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Idaho governor orders rollback to Stage 2 as COVID-19 cases swell
"With hospitals in his state nearing capacity, Idaho's Republican governors reimposing some of that state's original coronavirus restrictions. But as NPR's Kirk Sigler reports the governor's refusing to implement a statewide mask law Idaho Governor Brad Little has mostly resisted rolling the state back into tougher restrictions that were in effect until the end of May. Despite a record number of cases and hospitalizations, especially in urban counties, bars, nightclubs here will mostly be able to remain open public gatherings will be limited to 10 people, but those rules won't apply to churches or political rallies. The conservative governor has faced criticism from health care workers for not enforcing tougher measures while also getting criticism from the right wing of his own party for implementing any restrictions. The announcement came on the same day that to neighboring states, Washington and Oregon announced new travel advisories for out of state visitors. Kirk Siegler.
"sigler" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Listen. Did you have a good experience there. Did, they had to defer because I was holly major I wasn't any of the acting program. So it's filming the second season of Sopranos at the time and they could work around my class schedule so I had to defer after two semesters. Andy Niemann says about the Sopranos scene where she's singing no scrubs with hunter making a mess in the kitchen it's one of my favorites. Say other like I dunno, I remember feeling ridiculous about it. It was like one of those things where like because they must singer like how may supposed to sing this missiles? The thing was bad or are we supposed to try and seeing this? Good. So I kind of did something in the middle it was weird. Okay New Account Kristi Yamaguchi. Name is says, could she tell Lady Gaga was gonNA be a megastar I'm embarrassed to say I don't know what this is a referenced I. Mean I Know Who Lady? Gaga but it's like a one line the Sopranos. Wasn't in that scene. So I can't I can't lie I knew. Anthony Coleco? What was her motivation in the last scene of the Sopranos? What did David? Chase tell her about the scene before they shot it. Nothing. Near late. You're running late. Does it drive you nuts with this. Is that question from at Alice? Does it drive you nuts when people say Sopranos? No because I think that's how it's supposed to be called. Reynolds and I think it's. What during quarantine I've started watching it for the very first time I've never seen it. And everyone in the show is saying soprano and unlike. On forever I was probably the idiot on the show that would be like medicine now. Frano. knows. Me It just makes me feel like an idiot. So wait you've never seen it. You Never Watch you never even caught bits of yourself on it. I mean on the premier maybe the last episode but other than that. No. So how how's your experience I mean aside from realizing that we're all saying wrong has your experience been. You know. It's been lovely because I think that. There's been enough time passed. There's no judgment there and it's given me like I. Get it now I get why people feel the way they feel like it's such a good show. I can't believe I got to be on this new how lucky I was, but now I get it..
"sigler" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Again didn't speak English twelve years old like real survival mode real. Comes from a copy of this country, a lot of a lot of stuff, and so there's a lot of like. Put on airs that like she's somebody will always have makeup on always put together and so it was a lot of like tell them. You're fine. Jamie don't tell them anything wrong. I think that's probably a lot of the high the NS like. Great you're easy. Don't be a problem. You don't want to get fired. So I did hear a lot of that. A lot of that growing up when you decided to to to speak out about having did your parents have opinions about it oh? Yeah. Not Happy Really. And that was read honestly, it was devastating to me because it was such. A big moment for me that I was. So proud of myself that I was GonNa do it and I had found the Strength to to sit to own it and be like, fuck it I'm GonNa see what happens by just saying this because I didn't do anything wrong I'm tired of hearing shameful. I'm tired of feeling guilty about this like. I don't know why I have it but I I'm done ceiling. I'm hiding it and I've done feeling bad about it. And instead they were mainly, my mom was like, no, no please don't please. Don't do it please. And I know. Shoes try to protect me but I I realized It's not my job to please my mom anymore like she can just watch me and the women I'm becoming and I will say that she has recognized that she said like I'm so proud of the lake I'm learning from you. Up It's a total healthy relationship but. It. It was unable to see it for what it is now, but in the moment it was hard. Did that give you pause like was did you know? I was just more like. Honestly I think it also made me Saxon I was like, oh. This is why I did this for so long. Yeah. Like a that's where this comes from and recognizing that like deep conditioning. At and and. Not Being mad at them for I. Wasn't mad. It was just it was just more as sadness in just you know just having a really sit with that. Yeah I relate very intensely to the. Realization that your job is not to please your parents, but it's hard. That is hard. Yeah. Still when I'll be like what's going on and he auditions anything happening and like it's almost like resentful where I'm like nothing's happening nobody likes mom how do you like? I remember when I met the guy who is my husband now? And we were just friends at the beginning and then we started dating and I just had this sense that this one is different I think. And I didn't tell my mom for a while because I. I felt very secure in the relationship. With and that was different than my past relationships and I felt like. Right. Now it is focused on how do I feel about him? How do I feel about this but I know for some reason if I tell her, she will ask a couple questions and then all of a sudden I will feel insecure and worry does he like me does he like me enough when right now it's focused on whether i..
"sigler" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Yeah it made me. I had this realization that there hasn't been a day in as long as I can remember that I haven't engaged with social media. It's like part of every single day of my life. But. It did make me realize well. At the ways I am twisting all of this to make myself feel okay. My kids aren't on social media. That's what's really bad for them. They're actually he's on youtube watching, but he's not like signed in or anything. So right there more. Okay. I'll asks me every day. You can have a youtube show really oh. Yeah. What will it be about like if we make videos on my phone, he's like high dis macos guys who are the people we're talking to my son have you ever seen Ryan's toy review or choice? Of course you have your parents of course you have. Eliot thinks the name of that show is hi guys he calls it Hi guys. He wants to watch hi guys. Nothing annoys my husband more than the sound of Ryan's periods voices. Hill walked I it'd be like, oh I can't his mom anymore. That's so funny and I know people were irritated by her to I'm okay. I turn it out there. So happy with it whatever how do you feel about blimpy? Did you guys have a blip buffets? We had a blip Phase I got my husband and flippy costume for how I got him like the Orange suspender glasses. blimpy's fine I. don't care I mean to seem somewhat educational. He's talking about nice things he's like. Wild and attractive actually I feel like if you if you were to deeply deeply him, I, feel like he would be pretty handsome. Have you seen empty flipping? No but in my I can do it. I can do Alan. With a house like I can't design this in my head right have no vision. Like I can't do that I. that's the same as I don't I don't know why I'm able to imagine blimpy out of cost and I'm not talking about naked out of costume but I also. Truly when we were house hunting lacking imagine like I am so susceptible to staging if I walk into a house. I can't take it with the furniture. Versus like a house where it just looks like how the people who were in there before had it and it's like you know it's it's not on trend at all any more than it turns me off even though really if I had a good imagination, I should be able to imagine it with all my stuff and blimpy inside I don't know Lippi. Magic. My kids would love it so much even though I realize, I'm painting this if have a crush on him. Do I. I don't know. And Pajama Pants you other podcast yes. So, Pajama Pants. So Robin I.
"sigler" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Hey everyone. Hi. Hello. Welcome to another episode of Alice. Greg what are you doing here? Hey what do you mean? What Alison where'd you come from? Brag I, came from the world of childish and I just WanNa make sure that your listeners know that you're just is wonderful on the on the podcast. What if they don't have kids donate Donate them a lot of our listeners actually tell us they don't have kids. We talk about sex. We talk about all sorts of dirty stuff but also parenting. Yeah. So the checkout childish new episodes, every Wednesday wherever you listen to podcasts. Best Hey, everyone. Hi. Hello. Welcome to another episode of Alison. Rosen is your new best friend. I am very excited to introduce my guest today. She is an. A podcast or a mother you know her as Meadow Soprano from the Sopranos for the ten years at the show was on air. She also played a heightened version of herself on entourage opposite her then boyfriend. Jerry. Ferrara. Turtle she's done a ton of theater. She's been on Broadway, and she is crushing the podcast game I feel like coming for the rest of our podcast she hosts to podcast. Momma said with musician, Jenner, Perez and Pajama Pants with Robert eyler also from the Sopranos and Youtuber Kassim Gee I don't know how he feels about being called a youtuber. That's a question for him. Really Anyway. Welcome to the show Jamie Lynn Sigler or is it siegler that's a question I should have asked you ahead of time you said it correctly did then go. And welcome hummy. Thank you for that. Lovely intro. I I've been putting these shows on Youtube, youtubecom Slash Alison Rosen, and of late I've been writing out a little intro and then I read it and I don't like watching myself read it. So I was going to say ahead of time like this is my first time attempting to see if I can do it to camera. Computer without reading it, and if I do say so myself I did quite well, you did it I knew it rats everything could fall apart now but we'd always have that moment. Never Forget it. So how are you? I'm good. You know if you can't hear I picked up a little cold from toddler. It's you know. I realized. So he's back in preschool. And of course, he brings something home but we no one's been sick for so long I know that. I like I forgot what it's light. I use it used to be this thing sorry and putting my computer on do not disturb. So I don't get a phone call. It used to be the state where one of them had a runny nose or something every other week and it was kind of so nice to go without that for. So long now now I think all our immune systems are doubt from not being around in washing her hands so much no germs that we all got hit pretty hard with this little gold. Was it extra scary because you're like, what is this sickness that we're all experiencing? Everything feels so much scarier. Right I I ran the gotTa Cova Test On. Sunday and. We're negative. Good congratulations. I have like body aches apparently though the stuffy nose is not a Kobe thing I guess I had body aches which which scared me a little bit. Yeah. Your decision to send him back to preschool that like because we are debating it in my house right now it was like out of straight like necessities survival for my sanity and my wellbeing like I could not. I can't homeschool my seven year olds and have my two year old home and try to like zoom auditions. My husband working out of our dining room lake. It's just I couldn't do it and he needs it like..
Easing fires not as simple as climate change vs. forest work
"The West Coast are again putting a spotlight on climate change. But it is not the only reason why we are seeing such destruction, even in the iconic and typically wet woods of the Pacific Northwest. For more. We've got NPR's Kirk Siegler, who's covered wildfires for this network for more than a decade. Kirk Hi, Good morning, Rachel. So we know that the forests and the brush the grasses in the West. Are extraordinarily dried out because of climate change. Kind of remind us how we got here. Well, right. There are a couple other big things going on here that we have to consider. And one is that we've also spent the last century stamping out Wildfires, and we actually continue to do this today. It's just the few that get away there in the news and healthy forests need fire, and what we've gotten ourselves into is what the experts call the wildfire paradox. So by doing this, we're actually making the problem worse, because now the forests and the brush lands are overgrown and in this really unnatural state, So you add climate change to that mix, and it's the worst case scenario that we're seeing. Right now. We hear the U. S. Forest Service often referred to as the Fire service because so much of their budget goes to fighting fires, not actual forest management work. But hasn't the federal government and individual states haven't they made some progress in doing some prevention work? Not very much. You know, the people who say the government isn't doing enough to manage is for us, to some extent, have a point. But a lot of that actually comes down to funding. If you're spending all of your resource is on trying to stop wildfires from burning in tow whole towns, then there's not going to be a lot of money left over to do the things like The thinning projects that prescribed burns. The plan burning Forster Andrew Sanchez Madore has been keeping close tabs on this where all the states are with their prevention work. He heads the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University in California. Oregon. Treatments that they've been implementing for years haven't really been at this scale that they need to be to cost a wind driven and climate change is exacerbated event. Some of this has to do with money, he says. And the lack of a really big, clear national strategy, But it's more complicated than just blaming the forest Service or the firefighting apparatus in the country. Or, frankly, is the Trump Administration likes to do try to just make this about logging and logging on Lee. We are now seeing those these fires. They've destroyed whole communities. It doesn't seem quite adequate to call them forced fires anymore. I mean, these are burning up residential areas, urban settings. That's right. And here's where things get really messy on the West Coast. In particular, there's been this huge amount of development into the forest that you say there now very vulnerable. The burning, especially with climate change. Now, in some cases, people have to live in these places because it's the only place they can afford. But regardless all these subdivisions, these new towns are actually becoming the fuel that's helping make these fires even bigger and local building codes are still pretty loose. Kumiko Barrett I talked to about this. She's at the research firm Headwaters. Comics, and she told me the county's still don't really have any disincentive to stop this development because of one big reason When you look at when a wildfire does occur, it's the federal government that comes in and pays for that suppression cost. So there's this inverse fiscal incentive on what is happening about local scale versus who's actually paying for the wildfire cost. So basically local communities they don't have to pay for the cleanup. The federal government does it, so they make money when these developments keep getting built. Exactly And there is no disincentive like she says, because they know the federal government is going to come in and pay for the suppression and the cleanup. But at some point you look at all of the disasters happening at once. We're in the middle of hurricane season and We're not even really at the peak of wildfire season in California, there is going to become a point where this just isn't going to be sustainable anymore. NPR's Kirk Sigler reporting from Boise, Idaho. Thanks so much, Kirk, You're welcome, Rachel. It's a Kurt. They're
Fires rage as southern California grapples with 'extreme red flag'
"The wildfires on the West Coast Oregon, putting a spotlight on climate change, but it is not the only reason why we are seeing such destruction, even in the iconic and typically wet woods of the Pacific Northwest. For more. We've got NPR's Kirk Sigler, who has covered wildfires for this network for more than a decade. Kirk Hi, Good morning, Rachel. So we know that the forests and the brush the grasses in the West. Are extraordinarily dried out because of climate change. Kind of remind us how we got here. Well, right. There are a couple other big things going on here that we have to consider. And one is that we've also spent the last century stamping out wildfires and we actually continued to do this today. It's just the few that get away that are in the news and Healthy forests need fire, and what we've gotten ourselves into is what the experts call the wildfire paradox. So by doing this, we're actually making the problem worse, because now the forests and the brush lands are overgrown and in this really unnatural state, So you add climate change to that mix, and it's the worst case scenario that we're seeing. Right now. We hear the U. S. Forest Service often referred to as the Fire service because so much of their budget goes to fighting fires, not actual forest management work. But hasn't the federal government and individual states haven't they made some progress in doing some prevention work? Not very much. You know the people who say the government isn't doing enough to manage these for us, to some extent, have a point. But a lot of that actually comes down to funding. If you're spending all of your resource is on trying to stop wildfires from burning in tow whole towns, then there's not going to be a lot of money left over to do the things like The thinning projects that prescribed burns. The plan burning Forster Andrew Sanchez Madore has been keeping close tabs on this where all the states are with their prevention work. He heads the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University in California. Oregon. Treatments that they've been implementing for years haven't really been at this scale that they need to be to cost a wind driven and climate change is exacerbated, isn't Some of this has to do with money, he says. And the lack of a really big, clear national strategy, But it's more complicated than just blaming the forest Service or the firefighting apparatus in the country. Or, frankly, is the Trump Administration likes to do try to just make this about logging and logging on Lee. We are now seeing those these fires. They've destroyed whole communities. It doesn't seem quite adequate to call them forced fires anymore. I mean, these are burning up residential areas, urban settings. That's right. And here's where things get really messy on the West Coast. In particular, there's been this huge amount of development into the forest that you say there now very vulnerable. The burning, especially with climate change. Now, in some cases, people have to live in these places because it's the only place they can afford. But regardless all these subdivisions, these new towns are actually becoming the fuel that's helping make these fires even bigger. And local building codes are still pretty loose. Kimiko Barrett I talked to about this. She's at the research firm Headwaters Economics, and she told me that county's still don't really have any disincentive to stop this development because of one big reason. When you look at when a wildfire does occur, it's the federal government that comes in and pays for that suppression cost. So there's this inverse fiscal incentive on what is happening about local scale versus who's actually paying for the wildfire cost. So basically local communities they don't have to pay for the cleanup. The federal government does it, so they make money when these developments keep getting built. Exactly And there is no disincentive like she says, because they know the federal government is going to come in and pay for the suppression and the cleanup. But at some point you look at all of the disasters happening at once. We're in the middle of hurricane season and We're not even really a TTE The peak of wildfire season in California there is going to become a point where this just isn't going to be sustainable anymore.
White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"
"AA couple pointed guns of protest is unlikely to face charges, Law professor says, And it was funny because Rob sent me the story. I recognize the law professor's name because he was one of my law professors. When I was in law school back in the early two thousand's. Now you actually have that your law degree is from ST Louis, right? Louis University? Yeah. John. Ayman is the guy's name, and these two are being vilified on by the way. The ri. This is really important because the ST Louis Circuit attorney Kim Gardener, she is a really radical person, and she is It appears dead set on trying to find something to charge these these two with But your buddy, the guy who and by the way, you're such an upstanding citizen, a man of the law. How could this guy be anything But right, John Ayman said. This quote They have the open carry laws in Missouri that allows them to have their guns in public. We have the castle Doctrine says You can defend your house and your lives and your property and we have the law that says you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat. So Here's pretty cut and dry right there. These two did nothing wrong and the McCloskey's told the protesters. Hey, you're on private property and you're on a private street. Now people log on privacy. It's all the time and Professor Raymond said that does automatically give the home of the right to threaten you with a weapon. However. If the anything were brought against homeowners, one might consider something like assault because you'd have to because you have a protester there. And what happened was the protesters broke down the gate. And trespassed on private property. Now it's one thing to just be in the subdivision looking for home. Hey, I'm going to Rob's house for a cookout or whatever, because it's fourth of July, right because it's like an open subdivision, which you can walk and you see these all the time they're all over central Indiana. There's nothing wrong with that. But a gated communities a little different, right? And even if even if you were let in the gate You Congar to the house that you're going to and you know, And you and your fine though the problem here is the fact that this was not the case. This is a case where protesters tore down the gate. And went on private property. And the McCloskey's Who, by the way, both attorneys too, By the way, you guys are everywhere. Yes, we are like Roaches got all over the place. They said Hey, you know, they have no idea what these people were going to do when they're going to attack their home and under the No. Was real off in the castle doctrine. You can defend your house. And your property and you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat because whether going to go run indoors and lock the door and have the protests got to know you don't get to do that. All right. So we got two clips here. One is from Tucker Carlson last night, And this is Mark McCloskey talking about what happened a little play by play and the fear that he and his wife felt for their lives. Take a listen. Well, Chuck, you gotta You gotta understand my house sits right on the edge of a road called King's Highway on our private places. Portland place where my wife and I were preparing to have dinner, maybe 70 feet from the gate. By the time we looked up, we saw that the march is coming down. King's hiring getting loud. We looked over at the gate. And there's no police. There are private security wasn't there. Nobody's down. I look over and my wife and I see all these people outside the gate and the gate bursts open. People start coming in and then Ah, flood of people start coming in. They're angry. They're screaming. They got spittle coming out of their mouth. They're coming toward the house. And you know I'm June, the second of this year, the protests in downtown ST Louis went violent instantly. People looting and violence and writing. I watched on live TV, the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis. From the moment the first window is broken. Throughout the looting process. Call. The fire was started and then tell the fire fully engaged the building. And nobody came that entire time I looked over my wife and I said, Oh, my God, Er, absolutely alone. There's nobody here to protect us. But there is the same night Retired Police captain David Dorine was murdered. When I saw that mob come through the gate With our rage and there and there. Anger. I thought that we would be overrun in the second. By the time I was out there with my rifle. The people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I'm gonna low wall that separates the house from from my front yard. And so I was. I was literally afraid, and that within seconds they would surmount the wall. Come into the house, kill us burn the house down and everything that I've worked for and struggled for for the last 32 years. Tucker. I lived up what? Sigler's County a nice secure neighborhood 32 years ago, we moved into the city and took on a project or a storehouse that nobody else wanted. And you know where we were urban pioneers in those days and we've been there which sense working hood to build and maintain the same clothes and this and this very historic neighborhood. I did. I saw it all going up in flames in my life destroyed in an instant, and I did what I thought I had to do to protect my heart, My home and my family. That was Mark McCloskey willing Tucker Carlson last
"sigler" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"And then here you are since you've shared with the world what you've been experiencing and about your or about the MS just that. Now you're now talking about motherhood and you're just like an open book. Yes I feel like I talk too much. Sometimes I feel like if a way too much out there but it's it feels good because it you know I think like we realize we're all here doing the best we can. We're all here in this one. Lifetime like having a human experience in in doing our best together and like I. I'm not embarrassed by anything. I'm not ashamed of anything were were. It's it feels so much better to communicate and have community from being honest and vulnerable and I found. There's a lot of strength and power from being vulnerable. And I know there are a lot of women to who can relate to everything that you've been through and so nice to have a voice. Yeah because others that maybe have been diagnosed with MS or lyme's disease or even struggle with motherhood. There's so all of that is a lot and so to have a voice is really nice and the one thing that I ran into recently though that also then the lesson from it became empowering that like I I shared. I was doing some interview or something and I was sharing something and I don't know what I said where I was like. I'M NOT GONNA feel bad for myself. I have every excuse to stay in bed you know and say. I want to do anything but like I. Don't I choose to push through and get up because that's my personality but also because I just I'm a fighter and I got hit with like a bunch of messages and people with MS being. What if you don't have a choice about getting out of bed and how dare you say this and I was like I felt terrible and it was like. Oh my God. He did not mean to hurt anyone's feelings. But then I was like you know what this is my story to share it. Just I can't I can't bear the responsibility of representing everyone and their versions of the story. I can only speak honestly about mine and how I approach my life that being said Lake I would love to bring awareness of the disease and I'm a face of it but like I can't feel like I have to represent every single version in every single story and it. It was an empowering moment because like I said normally I would be like completely bogged down in devastated and like responding to everyone so sorry I am sorry if I did feel like. Anyone felt offended or misrepresented my only job is to represent myself and my family as well as I can. We'll end. Ms Looks Different for so many people. Of course were any disease any. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. It's a completely different experience I know you've talked a little bit about having just from reading interviews you've done about having good days and bad days What what do those look like? Well good days. Bad days is more emotional. The symptoms are pretty much the same but the things that I deal with most is like Specity so from going from sitting to standing especially if I remember one position for a long time. I almost feel like an electric. Like when I'll get up. It's like an electric shock. Goes to my body and super tight. Knit kicks me like a minute to kind of get my body moving so like when I met restaurants with friends or like when I got up from sitting here with you guys like always get up when the bill comes and kind of like move around so people don't have to wait for me and it's annoying that I have to do that and sometimes I can even be a little embarrassed but it's just the way I have to do things To live an independent life you know even when we went on that bus trip together might one of my closest friends. Mingo is with me and she just knows that like when I got off the bus like she'll just grab my arm to help me until I can you know. Get my body back It went went down to the to Tijuana about humanity in organization. We've talked about on this podcast before and it's a long day it. Is you go all around the city to Shelters and visit with people and play with kids. And you were incredible. It was actually the first time we'd really properly met. I did not know this about you. I didn't not know anything so I all I remember. I was just complaining and Jabre away about like my own trials and tribulations and in just but But it was a beautiful day it was. It was a fact that you you did that and I love it. I can still do that for the first symptom I ever got. Which is something. I don't deal with as much anymore. Although even after two kids it's harder was and it was a terrible. When have in your early twenties was bladder incontinence? So it's Kinda like the common denominator amongst women with MS is. You literally can't hold your bladder so if I tell you in my twenties when I'm dating and like having to wear depends a lot of time. Like it sucked. It really really really sucked But through medication and like physical therapy. I've able to get a hold of it but you know on work on sets and things like that like it's been an issue and I've had like quote unquote. I'll call them like accidents and they're incredibly embarrassing. And when you feel your body betray you like that and you feel like you're like an old woman in like twenty-seven-year-old body it sucks but and I remember feeling like with dating. If it would be it would be really affecting and I can tell you. I've dated a lot of different types of guys and they've all like not of them ever made me feel bad about it way to go man go what one thing that. I've really learned throughout the love and compassion. That just the human race can have for people you know like peace giving guys that. I would assume or like a total asshole. Just so awesome and wonderful and it's it was a nice lesson to get along with the struggle. You know Yeah and then I can't run. I haven't been able to run since I'm twenty six some thirty eight now and that Sachs. It's like the one thing like when they meditate or lake. I fantasized like just that freedom in that something that comes into play with parenting. I have to if I take my kids to a park Especially with the older one not too much but the little one. It has to be gated so that I can just relax and know that if he runs off which he's a Bolter That he'll be safe Things like that that or you know. There's times especially when my youngest when I started to have anti I didn't have any till he was three Like he wanted to go to the beach trip with his friends and like that type days. Hard for me. He is Affects people with ms like being indirect heat for too long like your legs. Just start feel really heavy and you get really weak and so I had to send him off with his nanny. That day and that sucked I would have loved to been have been there but I don't want to have him miss out on an opportunity because of me up I never wanted my ms to slow my kids down and I used to really worry about that. But at the same time my older one has shown such beautiful signs of like getting lessons in. Lake Compassionate Awareness. Like when I I told you I get like Steph from sitting so when I would drive him to nursery school drivers like twenty minutes. And we're in the car pool and get out and kind of move around and go to get out of his car seat to walk in and I remember one time. A car was coming he goes. Can you wait my mommy? Slow in Lake grabbed my hand. How does he when he did this for? Oh my God I know and Hidden. I just went in a trip. Just the two of US Dominican Republic like just us which was like a huge thing for me to go on this beach vacation. Just with him. Held mayhem up and down the beach and took breaks with me if they need it like did puzzles on the lounge chair. When after we swam a lot I was like mommy needs a break before we move onto the next activity and it was just. It felt so good that I could do that. And have that time with my son but also that he was so wonderful and outfall. And that's why we talk about our kids all the time. Did you tell him that you know he knows you're slow? He knows the extra time. Does he know that it is called? Ms Guys I mean. I think it's just like come up. Slowly over. Conversations are Koby. Why is Mommy Ever GonNa go to the doctor again? Or why do we have to go to New York for mummies doctor things like that? And in those times. They'll be like well. Mommy has something called. Ms And it'll be like is that why your legs don't work good knows like yes and like every time. I go to the doctor. He's like is he. Fixing you now Mike. I hope so. That's what we're working on. So it's it's sweet little one little one doesn't really know much about anything still anything beyond garbage trucks and like do you find that it's changed the conversation you've had with friends like do you find that friends all of a sudden start to realize like Oh. Maybe I shouldn't complain about my body. I I don't want I never want my friends to feel that way like I hate when they're like. I shouldn't even complain to you and Mike. No please please do not do that. But you know something really special for my thirty seventh birthday. I came home from like going to dinner with my husband and our son. The baby was like sleeping with at home and I got into my backyard. All my best friends were there and sitting on like blanket so they candles and snacks and I just thought it was so sweet. I thought they were just coming to like have a drink for my birthday. And my friend Ryan who is Like a spiritual coach in. He's one of my best friends and just like an all around. Incredible human was GONNA lead a meditation for like everyone's intention for me for my birthday and would it ended up turning into very naturally. Was everyone went around in a circle saying what I meant to them and it was the most profound moment of my life because what they all kept saying was like we wish you could see yourself away. We see you like my friend. Nikki was like who is like a big party. Or She's like. She invites me to coachella every year and every year. I say no because they don't WanNa slow them down to only reason I say no. It's not because I don't WanNa go like I don't want I don't want to break up. Your guys is fine and I truly mean that. And she was like Jamie. It would be a privilege to carry you on my back. That whole fucking weekend like just to have my friends take that moment for me and say all that was just truly one of the best moments of my life and you know. I I wish everyone could get that at one point in their life because we it's not just because I have a mess that I deserve it. We do you know to be able to see ourselves through. The people that loves US IS REALLY INCREDIBLE. So my friends yes. Oh like. Sometimes we'll say like hey complaining but I really really make it known like we are all going through Shit. We all have stuff like. Please treat me as normal and regular because I am like my. Ms Doesn't define me and it's not everything you know. It's it's it's not has.
"sigler" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Dreamed drink now. Danny Danny I see. There are now Sopranos Conventions Happening Lynn. Sigler ever be interested in attending one. It's not that I was like. He'll be interested or not. I was working when they had this first Sopranos Con. I just feel so weird. It's just it. It feels very removed. From what the show was like it being like this like critically acclaimed beautiful piece of art like not to save like comic con in these things are like not honoring like great great work. It just doesn't it's for you. It doesn't compute. I get you. I just think that for me. It's like it's a chance for people that never meet. You told us just have a blast and here how much they love. You can't just very uncomfortable up against like me being like I don't give a shit about the no. No that's that's I respect that one hundred percent so people just not. Yeah I don't need to be paid to be like like a spectacle wavelength feels awkward to me. Your Mind Lisa ask at this point in her life is MSN major part of how she sees herself or is it just a piece of the puzzle. That is Jamie Lynn Sigler. It's it's definitely major part and that's what I'm trying to figure out how did have it not be. It's impossible to not have it not be right now but I'm trying to have it not be Raj. My wife and I dealt with some negativity from friends and family. After we decided to stop breastfeeding our Sundays of health issues. She was dealing with. I remember you being more vocal about having a stop breastfeeding because of the need to get back on medication for Ms. What is your advice for current and potential MOMS dealing with the stigma? Feeling as if you're supposed to breastfeed your child as long as possible. Look to Amy Schumer. She just like put something out about how she was like. You know what this is not feeling right for me and it's not right for my family so I'm GonNa stop and like God. She's just so fucking awesome because like this is our first Rodeo and she had the wherewithal and like the self love and awareness to be like not not for me and my baby's all right and I'm not gonNA feel bad about it like you. All this. Like guilt is has nothing to do with all the other chatter. It's all on you into if you a fed baby is a good baby. So you know you've got two things for me you're GonNa give me your dope What is it your dope? The lulls? Yeah I need to know what doc you're using and I'm GonNa come on your podcast. Podcast is called again Pajama Pants. Pajama Pants is the one. That's twenty. One episodes in and having a blast at Dr drew on Bob. Saggy Momma said so you can listen to both or podcast. Look if you love like idea. You're gonNA love her after this interview listener stuff man subscribing you know support man these people these folks here who subscribe. They're they're so loyal they really awesome. That's why do you call them things. I like Well you know. I usually try to respond as much as I can. It's hard but You know the the Patriot thing that that part of now it's easier to just kind of like. Oh Hey name for them. Rosenbaum's yeah the bomb squad at the.
"sigler" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Going back where you were Jersey. That's right thank you both got watching other type. Bravo ugly Christmas Christmas sweater. Can I ask you another sopranos question. F texted. Who Do you think died too soon on the show? Oh Jackie Junior. I was so sad. I love their little love story and I felt bad angel. H facebook deloris Laurus wide. Sigi follow you on social media. I'm I don't know I don't like I have no idea. Youtube were writer. Dai Yeah Yeah we were. Do you think she changed since since the show ended. Maybe it was an accident. I don't know accidents. We have accidents. Evelyn wants to know. If you've I've been in contact with Ramona's and squashing your beef at Bravo con now. See her next week. Wow like we have an event together me in my Ramona. Like I can't have you heard anything about the Sopranos Prequel that's happening not a part of it But I've heard some stuff about is going to be pretty amazing. Wow Yeah I can't wait to see it. I can't wait to see where you watch. Of course of course course all right okay. Good I mean unless payers like a vendor pump rose reunion American. That's all right. Tonight's shackle goes to. Dolores is boyfriend David for hanging.
New wildfire threatens Reagan presidential library in California
"Another round when German wildfires in southern California is forcing thousands of people to spend the night away from home this time in Ventura county as in pairs Kirk Sigler reports it's one of five major fires burning in the state the easy fires threatening thousands of homes and seamy valley about an hour's drive northwest of downtown LA the flames threatened to encroach on the hill top Ronald Reagan presidential library incident commander Chad cook says firefighters are making progress protecting the library but winds continue to be a problem in other areas closer to neighborhoods the fire out flank this very rapidly today pushed by those forty to fifty mile an hour winds we did experience gusts up to sixty five miles an hour this morning which made long range spotting very very dangerous those spotting embers can ignite new wildfire sometimes miles ahead of the main
California firefighters race to contain fires as winds pick up
"Firefighters got a brief respite from dangerous winds fanning major blazes burning across California Tuesday NPR's Kirk Sigler reports the crews are now bracing for another extreme wind event it's expected to hit coastal areas of the state through Thursday in West Los Angeles thousands of people are displaced by the Getty fire which is burning in the heavily populated foot hills to the west of the Getty museum LA mayor Eric Garcetti urged the public to be patient and cooperative due to the extreme conditions in the forecast people will not be returning to their homes this evening you should prepare for that now because of those extreme wind events we're going to see maybe winds up dust as much as seventy miles an hour the dry off sure Santa Ana winds are again in the forecast through Thursday scientists say they're being pushed west to California to do the extremely cold air stalled over the Rockies Kirk Sigler NPR news Los
SoCal boat fire death toll jumps and several still missing
"South Carolina tortoise are preparing something California that is authorities are preparing for the worst as the death toll is expected to pound from a diving boat accident. the Associated Press quoted the Coast Guard as saying that death toll has risen to at least twenty five with nine still missing and feared dead and Paris Kirk Sigler has more the charter boat the conception had thirty nine passengers and crew mostly scuba divers it sank early Labor Day morning just twenty yards off of Santa Cruz island which is about twenty miles off the mainland when the fire broke out several crew members were on the deck and were able to escape most everyone else is believed to have been below the deck a sleep and possibly trapped it's not yet clear why they couldn't be rescued authorities say there's no reason to indicate any foul play and according to the Coast Guard the boat was in full compliance with safety regulations it's now sunk some sixty feet in the ocean or dive teams are coming this scene Kirk Sigler NPR news
"sigler" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"Of make Spidey famous again. I'm sorry and late. It's embarrassing Spencer always makes us late. And I feel like this is my first time to make us late. You haven't excuse. I haven't if anyone gets it is up. Yeah. Okay. Thanks, guys. Good. So today, we have two amazing guests on one. I'm a huge fan of. Oh, watching sopranos watched everywhere. It's amazing. We have Jamie Lynn Sigler. And then Spencer actually went to school with our other guests jennif- Harris. Yes. Yes. Across roads. Not the best speller or reader. You're doing a good. Yes. Mercury. Still in retrograde. It's. We just had this astrologer you guys should try. She gave her number. We should get our whole charts like together and separate. And it was very interesting, and yeah, she brought up mercury and everything like that kicking my butt big decision. So the twentieth. Oh from what I hear for of what okay of late don't make any real like don't buy a house right now. By anything by any? I just wanted to boot. I should've had you bring like a feel good crystals. You're gonna buy one. He's just going to end on. Yes. Such a good mood. You ladies have your own podcast. Very successful podcast. How did this come about? You wanna tell sure so Jenin I had a lot of mutual friends. So I'm not obviously, not from LA. But when I moved here, I just made a lot of like local friends one of them being meal..
The Rotterdam Film Festival: Champion of the avant garde
"Film festival has been showcasing the challenging the fresh on the unconventional treasures cinema has to offer. It has a reputation for being the most serious and of film this year is no exception. It's director says people are hungry for something which is different from the ordinary something that gives them the question rather than the answer. Joining me now from Rotterdam is a film critic Tara Judah welcome back to multiple twenty four. Tara. Everyone says it's a serious film festival. What does that mean? That's a great question. I mean it serious insofar as they take films seriously. But actually, I think there's a lot of good humor in good fun in the festival as well. This year, there's been a lot in terms of the themes around feeling so it's kind of hashtag feel I f f and the idea of that is to kind of look into how we relate to human stories through the feelings that cinema can give us absence has been a really. A big theme. So there's been a low around kind of spy themes surveillance. What happens when the state's watching knew when things on there who stories don't get told whose voices a quietened? So this year the theme really has been I guess serious. But also playful I would say there's a playful element to the festival as well. Is there any intention that any of these films our ever intended for the mainstreamers is this the Sigler celebration of of of the margins of cinema. Actually, I think the festival does really well is straddled both of those extremes. So they do have the kind of big films in the sense of Brady Quebec's new Volks looks which stars Natalie Portman, you know, there's the new Clinton e film highlife, which has got Robert Patterson, and it said, they're all some of those big headline films here. But it does also look very much to the God. And I think what the festival does very well is to champion the God. So it's moving from cinema as a mainstream form of entertainment all the way through. To it's kind of more moving image, gallery installation. And that's another thing the festival does is that it also has installations alongside the film program. What I found fascinating is it this film festival has been around for nearly fifty years. How is it managed to sustain so long? I think that's a great question. And I think some of these festivals reading they really do have a legacy and part of that is to do with the fact that they all building and identity Rotterdam really does have its own identity. Like, you say there is something about how seriously it takes cinema. But also how much it's willing to champion films from all across the world. So even though, you know, there's been, you know, obviously American films in the mix as well as fantastic remaining film. I do not care if we go down in history as Burian, and that's a really amazing title, but you know, the films that you wouldn't necessarily get to see in other places, and I think a lot of programs critics and film fans know that if they come to wrote to them they going to want to something that they might not see elsewhere. So one thing tower that if you didn't get a chance to go to them, but you fancied. Enjoying something from the festival. What would you what would you recommend we try and help out? So I would say there's a couple of films that are just absolutely must not MRs. I've I've just seen a fantastic Swedish film called CoCo de coca. And this is a kind of fairy tale nightmare, which I really do think. We'll get picked up internationally. So I think that will be a chance to see it. And it's all about the kind of cycles of grief, and how they descend into the innocence of hell, it's absolutely hilarious. But also, really frightening mixes Joan brilliantly, and I'd say definitely lookout for
Changes in brain scans seen after a single season of football for young players
"To KCRW good to have you here on this Friday morning. The situation out on the roadways looking a lot quieter than it did yesterday. But we do have a Sigler. That's just popped up. This is in Long Beach, southbound seven ten to the east ninety one three-car crash there. And they're now saying that that transition road could be shut down for the next hour. It's on the south seven ten to the east ninety one a little bit of good news out of the Newhall
"sigler" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Hockey now that it's amazing because cutter Lenny baseball and now Bo hockey, however, vogue it in the frigging hockey. We'll cut our loves the kings. And my dad loves the Rangers like die hard ranger fan. I we got hard ranger fan. So Bono's all the rainbows been into more ranger games than he has king games. I like when we play I'm always Henryk the goalie like, but. Close. He's he hasn't mcdonagh jersey. You know, like, but he he skates. He takes skating lessons because he's not for yet. But when he turns four he could join the little kings in jet. But he's he's great. I me it's amazing at me. Like, I get him in the gear. It's it's. If you're really going to be a hockey mom. Yeah. You've got to bring back the old Jamie Lynn Sigler from back in the day. You know, the accent that you change like the dual the dog, and I want you to be screaming in the stands come on. How come on knock him on his ears? So funny he sets him the other day 'cause all we do all days either play baseball or hockey or some maybe ninja superhero between. But then it's always back to win the other two. He says we, hey, mom. I was like, yeah. Are you going to cheer really loud for me when I'm in little leagues? And I'm like, yeah. Am I going to say, okay? I know where he was going with that. Because I don't know if he understands like how to be embarrassed yet. But I was like, yeah. Yeah. I am. He's like, okay. Just checking. Because I saw one of your tweets talking about what's in terms of what a hockey mom does. I was looking for like they don't make like undergarments for him that little like you mean, like the ones ease the ones along John like no I wanted to get him like under like he likes drama like under Emerson. But I ended up somehow like it was like a loophole in like the website. It was like a secret door that I open that I found like the toddler size, and it was like a freak because I've checked many cold my goal where he had under his pads. I want him like worm. Well, here's the deal. Within about I've used to have them in like a down coat underhand and his coach Dave was like, yeah. Jeremy within minutes added up because he throws himself into the boards. Like, he just like he wants to like be like he the only way he learned how to skate was if the the the his skating coach like put him in the bench in like called him at like everything has to be like a game of imagination for him. And then he then he gets pumped up to go. So I don't even want to ask. What do you have next? What's going on because you're a mom? And isn't that everything a lot? Yes. But it's not even a book he will years ago. You did. Oh, I do want to ask you something. Because I had the span the sandwich, and we're fun. We're you know, we play for fun, but we were playing in Germany and this three city tour Rolex southern rock eighties influence where like certain music, but it's we love it. We have a good time. I know that you record album, and then I read somewhere that you were embarrassed by Sombat. Why would you be embarrassed for something because most people don't fucking do? Anything? They don't they won't do it. Because I it's not unlike a Broadway singer like it just like wasn't me. It was like trying to fit in at the time of the Britney Spears, whatever is like a pop album, and it just it was like I was in the middle of shooting sopranos, and I should have been doing like cooler things in like one of the songs on your album, call cry baby goo oh God..
"sigler" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"It was dumb dog from the movie Anne, and I really feel like saying like dumb dog. Pretty sure there's a video floating around my house somewhere that my mom needs to convert to to DVD you were on key euros on key. Yes, I started taking singing lessons and stuff like that. And then my first show, I did was Santa music at the plaza playhouse a lead. Well, I was one of the kids. Oh, yeah. You were child could you please main couldn't play the governess? That'd be real the hills are alive. Yes. That's it. That's the one. Would you sing that? Now, the lead the lead Dora me and stuff like that. Right. So you started doing this in your mother's like oh my God. This Jamie, Len. Yeah. Wasn't Jamie Lynn Sigler, then it was always just Jamie Sigler, then she was told Jamie, Sigler them? And so he started taking these classes, and you were singing, and I was I was doing good. And I started, you know, getting some leads in plays. And but I really feel like even when I started sopranos later in life not too fast forward to. But I I really feel like I got such a balance of a normal childhood because I was still in high school on Long Island while I was filming sopranos like I didn't ever feel like uprooted from my normal life with my friends while I was seeing if this career would work out for me, and your mom was she puts you at all she was not pushy. She was very supportive. I mean, I mean, she drove me around everywhere. I mean, I did summer stock theatre driving eight hours to the theater in Pennsylvania and driving me dishes all the time, and sacrificing, you know, fortunately, my brothers were five and eight years older than me. So by the time, I was like eleven twelve you know, they were in college and senior in high school. So she could do all this kind of stuff with me. But yeah, I mean, I think you know, she gave up a lot of our own time with my dad and just our own life just to see this dreams. And you think as a kid you're just alternately kids are more confident so confident what happened to that confident kid that I was like. Thousand percent a few any audition. They'd be like can you go on toe shoes? And I'm like anything. Sure. I know it'll be like mom Gamito. She is I'm gonna fake it. And I did. And I got it right now, if someone said to- shoes, Jamie Lynn fuck, you know, fuck right off. Yeah. Negative now. You're you're dad was a real Jew. Yeah. Like, Sephardic Romanian. Yes. Yes. You've been. But my grandmother is Romanian ju-. Really? Yeah. And I don't know I'm bad. Ju I'm good you in that. I hate Nazis share. You know, we all should everyone everyone in general every general, but I grew up in Indiana. Once we moved from New York, I went to Hebrew school for about a year. And I went to Indiana. My dad didn't like the the rabbi there, and that was it. Right. So I don't really know about religion that much now when Tom Arnold, and my friends invite me to say, I talked about this before in the podcast. I scared. I don't know anything about the religion, you grew up pretty Jewish. I was about midst foot. Bummy? Here's something from your Hof Torah. Ruhollah tall. All right. That's great along share. On me. Call me. I did sing every Russia. Sean at might temple for a couple years after my bought mitzvah, but we were somewhat reformed. I guess my mom converted to Judaism in order to marry my dad like his she loved him so much. He said I'll be a Jew, but the deep down she didn't really like it. Well, she grew up like super Catholic in Cuba. I mean, it's very different life. But you know, I to birthright when I was twenty six which was really cool, and what's birthright Israel between the ages of eighteen and twenty six and you have any any Jewish blood in you like at all you get a free trip to Israel when you sign up, but it was an incredible trip. And I feel like that was probably the most the most I've ever done to honor my Jewish heritage was doing that trip. And I just went to Israel a couple of months ago again. But I don't know. Here's the thing for me..
"sigler" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Pawn. Listening to inside. Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. I used to see my son look like Susan Boyle. And he was little Mark gosh. She's so cute. Now, look like. Not nothing in Susan Boyle. Why don't you hate when people are always like, oh my God, look at my baby. And you're like holy shit your babies fucking ongoing when he came out. I I looked at my husband. I was like, you gotta to be honest, man. I hate when my friends are like, hey, what do you think of my baby cute? I'm like, I closed my eyes. I mean. Hi, we're here with Jamie, Lynn Sigler. Thank you, Jamie. For allowing me to be inside of you today. You come. Thank you for being. Well, let's see how it goes, Jamie. Lynn sigler. Lynn now, I know there was like this fad. I don't know if it was a fad or if it was like this this time period where everybody started using their middle names, Sarah Michelle gallon. I think I came in that time. So you is that the reason you went with the middle name to be perfectly honest. I was only like fifteen or sixteen and my mom was making those decisions at the time. So she thought Jamie Segler is kind of boring sweetheart, thanks. Let's go at the Jamie olym- bar or act. I mean, I guess I can change it. I mean, it's really up to me. But I would Ajay me like an anytime. I go on a new set or anything. They're like what we call him me, Jamie. Please Jamie land just feel so formal, Jamie. Lynn could you come on that please. Wait, my hair's. Not ready. Exact no, you're you're not like that. At all. No, Michael, Owen Rosenbaum say doesn't work because my name so Jewish and so long that I just wanna get through because what's your name my rose. Mom, will you have enough syllables? I guess they Jamie sigler's like felt like it ended too soon. Maybe you think of it like a movie this summer, Jamie. Lynn Sigler is right. That's where my mom's our. If they were like this summer, Michael Owen rose in balance. Way too long way too many seconds of that preview to should have gone. With Michael Owen, Owen, Michael. I think Michael Rosenbaum was perfect on the.
"sigler" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"I'm gonna get a bunch of my friends and I'm gonna put together a benefit for my doctor and his stem cell research. And so he can have a compassionate program for those that aren't necessarily in the FDA approved section. I want to raise money, and I think I've so many friends come in watch. I have so many friends are so talented, they can sing, and then it gives me an opportunity to get up and sing. I wanna do like either a one night or something where we can all get up on stage and I'm, I'm getting on it. When I leave here. I have a couple of phone calls to make him do it. I love that spoken word. Yeah. Listen. Terry said to me when I when the kids were really little and we moved on to Orange County. So like four kids and seven years, it was like I did a pilot every year. It didn't get picked up, and I was like relieved in depressed all same time like that whole thing. And the thing is he used to say to me was like if you'd crystal ball and you could see that two, four, seven, whatever years from now you're going to be doing x, y, and z would would you be upset? Would you be nervous? Would you be anxious or would you relax relax, but I couldn't do it. I was not good at it. So I would tell you, you have to trust in the fact that everything that you want to do is all out there. Keep putting yourself out there but also enjoy your family because there's nothing wrong with that and you can do vote. They might have so little and fortune to have been in a show where I don't need to work right now. I'm still able to like my husband's working and he's doing great and I'm financially well. And so like I can still put my kids through school and have our great holiday. And then when they're a little older, maybe that is time for me to like sometimes I think like maybe this is the universe is way because my kids are so important to me and I am. I struggle with not being there for them. Maybe this is like a gift from the universe of just being like, you can still work here and there to remind yourself and keep yourself shar. But like before you go back fulltime maybe maybe Giacobbe five. To listen to the universe. I think the problem is when we pushed the universe, look, if you said, if you like said, okay, all I care about right now today is being on a show, it's only care about and then some show came up, but it's an hour long, something in your onset for fifteen hours a day in Vancouver clover river. Then what? Yeah. Yeah, you're right. But it doesn't have to be that either. It could end up being like a half hour show. That's a nine to five job. That's right in your backyard. And it happened for CBS Radford or seconds. Right. And then all of a sudden it's perfect. So you knew what you you just keep putting out in the universe. You keep moving forward and just trust comedy or drama, because I know you love compost for. Would you. Yeah. I mean, I think I I've done I've really only done comedy really since sopranos. I think I would like to see. I find humor in drama like that's where actually feel like I'm funniest is when I'm doing drama because you always try and find the humor because it allows audience, it's what makes things relatable mix make things, you know they get attached. I think. I mean, I love comedy, but I don't know. I'm going to pick drama. I'll be looking like, I'll be writing something tonight. We're going to report. Thank you guys so much for being here. Tell on social media. Jamie, Lynn, Sigler on Instagram and Twitter. Jamie l. Sigler Atlanta's everywhere. Come follow me, but not really. Don't really show. I love you guys. Thank you. How are they? They are like the cutest things ever you want them like your best friend. That's what I, you know, just pluck that from my brain..
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"sigler" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Where involves the boards involved sigler's involves code words about communication and then different things will mean different different everything's different things depending on what kind of what kind of play call he uses a lot about series like this'll be live on pass plays run plays if i'm specials that kind of thing so but the the picture boards in his system typically will tell you which go to look at or can be a directional term we've talked to a couple coaches and players who all actually sort of said the same thing about coaches consulting players when it comes to favorite plays installation and saying oh on third and seven plus what types of plays do you like between the twenties or something like that and across the board everybody says they coaches we'll consult players because they want them to run what they're most comfortable with does that sort of carry over to communication methods coaches sort of taking into account how players are best used as communicators that like sometimes experiment with you know maybe this quarterback is better with longer verbiage maybe this quarterback is better with shorter verbiage and conveying in communicating ultimately quarterbacks have to be able to either quickly or coherently tell everybody or tell some people play to communication methods vary based on player or quarterback preferences i'm not sure if method do i think that ends up being a tame function and so that a lot a lot goes into it there's obviously other players there's what kind of tempo they want to do what just seems most efficient and i think it's also hard to do that.
"sigler" Discussed on No Huddle
"Sigler not ploy thaler a the packers basically because my brothers argue the surat answer that the most alvin knows you don't answer that question i asked you say go were were i'll go flavor anybody are you working on the interviews because the football part of it takes care of itself they got the tape the measurable is whatever you're going to do on your pro day but a lot of what's going to happen on your journey comes down to what we're doing right now interpersonal communication mob a and mob in practice than his for a while i'm actually a communication major league graduated last year cool so we'll doco into this business i'll tell you that right now use that to agree to do something much more lucrative what have you done to get ready for those t meetings because you know that is going to be the biggest job interview of your life chris than lead ahead of us do a mock interviews and things like that and on they'll call us of late and i have a study in like um gms k coach's position coaches though whenever you me was snowing you know which again into you're not going in their blind we mitch increasingly mealy steinberg yes our aging theater trains one of the better he drinks i would say a row when it comes to positioning players and getting the prepare 'cause he was also are my aging when i when i came out but when you look at everything that you have to get yourself prepare for you know personality needs everything you know it's like if you're being a play caller on a defense assad in football like him shanley you mentioned the dallas.
"sigler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Foster the pair second newborn hunter while he was in hospital following past allegations brought against them because the state doesn't think that they're smart enough therese their own children they say that they're not there designated not intelligent enough to care for them their own children any safe and proper manner and it's not abuse they're not abuse of they're not neglect they're not neglectful they said after taking a required i iq test the data air exact lara scored a meagre 66 and for bringing either mama's seventy two they say the iq of the average person ranges anywhere from ninety two hundred and ten and they said zeigler iq score categorized him under the mild intellectual disability range wealth for bringing was extremely low to borderline range of intelligence now for bringing his father raymond said he and his wife were acting as the primary caregivers at the time because he believed his daughter did not possess the instincts to be a mother she had been were has been working as a grocer to help provide for her family side your was unemployed sigler is unemployed due to his health condition and this is i think the one their advocate it's a board member of healthy families of the high desert advocate her for the couple sureen hagenbach said that the decision to place their two children up for adoption upper topchian lacks substantial groundwork and and may even actually be more detrimental to their family as a whole hagenbach said that they're they're they're saying that the the this couple that they are intellectually incapable and yet there are no guidelines by which that are going in order to make that judgment and and i think they're advocate is right because what they're saying is that well if the kids are in foster care than d foster care is able because you know they they they said that apparently the steep believed that the foster care is better for the children because you know they can provide the kids with a better education and they're you know they're they're more financially while off at cetera in the advocate rights era the advocate stated to the court if we're going to get on that train bill gates should take my children because there's always somebody better than a.
"sigler" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"You're listening to other eu road world please welcome jamie lynn sigler faint great how are you i'm good i'm so happy to have you here i i didn't get to see the last time i saw you which was that the race to race him as a facts right i know it was a large events but i i didn't get to see you know but you were fabulous saying keo gave an amazing speed shanke so much and you like that jetted off to israel i did i left the next to the next day had flew to new york dropped my little went off with my parents and then went off to israel that's amazing yeah so we do your husband didn't go with you to israel he cut in uh he was working okay so it was myself lance bass has husband michael and my best friend from high school carli on the bully all right well i wanna get there wasn't your first time in israel but we'll get israel but are so i want us grow back loafers won't i met i w i met you on watch robins ivory pregnant and bo is now four and a half had no hope before the end of august four at the end of how yeah time i feel like we might have met i guess woman had to have been a little bit before now because if i was able to travel rai hobby like in may or june yeah sinn fein ucf fabulous thank you you keo so obviously a people know you've you've been working forever but you became theme is from being on the sopranos and that was a at what was that like being on such an iconic show did you are very young did you realize how iconic that shows no i mean i was sixteen i had really just done musical theater up until then i'd really never even been on a film set before besides like a tiny role in like some small independent film that was like half a day of work so everything was brand new to me and when a nationally i heard about the addition i assumed it was musical which is why i went.
"sigler" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"It's delicious can we we had a really good time knows a good trip gun very very good uh i'm so excited jamie lynn sigler is coming on the show today she's awesome uh but before we get to that let's do oh let's your beauty tip you okay so my beauty tip of the week is how does shampoo okay dominant teach everyone a different way to shampoo okay because i've been reading about shampooing recently because my hair such a disaster with the color and all that and i'm gonna give you a different way to do it are you ready a good way to do it i know what i'm going to try this and let me know we think i you condition your hair i k on the ends hey okay it fills in the cubicle so khun did get a get your wet and then you put conditions on your ends only wash it out then you go to wash your hair and you only watch your scalp okay don't put shampoo through your whole head of hair just in your scalp and massage and dunkel like in circles and stuff because you can really tangle your her that way just massage it in and then rinse it out just once no to shampoos unless you have crazy thick or crazy long hair hung just ones and then put your conditioner in from like the middle down never in your scalp kazkah make your your hair greasy middle down and then like clip it up and let it sit while you wash rajoub legs wherever else you're going to do and then let it be the last thing that you are shadow see condition twice.