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Tailoring Nutrition Needs With Tonya Fines BSc PE, HHP
"Nutrition lake anything does change with us The way what my body needed him in my twenties. When i was wanting to start a family and you know looking at pregnancy and childbirth and all of those things very different than where. I'm at now at my life. I i don't need that amount of food be. I really. don't have that kind of appetite anymore either. So it's the nutrition nutrition is far as evolution or how it's changed for me. It comes down to. What are you doing right now in your life and how do you feel your body to maximize all of that. So you know for somebody that works in health and fitness to very honest. Still i do. I work out. I i like to do things. I like to hike and bike and surf and all of that stuff but really looking at the big picture. I'm way more sedentary than i've ever been because a large amount of my job in health and fitness now creating content and working with people and getting things out there. So i have to be very mindful of getting up and moving with intention But it's where you at now in your life. What are the things that you're doing. And how do you feed your body in the best way possible to make all let your cut of operating at peak level as much as as you can so if you're a young woman in her twenties and you're starting a family and you're very active. There are certain foods or certain nutrition principles you to follow. I've i'm a huge believer in. I don't believe in restriction to the point that life is boring. if. I wasn't doing what i was doing. I'd probably have a little bistro and i beat making people happy with food However i think it's really important to you know. Look at whole foods. I you know. I realize that people are very busy. So there's a lot of convenience foods that can make it easy and i understand that you'll understand if you're burning the candle at both ends and running you crazy. Religious leith is chaos. That can be very appealing. But i think if people pause and actually take a moment realize well. Here's one or two days a week. That i kind of do prepping like bak- do a batch of chicken breast or make a big pot of homemade super. Whatever that is you have meals throughout the week that allow you to still eat. Well feed your body with whole healthy foods I'm a big advocate for fats. Fats are something that are under consumed healthy fats. I think people are still. I think they're still a fear mindset with their either fearful or they're going they're taking kito and kind of maybe doing it like they don't understand it well enough that they're over consuming so i think fats are very important And again i think tracking not in terms of a prison sentence tracking. But i think there's a lot of unconscious eating
Washington Football Team Names Tanya Snyder Co-CEO of Franchise
"The washington football team underwent what they call a very significant change in leadership. Today they have announced the promotion of tonya. Snyder as the team's co ceo. Tonya snyder is the owner. Dan snyder wife and tanya has been running what they call the philanthropic activities of the team. Since dan snyder bought the team in nineteen nine.
A Slightly Greener Life With Tonya Harris
"I'm here with the lovely tonya harris. Who is an award. Winning environmental toxin expert and the founder of slightly greener offering busy moms simple tips to reduce toxins without turning their families. Lifestyle upside down. Tanya has been featured online in mind body green and martha stewart living and has appeared on tv shows across the country. Such as cbs new york. And the dr oz show for her expertise in environmental toxins nutrition and how toxins affect children so tanya. Welcome to the show so excited to have you here so excited to be here. Thanks for having me well. I want to start with this last little bit. About how toxins affect children. I imagine that you know you've spoken on this topic a lot. All across the country and no doubt is a very important topic. And when it comes to myself as a mom thinking about my children and the choices that i make of what i use in my home and what i feed them what i glean with all all the things It comes down to wanting the best for our children right. And i love that. Your approach to healthier living is first and foremost one of not overwhelming people. Which i'm one hundred percent about so it this topic of how to do a toxins affect children. How do you talk about this with parents. In a way. That doesn't just completely freak them out right. I know there's so much information out there. It's kind of scary when we learn it. But i think i should start out with the fact that my number one belief is no mom guilt because i think when we learned this the stuff that it can be so scary overwhelming. And then we go. Oh my kid that. I gave my kid that and we all do it. We all are doing the very best we can with the knowledge that we have at the time but then when we know better we can do better angela quote so i always like to start out with that because i know i gave my kids things in the past and then i'm like oh no i start learning this but as a child cancer survivor myself and then having all these issues with my own children and seeing the difference in removing some of the toxins has made an our home. I really like to talk about the health effects on children because even though they can have the same health effects in adults children are really more susceptible to environmental toxins.
Judicial Nominees Face Senate
"I'm Julie Walker it's time for president Biden's first group of judicial nominees to come before Congress setting the stage for what one day could be his pick for the Supreme Court five a Biden's nominees appear on Capitol Hill today for confirmation hearings to become federal appeals court judges Biden hopes to bring more diverse city after four years in which former president trump chose white men none of the five is a white man one of them judge could Tonya brown Jackson who is black is seen as a possible pick for the Supreme Court if a vacancy arises she's now a judge in the district of Columbia and Biden wants are promoted to the city's federal appeals court as to whether there might be a Supreme Court opening in the near future justice Stephen Bryer who at eighty two is the court's oldest member has been mum about any retirement plans I'm Julie Walker
"tonya" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"She would always come home.
Tanya Roberts is alive
"Tanya roberts now says she's alive despite the rap not only talent elling. tmz she died but he also sent out a press. Release that information. It became news and a lot of websites this morning. So i tend to believe it. The rep She collapsed at her home on christmas. Eve rushed to the hospital placed on a ventilator. The repa- told tmz that she died sunday at cedars sinai. He told us the tania's husband had told him that tanya had passed we even got a quote from the rep Was a quote from tania's husband saying as i held her in her last moments. She opened her eyes. I'll maybe that's a sign. She didn't die now. The rep guy named mike pengle. And you want to get this guy Lance got a call after ten. Am monday from the hospital. Saying on otani still alive hengel said lanes. The husband truly believed that tanya was dead and funny about that. When i read the story this morning it only reported that she had had a husband and he had died. This must be a new husband. Maybe she no she. Hasn't she had occurred. Husband said her husband had previously in one story. He's identified as a boyfriend. I don friends of the family also called. Tmz saying that lance the alleged husband had called them to say that she died. Wow is he looking for payday. Invest first thing. I thought of was there. Some kind of insurance policy will some kind of wada cash they had stashed under the bed. He wanted to run off with that. Is i got to get to the bottom of that comment tonya. She is hospitalized. Mike serious yeah. She might still be incapacitated here. We don't really know doesn't happen. Doesn't say what she suffering from. She's not that
Connie Chung Compares Diane Sawyer & Barbara Walters to Tonya Harding
"Okay. You guys connie just went off on some huge star. She even said working with. Dan rather was like a scene out of psycho. It's what she said about barbara and diane. That really shocked. Watch when i went to. Abc news on joined with both barbara. Walters and diane sawyer there. And i thought oh this could be great. It'd be you know three women get along. It's not unlike what what tonya harding. Nancy kerrigan both. Diane and barbara were in the same sort of arena of trying to get these big interviews so when i tried to go after them i was told i could not i had to stand down. Really alcon said that on originals with andrew. Gelman podcast. What did you guys. I think when you heard this not surprised that we just had this conversation right before we went live. I feel like everyone during this pandemic is sort of losing it a little bit and i feel like connie everyone's coming for barbara lately in the past year like all of her secrets everything about her. Everyone's ready to spill. But like i don't know. I'm not surprised at all. Feel like this extremely competitive world extremely competitive for women extremely competitive of that time. Robber was already a legend diana. I think you don't hear that that much about it. Seems like that answer. Everybody wants to have over at thanksgiving but those are always the ones career. don't cry. She will never forget that vibe from her. She always just seems like such a lover. We have to remember like we're talking about five years ago. Yeah it any industry as a minority myself. Sometimes you're made to feel like there's only room for one and when somebody is telling you that or making you feel that way you start to believe it so of course barbara and die. It's like oh look at chung coming in here. Seventeen years younger than them. Yeah right so in your mind you probably are thinking. Oh they brought this hotshot into replace us at. I'm not gonna let that happen. And i think i think women do it a lot. I think black people do it a lot. When they're minority a workspace. I think gay people do it. A lot. And i both black and gay so i feel double on on the storm from but sometimes i feel like for me. It's like if i'm the only one here. Let me just open the door for somebody to comment after me. Yeah no i love mentality but you know what it's not even just the stars themselves not just dinosaur. You're not just barbara walters. Sometimes it's the atmosphere that's created around the absolutely actual office like there's some things i mean. The fact that connie was told that. I'm sure she was told that by a producer and maybe that direct order came from something that barbara had said or diane had said in the past but i feel like there's a better check system nowadays i feel like you can check stars a little bit more than you could back been
Essential Oils and Consciousness
"I'm here with Alan David Reed, and Tony Wolf, who are the CO creators of the TIN terrains model and authors of the book introducing the ten trains of consciousness understand yourself other people and our world after years of research, they're bringing their new model to the world to lead the way for a more harmonious future. Welcome to the show Alan and Tony how're. You doing today. Thanks Samantha. Really really well, thank you and you guys are coming in from Australia that scree and yeah. How are things in the COVID situation? They're they're doing well here where we're at, we're we're pretty fortunate to be having life fairly normal, but in other states south of us that were in lockdown and having quite a problem at the moment. To crazy time. Well, the last part of your by there seems like just such a beautiful, yet lofty goal to lead the way for more harmonious future a love this idea and I love just the idea of empowering people to have greater peace of mind about what's playing out in our crazy world today rate. So you can feel it everyone can kind of feel in the air there's this higher tension. There's this sort of importance kind of looming over all of us and it can be really overwhelming for some people. So I'm curious the work that you're doing now did it start can have recently in light of everything happening in twenty twenty or did it start? In. Now, just sort of coming to fruition or has been an ongoing research project for Tonya night for good eight years and for me for my life, as well as Tani's lies we've been preparing I guess individually for this, but we find it. This time now is perfect for bringing his workout. It seems like we were being prepared to to share this with the world. It's it's absolutely Spot on for what's happening to explain how people are reacting in light of the situation going on now with Cova de and How they can find A way through all of this. Get Out of the fear that's being you know brought around. Everybody lives at a different train of consciousness, which basically means that entire relationship to reality is different. It's almost like good think of as ten different operating systems will ten different paradigms and so depending on which terrain you're at. You're actually gonNA see what's happening in terms of the coronavirus very differently from how someone at a different terrain will see it, and so even though book came out five years ago when Pedalo people read it and been using it at this particular point in time suddenly there's a huge amount of need. For this kind of information mainly so that people can understand the people that they're living with why they reacting differently to this situation, but also so that we can understand ourselves on what's coming up for us. You know what's being triggered in us what what kind of things what kind of lessons way facing this pointing out journey right now because of the terrain where during this virus crisis, right? It is an interesting point you brought up about when you're living with someone year all sort of in the same household seen each other's. Reactions and maybe it's your boyfriend or your husband or your wife or your teenager all GonNa react to what's going on completely different ways and so you're saying that this is partly due to them being at different terrains is that right? Well yet I mean obviously, there's a lot of differences like personality type differences and differences in experience and maturity, and also people's childhood wounding playing out all that stuff that kind of stuff everybody already knows about people fairly familiar with, but there is actually a second thing going along as well which. Is Wisdom that in spiritual evolutionary journey where they're out in their actual evolutionary development and that is the terrain of consciousness that there and often people in the same family will be at the same terrain weren't being issued but sometimes been not sometimes the parents are at a different train than the children or to spouses of different terrain from each other, and that can be some really deep fundamental core differences in what they need to feel safe and how they're interacting with the situation the on not explainable by things like personality type. That much So there's ten terrains total. Can you give a I know we can't cover them all can you give a few examples or kind of a brief overview of some of them? Yeah. That's a great question man. I'm I'll just quickly run through the basics of a few of the main. You not made people at the trains at both ends of the spectrum as less people those drains for. Those. But I'll pick out of the five main ones that you likely to meet people. APP. So the festival talk about is the Wheelbase Terrain Pyramid of there's not that many people that terrain, but it's the terrain that's coming mushroom scarcity consciousness fear and the survival strategy here is to amass. Much. Power and wealth so that you can control other people and it's the terrain with quite a lot of domination over others at its core, and then the next terrain which vast majority of people are GonNa make a probably GonNa be at is the older base terrain square, and that's where people actually really feel that the common go to the majority is more important than their own self interests trying to fit into a civilized society being upstanding member of that society and contribute to society and the sense of safety comes from being part of a will ordered system and so how can. I contribute talking I follow the rules. How can I believe thirty? How can I make a difference as a citizen and then the next train after that the reflection based terrain diamond, he's essentially terrain where people pushing over that system. A little bit that they sense of identity comes from their own mind that their own choices like rather than going to do what my parents told me Authority figures tradition tells me I'm going to lose my own path and I'm going to be an original thinker. I'm GONNA make choices about my identity. So he we see a lot of innovation originality. People living their own lives and deciding who they are and a lot of what we're seeing in current Western culture is coming from this terrain of diamond because as a collective at in the west at the moment particularly in the United States the prevailing terrain is actually at diamond. And then the terrain to that the connection based terrain circle that's terrain where people have actually shifted from the head into the hot and from doing into being, and at this point in someone's journey, the very much connected to the web life connected to the Hawk connected to their feelings attention working more deeply with. Based natural bites price processes and everybody listening deeply to each each other from vulnerable place and is very much an emphasis on community in connection the terrain, and then the terrain opted that one cold, the coherence based terrain spiral, and you may have some of your listeners being this terrain. This is terrain why someone sense of self goes from beyond connection to the web of life to actually connection to the multidimensional cosmos. So these people might be woken all different levels of there being and they're always trying to come into full residents on a levels being mind body. Too Hot the high end knowing that possl all of that kind of stuff always listening for what resonates with me in a moment how can come fully into coherence and they're at a point in their journey where they deeply understand in a really embodied why they create their unreality. So they're always wanting from inside out and look at what's coming up in them in how it's creating the reality around. So that's kind of just like the five that will most likely to encounter. There are three that are more expanded than that, and there are a couple of less expanded. But each of the Toronto, really different way of relating to the world and a very different religious to things like house and hells practices
"tonya" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"You should Megan I Tanya design for arch okay. Don't tend to be also I wanted to pitch this. Oh, go. A crossover of I Tanya and I Frankenstein what if they exist in the same universe? We should honestly I. Now I'm like, should I change my other birthday Patriot episode to I Frankenstein? Honestly. Something good. Think about. Hybrid site is. To perfect movies combined, it couldn't be done. Oh God I love I frigates. Ed. So much like. Scene where he's on top of the mountain swinging around nunchucks but there's no one there I love it I simply don't remember I think I've seen it but I don't remember anything about it. Aaron Eckhart really wishes that you didn't remember anything. I would I would gladly record a bonus episode on it though if that was your birthday wish maybe that's the move. Pat To make my wish come true. Well, we. All right. Well, thanks again everyone and we'll see next week by. What's up everybody. La Comedy Group Obama's other daughters and on our podcast you down, we're discussing what's going on in the culture. Everything from dating to therapy look y'all. So facetime so Thank you..
"tonya" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Forget the exact wording is like gum you're dumb piece of shit who thinks she deserves to get hit right where you know. We can get the subtext of what she's saying, which is that you don't deserve to get hit bunches leading you're piece of shit but also she's hitting Tanya, show the exact and then tiny responds by being like well, where did I get that idea? The implications of that are obviously like, oh, I deserved to get hit because you hit me my entire life. There's yeah there's no subtlety in the way that issues presented yet but that's good i. don't think that there should be like shades of gray present. This. But it is interesting to me and Jeff is the less fleshed out character of the two of between him and Levada but it is interesting to see I think as of right now I feel like. It is an interesting and I think kind of impactful choice to characterize an abuser a little bit and. Allison Janney. There is a part in the movie where she says like my mom was nice and nothing happened you know and like, and that's why that's why I amounted to nothing I. Think was the implication of like Nice parents in poor communities raise on remarkable children seems to be her belief and that is a moment that reveals so much about that character and who she is and it's like, do we want to see a three dimensional depiction of an abuser in some ways? It's like you don't really want to introduce a like I don't want to be able to empathize with this person but real life abusers have motivations and have elements, and probably you know not every single thing. In their entire life is the worst thing ever and that is something that you struggle with and that's part of the reason why abusive relationships are so hard to get out of because. People are in them. Yeah and. People. I think it's dangerous to depict an abuser in a way that we might be empathetic or sympathetic. It's yeah. Them I think it is though important to present them as kind of like three dimensional people because then we can kind of start to learn. Okay. Why are you this way? Is there anything about you that can be helped and ready to not be that way because oftentimes yeah, and abuser depicted in media is. Just like very one dimensional. They're just sort of like pure evil kind of thing. Right and we don't understand why that way or if we do it's you know be an interesting villain character, but it doesn't if the objective is to get people to recognize people like this, who may exist in their own life that is not the way to go, right? Yeah. So I think it's it was actually pretty responsible on the. To Depict Levana the way that she was because she is a flush out character who the movie also doesn't absolve her if anything which is important and I thought was also effectively do i. think there was one moment where it was like should we giving this abusive woman laugh? Lines? Right. She it's like whenever Tanya and Jeff's relationship has kind of like taken off and we don't see there's A while she's my fucking storylines disappearing. Now. We're like. Laugh light it's like I don't know there's some shades of gray that are not totally comfortable with yeah. But by and large how she's treated in in the movie narrative wise I thought was interesting and if that's the choice they're making to have a three-dimensional abuser, the movie doesn't absolve her. It's clear that what she's doing is in the wrong but it offers some insight into why that may be thought that was an interesting choice. We don't get that as much with Jeff. I don't particularly care another element of the abusive relationship that I thought was very interesting and ultimately pretty effective was Tanya is the abused in both of. These relationships she's on the receiving end with her mother from the second she emerges from the womb and then shortly after seems like she and Jeff had like three weeks that were really pleasant and then seven or eight years that we're fucking nightmare. Yeah. But I think that an and I need to do more thinking on this and I want to bring more effective examples to the table in the future. But I feel like in general there is this media trend of when women are portrayed as being an abusive relationships onscreen. In I, think actually an exam, a recent example would be Nicole Kidman's character in big little lies. She's abused by her husband. Pretty brutally in that show, but her character is presented as kind of a perfect character of like here's this woman who works really hard does all of her domestic chores is basically bringing her husband his meal and he whacks it out of her hand in and hits or that sort of thing where we are seeing a depiction of abuse that is like. very hard to Washington. It is I'm sure realistic to some people's experience but these flawless women in abusive relationships I think is kind of a media where it's like and she never did a whole thing wrong in her entire life. How could this person abuse her whereas in time is abusive relationships Tanya is a very flawed character she fucks up A. Lot and and there are examples of times where she fucks up in ways that have nothing to do with Jeffer- her mother she fucks up independently like a person would. Right. So again, it's showing real people in abusive relationships. There's examples of like time a lot in this movie and in her life and like it couldn't be more clear that just because. You don't even have to like her to recognize that she doesn't deserve this abuse and I just thought that that was something that I really haven't seen that much of like especially a woman in an abusive relationship where she can be a fuck up and she is doing stuff. She's not a perfect person and she's receiving abuse. She doesn't deserve that where. Yet. Character that just sort of drew my attention to however it is to see a flawed character receive abuse in a way that it's still very clear that it's like, yeah that was something I thought about it now that's really interesting I. think that's a symptom of so many movies do depict an abusive relationship it's caricatures almost it's a lot of like archetypes it's not real people who are the characters of the story so they don't seem as fleshed out or they it's you know you see the writer being well I wanNA, make my character this way and and to me in some crazy way that justifies or doesn't the abuse they receive sort of thing so they're. Not Real people who the storyteller designs in the way that they think is going to serve their story best, and oftentimes like you said, it is like the. Show pretty little. Little. Pretty. Pretty. Much. I like to call it the Laura dern in ipad shower. Never. Going to know the difference between pretty little liars and big little lies to amazing shows. Though. So it, often we do see you know very kind of like perfect prim proper woman who doesn't really have any flaws been the victim of abuse i. think that that's almost like another way to justify writing a female character that's unrealistically passive Ya, yeah, we're like the female character receiving abuse is not doing anything wrong in any area of her life and she's punished but I think the writers of stories like that or like look how tragic or like look how much she doesn't deserve this whereas I think like the those same people would like oh but. If the characters flawed, it makes her somehow deserve a little bit more and that's obviously not the message anyone should be sending. So yeah, I think it is really interesting that Tony is depicted as a flawed character and that does not make her deserve abuse just that was like something that really struck me with this movie where it's like that is so cool that and also I, think that like I'm saying it's trope reading like the perfect woman who is abused is also dislike Lazy Writing Yeah it's easier to not write a character that behaves like human. But. But in this in this movie I just that was like one of my favorite elements of it that screw. Cool. Not that I want to see abusive relationships on screen every second of my life. But that was I thought like really effectively done. Yeah and and they really they don't spare the audience in the way the abuses depicted I mean it's it's it's hard to watch. It's. It's hard. Let's take another break and then we'll come back for more discussion..
"tonya" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Okay I know he's so hot is young Jeff gloomily as older Jeff, gloomily without weird goatee horrible. The mustaches bet you've got some how he's got face that works for Real Life Jeff gloomily did look. Straight up disgusting with the Mustache. I mean this again, it's like movie hotness of Dislike I. Guess you can just wear and I it's hot. Well Shit Okay my favorite performance in this movie, Margot Robbie is awesome and Jay's. My favorite performance in his movie I had to look up this guy's name because he is like I think this is his big I like the guy who play Shawn, Eckardt Sean Aker Yeah I'm believing Paul Walter Houser I hope he's in everything he was. So this is a breakout role for him. I I hope. So did he was so fucking funny I know and I wasn't I didn't realize that I'd never done like a real deep dive on Shankar and I didn't realize how fully delusional he was, and then when they do at the end, they do like the side by side to see how exactly reenacted interviews does John. Eggert. INTERVIEWS ARE CRAZIES I. Work in, covert. OPS. Counter Terrorism. You're like. At their like Sean but you don't. Do. But we checked in your. I do I do. He's so fucking funny like per I'd I just show to Paul Walter houser wherever you are I'm sure you're listening. Thought he was like brilliant and I hope he's in everything now. He was he was so great. So I Tanya this story, we follow I Tanya through her ice skating. Who I on You How are we going to record another episode after this? Great we followed Tanya or is. She named. I told Ya through her figure skating career start when she is a soft four which means three. So we meet her mother Levana who is. Describe, she's overbearing. She is emotionally abusive. She's physically abusive. She is one of those parents who all look at all the sacrifices I've made for you and you don't appreciate anything. She's a very bad parent will hit on this an abundance replaces but this movie people have differing opinions on how this movie does with the topic of class. I think it does pretty well especially based on the fact that from what I if you know differently, please hit us up but pretty much every event described in this movie is based on anecdotal evidence and interviews. So it's kind of tricky to make the argument of like other making these white trash people look joke and it's like well, they did confirm that this is what they did down to like. That Guy Derek, like running through a fucking pane of glass that really happened. Of that happening WHOA. Yeah. Like all the stuff in the movie basically is stuff that realize idiots did. Happen where he bashed his head through it because at the baton, he could have broken the glass with the. That's possible. I don't know anyways the way this movie deals with class because it does make commentary without changing the story but I don't know I mean I was fortunate to have parents that were not abusive and are great. They're my problematic faves. But I do think it was like interesting setting up this dynamic and showing this dynamic that I saw in a lot of my friends growing up of like parents in poor communities being too hard on their kids with the implied logic being like. I need to toughen you up for the world or you're gonNA end up just like me, which is kind of the message. That's kind of Tanya's fear throughout the movies that she's going to be exactly like her mom and waitress, which she is for a while and it seems like and it's never explicitly stated. But my takeaway was that like Levana was basically like I'm going to be really really really hard on you to the point where it is illegal, abusive can throw a knife at you. But the overarching thing to be like I have to toughen you up because you're being set up to fail by the world and that is like a parent child dynamic. I've seen before and I feel like I haven't seen a ton onscreen. So I thought it was. Like scary. But like I I don't know it worked for me independent or if you do see it on screen, it's I tell you it's often not the main character. It'll be like the main characters friend who needs rescuing I think. An example that comes minus the craft where sure. Yeah. Right. I'm if I thought about it I'm sure I could come up with others but yeah, I don't know like. So there were certain moments with her of those like Ooh seems like my aunt or like my friend's mom of like some lines I read downward like you were soft nice makes you shit like basically these repeated enforcement like you have to be really tough on yourself on everyone in your life or you're not gonNA survive which is you know I I see where she's coming from I, don't hard disagree with approach. Literally everything but but I, I think the more common depiction in media over are there so many fucking movies about like rich children and their distant parents, not poor children and they're overbearing to the point of abusive parents but I think in the real those are just as common right? I mean. So there's I think it'll take me the whole episode to get through the recap but essentially, yeah, just follows Tanya and her figure skating career starting from a very early age. She's a stand out. She's very good even like she's. She's a standup comic. Rushing season three. Tonya harding story at a marvelous Mrs. Heart. So she is great. She trains a ton. Her mom does pay for all of her lessons is supportive in her pursuit of becoming a figure skater. But again, that's kind of like another class commentary thing where I think we're like. Of Poor families often feel like they aren't investment if they're doing anything extra where like kids who are from wealthier backgrounds are able to try extracurriculars and there's less of like a pressure to be like will you better have fucking fun supportive in the sense that she was paying for it that she wreck there but also inflicting a whole lot of psychological warfare on Tanya. It was like it was basically a contract for abuse rea- of like in order for you to do that makes you happy I have to be able to fucking be out abusive to you at All Times And that's the only way she can keep doing it. Right. So we see tiny is progress as a figure skater into her teens and early twenties, and this is also around the time that she meets Jeff gloomily I don't know how old he is when they meet, but she's only fifteen. He's probably I, think he's I think he's supposed to be one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty. Well, that's upsetting. So they start. Dating and then he started becoming abusive toward her as well both physically, and emotionally her career starts to take off she starts winning a lot of competitions..
"Acts Chapter One. Is really cool and really confusing not for us, but. Certainly would have been for the disciples on one occasion while Jesus was eating with. X One verse four by the way I should have said that sorry acts chapter one verse four in IV, twenty eleven. On one occasion while he was eating with them. He I'm sorry I can't skip over that phrase, but I didn't plan on one occasion. Not a special occasion. Just, just any old Sunday morning. Any old Monday afternoon. You know on one occasion. He would give them the instructions that would really explained to them his kingdom in a way they'd never seen. Any David the greatest promise of the greatest gift that they would ever. That they would ever know. Okay on one occasion. We'll have to go a little faster than this if we're going to get through it on one occasion while he was eating with them. This is Jesus eating with his disciples. He gave them this command. Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift. Wait for the gift. My father promised what you've heard me. Speak About for John Baptized with water, but in a few days you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit in a few days you will receive the greatest gift, and it's not gonna come in the form of a car. Or House or bonus or something like that? It's going to be the Holy Spirit the greatest come from within. Waiting on an amen. Waiting on the name, and like they were waiting on the Holy Spirit. But then this this, this is the part I want us to jump from today and we have. We have a lot of ground to cover, but from here then they gathered around him and asked him. Here's what they wanted to know. He's speaking about the gift that he wants to give them the holy. Spirit he's already died on the cross risen from the dead. He's about to send to have, but he said I'M GONNA. Give you a gift and you have to wait, and then they gathered around. The Nasscom Lord argue at this time at this time. Going to restore the kingdom to Israel. At this time. Somebody, say at this time. At this time he said to them it is not for you to know the Times or dates. The father has set by his own authority. But you will receive power. Here's the guarantee you will receive power. When the Holy Spirit comes you, and you'll be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the. Word of the Lord Be. Somebody lift your hands in the chat to say I'm ready to receive them I'm ready to receive both hands both hands. I'm ready to. receive it. Oh, by the way I almost forgot. Shout out to my fifteen year old son Elijah be fertig. The Be stands for beats. He's A. He's a beat maker. A producer do the DASH is youtube and I'm sure he would appreciate a subscribe happy Fifteenth Birthday to my oldest son, the one who changed my name to Daddy. And then change to get the Dad. I'll never forget the day. He dropped the D. y. off the it was a it was a horrifying moment. And just even saying my fifteen year old son. Do you know how? How are cake? That makes my bones field. My knees started hurting I just felt like automatically old when I said I was feeling sprightly, and then all of a sudden, I started feeling saggy. Let's say I have a fifteen year old son, but his birthday was yesterday, and I love him so much, and he's watching right now. He better be if he wants to use his own this week and I'm to quiz on the sermon. He's my number one conversationalist. He's my workout partner. Now he's strong. The be stands for beasts to down there when we're working out together, and we have a good time and I love talking to them about my sermons. He is a great blessing. Blessed. Chris. You didn't say Amen, and you have a couple so I'm worried what's going on at the house. Do you need? Children are a blessing amen. Amen, and when you getting ready to have kids, they give you all kinds of advice. We were talking about the birth of the Church I was talking about the birth of my first born son, but. When when you're having your first one right since you don't know what to expect at all, the experts come out of the woodworks telling you how they raise their kids. They don't tell you that that one. They're telling you how they raised and giving you advice based off of Winter Rehab three times, but they just start telling you all this advice, and they'll tell you. Oh, and they'll tell you perfectly. They will prescribe for you perfectly. Kids our blenders. And like you can put them together and plug them in and. They were telling us with Elijah the whole time. The put him on a schedule. Put Him on a schedule. You WanNa do. You WanNa. Do what we did with our kids. When we were your age, and now our kids are grown, but. What was really helpful for us? Just really helped us establish. Just. And it's very good for the child is good for us. Just put them on a schedule. I and schedule. Elijah was. UNSCHEDULED LEVEL Is that a word on schedule. If. It's not a word it's it needs to be come on. How many agree after the year we've been having I. Don't know how you do this, but if anybody knows webster, and we can get a word added to the dictionary I looked it up before I came out I. Don't know how we're going to spell it but I want to suggest that we get after the year. We've been having I want to add after after being a parent of three kids I want to suggest we get this word in the dictionary as soon as possible unscheduled. Everybody's say it unscheduled able. I I. was unscheduled able. I mean you can set the schedule, but he don't care if he doesn't give a crap about. Your stay does not care for sleeping for eating and my kids still, don't they? Do not check my schedule. Looking at me like your kids do. You. Like. Schedule my children my. You know what else my sermon preparation process is on schedule I. Don't know how to spell it, but that's what it is. I was thinking of a way to explain it to. It's. You know I set aside time to study right, and then I'll just sit there and look at the Bible of five bibles, and spread them out, and none of them make any sense, and then while trying to go do something else, and I got something else going on within the sermon will just come. You know walking through the door like hey, here. I am I. Don't care the a date night. How many movie theaters have we been trying to have a date on a Thursday night? And I'm like I'm sorry big. You have to tell me what happens to Tonya. Harding on the ice skating movie. I gotTA write this down. Real quick because the sermon does a check my
Despite more COVID-19 cases, Arizona governor will not re-impose restrictions
"Virus cases also rising in many parts of the U. S. but the alarming trend is not necessarily translating into increased containment measures earlier this week more than seventy five percent of Arizona's icy you beds were in use but despite that Republican governor Doug Ducey says he's not planning to call for any new restrictions on people in his state and that includes wearing masks despite the infection increased governor Ducey says the state is moving forward with re opening and is not considering re imposing restrictions like those that were done in March he also rejected the idea of letting city and county officials imposed their own restrictions state health director cara Chris says one reason there are more confirmed cases due to the amount of testing being done Tonya J. powers fox news two states that are delaying reopening plans or Utah and
Off-duty Chicago cop dead, woman critically hurt after carbon monoxide leak in Albany Park home
"Autopsy autopsy on on the the body body of of a a Chicago Chicago police police officer officer was was inconclusive inconclusive a a woman woman found found with with him him late late Tuesday Tuesday remains remains in in critical critical condition condition believed believed to to be be his his wife wife WGN's WGN's Tonya Tonya Francisco Francisco reporting from the city's Albany park neighborhood family members of officers who may I ask for privacy as they gathered some of the families things including the son's car seat and other items from the town home in the thirty nine hundred block of west Ainslie Tuesday evening big who was off duty and his wife were founded that town home unconscious suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning a neighbor said she heard the alarm going off for hours around noon one o'clock I started hearing the of the beeping sound a source tells WGN a car in the attached garage was found on but out of gas and carbon monoxide levels were one hundred forty parts per million well into the legal range the town home association president says neighbors were alerted to the situation later in the evening what manning's fellow officers arrived to do a well being check the the father father needed needed to to pick pick up up the the child child in in the the afternoon afternoon and and the the police police told told me me that that he'd he'd been been two two plus plus hours hours late late to to come come pick pick us us up up the the couple couple was was found found unresponsive unresponsive on on the the third third floor floor and rush to Swedish hospital where main died police saluted as his body was put into an ambulance and taken to the cook county medical examiner's office we think it was common monoxide poisoning the details are still involving he's married he has a three year old son they're very very nice couple he had been with the department for just under two years he worked out of the twenty fourth district in Rogers park detectives are
Lawmakers hold hearing on police brutality and racism in America
"Today today the the house house judiciary judiciary committee committee is is hearing hearing testimony testimony on on police police brutality brutality and and racial racial profiling profiling it's it's the the same same week week that that house house Democrats Democrats introduced introduced sweeping reforms like banning police chokehold ending no knock warrants for drug searches and forcing states to collect data on police misconduct felonious Florida brother of George Floyd who died under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer a death that touched off international outrage spoke at today's hearing when you watch a big brother who looked up to for your whole life dia di bigger boys mom I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain stop was the entire Joe was called by him and he was like no it please listen to the crowd I'm making to you now to the calls about family and the callers rang out the streets across the world well borrow backgrounds genders and races have come together to demand change NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell joins us now Kelsey of Fulham's Floyd very powerful broke down in tears and just one of several witnesses today most call by Democrats so what else did you hear I think that I we heard one of the more moving moments from Floyd's testimony there he he was very clearly emotional after having the funeral was just yesterday I think one of the theme that we heard across the witnesses from both parties is that there was an acknowledgement that the catheter Floyd was wrong and horrifying and that reforms are necessary but there was not a lot of agreement or commitment about the right way to go about seeking those reforms I I will say that it was very interesting also to listen to one of the Republican witnesses her her brother was a federal officer who died it near the end the protests in Oakland California and she said that she empathized with the family of George Ford and she called for the same kind of justice for her brother she was called by Republican she's a former Republican congressional candidate in California so there was it there was shared horror on at the death of George Floyd but that that this is not yet quite at a point where there's an agreement about what to do about the striking to see a Democrats and Republicans have different lists of possible law enforcement reform you put them next to each other they're they're different and as we heard from Tonya Democrats have on their list banning chokeholds Republicans don't his representative Karen bass a Democrat talking about national standards for police it should never be that you can do a chokehold in one city and not in another there should be basic standards there should be basic accreditation there should be continuing education just as there are in so many other professions tells you what else are Democrats proposing while Democrats have off of a very extensive bill they're talking at a bedside from just the typical day want to ban what is known as qualified immunity it gives it is being used by police officers to to said that they would be immune from from from trials essentially from civil prosecutions I loved it that is something that has been controversial I will say that the the issue of chill cold has not been completely litigated between Democrats and Republicans there is some openness among Republicans to consider a ban but there are also talking about de escalation ways to lessen potential for choke holds that there there's a feeling among Republicans that they do not want to constrain the local police so what is possible here and something that the Republicans staff has raised with me is that there's a possibility that outside of the building across have proposed there could be additional separate bipartisan negotiations and talks we do know that Republicans in the center working on their own proposals which we may see in the coming days well and it could be said that Republicans are using calls to de fund police as evidence the Democrats are weak on crime here's the Judiciary Committee ranking member the Republican Jim Jordan it is pure insanity to defund the police and the fact that my Democrat colleagues won't speak out against this crazy policy it's just that frightening well having to speak to a representative Jordan tomorrow but meanwhile Democrats have spoken out against you de funding the police is something protesters are calling for representative bass called it a distraction senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia so the idea is crazy of so where does this debate go are they just talking past each other well it is interesting to watch Democrats figure out how to respond to these demands from their base it is not uncommon for either party to be trapped in a situation where the activists portion of their bases calling for something more extreme than the establishment partial portions of the party you're willing to get behind by and large elected Democrats in Congress are not in favor of the concept of de funding the police they say actually attempting to rewrite a little bit of what that means we've heard some some Democrats say when they hear D. fund they hear reform and that they that they think that the real intention here is to change the way the police interact with the communities that they serve NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell thank you so much thank you
New Jersey gym reopens in violation of stay-at-home order
"Now a New York gym has opened up in defiance of the governor's order to lock down saying we will not stand down joining us now is Tonya J. powers from fox news so stuff like this is popping up around the country will subpoena what's what are some of the penalties in New York good morning good morning well this by the way the New Jersey Jim it is if you currently when they went ahead and opened anyway and violation of the state lock down which I I don't think has an end date at this point from the North Sea the police were we were there on the scene you know when they opened up because they they already made it a kind of a big deal about saying that you know they were going to open you know even even in defiance of the order that there had been about to remain to stay open that kind of thing so obviously local law enforcement knew about this they told him he was violation in violation of the stay order of time at the owner of the gym and then they said okay we'll have a nice day to all the people who were there and then they left and then a little while later the officers apparently came back and I don't know if it's the same officers are different one but that's when they handed out a disorderly conduct someone to the gym owners who don't appear to be very concerned about it in either way one of the gym owner said that you know his attorney didn't seem very concerned by it and neither are they are the owners themselves they say that they have put safety measures and things like that in place that they're going to have a social distancing measures that kind of thing yeah so even though they've done that they are still in technically in violation of the state order from stay at home absolutely I would have to assume they are still in violation okay tentative powers fox news thanks
Lawsuit claims negligence in coronavirus-related death of resident at Bria of Geneva nursing home, Chicago
"And what's believed to be the first cobit nineteen death lawsuit against the Chicago area nursing home has been filed against bury up of Geneva one out of every four of its residents have died from it WGN's Tonya Francisco reports hello I'm I was a lonely woman Michael Cole well remembers his mother in law Helen Sucha as a gracious intelligent hard working woman who after raising two children went to work at the famous como en in Chicago as a bookkeeper and a waitress for thirty years she had a whole collection of customers who loved her about a year ago the family moved Helen to Brea of Geneva they last saw her in March just before the facility was locked down because of code nineteen will such a passed away April twenty six at ninety seven years old you all had no idea that help and was sick until you got a call saying she passed right the funeral on Davis Helen's death certificate and I'm that death certificate it says that she was ill for one week prior to her death and then it's it's less less a a covert covert as as the the cause cause of of her her death death absolutely absolutely incredibly incredibly outrageous outrageous attorney attorney Peter Peter flowers flowers has has filed filed a a wrongful wrongful death death lawsuit lawsuit in in Kane Kane county county circuit court accusing Brea of Geneva of not taking reasonable measures to ensure its employees and staff members complied with the Kobe nineteen preventative directives of the Illinois department of public health and the centers for disease control brio spokesperson has released a statement blaming the deaths in part on what breed of calls a lack of immediately accessible cobit testing the Associated Press now reporting on a study that suggests forty one percent of all Kobe deaths in the United States have been linked to nursing homes
U.K. epidemiologist radically lowers his predicted coronavirus death toll
"R. Neil Ferguson is an epidemiologist and he's been outspoken for weeks about the virus and how bad it can how bad it can get and you site early on he said unless and until it's possible we're looking at over half a million deaths in the U. K. most recently I think within these last days the same Neil Ferguson acknowledging that adaptation is in place and that people have changed their conduct so that the virus does not spread well in LA he is now made remarks saying well what we have now could bring in the death toll well under twenty are under twenty thousand that's way put it now that's a dramatic change from science in a period of weeks from a half a million to twenty thousand I am not either number is acceptable however that's that trajectory suggests that bores and seven could be caught making the wrong policy decision when science switches on and how is it done with what I know it's been a a very well reported story about the imperial college being not so gloomy well you have to be careful I I think with how you interpret your professor Ferguson's your updated system it's on that because remember that the estimate the you know more than five hundred thousand Britons with Tonya Harding you know if nothing were done to check the spread of the disease yeah my understanding is that they haven't really replace that but what they've said this is actually the measures the government has put in place in terms of the social distancing and also in terms of the more recent lockdown might actually be effective at slowing the spread you know I think this is important because it is a fast moving situation in so many records I mean first off it measures the government has taken in the individual people are taking in terms of hand washing or social distancing you're going to have an effect on the spread of the disease of the of the the screen with the places on healthcare systems and the ability to treat people the longer read away the spread the more prospect there is what people could benefit if we find treatment for it so I think the American in terms of this policy for networking built in the column it's important to understand if you're appealing to science to justify a particular policy finances often going to be a moving target here are over it's going to be that element of a political decision making that you won't be able to get out of the spot if you wonder what the scientists
Chicago: Mother of slain nursing student arrested after police encounter at U of C Hospital
"An eighteen year old nursing student shot and killed Tuesday outside a convenience store on Chicago's south side was not the intended target she was one of five people shop their seventy nine ten Woodlawn WGN's Tonya Francisco has spoken with her family the mother claims she was arrested at the hospital after viewing her daughter's body J. a B. man was a nursing student following in the footsteps of her mother and her well the family of J. U. Beeman says their grief over her death was further compounded when her mother was arrested and now the ACLU of Illinois is speaking out on her family's behalf you hate them was so bad that my daughter have to get shot the mother of J. U. B. men questioning why someone fired at least twenty shots into a convenience store hitting her eighteen year old daughter in the chest killing her police believe the gunmen were targeting a boy inside the store at seventy ninth in Avalon last night when they wildly fired inside that boy was not injured but police say two women who were with him more wounded the three other victims including J. Edgar boyfriend for innocent bystanders Chicago has is not equipped to handle a trauma center J. as mother says her grief was compounded when she was arrested and charged after Chicago police say she pushed and kicked an officer after breaking down while viewing her daughter's body the Chicago police and university Chicago police handle us so you maintain humane I passed out when I saw my baby and they drove me out the hospital let the dog they created us so badly unjustly so inhumane and had the nerve to tell us that screaming and falling to the floor was not proper closer spent the night in jail the university of Chicago in a statement says he'd parted staff is prepared to deal with grieving families and that the decision to arrest the mother was made by the Chicago police officers investigators are still searching for three men seen in surveillance video leaving that scene in a white sedan that has damage to the passenger side fender tended windows black rims and no front license plate
5-year-old boy, grandfather killed in Cicero apartment fire memorialized in community vigil
"Family members neighbors police and firefighters all gathered in a community community in in Cicero Cicero they they remembered remembered the the lives lives of of five five year year old old David David castallanos castallanos to to third third and and his his sixty sixty one one year year old old grandfather grandfather David David castallanos castallanos senior senior both both were were killed killed in in an an apartment apartment fire fire it it happened happened early early Tuesday Tuesday near near twelve twelve place place in in Cicero Cicero Avenue Avenue WGN's WGN's Tonya Tonya Francisco Francisco reported reported from from the the vigil vigil at at says says rose rose liberty liberty elementary hundreds from the community of Cicero including the town president when you call today make sure you hug your kids tell me alone and David's teacher he loved everything he wanted to make his dad so proud came out to pay tribute to the kind of Gardner among them the customer knows family the building commissioner commissioner who who was was also also the the school school board board president president spoke spoke about about visiting visiting the the scene scene the the day day of of the the fire fire and and I I could could not not focus focus on on on on the the damaged damaged building building what what I I was was focusing focusing on on is is the toys in the bikes with big wheels that are are in the backyard and I felt a bit of comfort knowing that that little one had fun short time he was here daisy Leone and her nine year old son Julian little couple doors down from where the fire started it's a very sad sad week Sattar said black every time I pass through their just keep on my face this is a real fire chief says the investigation has ruled out foul play they're now focusing on electrical and mechanical equipment in the building's basement
Oscars 2020: Joker leads field with 11 nominations
"Me down can you introduce his character came to Phoenix in his movie lead the way in the nominations out this morning fox's Tonya J. powers as more live Dave jokers a live in nominations include Best Picture along with Ford versus Ferrari the Irishman Jo Jo rabbit little women marriage story nineteen seventeen and once upon a time in Hollywood as well as parasite no one can Phoenix gets a Best Actor nomination for joker is up against Antonio Banderas for pain and glory Leonardo DiCaprio once upon a time in Hollywood Adam driver for marriage story Jonathan Pryce the two popes changing you could be the never the Oscars will be handed out February ninth in Los
School district shuts down to combat rapidly spreading virus
"Jim route all forty one schools in Mason County valley school district fifty one in Grand Junction just east of the Utah border are closed thanks to the rapidly spreading set of viruses one that brings fever and balls that bring vomiting schools nursing coordinator Tonya Armand says some of the infected have been sick for weeks the school district says the schools will remain closed while all campuses are disinfected and students and staff can heal they plan to re open after
"tonya" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"On February Sixteenth Nineteen ninety-one twenty year. Old Tonya harding stepped onto the ice. In Minneapolis Listen Minnesota for the US figure skating championships. She cut in atypical figure. Her skating dress was mint green polyester. Her Blonde bangs were teased into frizzy curls but Tanya was more than you need in her appearance she was about to attempt something none of her fellow competitors competitors could even imagine a triple axel wegner music started Tanya. I performed back to back. Camel spins extending attending her right leg behind her in arabesque balancing on her left blade as she whipped her body around then. She pushed off charging down around the rink gathering power for a triple Lutz. Tanya balanced on her left foot gliding backward then launched off her right toe pick rotated in the air three times. She landed perfectly on her right blade but a triple Lutz was a relatively routine new new for Tonya harding in his commentary. Figure Skating analyst Dick Button voiced with the entire rink was thinking and now the question in is whether she will become the first American to attempt and complete a triple axel jump fueled by Momentum Tanya propel down the ice gaining speed then halfway down the rink she let herself coast on her right foot. One breath tube riffs then she turned and pushed off the outside edge of her left skate. Tanya rotated and impossible three the and a half times before landing back on the ice on her right blade she nailed it. The crowd exploded in cheers. Here's and applause in that one split-second her entire life changed. Tonya harding made history as sports. Reporter Chris Connelly lamented. If we could stop her story right there it would be one of the happiest stories stories you could ever see but her dreams would end abruptly less than three years later when her life was rocked with violence and scandal handle Tonya. Harding would be notorious for all the wrong reasons..
"tonya" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"For thirty documentary called the price of gold which was directed by netbursting came out through espn a couple of years ago and what i like so much about that film is that the purpose of that film is to reexamine the story of both tonya harding and nancy kerrigan to look at bis this scandal this incident as it were and really to make the point that the entire skating system is so flawed because it was awful for both of them it's essentially it's terrible if you become the person that they don't favor but it's also terrible if you become the person who's treated as sort of princess e and you know favored in a way like nancy kerrigan was because if you remember what happened after those olympics was that nancy kerrigan was immediately ripped to shreds for being ungrateful and ratty for saying what i consider to be normal human you know you get caught in a disney parade saying it's corny to be in a disney parade on course it's corning we'd be in a disney parade and it's the kind of thing that nobody cares about when other athletes do it so i've elite the bursting documentary which and stephen and i were talking about this earlier is pretty clearly one of the inspirational pieces for this film and i think the director of the people behind this film have acknowledged it i thought that was a really interesting film because its purpose was not to make you sympathetic to tonya harding its purpose was to say she had a terrible life nancy kerrigan had a difficult life in other ways because she was not a wealthy shoe set up grossman like she was a rash girl and up and a prep or whatever or presi and nancy kerrigan was from a blue collar no family also so i'm more interested in examinations of that system and its inequities then i am.
"tonya" Discussed on The Filmcast
"I don't think that you're right that this may be being her last gasp um if there was an air of desperation about her whole quiz i come back that year to me that maybe doesn't quite come through in than us but to me you know i think she does come across those tough but brittle and funny and plain spoken and just like a woman you feel like you know from other parts of your life and uh you can kind of see how her environment you know um would have set her up to be capable of these monstrous things but that she herself still seems like a child at heart i think is is kind of how it like almost and arrested development thing is how it played community mm all right well those are some more facts on the tonya harding situation and watch the movie what's the documentary is actually a bunch of youtube content some person went back and assembled like all the footage of the entire story from news clips on youtube which i've found very instructive said recommend that it's like why isn't it amazing that in that time we had like hard copy and there's like a reporter from hard copy that's energy had fed escom and you know just seeing that title which doesn't exist anymore i guess hard copy as a shell just brought me back to that 90s oj simpson at just the advantage tabloid than before we had reality tv like this was our advent of reality television.
"tonya" Discussed on The Filmcast
"It beggars belief that someone could be that unlucky in real outright because of a lot of stuff that doesn't even make it into the movie but another place i think they show her not taking full responsibility is that she has asthma and she smokes this is this is why i think the movie is squarely in her court and uh to mix my sports metaphors uh it is squarely on her side i i think i think um may be your knowledge of her as a person uh gives you a deeper reservoir of information through which to watch the movie but but in a calling my perception it may i think in may because of a when i got from it is is a purely sympathetic telling of a of of tonya harding's uh sad tale of being um you know in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people who always mistreated her uh and and yabe she's culpable for sort of you know being around them but it it really does seem like it is her uh is sympathetic to her plight i think from for the entire film i think there are hints of what joys talking about in the interview segments that the movie cuts between rent but you see interviews with like a recreated interview with modern day tonya harding where she consistently denies culpability for anything that happens to her she added get a taste of it but you're right yeah i think you're right yeah but i think you're right that yeah that overall the movie makes it out like tonya harding was the unfortunate recipient of this g scott dealt the bad end and that's what the movies about so.
"tonya" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Oh boy nantes were with the unbia they know so what can you tell us about tonya harding entrepreneur tony heard our new her bodyguard a thousand the trailer for i tanya the newest film by director craig jill sp was written by stephen rodgers going read the plots of me from and to be competitive ice skater tonya harding rises amongst the ranks of the us figure skating championships but her future in the activity is thrown into doubt when her exhusband intervenes really really underlying says guy groups so i mean i think the broad disprove saying that the oj the it's like oj simpson's going about his live when disarranged occurrences get in the way right i think that uh v overall events of i tania are wellknown but we will still divide this review into a non spoiler and spoilers section and joy you're one of the biggest figure skating nuts that i know you really enjoy the sport and we follow jewelry on now to be fair it is a splinter we may fainting fanned n i would i want to dig into that a little bit you guys obviously know each other well i don't and i assume our audience doesn't as well i wanna know the roots of that before we even delve into the movie wet how did you become a fan of figure skating did you figure skate yourself how did you where did that come from and tragically bad on the ice myself and i think.
"tonya" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Of a story that is to an extent about constructing a narrative for yourself it feels a little pointed in again it not in a bad way i like it but it's not unobtrusive here's why all of life is a learning experience everything is part and a big master but sometimes it's plus heart to re i mean it's like if you get too close to the screen all you can see is a bunch of little thoughts you don't see the big picture until you stand back but when you do everything comes focus i like this this construction in i i like it is well it it will talk later about i i tinyefuza similar construction which we know what the thing is we know that we know what tonya harding that's unsurprised anyone and we know upfront what suzanne stone does so then knowing all that and not having to wait for that as an event that's going to come later in surprise us uh we instantly enter into this mode of reflection you know and picking apart what happened without having to you know so that since it's kind of effective to have the information up front 'cause you get a different kind of movie that way i think it's interesting a you're introduced to larry as a corpse indigeneous accuracy of him and actually like a shot in the the barn in now that the gun china by like that seated super super early enough elman this is my first time seen this movie so i did not now what that meant and like i hadn't really cracked all the mafia stuff the ethnicfamily you know that it was.
"tonya" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Actually i remember i was actually come back from the commercial set and at my agent called and he goes hey i let this movie about tonya harding and he took it just in the breath that he took i went through like seven different thoughts away i'm not looking to do another sports by opic no offence to al movie the weeds hit we had done a sports biopic and then it didn't other biopic and seems so long ago and as you know and then he finishes ends with end with magoe robbie playing tonya harding and housing that is the craziest combination i love my goes work as really familiar with it and had dance that she can do drama in comedy is something that i love to work with and i was hoping that maybe this group would reflect that and then i read the script and it was the craziest wildest ride that i've ever written that i've ever read and it didn't i couldn't find anything to compare it to is i kept trying to find out the movies to to look at and obviously to die for was one of the first things i thought of that you know that nicole kidman and gus van sent that has the the gneration and in the interviews with them but it's very linear and they're all telling the same the building on the same story in this this idea these contradictory viewpoints that never get resolved and then on top of that the talking to each other and talking to the audience and it was just and there was a lot of other voiceover going on and the you there was a two hundred fifty six scenes in one hundred ten pages and i actually worried whether it could hold that because this the energy of it was so much better it actually then complicated even more by adding a breaking the fourth wall which wasn't in the script in decided to bring that in as well so yeah i mean it's kind of amazing you know what i've thought about where i try to think about the movie logically it shouldn't work not altogether it should make sense but it is so uh it's just so compelling that so grabbing that goes beyond just the rip from the headline story it's something about watching us the sort of leader.
"tonya" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Hurd round the world why are we still so captivated by this story what does that say about us here is zz top with hits 1985 single sleeping bag one of the unconventional heavy metal songs tanya performed while on ice i'm tom johnson this is on three england named we're talking this hour about tonya harding and looking back at her life her rise her spectacular public fall from grace you can join our conversation has time heal the wounds softened our perception of tanya is a right to reexamine and reevaluate her legacy follow us on twitter and find us on facebook at on point radio and i want to go back now to christine brennan the distinguished sports columnist for usa today she is covered more than a dozen olympic games and she reported on the tanya nancy saga from start to finish christine that last caller just before the break one went out of his way to defend tonya harding insertive criticised you for being too hard on her there seems to be this kind of sympathy for the underdogs sentiment in american society isn't there i'm wondering how you react to that oh absolutely and and white even with sanger quite a lot of people saying thank and i can quite movie there could even be more people saying that i'll i'll use the term we've been using a lot lately in journalism you know facts are facts i mean uh there's a there's a lot of ways to interpret things that happened in this story and that's what makes it so rich in entertaining and interesting um horrifying grade whatever you think there's a lot to it uh it was at the weirdest both bizarre most amazing story i've ever covered in my career and when people say oh this is like tonya harding houston's like nancy tanya nancy has like under no nothing is ever going to be like that so i get that but i'm a journalist and and i'm going to say what happened and again it is so popular tom for people to say oh tonya got a raw deal poor tanya.
"tonya" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And that is tonya harding speaking in a documentary for espn uh and so it's not hard uh it's not hard christine to feel some sympathy for her uh on the other hand i guess you could also make the argument that hers was somewhat of a wasted talent isn't route argument top probably were into triple digits now on that one though about this story over the years uh tonya harding has no one to blame but herself she was the greatest jumper in us skating history maybe still is to this day and women's figure skating the us certainly at the time at a time when they were getting rid of the compulsory school figures the painstaking tracing so figure aids which happened happening 1990 and basically putting a premium on one thing jumping which is what time you did born in nineteen seventy comes along at the perfect time to have two olympics 1992 and then the olympic committee a few years earlier had had decided they were going to stagger the olympics so they move the winter games dot from 96 but in '94 so by luck of birth anyone board right around the time tanya was born gets to olympics she should have won two olympic medals uh in one case 92 she leaves her home and portland and arrives in albertville not an easy trip to the french alps from portland oregon uh three days before the competition just a re to kill us uh lack of of pride of a sense of where you are a sense of respect for your support and for training and being a us olympian and it says she's not jet lag and of course performs poorly finishes fourth and then of course admit she was jetlagged and then of course 94 with the.
"tonya" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Tonya harding changed my life if if it's not for the record rounder were the world on january six 1994 uh then at their ends up being uh book because the tv ratings at forty eight point five tv ratings six highest rated show not sport split 653 show television history uh in late february when uh tanya nancy and everyone else skated in the women's short programme in lillehammer at the olympics uh that rating proved descript near that there was interest in a book the book took off an inside edge the especially became a bestseller and allowed me to uh have a wonderful career that i've had so so yes uh it's uh it's with fond memories uh of all the ridiculousness and craziness of that time and of course the serious story of of course than attack on an athlete um that uh that here we are again so look back on this story i certainly we member of the time you know there was a kind of the good girl bad girl aspect to this story i mean that secure again was so beautiful well dressed and tanya was a little rougher edged d this is that kind of tanya bad nancy good story was that you think sort of over done at the time and does this i'm i'm curious whether you think this film might sort of correct that perception at all you know a great question tom and i i do think it were allotted johnny come lately it to cover this story because how can there not be very few people covered skating entitlement started really covering it in 1998 eighty eight olympics in calgary and then and then again in ninety so there were very few expert covering the sport back then and so it was easy to come up with these narrative that a lot of us journalist as we have everyone was thrown into the story of our live um leo beds we issued validity that with cable news in the fact that you know oj and and tragically to dead bodies came along what four months later this was before oce and this is uh this is you know when we have this insatiable appetite for all of this you know reality style tv before there is reality tv.
"tonya" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Leave and she was famously involved in the topic of this film yeah which is in the 94 before the 94 olympics it's a guy connected possibly with jeff good luli tonya harding's than ex husband it took a baton and beat her knee in and that there's that very fair on honey nancy kerrigan answer competitor a nancy kerrigan was her competition yet and then she had her knees beaten in with a steal baton boy and a silent and there's a very famous security footage of back video footage of her going which is partially why am obsessed because she's the butt of a joke in this poor woman got her knee bashed in and and that's incredibly darkened something about that tickles me a little bit yeah and i mean it's an amazing so gril fairytales it's an amazing americans or even just in in in the history of itself isn't that nancy kerrigan seem to be america's sweetheart she will like a white that footage of hers in like a wet princess stress black hair perfect skandia seem to be from a good family tonya harding's from a trailer charq ishbel kind of environment her mom is terrible her dad seemed okay but then again left her with admirable woman victim of domestic bonds at home victim of domestic violence in a relationship and just kind of underestimated very had all the skills to be the best in the world but was always kept as an outside because she she just didn't know how to present herself when she didn't want to be what the other girls were either she wasn't like a disney princess which if you look up footage of her boxing paula jones you in an apology owns running away from tonya harding in the boxing ardo going after a pummelling her then you know why so all i remember from this in history was that tonya harding was a villain she.
"tonya" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"The m tcombcp the watches have really clean designs make a great fashion statementthe time to step up your watch game go to mvmtcombcp enjoying the movement decided cubango so you can put those with the watches yamaha super gift really nice um yes what were you about to tell me were talk about the movie tolerating movie were you are old enough to be aware of this at the end but just a almost not enough not only have to be aware of the inner personal drama just of the action and it the and what resulted in level yeah hullabaloo the hubbub hubbell ya well i i mean that was such a big deal yeah and you imagine no in its it's fascinating how it was so much about class and uh like this sort of white trash verses elegant princess thing just with the hair along yeah and while and her pull back tonya harding is like really it's stereotype of the white trash thing her mom was married six or seven times really church she had abusive family members god she her husband was abusive and she married him at nineteen and i mean everything that you could think of that we associate with man could you imagine how great she would have been of a skater she hell she was the she wasn't ready she was one the second person in the world to ever do a triple axel wallwork and that like people used to make fun of her thighs because they said they were so big it's because it's like lawyers slakes yes i can powerhouse online and to rise up.
"tonya" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I know is we have a clip here this is the it stars magharabi is tonya harding it's basically tonya harding's perspective on the whole scandal like you said let's take a listen to us here's all we say time yet tell the truth there's no such thing as true everyone has their own truce come on what kind of frequent person bashes in their friends knee who do that to a friend terrific question so that's a clip from the eitan tanya trailer the story of tonya hardingnancy kerrigan what what making you love this so much i mean first and foremost i really above there was a tonya harding documentary i think it was a thirty on thirty on fox which does a really great job a kind of unpacking the history behind this kind of like media amd up rivalry between the two because tanya hails from a very different background the nancy like nancy was from the fluent family like very like a beauty pageant likeness at the time they pointed that you but tonya like was the underdog and she was scrappy and she came up from like not a terrific socioeconomic reality so they drummed up the media joined up this rivalry at yatta a class war love it i mean oliva class more but i love the movie is about oh my lorde so anyways tanya was involved in this movie like she had she had like she's likes it and she sanctions it so i think it's interesting to get this kind of perspective on this underdog we've really vilnai's in the wake of something that she didn't even do she didn't know about it she admits that up after the fact which was scared for her life for so she says so the thing you don't like this week involves murder robbie who's playing tonya harding in this film in an incident the happened while she was doing press for this film correct what happened so she's on hannele she talking about i tanya which she produced a and that's a massive achievement as we all know and reporters ask about what it's like to be married because she's recently married here and that's a bummer because that's not a question that's usually fielded by male actors our producers of directors but that kind of became the.