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"tenison" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"tenison" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Of all sleep podcast. Oh possibly the emperor june thomas is here. I just wanna it'd be clear felix that this is not a podcast. It's just a precursor to see if i might be open to podcasting perfect okay one of these days. I'm gonna teach you about off. The record means okay. I'm okay but june is is a is a poor knife def- who doesn't really understand the ways of the world <hes> you who brought in a piece of paper. What is your piece of paper. It is a printout of the poem communities by alfred lord tennyson which clearly is the key to all of succession this because when we're getting a little ahead of ourselves in this episode so but a certain point logan brings back frank and he gives me watch and on the back of the watch is a quotation from this poem. I believe it says some work of noble note may yet be done and of course i mean that immediately suggested to me ulysses by alfred lord tennyson is indeed a poem. It's kind of poem poem about <hes> a lion in winter and <hes> kind of raging against the light and getting one less deal before you get snuffed out. That's logan. I i did not realize that it was tennyson because there was all of that talk before he got invited back to the corporate retreat in hungarian schloss schloss of shakespeare something so i just assumed it was shakespeare line. I didn't know <hes> but it's not now and it's my my in depth research. You know google google and just before we came into the studio reveal that tennis naturally wrote this after a close friend died so it's about the end of life but it was written fifty years before tenison died so it's maybe a little bit premature but you know you go and franco's knew it. He likes he immediately recited. The following line is kind of like you know subtle flex this charming fuck that he is yeah. That's why he's been brought in again because he's going to trump goes pierces so session we start at the top and make our way to that beautiful. We're gonna make away at that point and we can. We can speculate about the real life equivalents of frank <hes> but yeah <hes> this is pretty much the the darkest cruelest. I episode of succession. I think i've ever seen yes. Oh yeah i mean the episode is called hunting and ostensibly. That's a reference to the retreat but really this episode is about logan hunting for snakes and rats and his house and finding those who betrayed him and it's the opening scene is greg june. Dan was alluding to sitting with the journalists saying you know we're not meeting. This is just a precursor to me. Dang i want to jump in here. Of course we're just going to be like quoting lines to hold on my think. My favorite line of the entire episode comes right to talk about greg says i'm a time pressed executive. Yes of of course he's very important and i think i think she reassures him. At some point she says i know you've been in many meetings many things but i feel like greg trek has this one line which sort of sets up the whole episode essentially when he he calls his uncle logan he calls him scary addictive paranoid and violent and basically that's what this episode is. That's what the big scene build stu godless. Is it foreshadowing a little foreshadowing a little bit of foreshadowing hearing episode three. I don't think it's too self aggrandizing to hope. I might have some wisdom to part. There is no time like the present would needs to be discreet. I don't wanna make my uncle mad because he could be well. He can be scary indicative paranoid and violent indicative sorry none of this. I'm not actually saying that yet. Oh would you like this meeting <hes> to be on background but this isn't you can't. I said anything. It did look great. If if you want this to be anonymous you have to say that from the outset. You can't do that retroactively. No because this isn't a meeting this you can't. That's that's not fair. That's unfair yeah and then basically this is all built up to getting to that retreat we go to the boardroom. We learn that logan now. I want to make another run for this company p._g._m. Pierce which i think is the in the real world is the wall street journal basically and the pierce. His family is the bancroft. Isn't that what you think also feel like you told me that so. I have been very careful and diligent religion about not watching the episodes before we talk about them. However i have read various various things in the hollywood reporter and by ed lee in the new york times about how that is going to be some kind of salzburger bancroft dish clan turning up later later on in the season. I believe holly hunter's the matriarch. Although i saw the preview that jerry jones seems to be matriarchal to or maybe jerry jones is the may if you're not entirely sure we will find out <hes> given how much talk we've had of p._s. and p._g._m. One has to assume that this big <hes> newspaper. Eh liberal ish respected news organization <unk> family. <hes> is moral nurse of course the big difference being that neither the suspect has the bancroft had gotta know the bancroft had any semblance of a t._v. Network right that's why i had elements of b sky b coming in which obviously is not a direct parallel and they never going to make direct right parallels but there's oh they make dire but they outfits. Get them slight episode ever so slightly but yeah i mean there was also talk about p._s. This being like the amount they were going to have to pay was going to be twenty. Billion dollars has an part of the reason to buy is the if they load up with twenty billion dollars of debt in order to do so that makes them too big for you know sandy sandy in st louis to to stomach widely. It's it's it's a snake. Taking on a crocodile is too awesome line which again just to in terms of real life. Neither the the new york times company nor dow jones was ever worth anywhere near twenty billion dollars so you know we're not clear exactly what the parallels might be unless emily you have something in mind i mean the parallels did seem to me a little bit like rupert murdoch going after the wall street journal. It's the same kind of thing. He wanted it for for a really long time. It's very prestigious you know his company is kind of this trashy. What what's this whole thing. That jerry brings up in the boardroom logan served a party service wore white wine <hes> effectively as sort of a bad review of a charity party in one of their publications. I think somebody else also suggested that it's what uncle you and watches so we haven't seen in this season but i i miss uncle you and the other says to a roman. My parents watch that that's like actual news another point. I think shift kind of says something like if we buy appears. It's like who's gonna actually report. The news like this is a real problem. I just feel like take. It reminded me of back. When murdoch was hunting the journal or you know at the time you can go back. I would actually go back a few years before that <hes> mhm to two thousand when times mirror which was this kind of schlocky media chain spend eight billion billion dollars mostly in debt to buy up tribune which and the time was a highly respectable meteoroid which not only the chicago tribune but also the los angeles times times and i feel like it's more similar to that again you know the parallels you maybe it's a little bit of a stretch but in any case this is this is the the new macguffin this is the mig macguffin is driving the whole season at least sofa is is logan really going to you know put his entire company at risk and raise twenty billion a ah debt to buy peace and he the size in the middle of this massive clocks award that he has going on with sandy and julie that he's going to like the entire family basically on the corporate jet which i'm sure would not be allowed. According to <hes> you know corporate you know the the i'm sure there will be someone saying no you come every single member of your family on the same page ships at home and shipped back at home his back talk about connor. Hey guys we have to talk about of course we have to talk about china but he puts them on the jet all of his senior executives on this jet and they will fly off to this loss in <hes> hungry for what is being billed as a morale-boosting corporate retreat. It made me realize how every corporate retreat i've ever been on was doing it totally wrong wrong and while mohawk might have been maddest sometimes they had no reason to were so good never never doc never shuts it for also never made people act like boars so obviously totally failing at corporate retreating. I'm there is no scramble for sausage on the floor. Therefore no morale was boosted no so yes so basically logan brings everyone to to hungary hungry way has two things in particular that he's angry about one is that someone has talked talked to the to his biographer and he's angry about that because he doesn't want anyone to talk to his biographer and number two is that someone someone has leaked to the family that he's interested in buying them and in another one of those wonderful lyons when his bank because talking to him about life. We're going to try and buy p._s. It's going to be very it's delicate like french kissing and amadeo like he's like we need to to be very very very very careful about how exactly we approach them of course roman being the complete up just budges ahead by getting his girlfriend to like do something with her ex girlfriend annette he so he's one of one of our many xs is a pierce and so he gets her he gets that pierced his contacts from tabitha and <hes> he said <hes> how are you factor and he says fuck everyone and she of course is not you so june. I'm glad the your your head this episode because you can speculate wildly about roman sexuality well. I think the the sexuality of all of the roy's is basically. They don't make partnerships for sex they make partnerships for is like old royle's right. You just have to find somebody who's the right religion in in luke's right and unlike the royals <hes> can breed. I mean it doesn't seem like any of the science of the roy. Family really are married for love or fancying. It's all you know they're. They're monarchical marriages right yeah but it's it does seem like shiv. I think at some point in this episode calls her husband. Tom meat puppet making it very clear what she actually thinks of him and his role but then she does go out and kind of like have have this. I guess one night stand what this kind of this actor dude who has no screens at home his news only from comedians so she does have some kind have like sexual appetite. It would seem the i think she has a sexual appetite. I'm interested in whether roman has a sexual appetite and if so what it might be he had that moment with jerry towards the end they have yes jerry that was lovely when he asked do people often make moves on you and she said well yeah but they're usually over eighteen. That was a very sweet jerry is the greatest i mean obviously. Obviously you know very capable of any sudden movement. I would totally pounce on your right now..

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"tenison" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"tenison" Discussed on Slate Money

"Oh possibly the emperor june thomas is here. I just wanna it'd be clear felix that this is not a podcast. It's just a precursor to see if i might be open to podcasting perfect okay one of these days. I'm gonna teach you about off. The record means okay but june is is a is a poor knife def- who doesn't really understand the ways of the world <hes> you who brought in a piece of paper. What is your piece of paper. It is a printout of the poem when you lucy's by alfred lord tennyson which clearly is the key to all of succession. I'm so into this because when we're getting a little ahead of ourselves in this episode so but a certain point logan brings back frank and he gives me watch and on the back of the watch is a quotation from this poem. I believe it says some work of noble note may yet be done and of course i mean that immediately suggested to me ulysses by alfred lord tennyson is indeed a poem. It's kind of poem poem about <hes> a lion in winter and <hes> kind of raging against the light and getting one less deal before you get snuffed out. That's logan. I i did not realize that it was tennyson because there was all of that talk before he got invited back to the corporate retreat in hungarian schloss schloss of shakespeare something so i just assumed it was shakespeare line. I didn't know <hes> but it's not now and it's my my in depth research. You know google google and just before we came into the studio reveal that tennis naturally wrote this after a close friend died so it's about the end of life but it was written fifty years before tenison died so it's maybe a little bit premature but you know you go and franco's knew it. He likes he immediately recited. The following line is kind of like you know subtle flex this charming fuck that he is yeah. That's why he's been brought in again because he's going to trump goes pierces so session we start at the top and make our way to that beautiful. We're gonna make away at that point and we can. We can speculate about the real life equivalents of frank <hes> but yeah <hes> this is pretty much the the darkest cruelest. I episode of succession. I think i've ever seen yes. Oh yeah i mean the episode is called hunting and ostensibly. That's a reference to the retreat but really this episode is about logan hunting for snakes and rats and his house and finding those who betrayed him and it's the opening scene is greg june. Dan was alluding to sitting with the journalists saying you know we're not meeting. This is just a precursor to me. Dang i want to jump in here. Of course we're just going to be like quoting lines to hold on my think. My favorite line of the entire episode comes right to talk about greg says i'm a time pressed executive. Yes of of course he's very important and i think i think she reassures him. At some point she says i know you've been in many meetings many things but i feel like greg trek has this one line which sort of sets up the whole episode essentially when he he calls his uncle logan he calls him scary addictive paranoid and violent and basically that's what this episode is. That's what the big scene build stu godless. Is it foreshadowing. Maybe a little foreshadowing a little bit of foreshadowing hearing episode three. I don't think it's too self aggrandizing to hope. I might have some wisdom to part..

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I've I've grab some other guests from downstairs mucking keep you all too long. I did hear that you were from Iowa. Is there? I I I get the mix up now introduce yourselves. Okay. I'm Renee tenison. I'm Rosie tenison. And now, I know you guys because of playboy that right? And you put you look exactly the same. I wasn't sure if it was y'all because of because you look so young still. How old were you? When you did playboy. I was I believe nineteen Ninety-one. I first tested. Yeah. Okay. All right. Did you also do it? I did. I do not like wanted both both to do it. Yeah. But I was kind of shy at the time. So I was like minuted is like I didn't do it. So she told me that can take your semi. Whatever. A prude. Anyway, I do it then. But then she up winning playmate of a year. She was the first African American play a big deal. Yeah. So then I was like wait a second one hundred grand money. Over there working at like alverson fifty hours a week nights ship like the warehouse. He my ass the warehouse, and I was like, wait a second. I was like hell with this. 'cause I go to like the mansion she's living at mansion chip. Right. Very Marach spare. Yes, we do. Like what the hell? So I quit. My job. I come back. I'm like I'm out of here. I'm going back to move to LA. So then I moved to LA. I get her pitchers because I I didn't have any pitcher soy just gimme some you're modeling photos. So I got agent with photos. So then then have like later on was like, hey, man. I want you to to bolt pose. Yeah. Will you pose? Yeah. Then I pose later on maybe Maybe like. like teen eighteen. Yeah. Then we really wanted to do it. So we yeah. And I'd hope now where in Idaho from we grew up in a really small town called Melba like our outside of Boise small-farm laying three hundred people in the town. Nothing going on. You are kidding me. And how did black folks wind up in? We moved to bigger like town which had like sixteen hundred like students in the high school. And there was only three black people. And we were two of they have one. That you don't understand it. That was it was like three people out of and how did your parents wind up there? My dad was a farmer and they on a fax this. And I guess I was one of the only places that Americans could own land. Yes. So that a lot of African Americans migrating over there 'cause you could buy actually land. Okay. So in farming and stuff like that. So that's why he moved there. And then when you move there, he met, my mom shoot my mom's flight, and when they got married I'd Aho like within the fifties. It was like legal for a black man Mary white woman. So they state so they had to go to LA LA Lovelock, Nevada and get married and come back so pioneers because like that crap in Idaho was really not cool. Not cool Sohan cool like people were they? Anyway. Yeah. But it was like they did it when it it was not cool for like you to do that. I'm always interested in the stories of help people of color end up in places where there aren't a lot of people of color, and what that what that struggle is like, and what what that experiences like, you know. And so you all left when you're eighteen I use the model wanted to. We were always kind of like looking are our yearbook it says, we're gonna be success removed LA model. Just. Aisher photos, and they were searching for the thirty fifth anniversary playmate, and I'd send some photo you're dating a gun dating. And he was like you you could be centerfold. Because I I was looked at the women. And I was like these guys are so pretty admired him. I wasn't like when he got the magazines. I would look at him. And I think they were really pretty and he was like you could do this. And then I was like really he was like, yes. So then I went and took little top notch him close on took like a bikini shot, and then we sent it in and and got a phone call from playboy saying we wanna test you in Chicago for this thirty. It was still in Chicago then..

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I think that there's been a lot of women who've taken advantage of the metoo movement. And I don't think that's right either. I think I think we've watched some of them get shut down. So I think there's a fine line of what's happening with this. So so the answer to me to you is I hope. Yes. I hope it's gonna stop some men that really were predators. Sure. And on the flip side. I hope it doesn't stop men from hiring woman because they're worried that if they have to stay late at night after regular hours that can't be alone with that woman in the room for fear right at she might accuse them of something that's not happening. So I think there's a fine line there. Yeah. Well, it's interesting because I've never I haven't experienced that. Obviously, I've experienced discrimination. But unilat- I don't wanna be in a place where there those were people who would not want me. There would be. Yes. Yes. So it's soon interesting thing, I've carved my own path, you know, as have you. So you know, you've made lots of movies reduce lots what what project? Do you wanna do where where do you? What do you wanna do that? You haven't done. Okay. Says a whole lot. So. So I had unless his career as you know. I started a film company in ninety five and sold it in two thousand one and with that company we had to I mean, I'm nations Golden Globe, but people's choice, and I sold the company on a film with four Oscars. And then I retired for six years, which a lot of people don't even realize I retired. And now, I'm back and. This go round will do the action movies and stuff because that pays my bills. But I wanna tell the true stories. This is this year and the years going forward, or my passion is to tell these unknown true stories of these people whose whose stories need to be told it's difficult right now because a lot of people are running to the theaters to see marvel movies, and they're not running to the theaters to see dramas anymore. But, you know, people don't wanna be entertained in. It doesn't always have to be a superhero. Yeah. Hopefully cine toes about some of the movies you've produced so I'll tell you the ones that have gotten award says been a ton of 'em. But the first one to get an award was called have turned member was called rented. Leslie Nielsen Christopher, Lloyd. We got a Golden Globe and people's choice nomination for if these walls could talk the first one with Demi Moore insurance SpaceX. Yeah. We got the United Nations award for an olive. Ver- stone Dennis Quaid movie called savior, which was about the Bosnian Serbian more. And a lot of people know that I financed movie that nobody wanted at the time which ultimately got for us ker nominations, and it was called traffic with Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones. Wow. Yeah. Amazing. Thank you, yet, spin fun. I wanna go back. What made you decide to retire for six years? I wanted to be a girl again I had five years where we there bought finance to produce twenty five movies. I went I was always in a suitcase and always in a hotel and dealing with one actor crisis after another. I was engaged to be married at the time and my fiance at the time gave me an ultimatum. Ultimately, he was probably right. He was coming second. But I owned the company so we did not get back together. But but parts of him were right. I really needed to regain my. Femininity and I'm southern by nature. I was raised you know, that to put a man kind of in front of you like to be on the side of them. And I had to I had to step back to find a happy medium of how to do that. And you still feel that way. I do I'm always going to be very southern not. So southern that I'm gonna take totally impact SIA, but I still would love the man to be I want my man to shine yet. I I hear that. But I would think though that after the six years hiatus that you would say, you know, you would question why why that is I mean, obviously, very difficult to find a man who can deal with a very powerful woman who's very successful is a man necessary. Well, I'm not sure like I've been different than most girls..

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Then I bring on the director eyebrow on the talent. And then I actually sit on the set, and and make sure that the film's delivered under the budget that I have given it, and then I sit in editing room, and I make sure that it comes out to what you see whether it's a theater near you or nowadays net flex. Yeah. Not unlike what you're doing here today, which is interesting party. Right. You hired. The you get you you choose the food. You choose the times you choose the people who are going to work in the kitchen, and you invite the people guess, and the valet and the whole shebang, right? Yeah. Have where do you think you got that skill would mom, dad? My mother. My mother was the ultimate party thrower and my whole life. I just watched her host and do. And so yeah, I picked it up from her. Yeah. It's after Los when you know, how to do it, and how has your degree in sex there to play in your role as do, sir? You know, Hollywood's tough town frequently. I'm the only woman on a set. I'm certainly the only one of the few women producers. And so, you know, I don't get freaked out easy. I always like bring it on. I can be one of the guys if I have to and so and I and I can control a set if I have to. In a way that most women can't the tension point too. Because obviously, log people are talking about that right now, especially hell women or how anyone who is outside. Our can handle situations that come up when you're in the jungle literally? And and what advice do you have for people? I mean, eat obviously, hulk would is not a place for people who are overly sensitive. I mean, I, you know, sure there there's place for everyone. But sometimes it's just not that way agree, you know, has been hard for you to speak with friends who have sort of complained about that. I mean 'cause obviously you've you've done very well for yourself. What do you say to those people who say, I'm we've got to change the way things are going. Do you do you? Are you optimize about that change? I am I, you know, I'm probably going to get a lot of flack for this. I think the metoo movement is good in bed. And so in a good way. Day. I've had a lot of friends whose careers were absolutely ruined. By some of the men that you're seeing coming out more being named in this metoo movement, and it's horrifying because I know a lot of those men for those that really had something happen to them. I think at absolutely has to come out. And it's not just Hollywood people love to point the fingers at Hollywood. But I'm sure it's happening everywhere. And you know, it's a shame that. Nowadays, you have to be a little bit more concern with what you wear or what you say. Or how you flirt on the flip side..

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"We are at the Beverly Hills home of producer, Cindy Cowan and who have known for many years, and you're very gracious to allow us into your house as you. Are hosting a party. So all right when we were talking about mercury mercury retrograde that this has been a tough part because you have parties here. How many times a year? Do you have parties at least two to three big parties ear? Yeah, I do. And thanksgiving is always one that you do. I do every year. I taken everyone with nowhere to go. I sorry. It's uttering. No, no. It's fine to do. Here is the doorbell ringing people arriving. That's why you're so gracious. So, you know, living in LA, my family's in Florida, and we're Artem Miami. And so thanksgiving time that people don't realize people go to their families home or their husband or their wives homes and all of my family's in Florida. So technically, I would be homeless for thanksgiving as well. And I decided years ago to start inviting people, and it was shocking how many people had spent thanksgiving alone. So it's become a tradition now about one hundred people come through mine, and I'm grateful misfits of. Hollywood misfits of Hollywood. Yes. Yeah. And so how did you get started as a producer? I'm you know. Something you set out to do. Or is it some of these sort of wound up you landed on and now I kinda landed and at I have a degree in sex therapy million. That are not hitting me. Yes, I have a master's in psychology. And I took that infamous ear off that people do and it was only supposed to be one year. I got a job with CBS the television network. I was doing news actually in Miami. And kept getting promoted to cited news was not for me became a songwriter by accident. My first song went top ten all throughout Europe would soon that it was a skied. There was two of them. It was a song called it would be so easy. And where nice girls go to meet men, and it was on an album by an artist named Sinisa. Who's producer was was an unknown at the time named Simon cowl. Right. And that was his first artist so Simon I kind of came together. And then I came to LA to write for. A group called Shalimar. Oh my goodness. I love show. I wrote for Howard Hewett. He did hit a song of mine and Engelbert Humperdinck. But I wasn't a songwriter. Just cracked me up that people were taking my music, and then somebody found me and asked what I work for their phone company and acquisitions because as you know, I love people, and I started to know everybody, and before I knew it was working at a film company. They threw me on set. And then the rest was history. Well, yeah. And what songs for Shalimar it was which one did it was mostly for Howard? It was called this Love's forever. And we went to number three on there and be charts Ferber year. Wow. Yeah. So, you know, it's interesting when people talk about careers, you talk about how things get started. Nobody talks about how luck how luck is a huge factor in this. You have talent you could have connections. But it seems like you have you've been touched by. I have I say that. I fall up all the time. I'm really lucky. I mean, look you have to have talent. And you have to know, you know, when you get into liver. How to stay in the room? But if you asked me what I rather have luck. Or sometimes talent I'd rather have luck any day. And I know that sounds where but I really would. Yeah. And so you've been producing movies produced television show salsa where getting into TV now. And I think I've got something that's going to be one of the biggest, but but a mostly known for future films, and how tough is it. I mean because we'll for the people who what what is it that a producer does what does the producer do? So an actual producer a lot of stuff. I find the scripts at imp- ac- stage. I work with the writers until the script is right. I go out and either set it up at a studio or I find independent financing for it..

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Yeah. Opening down. And I ain't got time for no Marlboro light. No back from it. And so when did your mother pass in how long did you smoke shit room? You want all the details. Okay. I'm being honest who was two and a half years ago. And when did you how long did the cigarette thing happen? Well, I started in like, okay, I'll have to -oday, and then I went out of the country. My whole thing was okay. When I go on vacation, if I go out of the country, I can have a signal that was my we always got those excuses and bullish in but case a hat cigarettes. And then when I came back to the states, the blackish of cast was going to Orlando to shoot the first episode Disney will I remember that? So when we went out of state right away. I got back in South Africa. I was like, oh, well, I'm still on vacation. I can help them cigarettes Lord when I got home. I didn't stop. Whoa. And I don't know what I was doing. But you wanna know the truth? Boy, you sure do pull it out of me. Ru. I was just in the frame of thought that. It took my, mama. I'm going to take your gift. That's it. That's it right there and hurt me something to hurt you. That's it right there. That's it is. That's exactly what it is. What happened when I see teenagers doing it? They're being very cavalier with their youth, and by Taliban and they're saying. On. I can do is simply can't 'cause what they don't know. Is that Snickers bar that you eight when you were five is still in your system. So stop putting that shit in your system. cO really don't go nowhere now. Thank god. The longs more, you know, they can regenerate God. But you you best with yourself. Too much. You better be careful which bell you human body as bad. So far so fragile that cavalier attitude toward life. It's almost like gambling. It's almost like this this secret sort of heckler that lives there that says gone to it doing pushing pushy low on more cigarette. One more one more one more our teens in our twenties. You guys were invincible nothing can happen us. That's true. But then rain, here's another there's the saboteur there. There's sitting in weight, and it's a spiritual practice. Prepares you and sort of evens the playing field. So because when that voice does come up, and we stopped doing, the spiritual work. So we can act out. See I wanted to act out. How dare you kill my mom up. Right. We all go to that place now. And I'll just add since we tell them the truth that I found out the, you know, the comp my boyfriend was on the same day seems basically Tokat, you know, that's a hollow pick too much. Yeah. Let me take this away run. You let me show you what your world would become without rice. We're so crazy, but we want revenge. I was listening Dame's round this morning. What's what's that pay back? The big makeup done pay-back came on. I don't know karate. All right. You know, and we all know career as a let me tell you this oh room of component of come to a place where you have this piece of mind nothing. Nothing will wonderful. I listen to my girlfriend from term to you know, at my age we have hot flashes and updated on keep us up at night and Dutta, but I sleep like a baby because. If I did something wrong to somebody. I'm gonna say I'm sorry. I'm Sam sorry. I because I know see people don't understand what she's been in a natural disaster. That's why tell people worry about all this Trump bullshitting wet, the weather's gonna take care. All. That's you. We'll be all. End as much as you want. About it. They're talking about these massive hurricanes. Lloyd's the weather life will. I four type bring the. I told him I said listen to whether it's going to take care. See it ain't gonna matter that that a black man pulling a white baby out is not going to matter in the great flood that you Chinese and the baby you pulling out his Puerto Rican. He understand. Oh, honey. I was in the north ridge. We were all one we were all one when it's bigger the new we're all one people don't come dine word about this woman..

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Everywhere and you live with one Shanta line. The base. As my baby him in Australia. Right boy, fifteen minutes from the studio what time of day. Do you drive there? Please. Sometimes it's five in the morning. My threes. Sometimes six you see this a single camera. There is no order. There's no there's a routine there's no nine to five. And when that machine starts baby. Don't stop. Right. Single longer days. Absolutely. Absolutely. You know back in the day with three cameras, you you work from nine to five over paramount with fresh prince of Bel-Air and different world and all those early sitcoms. I did now know having been on the cast for about to be six season. Do you find the right? The jokes for you, transform them into Jennifer Lewis voice, because there's one in particular where that my favorite line that you saying there's a one point your character dupes the sun into by numerous eighties bans. And at one point. He said something about your MAC and cheese, and you say would Jews. Style. Okay. When you read that line, you probably remember the lies. I don't even remember first of all it wasn't bad make shit up. The writers love me. But I'm very spectral of them when they come. They come in there with that brilliant shit, and I can't wait to sink my teeth into it. You'll see, but yeah, they let me get away with murder com on business an eighty made a fucking. Law. They wanna do air gentleman say good morning, and then million people will view it. That's right. And that's that's why the higher. That's why people have hired you over and over. No that I if you if you. Channel hopping. I tell people when I walk into a room to get a job. What I do if I don't deliver in this room. What will happen is no matter what I do when the remote go on. If they see me that gonna stop. They will be. Right now. I want to ask you about the peaches wife now who do you play Whitney's mother Whitney's mom was my baby Whitney's momma. Did you see the documentary? I have not seen it. I you know, it's gonna take me a minute. You know a Roo. It's not Whitney. Yes, Whitney as my heart. You know, I was invited to a few. I could not go that was my child. I'm here to tell you, you know, the last time I heard it. She was on a way to rehab, and she said, I'm I'm going to do at this time. Mama do at this time. I'm like, well, I'm gonna warn you the movie documentary by Kevin McDonald? That's his name is horrible thing. And I cried from beginning to end to prepare yourself, and this one I want to ask you you've been spent for longtime. He's seen lots of new you work with kids. You you see a lot of people come and go in the time you've been in this town. What do you say to young people talked about young black people who come from a different different? I can just say a different world the world. We're talking about what do you say to people who are accelerated into an home, nother stratosphere? How do you help them navigate this new landscape that you, and I know how how difficult it is?.

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"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"They. Now, we've had it before we had to have banned. Yeah. Jennifer Lewis is in the house. The book is called the mother of black Hollywood. She's in the midst of writing another one. Yes, I started three days ago. I don't know what I'm going to name it yet. It may be something like kiss my ass and Macy's Wendo. But I don't know yet. That one together mother fuckers. I don't know what if that'd be called. Because you're about to go on vacation you about start shooting hold you have before you start shooting. I start August six almost three weeks ago. Black a black into blackish looking forward to third season. I know it's going to be a third talking in this. This. God say joined the cast a while the first season, I think I did six of the twenty four in the first season. And then of course, they made me a regular, and I do now nineteen of the twenty. Wow. A great game. Of great show. I'm working with a great cash. I love Tracy and Anthony and Laurence Fishburne. Fuck it's been working since he was three fourteen years. He his first movie, I think. Lips? Now, I think he was fourteen when he started the movie, but time it came out in seventy nine I think he was twenty seven. But he has not stopped working since he's amazing yet. Why what do you feel that on Disney? Disney. Right third. One of his birthday. I get the most it's the most beautiful locking in Hollywood the most historical and you live on that side of the hill. Oh, yeah yet. No. I am fifteen minutes. Fifty. Fifteen minutes from what I'm exhausted from doing..

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"tenison" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Official tells abc news he spoke with her beforehand and with doctors immediately after it's still unclear exactly what the first lady's condition is janine norman abc news washington president trump tweeted earlier that she is doing well and he thinks everybody for their support he expects her to be out of the hospital in two three days more than fifty people including eight children have been killed by the israeli military and palestinian protests that erupted along the gaza border has the us opened its new embassy in jerusalem on now kuwait has called for a un security council session to discuss the deadly violence the death of dozens of balanced indians all eyes will be on the un in london british foreign secretary boris johnson says extremely saddened by the loss of life is taking place place and we understand that the some people who've been provoking that that violence but on the other hand has got to be a restraint in the use of of life game on the same day that the us moved its embassy to jerusalem at an emergency meeting after similar protests in march council members met but didn't decide on any action or a joint message tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk more companies are getting visits from us immigration and customs enforcement agents are checking his employees are authorized to work in the us clinton hammer with amazon a chamber of commerce says he doesn't see this affecting arizona as much as other states reason why is because of arizona's employer sanctions law companies are already required to use the verify system he says the nation's immigration system needs to be reformed in updated so employers can hire the workers they need a former scottsdale schools executives in hot water in arizona grand jury indicting the former chief financial officer of scottsdale unified school district for allegedly breaking state conflict of interest loss sixty one year old laura tenison faces eleven felony charges getting accused of approving purchase and charge orders for a company she and her sister had ownership interest in the the conduct took place between february.

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"tenison" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"They're not coming back from this and it's not it's not even the money men it's how they view themselves and i heard somebody they had asked a famous investor and i don't remember honestly and remember the person in question or the investor but i remember the story very very well and they said you know oh you just i think it was entrepreneur on fire john lee dumas so he had he was talking to this investor and he said hey talking about this this guy that he invested in lost like i dunno seven million dollars is something crazy and john lee goes oh i bet you'll never work that guy again in the investors at what will will stop right there i just paid seven million dollars this guy's education i believe in the guy think he's sharpening he's super hard working so the fact that now he's had this failure tells me that he's learned something and so if as an entrepreneur which unlike somebody who you break your bone you blow out your need like it it gets harder and harder given the current state of of regenerative medicine two actually come back as good as ever from something like that but in business you really can and it just comes down to what do you let those those breaks duty you and i think it was for whom the bell tolls come on the author of in unwanted say churchhill no it's not that even though he was an author which most people don't know isn't yes yes it's him he drank a lot he lived in cuba us tenison now whom the bell tolls then i've never won the title who hemingway yes thank you for whom the bill tool a soon because you know more about literature that ended up all right so anyway hemingway said all of this break but some of us grow stronger in the places that broke and that that is very true mentally it's not always true physically but mentally it's absolutely true and so in business in all life if you have these catastrophic moms of girard avenue southbound deduct so if you have these moments of just like catastrophic emotional injury can you refrain can you come back in a way that makes you stronger and right now i'm researching juul mother falker this chick.

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"tenison" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Host today he's heartbroken over the florida tragedy the similar shooting took place at marshall county high school in western kentucky last month to students died and fourteen were wounded in that attack a grand jury in the kentucky assault is considering charging the 15yearold suspect as an adult secretary of state rex tillerson is raising concerns about the growing enmity between lebanon and its neighbour israel and peers ruth sherlock reports on tillerson's meeting with lebanese officials in beirut the latest stop of his tour through the region secretary tenison has arrived in lebanon at an especially sensitive time the country is outraged by israel's decision to build a border wall that the lebanese say encroaches on the territory and the two countries are locked in a quarrel over who owns the drilling rights to an area off the coast that is thought to have lucrative oil and gas reserves he's a dangerous arguments fatih countries that have long been at war secretary tillerson said at a press conference after meeting with lebanon's prime minister saad alhariri that they talked about creative ideas for how to break the stalemate on these issues but so far no solutions have been announced share look emperor unease by rate from washington this is npr news in san francisco this is kqed news i'm brian watt vallejo police say one of their officers shot and killed 33yearold resident ronald foster in selfdefence tuesday night kqed sara hussain he reports according to a statement police say an unidentified patrol officer tried to stop fostered during the course of an investigation leading to a foot chased and a violent struggle police say the officer taste foster but without affect faster than reportedly managed to take away the officers metal flashlight and threaten him with it leading officer to fatally shoot him that officer is now on administrative leave pending an investigation by the department and the solano county district attorney's office i'm sarah husseini kicking ed news both santa claus sara and orange county's can move forward with a lawsuit against several opioid manufacturers that's after a superior court judge this week rejected efforts by pharmaceutical companies to dismiss the case santa clara county attorney james william says several drugmakers falsely marketed their opioids downplaying the risks first of all here appropriate practices so.

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"tenison" Discussed on RadioLab

RadioLab

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on RadioLab

"If you want to stick around great if you don't take off now jim says during this part of the show tennison in particularly was way more of the evangelist stick piece of this and i consider myself more of a producer now jim and actually grown up going to church yes i was my parents went to lutheran church i was at one point doing that it's but still there's you know at the end of the day it was just there was nothing in it that uh seem to be satisfied and so at this point in the show jim with sort of stand back a bit as tennis and talked about how magic is actually all about the unseen and behind the veil of reality there is a god watching over us and jim says he would be standing there on stage watching these people in the audience we're feeling this real connection with god however i wasn't having that experience he's just like i don't feel with what they're feeling and he started think to himself i didn't want to be the guy that salama christian because my friends were or i'm a christian because i was raised that way i wanted to be true and he just wasn't sure that it was right um and then after he and tenison has been doing the show for a year and a half or so jim got a call tennyson had been out hiking in the mountains just outside of bolder and a he was found in a river his body was partially submerged just at the edge of the water at the base of a forty foot cliff in peaceful valley is oh who's called noone really knows how he passed away as looked like you might have actually fallen from the cliff the police thought maybe suicide but it could be you know exposure to the elements that kind of thing uh jim says he was just you know devastated now he's probably the closest male friend i've ever had just felt like he was you know in the bottom of a whole via.

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"tenison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This thing is not going to get all thanks for the call appreciate it will address some of the things he said there anyway came here i wanted to mention this really quickly so did i get this right i'm just trying to watch this at the same time in me doing two things at once really doesn't work out well so the cowboys took a need before the anthem then they got up and jerry jones is on the feel the team by the way while he look nervous day me yeah he may he he now with the team and then they got up for the national anthem and then what the cardinals you the cardinals just locked arms around the goal line on the golan not on the silent on the golan okay i so that's the latest secretary jozic's uncomfortable who he denies a lot of money for them and yeah he did not enjoy that i will come back well you know if you more minutes to get some more calls in any way caviar before we get ready for the giants and the dbacks will did all coming up next on here on these words here from the cello automatic traffic death there then injury accident and a regular than and very closely tat any injury crash went down they need to be born these green prevent motorcycle lack of fact life and motorcycle konichi the shoulder and and has the honour found out abad tennis tenison is any craft both of those hampden ethnic backed up to davis street in family amdro and eastbound ninety two crossing over the bay into hayward you'll find very slow traffic from before one on one all the way across to claw widow roadway there was an earlier incident and now in the opposite direction it's a stalled dumptruck west 92 before the highrise getting out of stanford scale northbound one a wind slow slows a hospital curve to east ad and the lower deck of the baybridge traffic brought to.

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"tenison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business flash enough wall what's going on around the world his cattle think you simone chat marcus set say the us secretary of state has said he is seeking a peaceful resolution to end the nuclear standoff with north korea the rex tillerson also said that he's prepared to use military force if diplomatic efforts fail meanwhile tenison has said that the us hasn't changed his position on the path climate accord this actually state has reiterated that american may stay in the cable parents if it could reach a compromise that the these quite fair balance the comments came a day after the eu said that donald trump is shifting his approach to the landmark agreement and the session quickly tonight by the white house and germany's free democrats have reject the expanding the area and suggested that russia may be readmitted to the group of seven the house he could be a potential coalition partner the chancellor angela merkel if the sdp six further in the polls the latest polls shed ankle amac has christiandemocratic led blog with a lead and mounted schulz his social democratic party second said the race for third place will help to determine the makeup of the new chairman government lebanesefrench whereas a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm counting had kept this is the that marcus that's very much caroline now the countdown is all new ahead of sunday's german election as we have just been hearing an ankle in article is widely expected to win another term in office as chancellor she's been in power since two thousand five when how conservative bloc edge style the incumbent spd chancellor and how popularity seems to have grown ever since joyce which shaaban professor at the university of missouri st louis and author of becoming madam chancellor angela merkel i'm the berlin republic joins us now dan the line from about lane joyce it's great to have you on the.

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"tenison" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on WGTK

"Do you have it the avid removal i guess i will go home so much troubling movement than the white house from my perspective as tenison said the only scottish melody right the political lynching of sebastian gorka you know i've had sebastian we're going to have him on again obviously i had sebastian gorka for a few months every week from the white house and he with a little murky whether he fully resign or was fully fired or a combination of both but there are some people leaving the white house and i am a little disturbed about that he is one of them now this article is written by a guy who is a never trumper he says in his piece i am a nevertrumper and unrepentantly so okay so please understand this is though trump supporter writing this michael rubin in the washington examiner the political lynching of sebastian gorka friday mart sebastian gorka his last day at the white house democrats progressives uneven many republicans publicans cheered okay first the accusation there was a there was no shortage of criticism about gorka these centred on three broad themes gorka was a rightwing extremist with ties to meal nazi groups that was a lawyers and he shows was ally i'll i'll read that too is just to 100 percent lie this is a this is a very big problem happening in the black and jewish communities where the elites of the community's yell in one case racism in the other case antisemitism so much that when the real racist and antisemites arise i don't know maybe people will your own jewish community has gone a hysterical irrational on on this issue like with gorka first the accusation that gorka was a sympathiser with vile and fascist that nazi sympathizing groups in hungary began when they left wing blogger suggested that he wore eva tezhi arraigned medal to the inaugural ball and that its display suggested ideological sympathy with the all nazis gorka responded to the accusation here that is in the washington examiner that the same blogger had earlier left the center for american progress under a cloud after obama white house officials expressed concern at his and his colleagues use of antisemitic dog whistles targeting jewish makers again was an iron lost on.

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"tenison" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"tenison" Discussed on Fresh Air

"He'll which shows the family nor will give you the no just compare within a fairly photographs are sick but pre discreet so apart london you from native answer and we'll bring zimmer develop girl to the place i thought the force could do with no push sorts set for enough should apologize for frosting questions but serna were going to become a bekele in his first of what is bound to be a series of tennis in sequels one murder leads to another then to a bank robbery as well as to plot details that explain for example why tenison has issues trusting men and win and how she developed her taste for alcohol the leading performance by martini is affective but it's the back story of the character that makes this prequel most compelling of all and then there's glow the ten episode first season of which premieres friday on netflixing it stars allison brie who was such a stand out as pe campbell's wife trudy on a mc's madmen and sweet any on nbc's community here she plays ruth a struggling actress who in 1980s los angeles attends an audition for a proposed tv show called the gorgeous ladies of wrestling running things is a washed up be movie director named sam played by mark merrin whose hilarious think of him as the tom hanks character in a league of their own except here it's not women baseball players he's trying to coach each lady wrestlers who at the auditions like allison breeze ruth have never even wrestled before soyinka a real actor.

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