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Fill The Vault
"About two years ago, I read a book called the actors life by actress Jenna Fischer for the six of you who don't know. She's most known for playing the character Pam on the office. But her book is all about what it's really like to become an actor in Hollywood. One of the things that she mentions in the book is about the importance of filling the vault. Here's a quote from her book. She writes every project you finish has value whether it's the one woman show. You wrote the Web series with only twenty four of us. The pilot wrote with your friend. All are important and will pay off somehow. Putting things in the vault is important. I have a friend who's been writing a hilarious, and since series of children's books for the past two years. She's a struggling actress. Who said to me one day I. Don't know why I. Keep doing these books. No one's going to publish them at the very least they keep me saying I love them. And I told her one day. You're going to break out in a big way I just know it and your new fancy agent is going to ask you what ideas you have, and you will go into your vault. pull out the series of children's books and say that you have a fully developed idea for an animated series, and it will happen because that's how this stuff works. When you become a busy working actor, you won't have time to fill the vault, so fill it now. I love that image that Jenner Paints for makers who may be feeling discouraged that their work isn't being shared with the masses yet or haven't hasn't been shared at all. And I love how she points out the importance of doing the hard good work and filling the vault now so that later you'll have worked to pull from after you get super-busy, but I wanna take the liberty to extend this concept of filling the volt, even further because the truth is. We need to be a practice of filling the vault even after week. Week published land the job seal the deal or quote unquote make it if we don't have a regular practice of filling the vault, even small ways will get bored burnout. Give up or lose our creative spark, and I'm just going to adhere to filling. The volt is really for all of us whether or not, we ever realize our dream or hit that big goal or make that big deal whatever the case may be filling. The vault is part of being human. It's part of the creative process, and it is so deeply important. Taking my inspiration from Jennifer, fisher? Here are three ways to fill the volt, no matter where you are in your own vocational journey so that you keep doing your good work forever. Number One. Keep a quote journal. I'm a reader and I'm a firm believer that my very best ideas are not exactly new, but tend to stand on the shoulders of the best ideas. Someone else had I'm admitting it now there you go. You heard it here. First. I've made peace with this and I realized part of the way I fill the volt is to pay attention to and write down quotes that are meaningful to me so that I can let the thoughts and ideas from other creators sing in harmony with my own experience and hopefully one day that will become a new song. This is a lovely way of honoring the work of other writers and letting their work inspire new work in me, not as a way to copy them, but as a way to learn from them not to get too Meta, but the title of this episode fill the vault. Those aren't even my words as I've already mentioned. Those are Jenna Fischer's words, and I got them from a paragraph in her book and that Paragraph in her book inspired an entire episode of my podcast. See how that works. A second way to fill the vault create right and store every idea. This one is most close to the intention. I think Jenna had in her book when she wrote about filling the vault. Have a way to categorize. Your ideas doesn't have to be fancy has to work for you. This is for you if you are a high school student with dreams of going to film school, or if you're retired and wondering what might be next, my dad wrote his first book at Age Sixty six, and after retiring, he now co runs, Hope Raiders fulltime with me Brian, Dixon. He's using skills that he filled the vault with for decades now he's using them and hope writers, but he never knew if they would be useful. One day spoiler alert. They are useful and his life is proof. Finally a third and perhaps most overlooked way of filling the volt. Rest on purpose. There's a woman named Tricia who I've been learning a lot from lately. She sees rest as a healing tool for empowerment. She's the founder of the net ministry, which you can find on Instagram at the net ministry, and her work is to examine the liberating power of naps. Yes, like I'M GONNA. Take an APP like a toddler. While she believes rest is a form of resistance and in her words, a key component for justice. In her work, she speaks specifically to black women who are actually burdened and exhausted by the state of the world today. One Way to fill the volt is to rest on purpose. Imagine the lasting healthy change that could come from well rested people. And that is essentially where you'll find me today. Every year in July I tried to take some intentional time away. You won't see that reflected in these episodes because I've worked ahead so that they can drop on time last year. I took a month long sabbatical this year. It's only two weeks, but these two weeks are vital for the health of my soul, my family and also the work I do here. With every book I've written with every new idea I've had. That has grown into something lasting. I can point back to a specific and intentional time away from where that new idea was born or took more meaningful shape.
Fresh update on "web series" discussed on Native Trailblazers
"Wants to just so he can smack vince around. Yeah. Twenty minutes. Have the title already have the title. What Max? I. Just. Series I I think you guys. There's one little gold mine in their Sunday's. Not There's a goldmine won't. Even if it's a web series I, think there's a little gold mine in there for you guys. Treasury true comedy. Around so for now. I'm. Too. Funny. In College. Signals can you imagine how great that is? We've got a crocodile. I can't take it. You. Don't snack signals snack? No. I'm saying because smack signals all the it's going to not only have that name but a lot of really bad ways. You guys are really getting in trouble. Oh No, no no, you don't understand. When Chris Amazon here I said Hey so Can you tell me about the WIG or what? And Ben SOMOS, Pitas fans and crazier goes yeah. It's been twenty years. Let me just go ahead and let that that secret out and he laughed he thought it was great. And of course, I couldn't stop myself. I'm going there like the whole like entire show but right? He thought it was absolutely hilarious that you know he talked about it because apparently, no, one would just ask him about the wing straight out, but I have a problem with them. So that WIG. And I and to this day, you think renee would agree with this and I think I and I know that Lauren would agree with the six we've talked about it but I believe that if there's a museum of native movies. We've been wait. Wait wait. Wait. Wait a minute hold on hold on. Now. But then okay so I think we'd all agree with this it. There's like a museum that get started about all native American. Movies that have been made. Adam beaches Witt will be an a glass case. Little. Like the hope diamond. I mean we all know that that's true. It would just be in there like all. You know looking as bad as usual but all lit up and people just be like, oh Yeah exactly. Exactly. You know. I, did. I 'cause I was like. What is with the, whig? Christmas like we don't talk about that. Well he talked about it, we were very proud that he talked about on the show. Years, ago. Exactly. EXA-. Was Raw and now once he talked about it, he said, well, you know I needed to have his hair long for another role. Then we get Gary Farmer on and because you know how I am on my so gary about that wake. And your farmers like I said well, you know we talked about it already it's Ok and this has happened that and he explained about this and this, and he's like Oh bull crap man let me first of all I told her we were a wig away from an Oscar. Let me also tell you that he just didn't want to cut hair. Because, it wasn't because he was doing no no other project..
Will and Jada Pinkett Smith opened up about their relationship on 'Red Table Talk'
"Jada Pinkett Smith actress married to Will Smith. She was a very popular Web series, which is called Red Table Talk. It is usually her sometimes she's accompanied by her daughter, Willow and her mother. And it started off is just like women talking around the table talking about women's issues. Specifically, there were some confessions there were some realizations was very authentic. And it was very revealing, and I think that's part of its appeal. Because if you know anything about Jada Pinkett Smith, she's had a very complicated life and upbringing and she was really honest, A ce faras the things that she was making known on this Web series. I use that as an introduction. Because out of that There has always been this Ah, assumption. There've always been these whispers that Jada and will were either in some sort of open marriage or some sort of agreement. Where they could kind of do things. I've heard all sorts of salaciousness accusations that I'm not going to get him to all those I met her. I meant actually her and will while they were dating before they got married through a mutual friend. My outward impression is they are a real couple. And all real couples in Reald marriages have really problems. So that doesn't surprise me. The question has always been. Is this a marriage for public convenience? Or they actually together? In other words, are they married just to keep the brand and empire together? Or they actually husband and wife? That was always the question. Then there was this RV rap singer by the name of August Alcina about maybe a week and 1/2 ago. Correct me if I'm wrong. 12. Who, in an interview with the New York radio station for some unknown reason, said that he was in a relationship his work. With Jada Pinkett Smith. Over the period of years. I said years might have been on and off again, but it was over the course of years. Jada Pinkett Smith did not come out and immediately deny it, she said. I'm going to have to bring it to the red table. In other words. She's going to have some sort of moment where she's going to either reveal something or deal with it. Head on. And that happened today. They did not let anyone know that was going to be dropped this episode of red Table talk, but she also brought in Will Smith because August Alcina said in that interview in New York that He had this relationship with Jada with the blessing of Will Smith. Well, here is her response and to Allah on the other side. I want you to talk about when you sat down and broke bread with Will Smith and what you got from it. This is what they both had to say about whether Jada Pinkett Smith had an affair. Look, that's the wrong audio. We moved this whole real quick here this So what happened? Jane? Okay, so let's start with I guess about 4.5 years ago started. I think it was 4.5 4 years ago, Um, started a friendship with August and We actually became really, really good friends and it all started with him. Just needing some help. You know me wanting to help his health hiss. Mental state because of me. That was the thing without when. When Aug first came around, he was he was really sick. He was really, really sick. Yeah. And The outpouring for him from our family was initially about his health. Yeah, and I mean, we found all those different resource is you know, too Helpful them through. And from there, you know, you and I were going through a very difficult time. Yeah, and we decide down with you kick me to the time with you. Yeah, we marriages have that though way. Basically, we broke up. We decided that we were going to Separate for a period of time, and you go figure out how to make yourself happy, and I'll figure out how to make myself well at that particular point in time. It was indefinite. Yeah, I really felt like we could be over. Yeah, No way. We're over. And then what did you do? J d. Well, you know, I think from there, you know, as time went on, I got into a different kind of entanglement. With August 1 thing I wanna get clear about clean up one of the things that was kind of swirling in the press about you giving permission, which is You know, the only person that could give permission in in that particular circumstances myself? Yes, exactly. Yeah, but what August was probably trying to communicate because I could actually see how he would perceive it as Permission because we were separated amicably. And I think he also wanted to make it clear that he's not a home wrecker. Which he's not thinking So I mean, because this is your table, and you like brought yourself to the rare table. I think you need to say clearly what happened as far as what you and I Decided we were gonna take our space. And what happened? Yeah. And then I got into an entanglement with entanglement. August. That's what I said. Entanglement. Yes,
Carrie Underwood opens up about her miscarriages
"Carrie Underwood opening up about suffering three miscarriages and again early twenty eighteen they work out so at that point it was just kinda like okay like water do I keep getting pregnant if I can't be kidding Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher posted a second episode of their web series Mike and Carrie god and country the couple now has two
Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans
"And if you could ever like yourself as the subject of a story it's like it almost takes a work of imagination to like you know. See that who you are can. Yes object store. I mean I basically grew up in. I think that's part of both my power and my weakness is like. I grew up in an environment in the Silicon Valley in the eighties and the nineties. And so I know that perspective because I grew up in the perspective of like Oh are Asians the other when you're surrounded by it. You are indoctrinated it and so you know what they're thinking and I grew up in a Chinese restaurant as well. So the fears of what people think of you are completely intertwined in your brain and in your heart. I think the Internet changed so much because when I watched youtube video and for instance and dance like I saw how fast the perspective of what Asians are as dancers in the dance world. When I started Asians were known as amazing hip hop dancers. But when I went to those tournaments and these these these conferences whereas they're six thousand Asia American dancers and their amazing hip hop dancers. And that's where they Kaba. Modern was job. Jabotinsky was there. Were all these amazing answers. And the world didn't know about it and in the span of like four or five years everybody knew about it and suddenly it's like. Oh Asians condense. When did you start going to these dance and I went? Let's see my cousin was going to San Diego State. And so she'd be like you have to come see this because you like dance and this is incredible and so. I want to say it was like two thousand six two thousand five. The collaboration or which dance competition was this They Will Aberration Star. Collaboration collaboration but there's also other ones but data for the first time. And that's when I did step up to I was like when I was creating sabotage like crews because I've seen these crews And Job Lock is like the. All Star like they weren't there was no ABC. At the time there was no nobody knew them they had never been filmed before so we got them very very early. But witnessing the shift of people seeing agents dancers and stink. Oh there can be the best. When you see these Korean dancers in those Uniqlo ads or in missy Elliott videos like it changed and I could see how fast that oh it just takes an example. I love that you have always seemed to love dance and music and sort of gravitated towards those areas in your work. Obviously I remember. I went to the set of your web series. You're super can't series the St shooting like a showdown seen in the town true we had. They're kicking us out in fifteen minutes so he just shoot like our whole last episode at fifteen minutes. It was insane. I was I was there. It was pretty great. And you really between that project and the step up movies and the Adam Chu dance crew. Which I'm GonNa make you explain to turn around and the Internet back then but you really seem to to be able to lean into these interests of yours but at the same time create company of talent like Harry Shum Junior. Got So many greats spotlights through your works with him and so many other dancers got on my rematch. Cast Nets smarr. All that stuff was crazy. It was crazy times. How did that like what? What kind of role did that project? First of all. How do you describe it now? Looking back I mean we were early and Youtube. There's two thousand seven two thousand eight. Maybe I don't know maybe two thousand eight nine somewhere around there and basically we had done step up to and Miley Cyrus had watched the movie and so she called our fourteen year old star of that movie atoms. Vanni who played Moose in the movie and left a message. He didn't answer he she him as I loved you in that movie congrats and didn't leave a number and so she's like fifteen or sixteen and he's fourteen. He calls me like. Oh my Gosh Miley Cyrus just called me. Can you get me her number? I'm like a I don't know how to get her now to call her age. He's like Yeah Asia. No I'm not going to do that but she was already had a youtube channel and we had already were thinking. Hey we should do some videos on youtube thing and so I was like she has her best friend. Mandy. Who's a dancer like? Let's challenge them to a dance battle and just challenger and maybe she'll answer because she knows who you are so we got our crew together and made this crazy video challenging her to a dance battle and two days later she answered and she had the biggest youtube channel at the time This is at the height of her sort of power. And when she answered us She got all her celebrity. Friends made it like music video and got included channing. Tatum and Jenna Dewan in their video. Which is kind of a slap in the face to us. We'll man dance battling real though we should. We should resolve more things. Thought those this was west side story digital like this real shit and people online like really got into it. People who hated Miley could be on our side and then people who love it could be on her side and we made another video. After and we pulled out our Rolodex we got like Sandler Lindsay Lohan. We got Chris Brown before the incidence of Diana. Ross Amanda bines before here incidents. We've got a lot of people. And then we got a huge amount of his we've got millions and millions of hits and at that time it was big and so then she answered again with like helicopters and Ryan secret and all these people about this whole thing which I remember it being just so huge but it's kind of an example of growing an Internet age community in a way very very like demonstrably has power. I mean you've also worked with Justin bieber twice and saw how how strong his phantom is. So it's kind of cool to see the Asian American community rally around Craze Rich Asians and that came out not that at all at all related to one another safe. You know all these I mean they are little bit though. That's that's what I wanted to ask about his Asian American dance crews and southern California's. Such a thing you know I went to Ucla. Watch them and it's so cool to kind of hear you talk about how. Yeah Yeah I mean I you know. And Jabber walkies like weren't they on like America's best dance crew or something like that but that was that was when like the world got to know them but before that they were in ACDC dance crew before they were actually as during while they were on there. They were in step up before they were ever On match you put you put the Jabber walkies on the map that you represented elsewhere. We film them for those for sure. I had already made my first studio movie and yet I still felt like when I would watch youtube. This is like energy and I reminded myself that. I didn't have to ask permission for anything like I could have a camera. I know how to edit and I ended all the. Are you to battle videos? I didn't have to answer to anybody. And that's an amazing confidence builder and powerful thing to know that you have at your fingertips and you can have millions of people watching it tomorrow. Not next week. When a marketing company goes not with the press release like just releasing it. There was a big lesson to me during that time knowing that I have no excuses not to make stuff at any moment that I wanna make
The casts of The Goonies, Friday Night Lights, and Melrose Place are all reuniting
"The one of the things that's come out of our quarantine in this covert nineteen world is the reunions of your favorite old TV shows I think a lot of people are going nostalgic right now anyway just in terms of what you're watching because we're all kind of harkening back and grabbing for a simpler time but also there's so many opportunities now for people to connect over zoom over Google hangouts over all the other meeting apps so now we're getting a ton of reunions you remember John Krasinski reunited with his office co stars recently the cast of that thing you do linked up over a virtual screening of the of the comedy after the death of the lead singer of fountains of Wayne the Goonies just did a reunion of Friday night lights having a reunion and Melrose Place is having a reunion tonight six five one six four one one oh seven one what TV show cast would you like to see reunite remember the cast of the nanny did a table read of a show the first yeah and you know Bradley you'll you brought this Josh gad is kind of at the center of a lot of these reunions well he he's the one behind the Goonies and there's this new web series and it's called reunited apart with Josh gad the first one is the Goonies and that premiered yesterday it was actually I mean I'm sure somewhere I was paying attention better than we were but I saw this yesterday morning and it took place live at about eleven o'clock our time yesterday after morning but then I watched it when I got home and it was about thirty minutes like twenty six some minutes of Josh gad hosting a reunion with literally your favorite people from the Goonies and not only your favorite people but like the writer the director and Steven Spielberg so he brought all these people together it was just like frankly I think one of the reasons these are happening is because it's so it takes such little resources to make it happen you literally just have to have the people and by the way nobody's doing anything right so everybody is available to show up for
"This is Unorthodox University leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host Mark Oppenheimer Anaheim our joined this week by another host tablets senior writer. Liel Liebowitz hello to you you lying. Doug Face Pony soldier. Oh isn't that the greatest I word ever cody soldier. This Joe Biden thing I did not. Did you call someone a pony soldier. A very lovely moment. Ask them very innocuous question. He turned around and said No. You didn't you lying dog faced pony soldier. Wow then she was like what he's like. It's woman old. John Wayne move was like no. It's not every single John we you literally. It was big in Delaware that instead slander. That's slur was big in Delaware. The nineteen fifty. It was a pre talkie. That's got to the president just for the Retro Quality. Just just to take us back in time Lille and I are alone in the studio today. Stephanie has jury duty so it's just only al to celebrate. Celebrate the upcoming hog known to the gentiles. Valentine's Day is revelatory. Yeah that's right Ed. We will be speaking with some people who know something about Love Seduce today. They are among others. We're going to have the cast members of the web series soon by you about dating in the modern Orthodox world how carp when our favorite guests from the apology episode came to our live in Cincinnati to tell us a very very special story. And then if you like hearing US whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Buds wait until Oh you hear the lovely singing voices in our interview with cantorial student. Jacob Sandler yes he gets US singing. We really do put you in the Mood for love. This is love is in the air in twenty twenty s as the corona virus. But Hey you win some you lose so the the updates on our lives. Stephanie is currently only doing civic duty during jury duty somewhere in the five boroughs Stephanie was in Scotch Plains New Jersey having a great event there a few days ago Maybe we'll we'll get the update next week. Leo You're in the motherland right. I was in beautiful Israel. Why for my grandmother's one year as a memorial service? Yeah Had a chance to sit and study some Tomlin with my Gerke Hassett cousins. I dearly love and again you know. We're often kind of like you know funny about these matters here but every now and then I really do get the urge to be sincere when I sit with people who you would think we have absolutely nothing uncommon. But then you realize we are truly literally and metaphorically speaking family and when we get together that love that connection is completely puttable we have spent very a little time talking about the fact that you're related to Garros So how did these are first cousins of yourself. I Costa who went. Who Went Garrard in your family? My Grandmother's sisters Shula Married Girl Haas. Okay this is a particular sect of Hasidim. What is there? What's the What their vibe? Like what what makes Gerhardt's put it like this cafe after the memorial service writing grandmother. Someone was talking about a person who's become about Shuba who's found religion later in life and became a gir- haas acid and one of my cousins who is Haas it said really no one becomes Bolshevik becomes a hostage and I asked why not and my cousin said well. Because it's it's perfectly fine to be like a really religious Jew and not go all the way to where we are. Why would you ever do the house? We have no choice right. Mind way you ever come here. It's so interesting I don't have any Cassini blackadder's any Haredi in my family I have modern orthodox cousins in Israel whose parents my mother's first cousin hasn't her husband actually were leaders of the conservative movement in Israel but then there's not much of a conservative movement in Israel so if you grow up kind of conservative conservative acts like observant conservative but if you SORTA got a pick or are you going secular going modern Orthodox and they're you know they're orthodox but I don't know of anyone who's like got the hat and the beard. It's a great a crying. Shame you have Hasidic material written all over your basically and this is the thing that I I kind of realized this week. 'cause we were hanging we were talking and at some point. The conversation vacation got kind of really elevated. And then I thought you know moved to dial like three clicks to the right and we're talking about Cherry Garcia Right in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy right eating shrimps and the bus and the way to Monterrey. That's kind of the VIBE. Yeah really the essence of not just observing the strict strict interpretation of the law but really trying to find this motionless spiritual connect mystical court to it would love to. I WanNa hang with your gear custom in cousins or Greg. I had a slightly different experience but in its way no less mystical by the way while you're talking about Jerry Garcia on the bus. Were you on the conference call when I when we were all doing like a pre show Oh crap and Rebecca. My thirteen year old was in the car and she was saying Dad. Can you explain the the grateful dead to me which is a really deep question because you know I could say I mean. I think we'd been listening to uncle. John's John's Bander Casey Jones. Or something you've come on. Come on the playlist in the car and I could say well it's a it's a group from about nineteen sixty seven to nineteen. Ninety give is playing the debt side. But I could give you the Brownie right and you'll eat it thirty five minutes you'll understand everything about this man. I mean I. It's really hard to say because it's so much more than a band to six never made sense to me before I try them on. Meet cliche thing to say. One is a grateful dead. The second is tennis and attended attended. I'm like wait until you understand. 'em This is a great game. I just have to move my eleven right. I'm so into this now. I add my own mystical experience in Wia missing in Pennsylvania and a bunch of people came like they'd set up fifty chairs. Forty five of the chairs were were filled with super curious. Interesting people of all ages a young rabbi from Lebanon Pennsylvania brought his twenties and thirties. Group is like young singles of which there were five or six and they were super into it and they listen to the show and they wanted copies the book and it was magical. The Jewish Cultural Committee organizes their author series was three people. None of whom was is Jewish. Okay one of them was Nancy Russo. WHO's married to to Paul something? Jewish and Nancy is is Italian Catholic by upbringing. The main woman the director of cultural life for the Jewish nation is Amanda Hornberger. Whose husband is like something German Lutheran? She herself grew up. Congregational est she's on the vestry of her united the Church of Christ Congregational Church. I've always said that the congregation great out and there was a local librarian named John who grew up in Baltimore where he did sixteen years of Catholic school and then went off to college college. I mean literally none of these people even guys. Every time we meet a gentle on our show it turns out there a quarter Jewish. These people like zero Jew in them and yet they are keeping the Jewish heart beating y missing Pennsylvania. They were interested they were curious they're booking good authors. They're running great programs. The people they bring in Inter asking smart questions Jews by choice we had a convert. who showed up a Sherry came and said thank you for your your help on my journey? The podcast has been meaningful to me. gentile L. spouses of Jews. Why a missing? Pennsylvania was among the greatest afternoons of my life is how it ought to be how it ought to be. Whatever New York like fucking fucking A.? Y. A. Missing Pennsylvania it there. Are Jews starve reading. The News starts reading this and I want to see even today do an event at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. And you'll get fifty fifty three people and I go to why missing and get forty and in town. That's probably like twelve thousand people get numbers you get. People are truly engaged truly engaged and so grateful full end their listeners and the ones who aren't listeners could become listeners I it was it was magical. Speaking of Magic Amazon is somehow making the Nazis disappear in news to the Jews. This this week we learned from the New York Times about that Amazon is and I quote quietly canceling its Nazis over the past eighteen months. The retailer has removed books by David. Duke a former the leader of the Ku Klux Klan as well as several titles by George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party Amazon also prohibited volumes like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and and history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind from its virtual shelves. What are we think of Amazon? Taking strong hand Nazi literature out of its store. You're I'm not down with it. I'm not either tell you. Because here's the thing. Once you at a major conglomerates start making judgment calls about what is and is is not permissible for its captive audience to read. I think you're sorta screwed actually kind of a free speech absolutist in this way like yes I want everyone three David Duke Doc if only because once you do unless you're total frigging maniacal moron. You'd understand that this is absolute drivel. Actually want like free copies and like every this show be like. Hey guys here you go and try to get your way through mine com- If you can't get twelve pages into it. It's the most boring stuff you'll ever find. The beginning is funny. The middle sags the characterization gets gets a little thin toward the ad still never figured out how it ended. I never read it. No but really like do I really want Amazon making this call them. Why not the next up being like well you know This type of ideology is also quite offensive to us in history is in the type of thing we want people to read. You can imagine agenda that you can imagine where it goes very quickly to Jews in the Middle East or Zionist saying. We don't WanNa read you know the Hamas Charter and Palestinian activists saying we don't want to read. This spoke about the founding of Israel. I mean it's all of a sudden you've a lot of people who authentically believe that they are keeping genocidal literature out of the hands of other people saying what people can and cannot read and you add in the fact that Amazon really does have a kind of monopoly power. What we're reading? Yeah and find the these days of elsewhere.
Where are all the Asian Beardsmen?
"In November of twenty seventeen filmmaker Justin. Chang decided agrout his facial hair for the first time I had never tried to grow out my facial hair before because I was just scared to do so like I wasn't sure how it's GonNa turn out you know. My Dad actually has a pretty boss mustache. And he's known as the Asian Guy with the mustache but I didn't know if I had heard of those genes just in his Chinese American and he says people always treated his dad's moustache like an exception to the norm. A lot of Asian. People were impressed that he could grow it out. On a lot of non Asian people read more impressed and sort of I think I signed him like these masculine values. That a lot of Asian American men MM stereotypically are not granted I think part of that too is because he grew up in Tennessee and Texas and in the sal you know facial hair was even more of a signal. Oh masculinity down there and it helped him get by email. Think that something like phase. Here's that big of a deal but like everything communicates. Justin didn't go up in the south like his dad ad. But he's from San Bernardino California where they're also wasn't a very big Asian community just an always has some scruff but he had never let his facial hair grow now in his late twenties he was about to travel across the country to film a documentary. I found my own production company called J school and we focus on telling stories of underrepresented represented people in other words people caller women and the Lgbtq community and movember provided him with an excuse movember also known as no shave. November is an annual event where men are encouraged to grow mustaches for the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues. The Movember Foundation a global men's health a charity which began in two thousand three has always focused on educating man about prostate cancer. Anticipation cancer but in twenty seventeen they expanded their mission to include spreading awareness about mental health issues and suicide prevention in issue that was really meaningful to Justin quick onto warning. There's a short mention of suicide coming. Yeah I had a friend when I was younger. Who took her life and it really is what I attributed sparking my career path onto a creative journey and it was my only outlet when I I was younger to write in sort of tell stories as a coping mechanism from when my friend died so when I saw that Movember had expanded its causes to also covering suicide aside if I like the perfect kind of aligning of the stars that I want to try going on? Facial hair was 'cause I believed in and since he was on the road working on his film there there was no one around the laugh at me if it look bad so he started growing at his facial. Hair Okay Caroline. I think this is a good time to admit that we don't have much personal experience. Dance with facial hair right ADA and we're also not Asian American men but we've decided to explore this topic Asian American men and facial hair. Because we've heard it's a thing he's like kind of a thing right now. It's definitely think there was even this article called. Why Asians Dread Movember about difficulties? Some Asian men have growing facial higher. I laughed because I get it. I understand because I know that. Some dudes can't you know what I mean just like hey some dudes like me aren't six feet tall. You know what I mean. It's like you're dealt a hand play it. I do think that there is something very specific about men feeling like they can do anything that that they see other men being able to do. I know some Very Very Astute East Asia gentlemen and if I'm really breaking down what I feel too was them. It's probably jealousy and breaking you know whether jealousy comes from this idea that they can fit into Western perceptions of masculinity better than I can also. It's important to question when you hear the phrase. He's Asian men and facial hair. Do you think of East Asian men Southeast Asian men South Asian men. These communities can have very different issues regarding facial the hair I grew up in a six. I don't have a choice. Beer's become such a hip thing so for me. It's very interesting to observe because I keep a beard for very different reasons. Both to my parents were really worried about me going airports because I mean I'm a brown dude with a beard people get uncomfortable. I can see it in old y people's faces when I am boarding a plane so this is our investigation. What's the vocabulary we don't know what does that have? A Moustache flavor saver. Chinstrap is just like when it goes your sideburns. Connect your cheekbones connect your Chin and how do other people feel about their facial hair. This is something that loves those bugging let me about to because she was so good looking back in the day but first. Let's go back to Justin so he's on the road traveling across the country doing interviews for a documentary series called ritual which is about NFL players and their pre-game superstition and he's also a few weeks into his facial. Missile Hair journey by week three like I had a pretty good moustache. I was pretty sure wasn't able to grow a full beard. I was manicuring it the best I could. He's googling photos those of Johnny Depp. Michael B Jordan and Robert Downey junior to get inspiration on how to style his facial hair into a goatee one day. He was in Denver Filming. Maria's Thomas a a superstar wide receiver for the Denver Broncos who also happen to be doing movember for the first time and he actually flies out a barber from la every every couple of weeks to do his hair and he was doing well for the first time too and his barber was giving him shit basically for being like him. Ed Others Asian duties grown up way better than you can. You can't beat the Asian Guy. So how did that make Justin fail. I dig any offense to it even though like it clearly had racial overtones overtones because I get what he was saying like. They didn't expect me to have such a full mustache. Goatee and this Guy Thomas. WHO's like obviously way tougher for the Niamh as an NFL player? He could barely grow the peach fuzz. It was just kind of a very self aware moment where you're like. Damn I can't handle a tackle or run. The forty yard dash or catch a touchdown in the end zone or win the super bowl ring like he can but for damn sure I cannot gross facial hair this might sound like a nice happy ending of Justin's the number story but it's just the beginning he soon finds out that not everyone has positive reactions to his facial hair one of my friends who will remain nameless she goes. How's your new former birth control but we'll come back to them later so we've learned not the ability or inability to go facial hair can be a source of insecurity or pride for certain men men but for most it's still purely aesthetic choice just like I put my hair in a ponytail or choose whether to wear makeup a certain way for a lot of men facial hairs away the former identity through their appearance? But what if your facial hair could actually affect your job prospects. We're going to take you to Hollywood where your appearance. Especially as an Asian man competing for a limited amount of rules can either get you a coveted role or lead to rejection desmond. Jim I'm an actor on generic barnacles implant season villain in season two saga shake hosts. A podcast called the Bollywood boys and I have facial head. Desmond is an Australian actor Who's been in shows like reef break now chocolates and missionary chronicles and most recently got cast in Marvel's Falcon and the winter soldier? Saga was in a web series called unfair ugly about a Muslim American family in Orange County. He is the Co host of the PODCAST. Bollywood boys and on the cast of the sketch comedy. Show that get Brown. We got them in a room together to talk about their facial hair. Visual here right now is recently shaven. It's an attempt at the Tony Stock Goatee and I haven't pulled it off in addition to Desmond's goatee. He also has long black hair. That goes just past his shoulders that he sometimes wears in half ponytail. Saga wears his hair shorter but he has a full beard like like the beard. Easiest of beards that anyone could possibly have. My beard hair is like as thick as wire. It feels like wires. You're coming out of my face from every possible poor. It's pretty intense. It's a lot of maintenance earns when saga says his beard was high maintenance. He wasn't joking so a lot of work. You you know like I got a shampoo rush it so the shampoo can get like in their condition. It I brush it against the conditioner. Rinse that out and I tell dry air dry for like five minutes. I blow dry. I gave some beard oil and brush that in and I gave moustache wax soccer. Who is Pakistani American? started his acting career without facial hair. In the beginning he wasn't booking anything his agents eventually dropped him. He says he started growing his beard out of laziness. I remember the first year that I grew out my beard. Maybe maybe four or five conversations that I had daily whereabout my beard. The first thing anybody would say to me would be dude sick beard bro. Dude how did we get itself full on my God. That's such a nice beard things like that easier or fuck. It feels like okay. It's catching atun on. People are watching me. I'm doing something right. At least I can grow a beard to get some people's attention because like in this industry you can be Super Knbr talented by the look and you're not going to be seen and so definitely helped get me into a lot of doors in two dozen fourteen. He started art decorating his beard and putting the photos on instagram. We're in Venice and we're sitting like this grassy area and there was like these little white flowers I I was like hold on analogy. Hey grab fifteen of ood beard and then I posted a photo on instagram and got like a couple of hundred likes and this is when like getting a couple of hundred likes. It was like Oh shit. This guy got a couple of hundred likes. He also decorated his beard for Christmas using miniature ornaments and for Easter. He put peeps committee eggs in his beard with toothpicks. By November of two thousand fifteen he had collected a series of these beard photos and a reporter from buzzfeed interviewed for story. The article coincidentally came out the day. Okay before his ten year high school reunion which he thought about skipping. I was really hesitant because people have done things and like they're working regular jobs they are married and have kids and like what do I have. You know I was what twenty eight I feel like. I haven't accomplished anything at this time. Caroline did you go to your high school reunion being in no did you. Yeah I I still have really good friends from high school so I thought it was Super Fun but I totally get it. If you don't don't WanNa go but it sounded like he wanted to go. He just needed a confidence booster and that oddly enough came from his
The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos
"Josh. Welcome to milk street. Thank you so much for having me your the food producer of the Youtube web series. Good mythical morning there to hosts Rhett McLaughlin and link. Neil so why do people people enjoy watching folks eat cod sperm dumplings one because called sperm dumplings are delicious You know I really grew up in the Youtube era. I was cloistered in my room around the family. Desktop watching epic mealtime in the guys. You know Sewing up a Turkey inside of a pig inside of a whole cow and It's a bit of a meritocracy on the Internet where you know. You don't need like a a network. Executive may never have signed off on the concept of eating cod sperm dumpling for the gross out factor. But if you put it on the Internet it's a proving ground to see what people people really do. WanNa watch kind of on their own accord and boy do they love cops berm dumplings okay so there is some you know. Would they eat that humor here but some of this is pretty straightforward. You did a taste test the popcorn you taste test of pizza crusts yes. So what is it about just tasting ordinary foods were fifty million people. WanNa Watch it on Youtube. It's really funny. I I actually started my career in digital journalism. But you see so many even legacy publications boasting top ten Greek yogurt brand taste test. And they do that because it brings in just a ton of using isn't a ton of numbers so I mean I think you could call it just a very ordinary taste tests watching guys eat food but I mean it really is service journalism. It's just on Youtube and not in a newspaper. Yeah but but you guys are in the entertainment business and having a list in the USA today or online at eater is one thing But this is about watching your two hosts do the taste test right. So what what do you think is sort of driving entertainment Formula Abiola four one to the to host of sitting there tasting popcorn. Yeah I mean For me it all starts with playing on people's curiosity you know I I think people have this sort of wish fulfillment like I know myself. I would love to sit down with all seventy four TACO bell menu items in just tastes them one by one and decide which is the best and I think. A lot of people have this kind of wish fulfillment fantasy and if they can see someone do something that they've always wanted to do themselves the watch it and then to I mean there's such a skill in I mean it's the skill of being a food critic Not to Exalt Renton link on the level of like a Jonathan golder under a Pete Wells but You know being able to describe things that are in your mouth like being able to describe the physical sensations that are happening to you. It's it's a real skill you know they're just They're good at what they do. One of the other segments I saw was turning foods like twinkies into milk Could you explain how that worked. I kind of like that segment. Yes we those one of the Willett segments a lot of this goes deep into a Cartesian metaphysics and food semantics right so when you say will it milk the we were going more with the definition of nut milk which there is a lot of current legislation on whether that can or can't be called milk but we ran with it regardless and so yeah in that we took twinkies and we just blended them with water soaked him in milk bag for a couple of days and then wrung it out and I mean it was truly truly delicious. I mean it's like you know. Milk bar created an empire based off of cereal milk flavored. Treats why not you know twinkie. Milk cheetos milk did not look delicious. Milk was less delicious but again you know that's a recipe developments about you gotta take risks and I still think if you did like a risotto with the cheeto milk and there ain't got that Or Borio rates Mason crispy and just kind of toasted up the excess oils. Listen that cheeto fat. I think it would have been nice. Yeah I would say cheeto Milka reside. Oh maybe something I'll pass on but maybe I'm just too fashioned so one of the other segments. Yes you do. Are The fancy foods you take a subway foot long and spend five hundred hours making the most expensive version of it You also did a two hundred dollar big Mac. Did you get to eat that big MAC too or just the house. I did get to eat. It actually made a really lovely tar tar out leftover steak so that was awesome But yeah that to me is like the definition of viewer wish fulfillment. Because I mean I think so. Many people have this nostalgic connection to so many different fast food items just like what if you made that as awesome as he possibly could so based on this show. Another youtube shows about food. Where's this all headed yet? Look we look at what's happening to food network right. How many standing stir cooking shows are even left? You know everything on food network is now a competition show where chefs are cooking in. FLOATY says Alton Brown. You know the yells at them and hits him with a bull whip or whatever And then you look at Youtube and look at what bone apetite is doing thing bone apetit you know these single biggest legacy print glossy food MAG is now like five million subscribers deep on youtube in putting out the most educational cooking content on any platform. Honestly I think we're just getting into an era where you're going to see more diverse voices some more just educational food content that people want to see. And it's Kinda funny because it's now like less extreme stuff than what is on network Org. TV Josh thank you very much for being on Milk
Patriots deny stealing signs, say filming was for documentary series
"The patriots releasing a statement saying they said the production team to film a behind the scenes feature on the patriot scouting staff for a web series called do your job so the irony there there it is ironical so the set the scene for you the bangles in the Browns are paying on playing on Sunday the patriots who are playing the bangles this week send a film crew to Cleveland as part of a quote documentary series do your job about how you scout other teens the NFL is now in possession of what they say is eight minutes of footage that this film crew got focused entirely on the bangles sideline where the there were apparently cameras there K. V. patriot camera guys they captured their play calls their hand signals and substitution two things on all of this one I kind of thing that that stuff happens all the time maybe that's the bangles that's like even a bigger story believe me I know I have Joe mix and my pain is healing arable for god sakes but it is listed if this is true if they basically instructed in some way shape or form this documentary crew to go into because they they said they were they were given credentials shore by the Cleveland Browns because they're playing in Cleveland they were allowed to be there but that there was some understanding that they weren't literally going to be there like spying looking over the shoulders of the coach okay so so it's one of two things it's either yeah they were directed to do this or no they were actually there filming and just happen to get a bunch of stuff and yeah I it's probably the first thing I just either it it that is the patriots I mean it's part of their deal right so I think part of the DNA of a lot of other a winning sports team so the patriots have won super bowls and there's argument they cheated along the way to do that again patriots fans are very heads are exploding right now as we say this I'm again I'm somewhere in the middle I'm but the Astros the Houston Astros there ARE baseball team I believe arm they won the World Series end eight zero no okay yes they did it wasn't this sure I thought they know who won the national philosophy maps excuse me they were in the world they won in two thousand seventeen a former player who left to go play for open has said I'm the Astros were stealing signs and had a whole system are set up to alert batters of what the next pitch was how they do that so apparently they were they were using like cameras there is it was all done electronically right and then they had a trash can think of a metal trash can okay okay and you would be paying all the trash can once they solve the the sign what the picture is going to be and however many on the trash cans let the batter know what pitch was coming it like you know somebody in the dugout in a trash can you guys not you know again we're hearing we're just bang bang bang bang bang bang that's ridiculous like nobody picked up on like somebody but alone until a former player knocked him out and said back to my
"Allegra I WANNA know about this game later alligator that you've been playing with that so our good friend Geoffrey MOSS FROM POLYGON DOT COM engagement editor he was starting to send screen shots to me of this very cute game and I was very curious because it was like these very funny screen ancient what's and he kept saying Oh this. Is You like everyone I knows in this game and he sent me one of this little girl alligator with like curly hair and a shirt that said Anna may how old guy and she said something like Oh really into crane games it's taken over like for my anime and horse of session or something like like this is you and I was like what is this game. This is so funny and cute and the art style is great and he told me he was called later alligator and I decided you know what I'm going to just buy it because it looks so cute. All the screen shots are funny and yeah. It really is both of those things. It's cute and funny. It's a game it's like a point and click kind of mystery. Adventure sure game where you are. Some faceless beat person. I guess you're probably an alligator in a world full of alligators trying to solve a mystery for this very very anxious neurotic alligator named pat who every year on his birthday goes to a hotel and just has a day for himself to like get zone room but he's anxious because he heard that the quote unquote family is planning a quote unquote event for him. He's sure that that means. He's going get murdered. Even though it's pretty apparent that it's just like his family's during his Friday so you're supposed to go around and collect information for him about this event which means you get to meet all these. It's really funny characters who are related to him in some way going throughout the city and it's just like really silly and it's not difficult colder anything because it's just like you talk to any alligator you see the maybe give you a little mini game. Yes Z. U. And then you talk to non alligators. There's only alligators. I only alligator whole world is to talk to everyone. you should not all of them are like going to give you information but the ones that do they're like Oh. Let's play this little crane game and then I'll tell you that information so there's little mini games but the main draw here is the writing is very funny. All the characters have very defined personalities. He's like Pat. The main guy is so neurotic and weird. He's just like this nerdy anxious dude like there's a part the so funny where yeah. I know we're all. We're all thinking about pat. Oh yes Patrick Yeah. Literally Jeff was like and even pets in this game literally pats his game guy. There's a part where you have to help him. Unlock the gigantic lock for his hotel room mate bought because he's convinced someone's going to try and break in him and the way you do it is he's like like Oh. I wrote the PA- I save the password somewhere really safe the password for my lock. Just go to my website alligator dot fund so you have to go over here browser and go to alligator adopt fund and it's literally like do not read this. My Password is this but do not read this stupid and then you put in the password. It's just like really charming and silly amazing so if I go to alligator dot fun you go to alligator fun and you'll see it's patsy having really God generated by Geo Scales. Yeah it has a blue sea background. This is this is pats home page at the top in two different fonts mixed within the same sentence surrounded by animated. Smiley faces. You know I love a good mixed fought. Oh my God and it's got a beautiful sorry under construction Gift Yeah I would put on my live journal. Profile when I was not quite finished building it don't click pat only and it's the code found his password yeah. How can I read it on this podcast. I respect hats privacy. It's really cute though my God this is so cute so cute nor kind of soundtrack because the whole game is like doc in kind of CPO tones not exactly black and white but you know kind of green and Brown and it's just that so the music's really fine on an animation so fluid it looks like a cartoon it's animated by the people who did if you guys ever saw Batman and Pied Herman. Was this web series stories that was popular when I was a freshman in college just about like a dumb. Batman hang out the dumb spider man yeah but like they were very well animated so yeah. It's just like a really. It's like a fun to our kind of experience. I was just lying in my bed clicking and laughing and yet it's not on switch. It's not on switch so I kinda like big. Do I even want to buy it's on Mac but I just bought it because I was like. This looks really cute. I want to support a little India studio and it's true it's actually we like very simple and not very taxing so I don't mind playing on my computer like I was playing it before. It went to bed yeah. It's just a point and click kind of thing and and yeah yeah usually I only play things on switch too but this does not take a wad of energy so I don't mind playing on my top.
A Chat With Guy Gsell, President & Founder of Field Station Dinosaurs
"Now. Let's join a conversation with Guy Gazelle the president and Chief Executive Producer of field station dinosaurs here on those leadership guy. Welcome the show so happy to have you here. It's great to be here. My curiosity is piqued. I have so many questions first and foremost I'm a kid I was. I guess every boy's goes to kind of girls. Go through horseface think little boys go through dinosaur phases maybe right. I was like a dinosaur fanatic. It was a freak about dinosaurs. Now we see more and more girls are into the dinosaurs in fact one of the most popular web series now is Dyno Dana. Yeah that's right. That's right. I've seen that that it had really gone out of fashion have they. They just always consistently popular yeah when I was putting my business plan together and I I was going out to investors trying to convince them to invest in a dinosaur park which is not something that exists you know really and because what I had to sell was the popularity of dinosaurs yeah and that the dinosaurs have been popular so they I sparked the imagination. You're in the eighteen eighties. They were lines around the block right to see the first dinosaurs in in London and in Philadelphia the the biggest blockbuster movie of the of the nineteen teens was was Gertie. The dinosaur which is a which is a cartoon in on the biggest blockbuster movie. The of twenty eighteen was drastic world three. I mean it's just has never has never gone down right. Why the FA- I mean I guess I guess it's intuitive who'd of why we're so fascinated with him because he seems so unreal I guess but what do you think the fascination is around. I think that they seem unreal but they were real and that's the fascination and that's what kids love about them because at an age where more and more things taken away from kids so there is no Santa Claus there is no tooth fairy. There is no Easter Bunny. There is no abominable snowman but but there is this they were real. We never take the dinosaurs away from the kids and the other thing that I think that really resonates with children is they have a shaky sense of time a few days in a while two years ago seventeen million years years ago. That's all the same to a little kid but when you tell them they lived right here so here in Derby we have a you you know a tyrannosaurus which is the kind of dinosaurs that actually marine reptile that lived right here in Kansas Yeah and when you tell them they lived here right where you are that really resonates with kids. They're like Oh. This giant thing was here that I think is what's interesting you so. I oh I think back to that. When I was that age you know eight nine when I was just so every tunnel to the library has picking a book doing learn everything that could about it and this isn't the seventies and when I found out that these lived here and I remember going to one of the I guess it was called the on this fear here at the time it was used to be the old original library and they had you know those fossils of this marine animal lived here and I'm like what you know. This was an ocean just fascinating. It's interesting that you put it that way. Yeah how how okay so. How did it all start so were you fascinated with dinosaurs as a kid yeah I was? I might really really early. Earliest memory was going to the New York world's fair in the in the nineteen sixty five at the world's for ran two years but I only remember number nineteen sixty five to sixty four and they had the the very famous sinclair dinosaur exhibit and I remember that exhibit and being really fascinated with with that and you know my first my favorite book when I was a kid was Danny and the dinosaur the whole dinosaur kids still read that makes me very happy happy and if I go anywhere and I say have any of you have read this book all the kids for his hands so yes now. I did not stay a dinosaur this or fanatic I mean that was something from my childhood that that I remembered fondly search like dinosaurs went ahead kids of my own taking them to the American Museum of Natural History three to see the dinosaur bones Was You know a big highlight of of being a dad for kids that age but I came back to the dinosaurs really when I started working in the exhibit business and how do we get involved in the business. I mean were you kind of looking at your background where you you integrate drama theatre acting. That was kind of what you thought your dream. Your path was going to be yes so I worked in the theatre. My my whole career as of of playwright as stage manager I did. I did some acting I became the managing director of a theater company. I mean I sort of worked my way up what you would call a theater generalist and so I was working at a theater in Red Bank New Jersey in we've did the capital campaign and we built a brand new theater and what happened is that caught the attention of some New York theater producers they were developing. I Am Exhibit Hall in The New York Times building in Times Square and because I had years of theater experience and I had just built a brand new building just done exactly what they wanted to do and almost built from scratch an organization they hired me to come in and and develop Ben. I was the original director of Discovery Times Square so that's how I got into the exhibit business guys in the theater we're going into the exhibit business and they hired a guy from the theater to go into the exhibit business with them and it was in the exhibit business and we did. King Tut and Titanic Harry Potter we did the the largest taurine exhibits that are that are currently out there and in the exhibit business we were constantly doing testing trying to figure out what what what exhibit to bring in next and dinosaurs always scored the highest every every time we did any kind of Nielsen intesting audience testing dinosaurs came in as the thing that was going to be the most popular and it wasn't appropriate. We had fairly low ceilings. Nothing being big enough to bring in a giant dinosaur. We were doing more high end. Shows like King Tut. We did the densities girls the producers didn't I think that animatronic dinosaurs really was a good match with the Dead Sea Scrolls so I got the idea then I said yes I should somebody should go out out there and do an outdoor animatronic dinosaur exhibit in New Jersey and sort of hit me that is actually the most qualified person to do that so in what way why why well I had the exhibit experience. I've grew up in North North Jersey just outside of New York City so I knew the the area. I knew exactly what would happen. I just built a exhibit hall. I had just built a theater so I had a lot of experience launching things and building things so I don wow so. Let's hang hang on so that that nudging that you've got he say okay I'm going to we need to put this dinosaur park. In New Jersey came in a dream and a PIFF AENA calling thing on a train on a journey what if you had to look back in retrospect and evaluate why this calling you think is it because you like the excitement of creating an exhibit. Do you like the educational aspect of it. What do you what what is it So I spent twelve of my years in theater. I spent working in children's theatre. touring internationally with a theater company called the paper. APOR bag players so teaching kids entertaining kids that is something that that that I really like and and understand hand so that aspect of it is very exciting to me. and that's what we do there. I mean in addition to Amtrak dinosaurs we have over forty live chain games and shows and activities that kids participate in so it's. I really did take my my years as a theater artist and combine line that with my experience in the exhibit business and my experience in in administration and and and management and I said I'm just gonNA put these altogether and I'm just GonNa Start this dinosaur park so sitting on the train you felt this was the purpose of calling. It was so strong that you immediately jobbers is something that you ruminated marinated over for quite a while so I not a fool so I was gonNA. Just quit my job I because because I had been working in the theater and had done a capital campaign. I knew a number of people who were both philanthropists but I also knew a number RAV people who were had had done some investing in theater had done investing in Broadway shows and I went went to them and I said to this my my business partners now my business partners then my perspective business partners and explain to them the the allure of dinosaurs and why I thought this would work and I said I need some seed money. I and the seed money was enough for me to quit my job and to scout out locations and try to secure location for the park and to find out more more about the business of dinosaur park because they exist. They're not they're not as big in North America much bigger in Asia and there are many more in Europe than than here it and find where I would find these animatronic dinosaurs and what they would cost and sort of got a business plan together so those investors said yes we. We are excited by this. We think this is great. We see the good work.
Is Jerry Seinfeld Ready for a 'Seinfeld' Reboot?
"And what's the deal with that Seinfeld is returning as our big Gideon reports Jerry Seinfeld is heading back to Cleveland doing his signature stand up to the key bank state theatre in Playhouse square it's seven o'clock Friday October eleventh his latest projects include the Emmy nominated web series comedians in cars getting coffee and as Netflix special Jerry
7 fixes we want to see for Siri
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ZipRecruiter, where growing businesses. Connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So every year around this time in June, I had off the San Jose to visit the apple worldwide, developers conference where apple stands up on stage and talks about all the new pool features that will be coming to the iphone and the ipad in the fall. And we always get an update about Siri the often maligned personal assistant, which has fallen far behind Amazon, and Google so will apple take action this year and get it on parody. I doubt it. But, you know, I've got some ideas about seven things, I'd love to see apple bring to Siri that could help the cause ready everybody, I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech number one retire. Here's what I found on the web series. A voice activated assistant, and thus should respond with voice answers. Get conversational ask Syria question. Get an answer getting a follow up. It does it sometimes, but not always, and I think they could do a way better job. This is a big one opened Siri up to the entire I phone ipad. We can use Siri to hell an Uber or lift or pay fifty dollars to a friend Bill, but we can't book a hotel. The an installed Tripadvisor app. Look travel information on the Google trips app or use our voice to see the trailer to Aladdin on YouTube, Siri only works with ten to demeans certain subject areas in it really needs to update it to all apps on the iphone understand me when we posed this question on how to improve Syria social media. The number one reply was this. She never understands what I'm saying hasn't gotten much better since twenty eleven series should be able to understand our voice fix shortcuts. You probably don't even know what I'm talking about about this one last year. Apple announced a series of shortcuts, that would have the voice assistant create routines. Based on your daily usage, for instance, apple sister, would notice if you ordered coffee every day with the same app, then then Siri might suggest a beverage that could be ordered automatically the problem. It's way too hard to use for the average. Consumer you have to go into settings to find the apple suggestions. Come on, guys. We can do way, better Cav, Siri play music from everywhere. Not just apple music, this big, you ask Syria to play any song from an app on your phone, and I have Google play music, YouTube music, Spotify in Pindar and Syria says, I can't play from that service because it only works with apple music, you know, that does a great job of making sure that people check out the voice activation on Pandora Spotify and other apps. This is pigheaded apple needs to get better. Finally, get serious about home kit, the other day I checked out new TV's physio, which have apples home kit software, which are tools to work with Siri built into the system, and it was beautiful. You could use Siri and the iphone. To change the channel find a specific TV show and mirror content. From your phone to view on the TV. The only problem I know how cool home kit is most people have no idea because Amazon, and Google really aggressive getting Alexa, in Google to work with thousands of products sixty thousand for Amazon to thirty thousand for Google and apple just two hundred eighty seven apple has got its work cut out for it. I'm Jefferson Graham. What would you like to see from Siri? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Hiring used to be hard, it was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them, and hoping the perfect candidate jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go. To one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ZipRecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and to actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day. And right now, talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter. For free at this exclusive web address ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E. C. H. T A, L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire.
Jonathan Van Ness's 'Gay Of Thrones' Web Show Is Back
"Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. You've certainly heard of game of thrones the HBO series that is now in its eighth and final season. But what about gay of thrones gave thrones as a funny or die web series? That's been recapping game of thrones episodes ever since season three. The show is hosted by Jonathan van Ness. You might know him as the hairstylist and grooming expert on the Netflix show queer eye each week, a different guests like Gabrielle union or on a affairs sits down and Jonathan stylus chair for a pretend haircut and the to get talking about that weekend's episode of game of thrones with countless jokes and pop culture. References. Here's a clip from today's episode with actor and comedian Camille Johnny about a pivotal game of thrones scene between sir c and Tyrian. Lancaster? I bet you but evil no volume Carol Brady goes no dice. She's like, don't you tear us maternal instinct's against me. I am just as indicative and unreasonable as Amen that was recorded just yesterday, the funny or die studios in Hollywood where I visited a chat with Jonathan van Ness and Aaron Gibson the series creator and director, she's like don't you dare us. My maternal instinct's against me, I has been dictated and unreasonable as any man. She's like, don't you tear us nine maternal instinct's against me. I am just as reasonable. And I am just as and unreasonable as any man. When I sat down with Erin Gibson, and Jonathan van Ness after the shoot I ask van as how making time for gay of thrones works logistically with all his commitments for queer eye season. Seven shows the last season, I was in Atlanta shooting queer eye. So I would shoot queer eye Tuesday through Friday and get on a plane, and then come here do gave thrones get back on the plane, go back to Atlanta. And now this time I have said spoke to New York, and so Sunday mornings, I get up and I pop on a plane, and I get here, and then I come to show with everyone. And then I go home, and well, then I pitch all my jokes before everyone else gets pitch their jokes, which is really nice to me. So everyone's could stay up till midnight. And I tap out at night. And I'm like, oh my God. I'm so tired, which is the joke. But really I am. It's a lot like. We need you to be amazing on camera dies need to go to bed. What is it? Like when you guys are watching it is it like being Theodore everybody's talking about to the screen like, there's just constant banter. You making knows what does it sound like this new method where we're doing like one of our people will yell out the number. So it's like a scene one seemed to because we're all kind of writing while we're watching it. So there is some healing of the screen usually from me, but we turn the lights off we have snacks. And we right. We really are. There's a lot of typing are other tradition is that we always have ten degrees. We've had ten degrees every single year and shocked. Not sick of it. There are so many recaps of game of thrones. And what's amazing to me is how quick and how thorough they are? And when you're thinking about how you were going to both recap and episode and then do something. That's funny. How do you figure out? What is I? Because is it important that you get the story. Right. I and then at the jokes are what order they come in. I think it's always about serving the purpose of how Jonathan has regurgitated this show. So in my mind is always funny. I, but I do want this to be a cheat sheet for people who maybe don't watch game of thrones. And maybe one not feel like they're an outcast in society at work. So they do know what's going on. But first and foremost, it's about making this show funny, and allowing Jonathan to shine his very specific and hilarious light on a show. That is the most McCall thing on TV. The other thing that you guys seem to be really intentional about is making sure that you have the most latest pop culture references possible. So. So you just did an episode where you have a mayor Pete reference. There's a reference to the Boeing seven thirty seven max is that always like what happened that day that we can incorporate how do you think about what is and is not funny or worth including well, I have to say, you know, in in the episode from last week. It was all about Martina Hingis. This battle had more downs than Martinez. Hang stories his career. So I things are going great. She wins drilling open in ninety seven. Well, then she screws up at the French Open by serving underhanded, stuffy graph and gets booed off the court. But then she goes on to the lay at Wimbledon. Unfortunately, then she just positive for snow, which she denies. Let's what they love about. Our writing room is like it's really we are going to we're going to get an each we're going to go big. We're going to go niche gonna go. Now, we're gonna go eighty six we're going to go ninety four you don't know. Also, we might have a revolutionary war thing. Like, you just don't know what you're going to get last night we joke because we couldn't remember if we'd already made it, and it was a nodding hill reference, and it was. I'm just a dragon Queen standing in front of a murderous asking her to surrender. So how does the Martina Hingis reference come in? Because it goes on for like, two minutes. It's all of Martinez, tennis Greer the ups and downs. I forgot that she got popped for drug offence. There is a lot of research and detail in your Martina hanging story, we'll happen. There was as we air was trying to figure out a great analogy for something that has a lot of ups and downs. And we wanted to get through the battle scenes quickly because it was just a lot of carnage is a lot current and all the ideas that were coming up for something to had a lot of ups and downs. Just weren't feeling quite on the gay of thrones brand win all of a sudden Martina h'angus's underhand serve to Steffi Graf in the ninety nine French Open just leaped into my head. And I was like it's Martina Hingis tennis career, which when anything sounds like oh my God. It's Martinez tennis career
Accessories for your dog and yourself
"I if you've just joined us, we're talking to Ted founder of vagabond dogs, a very very beautiful and timeless and cool accessories. Brand for doc. You also create some very cool products for humans. What are you working on? Yeah. Actually, I've got some pieces coming up soon. It's a collaboration with my twin sister. She does amazing embroidery on fabric, and we were kind of do insects of that in into the leather. And the next pieces were working on these really kind of luxury on coats. And I think there's three in particular that we're going to do and we're still figuring out if we're going to donate them as maybe to a silent auction or maybe the one of the big fundraisers later in the year. As kind of a prize 'cause they're really really detailed and intricate. So you know to put a price on it with the little too high. So we'd almost rather donate them. Get the attention. For the charity that way, and then we'll get feedback and collaborate that way. But it's basically a collaboration that would tie in me the dog accessories worth like a zipper pouch that humans. The owners would use or the a at that matches the collar that kind of thing. So it's it's Tien with a bit of a bookie Mian, very kind of artisan feel to it. And we've got a few designs that were putting out very shortly. Can't wait to see. I know you had mentioned something to me about maybe working in the future on dog tags is that something that you're doing as well. Yeah, we're going to we're going to do some coats, and then Dr bags after that the reason I put it off because I wanted to I'm still investigating some of these new fabrics and materials that are out there and mainly to give some vegan options vegan, just means plastic or canvas least some really. Really interesting turn it gives out there right now. But the little bit cost prohibitive, three D printed materials been playing around with rubber coatings that are laser etched mushroom. My Cillian weather. That's really at the forefront of vegan weather, it's a bit pricey. But I'm trying to bite out in bulk and see if we can get some some of those going, but those can be the mushroom my Celia. My there's amazing. Has its own. Yeah. It'll be bigwigs probably next year. And it's just it has natural antibiotic properties from the mushrooms it wicks away water like, whoa. It's really a fantastic. Very quickly. It's amazing material. So things like that we're going to be working on for the bad collection. My exciting is a little too. Yeah. If if I were to do a leatherback collection it would be quite expensive. 'cause I incorporate a lot of details. So wanted to get some vegan options, I think with generate a lot of interest. And I'm I'm trying to find some vendors where can bring the price down a little bit. Yeah. Fun stuff for later this year. Let's look forward to. I mean, your played is pretty full. But you've also got an internet TV show in the works. Tell us. Yeah. I'm really excited for it. I describe it as a project runway for dog accessories. It'll be TV series. And I've got a I got a few leather craftsman that I know around the world some of them were conduct sensory some of them don't. But they're so talented, and essentially that I think even if they don't do dog accessories. I think that they would be great for the show. So basically, you would be it's a design contest. I don't I'm still finalizing. Whether we'll have kind of a celebrity panel that will choose more on leaning more towards the internet audience would phone. Who the winner is? And basically each episode would have redesigned they'll have one accessory to design. So the first one will be a collar and one of the craftsman that oh, I definitely want to feature on. My first episode is a guy in South Korea. That's just mind blowing -ly beautiful stuff. He makes minimal. But this craftsmanship. He's very very cool. And then there's a woman in Norway is a few actually female craftsman up in the Scandinavian countries that I'd love to find one that's interested in doing this. And then myself so be the three of us competing to create this really Centric dog collar, and then you know, we'd have a panel of judges or the the internet audience. Choose the winner. And then following episode. Yeah. The winner would move on. And it would be maybe a leash or coat with all new competitors. So I'm working on putting that together. And I'm hoping early next year to have the first episode shot and edited and put online what a great way for people to get turned onto amazing craftsman from around the world, you know, there are so many people who loved fashion, I mean, loves fashion, and they're always looking for new things and not only to get turned onto craftsmen designers. But also new materials cutting edge materials, I think it's really exciting yet. It speaks to a lot of different areas. Yeah. It's the fashion which I'd like all of my endeavors to kind of point towards the adopt don't shop, and and spotlight the advocacy. So you know, the other thing I'm trying to figure out for the web series is maybe the winner. Joanie the collar to a local shelter, or maybe the callers, the three products are auctioned off online, and those those proceeds go towards the the winning craftsman's on charity, if they're you're it'll all spotlight advocacy. So it kinda brings the kind of luxury audience that really loves fashion and dogs and somehow kind of shining all of their attention and resources to to advocacy. So and then it's all worldwide,
Muslims Are Having A Hollywood Moment
"Is changing on American television and online streaming services. There are more Muslim characters and more nuanced portrayals of Muslim communities NPR's Leila Fadel starts to story on set in Los Angeles. It's one of the last days of taping for a new web series called east of LA brea, all ROY. It's a show about being your twenties and figuring out life, and it's told through two main characters roommates who are Muslim, but that's not the entirety of their storylines says Samir Gardezi, the creator of the show it's about paying rent. You know, having a dead end job. I'm having issues with you know, your your family life going to families the first project from powder cake, the company founded by director writer and actor Paul fig known for films like bridesmaids and the recent Ghostbusters east of LA brea follows the friendship of two women a black Muslim and Bangladeshi American will slump in gentrifying, Los Angeles Gardezi says, it's one American Muslim story. There's so many different versions, and my hope would be that everyone gets a shot that tell their version of a Muslim Americans story. So it doesn't feel like, oh, this is the one show that needs to make it all the way. We had to the next location for taping an LA mosque the scene deals with racism black Muslims, sometimes face within Muslim communities. The character. I show Hudson played by Geoffrey Maya is praying when her phone starts ringing with a song like this guy. You gain the director tells the other actors how to react and ladies look at her little shady in the next scene. A woman skull Tessin, assuming she's a recent convert and tells her her prayer doesn't count. We have lessons every Thursday one in conflict with it's something that happens an immigrant Muslim, assuming she knows better. And it's one way the show explores identity, and he's still brea creator Samir Gardezi says he's glad there are more projects involving Muslims. But he says there isn't going to be one breakout moment, but hopefully, there will be many moments and the more stuff that's out there, even the bad stuff. The better. That's that is the flexibility and the privilege that I think white communities is that they're allowed to fail and Hollywood and no one really bad tonight. It's like, okay. It's okay. You can you can jump back up and here let's throw millions of dollars again for you to do your next project. So that's the point that we have to get to. It's a struggle a lot of communities of color and minorities face in Hollywood, the two thousand eighteen Hollywood diversity report from UCLA found that despite progress minorities are still under a presented in key jobs from lead actors to director. Two writers right now, there's an appetite for shows about Muslims in parts because Muslim writers like our daisy who's written on modern family and outsourced are creating their own content and their support for it. He got a grant from pop culture collaborative to create the series and some of the interest is Hollywood reacting to anti-muslim and anti-immigrant sentiment from Donald Trump after he announced his candidacy in two thousand fifteen the Hollywood bureau of the Muslim public Affairs Council got a lot more popular the phones were ringing off the hook that sue Abadie. She leaves the bureau and consults with studios and production companies on creating more authentic Muslim characters were up against decades of storytelling. That is inaccurate many times that is racist often and very stereotypical among the tropes women are chattel and don't have identities or Muslims only portrayed as the gas station owner or the taxi driver Obeidi says, it's an uphill battle. But today the list of characters on mainstream television. In is longer than she's ever seen a Muslim third on Grey's anatomy, a superhero on DC legends of tomorrow, a LGBTQ hijab e Muslim on on the bowl type a pork loving alcohol. Drinking Muslim on master of none. When writers come to her for advice. Obeidi reminds them that these Muslim characters might be the only Muslim some people ever meet. She tries to help them. Get the language, right? Like scripts that used the term alot Akhbar, which means God is great. So you've seen many TV and film projects that have LA walkabout being used in very violent scenes how baiting a Goshi it's studios to try to get them to change it translated or offset it with happy scenes like saying God is great at a wedding or a dinner party because for Muslims. It's a beautiful phrase portrayed as ugly. You know? So someone Sears hook bud when they're dining out. And all of a sudden, you know, they're calling nine one one because they think of family is doing. Something bad. When all they're saying is God that was a damn good meal hawk bud. And I've eighties excited by many of the projects now being written by and about Muslims for large audiences. There's soons eight a Palestinian American comic with cerebral palsy writing an autobiographical sitcom for ABC Moammar a comic with the recent Netflix special and Rami Yousef who I met on a night. He's headlining at the Hollywood, improv. He jokes about how in L A's. Suddenly people think Islam is cool juice shot of getting some juices ten song. It's woman I'm telling her about Ramadan. And you know, she works in my God that sounds so I wanted to do with this weekend. She said Coachella. The New Jersey native is following in the path of many comics who've gone from stand up to sitcom like Seinfeld. Rami Yousef is writing ten episodes of show cult Rami for Hulu it will reflect who use of is in gypsy in American a practicing Muslim who like most people wrestles with trying to be good after a stand up performance. He jokes about how he and his friends approach religion a little like a menu. We call it a LA carte where we're all kind of just picking and choosing like wool. This is my deal with God helps Rami reflects how all kinds of people have their deal with God. I like to get dark. I like to get weird. I like to get uncomfortable. And I feel like when an immigrant family, or when a family that is maybe, you know, group that's not well represented when people try and put them on television. They go out of their way to make them. Look amazing and look perfect his show do that. I just was really excited about the idea of making Muslims. Look imperfect and not create something that was like some PR thing, but create something that was you know, really just a realistic portrayal of what we go through. How we are. He says that people connect with others when they see their flaws not when their hero of villain or exactly like everyone else
Kevin Beecher, Matt Money Smith and Jack Black discussed on Kevin and Bean
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"web series" Discussed on About to Review
"The co a certain quality to one character really can't you know it's castings casting makes ninety percent of the film i think absolutely right so of the project i think all of us new y'all at view shows web series where it is like yeah the show itself might not be that great but that one character is phenomenal and it works on the flip side to yeah because sometimes the one person could be sold talented and so you know just the best actor ever but they're just not quite right and anyways so um the play version 5050 but ideally i did wanted to be in japanese and as i thought woods 10minute so like i'm going to try and do it in japanese as possible and as very lucky to find the cast so we got in their phenomenal so yeah okay now as far as the characters oh so yes uh linda who played the lover at the very end um she's japanese heritage but she can't speak japanese so we initially had a little line but i cut it out but it actually worked out without dialogue i totally agree yeah emit as much impact without words whom that i feel like you know even if because it sound like she had won la haine in on the original script so take that out i think that silence react benefited the film especially in the moments that she was in it it resonated it made sense because it was at a somber moment of that reflection of yeah you recognize you now know exactly who this woman is and what hoda men to both people yeah great example of cast seeing that i mean.
"web series" Discussed on TechStuff
"All right back to june two thousand six now that was when one of the first successful web series on youtube premiered is this become another hallmark of youtube was not just a oneoff videos or the videos that would come from a single creator or group of creators but the actual web series where you would have an ongoing story this series was called lonely girl fifteen and when it launched there was no indication that this was a scripted show where actress portraying a fictional character at the center instead it appeared to be the genuine blogger video diary of a young lady named brie brady was actually an actress named jessica rose and all started off pretty grounded and believable monday me even just the day to day issues that a teenage lady is facing but while was getting popular the wru's did not last long hong in september two thousand six just a few months after it launched it became pretty widely known that lowly girl fifteen was the scripted show that it was a performance and nine actual blog once the gig was up the show took a turn for the totes crazy was storylines involving weird cults and quote trait positive blood in quote now i never got into the web series while it was on so i can't really give you my own personal opinion about it i was only 10 gingerly aware that lonely girl fifteen was a thing at the time i had heard about it by never sought it out in august two thousand six youtube launched a revenuegenerating strategy they called it participatory video ads they also introduced brand channels this is similar to what nbc had launched earlier that summer the ads would appear in the upper right corner of youtube home page in a prime.
"web series" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"My daughter's name is chloe okay and she did also did a web series call my boyfriend is a robot and she so baton she's uh on on some other shows he's working on a show for amc right now um working in the writer's room so yeah she's in the family business but my son is he's a senior in high school okay act though he's he's still working on the video games very much so yeah my kids are both that way what is your out before you leave i want to get your actors uh input on this your favorite film of all time my favorite film of all time is called wise blood i don't know if you've ever heard of it said john huston film made in 1974 okay uh brad dwarfs a star of it and it's based on the flannery o'connor novela wise blood wise and what is a movie out now that you'd recommend to the rush limbaugh audience the shape of water the shape of water guillermo del toro movie it's really great and i'm in it which makes it even great i was just going to say and so many times urine in movies with producers that i cannot pronounce on glad you're here i had the practice here modell yarrow for a long time via the edna well nicts airsea thanks for coming by nick will be the guest host tomorrow on the rush limbaugh show and i'm can matthews we'll be right back with more of the shell and your calls coming up you're listening to the eib network vis these rush limbaugh one two point nine karn bar countries law enforcement officers represent.
"web series" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"I had a show i was producing called neels puppet dreams there was a web series that i did with the jim henson puppets the alternative pulpits and we were doing season too and we got some money to do it from a company called c so i s o no scripts if you don't know i as something to break to you know it's about to happen on so we actually nilghai don't uber's economic player see so it's okay i don't want to ruin your appearance here but allow is a big warsaw army about so much business the terrain are look we need to take a break when we come back big you bubbles you're going to be still with us near gear gear and we all this is exciting we have a professional employee he's going to join us new i mean professional employee professional employee kind of sally more on interesting us does know it sees he sounds like one of the most interesting guests you'll have all right let's take a break when we come back we'll have more comedy bang bang after this group oh man i bet you've got new business but you think he got away till good old that new year's baby kicks old man year out you know bred what was the hero whether the new year baby comes along and kicks at old man 2017 now old year out yeah you know when that happens i love on that happen.
"web series" Discussed on Another Round
"That's what i like them regular just like an annoyance you know what i mean and it's funny because the the casting lady who sent it to me i say oh they want a fat black lady i read it and i knew immediately another thing that was interesting about this like everybody had a name except the black haired girl i saw the engineer dead at a black lady oh my god so it was like angrier angry angrier you know and so i didn't get that but the person who did was exactly what i think there's anything wrong with that but that's what they want and then she told me later you know they said you did great but he wanted a more like realistic new yorker realistic i was like a little that was this experience the i watched the three episodes of your website aries with his car web series and and the entire web series as you and your friend attiyah who is also comedian he ah hoodie or abbas issues about anyway stuck yeah is you to talking about what could happen in your work right the level as though in this episode of of going out for the role of sassi black grow right speaking of your website aries i loved his watching two black girls wing goofy amazon on finding your over saying there's an episode where you're going to be dick detectives we are at the time although trying to dig out right okay as they always do away with we that investigate.
"web series" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Go mojo our who we bring on our special guest tonight i have to say one more thing you and connected to our that yours um a back in dili camp kanombe 66 on high at the kid i come on tv where we were on tv we participated in a monologue slam call who wants to start a move and it was really really neat man just two um and it is every time to watch ourselves on tv gear and uh um you get a chance to kinda step back and kind of see because you did and we both is such a phenomenal job uh christine may was a judge the key of dealer who had on the show is a well well respected actor was a judge m raisman told you should not all of them all here web series which is the hottest hottest web series out yesterday you got to try it out with over six hundred thousand jews between y you going to get you the three of on the way he was a judge and we got good review we we we both got review men her heart rejects yes i was great it was not get down regret i uh let's take a break when we come back we're gonna have this austin one when of god we're gonna be talking to her humming with smith tania profit mugambi falcons on going to be talking about her relationship with cries stormy on how all of humping that she got going on as she complex from things that you guys will say to gone ghana where we'll be right back the kennedy show on five alive we are really way.
"web series" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Bethany first and foremost i'm like i wish you would have been there because i know why are you uninspiring actress yeah will translate aspiring are you an actress yeah yeah i do i i've been acting since i was in kindergarten and doing it more and more i have a web series that we just finished the first season rain and study it so it's fascinating to hear people who've been for you take classes yes okay and you do place not right now the schedule doesn't let us why disc this schedule actually does what tummy finish work today day midnight tonight m probably hits fantastic could go do are you kidding you're going to rehearse at night he going to do the play at night and you're going to have to just jews all of your willpower to not go out for a drink after worst which is a fun thing to do could hetero you can't just go home from a play after working up all that energy and go you know who who in the world glucose goes to work and then goes home to sleep so you're gonna have to go home and at eleven o'clock and then wake up for it that's what it takes that's what it takes to be a working actor you must work you must work and when you do a play the good thing about doing a play is is you get to become better and you don't have as many financial risks okay if you do a broadway play a lot of people have invested money and if you do a tv series or a movie people put money you better be good cause millions will be watching it at your level go do apply for and ninety nine seat theater find out who you are find out how good you are get the challenge you gotta love acting to be a good actor wa amazing richard kind is here question for you do you ever gets starstruck.
"web series" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Which is a torturous history at that and our guest today is our convenient excuse to get into the professional endeavours of that women have pursued to play baseball in the united states in his name is john a dyke us and he is the creator of the director of the producer of a whole bunch of things but a particular a web series a web television series called the sweet spot which is a treasury of baseball stories it's a streaming tv channel is available on roku video on demand and most interestingly and most probably most broadly on amazon prime so if you're an amazon prime member you can find the sweet spot a treasury baseball stories out there now and a season 3 which is the current season just launched is is the focus of our our conversation that season is called shut out the battle american women wage to play baseball and there's a particular chapter in that in the season which is devoted to the professional a exploits of women and and baseball i in the united states and it is our of course our convenient excuse to go deeper into into some of those leagues and attempts and that is uh a focus of what we do here on this little podcast and i think it's probably the most the most famous of those is the all american girls professional baseball league that ran from 1943 to 1954 uh made famous of course by the 1994 film at leaguer of their own with that rosie o'donnell and tom hanks and madonna and others and that actually led to a not only a rediscovery i guess of the fact that women baseball actually existed as a professional thing back in the day but also of the launch of an actual barnstorming team called the colorado silver bullets from 1994 to 1997 uh.
"web series" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Hello hello welcome brett now also appeared in something i loved which is the late joan rivers web series with joan rivers were you show brought with you a headshot of hers that you have from your bar mitzvah that she signed for you yeah did you request to that of her my mother did which if there's any jews out of here i'm sure that's not a surprise yo bro she got all of these shots from this guy in vegas plus this address book and wrote to all of these comedians and said you're my son's favor comedian and then i showed that two joan she's like what was europe are mitzvah because this was my 1985 no so missy and britain you'll play three games against each other whoever gets the most points overall will move on to our final round let's go to your first game it's a trivia game called star map the answer to every clues a geographic location it could be a country a us state or city however were not just giving me boring geography quiz the places are also names of famous people our chung and he'll give you an example so if i said on the way to havana you might quote this during maguire actor and tell the currency exchange to show me the money you'd answer cuba of course because the actor from jerry maguire was cuba gooding jr killed all right okay here we go it's the country you're in right now and the country this actress rim ugly betty and superstore is from.
"web series" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear
"The tv show and we were on an improv team for two years before uh but january each word 11 12 pre god now we are in our early 20th but we had this saw you guys were already in your 30s yeah yeah thirty w we're gone and got atrocity don't look at it thank you thank you and i am the pure whoever i am talking through so i am sitting here in night early third yeah younger fall grant um so we had this web series and we had a smaller version of what we ended up doing with the tv show we show ramos web series me rodent and start in it and um whatever gave notes on the editing or something and you know it ended up actually uh scaling up when we sold the show so we did it for two years as a web series and then we planned on selling trying to sell a script and come here and pitch at you know from new york and we like had to quitter jobson you know in order to do it but before we as planned and before we came to pitch as planned we had a final weber so to shoot and we ask amy poehler to be in it and it was a bigger episode we put more money into it a causal it was a gush more and more of a short her and we asked her to be in it and it was such a huge deal that she said yes to be in this what how did you go to aby so we came we came out of the ucb upright citizens brigade so we had both trained there we didn't meet through their outside in the community and so we had been just doing improv ms um web series and so art teacher was like amy student.
"web series" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"Some kind of like you don't do i have a stay here and live like a pretty comfortable lives teaching and everything or do i d i don't know i know year old people in la but do i try to like go to la and shock the script around two people i don't know or do i make this thing myself away that is the web series you know we sell produce that stuff and and you know shot in our own self reduce the pilot like trying to do that and then maybe take trips to la or do i blow it all up and move to chicago and so my house and you know and make my wife uncomfortable for years so you know they okay so that's a lot of information but uh i almost than listen to you saying where's the dilemma it sounds like you have done all those things that most people can't do you got something made you wrote a pilot script sounds like you're doing everything right what i would say is you are young you don't have kids so you can take bigger risks now than you ever will be able to in the future if you do have kids and if it makes you happy how are you gonna feel about yourself if you don't try i think a comfortable life is overrated and a comfortable life can start feel like a prison if you're having that life at the expense of something that you the love and all that being said you know i don't know if you should go to chicago and do more schooling sounds like what you've already done is more adequate and educational then what a school could teach you.
"web series" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That's not a bad movie it's pretty shitty tom at the disney move no i'm talking about the live like action one it's like a real beadle known the frog princess a mode of the luckiest old cold account thinking that didn't asia all right we're out of here let me read this one more acoriano september's the is the month for your birthday oh me see when the september for your birthday thanks to momma coleman always plant earth when the fire september for you that's right so i want to give you give it won't cost much no more than five dollars can address it to the studio to military my calls more the mail it hit an actual gifts i have no mellish it's me and i'll give it to calming iraqi never get it all right well they listen do the promise in his guy keith for his web series that trailer was oh that's right you know what we'll do that late tonight after the game with rows talk because people are asking for us to do that are let me see here oh before we do danielle piece out k hold on although yet dongo just yet don't go does yet i wanna before you go i wanna bring up the right in true for but we gotta oh is it oh way is it oh come on people but but again to the aid to the game of thrones talk but once that that upright and before we go i went to you guys one more time for those who would not be watching the game of thrones talk let me go ahead and just.
"web series" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Like she gets the fucking shit kicked out of her it's not pretty they don't maker they don't prettier up like she does a great job in like the stuff she had to do foreign like you were saying and so this in all that sense yet i just wish i was a little more drawn in at the beginning now i get it all right well let's let's on bond i went to see a film that i've been dying to see and it's called moony so anthony nice who call nunis but if you don't he is a current cost member on saturday night live you he's probably my favorite qasim member next to kate mckinnon and who else you you liked vanessa she's not a of bayer was probably one of my favorites county does a lot of stuff with beck bennett who's aca bennett yet and before snl beck bennett and call many used to have this sort of web series to remember what was called no but they were like they and they've taken what it was too snl little beers like they're roommates or something koufi right yes it's a child mooney has and if you don't know who who he is do yourself a favor a very molly meldrum thing to say epa diesel favoring you cheap mooney kate y l e mooney as as it sounds with me because his he has a persona that is right it's very much like he reminds me of a famous american comedian who passed away jim carrey played him in the film anti kaufman he has an eighty kaufman thea and that his comedy is.
"web series" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Don't bother on the bottomplaced these are movies sorry we have mis sloane and that has just chastain in it is supposed to be really great associate great performance by her contaminate on hbo we have game of thrones seasons seven of thrones are you fans i do not watch game okay all right no no oh you are here's why i don't watch game of thrones i enjoy dragons i want one desperately yeah i would love to have a drag i wanted to why i wanted to watch that show i watched the first season of it and i decided that it is one of those shows that is too good at the graphic violence by where i won i watch that show i feel like that's what torture would look like and so the joy it one on the same thing because people are surprised that i don't watch because i'm in all this geek stuff people just presume that you watch everything gigi yeah i don't i don't want to give it there was also don't watch walking down nope the same reason is that i don't find it entertaining right your reality time you just listed on the budgets of there having did want so you have to be very very stingy with your binging analyst always say sense though i just don't have enough time to watch those two 'cause they weren't fund to me i watch i watch i spa watch game of thrones and there's a couple of web series they cover it very well and so that can catch up that was actually said one one of my favorite web series pays attention to an episode than our watch it.
"web series" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"You know not pursue the as well as you know trying to think of me and then now are our baby but at the same time i can tell like every time he like does something for fun with his friends or he sees like a movie he really loves like he's like me and i wish i could be an actor like that would be so amazing and he'd even set up a profile for himself up one point because my friend she used to do film in so she she knew knows the sites and everything and she even set himself up her profound he was getting a lot of like kits to do like short films and all that kind of stuff um but i think i feel like because of me he hasn't pursued it further because i've i've always i'm like no don't don't by yourself like people make their own choices like getting to eat it that something our her therapist households like y it's your your it's boast tier issues if it's problem for somebody like his acting as is now it's a team effort like so you guys can deal with it together mean that's kind of us something about marriage is like will what kenny do where he is life what creed bloom where you're planted like the web is so awesome where you can make your own stuff put it out there make your own weird web series thus what he's doing in acting classes and and you're or just pierre proactiv really prepared he needs to work and you can't just move down and expect to get auditions or find an agent there's a lot of work ler ottawa are the end just make your on thinks it sounds like he's that's the thing that makes him happiest as making stuff so just make something keep making stuff foot and also no tiffany beano with a fourmonthold you guys have just been your life has been completely title waived.
"web series" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"Ito it it happens when he costs play but i caused blades from my personal experience for that exhilaration of hanging out with my friends and usually do like a a team costs play an is just really exciting to be someone else for events and have their powers in ends have their personality and and then you go to conventions because walking down the streets dressed up as the dragon quina denarius from game of thrones not necessarily accepted right now in society is so you go to could mentions rates okay and then you know the photographers come it's a it's a tradeoff right now it is part of the culture and you know we might change would you would you like to see change i think i want to see more girl photographers in there you spoke culture from his or female perspective from where does the governor's was the next thing you're working on i actually finished a web series of last year not too long ago while i was making this film i was working on that to which exports mine craft from a very critical point of view it's a new tubeurop your place or mine kraft has the title so for now i think i'm a big gigs outs obviously i you know i continue on playing games in my own private life and doing my things and preparing my net costs next costs play for the next event but in films i am working on a film that his health fiction halfdocumentary explores my weird the artistic family and i hope it will be interesting coming out in any more years that was gene a horror there you can find a mole at geek go to one world dot com.
"web series" Discussed on The Kat Timpf Show
"Now we're all forms sorry reservations usually in advance oh my killed osa 100 times so you think something will open up i know but i'll never have anything like that i can't even stop vape paying i'm totally useless maybe you can kill like isis or something i don't think i'm going to kill isis bomb i'm doing a podcast but that's pretty much it are any shells coming up this will come out on monday beautiful so i have a a web series with comedy central called nothing's easy and nothing is easy man nothing's easy mmhmm and there's three episodes that ardia and then we have three new ones coming october third m and you're gonna wanna look at him because i mean these great great series the guy konta it's great khan told me a little bit about it let's like um well the three that are available you can all go watch one of them is i go to a an aid marijuana dispensary but it's they've adopted the very corporate mindset um another one i get a a go to therapy but it's obamacare and the guys he's a spanishspeaking gentleman and we do it in spanish and there's another one efeo's but it's good it's just vignettes that's a word that appeals deal and the you know it's just on the web and it's free and they're like four minutes each and i know what it means when someone promotes web series by the way yes i know how insignificant the sound because it's not a youtube at the comedy central laps it's asta yet y'all watch it on youtube if you want but it's it's produced by comedy central and i know i understand i assume people tell you all the time watcher webservers but this this is a good webs years that skin and it's me none others have me that's why i had to do it known also cast renaming all right.