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Fresh update on "yvonne" discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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Fresh update on "yvonne" discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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Fresh update on "yvonne" discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Hair together And i've cast psychic whispers So now all of us Can communicate telepathically fucking tech ahead. Don't usually let anybody touch my hair but now everybody gets a little bit. Do we have now. Has some like of giannis greece in her hair. So she has like i lose for you. A little bump there. It's the psychic gel. That's what it is you guys. It's weird it's like it doesn't come from your head it comes from the top of your head. Where like your hair follicles. are you here. I told the combat the crystals. But you do. It's great you baby. Banks really look good. Look my nice. The sticking straight up bang-up job. Hey okay so we can tell ethically communicate so should we just case this walking place. Yeah we could try to all peeking through a couple of windows and see. Get his get a sense. What's going on in their Cast climbing going to be athletic. So i stand a good chance of being able to do these jewelry. All take a window in scout okay. Let's do it sweet. So there's only so on this side on the main side you see one window seventy five feet up. And then there's the top of the tower which is all like looks pretty protected in his all like blackened. We probably can't get up to the block and window but the if you wanted to climb up on check out the baking window. What's burning in there. Yeah i think. I don't want to use like dimension daughter anything like that right now saw. I think i'm just going to try and climb up to see vartan these on smoke. Billowing i'll give you the help action with a little bit of a boost sweets. Fear go ahead give me an athletic stuck with advantage as chrissy gives you a boost eighteen and a nineteen plus my before. Because i have come of age thirty these atmosphere you scramble up johnny and chrissy. She looks like a spider doing it. I'm like i thought i gave up my spy. Fox dislocating her hips and our inner shoulder as she climbs up she gets up so back to push you get to the top and to the top you get to the seventy five foot mark you put your hands on the window ledge and you look over and all you see is fog again. I sniff the fog. Does he. nip the faulk. Yeah like what is making. Oh you still have detect magic going. This dog is absolutely one hundred percent magical and it's not chips go ahead and give give me an arcana check. It's kind of a combination of two types of magic devante yvonne. Okay i shout loudly. It's not gps. We already knew knew that my way we are doing it as a joke but now since we're psychically connected i am going to shout it in our head okay. The fog is two schools of magic conjuration andalusian in my head because we can talk to each other. I'm like she just climbing this.
Exploring The Murder of Yvonne Lane: Reaching Out to Joe Wilkes
"It seemed like the best way to get to the bottom of what was going on was to finally speak to the man whose testimony landed david in prison for life. It was time to reach out to joe wilkes to be clear. I personally have not spoken to joe as you know the private investigators from proclaim justice advised me to let them do all the interviews during their preliminary investigation. Anything i may say or ask. A witness could taint their statements for the court. So john hardin wrote joe informing him of who he and danny wexler are and what they're doing reinvestigating the murder to find the truth of what happened now for i've seen between sue and joe hearing all the interviews. He's done with sue and other media. I did not think that joe would be too happy to hear from anyone plus if you remember even though he told police that he killed you on by cooperating and telling the police that david had hired him. He got a lesser sentence than david. Thirty years with the possibility of parole. Joe has already done twenty two years so he could be looking at freedom in just eight years. I figured he would have no interest in bringing all of this up again. I thought he would just wanna finish out his time and move on without any of the mass that happens every time he speaks to someone about this case and when i say mess i mean all of his conflicting statements in fact i figured he would actually send them a nasty message back telling them to fuck off or something if he even responded. But that didn't happen. Joe wrote back eager to talk and tell his story so the guys worked setting up a legal visit which proved to be next to impossible in ohio to get done in a timely manner and so we waited and waited. But in the meantime we couldn't wait time so we tracked down some other key witnesses. I
Epic Games v. Apple: Judge Reaches Decision
"Yvonne gonzalez. Rogers ruled that epic breached. Its contract with apple when implemented its own alternative payment system in fort night saying the company could not be found to be a monopolist or engaging anticompetitive conduct epic is appealing that decision however in a separate ruling judge rogers issued a permanent injunction against apple saying that. Ios apps must be allowed to direct users to payment options beyond those offered by apple this injunction goes into effect december. Ninth
Apple vs Epic Games Lawsuit: Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase
"Us judge yvonne gonzalez rogers came back with her ruling in the epic games versus apple fight on friday her decision to seen by most as a win for apple. Not an outright win. More of a. It could have been a lot worse win. Basically apple has to lead developers put buttons and links and their apps to take customers to third party. Payment options effectively says a piece from tech crunch. The judge has ruled that apple cannot prohibit developers from adding links for alternative payments beyond apple's app store based monetization remember the deal apple made with lawmakers in japan for outside payments for reader apps. Yeah this is basically that but for every app that wants to take advantage. According to the ruling apple can no longer stop developers from one including in their apps and their meta data buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms in addition to end up purchasing and to communicating with customers through points of contact obtained voluntarily from customers through account registration within the app. Not what apple would have wanted but again could have been worse. The app store might have been deemed a monopoly. It was not according judge gonzales rogers while the court finds that apple enjoys considerable market share of over fifty five percent and extraordinarily high profit margins. These factors alone. Do not show antitrust conduct. Success is not illegal with that bart apple was
Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store
"U s district court judge yvonne gonzalez rogers issued her decision in epic versus apple. The court found in favor of apple on all counts except with respect to a violation of california's unfair competition law. The court noted epoch breached his contract with apple by implementing an alternative payment system and is ordered to pay apple thirty percent of everything collected through the alternative system estimated to be around three point. Five million dollars. The judge also issued an order to apple that they are permanently restrained and enjoying from prohibiting developers from including in their apps and their metadata buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms. The order does not take effect until december ninth and epic announced. It will appeal.
Judge loosens Apple's grip on app store in Epic decision
"A judge in California is loosening apple's grip on its app store federal judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers ruled apple has been engaging in unfair competition and ordered the company to allow developers to insert links to other payment options besides its own within iPhone apps it would make it easier for app developers to avoid paying commissions to apple epic games the maker of fortnight call the fees price gouging but the judge didn't brand apple as a monopolist or require it to allow competing stores to offer apps for iPhones iPads and iPods she left the fee structure intact Fortnite was ousted from the app store after adding a non apple payment system to its app epic was ordered to pay apple nearly three point seven million dollars I'm at Donahue
The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses
"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied
Interview With Zach Coelius of Coelius Capital
"Zach. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me longtime listener for caller huge fan of the work. You do good man while look. I've known you for a long time. Virtually and in your honor. I poured myself a glass of mud. Water which we can talk about later but we had the founder on the podcasts. I'm trying to remember about a year ago. Attitudes shown links is available. Shane's awesome fun story listeners. It's basically a mushroom coffee. Turn it yvonne. And i have sort of an issue. Which is i love coffee but like to my detriment. So i've been trying to go kinda half mud. Half coffey as a segue to not drinking a pod today in the morning. And it's working so far it's a nice blend so that's awesome. We'll come back to later. We're gonna talk about all things. Angel investing entrepreneurship wing foiling all sorts of odds and ends. You got a pretty say if there is a traditional path for angel or vc. You kind of have it right. It's the founder who starts out doing some companies and eventually start investing. Was that sort of the right path through yet. The only differences the traditional half is your founder start companies. You make of money and then you take that money and he wants to do with it and you start. Throwing things doesn't angel and my experience was founder starts in companies have facebook ripped my guts out and leave me dead in bleeding on the side of the streets and sort of like as i was crawling around trying to figure out what to do with my life. And like what your next i mean. I literally got gut. It is crazy Tell the story was crazy stories. I stumbled into back in two thousand fifteen the very beginning of angel angels syndicates and one of the companies that i had been advising for a long time a company branch metrics mobile deep linking platform and Ben arison who introduced mea through the seed and men when it happened. You guys mind if. I put a two hundred allocation angel. Listen see what happens. And they were like sure. Go for it inside like wrote the memo by awesome. It is literally january fifteen when endless syndicates. Were nothing put it out by email all my best friends unlike. Please look this in twenty four hours later. The allocation was full when i was like. I'm an investor. Now
Haitians return to quake-damaged churches, gangs offer aid
"Patients return to earth quake damaged churches for Sunday services as gangs offer support to those in need after eight trucks were hijacked in like high residents rushed to grab bundles of food water and other supplies well armed men stood by Jimmy sure easier a former cop known as barbecue heads the G. nine federation of nine gangs and offered a truce to help aid flow relief worker Yvonne Nelson Kerr says the supplies they were delivering should last a week to have the people doubt the incentive for the water and your date teens it's the kind of thing that we like meanwhile some people made it to church in the hard hit area as the country's civil protection agency raised the death toll to more than twenty two hundred I'm Julie Walker
Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case
"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.
PhD Candidates on the Front Lines of COVID
"Welcome daisy. Thank you so much for having me. Mary on To the eureka sounds of science. Podcast for having me. I'm excited to be here today. We're really excited to have you. Thank you so much for coming. So can you tell me first. About what drew you to a career in science obviously before the pandemic yeah absolutely on it actually started in high school. I went to a vocational school in new jersey called biotechnology high school on and so it kind of it's like public vocational school. And it kind of set me on The stem track and i ended up on going to the university of vermont on an studying microbiology on. And they're realize quickly that. I wanted to be involved in like actual lab science so i started doing a work study position in eventually on doing research for credit on in dr yvonne johnson. Hainan juice lab on where we studied allergic asthma models on in mice on specifically reprogramming of metabolism in the context of asthma models on and so i was really interested in doing a wet lab research but after i graduated. I actually really need to convince myself that. I wanted to to stay in science on because i knew it takes like a lot to to be able to spend like at least a decade of your life at the bench While you're getting. Yeah all of these degrees so i actually took a year and i did americorps vista on which is basically. I volunteered on at a stem mentorship nonprofit on in the bay area of california
Colombia Offers Reward After Presidential Helicopter Shooting
"Police in Colombia say they found two guns used to fire at a helicopter that was carrying President Yvonne Dukie and his defense and interior ministers late on Friday. The government has offered a reward of $800,000 for information
Tribeca Film Festival 2021 Wrap-up Feat I Carry You With Me
"Critic. What i carry you with me. Oh no that's the name of the movie we're gonna be reviewing don't it djabel. Komiya a may know me go see. Now here's the deal. This is peak. We got a chance to check it out. We being the critic and this is going to come to us in the question is are you really going to go out and you know i don't know but let let us tell you about it and you can make a decision for yourself. Heidi ewing wrote it and she directed at with alan page and it is. I have a feeling a movie that we're going to have to be looking at the bottom of our screen and keeping up you know Meaning subtitles so why reviewing this tell us about it and are we going out now. Well we're reviewing it. Because i got to see this at af. I fast last year new. So now it's time to do the full on review and you know we'll we'll get down to the business of this rather quickly everybody. So here's what's happening in this movie. It's really two distinct time periods. They're separated by many years. And you'll see what that means when you watch this. So there are two main characters yvonne and geraldo and these two are living in mexico and yvonne. He has a young child He has an axe who has the child with wise at the case. Why they together. He's a wonderful father but he comes to meet route dope and heraldo catches his eye. Yes they fall in love now. This is a problem. This is in the ninety s in mexico now. Ronaldo is more out open friends with all kinds of people free on the streets. Is that
Sue Thorne: The Woman Keeping David Thorne's Case for Innocence Alive
"This truly could be the rest of david's life. Because as i mentioned david doesn't have a lawyer anymore and he ran out of money and all of his first appeals and he's had a difficult time finding someone pro bono to take his case and that's been a battle in itself because nobody wants to do anything without money. You know russian. That i've learned the hard way outta sight outta mind but he hasn't lost all hope and that's because he's had sue on his side. Davis dog caja. You'd be here. Sue is david longtime advocate and knows more about the case than anyone. I feel pretty confident saying that. She has sent e every document interview. Transcript audio recording. You name it that. She has available in this case including her own reports. So how is he. David's dog did he have him in prison prison. Kerr way to be part of it because these kind of lifestyle real central so he would just kind of buddy after the guys who had dodged for the dog program so that he can hang out with the dog today. Sue is more than david's advocate. She's also his wife. They got married in two thousand eight and she goes by sue glass thorn now but before she got involved in david's case she was a family friend remember. She worked at the post office and was friends with david grandparent's and she couldn't believe what had happened to david guy. I knew that came into the post office that true hanaway and granddaughter time and you just license guy ever. I thought no. This can't be in her gut. She just believed in his innocence. She didn't know his supposed accomplice. Joe wilkes the young friend who told police. David had hired him to kill yvonne for three hundred dollars so nathan. I can't understand. there's got to be more. And when she started doing her own digging she did find more.
WTF is The Beauty Sandwich?
"Welcome to breaking beauty. Podcast yvonne first things. First w t f as a beauty sandwich. I have to now suits the perfect beauty bites. It is carb free filled with collagen elastic. And all the things that make you tight and right so I developed pd sandwich. Have been in the beauty industry for over twenty years now as a makeup artist worked in. You know for a lot of the top cosmetic companies as global spokesperson. And when i started in cosmetic dermatology. I really saw a need or you know. There is really not a true noninvasive. Unitive to the botox fillers the lasers at the time. When i when i made the switch a lot of my my clients that were models that i did their makeup. They're like what do you mean. There's no treatment i can do and you know. Be more camera ready you know. I'm not ready for botox and the models weren't the only ones. So you know joint very prominent practice in south florida and that was also what i kept hearing from from sixty women a day. Sixty to seventy women would come in. They'd say you know. I'm here for botox. But i'm terrified. So that's the beauty sandwich is it's a noninvasive. All natural alternative to bow talks fillers and okay and so that's what you mean by the sandwich there's show attack yes it stocked like a sandwich. I stack radiofrequency like a sandwich. So it uses three different types of radio frequency technology to help build collagen alaskan firm titan and lift the appearance official contours and also help with wrinkle reduction.
Who Killed Yvonne Layne?
"April first. One thousand nine hundred nine twenty. Six year old of on lane was found with her throat. Slashed dead in her home in alliance. Ohio twenty six year old. Yvonne lane a beautiful vivacious woman rebound in a pool of her own blood. Her throat slashed. While her children's slap she was discovered by her mother who had arrived to take her six year old grandchild to kindergarten of was a mother to five kids. David thorne was the father of one of the children although he and a von. We're not together anymore. The murder of a mother of five in her own home stunt the small town of alliance ohio. David had recently been ordered to pay child support and in his confession. Joe said that he was hired by david thorne to kill von so we didn't have to pay the father of one of the children. The motive child support thorne was ordered to pay to the untrained listener. This seems like a pretty clear cut case someone confessing in a good motive but when you start digging and talking to people and going through documents the more complicated things get and it seems like everyone around. A yvonne had a motive to kill her. I i came across the case on the website injustice anywhere which has since become a staple for my research into lesser known conviction cases for my other podcast unjust unsolved. I covered an episode a week telling the stories of people who believed were wrongfully convicted. David was one of them. One of the incredible things to me about. David's case is that it actually unknown there had been other media coverage before the attack grabbed headlines as police hunt for a killer. Dwayne poelman who you just heard in. The previous clips is an investigative journalist. Who looked into the case for three years and at the center of his investigation. Very serious question. Did the system convict the wrong man. However that was over a decade ago. And there's been no movement since i said in david's episode of unjust unsolved that this case deserves its own long-form investigation nachos twenty minutes or forty minutes. So here we are.
Epic Games, Apple Close Out Final Day of Courtroom Battle Over Monopoly Claims
"Pitches to a federal judge. After a three week trial. Epic Ass Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers to curb the marketplace of the APP store while the iPhone make her asked her to leave its marketplace for two million APS undisturbed. Big suit Apple in August after the iPhone maker remove fortnight from its APP store because the gaming company created a work around so it wouldn't have to continue paying a 30% fee on customers in APP purchases. Joining me is antitrust
Tim Cook's Bad Day in Epic vs Apple
"All about the apple versus epic trial epic versus apple. It's i i was safe backwards. Epic versus apple epics the planet literally the testimony portion of the trial wrapped up minutes ago from you and i are talking. There is sort of fake version of closing arguments on monday where both layers are. Just gonna get asked questions. Bu the judge from what. I understand which is probably going to be way more fun than normal closing arguments probably way more fun also the term. Everyone is using for that. Closing argument is a hot tub ing which is very funny. Laporta will be in the courtroom for the hot tub ing but the actual testimony all the witnesses on the stand all the presentations of evidence wrapped up today. This week saw phil schiller craig. Federici tim cook on the stand. There's a lot to talk about their but wish to start with what just happened. Because the absolute end of the testimony portion of the trial with tim cook on the stand was fireworks. It just went sideways. There was very boring for a week. Lots of experts that we're not even talking about because they were so boring and then the judge kind of just in the tim cook. What happened at he. Yeah so you. A judge yvonne gonzalez rogers who is gonna be writing the opinion on the case and who occasionally interjects with some usually pretty interesting but very short questions. They more or less finished examining tim cook. And then judge rogers two steps in with a question and she's like okay. Well it seems like most of the revenue in the app store comes from games. So what's wrong with telling people that they can go and making purchases elsewhere. And then that just kicks off this ten minute long discussion where she and tim cook this like surprisingly testy exchange over whether it makes sense that once apple put like once a developer put something in the store apple brings enough value that it should get a cut of like whatever happens in that out forever. Yeah and to me. This is kind of the central question at the heart of this. Trial is who is in control of your phone in apple's answer kind of nakedly. Throughout his win we are in control of your phone
Environmental Concerns Arise Over Energy Needed To Mine Bitcoin
"Making or mining. Bitcoin requires a lot of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels now at the same time states are making a push for clean energy. So does something here have to give. Here's von golden from member station w. skg in new york's finger lakes about one hundred. People are walking down the shoulder of a highway overlooking seneca lake. They're heading down to the greenwich generation. Power plant the natural gas-fired facility generates some electricity. Oh what's gotten. The attention of. The activists is their generation of bitcoin. They're protesting today. Because greenwich is looking to expand. Its bitcoin mining. That would probably mean burning. More natural gas emitting more greenhouse gases. Yvonne taylor is vice. President of seneca lake guardian and is leading the opposition to greenwich. We simply cannot allow this ludicrous scheme of burning fossil fuels to make fake money in the midst of climate generating or mining. Cryptocurrency is complicated. there's no actual mining the gist. Is that a whole lot of computers. Do a whole lot of calculations to create digital currency that requires a ton of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels. And that's the case with greenwich. The plant isn't always producing electricity for the grid so a few years ago. They figured out they could make a profit by using excess power to mind bitcoin. Dale irwin manages. The plant came up to that. It was a very good business solution for irwin. Won't say exactly how much more the plant will emit with its expansion. Only that it'll be in compliance with its
"yvonne" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast
"yvonne" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast
"This conference. We walked on cone hot hot. Kohl's walk across a. I took on everything that turbine said. And that changed my life after say taken. The action implementing what he said change life. So and that's where i am today. And he said learn from the best. I've some research found that he's done. Nop he's learned from rich band. Love so then. I went on that journey to learn. Nrp the therapy. Coaching all these different things and speaking. And so now. I'm a mazda. Nlp and are used tools within new idea. And it's more conversation. So i will say things but it will have a of an pay in what i say. Now how does that jive with now. Jive appear i did say jive. How do you balance that with you. Know gospel church and deliver pre. Because the thing is i think that religion itself is restrictive. But i think when you have a belief in the highest source and you believe that everything that you have has been given to you for you to give back then are used that so even with hypnotherapy. There's an a nine of there may be many christians who might listen. I think no she's talking rubbish. But i'm telling you there is a very thin line between the two the whole belief and how we visualize and are we meditate. Very very very very similar in terms of prayer and meditation. It's very very similar. And it's all about the belief system. I believe that there's a highest i believe in christ i believe in all of those things that's how i was raised. I will i fundamentally believe but at the same time also believed that. We are empowered to do more. We have the power already within us. Which chrysler suv enough. Please not giving yourself our law. And it's a it's enabling us to tap into that our to produce the results that we and so. I used both my my my religious or my beliefs as i like to some not religious all i like to use my beliefs alongside with all of the other elements that i've learned along the way to produce the results that i get today. It makes sense when i started down this path for you. You you like yourself you you kick one book and then they mentioned an author and you you go and you look out for that offer. Now you've got another. You're collecting an entire library. I kept saying common theme across all these. Both the you would see some things that were related to the bible. Often it whether it's not if you look at it. Some of those same things are in different religions whether it's in the koran or you find them in jewish cultures whatever just sprinkled around these common themes just basic fundamental principles that if you if you violate gravity. You're going to jump off a building. You're gonna you're gonna fall and that's gonna that's gonna apply to everyone unless you've got a parishable but eventually you gotta come down. And so the these laws and principles that govern universe in learn to abide by the results that you have but it was different in that they just being able to say this. This is not you know the black leather book that you're reading reading something else from someone else's experience and You gotta in fluids. Jim rohn is to put out a lot of. Yeah and i think he's pretty influential. In and tony robbins life. Listen to these people was like a lot of stuff but honestly want to look like me decks right now. Looks like yourself and that is absolutely my thing is is. if. I don't see someone who looks like me. The lady that space is waiting for me to fill so is it opportunities like oh this is this is why we're talking like she's she's doing. Tell us about the show that you have in the morning so i run morning inspiration. It's nine am bridge standard time. And it's all about this morning is it was money monday so the theme of the the inspiration is around. Mon- money how to make money what she needs to do. Wherever you are in your life We've been in the middle of this pandemic as as most countries in the world and so in the uk loss week the government said we are officially in a in a recession. So what does that mean to us. Every day people and so from me moaning inspiration is about inspiring people to be their best to be the greatest in no matter what area of so if it's in a business what can they do to level business if it's their life or their health. What can they do. What tools techniques can they use to level their health to level their education. It doesn't matter where you are in your life you if you take one hundred percent responsibility for where you are you then create the change that you need but the first thing is taking that responsibility and then we're going to be able to make full with ignore on our and that's what it's about tuesday going to be say that again. What is tuesday going to be about. Choose is tuesday's truth. Yeah she's as truth is always hard in its jugular given an account while you are where you are and giving you the solution. This is what we need to do for this. So choose as truth is always tuesday's truth and freedom friday of the two main dave get the most people on my show listening those two days friday while frito friday. Yeah so you ought feeling high feeling good on a friday. Sometimes i were the story With with a great Ending feeds for people to think about over the weekend to put things in place so freedom. Friday is lively always always a take question not sort of fried as well so we'll have said on the weekday. You can come back and say oh you said this. What does that mean. How do i do that. We'll just give you the.
"yvonne" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast
"A cup of coffee hoffy. So shutouts Toya sean tait. Sold inspired kimberly hall and kim isaiah good morning and welcome back to another episode behind the wheel on your whole derek d. rocky livingstone behind. We're here today with a very special guest all the way from the u. k. You know i don't know how we got connected. I think someone say you should interact with. This lady was like they came by. Drop some pixie dust and we've been following each other. Ever since she gets up in the morning and does this morning show. Thomas like two o'clock in the afternoon we hear behind wheel to pleasure to have evolved michelle wilkinson show. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you so excited. I was like. I bought popcorn but the reason bagel before we go any further. Usually do this routine here. Dunkin or five books in that this is. I don't know if you have a starbucks in your location. So i wanna know. Are you a coffee or tea. Lady lady earl grey no l. grazing popular in the uk. It's lemon and ginger lemon and ginger. Yes my mom used to own. Drink earl he sounds like a individual. I dunno i see a black white soup quite let me know grace nights eleven and ginger is better okay. So so those people who don't know you and be familiar with you. Tell them about yourself. How you got started in this industry podcasting in voice coaching etcetera. Well i am a speaker. International speaker i am a business in life coach and i'm a singer a harmony singer festival foremost. I was a finalist on. Britain's got talent along with quiet iran for ten years. We went on re tools all over the world. And yes so i just use what i have the skills that i which is rainier out the voice how to project how to speak and i create a create businesses from that. Exactly what i do. And i teach other people to do the same attuned sometimes in the morning. I'm like y'all she's up like this is not early early but i guess it's it's it's early then i'd like i'd like to root team like the schedule like the the artwork is put together and said i. I don't have the radio on the show to find out more about some looking through. And i say that you you've done some work with domestic abuse survivors. Yes i have. I have indeed helping them to find therefore is helping them to overcome the trauma of of abuse and so sometimes with abuse what it easy that the patents are created in the mind something that we live through over and over and over again and so i've studied new linguistic programming to start the of excellence starting out the brain works and so through that i've been able to help with predominantly repacked. And how they think so that they can create new stories for themselves so they can go on and live a normal successful life and so how how how people been receptive to whole idea and not in counseling in coaching. Well i think it's slower in the uk. The water is in the states. I think the states are bit more progressive in that way. Not say that we're not but we're somewhat behind but it works. And i think most people look at things and see what the results are and if the results are good then they're more likely to get involved in it try and see if it would work for them so with nlp and coaching with to worked for me and as a result of it working from me. I then decided that. I will and to do the same thing on all about transformation of all about people taking whole taking stock of their lives taken kim's percent responsibility creating the change that they want in their lives. You know i. I had a guy a young guy on a show. He's coach adam possibly got like a pas parce cars adam and he just kind of added positively together so butcher the to positively is his name and just just looking at an oak. And how people of us that you know this is on. This might be something to consider. Now how did you get started in it. Well i how started is i was sick and tired of being sick and tired really in terms of business everything everything worked but i still wasn't fulfilled with myself in a in a situation my found in three domestic abuse myself up into lots and lots of different types of trauma like he was my children and so i was like i felt like oh my back was against the wall. Just wanted something different. Tony robbins actually was coming to the uk. And i had seen him and the funny thing about a tiny robbins. This i had seen him for years years and years and years from probably twenty five years ago and often his infomercials and thought. That's not for me because there's nobody looks like me on. There was nobody of color on on his videos at all so i would watch him early in the uk. It'd be early in the morning. You watch him. And i would just like not life i want. I want to change my life. I want to do this. Wanted to that. But there's no opportunity and then you know fast forward like twenty odd years. He's coming to the uk so make a phone call and they're saying yes we you know we'd love you to come to is copies conference blah blah blah. So the person that really trying to sell it. And i'm like how much is it ready to. And they're not telling me how much obviously it was a lot of money to sits them look. This is a situation. I need to see my life. This is how much money i have. Can you make it work for me. I mean we'll say no. No it's gonna cost this. And i'm like this is what god and she was like. Well this it'll be worth. And i said yeah i know but this money odds go the extra is to feed my children and as far as i'm concerned they come i. This is my life too. I need for me. So can you do something and she says you know what i'm going to give you a deal. And she gave me two for the price of one so that lady said god bless you do not mean or gave her lesson. I've read live. And i spoke to my cousin myself. My cousin went for five days to.
"yvonne" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast
"Let's see i got him in. Should be good to go. So i gotta ask you because the practice is behind the wheel. Are you always behind the wheel lessons in baltimore in the inner city. I was present. When the freddie gray riot occurred actually earth city in america. Sue come up with a essentially legal way too thin african americans property ownership within white residential areas mission is to sided marketplace very introduced artisanal merging a browns mainly snack grounds.
"yvonne" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"Carrying the most expensive handbags because I had no kids there was just my thing that was covered up all my baggage that had to deal with. You know and when they when my daughter was born, I couldn't care when expensive bag to push the prime. Would you put the product on the shoulder and push the problem it? It just doesn't work. You know you come wear high heels. You can't just trainers you know your body changes except for you I don't know was going on with you I. Actually. Just Andy Pandy today I. Think. As a nephew pandy right? Very quaint English like. Books. It's not necessarily a file. For the Chinese you you that's all the questions starts to come in. Okay. I can't stress like this anymore that that is taken away from you. Buy a choice you made because it choice or how the child. Yeah. Yeah No. But when the child is hair child actually take small away from you you can't look the way you used to look your body changes who are Ma. So you start to question for me I just felt. That part of me, the handbags and everything are gone. What I'm going to carry them Agai- these closed on feet anymore I don't know when I'm going to wear them again. So what's next and? something. Really Weird. Happened I remember daytime TV or prior used to be on the TV that. I sat down as watching her my daughter was in she was playing. And there was a woman that came on the show. And the woman said something that hit me. She said when you wake up in the morning, the first thing you need to say to yourself is I love you and I thought that'd be crazy. Why would you want to tell yourself? I love you. And it kept on playing in my mind. I woke up the next morning. That's when I made the decision that's going to you know waking up before him. That very day the next morning I woke up. And I did something odd. So, we live in a townhouse, keep on the top floor. So, I came to the middle floor, which is just a leaving space way into the ground floor, which is like a bathroom with this big mirror. And I stripped naked. I looked in the mirror at the person looking at me. This is really weird. I'm for the first time. I saw somebody had not had never seen before looking back at me me my reflection. So I've been so busy ignoring me and all had done is just put a bit of makeup on dress but I'd never really taken time. To look at myself in the Mirror and say Yvonne actually, you're not bad looking actually fabulous. Actually I love you. I remember looking at that he made of. The mayor and I ran out of the bathroom I couldn't look her. I just couldn't do it because that was a stranger and it took years of doing the same thing for me to get to know that woman and that is another thing that has led me here. You know taking the talent in the morning. Just to go through that process, it took almost seven months for me to be able to come in the Mirror Street in is. On the first time I did it I cried because I've never seen me before..
"yvonne" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"So? That's on means it's time for our final segment which is laughing round. It's like a lightning round, but because it's comedy, it's a round. So short questions later questions I promise, you Do you ever favorite? Joke like a street. A favorite joke. Chris Rock. says. Excuse me I was wondering. Is it possible? Everytime yeah. Do you have a joke that you kept on trying, but never worked, and but you think maybe the audience was wrong, and you'll always think it's funny. You South Ryan. man if I did I had it out of my memory, actually no way there was a joke that I thought was funny, and it was it was. It was not and actually use it one time at a request from a friend and the audience. Let me know like no. You lied to me I thought it was funny I've. Never again I won't say. I wouldn't use that dope again. Won't even say what it is. Not? Even. At the top of the season of insecure, my colleague harassed ranked every man on insecure for those who haven't read it. Number one was L-, Thug Yoda number two was jared number three years Andrew, and in last place beyond Scott Foley as a slave owner du Nord was dro. Did you see this list? What what do you think about? What did you think about it? What do you think about it? I saw this list was. Comic. Gold at it's fine I was just like who is this magical humid that has gone through the trouble of breaking all of them and I love the criteria and then was like. Let me go back on his one criteria because also. We had this one guy in the scene. Yeah no I saw I saw I think, but Yoda is perfect, because the as number one he is, he's he's been consistent throughout all four seasons. He is like I. Think this visa. I'm not afraid to be myself I will never use. Words. He's great. And how do you feel about you? Drill being last place, Josephine. Eve. Joe's definitely be the last lady I am. I agree She gets the award for getting right absolutely. She'll be very pleased. There's a last question which is barely a question which is this interview is taking place before the finale of insecure has aired, but we'll. The interview will come out after it has aired so without telling me what happens. What is your answer to how you felt about what you learned? What happens does that make? Way What. Reverse psychology or trying to tell you what happened. Yes all right, so let me try explained against. This interview as you know, it's happening before the finale airs and press has not seen it, but the interview will come out after the finale aired so everyone listening will have watched the finale, so to those people these future us. What do you, WanNa say about the finale? What would your reaction to be? What do you feel like? You want to communicate to these people I will say we needed everything that happen. This season in order to get us to this moment. Perfect! Perfect. Perfect bag to this. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much for answers. Is this was fantastic? Thank you. God, bless you.
"yvonne" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Hopefully your credit score will match that level of confidence in your your bill paying. Suave nece in general when you're putting it all together, and you talked about how it was a pretty short time line to sort of make thing between different projects you had. How do you think about how these things are ordered? How do you sort of approach it as a single set? Yes, well for me I, knew that the beginning like I kinda wanted to move from like. getting to know me so like this is me. This is my world. This is the Nigerian. This've it lie before I go into. Other aspects of me, I gotta lay the foundation with like who I am, and what this means so that you can understand my perspective on all these other jokes right, so it was very much like. Let me introduce you to my world. And then it was like is what Nigerians do. This is my purview, my perspective, being both Nigerian and American, and so I'm going to look at things. you know with this kind of bird's eye view even if it's like what it looks like for the plate taboo, what it looks like you know for Nigerians with education, and like why you know jobs, specifically that group of people are so. So like gun-ho of being that those lawyers and engineers 'cause like my Momma won't even let me play with somebody who doesn't make straight as you know, and like we're only in third grade, so it's kind of like. Let you giving you a little bit of like insight into your. Like Herman's head backdated. was that show like giving a little bit of insight into my world, and then on my all right? Let's have some fun you know. Hopefully it's fun all the way, but it's just like education over Now. Let's apply everything we just learned to like playing games. With different groups of people going on dates, you know. Make a vision board. And then I knew that like the setup of like haggling in the beginning was like my call back to you know if I got kidnapped and my parents, and knowing that like I would enter my set with being you know the single woman, and what that looks like culturally you know spiritually et Cetera, and then knowing that like I. I would take you from one place that you thought I. Left you and apply it back to the other thing because the reality is I, can't stop being all of these things that I just told you I was yeah. We talked about it before. which is part of that? Is You mix in this documentary footage of visiting your family in France and Nigeria. You explain at the top of the special why you wanted to do which is sort of no way I could do a special about my life without showing you my life and I wanted to ask a little bit more about that you know what one what do you think it does for the home audience you know? What does it offer them? But even beyond that it's like you know. Why did you want the audience like? Why do you want the audience to know more of you? Why? What about yourself? As an artist? You're like there's a deeper understanding they can get if I do this. And why is that important for you? You know I think that. Most comedians you can tell like. What you're going to get from a Dave, but actually maybe maybe you can't ever tell what you're gonNA, give Dave develop though, but you know that you're GonNa get brilliant. Watched his. A forty six they came out and it was so impassioned. I don't even know can call it a comedy special. I think it's like extended tedtalk a very necessary, but it's like, but it's exactly what we needed but you know that Dave is going to see the world from like turning it on its head like you've had enough experience with him to know that he has his very like. Incredibly dark, but also like funny sense of humor. And Awful, not even dark but like. Inquisitive. He will make you think he's never gonNA. Give you a joke like open-handed. You're going to have to come to come up to his level You know that you know Trevor Noah is going to like apply being South African as well as being like like understanding the political. Movements of both in South Africa and in America. You know you without a comic letting. You know that they're teaching you about them. You're learning about them with every show you go to, and so for me it I recognize that a lot of people came to know me through a character I play Mali on insecure. But I was doing comedy long before I was molly, and so this was kind of music having to reintroduce a fan base. Who didn't know me as this and so. Before I before I get into my groove. It's like it's like when you come to school the first day you're like. Hey, class, you know. We're GONNA, take role by the way my name is. Professor Orgy. Couple of these know about me that that syllabus this year. We're going to get quizzed on the thirteenth in. Any questions gray, and now we can get into the lesson plan right, and so it was kind of like that way of me. Saying like Oh. This is who I this. Who Yvonne is and I know you love Molly, maybe not this season, but you Rockwood Yvonne Yvonne Pretty Dope in her own way. Let me show you and that was and but at the same time it's like. Going back home and showing my parents, that was my way of being like I'm going to have the Mike for an hour. I know that you all don't get the opportunity to to have a say you know you just use. Listen to me. You may shake. Your hand does not through. You know like you know or I have an issue with that or whatever so I'm like. Let me give my parents the time that they deserve to to to air their grievances to cosign or not and those are some of the most special moments for me in this project because it was like Oh. I get to show the world like who I am through my parents. Because they helped. Make me this way. and you know for the most are we all have whatever relationship we have with our parents, whether it's tumultuous whether it's loving whether it's tender whether they're moments of like highs and lows in, it's like yeah, that's that's also relatable number across a seven seas, and all the continents. You understand this Mon, these moments that I'm having with my parents, and they're having with me, We'll be right back with.
"yvonne" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Pizza like my bills on auto. Pay Like that's A. that's a big win. That's a win but it's also a win that like anybody who's not an entertainment can have, and so it's like writing that joke of like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa. Show them my right hand, but I'm GONNA give them left instead. And that's when I knew like okay. There's something here and the audience is like it's the the thing they weren't expecting is what makes them laugh, but then the reality of the thing they got is also what makes them laugh, so you're kinda getting the w laughter of the realization, then the understanding of light. You'll know that is a big moment. No, no, that is, she's right though you know. Do, is, is that a thing? Will you like write it down or type it up or is it sort of like you have an idea thing? You'll start saying it on stage and sort of go from there I. write everything down if if if it's not if a job is not renown in my notes then I'd I lose it like I I? Write everything. Everything Down Verbatim Mike normally a seed will come to me. I'll get in the shower out acted out like shout like my bills, probably the root cause. I'm like acting it out in the shower. My okay walking that go, and then I go out and like I'm like dripping, trying to get the towel around me. Grab my phone. I got like it all out. And then I look at. It might not ask long then edited, and then when I get into a place where I like I'll Catholic drop it in conversation to see just how like how it works. 'cause you never wanted to know like you're testing on them, but it just like a man. You know what I did today. Iro Not pay. Vera, how how do you feel like your soulmate you know, and then it's like you talk, and then you see like the things that you say over and over again that get a reaction. You like okay well. There's something there. There's something there and that has to stay. Everything else can be worked. I've heard different COMEDIANS talk about how they'll bring it up, but it feels like bringing up in conversations such a specific of your process. So how when was this sort of joke than ridden ridden when you were working on the special? Are you sort of always working on jokes? Even sort of when you're maybe focusing more on acting. Yeah I mean I think whenever you whenever a funny joke calms I. Write it Down Because I. Never know what I'm using it for. I don't know if it's a throwaway. Script I. Don't know if it's for the stage. I just write it down and let's see where we can go from here. Oh interesting all right so I want to take a closer. Look at joke and sort of walk through it, and you could talk to me how things came together. Sort of what you like about different parts, so the joke starts with the framing of like I'm living my best black life sort of gets big applause. Why frame it with that? Instead of maybe start meeting with of the buildup? So like what did you like about I? Establishing this idea of talking about how great, but my life is right now. Yeah, because it's. It's Kinda just like that moment of I'm on stage. I'm filling HBO. This is a big moment for me. I have on my second movie writing a book. It's like all the things that are happening I've just bought my first home. I'm happy I'm happy I'm happy. I'm happy I'm living my best black lives. And the audience I mean most people want to see people that. They recognize as growing to. You know to to celebrate their wins right. Most people are like for me. I think a lot of people with a lot of my fans. Look at me like men. If Yvonne can do it like I, can do and which I'm like heck. Yeah. 'cause I'm I'm I'm no respecter of God is no respecter person like. If. You've got a dream. If you know he gave it to you you working towards like I will see you on the stage soon, Mike, Whatever your stages and so it's that moment of like bringing the audience in and having them celebrate this moment with me, and so that's the setup, and then it's like man in addition like part of living my best black live I got to do something that like I thought was so unattainable I thought was so far beyond me like I couldn't even you know, and it's just like what what is it so like? For you now they're like. Tell us more tells more. We WanNa know and then it's like Auto Veda like what? Yeah. It's like like what they're like. Yeah, that is great eggs. It's a surprise element of data. She just built is built us up so high, and you know anything about it and I think that's also would add my related -bility. For. Someone could be like manages this something I anything I could be able to do this i. what I read it in the private jet like? Big and that's beautiful, and that's like aspirational, but like half the people in your audience or like when we were going to do that right and it just like it. None of it's alienating because they get. That's your truth. That's your I haven't had a chance to do that I. IF I. Did I probably would have said no sage. But in that moment it's like Yo I'm giving you this thing. That was so big, but here's here's the catch you can do it. And so you know even like the reaction from you know online and the tweets in the. Like man what we received that auto pay blessing girl I. was like. Spirit of auto-pay. You know if you were like. OUTSCA, receive it, and I think the the the related billy of that is. That's an attainable goal. It's still a goal, but it's like Oh when I attain that goal I can. I can feel good about my accomplishments, and where I am, and it's tangible I. Just it may take me a little bit to get there, but I can I can have had that to my vision board, and as an accomplishment 'cause sometimes you do things and you're like Oh man I got I got no, but I think me putting it in the special. Yoyo. No, that's something to celebrate. FIT After you say auto pay, there is like this sort of big chair and you start dancing, and it made me think about you know i. a lot of Comedians say a lot of Comedians. A lot of material comes from sort of anger or frustration, and like and inside the joke, there might have been sort of past versions of frustration and but like. The joke is framed from the position of joy, and I think a lot of your comedy is. What is that what what attracts you to having sort of a joyous persona or coming to that way to your audience? I mean for me, I mean my my name means Archer of happiness so Yvonne. Jimmy's archer happened his daughter for King Strong Oak I know that my my purpose is to literally shoot and inject joy into the Airways whatever that is. And so my framing is is one of like. Yo I want when you leave here that you had a good time, you mean it's not that we won't talk about different things. It's like no, but we'll talk about different things, but. Like you, said the framing and will be positive because I I'm optimistic even when I talk about dating, and it's like I'm seeing. I. Up Guys I'm so happy, and this is like even if it's a struggle, but. Here's. Here's what I'm happy about..
"yvonne" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Comedy gives you a microphone and maybe one light and you the now is everybody who has everything on the inside of you make the entire room at the same time lapse is true. And it's like you are on the hook for all of it for that entire set like on a show. Your lines aren't the entire half hour is a little bit of it and it's like you don't have to carry the whole thing. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah no for sure. It's like you'll see molly in a twenty eight minute episode for like fifty. You keep movie. Let's talk about molly bid. If you're with that let's do it. Let's do it. This has been a season I WanNa talk about the really big fight between your character molly and the character. Isa On the show. They have been best friends since the start and now we find ourselves in the situation season for where they've had this big humongous fight. That could mean the end of their friendship. It surprised me to see the fight. Did it surprise you to see it in the script? I mean this. All season surprise me like eastern genuine love each other like in real life so we knew. Cr CHARACTERS I fighting A. It'll be friends this so five. You know any town where onset you know. The energy is off. Because we're NASA be friends but then also were not onset at the same time this season specifically because she had a dull in her world. Her world was existing without highly. And so it was kind of so. I'm not GonNa see you and then when I do see you we be hard you know. It was kind of hard and then we'll get to that moment. It's kind of like. Oh I don't like the fights the first one that really rocked me was episode seven of season one as the funding molly beaches in public places to have beef with ease. Do do that. Y'All really do do that. And it's it's it's a look. It's not a good but it is a look. It's just a look. Yeah so see that one was the one that rocked me because it was like the first dramatic really really dramatic moment for us like the earlier fights. I would and the scene and be like. I'm sorry that y'all wrote this. I'm like I love you this one. I think this season was also a lot for a lot of people because we've all had friendships that break up and I know personally I'd say East on my man. I'm reaching into the well of friendships. Daddy's gone to to play channel other friendships ending to really important scene. Yeah no that Fi will probably things I would've wanted to say to people could never say the people so it was it was like I don't like this but I get this. How many takes did it take you all to get that scene right? Oh man it's a couple and each time he was silent. I remember it is being silent in between the takes because it was very media was very much like we. Don't this is the moment where she says. I don't like that led to her saying I don't F- Ahmad Anymore and I remember that. This particular fight scenes feeling very different feeling like who it has. The heavy have gone too far. Yeah it felt like it was going too far and and like I. I mean you know you get invested in these relationships in the show I was like like taken aback watching it. What do you think watching? This whole thing is going to do for fans of insecure. Like what are you? Want them to take from this season in this fight. What is the lesson in it for folks and also than the for you use your words? The lesson is use your words because we get them aboard it so much of this. If we just talked somebody like we talked to Thanksgiving. We could have avoided this if we talked after the Grocery store we like if we talked during the lunch that canola invaded. We probably couldn't have gotten to a better place but now is just like yeah. Goodness also all about timing. There were multiple moments. Where one of. Y'All was ready for the conversation and the other one was not and it's so important to have these critical conversations when both people are in a place where they can have them and often that is just as much of a challenge is having the right words to say for sure for sure like I think and sometimes you don't know the word but you know the feeling if that makes sense like I don't know what to say necessarily but I'd feel molly's like I feel used and east is like I feel like you're stupid but it's basically I feel down is what he's A. You know you supposed to be my writer die and I feel like you're now my die and not my ride so yeah for sure. Find the right words the right time. It's all miss adulting is hard. They don't teach it in kindergarten. They tell you to take time for another break when we come back. How Yvonne Orgy was bamboozled? That is right bamboozled by God bamboozled into the Dream Life. She has now. She'll explain the support for this. Podcast comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation helping NPR advanced journalistic excellence in the digital age. There's no getting around it. The Corona virus pandemic has upended everything and daily decisions made by the White House and Congress will radically impact the human and economic toll to keep up with the latest join us on the NPR politics. Podcast cut through the noise and let you know what decisions are being made and how they affect you. I want to ask you questions. Can about your upcoming book sore. Okay I mean. I'm so intrigued by the title. It is called bamboozled by Jesus. How God tricked me into the life of my dreams. I'm a new right now. To give me one example before this book is even out of at least one trick. That guy played on you. Turn INTO A dream. Please tell me. Doesn't Dan Booze laying me my whole life? He bengals my parents with me because I was born my mother's Iud And it was shows like oh I promise you in nineteen eighty three in late in pawtucket Nigeria. I came out clutching the thing that was supposed to prevent my conception and I was like y'all keeping take that US so I think I was like oh I was at her off on a path from birth and so he'd been boosted my mom dad and then would be like. I know you US going to be a doctor that you you you but don't worry about eight years For you to make an is going to be long. It's GONNA be rough but hey stick with me. Kid actually works like nobody would choose. Who's old but you keep going. He just keeps saying yes. You just keep trusting and believing and having faith and then you get to the promised. Land you like Jesus knew what he was doing Iraq with Jesus here new talk about this what I find really interesting and probably really hard to do for like people who are looking to a higher power for guidance. You know when. Say to yourself. I'm going to let God trick me. You have to admit to things you have to admit that you think. Oughta SMARTER THAN YOU and knows more than you do in that. You aren't the smartest and you have to kind of say I'm not in control either and those can be too hard things to do it. It sounds like you've been listening to guide. And letting him bamboozle you for awhile. Was it always that way for you? Were there moments where you didn't WanNa listen where you just did not wall? I were Catholic and when I got to college I became a born again Christian and I remember being like so. Let me get this straight. We can have a personal relationship with God like we can talk to him. But he's the home Kupa clear. Yeah well this is pretty. You know if I input output and I think I enough to take us take his word and like well I mean either. He's right and I'm wrong or the opposite and I think he's been doing this longer than me. So I'M GONNA go with 'em being right. I know personally when I'm not in the sweet spot we got like it's like that's what I go back into our tub whereas like ooh my beds. You left your time ago. Talk to me again. Yeah how have your conversations with guide in the BATHTUB CHANGED? Since the pandemic it almost think they. I think they've gotten more frequent. Because I was saying here where we were outside. We were too busy forgot. It's like Oh yeah you get like you know my heart surgery. You know that you see how busy I am. Okay Google. I'm just sat down outside so I can get you attention. I've also found like just not even just in prayer but just like in life. This is the last few weeks the last month of lockdown. You sit still quiet enough in your own house. You start to just like also hear your past a lot more. I think so much of our life. Pre Corona was like. What is today? What is happening right? Now what is on my calendar today and something about the last few weeks where we're just out and about less. I Dunno you start to hear. Go from your pass and have to grapple with that in a new way and you have more stuff to talk to God about in terms of all that old stuff. Is You know my friend Debbie Brown Who's doing a lot of work with Deepak Chopra? She was saying that this is a divine time out and she called it like our times like excavate thing in us and I was like ooh excavations you dig it heavily. Several violent act business. Get the several this coming day. We got time for being we. We've let things Kinda simmer for far too long and this guy's not playing games with us. No more is we got. You gotta get excavate it yeah. I am curious Because I was raised pentecostal slash apostolic. How born again are you like? What kind of church do you talking about like tongue talking shouting in church kind of stuff like tell me speaking times paid you know.
"yvonne" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"We've all found different ways to deal with this pandemic different ways to practice self care in these unprecedented times for some. It's been baking for others like me. It's been binging. Tv shows so many TV shows. I think I'm almost out of TV shows but for my guest today. It's been something else man sitting in itself for three hours this morning. Re hours take off that. I think that's in the back. I listened to album. Yeah my fingers are just now coming back from being Bailey. The most the thing about this like you candles and then there's a window but I like to keep it dark. You've been think like you can just I think really well with water and like no one else around so it helps me. Just light reset. Okay do you write jokes in the better? Oh I read your shot. Joe Is definitely shower. -Cause I'm like explain okay. So it's yeah vibe okay. Different Bob Sauer jokes are funny and then you can act out so like I'm in the where's the tell tug is like. I'm your God. I like you know what you're listening to been a minute from. Npr. I'm Sam Sanders and my guest. Today is actress. Comedian and lover of Bath Yvonne. Orgy you probably know evonne is molly. Bff TO ISA raise character on. Hbo Show Insecure. That show is in its fourth season and finds molly and Isa's friendship pushed to a breaking point later on. We'll talk about a fight. Those characters had on the show and lessons. That fight can teach us all about knowing how to maintain or win to in a relationship. Yvonne also has a new stand up special coming out in June. It's called Mama. I made it in this special. She talks about her strict family and Julian American bringing a whole bunch of other stuff. We'll get into all of that and more in this interview including what kind of stuff you hear from God in the top okay. Let's get into it. Get the water running. Light those candles fine those essential oils and enjoy chat with the hilarious bemoaned orgy watching you on insecure. The past few seasons I would bet a lot of folks given that role. Were not maybe right of the BAT. See you as a comic but you are well. The funny thing is I started. Think comedy so I was a comedian frozen actress and that's how east the person met me as a comedian yet and so. I think it's going to be funny to re introduce people to who I have always been now if I recall correctly from my reading up on you you. I did comedy as a talent during a patent. You're in that is correct. Miss Nigeria in America pageant. Oh my God I need you to tell the whole story. Play back weddings detail by detail. Because I'm just like this is goal. I mean I can't even imagine someone getting their comedy debut and a mysterious pageant. I love it already. Tell us the whole story well so I didn't clearly read the rules because I was in the middle of getting my masters and I was just busy tired and two weeks before they were like. Hey we after application. Were very excited. But you didn't list your talent and I was like because I ain't got one. What are we isn't the Badgen just like calm? Do A Walk Change outfits a couple of times and answer a question about how you would change the world given out like I got this come on give it s maiden suit in world peace. That's it. Yeah so she was like yeah. No you need a talent and out and that was so bad was like this is a pageant for Nigerians right. Because they know the only towns your tab are to like excel at school how we do that on stage like I will take the. I'll set on stayed. I was like you asked me any question. About cobain bonds. I got this like come on and so I was literally. I had nothing else to do. When I tell you. Sam I went to my room and prayed I was like God. I'm not about to look fool in front of all these people because Nigerians the toughest you I mean you know how I saw you know as a comedian you have different groups of friends that you can bring out to shows right you can have like. Your wife is super supportive no matter what it's like. Hey guys we're GONNA laugh. Clap we really just. Hey guys we're just here to support your black likes. She better be funny. Is this like out of the sheet. How funny you know and the Nigerians are like issues. Not Funny we go bit. Says it's like the Societa with this grant line just and so there's so much riding on this moment and if it doesn't work out is going to be a problem so I rehearsed my joke. Sound like I was like an actress like I did not leave any rule for laughter because I didn't know there would be so you know I my script answers like you. Just get through your copy. It was a model. I felt like it was a woman audition. Let me but Zuma's people were laughing and that was kind of mad. Because I was like messed me. He got the last was annoying to you. The last wild the did not know the INS and out of comedy. Tell me one of the jokes that you said. Oh my gosh. One of the joads joke about how African parents specialized in the two day. Delay backhand slap. And you gotTA UNDERSTAND. 'cause like they won't You'll do something and they won't immediately discipline you. They'll wait to you least expect it. They'll look at you in the light. Look you and then like where you're at the grocery store and they're like you have me degrees the grades it and then as you're reaching for the grades you gotTa Beckoned Slap. You like the head have asked you to do something like this. I found that my mother growing up she would love to save a spanking or whatever she would love to save it for public aid. She was like she was like wherever you show out. Dass around going show out and like I'll never forget. It was in sixth grade. Everyone in class had been cutting up so we all got pink slips and my mother was determined to give me my spanking in class in the non had to like. You can't do that Ma'am it's you have to go home my mom. I remember the most gangs. Their discipline was when she showed up in class and I was like talking to a boy by the lacquer and didn't realize he ended waiting in the car for like twenty minutes after working a full shift Bay Bay. She came in. Oh this is not going to end well for me. It's like hey you don't see me tomorrow Daddy I love it. I love it. It's also before we move onto other stuff. I totally forgot to ask you when one praise to God asking for a talent portion for Nigerian pageant when God says do comedy how does God say it? What were the words that were delivered to you from high the exact words? It wasn't even a full sentence. It was I always know when something's God versus me because it don't make sense like is when it's me I like yeah got all. The answer is probably slowdown when his got. I'm like so you're doing this on purpose. You're strategically not giving me all the answers. So I come back to you and I know you're always going to need me. You're always going to need me with this comedy thing because it wasn't your idea and I'm just like he's actually pretty smart getting on heaped pulling back time for a break coming up. We chat about insecure and the fight. You know what I'm talking about. This message comes from. Npr sponsor. Better help the online counselling service dedicated to connecting you with a licensed counselor to help you. Overcome whatever stands in the way of your happiness. Fill out a questionnaire and get matched with professional tailored to your needs. And if you aren't satisfied with your counselor you can request a new one at any time. Free OF CHARGE VISIT BETTER. Help DOT COM slash minute to get ten percent off your first month. Get the help you deserve with better help. Let's close our eyes. Take a deep breath. Let it out and listen to. Npr's all songs considered it's music podcast but it's also a good friend and guide to find joy in troubled times here. All songs considered with new episodes every Tuesday and Friday. Wherever you listen to podcasts. You know thinking more about your mother who just seems like I duNno I. I WanNa meet her. She seems delightful and how various she's kind of into the life. You've chosen in the career. You've chosen a bit more now than she was before you know there's the whole immigrant parent be a doctor lawyer but you say now she'll tell folks home box office you're on HBO. She's proud of that like has she accepted. Yvonne the comedian and the actress. She has in a way that what most immigrant parents like wants to do. They WANNA be able to know what their child does and be proud at like. Share it with the community right. It's like if your child is surging. This thing he just did surgery on at twins and they separated the hats. You knows like wow. That's important like heartbeats were separating. How do you do this day? It's a wake rest of Brag right But when I say Oman I tell jokes for a living like so. You're a clown you're just like. What does that mean like? I can't brag about this. I don't even know what to tell my friends. And I think now that like at the her friends or like we just saw Yvonne on X. Y. Z. It's just like Oh wait. Other people are seeing my daughter. Other people approve of this situation. Let me think deeper look at. This community has received it. I think they can now receive it as like. Oh Yeah we are proud. We were to about that. We are proud the community because it's all out in the open. Everyone's good everyone's happy. Yeah they want the bragging rights. That's really what parents want it really. Is it really really really is? Which is harder for you? Stand up comedy. You're acting stand up comedy. Why acting someone else's writing these lines you know. You've got a whole group of writers who are creating the character you have everything working for you got lighting. You got gaffer's you gotta see partner. You know all of these things that are working.
"yvonne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brand bay is the focus is on the real ale get you get fined for speaking on your mobile phone there's no jukebox no games machines no TV the whole idea of the prices to carry things in guiding conversations sort of outcomes I save the the tables are built to a high seven when you're sitting in the more standing in the year was on everything rather than having low tide was much easier to watch someone you look at him in the face for gentleman his sitting around this table drinking that bad as why did you come here this call to see the but is this a particular droll as hell to imagine it being in bad condition he could well he knows what is the I should point out that these three because I'm sick man inside I wouldn't of non Yvonne comes at a cost if you can do this you know just by decision to check out the photos it was stay home and there is no gentleman laying purely from actually being able to talk to them yeah where is this other pops up into the house he is never made any contact with anyone that that is because from the point about the because of the business model he is a community any business you know you need to get across the road the quality of the products you're trying to sell and set off a good service in this place hit so within this lots of rooms and things in it mine.
"yvonne" Discussed on Jesus and Jollof
"Personally. Iran's won't be nice I will I will adopt the guy of levesque. You know. 'cause you don't ages love a nicer one. I'm I'm just really nice really past the five by Roy lobby confidence. I will come to us by. So if Detroit's all meet Hoo Hoo Hoo Lan bastard me for not coming to your city and if you don't buy tickets hey you know how they used to pinch your ear and usually I mean I can't do do due violence because I really want you to support can be violence but what I'm saying L. Authority pitcher ears and just just come so don't make me I don't make me you. Don't make me look at you while I'm in Detroit with my Hoodie on looking around trying to figure out where all yell at come out and and not just Detroit but every city I mean I'm coming to Dallas. I'm coming in. Houston I'm coming. I'm coming to the bait urge area. Yeah this is GonNa be phenomenal so again even Haji Dot Com. I your ticket cyber Monday. Okay your blood. This is an area that young. How can I leave you on your birthday? We'll give the beds. That is my gifts and my present to you all on my birthday. Thank you so much so you love warriors as we love you. Don't worry before I know you. People are looking at is just message. Funded new episode. Everybody calm we come back we come back back in fact love you and I are going to be in the studio recording. The new season's just relaxed ask people have families to on this holiday is GonNa Love Open. Your family is gone. You know. Meet New People and if you have a it causing a broader a grandfather whatever you know. AARP is still the beneficial to meet. Goes you know if your grandfather is still you know you're just my way you got one. That's getting my DM's as well don't worry. We are coming back for a new season. But in the meantime while you're waiting to get your fix these in July you can come and see on all right. Right DOT COM.
"yvonne" Discussed on You Must Remember This
"She also met Anthony Quinn who told her he wanted her to stand on a literal pedestal, quote where I can wash you hour after hour and she met sterling Hayden to whom Yvonne seriously considered losing her virginity. But Hayden advised waits for the right guy. She was ready to make Jimmy Stewart the right guy, but at the end of their first dinner date, she was embarrassed to invite him into the tiny apartment. She shared with her mother. They didn't have another date and the right guy soon came along, and he wasn't famous Yvonne later recalled I was so fed up with my virginity that I was glad to be rid of it. Clarinetist and bandleader Artie Shaw who also took a liking to Yvonne wasn't the right guy. He would prove to be definite, Mr. wrong who would go through wives as fast as reads, but Shah, according to Yvonne was merely a supportive friend to her a very, supportive friend. He told her he would pay her a salary for one month, if she quit her nightclub job and dedicated herself to trying to break into movies. Yvonne took the offer. And before the month was out. She did land her first film role a one line walk on. And that was it with no other rules coming in. She was forced to go back to nightclub dancing. But slowly bit parts started to filter in in the summer of nineteen forty two just bef-. Four. She turned twenty Yvonne was signed to a contract at paramount. She paid her dues playing mostly background roles and posing for pinup and publicity photos hanging around the lot attempting to gain purchase as a contract starlets. Yvonne began a relationship with Billy wilder it didn't last long and the great writer director didn't cast her in any of his films, but decarlo would nonetheless call him the first big love of my life. He would also introduce her to Ernst Lubitsch who became a close platonic friend. But these friendships didn't lead to job security. Eventually, Yvonne was informed that exotic types like her were no longer in fashion and paramount was dropping her car. Contract. Exotic types never went out of fashion over the hill at universal a decade and a half had passed. Since Dracula had given that studio both a defining John rea- horror and business model franchises and formula to rally around. More than ever the house that car Leme Lee had built kept afloat by cranking out low cost John r- films. They began the nineteen forties by trying to make lawn. Cheney junior happen and updates of the nineteen thirties horror formula, like the wolf man and son of Dracula and they began looking for ways to adapt this type of formulaic production to others genres in nineteen forty two independent producer, Walter Wayne. Jer made the by graphical aviation adventure eagle squadron the first of fourteen films that he'd produced from within the auspices of universal eagles squadron, which waner was able to produce relatively cheaply by taking advantage of Universal's contract players and other resources was enormously profitable. And. Danger followed it up with another picture at the studio Arabian nights, which was Universal's first film shot in three strip technicolor Arabian nights. Invented a new universal formula, the exotic read mildly racist romance. This wasn't really new in fact, one of wagers earlier successes had been the Hetty Lamar vehicle algae RDS itself. A remake of the French film. Pepe lem Oko, which was still innovative within Hollywood in that it relied on a foreign location largely unfamiliar to American audiences to add for sewn to a fairly conventional love story..
"yvonne" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi
"Podcast with yvonne orgy my girl we will almost called the to go queens so enjoy and subscribe was going everybody should girl yvonne or g hayes love you and together we have do you no they were calling us jesus but she love the things we love the most we can do you love so i part cast our new cast is called this and we are hoping join us for every episode won't be talking about yvan ever seen everything under the sun i mean if you're advocating you you can relate if you wanna be advocate you can really because now it's cool to be forgotten hey walk on the block france what happened what is really west uganda was ever got you know so we it's about time we did something together so join us we will be talking about life things all things being nigerian being african being artists being foolish goats in fact where the most foolish i'm awfully good join us of scribe on apple podcast and everywhere else that podcast are and talking about things would be like things we don't like that make us we invite you you don't have to be african to listen to those on your love you just have to be lovers of all things african incorrect on car right now you wanted to be black i'm black was wearing already black he's okay is enough enough hey those on you'll breath us is enough love yeah this is hashtag it's okay this is flu follow us on all social media i'm at yvonne mortgage that's why the oh and e o r j i get your mind and i'm at lovey l u v e all of the interwebs correct confirmed welcome to wherever offer plates all right so good hope you subscribe to jesus angelov wherever you get your podcast end up onto my guests interview boom amanda welcome to random randomness hella we did it we made it happy yo very proud of us from tax to actually make it happen because look to people who are constantly on the move all the time trying to nail down trying to pin down a cloud yes exactly because we'd be moving we'd be moving is but let me give let me give people use epic bio of yours so comedian actress writer producer a more amanda seal doesn't just make you laugh she makes change with on kenny net for serious topics with for taking sears topics with humor making them reliable interesting she combines intellectual exuberance still in this i love exuberance your bio in a pop culture obsession to create her unique style of smart funny content for the state and screens along with performing stand up across the globe and torn colleges doing comedic lectures on everything from sexism to diversity to black pop culture she's a series regular tiffany on hbo insecure and has performed standup on late night with seth meyers and open for chris rock she is the creator in host of hit comedy show smart funny and black as she speaks truth to change your wildly popular instagram weekly podcast small doses yes okay slight work you guess you guess so when i read all of that hour i'm always curious what did you want to do when you were growing up when i was growing up i really just wanted to do it's funny that you ask it in that way because that's literally i just wanted to do things and nothing has changed when people ask me like oh what's like your ultimate goals to be oprah you know is its own a network you know is it to live on a remote island and teach yoga it's like no my ultimate goal is is options so it could be all of the above you know what i'm saying i just love the idea of having the freedom to let my creativity run wild and i have so many ideas you know all the time and it's just like you just wanna be able to execute and make things that make people better and they make the world better for people in the best in the biggest way possible right so i wanted to originally it was like oh i wanna be a pediatrician and then it was like oh i want to be the first female president of the united states of america obviously and then i was like i wanna be actress and that was it.
"yvonne" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Yvonne easier vogel which group pete no up a new jewish no admits rats as now something interesting that i read be say the route this record and a lot of your early work was that because you had come to music as a dj you're basically unconcerned with songs structure traditional songs structure like an ally deal with some structural was the song was actually be created by accident i wrote another song called be speeds anam a decided not to make that record does it i would have to sell muscle to the devil will to make this record to be a star does that's what he told me it was will happen so on the way to the studio and i i can't make this record so when i got to the studio change i race the beatson different beatson fill the whole it away up a different beats the programming will still there but the beach for different and that a change the tempo sped up a little bit and then i'm the route came from different records that that i was riding that the weren't complete so it's like three different songs and made this wrecks of listen to this record is really messed up we none of the versus matched by one of the versus light pierre minutes are also shiny egypt evening overs give me a freaky can connects with don't they don't match the known as the volcker on the egyptian lara sanksi just three different total songs south up imp to myself i'm doing like a mega makes and when defending limit finish i said you know it sounds a good dj record but i know it was going to be a big records do is good for me dijon and jams are right you may that record yourself i mean you put it out on your own rewritable but i'm mole record label and distributed.
"yvonne" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Yvonne it i really appreciate of the things that kv had to say about just the way we cover tiger and the people on the ground and how i i wasn't watching his 75 or his poor round on saturday but reading on twitter made it sound like you can shoot 85 and like people people just lost perspective on what was actually happening and it was it's kind of like man all right so but he didn't even like lose much ground the rest of the field struggled on this day and we were freaking out yet tiger struggling and i dunno so it's going to be it's going to be it's going to be ugly it's it's the part of the of covering and watching tiger that i don't enjoy and i'm not i'm not turn act like i am the master take guy on tiger but it's just it's mazes me how fast people lose their perspective on it and you can throw that bacne whenever i say tigers back when he birdied effort at all it's at torrey salads now i i think largely it's this time at this time last year light i think i think we were all actually not not as optimistic you know come as we are now but like back nine to right it's it's har it's easy to forget that lied when he played pretty well at the her own 2016 as well and like you know granted the swindon waters good you know he didn't he he still took he was kind of you know dealing with some kind of pain and all that but you know they're they're they're was there was optimism back there and to and then you know sure enough you know he he ends up coming up with that ridiculous schedule plan that he put together for himself where he would you know where he would play taurean you would fly over to the middle east and then you know he was going to play i believe something he was gonna play revenues and he was playing like four four tournaments in like a sixweek stretch just off a back surgery and like you know it's it's easy to kinda visit a ton of forget that now in in this in this you know as this new era of uncluttered enthusiasm.
"yvonne" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Yvonne van made or twelve rounds it never stopped i could not contain them i couldn't measure and he gave me no chance to sets because i was the guy with skill to flip and to be cooler lip and never give me a chance rushed me he just kept on rushing and that is the blueprint that could beat him it is some very unlikely that he would follow this blueprint because he would have been training in the way he's been training and you can actually change your plan a doesn't work their way of keeping treatment particular way you will follow what you can do it you have to be a nutcase you have to be a map ma'am and i would say this also pads it would not be farfetched to say this to you i could be likened to the mayweather in 1995 okay and you can liken steve collins while two mcgregor in 1995 while there was no way this guy had a chance of beating me he just didn't have the talent the ability to skill the punching power because of that goes like spirit he was able to do the impossible ireland rejoice for months is i mean for months it was really something is that still wound that you possess i bet you is that still a wound the call and yes as though there is now no them snow if you're at peace a peace with a triumph.