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Fresh update on "sally" discussed on NEWS 88.7 Programming
"Of April, 1981, the first space shuttle soared into the sky above Florida. It was an audacious test of the new vehicle, the first and still on Lee time in history when the maiden flight of a spacecraft had a crew on board. 434 about you, Barney. Roger. I'm astronaut Nicole Stott and in the equal rights stuff here on the BBC World Service were celebrating the pioneering astronauts who have helped bring equality to human spaceflight. Colombia, whose Houston, you're going throttle up a lot. While Nancy Reagan is America's first lady. Her first lady in space will in fact, be Sally ride, but friend has been talking to her. Sally, who amongst her many qualifications has a degree in astrophysics was selected as an astronaut from over 8000 applicants. I went into it. With no ambition to be the first the first woman. I wanted Tonto get a chance to flying the shuttle as soon as I could, but I really didn't have any interest in being the first. Sally has been named in 1982 to be the first American woman to fly. She will fly in 1983 and NASA always does a full crew press conference ahead of time. And there were many good questions and the usual dopey questions and the dopest of all. Was a male reporter for Time magazine, who actually asked the following question, Sally. I know when you're in the simulator, and things can go bad and when things go bad, and they simulate the space shuttle crashing, how do you react, he said. Do you weep? There was an audible groan in the rest of the press corps audience. I would like to tell you And Sally being Sally. Being the wonderfully optimistic Sonny. I don't take anything from anybody kind of person turned to the pilot of her mission Rick out, and said. Why doesn't anyone ever is great these questions, But that's the kind of dopey things she got some awful stuff. In addition, the king of late Night television in those days was Johnny Carson. Johnny Carson. Went on late night television with this syriza of really awful jokes like Oh, the space shuttles lift off has been delayed because Sally ride needs to find a purse to match her shoes and the audience groaned. And then he kept going on and on like that, and by the time he did the last one The audience was booing sadly had gone from being a punch line to being a matter of national pride. The country was way ahead of many in the press corps and many in the cultural world like the Johnny Carson's of this world. And that was a really good sign. And it was partly because the country was better than that. And it was partly because Sally.
Fresh update on "sally" discussed on NEWS 88.7 Programming
"Six women there were three African American men and one Asian American man. As well as the usual contingent of white ex military aviators. Mike Mullane, a veteran of 134 combat missions in the Vietnam War, recalls the moment when they face the media for the first time as a white guy. There was never a camera pointed at me. Could have walked into that introduction naked and nobody had ever noticed. You were focused on not on the six women and three African Americans. White males were invisible in that group. We tried really hard to say, Hey, here's our male colleagues that they're doing exactly the same thing. We just want to be one of the guys and I'm certain we all felt. Just that, you know, as you can imagine the cold and strong desire to do a really good job so that we didn't screw things up for the women that came after us. Before applying to be an astronaut. And a Fisher had been a medical doctor working in emergency care. You know, one minute you're a doctor in a hospital in emergency room or you're working on your PhD and elaborate university in the next minute. Your Homestead Air Force base, you know, jumping off the back of a boat with a parachute and helicopter's picking you up in and all that a totally unfamiliar environment with Really very little preparation. One of the things I've noticed over the years with this class is that came after us. You know program was much more established. And they kind of prepared you for all of that for us. It was more like a baptism by fire. It seems they're definitely from the media, for sure. You know, from the outside there was this microscope on you guys. So that was coming at you from outside of NASA. Did you feel? You know, like you needed to work a little harder to deal with some of the aspects of all of this because of what your colleagues might have, or even maybe your classmates from within NASA. Might have been feeling about this whole new way of doing things. You know, I feel that NASA had made the commitment to accepting women into the program, and I almost had the feeling that they had kind of prepared the astronaut office and others. You know that women were going tol be a part of this. But you know when we were accepted, even if you looked in Mission control, there were there were women but very few flight controller. Certainly no female flight directors, the first Female flight director wasn't until 1984 Michele Brekke e. But I didn't feel that as much from colleagues as I did from people outside of NASA. I'm guessing that some of the male pilots and I know Mike Mullane, for example, was very Forthcoming and his feelings. Certainly in his book writing rockets he talked about. He wondered how you know these people coming from a scientific background. We're going to function if you found yourself in a life threatening situation. I guess the dominant feeling I had when I got into that office of the women was this sense that I'm superior to them. Because I'm a male and I looked back. And where did that come from? Well, First of all the religion. Priest were superior to the nuns. If you look at the 19 fifties movies that I was wrapped up in women always played a subservient role. They were always the weepy with me in the cowboy movies that I watched the women were always staying at home. The men were always going out and doing these heroic things. And so when I got there to NASA, you know I had that. I mean, I was imprinted with it. It definitely took me a while to realize that far, far from superior People like Sally ride in some of these other people. I mean, they were absolutely top drawer people. And clearly we're a lot smarter than me. I mean, I'm not saying that, you know, patronizing way. I mean, there was no doubt and after being there for a year there That, Hey, these people really bring a lot to the table. And so it started changing there, But I had a lot a lot of background that I had to bury some of the engineers to seemed to have little understanding of women. Author Lynne Share a friend of physicist and now astronaut Sally Ride. The big joke was the so called PPK, the personal preference kit, and for years, NASA's astronauts had been permitted to take a PPK with them with personal items in it, and the men's, of course. Always had aftershave and deodorant. Well immediately. They changed that out for some more female friendly lotions and potions, but they didn't quite get how to do the rest of it. So Sally was asked to go through the PPK and determine first full day Esther what kind of makeup she wanted to take. She laughed and said she didn't think any But They had realized the NASA guys had realized that women might be women, and therefore while they were flying, it might be the time of the month when they got their periods and They put some tampons in the PPK for Sally to look at, and she pulled one out. And it was like unreeling a string of sausages, tampon, tampon, tampon, tampon Tampa They were like 100. And they said, is that enough? Sally was hysterical and said no, no, she thought that was really too much. Thank you very much, or we've gone for main engine Start way..
Fresh update on "sally" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Free stage michelangelo. Our weather's hey guys how are you good. Great awesome to have you so here to do a debt free scream. Where do you live. Farewell minnesota just south of twinsies. Our okay very cool. Good good for you guys will welcome. How much did you pay off three hundred thirteen thousand two hundred eighty five dollars and six. And how long did this take about forty months and your range of income. During that time we started at ninety thousand all the way up to two hundred and thirty good for you. What are you guys do for a living. I'm an optometrist. And i do agricultural research very good. So what kind of debt was us. Three hundred and thirteen thousand three hundred dollars in a bed. Thirty thousand between two vehicles and the rest was sally me. Lots of sallie mae sallie mae did a number on. Y'all big one. Wow show tells the story what happened. It was a few months after our daughter was our first daughter was born. We were sitting there and we were talking about retirement and paying off these loans early and saving for college for our our daughter and i said to michael. This is overwhelming. We can't do it all and ten different directions everywhere. There wasn't a plan. And then i remember my best friend in college. Her dad Had mentioned a book. The total money makeover i called. I called her and said you know. What's this book we read it. I was on board right away I.
Fresh update on "sally" discussed on Ringer FC
"Shame forgets dope book. The results have been poor. And i think that this has been in cologne's mind for while now i can wait into the kind of 'em put this through by injury with union one at harm injuries. At kingsley carmine were sally's asia really pissed off about and then suddenly started. Look quite bad. Useful them come in as well as a point union. They play one more game where coldness added labor cousens game tonight against the often heim but the way life is Planning guaranteed not sir. Not savitri for them. So union keep pace on the european spot. You said two years on coming out. They get a point. Buying there was calm. That'd be on this an unbelievable resolve. The thing is we because they're on funds in the stadium. We're not totally The chatter about the around. The games isn't does not have proper conversation about. Just how remarkable. This union season is the way the state up. It's not even like the fact they've strayed so comfortable. I mean they've got lower incomes than some teams in the league. I would lie. Imagine somebody is unbelievable. He's a. He's during mazlan believable union on an on and off the field dude. Good community building amazing. Yeah yeah he respect a lot. Cheaper beat bray vata brain four one in bremerhaven as close the gap five points at the top of the league six games to go outside but never never have. I was a nice little rhyme you could. Mci that you get with. The men had a tool with gladbach..
Phil Murphy signs legislation expanding early voting in New Jersey
"Governor Phil Murphy is signed legislation establishing early in person voting in New Jersey as NPR's Sally her ship's reports. The move comes just days after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed legislation tightening voting restrictions. New Jersey residents could already vote early via absentee ballot, but the new law gives them another option Voting early in person. Polling places in New Jersey will be required to be open for early voting Monday through Saturday from at least 10 a.m. to eight p.m. and Sundays from 10 to 6. Georgia's new law implements multiple restrictions. Voters who want us have been an absentee ballot via mail. Need a photo I d. And it gives more control to the Republican state Legislature. Murphy. It was joined at an online signing ceremony for the bill by Stacey Abrams, the voting rights advocate who pushed for expanded access for voters in Georgia. Other states like Florida and Texas are seeing bills that also seek to limit voter access. Sally her ship's NPR
Stranded Suez Canal Ship Re-Floated
"Small small around around the the world. world. Who Who have have well well good good stuck stuck on on container container ships ships in in the the serious serious canal canal because because it it has has happened. happened. That That giant giant container container ship, ship, which which has has been been blocking blocking the canal for almost a week, now has been refloated. Let's go straight to Egypt, and they're taught war correspondent there, Sally the bill, So we've we've heard this breaking news in the last couple of hours. Sally, do we know how they managed to do it? With the help of around 10, tons of bolts and high tides. They've managed to partially refloat the ship, and before that they have removed 30,000 cubic meters around 30,000 cubic meters of sand to make room for the ship. To move, according to the head of the Suez Canal Authority. The ever given is now 80% back to its path, and there will be another attempt to fully re floated in about Three hours or so, making the best use off the high type today, so that's he. That's really big news here, and it will definitely reflect positively on world markets. But the question is now is that how the government or the authorities are going to address the huge backlog in the sewage canal More than 400 ships are stranded here waiting for navigation to be resumed. And the commander we don't know exactly when this is going to happen. But sources told us that navigation can be back within hours. Once the ship is refloated fully, it won't be able to operate on the spot. It has to be checked first by team off experts to see if there has been any damage. Goes to the body. Yeah. On dis.
How to Establish Know, Like, and Trust in a Noisy World with Catherine Thompson
"What the heck is no like entrust. Yeah so i come from a mindset that it's probably one of the most important things to integrate in your business especially if you're a coach or consultant selling a service of some sort but basically it is what we call the stages in which people are are coming across your brand so the no stage being sort about awareness piece Building your brand awareness. The like is Forming that light for who you are what you sell what you're about and then obviously developing not trust for your To make a purchase within your business. Yeah and i know this is going to be a big questions gonna feel like opening a whole can of worms. How does somebody actually start to create like entrust. Yeah so Again thinking of it in sort of a stage. That's kind of how. I explain it to my clients when i'm working with them And thinking about your customer as going through a journey with your business and so the first stage is that no stage. It's that awareness. It's who you are what you do y you do. It and repetition is huge stage in a lot of people get frustrated or they want to with it because they sound like a broken record in their own mind but at the end of the day your audience might be coming across you for the first maybe second time and so that repetition is huge in that stage Really showing like. I said who you are what you do why you do it and then not like stages sort of the next stage along that customer journey that people are moving through with you and that's really developing alight for who you are and what you stand for. So brand's story is a huge thing in this stage and sharing relatable bits about what you do and who you are so that your audience can develop that like for you because they're not gonna invest in you if they don't one no you but then obviously not like you and then the trust stage again. Huge for service. Based businesses coaches consultants is developing at trust. People are never going to invest in you. If they don't trust you and so Doing things like referrals. Recommendations from past clients testimonials are big With your client to build that trust factor so that people can see okay. She's worked with somebody else in this person. These results and i can actually trust that. She'll do the same for me until at trust. Pieces is a big hurdle. A lot of people. It's the last stage before anybody will invest any so you so we're talking about some of this and i know you know i mean one of the things that i love about what you said here was. It feels repetitive. To you but to me a. I hear that is oh my gosh just simplified my workload because i can create the same message over and over again. I don't have to reinvent the wheel every single time totally totally. Yes so and you also mentioned in there. The brand and i can hear my head a lot of coaches or like. But i'm just one person i don't have an organization. Why do i need to have a bran story. Tell me a little bit about how personal story maybe relates to brand story and how this helps with that no like entrusting yes without personal story. relating to that brand story developing sort of the brand store is really the story is one of the strongest ways we formed connection right so if we feel connected to somebody We tend to want to invest in them. Get to know them that sort of thing but knowing that there's a bigger purpose to what they are so not just like i wanna make more money. Give me your money. give me your money. But like they have a bigger purpose right so that why. Why are you doing what you do. What is that purpose. And that's your brand story. Writers like really Liquefying that in your messaging so it doesn't necessarily have to be. I get lots of questions from clients that are like so my supposed to share like where it was born and what high school i went to know. So your personal story. You take bits of your personal story that are going to relate to your audience at the level at which they are when they're looking for the type of service your sally so if you're not you're not going to share maybe where you were born or the high school you went to but maybe you're sharing like a struggle that you overcame Maybe you're sharing like a success story. A part of your journey. So it's not your entire life story that you put down on paper it's bits of it that are gonna be relatable to your audience so that they feel connected to you and your brands were that why why are you doing. They want to invest in a bigger purpose. They don't want to just you know invest in you to give you more money. That sort of thing. It's it's it's knowing that they're investing in a bigger bigger purpose. A bigger movement so to speak. Yeah and you know so with virtual. Lay team you know. I've really kind of embraced the part of my story that drove me to want to give people more time and for the regular listeners. You know out there. My husband and i lost one of our sons. And when you go through an experience like that you understand the value of time probably better than anybody and that has allowed me to have a driving force behind making sure people are using the most out of the time that they have so that relates. That's part of my personal story but it relates to why virtually team was created in the first place. Perfect as what you're talking about. That's what i'm talking about. Yeah so for creatively own Part of mine was working in corporate for fifteen years. Not really living in alignment and not doing the things that actually i love doing Which is hoping small businesses consultants coaches start their own business carved their own half that sort of thing and so that's my wi- right is like to really give people permission to to challenge the norms. Go against what society is telling us that we need to do. And the types of jobs we need to have and that they can actually really create an income doing the things that they
New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath
"Has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's Sally her ships report. She's at least the eighth woman to allege Cuomo acted inappropriately and the first current employees to share her name publicly, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years. She was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. The time says Cuomo told McGrath she was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation. Quote he was blatantly looking down my shirt. The governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, but he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly banter. Sally,
San Diego Enters the Red Tier
"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.
10 Years After The Syrian War Hardship Persists On Both Sides
"10th anniversary of the uprisings in Syria that initially were part of the Arab spring. It turned into a devastating civil war with Syrian leader Bashar al Assad and his allies, principally Russia on one side against various domestic and foreign forces. On the other. War that has killed by some estimates, up to half a million people, displacing millions more, turning them into refugees, both internal and external. Doing a porter is the U. S. State Department deputy spokesperson. 10 years ago, the Syrian people peacefully took to the streets calling for basic human rights and an end to government corruption. On this anniversary, we honor the many brave Syrians who spoke out a decade ago against impression. You continue to act today documenting atrocities providing humanitarian aid and medical services. Demanding freedom and dignity for all of Syrians. United States stands with the Syrian people under the Assad regime. They have suffered innumerable atrocities and we will continue to work with the international community Throat promotes accountability. Call for the re release of those arbitrarily detained information on whereabouts of the missing and unhindered humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people who will also continue to promote global settlement in the conflict in Syria, and closed complication with our allies, Partners and the United Nations. Political settlement is the only way to the family in the complex, prevent rare suffering and provide the peace and stability The Syrian people deserve. State Department Deputy spokesperson Jolene A. Porter on a teleconference. Associated Press reports that the U. N special envoy for Syria today said that international diplomacy is crucial to end Syria's tenure. War, and it's important to establish a new format to bring together key nations with an influence on the conflict that includes the U. S. Russia, Iran, Turkey, Arab States and the European Union. Your C span. We recently interviewed for our program. The weekly freelance journalist and former captive of the group. Al Nusra. Theo Paige knows I have to follow up on your phrase a broken country. Explain what you mean. What is life like inside Syria? Why is a situation so dire? I mean, we have a We have a very owners, Thank Shin's regime imposed upon them at the moment, which perhaps even the most trivial banking connections between Syria and outside would also Selector university students who would like to send off an application fee so you can educate themselves and come back. And now the country. You can't do this. I mean, the entire country is like blockaded. Economically and way do this, because again, we're gonna punish the Syrian government. But it's the Syrian government is like fine. They have ways to get their own cash. And so the bad guys among the terrorists, too, By the way, they also have their own ways to bring in the cash, the people that are suffering and, um You know if we have any compassion or or like foresight, because because we can continue to collapse. It's like it's not at a end a state of collapse it can carry on for For a number of years, You know, slow motion collapse there millions of people that are doing their best to go out, but everyday existence there, it's hard to get money enough to like. Buy fuel toe heat up the cattle. Too keyed up evening cup of tea. That is the state that they're in. Um, Nevertheless, those people kind of like our scraping and I've got just drink in the evenings and buy some cucumber. Some rice But that can also collapse. And then there are numerous minorities. It's not just the famous our lights because, um, she asked minority that is, um, maybe four million people in Syria. The President Bashar al Assad is remember of this religious minority. Sally them They're Christians. Um, there are Shiite. There are different flavors of Christian. It's a rich tapestry or mosaic, as they often say in Arabic, and and it can be destroyed. More deeply and more prominently than it has already been destroyed. So You know, we need to have compassion and common sense with regards to Syria, and it said all we could think of to do it. Just bomb freelance
Senators Schumer and Gillibrand call on New York Gov. Cuomo to resign
"Have now accused New York governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior and a key state Democrat called on him to resign. Cuomo has denied the allegations and says he's not stepping down. Despite losing the support of almost all congressional Democrats. MPR's Sally Her ships has been covering Cuomo and she joins
PSG knock Barcelona out of Champions League
"Leboeuf and julia raw small. Joe's voice thin it finished then. Psg one celona one pse advancing five two on aggregate. This will i saw was fascinating possible and obviously all over. Ps gps she would then take the lead for an invite pay penalty. Extraordinarily brilliant goal from lionel messi would see one one dan belly had a million chances he couldn't convert and then on the stroke halftime really the defining moment in the game leeann are messy having that penalty save and he just felt then boss. Lana run out belief in the second half. We didn't quite see this team. Is that fed to sally. That penalty save changed everything. Of course he did even more. So when you watch it and then you watch it again and you see mode godly encroaching and clearly encroaching and so therefore if you have a system in place that could take a look at this and say you know what this is not allowed. This is against the laws of the game so therefore the penalty should be retaken and the truth of the matter. Is that when you see this happening. You have to question how come. Vr can take a look at this and say no. That's okay it's good play on. I don't quite understand it and to your point did change the dynamic of the game because as good as barcelona were in the first half the second half years they had possession years. They seem like they were about to create something but never really would that sort of confidence that they really thought that they were going to be able to come back in this match. I just don't think that after messy and it's not only the penalties after messy misses a penalty that means for this team going into halftime. Coleman cannot get this thing going for the second half off joel's how you love var because farrah's clear the thing that amazes me right. You've got to review penalties kayla novels off his line. No he's fine. Who was made razzi. Did he encroach yes. Seeing coach retake just forgot the second aides to be fair watching on television. I saw throw variety was encroaching. And i really thought they're gonna take this one again and when they were checking. I don't think that check in just for novice. I think there must be checking for everything. I agree with you. I don't understand. Why didn't they didn't to be taken. I don't understand why they give the pse pronouncing the first place anyway. I would not have given the long lay stamp on cardiac either through there were shambles the tonight in paris it was to the advantage of psg. So i'm not gonna complain. Though the lack of consistency again showing a niece is quite dramatic. Really english officials. Frank plain english while while blamed english. I can blame mr taylor and these systems. But i can blame the the world of referees. Were doing crazy things. And and and talking about consistency. It's an consistent all the way and we can talk and debate everyday about the decision. I mean that's that's insane. I can't even discuss about the penalty in the first penalty for procedure. The first leg. Dissenting up into celona. I wanna know where in which kind of football we are going into giving penalty for crazy stuff. I mean the penalty. Cardi cannot get the ball whatsoever. Okay longley never look at e cardi. So he's not willing to make any foul on e. cardi but we still decide to give a penalty because e cardi because longley stems only cardi. Not doing it on purpose again. So what kind of football is that is not the football. I loved the football where you know something can happen. But because he's not around the area of the dangerous area we don't really care because it's what it is especially if he's not mean if he's not a on purpose. Why do you wanna give a dose of penalties. That's crazy for me. I don't understand well the encroaching stuff. It's even worse because we also that we all named it but how they don't want to see it just a question we'd have to add them and it's not because the english because i'm sure will be french. It would be the same. It would be germany would be same. So it's it's awful. The food we are we are seeing right now. We're watching rhino. He's not the kind of alike on top of what we see from the players.
Meghan and Harry to lift lid on royal split in Oprah interview
"Let's get a little another preview with Oprah Winfrey. Something for everybody. This Sunday eight o'clock. CBS. There is no, It's pretty clear. Britain's royal family isn't going to like Sunday's interview with Oprah. How do you feel about the palace hearing? You speak your truth today. I don't know how they could expect that. After all of this time, we would still just be silent if there's an active role that the firm is playing in perpetuating falsehoods about us. The firm is a nickname for the royal family, and their gloves are off. You could probably only describe that relationship now between the two sides as all our war on Tuesday the times it's all out war right now. All out war all that warm all that warm. On Tuesday. The Times of London reported allegations that after Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, she bullied household staff and forced to AIDS to quit the palaces. I don't believe them. I believe that there's the royal family trying to get back at her. I think I think that's what's going on. We'll marry Prince Harry. She bullied household staff and forced to AIDS to quit. Why would she go into the royal family and do that? There's nothing in her past and said she did that on any TV show. She worked on shows a crazy relationship with their dad. But I don't know. I think that would be. It would be remarkable. First of all, they could probably prove that You know, with cameras or lie detector tests or whatever, and this didn't come out. None of those rumors came out until this special came out the palace instead of ignoring the stories if it were gossip gave it extra weight were clearly very concerned, it said in a statement, adding, it's H R team would investigate. Harry and Meghan called the bullying allegations a smear campaign. It's certainly marks another low and their relationship. With the British media way We'll know what the British press could be like on. It was destroying my mental health like this is toxic. Yeah, so I didn't want any husband and what only father would do is like I need to get my family out of here. And he really he has been all of it. On his new life, because there's no way it after the special comes out. There's no way he's gonna welcome back into the broiled family Know where. Elizabeth Palmer, London And we are seeing a new clip of the interview today in this exclusive duchess making explains why she's ready to tell the whole story. Here we go. You turned me down nicely and said Perhaps there will be another time when there is the right time. What is right about this time We heard this part of it, I guess choices. You know what? That's about it. We've heard that part. That's part of another clip. All right, let's go. There's another one here. When Harry met Sally written this morning, Prince Terrien Meghan Markle or taking more flak for their interview with Oprah. It airs this Sunday on CBS. They say that the press was one of the driving forces behind their decision. Leave for the United States. The royal family has relied on the media for generations to shore up support. Holly Williams is in London with how this interview is likely to be received in Britain. Holly. Of course, we've all been watching here, and it doesn't seem like it's being very well received. So far. Good morning to you. Good morning. While the British tabloids seem to have their knives out for Megan again this morning with Buckingham Palace investigating bullying allegations against the Duchess, it's looking more and more like an all out war between Harry and
Goodhart's Law in Reinforcement Learning
"Student at university. College london minds researches mauka manipulation if you have self trading algorithm does it learn to manipulate markets. And then going from that. How'd you stop it for many players in the market on cutting more generally how do you tell algorithm which runs a policy. How do you tell it. The certain things are illegal. Should be done. So it's kinda taking me on more security journey than i thought it would because of going into the world of experimental psychology lower because not market knows very interested in intent lieutenant and they're also interested in coz -ality my work at the moment is trying to establish will Like for an hour them and the what the beginning to be talking about today is connected to quality so is an area that really came up in my kinda full mold machine learning education and it was only probably just over a year. When i read a book by judy. Appel will the book of why a restarted get interested in the subject to causality and realize that it's something but isn't tool on isn't handled while a machine learning at all. And if you read the book. Paul is very adamant about the importance of alexey. In housing types of analysis simply can't walk without taking into account so it drew a question in my mind is wide or how machines machine learning techniques reinforcement dining. what when there's no explicit treatment of causality. it's all so that led to the dog brought to pipe official quoted by fulminate cool cool combo good health law enforcement butting so a reinforcement learning should be all about causality. You have an agent. He chooses actions that she's actions. That somehow changes the world. They receive some kind of award the world changes and so on so you think that reinforcement learning calls aleksey guy well together and actually if you to believe bill. They can't walk reinforcement. Dining should be able to work if causality isn't explicitly treated. But if you look at sutton a barter which is the canonical text on reinforcement. Learning a search for the wet causality. Causal anything like that pays exactly zero times in the book. So someone's gotta be wrong. Eva wrong in saying that actually k. nikon generate any kind of policy to solve a problem or reinforcement dining extremely lucky so far in the Questions that they've studied have contained any kind of interesting causal structure. I agree that the word causality is suspiciously missing from most of the reinforcement literature. Books and papers. I've encountered but it almost feels like it could be there implicitly. Could this just be a matter of semantics. Well that's the great hope from deep reinforcement dining. I guess that ye somehow by involving date neural network in order this somehow in that your network which is unknowable. Mysterious does the job of analysing causality. It doesn't automatically so you don't need to think about it. And it's done you don't need to worry about to me fulfillment dining works. So let's move on. And i guess there is an element of that because reinforcement dining does work. But it just made me think about if you look in science. In general there's a long history of humans discovery techniques which work with before actually understanding why they work so i was thinking about i on the on age was five hundred bc even saudi arabia and to make land. You need to take on all you. Smelted with coke and the coke burns in the air that produces carbon monoxide to carbon monoxide displaces. The oxide in the side which then lacey with real on so at what point in human silenced. It be realized that was happening. Probably two years lights may be seventeen eighteen. Hundreds ole is time. We still had on tools. Said he didn't really matter that we didn't know why what it did kind of walk on. I like bit to reinforcement learning. Maybe the process. Which does what. It's a bit mysterious. Maybe ego to do things to get it to work. But the actual understanding as to white wax isn't diane. I think without an understanding of sally cardi understand. Why rainbow sledding works. I can pull out a textbook or maybe go
What's it Like to Run a Successful Cyber Security Company?
"You know since we have this opportunity of of being to leaders of cybersecurity companies. When are we digging a little bit and talk about what that experience is like. What the day to day is like of running successful cybersecurity companies christopher. Why don't we start with you. Good question so i think about it. Sort of you got to have sort of balance your time First of all start with your customers or your clients. You know you gotta make sure the in you know the the thing when you run a company is that. There's so many things that people try to make you do so. You have to be vehemently focused on. Stay focused on customers trying to understand the problems they want to solve. You know figure out how you can do. Clever things without I'm a technical. Co deep by background. So i tend to try to think fair fairmont and spend time in our product stuff you know. How can we actually shape this. You know to to sold for for the customer problems and then making sure that you have the right people on board which means that you involved in recruiting and all kinds of different things. That are whether it's sort of very short-term get south sally or bob were lisa onto the team or you think about the long-term two three four five years. How do we make sure that we get great. People on board make sure that those can develop themselves in great ways inside the company. And just make sure that you have a great team so if you spend time on those three areas. I think you do pretty well. A lot of people tend to be focused on fundraising and all kinds of other weird things that i think. Sort of come for free. If you do what i just talked about sort of And and so customers and sort of product and technology being real clever about that and your people and then then things will work out great. I agree with what christopher said. But i would also say are being. I built a number of businesses in my career and in cybersecurity. While what i find intriguing is that we are all trying to make turn trying to turn bad news into good news Security is dealing with problems dealing with risks dealing with nasty things dealing with things. You wouldn't want to deal with dealing with things where people have made mistakes. So there's a lot of sort of cleaning up and dirt and bad stuff there but but for the business to work we have to turn it around and show the benefit of it and a customer sees so or anybody else in the security business. They don't want to be the one saying no in their company. They want to be a business enabler. So so it's meant thuillier demanding question how to turn all that bad stuff into good news for business and to me. That's that's an intriguing challenge with any cyber security business. Does that resonate with christopher. No i think so. It is very interesting and you know. In general running companies general running startups. I always like to say that people say they try to say that this startup stuff is sort of has good and bad days. And i'm like no you know it really. It has twenty nine bad days but it is just sat. One one day out of the thirty. That really awesome. That makes up for the twenty nine so you sort of generally in startup land live of pretty up and down and lots of downside of days and then you overly that to to morton's point the idea that you you frankly are dealing with you know potential bad constantly and it's it can be taxing and i'm fine with that. I'm sort of more than as a super strong guy. So he can sort of deal with that but you gotta make sure that your team can deal with that in a decent way and you know through the last year when you put sort of covert on top of. This is certainly hasn't been really easy. So i think it's a great point. Yeah there. is this a picture circulating social mediums cybersecurity people with this dog or cat sitting in a burning house and the their flames all over and then the animal says it's all right or it's good and it's it's yeah. This is fine exactly. It's so much the the reality that we have to deal with burning fires all the time and yet we have to maintain our calm and balance and composure. And and see the the good news in it. So that's that's what makes cybersecurity excites i think. What would you know. What's interesting is that. I think about our business being intelligence and our our job is to make sure that a c. So or other decision makers get the best information flow there can ever be. And what you're doing by sort of crowdsourcing vulnerabilities these ethical hackers sort of similar. You create a fantastic information flow in decision making sort of flow to to the sea so and and other people on the climb client side of things and you're right when you get that information flow. It's not unlike somebody who works in whether it's a you meant intelligence organization or organization. Whatever it is. It's sort of like you face having bad news coming out you potential bad news coming out you at high pace and if you start if you operate it away where you panic on that and yukon you just can't you know there's and i think that's sort of as leaders. Our job is to sort of take this. This sort of flow information. It just make sure that turned turns it into something good and i like that. I'm starting to think about product changes that we need to do to to think about that. That's very powerful. Yeah i tell our customers. Sometimes that somebody will break into your system and please let it be us and because when we do it we will actually help you fix it by. There are many other other people and groups and at not who will just break into stealing formation or disrupt operation or change change what goes into drinking water or something like that
Lightning beat Stars 5-0 in first Stanley Cup rematch
"I'm very best Leschi stopped all twenty shots to win his second straight shutout as the Tampa Bay Lightning trounced the Dallas Stars five nothing Saturday night the lightning were a perfect six for six on the penalty kill and Anthony zarroli back after missing six games due to injury scored the game winner short handed and got an assist on Steven Stamkos his tenth goal of the season he's such a huge piece to our team just obviously is the style of play and you know and and typical Sally fashion comes back as a bagel or really gets us going in and makes a great pass on on Michael's well so really nice to have them back maroon who seem to support the lightning after a scrap with Jamie Oleksiak in the first period scored on the power play Brayden point Ondrej Palat also scored for Tampa Bay Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Griddy banned from Texas power market after failing to make payments
"A Texas energy company has been banned for being a part of the state's power market. Yesterday. ERCOT revoking Grady's rights to enter the state's electric market because of a payment breach. Grittiest previously said it would challenge the price is set by ERCOT during the crisis. I'm Sally Adams from
Intelligence report finds Saudi crown prince approved Jamal Khashoggi killing
"Arabia's Crown prince approved of the killing. Of a Saudi journalist before Paige partially redacted report from the director of national intelligence successes. Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Solman approved an operation in Turkey to capture or kill Sally Journalists, Jamal Cause Shoki Shoki was a Saudi citizen, a frequent critic of the Saudi government, writing for the Washington Post. When he was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018, the crown prince, the intelligence reports is viewed Kashiwagi is a threat to the king. Them and broadly supported using violent measures the silence him the report could further complicate the U. S Saudi relationship. This week. President Biden spoke with Saudi Arabia is King Solomon on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox
A Bram Stoker Classic from Haunted Places: Ghost Stories
"The judge's house. It's a part one. So if you enjoy it head over to haunted places ghost stories and catch paul to their. You'll find other tales of terror. From some of history's most famous authors. Listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode contains descriptions of gore rats insect horror and capital punishment. Some included imagery may trigger claustrophobia. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. The following is from the judges house by bram stoker tonight. The rats disturbed him more than they had done on the previous night how they scampered up and down and under an over how they squeaked and scratched and nord how they guessing boulder by degrees came to the mouths of their holes and to the chinks and cracks and crannies in the wainscoting. Till the is sean like tiny lamps as the file. Light rose and fell. Sometimes the boldest of the made sallies out on the floor or along the mouldings of the wainscott now and again as they disturbed him. Malcolm soon made a sound to frighten them. Slighting the table with
4 ERCOT board members to resign amid backlash over Texas storm
"Resign. Sasha Cordner with Houston public media says the outages left millions of homes and businesses without heat for days amid record cold and wintry weather. According to a public notice. The resignations from the board of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas or ERCOT, will include chair Sally Tell Oberg vice chair Peter cramped in along with three others. All five do not live in Texas and make up about a third of the board. Another candidate for the board, also withdrew his application. In a statement, Governor Greg Abbott said ER consul like a preparedness and transparency was unacceptable Any welcome the resignations. He also promised a state investigation into her account, which is already facing multiple lawsuits. Chambers of the Texas Legislature have hearings on the power outage is scheduled for Thursday. I'm Sasha Cord during Houston. Golfer Tiger Woods remains hospitalized in California with serious leg injuries after rolling his
Board leaders of Texas' grid operator resign after outages
"Board leaders of Texas's power grid have resigned the chairwoman of the electric reliability council of Texas caught Sally tall bird and the three other directors who were stepping down all live outside Texas more than four million customers lost power because of the winter freeze that moved through Texas last week governor Greg Abbott has put much of the blame on the outages on caught and called for investigations but the problems were wider than caught including power plants that were knocked offline by the extreme cold lawmakers in Texas are set to begin hearings over the outages I'm at Donahue
New York City Covid Vaccine Disparities Revealed in ZIP Code Data
"On vaccination rates by ZIP code and NPR's Sally Heard ships reports that the numbers highlight Ah Stark divide residents of some wealthy or waiter. Zip codes are up to eight times more likely to have received the vaccine. Neighborhoods in Staten Island and Manhattan had the highest vaccination rates while the South Bronx parts of Queens and Brooklyn were behind. While the data don't indicate who is eligible, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Having this information will help overcome underlying disparities. The challenge here is that the Folks who already have been doing very well in our society also happened to be folks who had a high level of confidence in the vaccine. And tremendous ability tol out there and go wherever it took. DiBlasio says. A new vaccination site in East New York opens this week prioritizing a Brooklyn ZIP code. We're just 3% of residents have received a shot Sally, her ship's NPR
"sally" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"You hopeful. Do you have hope that we will that. Silenced feel good. Well i really i they wanna think about your question and i'm really trying to. I don't want to answer you know. Some sort of pat answer. I'm really trying to think about whether i'm hopeful. I you know last week tuesday morning in through wednesday night on the heels of the georgia satellites. I felt so hopeful. I felt so hopeful that a state like georgia all its history and also complexities as close as it was and i wish it hadn't been even that close but still that we were moving in the right direction and i don't mean democrat or republican i mean right versus wrong that you know that arc of history was even slowly gradually bending toward justice back. Gave me hope that a black man and a jewish man could be elected senator from the southern state and georgia deep in the confederacy that gave me hope and the fact that this white supremacist rebellion came on the heels of that moment does not feel like an accident and i am trying to remember the for all the people who voted for trump for all people who supported them for all the people who participated in those riots. Cheer them on. There are more americans on the other side and that that we are growing and that is in fact what is the greatest threat. The that is motivating those extremists. So they're they're they're fantasies. Their fears their conspiracies are motivated by our reality that in fact we are becoming a more perfect union a more inclusive union democratic that. When i can get myself there. When i can remember that i can hold onto. That gives me hope that gives me and hope dam. That was perfect. I don't want to say anymore. Sally kohn the. I know it's a little bit old but i think it's good for people to go back and if you haven't read Sally's book from a few years ago. the opposite of hate a field guide to what field guide to human humanity. I knew it was it is it is i think i read it about a year and a half ago and i think it is a perfect thing for people to go back and read now because i think i hope and after what you just said i'm even more hopeful now the country's ready for it for the guidebook i really believe that and i can't help but thank you thank you can't. I can't thank you enough for being with us in this. As the sun sets on a rough for years. I m four days. You name it my friend. Thank you so much for being with us. I appreciate it. It's really nice to talk to you and hear your voice. I miss you too and we'll see we'll all we'll all be together soon. We're all gonna get be able to get in person one day. I just feel it all start. It starts over on wednesday reset who bring sally. Okay thank bye bye..
"sally" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff
"From my house. We're zooming it. It's it's actually working out really well. Because right now live performances are not going to be happening but Yeah so you can still hear my soothing voice and watch me online if you want. And here's sally's lariat sense of humor on many other podcasts. And we're also guests on other podcasts. So follow us on twitter and here s your stock. Yeah yeah. I think definitely following us on. Twitter is play the best way to stay apprised of our stuff Okay the next question is what's the biggest thing. Each of you learned through the struggle bus man. It's so funny. I was thinking about this and it's going to sound really cheesy but i was just telling somebody about okay. It was my therapist and sort of about how it's ironic. That is show where you're talking at the universe from your apartment and yet my biggest thing i learned is listening listening to you. Sally listening to listeners. Listening to the feedback. We got even if it was like. Hey i didn't like the way. Use this word or things like that. I've learned so much about just being patient and how to listen And just sort of be present and really understand that. There's a lot of people struggling out there in the world. It's not it's not just me because there's times like oh my gosh. My life is terrible. It's not everyone has good bad days years things like that but it's interesting hearing other people's stories and that's why I've enjoyed listening and reading your emails and sort of understanding. We're all in this together. Sally yeah i think like the biggest thing i've learned i've learned like so so so much and It's hard to like. Think of just any one thing. But like i guess the thing that's coming to mind right now is I was really surprised in lake after around like a year into the show at how many people were struggling in life and with their mental health and in their relationships and in their jobs. Because i i just think if you listen to earlier episodes i you hear me talking about it a lot like i was constantly talking about. How like there's this like myth that like the default is to feel great and be fine and have have relationships that feel really easy and have jobs that are really fulfilling and to get along. Great with like your parents and all this stuff But it's actually like a lot of these things are actually struggle and I was really the the show doing. The show taught me that like it's not. it's not rare to struggle in life. It's actually just part of being a person Moving through the world and You know a lot of those struggles are created and exacerbated by the oppressive systems. We live under So you know. But like i don't think i fully understood how many people have quote unquote interpersonal problems. Because you know we're we're socialized to think that like the default is to just everything to be fine and good and it's only people who are like lacking in some way who struggle or it's only people who have had Unspeakably traumatic childhood. Who can't deal or it's only people who whatever and it's not. It's like a lot of people and you know everything exists on a spectrum and some people struggle more than others and so on and so forth but like i just like learning that like everyone is working really hard to get through the day Or at least like me. I should say everyone. But like way more people than i ever knew. That's a really important thing to learn. Yeah now for sure. Yeah well should. I read the next one. Yes please do all right this is from. They chose the name Momo from a avatar character okay. 'cause i i admit i did not see avatars. They might be talking about the other avatar. Which is avatar. The last arab under which is like the cooler avatar to like sally. You still lost me. I don't know anything. I've only heard the title and i know that like cool nerdy people like it. I've never seen it but owner. Yeah i think because only cool nerds. Listen to the struggle bus. That's probably what they're referring to. But anyway i'm so ashamed. I'm so Anyway so i'll read this. I know this has been covered. A fair amount. Because there's a lot of work slash career related questions but i would love to hear more about your journeys with work especially sally's transition from organizing to writing editing. I've been thinking a lot about the work. I do for survival. The things i do for community including activism and the things i enjoy doing and theater and research and how much each of those areas can overlap if that makes sense like i'm passionate about activism and organizing or theater. Should i find a way to make the time spent on money making endeavors more related or is it better for them to remain separate. This is going to be different for everyone. But i think. I would love to hear about how y'all think about this. I think it's been even more front of mine now. That all the things happen in the same place man. This is a toughy. I mean i this to me is the eternal question which is like. Should i try to get paid for the thing i love or should i keep them separate and i think that like they. Here's another thing. I learned doing the struggle bus. There's no one answer to any one thing To because everyone is totally different. Everyone circumstances and preferences are totally different. So i don't have like a straight up and down. Here's what you should do. Here's what you shouldn't do answer. I think that like it depends kind of on lake. I guess on two main things which is like What you can tolerate like basically. Structurally what can you accomplish. What can you pull off like. Because everyone needs a certain amount of money and then and like health insurance and then also like what How how can you have the amount of happiness or contentedness that you want to have an. I do think that like these decisions. Play into that Play into that like overall decision For me like my journey To going from organizing trading and editing I adjust when i was in order. I felt i. I loved the work. And i felt like it was important and i felt like i decently good at it but i felt like i just didn't have the Being an organizer in my estimation requires a completely tireless extroversion. That i just completely don't have And i couldn't do it as a nine to five job. I decided that like i wanted to.
"sally" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"Everyone all the bosses in the room. Hope you're doing. Well how are you sally. I'm good and lay. Hi how a you. Hello everyone everyone. I've invited sally to join me this month. I guess for this clubhouse conversation. I cannot wait to introduce everyone to her. You going to love her. What's going on today. Is sally and i are going to be having a conversation around support very specifically leadership. I have very much so enjoy. Getting to know sally over the past several weeks in the c. suite And one of my favorite things is how she's pretty quiet which is interesting for the boss. Crowd usually bosses are like in their sally's vary observational and then whenever she speaks everyone in the room at scribbling down. Exactly what it is that she saying. So we've all coin them as sally 'isms in the in the suite And so i thought it was very important for me to bring her to all of you and show you this amazing resource and boss mind. That is in the community. I'm in we're here today. Talking about Leadership and support. Which is the topic of the month. So sally with all of that. I would love rita. Share us a little bit or share with us a little bit about yourself and how it is that you've gotten to this place. Thank you as my precious harris. The sally assumes too old. I'll have i can do.
"sally" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"sally" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"An Orioles batting practice one day and cal ripken comes is running the basis and he comes around and I'm kinda standing. You know there with a with a pat and and I chatted with him a little bit during batting practice in he he's he's running the laps around the basis and he comes running by any just says to me learning anything. You know and I thought what at your you know I mean I know he's he's one of the great. Nice guys in the game but. That was like kind of just a typical of thing that that tells you what What athletes thought of Women's sports but that's what I'm talking about those. This is the stuff that I don't think can be underestimated I don't mean to accentuate the negative I'm just telling you that it. It had to be tougher than you're letting on because CAL ripken is viewed as a pillar of grace at the time cal ripken was viewed as a superhero athlete and that is sort of the attitude you're running in two on the high end of baseball star who represents everything good about. Sports, masculinity? You know the fact of the matter is that he was courteous and helpful. That's the most important thing right? I got what I needed out of him that day he didn't refuse to talk to me like some people did but you know there were some guys who wouldn't talk to anybody Eddie Murray wouldn't talk to any member of the press much less me. You know So again, what mattered was you got what you needed. To get to work I mean that's all I was really focused on and the more you stayed on that track and focused on that the better you did to be honest look you know. It's it's a you knew you were going into you're going to be a woman in a man's business, but I was a woman in a man's household I grew up with two brothers and a dad who was a sports writer. So I mean it it just didn't feel that bad to be honest and probably some of the little asides and insults I should have been more offended by You know maybe I should have taken more exception to cal ripken saying that but I was young and and I did have a lot to to learn you know also so just shrugged it off you know and went about my business. How did it come to be that you were doing a books with Lance Armstong? We got put together by agents and lawyers you know it was a it was a one of the it was a business deal really that said I really came to like him I I. Enjoy The hell out of Lance I still do and I've never judged as harshly as other people. Do you know my problem with Lance Armstrong is not everybody else's problem my only problem with them I wish he'd come to me. when I asked him if he had something, he needed to tell the world about doping and he said no and had he. had. He done what I wished. He done, which was to say, okay, I, have an issue and I need to try to explain to people why I made the decisions I made I think he would have had a much different experience. You know I, think I could have helped him and I think people would view them as Andy Pettitte instead of the worst cheap on the face of the earth. That's interesting. So hold on a second..
"sally" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"About ten to over his lung and you can find them for free on spotify. Apple Google podcasts I know the usual places. Come to another episode of happy mom happy baby the podcast. Today's guest is an actress comedian mother three boys. And I have been watching TV for as long as I can remember it is the amazing what I should add the documentary Meka. That's very important. The Amazing Sally Phillips. Hello how are you? Yeah Right. Tiny bit insane about you. I'm. Recording. This on the first day of essentially is the easing of the lockdown, but it's not really there's just some new rules. Put into place that mean you can still stand to me is away from people but only one person we're still basically indoors with our kids and it's crazy. Apart from can we go to garden centers? Jess you can. If you're possum class softness sally, that's going that I went to because we did that thing with the kids west trying to. We did lots of growing sunflowers. I realize I need to get the the bamboo. Stakes the stakes. I love talking about the documentary go that the reason I've always wanted to own anyway. But then when I watched the documentary and saw the chaos if you with three boys, that's my home and is just loud and chaotic, and you've just got to get involved there's no way that you can just stand on the sidelines just that it. You're. involved. Yeah I worked with somebody PIPPA Evans is really brilliant. Comedian and singer, and she said her mother was an artist and she used to get old rolls of wallpaper out the shed and fill all the parties with paint and they do the kids who D- bump rinse down the. Unequal.
"sally" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"We wanted to revisit. Some of the outstanding women featured along the way today. The are looking back at Sally ride. This was actually one of my favorite episodes should produce. Sally broke so many barriers in so many ways first American woman in space, youngest American in space, one of the first queer woman in space, and I loved the opportunity to feature a bit of Sally story in her own voice. This episode initially aired of April. Aka are explorers and contenders months now here's host. Jenny Kaplan to tell you all about sally. Ride Sally you write. Those ratios e I feel like if this. Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Will Monica. Probably heard the name of today's explorer, but you surprised to learn that she was inspired to try making history after reading a simple ad in the newspaper..
"sally" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Sally. Ride was born on. May Twenty Sixth Nineteen fifty one in Encino California. She didn't always have space on her mind. In fact as a child she dreamed of becoming a professional tennis player. She started playing tennis at age. Ten and earned a scholarship to a prestigious La based Prep School for girls by her teens. Sally ranked in the National Top twenty on the junior tennis circuit. After high school. Sally attended Swarthmore College for a couple years before deciding to leave to really pursue a tennis courier. That didn't last long soon. She decided to return to school. And she enrolled at Stanford by nineteen seventy eight. She earned several degrees a bachelor of arts in English as well as a bachelors of science. A Master of science and a doctorate degree in physics. Meanwhile NASA was developing and expanding. Its space program. He Organization realized it would need to include astronauts with academic and technological skills as mission specialists on flights in addition to experienced pilots so NASA placed ads in the newspaper seeking fit educated individuals in nineteen seventy seven. Sally answer that ad she was one of only six women selected for the program. She trained as part of the NASA class of seventy eight to prepare for a spaceflight. Her athleticism really came in handy. The astronauts had to train in physical skills like parachute jumping and water survival. In addition to scientific preparation sally was set to become one of the five crew members of the Space Shuttle Challenger S. T. S. seven. She later called it the most difficult part of the time before. Her mission is dealing with the press and regularly struggling with sexist questions the things that they were concerned with. We're not the same things that I was concerned with. Weren't since the bathroom facilities facilities. How much did you get asked just about every interview? I got asked that everybody wanted to know about what kind of makeup I was taking up. They didn't care about how well prepared. I was to operate the arm or deploy communication satellites. Those sally wasn't used to the public eye. She dealt with the questions gracefully on June eighteenth. Nineteen eighty-three Sally became the first American woman in space as well as the youngest American in space. Sally was the flight engineer during the week. Long mission. Her role was to launch. Communication satellites. Operate the shuttle's mechanical arm and conduct experiments. She went on another shuttle mission the following year to study fuelling techniques and make observations of the Earth after her two missions in space. Sally spent the rest of her life on earth but her work was far from over. She investigated the events that led to the tragic nineteen eighty six challenger accident and later became the special assistant to the NASA administrator for long range and strategic planning sally also served as the director of the California Space Science Institute and taught physics at the University of California. She served as a member of the President's Committee of Advisors on science and technology. Sally hadn't had many opportunities to study science as a child. In fact her elite high school lacked many options for advanced science and math classes. So as an adult sally was passionate about bolstering science education and encouraging more young women to follow a scientific path she created imaginary lines accompany dedicated to establishing more scientific programs for middle schoolers and Sally Ride Science a nonprofit organization that encourages stem related interests in children. She also wrote several children's books related to space. Sadly Sally Developed Pancreatic Cancer when she was sixteen years old. After a seventeen month battle she passed away. After Sally's death elements of her private life began to emerge. She had spent twenty seven years in a relationship with her childhood friend. Tam o'shaughnessy making Sally the first known. Gay Astronaut and twenty thirteen President Obama posthumously awarded Sally with the Presidential Medal of freedom which Tam accepted in her honour. Sally's legacy continues to inspire and her work improving. Science Education has ensured other. Girls can follow in her footsteps.
"sally" Discussed on Murder Minute
"With a particular disorder. Some necrophiles have been diagnosed with conduct disorder and antisocial social personality disorder on neither one justifies violence. They might help. Explain dixies lack of empathy or remorse. People with anti-social personality disorder also called socio apathy often violate the law. They lie act impulsively and have problems with alcohol and on drugs if our when they harm others they feel virtually nothing except satisfaction as long as it helps them get their way. The trial trial also meant that to victims of dixies. Earlier crimes would have to relive the brutality. He had imposed on them. The man's checkered past included -cluded conviction for robbery during which he mugged a woman at knifepoint and indecent exposure to salts for which he was sentenced to two years of probation he was also deported in one thousand nine hundred nine after being convicted of assault and later accused of masturbating in front of a woman in a phone booth the day Af Sally Ann's murder. dixie stayed overnight at a friend's home near her apartment during the day leading up to the murder. He celebrated his thirty Fifth Birthday. Stay down in copious amounts of drugs and booze. It's believes that. He attacked a woman motorists in the area about forty minutes before he killed her. Then just after four fifteen. Am neighbors heard those screams. Prosecutors alleged that Dixie hid near her apartment watching and waiting leading like an animal prepared pounds while she and Lewis argued then didn't hesitate to make his move the jury consisting of seven women and and five men found Dixie guilty of all charges his punishment would be life in prison with a minimum of thirty four served years during the sentencing. The judge said to the killer no words of mine about what you have done can remotely match the ones you've heard today from Mrs Bowman I I shall only say that what you did. That night was so awful and repulsive that I do not propose to repeat it. Your consequent conduct shows you had not the slightest remorse. Moore's for what you had done nearly nine years later in January of two thousand fifteen. dixie wrote a letter to the police stating that she wanted to tell how the truth nearly nine years later in January of two thousand fifteen. dixie wrote a letter to police stating that he wanted to tell the truth truth about what happened to San. He ended up confessing to two more attacks too including severe sexual assault when he was just sixteen gene. The wrong man Ramana vander dozen had been charged with an imprisoned for those crimes. No outsiders can know whether he confessed because he wanted credit or if deep inside he had some amount of remorse after all skeptics and psychoanalyst's might assume that earlier regardless if detectives had caught him back then sally-anne might still be alive dixies three page letter detailing his added crimes was as used by Romano's lawyer for an appeal. Sally Ann's MOMS supported his appeal and Romano Center message of gratitude. In two thousand fourteen fourteen. She told mail online. She was absolutely appalled that her daughter's life could have been saved with greater diligence for authorities. And that quote an innocent man. Ed spent eleven years of sixteen year sentence in prison for a crime. He did not do. After the verdict of Sally Ann's murder trial was read her her father. Paul Bowman spoke on the family's behalf. The last two and a half years have been tortuously painful. An immensely difficult he said. I do not think we could have gone through it without the love and support that has been hugely available from family and friends. I hope that now sally-anne can rest in peace and those affected so deeply by untimely and brutal death can be afforded at least a chance to begin to grieve in earnest and he shared an emotional a message for his daughter. Sally-anne you may have been taken from us but rest assured you will forever be missed a never forgotten in the words of the song your heart will go on outside the courtroom. Sally Ann's mother. Linda spoke about immense pain in her heart and said in her life seemed to end with her daughters. All she wanted was to hold her again to smell her perfume and say to her everything. She never had a chance to as they drove away. She played a recording sally-anne singing the celine dion song. She had the singing voice of an angel and decide which it's very fitting now. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder. Minute for exclusive content intent and early access find the show on Himalayas..
"sally" Discussed on Murder Minute
"A twenty a year old South Carolina. Man was shot and killed while attempting to protect his mother. During a domestic dispute. Police were called to the home in the city of Anderson South Carolina China near one A.. M. When they arrived they found twenty year old. Landis cosby with gunshot wound to his chest police and ems tried to revive the a young man on the scene but their efforts were unsuccessful. Police say that four people in the home witnessed the shooting including a six-year-old child. His mother's boyfriend forty year old Rashard Smith was arrested and charged with murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. He's being held without bond as he awaits his first court appearance. Those were your true crime headlines The next step the murder of sally and Bowmen but first a quick break. Welcome back to murder the minute today. The Story Sally and Bowman's murder Sally on Bowman was living the dream of many young women by her eighteenth birthday way she'd attended Brit school ever stages British Performing Arts and Technology Institute in Croydon England. The same school amy Wine House and Katie Malloch attended the youngest of four girls. She fit the baby of the family. archetype asserted by psychologists pretty well. She was highly social social confidence creative and keen on being the center of attention. She loved dancing singing and entertaining supporting these passions. With part time work work as a hairdresser and barmaid she was also an up and coming model having become the face of swatch watches and drawing comparisons to supermodel title Kate Moss for the entertainment industry. It seems she had it all talents. Glamorous looks drive and that it factor that can really make a career. sally-anne would have loved to hit the big time and many believed. She was well on her way instead. Her bright light went out forever. You're on September twenty fifth two thousand five the evening before less than two weeks. After her eighteenth birthday she was eager to take her a passport out for the first time to prove age and legally buy a drink years later her mother. Linda told the sun that she remembers that night. As though it were yesterday your day. sally-anne sat eating chips. She said wearing a pink gown and slippers and asked her sister Danielle for a ride to a club in Croydon before they left. Salient stood in the doorway looking back she said thanks for having me here. Mom You don't have to think me I'm your mother. Linda replied sally-anne reached the front sidewalk. She called back to her mom that she loved her. That almost seems like a for telling scene from a movie. Now the kind of makes you wonder if two characters we'll see each other again. Linda told her daughter she loved her too and reminded her to call home. Should she need a ride later. She would wait and wait for that. Call after leaving her mom's House Sally and spent the next few hours clubbing with friends. Threatens at one point meeting up with another one of her sisters Nicole sometime after midnight. She called her boyfriend of two years. Lewis SPROXTON and who was out with friends to. She asked him to pick her up and drive her to her place something. He was far from pleased with the couple. Had A history spats and repeated breakup and make-up's not an uncommon pattern teenage romances. That night they leaned. Toward the break-up upside Lewis did as she requested though leaving his friends to pick her up all the way to Sally Ann's apartment they argued. They were both jealous of the other and suspected infidelities parked outside the building. The fight carried on for close to ours once they had both both had enough she stepped out of the car and stormed off twitter. Place Louis sped away minutes later. Someone grabs sally-anne and plunged a knife into her body. Neighbors heard screams but chuck them up to a common dispute or sounds from. Fox's that were prevalent in that area at night. They looked out their windows. Noting nothing suspicious but the attack was far from over. The man kept on stabbing an biting the young woman before raping her lifeless body several hours later just after dawn. A passer-by spotted her remains and called for help. Police arrived to a scene so horrific they decided to take polaroid's to show neighbors for identification purposes rather than having them look at the scene straight on without hesitation neighbors named the slain woman as Sally. Anne Bowman the aspiring model and singer. The daughter sister and friend soon after Linda Bowman opened her front door to find police. Officer Stuart Cundy standing on her steps. Did she have a daughter named sally-anne her I thought was. What have they done now? She later told Scottish TV presenter. Christine uh she knew sally-anne had been out having fun with our POWs and sisters if only it were a matter of simple mischief. Cundy didn't waste any Time staying true to his commitment to be front and transparent with loved ones of the deceased their daughter had been stabbed to death. Authorities described the knife attack is controlled but frenzied and one that created some of the most awful defense wounds. They had seen all made worse by the horrific indignities of postmortem rape the patch of sidewalk were sally-anne took her last breaths soon filled with flowers including a wreath from her grandmother. Other olive with a note that read for our beautiful granddaughter. She will always be in our hearts once. The investigation began. Sally Ann's family only made a public appeal for help in solving the case leads poured in providing detectives with fifty names and one hundred fifty phone calls with tips to consider. TV footage. showed the young model chatting with friends at a bar a few hours before the attack which was estimated to have occurred between four fifteen for twenty that morning just after her boyfriend Lewis sped away as is typical with murder cases. Romantic partners are often a suspect. And and the first to be questioned. There's even a term for the murder of a girlfriend or wife exor aside and a US Department of Justice Studies show that eighty. Three three percent of spouse murderers are men. When police approached Louis the day after the murder he assumed it had to do with the argument? He and Sally Ann had the previous night. It wouldn't have been the first time. Authorities were made aware of their bickering but was his jealousy a motive absolutely not according according to him through four straight days of questioning Lewis never shifted from his claim that he had nothing to do with the attack. The relationship Asian. She wasn't perfect. He said but they cared about each other deeply. After a quarrel. He expected that they would soon things and carry on as usual. When DNA analysis showed that the semen discovered in Salomon's body belong to someone other than Lewis he was removed as a suspect from there? The case went cold for nine months. Sally Ann's Family Having to not only grieve but wonder who had been responsible for the murder aware that that the killer remained free living his life while they're beloved was stolen then on June fifteenth. Two thousand six a thirty six year old man. The Mark Dixie got into a brawl after watching England play in the World Cup on TV at a pub by this time taking DNA samples for minor offenses was standard as police questioned. dixie about the bar fights. The man broke into tears which seemed odd until his DNA sample came up as a perfect match with a sample salience case. He was promptly arrested and charged with her rape and murder his coworkers at pub where he worked as a chef were stunned to hear his crimes and sadistic history. According to the Sun Dixie had three children and girlfriend who described him as the life of the Party when he was taking drugs but dramatic mood swings often followed. Because dixie refused to admit to the murder. Sally Ann's family had to endure trial hearing painstaking details of the assault. dixie ended up admitting to and detailing how he had raped Sally Ann's corpse corpse which prompted her mother to flee the courtroom tears. He also fantasized about a sex killing earlier on and masturbated over newspaper images of sally-anne. Uh He filmed this act and the video was used as evidence against him. If only someone had found that film learned his obsessions sooner. It's difficult to say whether Dixie felt compelled to murder the young woman or if he killed primarily to feed his perceived need to have sex with corpses. which would be considered? Did Philip homicide while. NECROPHILIA is associated.
"sally" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Romance Story Rival Sports. You don't want to some astronaut. Tam already knew and had accepted that she was gay. So ten thousand photos office gay with like Tam we can. I think prejudice Mush know that. She's a leslie when they get together teaching eighth grade biology in Atlanta. She had dinner at the place they would let us say that Nor when exactly exactly the thing between the assault it's that night at him had reached. I admit pat her dog Anne and Sally put her hand on her back. Tan said I sold a look at how is she was in love with me and I realized in that incident that I was in love with her. It was amazing. We are absolutely stopped off. Aw for the rest of Sally's Life Salsa so delighted in the relationship. They're very very in love. Our how ten describes it that they would kind of birth made stronger table to develop ours people because each other to sounds amazing. Here I I just love the way this came to the midland. She just like met Sally as I was like. WHOA right wherein law? We thought we would sprinting. Timing Linden spent a while trying to figure out what exactly it was going to be. This is serious and decided it was ending. They became very actively involved. If you're a member sally still married. I was wondering about when she got buried. Dave Arts of like wholesome dog there long but yeah Stevensville yeah. She's married to ten says about this. She was famous. She was married. I knew that NASA was very conservative avenue and Sally was still an astronaut and some level. I just don't think about it. We love being together and we were very great. She didn't want to stave. which is this kind of bizarre actually to be on a valid selling staves aimed to be leaving valley separate lives anyway I always had like their birth astros channels? Memorize just be a very busy. In any case this went on for a while and then eventually Sally Toll Steve that she didn't want to be married to him anymore and he was Very upset by that but replied that if that's what she needed to be happy that tools that was awhile as not good girl really telling told him about ten so imagine as six NASA had achieved twenty four successful missions put twenty one satellites into space had fifteen launches planned for the rest of the year. Wait outside of that though we're going to send a civilian into space k they decided on Christa McAuliffe who was a social studies teacher. And she is gotta go out the six astronauts astronauts including Judy Resnik and Ron McNair who have also two of the new has. Why did they decide today? This White House does NASA funding depends on constant public interest and as shuttle missions become more retain. They have to like yesterday to the teacher because they you want. Interest of children may just a quick note about Ron McNair. He was the first african-american why he was also a saxophone. Plant is officer may okay be a candidate for coolest both time inspect darn thinks or but he could anyway to change the conversation gene also golf and seventy two exploded and fell into the Atlantic Ocean. all seven people on board died yet. I never that was a civilian on board. There was gusty space Faded not into space. You would yeah so four of those on the spaceship hip. Were from the set of guys. Sir Tally his watch. The fact is out of the House that she knows they famines. Also this is the shuttle that she has gone to space in uh-huh robot all that she has become expediting is at the bottom elision so shuttle flights suspended indefinitely after this. Do we know what went wrong with it. Well Sally is asked to be on the presidential commission investigating the disaster and it quickly becomes clear that the cools fatty of two or ring Sudan. I actually yes Rubber gaskets on the right hand broker brewster and they found German sealed and so create a gap of only like a hairsbreadth. It's enough for hot gas to escape and the amount of heat and pressure that young Wiz. It's vital yet. Their portable ceremonials at NASA had been aware don't launching in cold temperatures. Vissel is unusually called. That morning could be stress but they did it anyway. And more broadly reveals problems with the culture. Assess the pressure to keep up with unrealistic Dick Launch schedule men equipment get signed off on before. It's actually ready. Engineers testified that instead of the norm. I could set a proving that they're ready to fly without Josh doubt that I'm having to prove that the technology sound thereafter having to prove. Prove to me as a problem. You Call at cinema and some people do one of the engineers spoke out and said that he had being at the launch position meeting and he had said that this is a problem we continent often. They don't any the two hundred s he spoke about. It will very much frisking careers. They ostracize yet. Today's and sally at the testimonies Hudson publicly as a sign of solidarity carnage. There's no missiles fatigues good. IRA play like took the time to earn a whole NASA to jump forward in time a little bits on February the first two thousand three a spatial Columbia lost contact with ground control when a free into the atmosphere. Andy Burton pot against people died. I remember when they snapped MHM. Sally is again off to serve on the investigation into the disaster. And it's all Time that it's a similar sort of accident frankly so chung-kuk insulation insulation firemen broken off from the fuel tank and struck the edge of the shuttle's left-wing punching a hole in the tiles then protected the aluminium easily. Make a difference space. They ran to the atmosphere. The crops could intense debris people died as valid very similar problems to the instant with challenger. I issues with the fine had been found before WanNa want and once again trying to push too many launches to ensure safety report also found that a rescue mission could have been successfully undertaken. Potentially wigs. Lives out the shuttle if decided to do so but they didn't turn. I knew there was a problem yet. Ran To damage fear and they just decided to anyway. So I didn't know if NASA says culture has changed significantly since the given it down change I would bet. And that's his point in nineteen nine hundred seventy to jump back in time Sally left NASA in Nineteen Ninety. Nine hat moved to California to live with valley is that had been looked at this point and and they lived together for the rest of his life with Anne. I live right fanny dogs being space space before so I don't demand any sally went to work for Denver Center National Security almost control which was a think tank focusing the international security and nuclear weapons So she was studying verification of Media Whitehead's AMS studying nuclear mission in space. It became like less of a big deal to study when the Berlin Wall fell. Yeah after two years there. She got a job at the University of California San Diego as a professor of physics and Dirk couchbase the California's basis my professor of physics being space. That would be intensely Julia. It will be sally spend the rest of her life all science education location for children. She founded Sally Ride Science to encourage women and girls to go into stem fields in two thousand one so basically the organization was designed to to address the fact that while both little girls and boys about the interested in sciences pretty much equal rights as they are exposed to gender biases as they get older girls else drift away from science until allow underrepresented in higher education and even more so the organization ran. How programs tight says in teacher training publish books kinds of great stuff? Many of the children's books the tally worked. She Cole who with ten about space in science is soy whole exhausting. I am the house writing books. Together let picking up pictures to put them. She also developed Earth Cam existed Moon Cam which was allied based cameras whereas they could take pictures of the Earth and the moon control the middle schools. Who can we just like Lucas Like we can ask. I think ours it can still exist. Moon can definitely K.. To look at the so what. Mid Cam was If they didn't put a satellite into space just for middle schools severe expensive that a satellite applied that was going to be above the Marin studying Yehuda graphically it was they put a camera on it. Yeah and then eventually that satellite back in the crash into big him. Is that the names. The impact site autosound. Asa Asa CAV is okay. An stance mortgage applied by middle school and make science feel real accessible to children it making them feel like this is something that may be partial at works outstanding because just taking a photo of the meal at is quite complicated when doing it by camera with those Jose aiming to make them invest in climate change. I mean honestly if I were able to go online and take Knesset now I would do that right now immediately. It'd be very enthusiastic so so I think this was a good cool. During all of this town is how he had decided to keep their relationship private partly because of that it would harm the success of Sally Ride Science. UH-HUH TAB says we know probably said we didn't like labels of any kind but especially the ones referring to Sexuality Quayle Lesbian Section Tamra. Kohl's how's that. When she was young she was ward? Stay away from other tennis players. who were rumored to be lesbians and failing an unnamed fear about one at representative while they might do Sir Tan said Lesbian still brings back those memories? I didn't even want to be co gay and Sally full the same way now. In the present day him you can recognize that they were dealing with ten Tovia. Do we know if time uses the word lesbian. Now I've definitely seen her like us today in context refer to having to kind of be like as a proud mislead. So Yeah Yeah Okay Okay I do think it seems when I see that she's gone more more comfortable with. Yeah that's another thing. She's publicly out now. Yeah Joyce knew that molly and Sally had been one prints and accepted without comment. The Tau our common sally to town the gatherings our whatever she sent Sally Christmas Kata something she would include wishes to Tam so to some degree Tam has been accepted in family size. Pong joins me sounds sinus. Andreas Sir sows. Follow was a Republican always Republican and joy said and I cheerfully touting casualties vote every single time Democrat thanks choice thanks Joe so older. Joyce understood the ten listen quietly accepted that thing had a conversation about In nineteen ninety five bed devos Sushi bannon marriage with a man and formed a relationship with Susan Craig who is another another Presbyterian Minister and to his home iphone panel Cool Sally came to their and seasons commitment ceremony to thousands and Tam had spoken today about her relationship with Sally. But Sally Ben of US spoke about tell us relationship wise Crawley Demon like device. Queer Woman Yeah Uh. Sally remained very private close friends of Sally. Remember asking you know when she would have been like more than a decade into this relationship saying always saying anyone the heavy like our relationship steak or you know hearing sally. I've got my business partner. It's like making me well Is tabby knowledge is that they went his appreciative. Let that although she had made compromises in their relationship ships such as not having that heart in some way that they could invite friends. Yeah hm she never felt that she wasn't control and that she did not say narrow should him mm-hmm in two thousand eleven. Sally was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. And she's out treatment for it. They didn't immediately tell anyone I was a few months before untold tallies family. They're immediately can't stay. The cancer broke down the barriers surrounding their relationship a bit so there is staying at the house and she comes up. Stairs is an assisted house for the first time and sees bedroom Jolson yes to boot before. Some of their close friends finally told Shera couple which for for the most part. It seems that kind of Yeah Yes to have that the commission they also decided to registered as domestic partners. Haass's away way before six inches legalized throughout the states. And this is both for practical reasons that I can be as sure as possible that tallies estate will pass to hand..
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"Had nine dollars of how like female reproductive organs were at least off? I guess he was like. I've come up with concern. He said I'm going to inquire about but like I guess the thing that gets me is not knowing but having a complete lack of shame eamon dislike asking this question I mean he kind of has to like on some level like Nah safety depends on it. I think probably the best thing to do would be to speak to like a call. Just something pestering. Yeah Yeah I guess that's what I was getting Tau. Yeah maybe do research before you ask these questions like like Sally and the other women who are only people who are how the America not look on the planet. Yeah yes they also put together a new toiletries kit. Because the old like standard-issue one halves like old spice shaving cream and men's head Hunkin so full so they made from English includes hotness cold a female hair restraints. which had is there again? ACID has happened to give it a name. Yeah I understand. This is a NASA thing this through the Nassau thing and then obviously the issue of menstruation which clearly befuddles and terrifies. The men at NASA. Said they asked. Sally how many tamp while she'd need her week long on flight would be the right number and she says northe- that's not right. I heard that story before I knew it was true. Or not the Vicodin Oskaloosa reduce the some people say she got off his seems like to become a cool sir. The biography I read for example noted that people often awesome. That's how it was awesome. She'd wear a broad base and Sally car but like she was asked as like a bunch of Nelson's yeah and I guess maybe I like Brian's voice we'll probably a question that like people were asking because maybe not specifically to Sally. Yeah I mean I guess in zero gravity. I wouldn't wear a row. Maybe she went wherever Arnson as many mcnuggets baseball. I haven't considered that. I mean I don't feel like the average man's acknowledge of menstruation has greatly improved since then I would not expect the average peasant. He doesn't menstruation. I how anytime home someone will need is also just like such option wide variety between people who menstrual. That's like not not Alabama anyway there are five astronauts emission nations at takes them a four year to train sally's job was going to be to use the robotic arm to launch satellites as well as to the flight engineer long check any any possible and ave so she had to know every contingency procedure in an hour. They Raton simulation. After simulation to simulation until emergency procedures became the second nature love into line today to Sally's you've got married Both will watch jeans. Nights needed into some states backyard. CASUALTIES MARTIN TEEN JEANS TO MINISTERS officiated headed Sally's system and saves follow who's also Presbyterian minister bizarrely they break a gloss and say muscle toll are which fast by mentioning that steam is Jewish Jewish. But then I mentioned that. See's minister there does very Jewish Hazy staves mothers George. It wasn't mentioned very was mentioned. was that it was bad. It has idea and she said that there wasn't too much religious imagery and I thought we need to do something to celebrate. Life seems to be something that they've decided. Deal the fun okay. Hey we'll kind of nuts to me because the reason why people breaking glass the Jewish winnings till remember like the things that the Jewish people we'll have suffered throughout history. You have kind of like Merman of slimness a minute joy said a bit out of context and say we did it to celebrate life. Hey Ash ashes bizarre to me in August of mentioning to the Soviet sent an element is base the experienced test pilots that Ladas Kyle. I know that this was because saying that though he was doing it and they wanted to link. I'm kind of do. It just felt like I was so launch is set for June June eighteenth. Nine hundred eighty three sally receives good like messages. From Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'connor who was the first woman appointed to the High Court in Nineteen eighty-one Katherine Switzer. It was the vessel in to run the Boston marathon as a registered entrant and miss piggy. I like the idea that those kind of this support group of like I I women to do this thing at the Miss Piggy who is up what achievement saw. And you know. I won't show she. Has it still happens. If you like the fest woman to do a thing to all the other fest women texture and be like good job have a great day a bunch of them. Do you have to find the thing to contestant boop theory who came to the launch as did molly who is now options has upon that she saw good him only. Is that a laugh. Borough sound like in the court. I was star. She sounded like she liked. Come along way since where they were at that time Tam also comes to launch stooges friend. I can't so by just being friends the entire time. Oh they I think lose contact number connected Savoy their friends at this point. Yeah and whenever. They're in town to do so. That mornings tally up is driven to the launch complex and rise one hundred ninety five feet off the elevator to the show. She's fitted with a helmet and Jose instructing the countdown to the launch and then at the thirty three. Am Sally ride goes is to space. I was signed up. Show when you're like going through the steps of this. I was like if they're going to be like a sticking point so my ear we're going to have to go back and show go to space next week but she didn't. It's very drought. Have Parents Watch. How launch off completely stunned all the cries? Gloria Steinem uh-huh that she says millions of little girls to sit by the television sets and say that can be astronauts heroes explores and scientists lean show. Who is the biographer? Arafah general to time also mentioned that her mother who seventy-nine the time was modeled that she had personally seen humankind girl from the whole and Balki through the three two two space. I mean. That's excitement straightens wildlife people who lived in that particular era lead. Yeah Yeah and and that did spill payment so much or or what we capable of else says people are really wants to go out now. It'd be gripe half. A million people watched the shuttle takeoff in any city. Some of them are wearing salary. Rai Har- summer drinking a cocktail called sal his first that's right. I don't know broad-based tax. Maybe we can find out. I think we need to raise drinking. Yes the radio played Mustang Sally L.. He's fine ride. Sally ride slim shy reported. This high signed off on it. By saying technologically NASA is pushing tools FIFA century. But at times it is finally entered the twentieth and for many girls and young women at the time. This was a land head Merman. Sally Pantley shifted the boundaries of what they thought they were able to the lives. I'm on if we have County mole women applied astronauts like emily following this icon everywhere. Everywhere this Take this but I think I did read that there were programs like graphs safe wolf that just visibly increase that engagement bongos Auguste which is amazing. So acceleration space let struck up a sally as it expects. The ride space is quiet rough. They were shaken about an estates but after two minutes left the atmosphere US via the rocket split away and Johnny becomes much leader after tuna afternoon. Fast I dunno especially it's good recoils sally. Sally holds checklists to float hundred eighty four miles high. The traveling at seventeen thousand five hundred miles an hour sally as a child l.. Hit loved going on the biggest scariest. Roller coasters Disneyland. And at the time the tickets that you want to those particularize cold aid tickets. So she radio is back to Houston says Houston Challenger. Have you ever been to Disneyland. And that was definitely ticket. Ah a great. She is now on the biggest ride. And it takes time to adjust to the weightlessness. They have to rely on every the action five minutes fast but yet behave pretty quickly. They Lord satellites. They continue to develop them descending of the capabilities as limitations of their Mike. All Sally Ramleh treadmill washes up as she cashes. Jelly beans out of the anti trump says sleeping bag to s leaks in media. Making up here to close took a widower had both swigert. This show moved at five miles a second of every nineteen minutes of crazy. Sometimes I would look out the window. What continent Sally said? Later that I could see our reefs off the crystal Stralia a you stole Dole. Swelling in the ocean acceded knowle's dust all building urban old and Africa just unbelievable sights. I remember the first time that I looked towards the horizon I saw the blackness of space aches and then the bright blue earth and then I noticed right on the horizon. It looked as if someone had taken a worldly Crayon just traced illness horizon and then I realized that the Blue Line Line that really thin blue line was atmosphere and that was a low of it and clay from that perspective. How fragile our existences and makes you appreciate how important it is to take care of? That's the when she returns to Sal Gaza publicity toll through American Europe giving talks to functions to permit NASA choice struggles with diesel to think. She's naturally introvert Asia. But she just kind of has to do it. Sailing colleagues are invited to a meeting of the International Astronautical Federation and Soviet astronauts also attendant. They're instructed to not speak to absolutely nothing to do with them and so they obey during the reception. Sally tapped on the shoulder Out of Bhai. So that's all the women have gone to ask three women at this point and they congratulate each other and sally really wants to have a conversation with a a but is conscious that she could create an incentive incident. And so this little off so sally feels really frustrated about me saying missile Janati and so she goes up to the Hungarian translator that she has become friendly with. Its allowed to talk with Settimana. Do that what you will. And he organizes a gathering in Hungarian astronauts apartment and so both sally and fell on his show on say instantly hit it off Capanna experiences of being in space they eagles. They mind the way. They're all flew to have their other each other a bunch of presents song. Aw they never tell the government what happens. They sneak away from it separately day and she never gets a tortoise saliva go to yeah in antennae. False allegations seconds mission to space. It's much the same but I want to say too much. She battle except for one actor that I really liked. So they put in what satellites into orbit and on Latham. The soul of House found to extend properly. Massa how how they tried to problem solve it out of earth from the show that is couldn't go to work and so they decide to shake it. Sally does it you know they. They get the robotic arm holding the they extend the robotic arm out and then solid just like shakes the jury students than it was intended to be shaped and a works an interesting in nineteen hundred five sally stocks relationship. With so as I said Sally attempted meant it as preteen test plays town was a tennis plans. Halley in nineteen sixty nine. She and her doubles partner Three in the country well Tampa Wimbledon once and how the US Open but she left professional tennis at the age. They had reconnected one. Sally was getting her master's at Stanford as he was writing for the Women's sports. Publications spokesman Spokewoman Tam working rival. Women's Lesbian.
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"Was not in boxes. They haven't come walking. We were ready to pack of sin. Obey the sixtieth. CBS Yeah that's true you'll yeah I'll be ready. Your Body Omega Space Cake elect size cutout mankind. It is not the cake I buy side. You're on my fifth the US. Pull defensemen. Alan Shepard into Space Chris and on the twentieth February. I said sixty two John Glenn became the first American man to reach orbit. The issue of women going into space continued to be wotton was disgust. Though still women pushing for this and being not back a House subcommittee had a hearing to settle the question of female astronauts and John Glenn the mantra job it testified and said I think this gets back to the way how social order organized the mango off and find the walls and fly the airplanes and come back and hope design and build contest them the fact that women not in the field is effective social water it may be undesirable through it may be undesirable. Oh no he means like women going into that out. Bet battling factum `social order is undesirable. I was wondering what the Hell you would the believe. What he meant was like? It's just a fact. The women's role is not to be in space. jetted space. We haven't seen that yet but we've given an agenda. They have that now has been that self has been. Why his Lance Tokens Mason? Yeah he was like I went out into space. I didn't say any women. It was a communist. Let's be the other way in nineteen sixty three. The test pilot requirement was removed in essence. Sixty five you didn't. We need to know how to fly at all. NASA started seeking non pilot scientists. That still turned down everyone who applied in nine hundred sixty eight ray. Russia's sent Valentina Tereshkova into space the American response was very condescending. They belittled her background as a factory. Textile welcome at a skydiver. Valentina was never set up again and the Soviet students end up to twenty years. She's my favorite cosmonaut. I love her to how far down your ranking of favorite AstraZeneca. AH The list. They probably ride. Sally ride and I got my other favorite so this one along on the twentieth of July nineteen sixty-nine Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon and American flag was planted. Then Sally had Nar astronaut ambitions at this point she did watch the lending how Bush at this point. When was she born as she was eighteen? Ish can't quite a big. She said later. I just assumed that would never be a place for women when I sold them on. TV They all seem to be navy. Airforce Test Pilots. I suppose I just took it for granted that it was pretty much a closed club to return to Sally in nineteen seventy off two S in trying to make it. As a professional tennis player she enrolled at Stanford where she majored in physics at the time on six percent of his ex degrees were awarded women at three percent of his doctoral candidates. Were now my level. The step from I'm not really making it as a professional tennis plan I guess Gardanne Physicist Stanford seems intense right. I feel like being like I'm going to make. I can't as a professional tennis player. I'm going to Very Jehovah. City just like similar levels of yeah yeah similar levels of intense like entirely different fields. She's like tennis isn't working out. I'll try goods. That's just been interested. Salad he does well not amazingly she is sleeping in nineteen seventy the three she graduated with a B S Vicks and. She had double majored in English literature. So she's also wanted A. Ba Honesty says in English was all the theme of Price Index is Hamilton Goule. She's multitalented she is yeah he is smaller than me finer. I find it kind of reassuring that she's just getting like normal more good marks. Yeah she's not like wow. You're incredible doing pretty. Well I think maybe we could go to. Smith's I looked up on where he paid the other day at work. When it was saved dead I looked over like medical complications of being in zero gravity for a long time and I was like? I'm never going to message you out really badly. Yeah like a minds and you're so most of most of your body. Yeah Yeah I would go to space marrying. Someone handed you a free three to spice right now. Would you go to space. I'm not sure I feel like I've made to like hear more about risks of space. I don't WanNa be space pioneer. Yeah like thanks excelling not very impressive familiar. Sally then got a masters in physics with our research focusing on the free electron laser. Aw please don't ask me any questions about the Communist. I I joined our for her doctorate she went on along the interstellar medium which is just like all the stuff in between styles gases and stuff and raise just around space. I I apologize to any astrophysicist listen to this episode. She led until ten when she finished her dissertation quake. She sat back and realized that she knew something. That no one else. slobodne that Sarko fring pray. Sally has relationship At College with John Hawkins who's just bellary such a eventually so they break it off and often that sally began relationship with Molly Tyson. Who she had nine has attained through tennis Sa- both the women that Sally has a relationship with an election is tate played tennis. Santana's full women so she will connect to a staff that a nice relationship. None of them had had a relationship with a woman before. Thank we've been together eventually and they never discussed whether it would be a secret on it was just too given the known. Nar Molly said. I think it's possible. Sally and I were obsessed with each other for a long time before we had. I think physical eventually don't Inositol. This was a nineteen seventy one so sexuality is still illegal in many states. Glick California I nineteen seventy against us. Union had been founded Stanford body was held off campus and most people many people try to remain anonymous Dinar Sally o'malley woman of Fog Eastern Malayan. Sally didn't have any other gay couples holiday. He go out and look appears as a Mulligan says in ignorance probably would have put them in the category of those. EDP Bull. They will not like us. We didn't want to be associated with our idea of what gay people whoa like. And she knows that neither of them understood themselves as gay queer time so she says it's a pretty familiar story that with a Passan's fest relationship. You're absolutely certainly. This does not mean your guy that has nothing to do with being K.. You're in love with a particular person and you're not generalizing it to say. Oh ick now let me about myself. I I feel like this is definitely something that I've encountered before. Is people sort of talking about. They have this idea that like the same gender attraction that I have is. He's pure in some way. That gay people as they conceptualize them on and off. Yeah I can use the word Akiva. Yeah she's dislike in love with Sally. Yeah Yeah Malaysia. Till the relationship would end when college ended. And the she would marian kids in nineteen seventy five molly break-up of Sally how how she felt that she was living in Hush Arundel sir having to keep their relationship a secret wait on her. Molly said to us how by overflow I want to make it clear that it was a very fun times and I want the bad Guy Story to be a weld. That makes it so hard for people who love chocolate to be together. Thankfully that change after molly and tally broke up. Sally colleague onto our relationship with a guy named Bill Colson. I was friend of this who sally could told about their relationship. Bill is confident the unusually genuinely fell in lost in that she was coy. Roy Willing and fully participating in there just time interesting. I happen to me later in life did not. I can't do. We know anything about what sally that Leifeld about building. It's an ongoing theme when writing about Sally that we well Sally Ford about anything. It was a very very private person. She wasn't really gang to discuss. WHO has no feelings to allow even within homes intimate relationships? She didn't really Cape any kind of personal notes. We don't really have virtually anything from her point of view on anything thing that you have to work around our K- I I guess. I wanted to introduce that quite from bill because I often see sally referred to as a lesbian yet as she very it could have been one but from what I can see. There's no way for us to really know that with any degree specialty and I wanted us to veer away from just labeling hat as a listening it. Because she's going to have I sing. Yeah I should chip in Hawaii with a woman. of itself is off to make her lesbian. Yeah it could be see that bill and another man has later on mistaken in thinking that Sally Phelps genuinely for them it could be that. She realized later all that she'd felt pressured to do that by society and that she really would prevent your friends though something like that it could even genuinely bay like sometimes people are attracted to men at some points in their life and then identify as lesbians at all the lines in the live. I think anything we could come out of there except for Sally's aren't testimony. That we've just discussed discuss we will never have. He's going. Halis Watt Sally felt biter in her life. Your the I just wanted to know that not to assert that sally was definitely bisexual instead pitches because it is very much the null to talk about sally the Lesbian Astronaut. And I don't focus on. Yeah that's really raise noble in nineteen seventy seven Washes working on a doctorate. She was planning on doing a post doc in laser physics and then she picked up the paper one morning read the headline NASA to recruit women. And and she was like it's me me exactly. That's exactly what she was like. She told the article out. She said health application in general mattis seven with eight thousand dollars applicants Looki- and she was invited to Houston for an interview. One of two hundred eight candidates investigators next stage. sobol like I can't imagine saying an article in the newspaper newspaper. Bang like Nestle looking for women being like I'll give it a shock even you don't have PhD yet to true. She's working on genetic Gina stuff about the show now. It's quite a complex application. But the idea that you just pick up the paper and see like national recruiting women just like send your applications like yeah like males. I'm your yeah. I'm sure that's not how it happens. Now I mean that's quite a process it. She goes yeah. I assume she's now going to end to a complex like security clearance an interview process also so they are to sending ten groups Salizzoni Woman House at she. Undergo goes a physical test psychological testing esten into my panel and after into. She goes back to her dissertation. She is waiting for the whole of the year really during the issues. The vast owls film July because she compressor up in her office America in very good and then in January of nineteen seventy eight she gets a cold is offered a job at NASA. Well I actually to suicide was vows filmed house. Any she xmas no. She does sorry to derail exciting by talking. About what does that national Own Aaron Nautical and Space Administration. Is that right. Yes yeah.
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"We have some content warnings before we get started on this episode. We're going to be discussing. Perry typical phobia and sexism. Were also going to be discussing cancer and death from cancer as well as deaths in the Columbia and challenges spacecraft disasters move nerve into space before on the Cali. We have never been to space if any of that had like something. You don't want to listen to please feel free to skip this one and listened to one of our other episodes which went on any space. That's that's true. No I will have all the content mornings but none of them will be about space trip. This is not the absurd. The we had plans to bring out today. We had planned to do a retrospective of quit historical circle films in nineteen dislike. We did floor JEMMA FEST last year but Jason is close to death by which we mean the have glandular and cannot do anything Asu so we had to instead having very quickly plays behind. -mergency episode this episode. Yes I picked this topic for this episode because in our recent patron poll in which they picked Harry Allen which was the first episode of the season. This topic second sir. I heard that they enjoy this. This accidental Tuba. Yeah I do think it is somewhat fortuitous. And I'm quite excited. The the office doubts about space and episode focused on sort of stepping wrapping into the future. Technologically is coming out today. which if you're listening to this day comes out is January first of and you decade of twenty twenty? That's true truth. Three twenty twenty bucks still is a pretty fake you. South Rod was born on the twenty six of May nineteen fifty one to Joyce Endale ride ride in California to let has sister was born and assisted was named Karen bought. She was always cold because of his childhood mispronunciation of it. So you just telling us this endearing extra I also because I felt we like knock on her Beth route because that's generally sorry might be like. Yeah yeah is that a noble name in America and tell the story anyway sorry question. The family was quite a tacit. They were uncomfortable with discussing expressing emotion. But it's clear that both the girls grow up to be very very loved and supported both of the parents supported the budgeting civil rights movement and the counterculture of the time and there were very in favor of women expanding the opportunities sally credits engagement in science poly- to the fact that she was never told by apparent teach that science was just for boys as well as the fact that she had multiple female science teachers who had a big impact on him. That's very grenon wholesome stunt. Yeah like decently holes. Sally does pretty well in School Bataille in math and science as you would expect the the Raisa are religious family both Joyce and Dale involved in the Presbyterian church is Elvis. Sally decided to stop going when she was a teenager. And they didn't put up a fuss us with joy saying churches. No good if you have to call someone to go I think is like less on a good unwholesome file. Yeah this is just very good. Sally was also a gifted Athletes especially at tennis and she was soon playing tennis tournaments with all the girls in detains. This group of girls included Tam Shaughnessy who would much later. Turn life the hypocrisy I also feel like sally sounds like she was very intimidating in high school. If I was in school I would say like Oh is a song like. She does well at school which is not like a genius. Ah She. I think Mike if a class didn't really interest are shooting can't like why would benefit her. She was not interested and she would move attention to it. Ah She I remember really didn't like her in particular because she said can you imagine cooking and eating a chicken casserole. Edey Salad did a time of enormous change for American society but especially antagonistically. She grew up with the background of the Cold War leading to hide onto her desk at school. In Dublin encourages. The most Rela Pot of the Cold War story is of course the space race because of space in nineteen fifty seven Moscow wars putting one into space. The first satellite won't shrimp earth and the space race begins the launch had a profound impacting the American's psyche threatening net -ception of American supremacy which is important to them strategists. Never been won't Whoa later over. Russia then launched the second sputnik carrying dog this time cold Leica Space Dong John Esterel ours feel like they should be August coz minorities dolman the. US lunch is satellite in nineteen fifty eight on the National Advisory Committee for airing. Old Eggs was replaced. We is who knows what stands for National Yup Aerospace Aerospace. You've told me this like three to the National Mall or pay the the previous name. Yes so it was. The National Advisory Committee Therapeutics. Guess I'll tell you which one's more right Alice. National advisory are he s steph space. I was I would. Space will signs signs now. Aero Space Association the National Association of Space Adventures is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Okay okay okay. I never would have guessed administration. I remember thinking Oh administration. I wouldn't have picked back. Yeah and then I mean if you didn't mention and it's goal was to send ended a man into space. The space race was apartment. Vacated by Lyndon B Johnson who was president from nineteen sixty three to nineteen. sixty-nine cold the the fear of going to bed each night by the last of the calm you down. So that's the general here the like this something in the Sky sky and that's something is the Russian that tumble around the like. The man is a Trans Lesbian and she loves you. Imagine she'd been Trans Komo's yeah she's non true love to but also by just wonder about this new frontier of of technology which is much more wholesome than the Redskins the final frontier. I mean ridden on. What's the next frontier still doing a lot of under honestly? That's very. There's a lot of say we haven't really looked into that deeply puzzles more space infinitely more space than we are. uh-huh yes I'm guessing emphasis. I did a history I was the best is to my year in high school. I can't present hasn't qualified but only in highschool divest astronauts will immediately valorize patriotic heroes. They were recruited for military test pilots largely because they will already cleared the national security and they seemed to have relevant experience. Anyone had relevant experience of being an astronaut at this point kind of like. I guess you've flown a bit. But what if you flew unimaginably for all listed qualifications Expedite the process in the APP. Get a guy to space. Quick quick the Russians the had been female pilots by this stage including as who played key and dangerous roles during World War Two but after the wallow abandoning military metairie piles until the nineteen seventies combat until waiting until twenty thirteen. Yes the recent it is. I do remember that. A combination happening Their restriction to military test pilots therefore made a given the they are going to be men IOS yet they now palace lobby to be allowed to take the test to become astronauts denied at it should be noted that although it was never official policy they all selected Wiedeman as well naturally when you you say they also elected white men. Did that happen in the league. Astronaut selection process Owa the pilots predominantly white men. Already oh selling predominantly really. I believe that there were many color. New Pilots in Hollywood will too. But I don't know shoal. On April twelfth of Nineteen Sixty one year ago guard became the first unit space if it wasn't clear from the knife years Russian North American. He is my boy Yuri. Loan you. Yeah it was the fiftieth anniversary of going into space and I got hired and my family and we're all like crowd around the TV watching the TV lying. Oh my God. It's the fiftieth. I've asked you if you're going into space and I was like. Why are you sure you're excluded from your clunky? Meetings obviously was not in boxes. They haven't come walking. We were ready to pack of sin. Obey.
"sally" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"You're listening to a special edition of the globalist in association with UBS. Hello and welcome to a special edition of the globalist. I'm Ben Ryland over the festive season, we're looking back at some of the best interviews we did here on call twenty four in twenty eighteen the big interview brought you the fascinating stories of some of the most influential people from the worlds of arts and culture business politics and design today, we listen back to the also winning actress Sally field the minute. I walked on stayed something. Struck me electricity, a bell rang, and the self-imposed fog that I had been living in just cleared, and I could hear myself, and I was alive for this moment for the second. I was free and weightless I spent my life chasing, the firefly's on the edges of my is. That was Sally field. The double Oscar winning actress and the fog she was escaping descended following sexual abuse. By a stepfather jock Mahoney when she was a child she lost herself in acting career began as a teenager playing the all American lead in gidget. She went on to star in the flying nun, and then made her first film the way west with Kirk Douglas in nineteen sixty seven a host of television movies, followed before she joined her then boyfriend, but Reynolds in the box office hit smokey and the bandit Reynolds was another controlling man in her life. As was the film director, Bob Raffelson's. She was forced to kiss before being cast by him in stay hungry. She won her first Askar for the title role of Numa Ray in nineteen eighty and she's appeared in amongst others. Steel magnolias, MRs Doubtfire and Forrest Gump winning another best actress Academy Award for places in the heart in one thousand nine hundred five she was given an outstanding lead. Actress EMMY for television show. Brothers and sisters and most recently was nominated for best actress in Lincoln in two thousand and twelve she's written a memoir in pieces. I'm Georgina Godwin, and I sat down with her in the big interview. Sally. We're here in London. And you've been hit promoting your book, which is an extraordinary book. It's about this amazing life full of experience, but also Chuma to degree a wonderfully brave book, but it also charts your acting career, and I wondered if you'd always known that you were going to act well by the time, you know, you're thinking about what are you going to be when you grow up kind of thought, I think it was always an actor..
"sally" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"sally" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Sally subtle goes without then we'll tell me then come twenty twenty.