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459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

01:36 min | 23 hrs ago

459: Spanish GP Qualifying Report

"Qualifying day in spain. And it's an absolutely incredible one hundred pole position for lewis hamilton. An amazing achievement finance another pole position for mercedes. You have grabbed po at this track. Every essence twenty thirteen newest will be joined on the front row by max stopped with three hundred between them whilst battery blocked us and charlotte lock will be lining up behind on the second bar. We didn't see top three improving on their final runs with how much actually don't want at the exit with an ultimate corn by didn't matter as neither the stop an off as managed to improve that times either charlotte did manage to set personal bests in his final lap with alpine of estevan splitting ferraris. M p five and call signs behind impe six daniel. Ricardo bounced back from last weekend's qualifying finishing seven fastest beating saggio perez. Who spun at tom fatty on his last. Run and ricardo also out qualified teammate. Landau norris who came in p. nine. The top ten was rounded out with finanza alonzo and notable absence from keith rate was gasoline who despite looking quick in key. One was eliminated in q two for the first time in twenty twenty one and he will line up p twelve tamara in-between the aston martins launch. Tro and sebastian vessel antonio g. of nazi came. Mp fourteen ahead of mr saturday. George russell mp fifteen who again managed to make out key one and in doing so we saw. The elimination of yuki sonoda was quite the surprise about quite straighted team radio. Finally we had kimmy ryan. Mp seventeen ahead of schumacher nicholas fiamme nikita miles

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CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

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00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

"And Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are calling for an immediate pause in the use of Kobe 19 vaccines made by Johnson and Johnson. There have been six cases a rare blood clots and people who received the vaccine. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The White House insists this won't slow down vaccination efforts. In a statement. White House Covert response coordinator Jeff Science says the FDA and CDC announcement quote will not have a significant impact on our vaccination plan because of ongoing production delays. So far, Johnson and Johnson doses only represent about 5% of vaccines administered in the U. S. In addition, he says, the government has secured enough doses of Fizer and Moderna vaccines for 300 million Americans. Zion says they have enough of those vaccines to keep up the pace of three million shots and arms every day. And, he added, they're working to get anyone who had been scheduled for J and J quickly rescheduled with a Fizer or Madonna appointment.

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Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration

"The Bind Administration has secured agreements with Mexico and Central American countries to fortify their borders. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It's an effort to slow the tide of unaccompanied minors trying to come into the U. S. The number of unaccompanied minors showing up at the southern border of the U. S is on pace to set records, and the Biden administration is struggling to keep up. Tyler Moran, special assistant to the president for immigration set on MSNBC's morning Joe that the administration is working with Mexico and other countries. We've secured agreements for them support more troops on their own border. Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala have all agreed to do this. That not only was gonna prevent the traffickers and the smugglers and the cartels that are taking damage with the kids on their way here, but also to protect those Children, she said. The administration is also working to speed up its ability to process the Children and teenagers. And move them to safe places awaiting disposition of their

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Biden to Unveil Long-Awaited Executive Action on Guns

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden to Unveil Long-Awaited Executive Action on Guns

"My from NPR news. I'm Korova Coleman. President Biden is expected to issue executive actions intended to reduce gun violence. One action will regulate certain weapons kids bought online that don't require background checks. Another would regulate certain equipment that effectively turns pistols into a kind of rifle. NPR's Tamara Keith says Biden will also today nominate a new leader for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. His choices. David Chipman, He's a senior adviser to the gun safety group Giffords. He was also an A T F agent for 25 years and a top choice for gun safety advocates. This role is important have filled because you need a Senate confirmed a T F

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President Biden To Take Executive Action On Gun Violence Prevention

BBC World Service

00:56 sec | Last month

President Biden To Take Executive Action On Gun Violence Prevention

"Announce several administrative actions to reduce gun violence as NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Biden was under pressure to act after to mass shootings. Last month, Biden is expected to announce the Justice Department will begin the process of regulating so called ghost guns, weapons kids, They can be purchased without a background check and are hard to trace when used in a crime. President is also expected to nominate former A T F agent and gun safety advocate David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Ah White House officials said These are first steps and Biden will continue to urge Congress to pass tougher gun laws. Gun Violence prevention advocates are praising the nomination and expected executive actions, while a top congressional Republican called it an attempt to trample Second Amendment rights by executive Fiat. Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS Federal health officials

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Biden to Take Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | Last month

Biden to Take Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence

"President, Biden said to announce several administrative actions to reduce gun violence as NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Biden was under pressure to act after to mass shootings. Last month, Biden is expected to announce the Justice Department will begin the process of regulating so called ghost guns, weapons kids, They can be purchased without a background check and are hard to trace when used in a crime. President is also expected to nominate former A T F agent and gun safety advocate David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Ah White House officials said These are first steps and Biden will continue to urge Congress to pass tougher gun laws. Gun Violence prevention advocates are praising the nomination and expected executive actions, while a top congressional Republican called it an attempt to trample Second Amendment rights by executive

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Biden to move COVID-19 vaccine eligibility date to April 19

WBUR Programming

01:06 min | Last month

Biden to move COVID-19 vaccine eligibility date to April 19

"With an average of three million covered 19 vaccine doses a day now being administered in the United States, President Joe Biden is set to announce an accelerated timeline for all adults to be eligible for vaccination. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The president is visiting a vaccination site today. First president Biden set a goal of 100 million doses in his 1st 100 days in office. Then he said he thought 200 million was achievable. Now, 75 days in Biden is set to announce 150 million vaccine doses have been administered with millions more going in arms every day. The vast majority of states have already expanded eligibility toe all people over 16 years of age or will do so soon, and Biden is shifting another goal instead of all U. S adults being Eligible to make vaccine appointments. By May, 1st. Biden will move that toe April 19th. This is all part of what has been a consistent if unstated strategy of under promising and over, delivering in an effort to build confidence in the government's handling of the vaccine rollout. Camera. Keith NPR NEWS The White House.

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Biden to unveil infrastructure plan, kicking off 2nd major legislative push

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | Last month

Biden to unveil infrastructure plan, kicking off 2nd major legislative push

"President Biden will make a pitch today in Pittsburgh for his enormous infrastructure spending plan. NPR's Tamara Keith reports it would provide more than $2 trillion for some of the nation's most vexing infrastructure challenges. With the economic suffering brought on by the Corona virus Pandemic Still raw President Biden is pushing forward with an infrastructure plan. It aims to create jobs and reach underserved urban and rural communities. The plan goes beyond roads and bridges and includes rural broadband, replacing lead pipes, upgrading the electric grid, enticing manufacturers to coal country and repairing damage done to neighborhoods cut off by past highway projects. White House proposes paying for it over time by raising the top corporate tax rate to 28% unwinding part of the tax cut pushed through by former president Trump and Republicans in

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Biden to unveil ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan

Morning Edition

01:26 min | Last month

Biden to unveil ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan

"Later today, President Biden will unveil his ambitious $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Make his pitch at a Pittsburgh facility where aspiring carpenters take on apprenticeships that often turn into union jobs. The plan is going to focus on physical infrastructure, bridges, roads, sewer systems and expanding broadband. Among other things, Biden characterizes it. As a jobs plan that he hopes will transform the economy. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith is here with some details. Hate him. Good morning. So what's in this plan? What do we know? They're calling it. The American jobs plan is you guys said about $2? Trillion, You know the transit bridges, roads broadband into rural areas. Also big spinning on the electric grid and sewer and water systems. You know, think about what happened in Texas earlier this year or what happened in Flint, Michigan, trying to avoid those types of things. Upgrading housing, schools, hospitals, Ah, lot of focus on union jobs and helping underserved communities, both rural and urban. You know, it's specifically talks about trying to entice manufacturers to areas affected by a loss of coal jobs on Del Ping address racial inequities by reconnecting neighborhoods that were cut off by previous highway building. This sweeping proposal is only part one, though next month Biden is set to propose investments in health care, child care and

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Gun Control Legislation May Have to Wait

Morning Edition

01:29 min | Last month

Gun Control Legislation May Have to Wait

"Biden's first official news conference, He made clear what his top priorities are the pandemic and infrastructure. And he said gun control legislation may have to wait despite Biden's outspoken history on the issue. NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. What did the president say? And perhaps more significantly, What did he not say about gun control legislation yesterday? Yes. So this came about 45 minutes into the press conference when a reporter asked Biden about specific done related measures that he could pursue, So this was his chance to lay out what he wanted to do what he planned to do, but He didn't really do that. All the above. It's a matter of timing. He went on to say that sequencing is a key to a president's success. And he said his next major initiative is infrastructure, broadband roads, bridges. I imagine that caught some people off guard because it wasn't just a couple days ago he was talking about wanting to push new gun control measures. Yeah, I mean, I thought I had missed something in his remarks. It was such a contrast to what he had said just three days ago when he was delivering this passionate speech, saying Action on gun violence is needed now. Don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour. To take common sense steps. Oh, save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues in the House and Senate to act. We can't ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines in this country once again, But

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President Biden calls the situation at border facilities 'totally unacceptable'

BBC World Service

01:02 min | Last month

President Biden calls the situation at border facilities 'totally unacceptable'

"Conditions for unaccompanied minors showing up at the border. He made his comments during the first formal news conference of his presidency on Thursday, and they come as a surge of migrants has meant the Children and teenagers are being held in overcrowded facilities. NPR's Tamara Keith has more. Biden pushed back on the suggestion that his rhetoric and message about More humane approach to immigration was drawing parents to send their Children on the treacherous journey to the U. S. A nine year old I'm going to send him on 1000 mile journey across the desert and up to the United States. Because I know Joe Biden's a nice guy. And he'll take care of What a desperate act. Have to take Circumstances must be horrible. So we can do something about that That's the vice president's going to be doing. Biden has tasked Vice President Harris with working with Mexico and Central American governments, Biden said the current situation with overcrowded facilities is totally unacceptable. Tamer Keith NPR NEWS The University of Southern California has agreed to pay more than

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Biden says he plans to run for reelection in 2024

Marketplace

01:05 min | Last month

Biden says he plans to run for reelection in 2024

"Toe Wayne Brown. In his first formal news conference today, President Biden defended his administration's handling of immigration challenges along the Southwest border. He announced a new 100 Day vaccination goal and said he expects to run for reelection in 2024. But as NPR's Tamara Keith tells us by an also left himself some wiggle room on the reelection question. President Biden hasn't declared that he's running for reelection or set up a campaign committee. And admittedly, it is quite early yet. But there has been a question about whether he ever intended to run for a second term, and his first press conference created an opportunity to ask and answer is yes, my plan is to run for re election. That's my expectation, and he said he expects Vice President Harris would be his running. Made on more pressing matters. Biden doubled the covert 19 vaccination goal, he said before his inauguration. He said his administration now aims to have 200 million vaccine doses administered by his 1/100 Day in office. At the current average of about 2.5 million doses a day. That goal

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"tamara" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

Podcast – Women in Leadership

06:39 min | 2 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

"I think don't be afraid to offer help And my father going back to the final He always says you know the hotter. I work the luckier. I got And i think you can do anything and now we have a time. Such huge change. You do need to be resilient on the going is tough. I know this from my own challenges and battles that we will face business in life but if there's now i think that's a time of opportunity and if you believe in yourself and you know you can do anything and i really want. I believe that for women. And i've seen women do mighty things Young old leitch remit career is so believe in yourself go for it. Fantastic has great to have strong father. I believe in the power of dodds. They can be fantastic and your sustainability. We were talking about the sustainability goals of the u. n. What is your own sustainability practices that important to you. Yes i think it's i think is really important. I think one of the things have this. I'm i'm really lucky. I have dave franco. Sean south london. She's i'm the founder plastic planet and she is at me and One of the things that she talks about is actually go for the big boys And you know yes. And i i. I'm terrified at no longer. Could ever buy a plastic water bottle wave. Even if i'm dying. I have to go to the you know. Go get a pop bottle when i have to refill it But actually she says go to the brink of so. She's really challenged me. The biggest impact with your influence in what you do with rana 'institutions female need is that you can have a net. Stop that and so one of the things that i have Done this sean. She was the flood and she's gonna go to hold panel at the summit is whose responsibility is it governments business. How do we go off to the the big boys in a big end in a positive way. And she believes you know go with. She works a lot with unilever. And saying you know how do we check creek business. This about you know your bad. It's about what let's change. So i do it. You know i've really tear fest terrified. Secondly inspired go off to the the big impacts as well as my you know my my debut sustainability on changes fantastic finance. What's the best financial advice you ever got yourself clan and plan to plan by knowing where you are. It's amazing once you stop to look into it. Even i think i did. I didn't event Emily bell from best festival than she was on a panel with me and she said go look away. You spend your money every month. And then look what you're spending it on lookers subscriptions and i was like oh goodness i didn't even know how to subscription to that. They was probably about an it. Sounds terrible because i was terrified of money and basic ignored it but i had some subscription. Didn't even engage with and she said if you could just take that forty five pounds a month and just put f- That will make a big difference. And so i think that like jump in In own it look at it and then make a plan because it will set you free. It certainly needed me. And that's so embarrassing to say that but it is the trench when it came to my everyday spending and not. Because i didn't run out of money. I just was so founded a whole ridge look at it. Unsubscribe i note. That's such a good point. Because when the when i wanted to the lockdown i did like multiple that did a lot of Clearing out and throwing stuff out you know tied up. I realized i have so many handbags and sets of shoes. That i'm never gonna use again. I thought if. I'd saved all that money now. I did enjoy them in my day but you know we do spend an awful lot on stuff. We really don't need as well. You know i agree with you. And i sat through. I used to be the number of shoe now. I just want black shoes. I don't think ever go back on. What a waste of money you can get reading is trainers to go to finish up with music. Do you like music. Do you have a piece of music or types of music that you go to when you need to yourself up or come yourself done what. What do you like music. I love music. And i have to say. Music moves moves. You saw dozen dates you when you need it most of my thing one of my saving graces through Lockdown has been my the game. The someone i've spoken so much about because he loves music and he made you know he's like money i'm gonna make i'm gonna make breakfast time with russ music i might. What is rough music. Rock music the final countdown. Which is you know if you'll day is low and you're thinking you thinking well what a great way to get your uniform on but my favorite piece of thick his Andrew o.'day rise. Up and i promise will bring the world to fade anna sheets. Something whenever i'm kind of love i listen and i think the lyrics are amazing. Rise up is out. I promise will bring the world feet. And i think that is you know again. It's just a piece of music that i play when i am definitely thinking. Come on come on. We'll get through this fantastic tomorrow. That's fantastic thank you so much for being a guest on the women in leadership podcast been a pleasure talking with you and hearing everything you have to say and learning about wealthy her and so thank you very much. Thank you so much wonderful woman. It's been a pleasure to meet you to take part in this. Oh thank you so much for your support and if anyone wants to find out law wealthy loved call dot com. You can follow us on instagram. The ten if you want any advice please drop off the note me note on any of those channels and we will help and twenty four twenty four small. She's summit. that was my guest. Tamara gillan of wealthy her. Check them out on their website. You'll find details. Their of their upcoming conference which you can attend online. She's got this global leadership and entrepreneurial summit on march twenty third and twenty fourth twenty. Twenty one you can check out our back catalogue of podcasts on our website. Women in leadership dot r. e. We're also available on spotify and apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts you can follow us on twitter at leading women pot and were also on linked in. Let us know of any guests. You think we ought to hear from women with something to say that what health others until the next time from me and jim zadie and all the team here. Goodbye and take care..

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Merck to help produce rival J&J's vaccine

All Things Considered

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Merck to help produce rival J&J's vaccine

"The Defense production act to create a partnership between two vaccine makers As NPR's Tamara Keith reports, Merc will begin producing the Koven 19 vaccine developed by Johnson and Johnson. Johnson and Johnson, who's vaccine was given emergency use authorization this past weekend has experienced production delays. With this agreement, Mirkwood retool two of its facilities to begin making the one shot J and J Vaccine. White House press secretary Jen Psaki. These obviously our two companies that are historically been competitors s O. The fact that they're coming together, speaks to the ability of this administration broadly to bring them to the table and work together to address the pandemic in the country. The Defense production Act is being used to free up vaccine ingredients and help mark get set up to make the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Sake also said the Defense Department will provide daily logistical support to strengthen Johnson and Johnson's efforts. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS The Biden administration is

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Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill passes House, but faces Senate hurdle

Ask Me Another

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill passes House, but faces Senate hurdle

"Of his covert relief package, and he's calling on the U. S Senate to act fast. As NPR's Tamara Keith reports. The measure passed the house in the early hours of this morning. The massive relief package passed with no Republican votes. All but two Democrats voted Yes, with their vote. We're one step closer to vaccinating the nation. We're one step closer to putting $1400 in the pockets of Americans. One step closer to extending unemployment benefits for millions of Americans are shortly going to lose him and as it heads to the Senate, where Democrats hold the narrowest possible majority. Biden had this message. We have no time to waste. The House bill would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, but the Senate parliamentarian has concluded that provision doesn't comply with Senate procedure. So it will have to come out. Biden didn't mention the minimum wage. In his brief remarks. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS. The

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Biden Reopens Gateway For Green Cards, Work Visas Reversing Trump COVID-19 Freeze

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00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Reopens Gateway For Green Cards, Work Visas Reversing Trump COVID-19 Freeze

"That President Donald Trump had placed a new work visas as NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Trump head cited the pandemic prompted argued that issuing new skilled labor and temporary work visas during the pandemic would hurt the U. S labor market. And so he ordered a dramatic clamp down on legal immigration. He temporarily halted issuance of green cards for new immigrants as well as visas for tech workers managers, Okay. Years and others in a proclamation revoking that policy. President Biden says it didn't advance the interests of the United States prevented certain family members from joining lawful permanent residents in the U. S and harms industries that rely on talent from around the world. Since taking office, biting his issued a flurry of executive actions reversing Trump era policies. Tamara Keith NPR

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House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week

Morning Edition

03:29 min | 2 months ago

House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week

"Trillion coronavirus Relief bill will go to a vote this week. Republicans in Congress say it is too much money. Here's Congressman James Comber from Kentucky. Congress already appropriated $150 billion in the cares act for state and local governments. And not all this money's been spent. So the Biden administration is looking outside of Washington, D. C to build their case. Here's NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. When Mesa Arizona Mayor John Giles looks out his window at City Hall, he can see the convention center. It's become a hub for those seeking help in the pandemic. And on alternating days it is people that are there too. Up there drunk and get £50 of food, putting their trump or its people. They're waiting in line to get the vaccine. So it's a pretty sobering view from the mayor's office. His city got $90 million in relief funds last spring spent it all and Giles says they easily could have filed receipts for double that. Sobering view from his office window explains why this Republican mayor is pushing hard for the $350 billion in funding for state and local governments in the bill. You know this is it's just too important to engage in silly partisan debates. Most cities and towns didn't get direct help, like Mesa did. They had to wait for it to trickle down through their states and counties. The deadline to spend it isn't until the end of this year, so some are trying to make it last as they manage strapped budgets. For months now, a bipartisan group of mayors has been pushing for more. In July. We called ourselves July or bust. That's Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democrat. Her city's budget has been slammed by the pandemic so much so that she isn't sure they'll be able to train a new class of police officers or firefighters. This year. We're not like the federal government, we have to have a balanced budget. So if we don't get a federal money, no fire class Dayton is recruiting new firefighters and police officers but may not be able to bring them on board without more money. When it comes to the schools. It's a similar story. Congress has approved about $68 billion so far for K 12 schools. Well, not all of the funds have been spent. Education officials say the money is spoken for, and they need more. In Pennsylvania Palisades School District Superintendent Bridget O'Connell says they were able to reopen in the fall. And that meant hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes and to teach online So it is a staff intensive endeavor to educate kids during a pandemic Staff aren't paid up front, which is one reason why it may look like funds or unspent. And the bulk of the money Congress approved for schools last year is just now going out. Superintendent Sean Record from Pema, Arizona on Lee found out last week how much his district can expect to get. I have a list of all you know of things that we need in order to be able to You know, provide better social distancing more safety for teachers, more safety for students. They've been open nearly full time since the fall making do with the money. They have his message to critics who point to unspent funds and say schools don't need more. It isn't a light switch. The money doesn't get approved one day and spent the next And that's why President Biden and Democrats are pushing ahead with new funding and say they can't wait for Republicans in Congress to come around tomorrow. Keith NPR news

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White House Says Vaccine Supply Is Increasing

The Takeaway

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

White House Says Vaccine Supply Is Increasing

"19 vaccine supply in the United States is increasing again. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains, the White House announced today a doubling in doses headed to pharmacies. The White House says it is able to double the number of vaccine doses going toe local pharmacies this week from one million to two million, and press Secretary Jen Psaki said states will get 13.5 million doses. This is a 57% increase from the amount states received when the president was inaugurated. So since then, obviously we have announced a couple of increases over the course of time. Asked whether President Biden, now nearly a month into his administration, owns the pandemic sake said, Yes, he does. That's why it's the issue. He wakes up every morning and it's focused on because addressing it is what's on the minds of the American people, and he's the president. It's his responsibility to focus on it, though she added that the Trump administration left them with supply problems. And localities fending for themselves.

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"tamara" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Who are less privileged. Yeah i think it's very uncomfortable because there's uncertainty in terms of the kinds of things that we may have to give up. But i actually don't think we have to give up anything i mean i think justice is not about taking from one and giving to another. It's really the fact that we don't have equal access to justice and to fair wages. One of the things that you said just now about you know doing incremental change. It's the kind of thing where i think we're framing it. In a way that doesn't lay bare that incremental change basically demand. The suffering parties have to continue to suffer at sort of like. Well you suffered all of these hundreds of years. What's a few more years. It's a kind of an insanity. But i think because we talk about it in ways that are not concrete and doesn't put it in this way it feels like there's no real harm. I only have one more question looking into the future. What makes you hopeful. Hope feels like such a privilege. I think because i study international and comparative systems. I do know that another world. Another society is possible. I do believe that we can have frank and radical discussions with each other about our experiences and ones that are intersectional and diverse but it requires bravery it requires for those of us who hold certain privileges to sit in as you said this pocket of discomfort and to sort of admit that one of the things that we are losing would be. The sort of an american idealism that was really rooted in a fallacy. About what our democracy is but we are in fact. In control of our democracy. Electoral politics is one way of expressing that and having joy in having hope but also you know. We cannot overlook the power of people's movements. And that's true for change and against change and so what we've seen is that this is a society that's made up of people who are quite passionate and if we can couple that with the deep sort of education we need about what our systems do and if we could have equity and inclusion in our institutional decision-making then we can make the kind of radical interventions that we're talking about if we don't we'll take another hundred years for black women to have pay equity and the wealth inequity will be double that time for us to catch up and do we want to live in a society where that's true and we know that to be true. I think that's where we are right now. And my hope is that we're having the kind of conversations with our friends and families and allies to move towards justice and sort of waking up about the status quo. Yes i hope that. Does this the time that we really do it once. And for all. I mean it'll still take time but that we really don't lose momentum and seize the moment well listen. Revolution is a marathon and we not do it in our lifetimes. Right the hope is and eventually we will be at a point where we can smile about equity but we can't be set back by minor losses..

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Biden to focus on nation's "crises" during first 10 days in office

Here & Now

03:08 min | 3 months ago

Biden to focus on nation's "crises" during first 10 days in office

"And now President Trump is said to be preparing a slew of pardons in his last days in office. It's not clear if you'll pardon himself, which would mean he can't be investigated and prosecuted for any federal crimes. Much of Washington, D. C is unlocked down for Wednesday's inauguration of Joe Biden and Camel Harris. Joining us is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. I town high Voice hands so chilling Thousands of National Guard troops stationed around D C. Streets and bridges near the capital in the White House closed. Tell us more about the security concerns right now. Certainly an inauguration is always a high security event. This is only amplified by the fact that there was an insurrection two weeks ago, you know, two weeks to the day before Joe Biden will take the oath of office on that west front of the Capitol, The West Front was swarmed with a pro trump mob that ultimately took the capital. For for several hours and and a zoo say there there is concern that they aren't done. Well, President Trump won't be there for the swearing and remind us where he'll be he. He is getting an early start on his trip to Florida. What we know is that in the morning he will have a send off ceremony at joint base. Andrews, where where Air Force one is based, and It is not unheard of to have a send off of some kind. We don't know how big it will be or what it will include. On Of American tradition of honoring a a peaceful transfer of power. But this transfer of power hasn't been peaceful or particularly cooperative. Yeah, And what have we learned about what President elect Joe Biden will do On his first day as President Biden in terms of policy, he has plans to sign a bunch of executive orders. Ron claim his incoming chief of staff, laid out in a memo 10 days of executive actions aimed at in part, reversing Ah lot of what President Trump did through executive action. And also going further than that. He cites four key crises facing the Biden administration, the economic crisis, the covert 19 crisis, the climate crisis and a racial equity crisis, as he puts it. On the first day, Biden will rejoin the Paris climate agreement, he will ask the Department of Education to extend the paws on student loan repayments. He will also reverse what's known as the Muslim ban that President Trump signed early on in his presidency that caused so much chaos and was thrown out in court multiple times and had to be signed multiple times on. Bees also going to issue a challenge asking people to wear masks and also mandating them on federal property and

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"tamara" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"I'm your host jurgen strauss from his. I'm really excited to welcome today to the inova buzz. Podcast all the way from toronto in canada to tamara glick who is an entrepreneur a business owner and she has a background in marketing advertising and in personal branding and style. Welcome to the another bus podcast mirror. It's a great privilege to have you as my guest. Thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be with you. Thanks for having me christina tours. Who is our guest on episode. Three hundred and seven of the inevitable. Podcast suggested that we have a chat with you on the inevitable's podcast. Big shot at christina. Absolutely.

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"tamara" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Not to use cooking allergy, but you know have chicken for dinner tonight and I haven't decided yet. How to prepare about looking agreements that I have and come up with something and. And be able to be that creative force able. So this is what we have is what we can do and I love the analogy, said about outside of the box because you go outside, the box said you're looking around your. Wasteland out here I. Don't know where to go, and then you. You grab something like this might work. Lee Turn around, and because you've been wandering around. You're going in a different entrance, so you may have left from the finest are going in via the marketing Arben. They're looking to why you hear like that doesn't fit here, so it just creates. See what you have and then once you get clearer on what you have. It should be clearer. I'm sure this works for your team does Silkair. Where are some opportunities? To bring somebody else in some expertise on that particular thing that can take your organization to the next level instead of just blindly hiring somebody to fill a role in some department. It meet really looking for somebody with this specific skill. Set at this and when organizations do that. What's amazing? How quickly they can launch new products or services or refine things that they're doing Jimmy customer demand. Could share a quick story on that because I'm Kinda came to mind as you were talking, so we have something called the everyday innovators tribe, and is basically our membership platform that help business leaders CREPE breakthrough outcomes slow at success kind of find those opportunities, and we had one woman in particular. WHO's didn't we do these innovation jam sessions? He's online innovation session or do some exercises. Exercises and she came up with this brilliant a share this brilliant moment she works at a software logistic software company, so and they get clients implement this new software teaching how to use it, and then they become kind of their customer service rights on the transportation world. And she on the Chap was saying she said you know Tamara. We've been trying to come up with this. Blue, skies solution to how to get more quality assurance and control, and.

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"tamara" Discussed on Mommies Tell All

Mommies Tell All

06:11 min | 10 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on Mommies Tell All

"Hey, guys, it's Kelly and this is jade. Welcome to Mommy's tell all. Today! We're going to talk with actress Tamara. Duarte, who is starting Longmire Wein-o-rama, herb and it degrassi junior high the next generation. Did you ever watch Degrassi by the way jade? I don't I never watched Degrassi, but I know it was like this big deal. I think it was just. I think the only reason I did. It was because like the channel it was on was like an extension from the cable that my parents got, and they weren't going to pay the extra package Yup but I knew a ton of kids did and it was a huge show of kind of our generation, and the years below us so funny I didn't I didn't get to watch it either because we didn't have cable, we only had like the regular stations, but I was always jealous of the people who got to watch it. I did however evidence were obsessed with wine owner herb. Have you gotten into I owner? It's so good. No what is it about? It's about this girl. Why known herb and she? She's not like vigilante, but she kind of is I. Don't know it's. It's a weird show I feel like you would like it, but. We got into trying to think this morning I was like winded. We watch that because we binged it so hard zoo either like. When I was pregnant with Bella or I. It was a while ago that we watched it, but. We were like hard core. You know we have watched the next one. We have Washington. We were like so obsessed. It has really good reviews on rotten tomatoes I'm just looking at it right now on my phone. Yeah like COMECON and stuff the kids a big thing I would yeah. I would definitely like it. It sounds like something up my alley for sure sci-fi s. yes, it's dark fantasy. I like on I. Love Anything Fantasy. Yeah, so does yes. It's on the also loved. Did you ever watch magicians? No, but I do remember when you guys were into that so good. Those are both so good. Also you know this is really dumb. I don't even know what I'm talking about this. Maybe because we're all just sitting around doing nothing, but are there. Any TV shows that you were like into right now. You know it's really sad is I go to bed when the kids go to bed right now so I'm watching any. Any TV I've even been missing out on the Bachelor Bachelorette. Go recaps. Yeah, shows. They've been airing every Monday because I go to bed, so if I'm watching anything, it's sadly dislike kid movies, and then tanner the next day because he stays up and watches stuff. He's telling me about all these really good movies. He's been watching. It and I'm like Dang while that's great for you. I just watched this like cartoon were monkey goes around with a wrench and fixes things in the city, so my gosh. That's been my entertainment's Charlie's back to not sleeping anymore, so that's fun. He was so good about sleeping through the night, and then he stopped so yeah, we've been watching. It's so. Nothing new evidence. I got obsessed with million dollar listing New York. I. Think we're on season three right now and there's like a million seasons and also naked and afraid. Dude naked and afraid is amazing so good. It's so good it's so dumb and good. When we were driving through the Oregon coast, and all the way down to the redwoods, and all those forests it so beautiful, but. I told Tanner I was like. You. Walk Thirty feet into that forest. It's so thick and Gerard. Naked and afraid O-. Hundred percent and just magic are card is broke down and we couldn't get a hold of anybody and we were stranded for however long. Obviously, that's just a scenario. No, what probably never happened? We would be in survival mode just in that forest and so and. I. Was you ever go on? Would you go naked? There's no way I was asking. Like, how long you think you would last on the show. And there was like of factors in that you know. Would it be abby being like the cold weather? You know like the Amazon or Africa or whatever, but He's he was like I. Think in any case I would last like the night and then I would be out of there. Even know out I don't even know if I would make it through the night. Because in the cold weather, I'd be so mad that it was so cold. Like that I know I would just be. It'd be so and then if you're in like. The Amazon has an early just get. Eaten by mosquitoes the whole time. Things and there's like lions walking around you no known. Thank you, but I think I. Need to have a bachelor version of that. Oh! I feel like everybody is just such like princesses like I'm speaking about the men as well. Oh yeah all the bat. All Bachelor People I. It would be hilarious because everyone would be complaining. Those are my two things though I couldn't do the cold because I have raynaud's. Yes, so I physically couldn't do I would lose a foot. And I couldn't do the ones where they have. Bug Bites literally on every inch of their body. All over themselves, yeah! Oh Gosh so disgusted the mosquito on the kill me, and that mosquito nets half the time. Don't even if they bring one. They're like the mosquitoes are getting through. Those don't even help. It's horrible, but it's still entertaining because it's always something so different. What amazes me is like the mothers who go on there. They have children back home, or they just had a baby, and they're like out. Naked and afraid has a good for you. And this girl got really bad period cramps. The other day I'm like how she even dealing with that and she was in. OFF shark-infested water like it was nuts. I don't know I'm obsessed. I. Feel like I'm almost done with every single season like I. I keep it on like during the day. When I'm doing stuff just to walk in and be like Oh what's happening now. What are they eating? What snail are they eating? Is it a poison?.

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"tamara" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:19 min | 11 months ago

"tamara" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Deco Tamara was dot com I am so happy birds are chirping the sun is coming into my room my mother had to go to help was some more realization thing he said the whole come back as soon as I can get get away the last time I just wow and here she is all these years later and she still feels that sorrow yeah did you know it was it was different what's interesting is her mother because they didn't obviously nobody knew there about that today atom bomb but they use the other cities had been bombed the fire bombed a hundred thousand people have been killed in Tokyo and her mother grilled dinner if that were to happen in their hometown of Hiroshima what to do a decal is likely would just ten years old and a mother had gone off on some dip the civil defense operations so she was by herself in the house and the chief said if there's any kind of an explosion did you get under something sturdy like a table or in a doorway or something so that you're not killed by the crotch of all the material and then as soon as you can get out of the house and go to the river because they will be fires and you don't want to be caught in the fire and even though she was ten and by herself and had a deep gash on her right ankle she did exactly that and that's what saved her life I don't look at one other quick thing about the book that I think that you know it's a great story about America and you know one of the things that impresses me Brian is a hundred and twenty five thousand people were working on the Manhattan Project across the country and it never leaked it stayed secret the entire time can you imagine today hundred and twenty five thousand people were making apple pie somebody would would tweet or Facebook right you know and and and I this is outrageous this is a moral you know everybody has to but in those days there was unity there was a sense of patriotism and sense of purpose national purpose and everybody was pulling in the same direction we could use that a lot more of that now yeah I mean too so that's history and now we're trying to take down history the Confederate statues came down last night I think two or three Columbus statues came down last night they're talking about renaming bases that were named after Confederate generals the nineteen fifties was Nancy Pelosi's dad who put a Confederate general might have been Robert E. Lee I'm not sure into Baltimore and now Nancy Pelosi is saying take all the Confederate statues out of Congress and I'm just wondering too as Kaylee McEntee brought up last night well should we all yesterday afternoon sure we also get rid of FDR because we had a desegregated black and white military they were not allowed to be in the same units should we also get rid of all left your paraphernalia and statues and monuments because he also had the internment camps for the Japanese Japanese Americans there's nobody can really live up to this St like history they we are now demanding of our past I think it's better statues might be a separate debate but I believe the president is right they're coming for Jefferson Washington Madison mine and mine road next I I have to say tonight I I this is market did Eric because this is a rare occasion I completely agree with you I don't think we can raise our history I mean there might be some things that we need to but the idea I mean first of all who knew that black was named after a Confederate general what black did not have a huge history it apart and our military history and you know it's a little bit like the cancel culture all these people who are getting fired now because the you know they say things like all lives matter as opposed to black lives matter you know all I would say about all of this is today you may agree with the cancel culture and they're canceling out and you know whose statue they're tearing down whose name they want to expunge from history but tomorrow it may be something you agree with or even something that you say so I think we we really need as a country to be very careful about it there's certain things that are over the line and unacceptable racist talk and and and you know I can think of all kinds of things but the idea that if somebody says Gee I don't think you should go to one of those rallies because they're dangerous because of the cuts were the culprit by retired but public health experts saying that and people are losing their jobs on radio because they said that it gets there has to be some reason and that starts to be a measure of reason and there isn't right now there really isn't we have to recognize that and stop it because they get when they come from Jimmy Fallon when they go for Justin Bieber when they're coming from mark Walberg I mean these aren't exactly right wing Reagan disciples they're coming for everybody and there's no one that can live up to some of the demand by the way who are these people you know whether it's a movie you don't like gone with the wind all of a sudden to end the war with something you did as a seventeen year old I I think that we saw this with the me too movement a couple years ago horrible horrible behavior like copy one Sam behind the one scene but it was also a lot of other stuff there but they got caught up in it hopefully that small order book congradulations on count down nineteen forty five I did see on Amazon it's killing it so you will be ranked high coming out next week graduates Chris in the special was fantastic I encourage everyone to go to fox nation watches well thank you thanks for the blog all I wanna do is I want to be in that have the same thing next to my name the Brian Kilmeade has over and over and over again New York times bestseller I want to be it's like being the host of Saturday Night Live I want to be a member of the club we have one thing in common me and you will never be Mike Wallace just isn't it it will anybody else thanks so much Chris congratulations thank you Brian I appreciate it very much back in a moment.

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"tamara" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

"Samara thanks man. How Super Cool was that conversation right? I, love it when. I have a conversation with someone who is just traveling. They journey in life and through. Through experiences in life, purpose starts to come to fruition and off I, mean often. This is the case right through just life. Life tells us which direction to go, and you know I think we often go through these Yes, G. These times in our life where we thinking to ourselves. What am I supposed to do with my life? What am I supposed to do with my life? And I think often when we asking ourselves those questions, it's about also just letting life. Unfold to present to you what it is that you know that really speaks to you and in in in tomorrow's case, this really spoke to her. It was the fact that she was always interested in self development and You know with the love for her child. These two things came together of wanting to help an often the amazing ideas come to us it. He's comes from the fact that we are actually wanting to help. Either child or help ourselves or help community and. With this coast I'm also going to be offering. It really also helps you to understand. You know what is it that you want to do in your life, you know. What is it that that resonates with you with your sole? And that's what I love so much about this conversation with Tamara. Know this this tick, so many of her values boxes because. It's about her child. It's about contributing to society. which she says is so important for her You know making the world, a better place and also self development know constantly learning as a human being is also so important. I'm saying this in the same breath of The fact that this Cole said I'm going to be offering is so reflective also tomorrow's journey because it's. It's her values that she's accessing right now. That are helping her to. To become the person that she wants to become, but it's the fact that you need to actually go out there and do it. You need to do the work. You need to write the book like she. Did you know you need to? Have the confidence to to say I believe in my product I believe in myself, and all these things are super important when you go out there and you pioneer your own life so tomorrow. Thanks so much for sharing.

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"tamara" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

"And if interested register. Early bird catches the worm, so if go and register now before the twenty fourth of May then you'll get a ten percent discount and you can use the coupon called. PUTT cost early bird. I like to get my facts before I go into anything and before I register with things, so I, totally respect. If you're that kind of person as well and if that is the case, just send me an email register subscribe general dot, com and Yeah, let's move onto the interview now with Tamara Hendy..

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"tamara" Discussed on Talk About Talk

Talk About Talk

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on Talk About Talk

"Own emotions. No our own trigger points as well. Well as for others and recognizing in others thank you very much for sharing your insights and your expertise about dealing with difficult people. Thank you for having me. I've really enjoyed all right our dialogue and I've learned a few new things dry. Oh me too thank you so there you go. I hope you're feeling better equipped for dealing with negative people. We learned two main. Do things here. We learned how to one diagnose why people are acting negatively and to what we can and should do about it so first diagnosing. The two frameworks for diagnosing. How and why people are acting negative? Are the scarf model. And the six house model as I highlighted at the beginning the scarf model is very helpful in helping helping us diagnose what's going on. When someone's being negative again scarf stands for status certainty autonomy relatedness and fairness whenever people will including ourselves believe that any of these things are under threat it can adversely affect our behavior? So if someone's acting a bit off try running through this list in your mind and and try to diagnose what might be going on the second diagnostic model that are mentioned is the six hats model which makes plain a temporary mood or even a personality nowadays tendency the six hats are different colors. Red is focused on emotions. Black is pessimism. Yellow is optimism. Green gene is focused on possibilities. Blue is focused on organizing and white is focused on information. So if someone's acting like they have a black hat. The pessimist. I tomorrow suggest a few things that you can do. You can acknowledge I. We need all of these perspectives. All of these hats including being critical and pessimistic to be productive and to make the best decisions as a team. You can also assign different hats to different people around the table or even suggests that everybody around the table adopt a certain hot all leave links to helpful resources regarding the six hats and the scarf model in the show notes. If you're looking for more now in terms of what to do when you're faced with one of these negative people at work. This is the real question that you're curious about right to marry provided several suggestions that can help us for starters we need to diagnose what's going on I just said tomorrow suggests considering I whether there's something has changed or whether it's an inherent disposition you can independently consider the scarf model relation to the person's behavior and try to figure out what's wrong once you've done some of that reflection you can also talk to the person. Yes talk a few suggestions. Depending on who this negative person is within the hierarchy Rickie of your organization are as follows. So I if it's a pier tomorrow highlighted that this is not only very common but it's also very challenging. She suggests get out of the office and talk with your colleague on a more personal level. Go out for coffee or lunch or go for a walk. Get to know them as to MIRA says once you get to know someone on a more personal level it's amazing how much better you'll work together be compassionate and empathetic and try to find some common ground. Maybe even a common goal. This all applies if the person who's being negative is your subordinate but in this case if you're the boss you can also talk to them about the resources available to the person to help them do their job job as well as the expectations and values of the organization. If it's your boss on the other hand who's wearing the black hat and who's tough to work for. Well then I suggest asking yourself yourself two questions that my dad suggested to me number one do his or her personal values and behavior reflect those of the organization if yes then you probably need to to get out of there and if no then things usually have a way of sorting themselves out and question number two. Are you learning things from working for this person. Try focusing on the learning experience in the meantime okay. Some do not in terms of dealing with negative people number one from Tamara. Do not ignore it. It rarely rarely gets better and in fact it usually only gets worse and number two. Don't go to your boss or a human resources to title unless you have three things covered a you've observed the behavior with your very own is this is not just hearsay. Be You have not been successful in resolving it on your own and see if it's escalated in terms of its negative impact and the last thing to not do when you're dealing with negative person. Do not gossip or talk to others others about it. Unnecessarily do not compromise people's privacy feedback and sensitive discussions should always be done in private. Alright two last things things that I want to highlight with regards to this topic. The first is that we are all working so hard these days and sometimes we just need to give each other. A break tomorrow highlighted. That things are are changing rapidly. Mock seven she said and it's stressful. Instead of focusing on work life balance focus more on work life blending yes of course there should be boundaries between your work and your personal life the getting to know your colleagues as humans really can help and that leads me to tomorrow's last point that I want to highlight when the going gets tough at work when things are moving too fast.

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"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

13:36 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Copyright infringement what Joepat she literally literally Sudas Duffy. The best we've ever gotten true. Joe Patchy Sues Feminist. PODCAST would be for us. Keep it going. What if he was backstage? And I plotted this whole thing. And he's my dad. My Name's Tamara. PECI A long time. I Joe Bench does a good job in this movie. Does he do biting a finger to the bone baby girl job. We don't know should. Should we talk about Daniel Stern a little bit. The other one sure Nelson. He's tall he's been there he's the narrator reader for the wonder years. Oh smart you are thank you hear Aka. I read a buzz. uh-huh that's it about. Oh yeah there's not much contributed a lot to the oral history. which indicated to me that He? It doesn't have anything going on. Because it said Joe PESCI. She couldn't be reached. I know it's not great. Something I mean. This has nothing thing to do with women or their Portrayal Chore. But I there were some things about this oral history that I thought were interesting or charming. Okay so one one thing that so. This was one of Chris. Columbus is I think one of his maybe one of his first movies that he directed he previously written gram grams and the goonies so so he had a lot of considered eighties classics under his belt. And then he goes on to be kind of a famous children's movie director specifically because because he directs the first two Harry Potter movies anyways so I guess that he and John Hughes had been trying to work together for Awhile and Chris. Columbus almost directed directed National Lampoon's Christmas vacation which we will probably some point. Because it's but then. Okay here's it's just a quote a About the time that Chris Columbus met Chevy Chase and was afraid of him so I went on to dinner with Chevy Chase to be completely honest Chevy treated me. He like dirt but I stuck it out and even went so far as to shoot a few scenes with him so basically he says that Chevy Chase verbally abused Chris. Columbus NBA's into quitting. What would have been a huge break in his career when he was like twenty six known for being a Dick Eh? I had no idea. Yeah I guess he's just like a vile man. Wow really bad guy. Siting got kicked off community to it's just because he was just such a horror four year round. is the street Chevy Chase named after. I wonder this often could that possibly be true. Is there another Chevy Chase. I does anyone remember him now. I mean I think we do but like what does a teenager. Now who Chevy Chase's it seems impossible like community like like Jeff. No He's on it for a while. How long he's in like four seasons force it? Oh Wow we got stands in the front row was he in the three Amigos he was. Is that movie good. No my husband loves of of it and I'm sorry but you're I hate that movie so much isn't like Donald Duck in that movie. Not to digress. Oh ooh there's a different version of the three cub in euros about and his various friends. Good Call I recently decided that I think the Donald Duck style nudity is the funniest style. I'm attracted to him. I think that I think that does yeah. Go for it. Just a the crop top and like his penis and again it's gender neutral because daisy does the same thing. Yeah I love no pants. Another no pants cartoon is of course. Paddington in Paddington. Wears a coat but but decent enough to cover yes. I've never American cartoon their commando. Oh speaking of Paddington. Kevin's dad is wearing a Paddington. Like duffle coat throughout the it is. It's the wrong color. It's Tan Dan but otherwise it's K- it's Paddington coat but all different colored Alfred. Molina couldn't play Kevin mcallister. Oh my God imagine in with a blonde wig. Tell me and do it. Before we devolve into this melt into the ground Do just have one last point to make sure and it's just a kind of tapping back into the discussion of family movies especially of this era. Uh and even to some extent today just so much focus on a white nuclear family unit. Both parents hetero still together. Yeah there's still married parents with white collar jobs upper-middle-class living in suburban America especially for like holiday movies. I focus on like Christian in Christmas I mean I think I like goes back to the whole family teen movie thing to just like so few movies even attempt to address anybody audio because it's just like the assumption that that is I the nor which isn't that that is like the only thing people are interested in seeing. Yeah which it isn't but everyone who makes this movie is from that background and so they you know the problem because those are also the people who are privileged enough to like make movies as in like how funding to like be in charge of getting movies made stuff like that even for like I lived in like in a blue collar family rural. Oh you know like a working class family and I almost never saw myself represented in any family movies when I was growing up and that I like folks with kids and one thing I felt I remember feeling this as a kid when it came out I was living in Argentina Tino where I was born and we were really poor and I remember being really Mad Kevin for missing vacation AK Shen right the same way. This is a different movie but the same way I was mad at the Little Mermaid four four. Not enjoying like her. See Royalty in wanting to like brochure right. Oh the concert yes because I was just like moving Enjoy your fucking trip to Paris. yeah they don't they don't appreciate their wealth when they have thank stop playing with like popcorn or whatever he was playing like go hug your parents and be happy right get it together achieve and it goes without saying that families of color poor families working class families Kids with disabilities. Please I mean still. It's very very very rare and it's also. I think like worth mentioning that when families that are not the ones that you just described are shown. It's often portrayed as tragic or lesser and it's not portrayed and that that sucks because it's like when you when you grow up in a family. That's different than Kevin mcallister family. You still have fun you still you know. And it's like it's not perfect. It's different for different setbacks that you can portray in a movie but it doesn't need to be like sad violin over. You know a family that like this. Is there life right and so it would be. It would be good to see more family movies that don't just portray families that are not upper middle class white. Why people but is also just like portraying this as like this is a normal thing in like this is like the families can be very happy when when they're not upper middle class white people if the suburbs of Chicago? Yeah for sure One thing I'll say that I think is a positive for this movie is it's an original story. That was because I feel like we're in this weird age of movies where like original stories. Getting funding are less. And unless unless everything is franchise ship but this is an original story that like super super paid off where this movie had an eighteen million dollar budget and it made four hundred seventy six million dollars and I didn't realize how huge this movie when it came out but it's the top grossing movie. The of nine eight out earned goodfellas. Take that PECI. Maybe he was re Pacione Peci like He. Maybe he was right to chew through finger. How much did she make for home alone? That was. Oh good question ballpark. I'm GonNa say what was the total eighteen million eighteen million. Yeah did she make a million. No that's crazy to go. Oh there's the disagreement gentleman I feel like as well. WHO's the most famous person in this movie? At the time I feel like Joe pesci because he was in raging bull came first in like the names that come at the beginning. I can't remember build. I feel like it's MacAulay Culkin for summer before Catherine O'Hara is super super super famous. I think it is a British mainly known for SCTV at this point. Let's see no. It just says Joe Patchy okay this is very cryptic jopacks. Yeah she has earned salaries up to three million five hundred thousand dollars for his acting. My cousin vinny was maybe maybe that one. Oh One job. She's psychic people also ask whatever happened to Joe. Aw Irishman as we speak well yeah well and he just really is baby girl last week honey. True feeble symbol. Drop in music. Right now I just have a couple things to say sure Now the famous scene in home alone when Kevin is standing in front of the mirror. He's talking to himself he's like I just took took a shower. I washed all my crevices. I used actual soap. I use prefaces. He does say revenue. Did I creep black data because he says crevice is. I don't like children's sake but he's like talking all the products he's using. Yeah use open adult adult formulas shampoo and then a cream rinse for that just washed shine and the way we see him like putting on twitter and then putting on the after shave and then he does the. Oh ooh that scene very closely resembles the scene in American psycho. Where Patrick Bateman is like looking at the mayor he's like and then I use an almond scrub and then I use facial cleanser that doesn't have alcohol because alcohol dries your skin? And then I use a blah blah blah and in any like peels heels the mask off his face and it's basically identical. I'm saying that Americans ripped off home fully agree. Thank you so much. And there's a very what I think is a very direct reference to raiders of the lost Ark when joe patchy grabs the door when Alpha million and the Tarantulas ranch. But there's sometimes different thing. Joe Patchy grabs the door knob and then has to stick in his burning and he has to stick his hand in the snow. And then there's the imprint of the doorknob is burned onto his hand. And the same thing happens to the Nazi in raiders of the lost Ark. Thank you so much. Yeah that was really good I. I have my master's degree in screenwriting. I I came across process theory. Oh yes that Kevin is dead. Where the Fendt there you said from earlier? Yeah okay I thought you you're about to say I want to hear that okay. So this is good. And it's actually written by feminist icon Errand Gloria Ryan. Okay a big fan of She wrote this piece. He's two years ago. has his home. Alone is so much better if Kevin mcallister is dead. It's a hot take but bear with me. I'll read a bit from it. I was compelled to quote in the dead Kevin version of home alone. The reason the extended family has gathered in the Winnetka House. Is that the next day. They're going to fly to Paris without Kevin Evans if they can get a little peace and quiet leaving him homeless deliberate no one actually thought Kevin would join them on the trip to Paris because he is a spirit. Whose tethered to the House Kate? mcallister is the only person who reacts to forgetting Kevin. The way a normal person would to forgetting a child her husband. Peter is oddly calm as our aunt. Aunt Leslie and Uncle Frank who try to comfort kate by telling her.

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"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Little baby. Yeah this song is latest releases called like little baby he did it. Come in twenty nine thousand nine please. Spotty by he's a singer out too little. It's it's like it's like my my little baby. I don't know it's something with the word baby. Okay that's what yeah right. Yeah I need to teach a college course on Joepat she got there. There were times in the movie where I was like finding myself south almost on the burglars side because getting back to the like extreme like walls and other upper middle class of this movie. I'm like what is a class should should steal from the rich and redistribute the wealth so I was like now. This is child deserves a josh. I found it very disturbed. I know that it's it's critical for the movie too. But the amount of like it almost begins to look kinky for them how much they love being like. Just physically there strode destroy. Would've killed them a million times the concussions. They would have died on the steps. I mean Joe Patchy has like third degree burns on his head and hand. And he's like I'm GonNa Steal this. VCR Fed kills me. It's good when did I already say that when you ropes the house before they don't even care about robbing he's looking at a kaleidoscope. Yeah Yeah it's called baby girl. Baby girl is off playing it. It came out. Oh my God it literally came out last last week this world Alpert. We may be prepared. Mommy Mommy the interest very.

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"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"You know thinking smart in the moment she's thinking strategically it's very survival based yeah. I don't know I think that my impression of this movie religious like what I've collected over the years was that his parents were like incredibly careless and stupid but that wasn't what I felt watching it like. This is very unfortunate unfortunate for this billionaire family. It's too bad the other thing. I found a bit surprising. was that because so many movies especially ones that like. I have a a young boy as the lead character the main relationship. That'll be focused on the movie would be a father son relationship in this movie. It's far more focused on the mother son relationship. Where like that seen with him? And Catherine O'Hara at the end is so oh sweet and like it's so well done by Catherine O'hara because you can like seizures like please don't remember this too much and she loves him so much and it's it warmed my heart I have another weird factoid. Go Yes mccully. Kokin still calls her mom Toria Life Weird. Yeah isn't it weird or is it nice. You're not nice. It's weird. Well I don't know it's it's something something. Wow they bombed so if no you're telling me Makaay call thirty nine years old goes on the set of Shits Creek just to scream and he says mom O'Hara looks like what I'd like to think this is exactly what happened. I Hope Avenue all I hope he drops in constant he just calls to say mom and things thinks that is very I mean. He's so little in this movie like it's been man and like so I mean I mean I'm this is not a hot. He's very talented. So good I was getting I saw Joe Rabbit recently. The kid in Judge Robert Rabbit reminds me a lot of MacAulay Culkin in the same like. You're like wow. This kid's really got something kind of way. But like he's so talented especially because it's like a kid hid having to carry an entire movies now easy task. Yeah and like really the only thing they had to go he was in a different John. Hughes movie using uncle. Buck doc right in like a pretty small role and I guess I read. There was a if you love this movie and are interested in the production of it. There's a really good oral history. The of it that was like collected by John uses son that like he just talked to everyone who made the movie and I guess that they auditioned like three million. In addition to it was a lot of kids and like John Hughes who like I listen to our other episodes of John Hughes movies because we you don't love him but for the purposes of this movie I don't really care. Sure yeah he was like it's gotta be MacAulay Culkin and Chris. Columbus was like Let's see let's see what these other tip to happen boys and then it still ended up being in because he was that good was this his like breakout. I think I I think it was like this was his first starring like starring starring role. And then we get other classics like the page message. Master micro came later. Yes yeah couple years after that. He's he's a star he's a star and saved and he calls Catherine O'Hara mom he's Dr I I. I don't know I love it. He's great i WanNa talk a little bit about the things that Kevin Decides to do while he has no parental supervision. It first. He's doing like normal kids stuff like he's jumping on the bed. He's eating junk food stuff like that. But then over the span of I suppose a day or so he comes of age. I don't know what happens. But he's like I have to go out and buy a toothbrush and I have to make sure it's been approved by the American Dental Association and also I have to go buy groceries and use coupon while I'm doing that and then he does laundry and and then he washes the dishes. He does all these domestic tax clear. Yes we never see boys or men do. Those are only relegated to girl and and it's not made to be a joke and he's just like I'm I'm in charge of the house. This is what I do. But then there's also this weird thing where he's like. I'm the man of the House now. It's ridiculous regular for me to be scared. I have to protect my domain. Okay hot yourself a yourself a break. You're eight years old and Joe Pesci. She's trying into kill you my dream I wake. He overcomes fear of the furnace to he. Yes yes really does because the furnace talks to him at the beginning and then it stops talking. He's scared. I was also scared of that furnace when I was a kid. It's very scary. Would have been and scared. Yeah I didn't even register that as as him doing traditionally feminine tasks he just like. I'm the any has like this. Very kind of sweet allegiance to the House. He's got to protect the house. I gotTa do this. Combination of traditionally masculine and feminine trips. That are all sort of. It's similarly to defend his house. He uses a mix of household appliances like an iron and feathers and Chris. What do they do those mannequins and feathers were there? Mannequins had cannon is that Catherine O'Hara's character is is the breadwinner of the family. And she's like a very successful fashion designer. Is what I choose to believe. I like to think that Peter Likes. Thanks Man Yeah. He is a mix of like household sold items and also like a BB gun and a blow torch. Kinda thing yeah He's doing it all. There's that moment where the bags break aac while he's walking. He's walking with groceries. Yeah and it while re watching it that seemed got me because I have a frustration of errands in in just lifting as we all do but that really I related. Yeah he knows what it's like to the grind grind. The one thing I felt was missing from the movie is there is no cleaning up montage at the end after the burglars have been arrested. Because how there's tar there's a glue we're relieve Kevin Kaleen that all ended all up by himself and put out milk and cookies and put put up. The tree. Did the stockings all that stuff. So good I would've liked to see ending. Montage that Kevin Kevin did though. I think that was an important thing that we missed and Marley helped him for sure. But then that that increases the secret also so let's make sure there's no trace good so weird one thing that I mean this is so there's so little talk talk about in the way of women but Kevin has two sisters yes they should on him relentlessly. I liked that in this montage of every kid in the house is like Kevin Zala loser. He sucked there was no discrimination in terms of gender in terms of who thinks Kevin and sucks because I feel like a lesser movie would be like you would have like female children be like no. It's okay beverages like fuck you. You're you're the worst shit and he's like you know. So I I liked and I felt that the the girls were given the superior burns. Oh sure they're competent called what's up with that last cheaper. She's educated. The realist burn. Yeah I don't know assume what why that though that was that choice. I'm like oh she. She read three pages of a book. Emotive Y so I I liked I mean obviously I wish that there were more and the choice this of big brother over a big sister you know that you can kind of make it that way you will but I I did like that. It was an equal opportunity Dump on Kevin Montage Taj at the top Yup appreciated that.

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"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"So we're like what this is actually like. John uses least problematic automatic script. Probably because there's no women drew right so then Kevin pretends there's a party going on at his house using using a bunch of mannequins that his family has for some reason and Michael in a cardboard Michael Jordan was in buzzes. What a fun Party Party Class I want to be invited David Lynch short that was a Michael Jordan cutout and a bunch of men so the burglars are tricked by this but eventually Harry figures out that Kevin is indeed home alone? That's the name of the movie and he loudly exclaims that. They will come back that night at nine. PM and Kevin. Here's burglars do. Yeah so Kevin makes a Christmas wish that he wants his family back and he goes into a church. He talks to his neighbor. Who isn't a scary murder? After all all right which is like a year like the lesson is if you are afraid of an adult. You should talk to them by yourself. Unclear on that right but the old guy ends up being very nice he does so. Meanwhile Kevin's mom has made it to scranton shot out to Pennsylvania and she is now getting arrived in a moving truck with a Polka band. That John Candy is the clarinet player for shoutout to clarinet. S- no but there's really no place for the whole Polka band. Ridi assure you know high clarinet visibility. Yes yes and that when we do respect that we do so Kevin Returns home where he definitely left the doors unlocked so the burglars could just walk in at any time by the way and then he booby traps the whole house. He's icing entry ways he puts tar. You're in Gulu different places little toys that hurt when you step on them and then the burglars come back exactly at nine pm sharp. Just like they said they but they slipped on the ice and there's an iron in this phase but they're so determined to get into. That's what I guess. VCR's heats the money right. It's like in fast and furious. One of the whole thing is like st the DVD players. That's a good highest for this specific span of three three months. Yes so you know the burglars are encountering obstacles but they finally make their way in. There's a tarantula they trip over a bunch of stuff and they're like I'm GonNa get that kid but then Kevin Zip lines to his treehouse and gets away. They're chasing after him but then they catch him. But then Kevin's neighbor. The Nice Guy has not a murderer comes in and saves the day by bonking. The bad guy with a shovel and then the cops come they arrest the burglars and the next day is Christmas and Kevin Wakes up and he's like my family. Are they going to be here. And then they're or not but then his mom shows up but then none of the other families there but then they are and everything and then we're like okay now. I know which ones were the siblings in which ones were the cousins. The that's also. Yeah no well it ends with the old man wax the burglars with a shovel. And then he and Kevin Mega silent pact to never talk about it. He does not report it. Did the police say a word and then they exchanged this look at the end. That's it's like don't like who does it. Benefit did not tell anybody now. There's burglars on the loose but whatever you think. Kevin had trauma after this would have had to. I hadn't trauma and I was just watching and then there was home alone two. Yeah trump. What a Yikes? Yeah Eh. This story for home loan one there you have it Jamie. Why would you join me backstage for a minute because I have to tell you something? Oh my gosh. I'm so sorry everybody I don't know why she's doing this walkway eight Lynn. What we're safely backstage? I can tell you about hellofresh. Oh my gosh. What a relief I know especially because I think that Kevin mcallister could've used hellofresh subscription subscription when he was home alone and didn't have easy access to food? Someone was delivering hellofresh to his home. They would have found in that he was the good point. Makes you think Kaitlyn we both used hellofresh shrew. I am such a horrible cook but with hellofresh I was able to not feel that way and I had. I had several delicious meals. So did I. I got the vegetarian option in and is cooked the meals up. It was super easy. The recipes that.

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"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

15:50 min | 1 year ago

"tamara" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Tanzania. Hello Welcome you have my beverages O.. EILL two of them go urinate on the stage. Please I like to think of the venue as as your litterbox really nice. I I was just together. I'd I'm getting a cat and I was like I. People should have litter boxes. It's way smarter. Did something really terrible and embarrassing. I think the other day I would. I peed on my dogs peapod standing. What was the motive? I don't know sometimes things like that. Make me feel alive. Oh Oh you don't like you weren't like about to have an emergence you're like like oh I can't get to the toilet and time Caitlyn's really trying to find the rationale. I had to walk farther to get OK p than to the toilet you if you wanted the P.. I totally get that impulse. Being standing up is beautiful. I understand Toxic Masculinity every time I pee standing up. I'm like Oh this is ben about okay. Why also why can't well? I guess I don't know. I just think that there is away in which women could stand up. Have you ever seen. There is like a complicated funnel that was on the market for a bit that I was like. Maybe I'll do I owned one. What does it killed okay there for camping so it's too waits on necessary? Like how long is it like a tube. I think it's a funnel with like a little skinny penis at the style in all right now now well all learned a lot so far here okay. Yeah there's just like no way. I'm not going to be in the litter box at some point. Please text me I will so you see what clump edge. We get. We'll figure it out but okay so wants to die. Okay okay I just I mean speaking of p home-loan my right. No one pete be sure there for a while Dot p the whole two days. He's home alone but then the other argument is we should have. I've seen him peeing which we should know so you know the Ping is implies tomorrow. What's your history your relationship with this film I? It's one of my favorite or it was one of my favorite movies until I just watched it earlier this week and I was like when I was a kid. I think I saw as like a documentary because I just realized today. I've had weird trauma about getting burglarized when home alone and I. I didn't know why I still have that. I blame it on the movie. Like a goofy burglary or a scary like an actual of okay and then I was like it was so goofy Yes that's what I thought when I saw. It must week doc but it was scary when you were a kid. It was scary. And it's and it's still a trauma have of being alone and like having people break into my apartment. I talk about it in therapy all the time and I I don't know I don't want to blame the movie but like kind of weird that it's my favorite movie. That's my biggest thing. I mean it just goes to show. How influential film is which is why we need this? PODCAST CAITLYN are. What's your history with the city? I grew up up with it hard. Whatever that means like I was four when it came out in nineteen ninety but I think I'd probably saw it for the first time when I was like five five or six watched it steadily dozens and dozens of times throughout my childhood? Probably till I was like eight or nine or so and then I was like I'm older than Kevin. Fuck this movie. Now I gotTa Stop Caring about it at some point and I hadn't seen it since then. So it's been a solid twenty plus plus years since I had revisited and does it hold up. I was surprised that the movie does a lot of things to justify like why they would have forgotten Kevin at home like they do try really hard to get back to right away. I didn't remember any of the I was like his. His family doesn't even notice he's gone except for that one part where Catherine O'Hara is on the plane goes which is a cinematic moment like it will go down in history. Gray is horrible that when I was watching them forgot him like it makes sense. Well there's so many children there how do you can trout million and they all look alike. Yeah within two inches of height of the same child and then she sent him to the dungeon the host the addict. I'm like you know what as someone who like. My parents did. Forget me places like once or twice in ways that I feel like we're more careless than Catherine O'Hara but yeah so I have A. I watched this a lot as a as a child but no not at all as an adult. What about Jamie? I didn't grow up with this movie. I don't know why I was like I just I. I was on the phone with my mom today. Okay and I was like. Why didn't we watch home alone? And she's like it's Dorky. Oh I know I thought it was a lovely romp when I watched watched but I don't know my mom thought it was Dorky so we didn't which is weird because she has horrible taste everything which anyone who listens the pockets as well aware of but but what the movie I watch a Jillion Times was the Jim Carey grinch which my mom is like now this is film which by the way Jamie. We should at least spend a little bit of time discussing what you're wearing it it's a it's a holiday episode guy. We're cheese as I wore reddish color. So I'm in the holiday. Spirit L. tasteful actually traditional winter solstice outfit so. I'm actually doing a really good job. I'm in white representing God of course head to toe seriously like we really have some father son. Holy Spirit Cheese on stage here you decide who. Yeah I just. I didn't grow up for this movie And now I was Kinda bummed out because when I watch it I'm like oh I wish I had. Yes Oh it is. It's a beloved movie. Yeah it made a bazillion dollars at the box office was an instant smash hit thought. It was Dorky. So what year did it come out. Nine hundred ninety. Okay so I was it born in eighty three. How old was I can't do basic seven? Okay you're like the perfect age. How old was Kevin Eight? Oh okay yeah yeah you try and then I think Macaulay Culkin was nine. Yeah right well well we drama camomile represented here seven eight and nine talk about progressive. All right should I get into the recap. Let's recap it masterpiece here. We go so the mcallister house which is somewhere in the very wealthy suburbs of if Chicago is full of people as they all prep for this holiday trip that they're taking as a family to Paris which Good for you rights. That's rich. They were Ridge very rich and it does not really go addressed. How rich they are but which win? The pizza calms at the beginning like one one hundred fourteen hundred fourteen dollars a nineteen ninety weights. They're billionaires. I know that's crazy do so. They're leaving for this trip the following morning and then we meet Kevin Macaulay Culkin. This course he is whiny he's causing trouble. He doesn't auto aww packages suitcase like. He's not like the other kids. He's a precocious. Yeah but his family is like Oh man. You're so helpless bless. You can't do anything for yourself. And then his mom Kate Catherine O'Hara and his dad. Peter played by John. Heard we we meet those characters. As we meet Kevin's brother Buzz WHO's on buzz on 'em buzzes? Tarantula is creepy posters and in his Playboy magazine that we find out he has eight or on. Okay carefully a former employee. The worst about me. I worked at hooters so I get it okay. True true story but it was as a delivery driver then that is one hundred percent it also true that is the fact about much so buzz tells Kevin about their neighbor. This older man named Marley. Who says is known as the shovel slayer killed his whole family with a snow shovel? So Kevin's really scared of him now. The the family sits down to dinner. which is hundreds of dollars worth of pizza? I like adjusted for inflation. Does anyone have a ballpark of how much that would be eh. I pulled up the converter and then I was like I don't want to know I. It is too much ten thousand. Ten Thousand Rosen American dollars. I lived in Argentina when this came out so for me it was ten thousand dollars. Argentine Basil is worth Shit. So so so you're like Oh. These people are fucking million billionaires. How much is pizza cost? That's so confusing so so the family. They're having dinner and Kevin gets in a fight with buzz and everything it's spilled and his whole family staring at him being like you idiot. Look what you did. His uncle really lays into him really what is online. He says he like a look. What you did you little jerk? He really hits Jerk Sohar and silence. Yeah Frank was cheap. Also I'll go. Yeah he would not pay the pizza boy. Who is high he he? Wow okay. He's probably a teenager not now live he's like fifty years old now. Don't persecute tailender Ron. I'm so sorry so then there's also a cop just inside their house notices the cop so like okay. This family a love cops unclear love that he's like standing there. and He talks to Kevin's dad saying like. Hey just be careful. There's a lot more home burglaries around the holidays. Like I just WanNa make sure you adequate home security. Like how rich do you have to be for the police to show up at your house to be like. There might be crime at some point. I it's like they're you live in Chicago like go. Do some there are. Yeah so and it's Joe Patchy and it's Joash. She raises the reason why I picked this movie honestly a really head. I'm I'm obsessed but it's dark okay. I cannot wait to get into it. Oh my God so Kevin's Dad's don't worry we're going to Paris we've got alarms like everything is fine and then suddenly Joe Patchy flashes gold tooth and this cop seems sketchy all of all of a sudden show you show you no one asks to see his badge and that's They not to victim blame. But it was not victim blaming blend with the whole family should have been merged. Then Kevin's mom sends Kevin upstairs and like quit causing having trouble you little shit. And he's like family suck. I wish you'd all disappear so then the following morning the family is like rushing around to head to the airport because is everyone slept in because there's a power outage or is like a big Jillian kids. There's so many kids right. But there's a lot of kids right and they but they all slept in so there's chaos and they forget about Kevin who is sleeping in the upstairs dungeon and they accidentally leave him behind now. Kevin Wakes up and discovers that his family has gone and he thinks that his wish was granted. And he's really excited about it. He's jumping on the bed. He's eating junk food. He's watching trashy movies. And meanwhile outside I two burglars are casing the House and one of them mm is the cop from the beginning. Joe Patchy she joe patient like that his true. I'm here on Weei his character's name is Harry and there's also marv that's Daniel Stern character. They go to break into the house because they think no one is home but then like Kevin sees them lurking outside so he turns the light on and scares them off. Meanwhile Kevin's mom is on the plane. I Clarence class. But they keep like couching it by being like it's the other guy he upgraded us this like mysterious uncle and it's also like the end of the eighties. It's technically nine hundred ninety s and you're like he got this money in a bad way right. Oh for sure. You're like this reeks of like dirty eighty Wall Street. Money definitely yeah. They did not earn that vacation. But this is when we get the moment Kevin's MOM IS I. She realizes immediately in like so. We have to get back home so they landed Paris. They're like calling the police being like. Can you go check on Kevin. Nothing's really working out. None of the neighbors are answering and the phone online doesn't work. That's another thing that they said up. The phone isn't working at their house right before they leave because job of cutting off all reasons. Listen I wanna see dystopia home alone. I think that's just the movies sky fall. Remember how sky fall does a home alone thing. Think yeah okay. So Kevin puts his hands on his face and goes. And we're we're like really happy moment. I forgot that it was an aftershave thing. I I was scared. I'm like damn marketing so tricky and then he goes out to buy a toothbrush and he runs into the neighbor that he's afraid of and then he runs into the burglars who have just robbed a nearby house and now both parties are suspicious of each other and Kevin's like when those guys come back. I'll be ready for for them so he knows that they're burglar some house. They almost hit them with their car. which I also got here? Yeah who wrote talking more John on here.

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"tamara" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tamara" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Seven o'clock hour from seven eight he'll be on with us so tomorrow morning. So if you want to listen to Bob or talktime or ask him any questions be sure to tune anti thirteen hundred the zone Tamara and Bob will be with us, and you can ask him any kind of questioning, Colleen. And by the way, this segment we're trying to get hold Jeff. I think he's hunting right now. Duck cotton are he's running across the lake in a boat or the base Eric's says now, we didn't find it. So. The answer machine. If y'all wanna call give us a call and that number is eight seven seven three six six five four eight three gives call. It's a toll free number. I want to jump in here and visit a minute eight seven seven three six six five four eight three this segments open 'cause well Larry wash and he he well, he's imagine. I just hope nothing happened. So many things that if you add in the pasture. Maybe turn, you know, twisted a. Ankle or fail or fell off? Anything? So I hope nothing serious happened. That's what I'm worried about. 'cause Larry has never known it for years, and he's never know showed us. So that's been tribe and texting him and he hadn't answered back. I don't know. I hope nothing serious happened. Hope he just got his phone off because he saw big buck yesterday, and he's out there hunting. So larry. Gave him if you can find him. But if anybody wants Japan, eight seven seven three six six five four eight three had a great show, so far we've talked to Bob Lesquin. Bob will be on with us tomorrow morning. On AM thirteen hundred.

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"tamara" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tamara" Discussed on LadyGang

"Hey guys it's your lady gang jack van kelty night and becca tobin thank you so much for subscribing on itunes and thanks for supporting the great sponsors who make it possible for us to have this much fun with you every single week for for ru i don't know if he has but recently the late again was featured in people magazine because we have such good style and to be completely honest i barely styled myself and elena styled me but anyway i need talk about things so one of the things that we actually after two years of doing this podcast had no idea that we had in common was our love of the shoe brand tamara mellon and we showed up and we all had a tamara mellon hsu in our bags so how funny is that now you might not exactly understand or recognize the name tamara mellon but you will recognize this name jimmy choo that's right tamara cofounded jimmy choo in the nineties so she really knows about shoes fast forward to twenty sixty and she launched this namesake brand and support for today's episode comes from luxury footwear brand tomorrow mel when we love them so much you can check out the article at people style and see becca myself and jack all rocking a pair of their shoes the shoes are handmade in italy by family owned factories both out the six time retail markup she creates the best shoes for better price direct to you they're really cute they're really stylish they're certain shoes that you've seen on celebrities on every red carpet the really comfortable and most importantly they're really high quality so if you're someone that maybe can't afford a crazy luxury shoe tamara mellon has got you covered and we have a really really exciting story for you to marry loved our article and people so much that she's giving you a one hundred dollar gift towards your first order on her site that's right visit tamara mellon dot com to receive one hundred dollars off your first order using the code lady let me spell it for u t a m a r a m e l l o n dot com use the code.

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"tamara" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"tamara" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Oddly enough there is like the first glimmer that they're going to try to somehow get past this and turn the tables on camera because michael goes you know similar endures actually have fun loving person like where did this come from mike also like at wh what pointed you and kelly everything that shannon was a funloving person i mean i think she's a from living person deep down there but you will get this idea channels the only other woman he's probably seen go eighth shit nuts in public like his wife so i because he literally says she's like you because you've had some laughs right and she's like well univesity we could be transport for whatever reason you know what i think tamara's the wind tamara's the wind which is true and uh we have a new puppet master don't onto hilton done hopefully they've learned the the the relationship between a puppet and the public massar by now because last season i know there was some confusion on that on that i'm the puppet and she's the puppetmaster all seems like there to correct vat on so then we cut the shannon she's like this person i have seen fred i have seen read a couple of times in now and pee myself up i'm going to be embarrassed for a long time do you have any ice cream and then kelly's start than she's like she has stockholm syndrome and which is not a good point mike michael says a that means that she's been locked up in his taking all the trades for oppressor she is paying go.

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