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Fresh update on "cameron" discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"We will pick that movie apart just as hard as we. We pick this one apart. And maybe maybe we should do some research to see if it was always in the cards to get these two connects or if it was just by happenstance feels weird sometimes. Yeah that the are connected it. It feels weird. We should definitely do the research and You know who's to say whether we like kong skull island or not but I pray to god we liked it because we just spent forty five minutes tearing movie to shreds both quite enjoyed So i can't imagine what will do if we don't like kong skull island. I feel like it's kind of like how people like the day after tomorrow the film but it's kind of a dumb movie. I actually don't like the day after tomorrow as a movie. I think that it's a bad movie. I don't like the day after tomorrow. It's like a good sunday afternoon. You're watching fx and that comes on mufi. It's no titanic. Let me tell you. Oh my god get off your genes. Cameron boat ride. I can't i sank to the bottom of the ocean. And then james cameron brody lovett or whatever he found the titanic and then he made a movie about it. It's crazy anyway. Rit you guys have thoughts the do you. Dear fans have thoughts about the two thousand four movie godzilla directed by gareth edwards. If you do you can get in touch with us and various ways. Here's one of them. You can send us a tweet at twitter dot com. We are at z. C. p. c. W.h j. and john knows what that stands for. Yes that stands for zero credits. Pod cast line line line. That's absolutely correct. And if you have a longer diatribe about the godzilla movie the record in two thousand fourteen direct yet. I guess those directed in that year. I don't know anomaly. Strict joy to put it. You can send us an email to email. It's your credits dot net. We would love to discuss your thoughts and feelings about godzilla film with you ever so much. You can find an apple podcasts. Because i tunes is dead long. Live apple podcasts. Where you can rate and review us so that we can rise in the ranks were also on spotify. Search for us for zero credits. Podcasts you might at that the prince down now. we're on spotify though. You can listen us there. A lot of you do but the most important thing you can do is obey evacuation orders and meyer evacuate until everyone around you. Listen zero credits. They talk about godzilla and other things to word of mouth is the only way we can survive and survive. We shall as we head to the past the nineteen seventies tusk skull island where we'll see giant lizards and giant apes and some people who speak sign language. That's right. We will travel to kong skull island where we will see such terrifying creatures as a giant ape some giant lizards and of course john c reilly and from everyone here at the zero credits. Big ole godzilla studio yeehaw. We would like to wish you.
Fresh update on "cameron" discussed on Who? Weekly
"Your position on why using leona lewis is them. I'm just i'm trying Not at fault. You're entitled to your opinion. And i used to love and respect you but i just am shocked Yeah she's definitely a credit trench. That's just a taste of the number of people who called in and said lindsay. You're out of mind. Leona lewis is the prototypical. Who are you crazy. I will echo that sentiment. Lindsey are you crazy you've had it. We can time out. What do you think now. Who takes it as jeff. That was like not only did she. She was cats and she flopped. It looks you know rejects..
Why It Takes About 2 Weeks for a COVID Vaccine To Be Effective
"So one thing about vaccines that i at least feel like isn't being super. Well publicized the need to wait for two weeks after your last shot before you can consider yourself fully vaccinated. This goes for any of the vaccines you may be getting. So if it's a single shot. Like johnson and johnson you're fully vaccinated two weeks after that single shot. And if it's two shots like madeira or pfizer your fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shots. That is the official word from the cdc here in the us and is supported by infectious disease. Experts blunt uae. Exactly mark cameron and immunologist at case western reserve university who is instrumental in containing sars in two thousand three explains it's like vaccines are giving our immune system to do list which then needs time to complete. What's on the list. Quoting mashal one. Our immune system will gradually recognize the spike protein produced by the vaccine as an intruder to in response to recognizing this foreign spike protein. The body's immune cells will cooperate to start producing protective proteins called antibodies to protect you against the virus. If you're infected these antibodies bind to the spike proteins of the virus. Making it difficult or impossible for the virus to bind and gain access to ourselves and went inside the virus wheeler machinery to mass multiply. It's ineffective parasites. It's around the two week. Mark that the immune system is producing. Antibodies levels that block infections said cameron and quotes
David Cameron Faces Inquiry Into His Dealings With Greensill
"Over the weekend we finally heard from a former political figure who had been brought a quiet late despite repeated attempts by janice to get in touch with them. This is david cameron. The former prime minister full during a series of allegations over the greensville saga is about david. Cameron's pat statement after news stories over the weekend. Suggesting drink matt hancock when it came to trying to a help for green. What did he have to say. So he has issued a statement saying i reflected on this at length. There are important to be learned as a former prime minister. I accept that communications with government needs to be done through only the most formal of channels. So there can be no room for misinterpretation. So he's not saying he's done anything wrong. He's just saying that things could have been misinterpreted because the system has allowed them to be misinterpreted and he thinks those things should change. I was quite interested by the timing of this statement. So you could say that Has been quite a few of the things namely one of a dominant thing on the news agenda. That may have made cameron statement a little less featureless highly in the news agenda. Also i think that would reached a stage where all the newspapers were feasting on this. And when you've got all the newspapers competing for the next new lying on a scandal that's when you know it's not going to go away and you need to do something to stop the flames Going ever higher now. I'm not sure whether what he says is going to stop the flames. Going ever-higher if i'm honest because it is something i see that he's allowed to grow as a row for six weeks hours a long time that he's thirty days is taken him to respond to
First Flight Of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Delayed Until Further Notice
"Delaying the first flight of its Mars helicopter. Cameron Fairchild reports. The ingenuity Mars helicopter was set to take its first major flight Monday, but the drones rotor blades abruptly stopped working during a test. The experiment is meant to prove that rotorcraft can operate in the thin atmosphere of Mars. No word on when the flight will be rescheduled.
Boston Man Convicted Of Police Bombing Asks For Compassionate Release
"Officer officer and and the the severe severe wounding wounding of of another another asks asks for for a a compassionate compassionate release. release. WBC's WBC's Karen Karen Regal Regal says says it's it's because because of of covert covert concerns. concerns. Attorneys Attorneys for for the the now now 64 64 year year old old Alford Alford strangler strangler say say their their client client convicted of building the bomb that Killed Officer Jeremiah Hurley and severely wounded his partner Francis fully should be released because his heart issues make him more of a covert risk. Strangler did refuse the vaccine while in prison. His attorneys say their client was worried about how that would affect his heart. His attorneys also argue he has served more than enough trying for the crime of which he was convicted. But Hurley's daughter, Leanne, TN, herself, a Boston police officer. Well, the judge of a man who loved his job in his family officer fully son, Frank, a Boston firefighter, told the court of a severely wounded man with PTSD, he said of this compassionate release request. Alford Strangler chose his fate. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. More
Neo-Nazi pleads guilty in journalist threat case in Seattle
"Pleads guilty to federal conspiracy and hate crimes charges, Federal prosecutors say. 25 year old Cameron Shea of Redmond threatened people who worked to expose anti Semitism. Investigators say he told followers of his neo Nazi group Adam Waffen Division, that he wanted them to put threatening posters on people's homes in Seattle, Phoenix and Tampa. J will be sentenced June 28th in US District Court in Seattle faces up to 15 years in prison Man charged with
Northern Ireland assembly meets after sixth night of unrest
"Edition of the briefing with me. Andrew mueller last night for the sixth consecutive night northern ireland witnessed scenes of the kind of violence likely to prompt considerable agitation in observers with long enough memories. More than fifty. Five police officers are known to have been injured in the last week and considerable damage done to buildings and vehicles. The worst of the most recent disturbances occurred around one of these so-called peace walls which separate nationalist and loyalist communities in west belfast. The northern ireland assembly has been recalled for an emergency session at stormont today on joined with more on this by lord. Peter hain former secretary of state for northern ireland lord as you would know better than most people the good agreement did not end sectarian tension in northern ireland. There has been sporadic tension and violence over the decades since but measured against that scale. How bad is what we're seeing. Now was nothing like as you indicate the level of bombing and assassination and horror at the said. He has also troubles brought to northern ireland. Whistle the terrorism but It is serious and it needs to be addressed not just by northern ireland's leaders who displaying frankly a lack of leadership which is really disturbing but also by trade minister boris johnson and state for northern ireland who've been pretty absent from the scene in northern ireland now full quite a while and especially over this. What's your read of what's behind this because there is always the trap of reading significance which might not exist into what might just be a bunch of board young men looking for trouble. No this is that there are elements of that and they're a variety of other factors but the main problem has arisen over frustration amongst the unionist community the protestant community over the fact that there are checks and controls in for businesses doing trade. With great britain with england scotland or wales across the irish sea northern ireland of course is on an island with the republic of ireland to the cells and also within the united kingdom and within the united kingdom the rest of the united kingdom there are no barriers to trade of any kind between scotland. And or between wales and england for that matter scotland wales but they're on house result of brexit across the irish sea between england scotland and wales to northern ireland for the first time and that is the reason because the type of brexit that boris johnson. The prime minister pursued which was to break any real alignment with the european trade and customs arrangements and to go for at entirely separate of great britain but in order to make sure that the good friday peace process and the stability which has brought since ninety nine hundred was maintained. The irish border had to be kept open. Let's say the border between northern ireland and the republic of ireland to itself as it has been now for decades and has become invisible with all sorts of human activity. Crossing it in their efforts not had the toxic role played a toxic role. Because it's been invisible it did in generations gone by and that's that's also the good if however that's it become the external frontier customs frontier of the european union. Then it could have ignited all those old problems that had beset and an bedeviled northern ireland. So instead what boris johnson agreed to was to keep the border open that men the northern ireland remained in the european union's customs union and it's trading markets but that's Inevitably because the united kingdom was leaving Great britain would be outside those arrangements so they have to be checks across the irish sea between northern ireland and great britain. of course. The prime minister denied this in his normal airy way At the beginning on the unionists and loyalists in particular who some of the most hardline involved feel betrayed. Because he didn't he wasn't straight with them way. Do you save in the causal connection between that dissatisfaction with the post brexit arrangements. And what we've seen in west belfast. Is it possible that there are people who are or were associated with loyalist paramilitarism. Who are leveraging that discontent to cause trouble. Yes there are and they're also criminals amongst them who drug. Traffic is and so on who've presented a police crackdown which has been quite effective in their communities to try and get rid of this drug trafficking problem and bought ignited. Not because of that so much though it's fit into it but also but primarily because suddenly loyalist protestant unionists suddenly found that Country what boris johnson told them. There are actually checks and controls strangling a lot of northern ireland businesses in a mountain of tape and naturally they see that as a break within the united kingdom because which puts northern ireland in a different place from say england scotland or wales and so they feel that their fundamental beliefs in the the union of the united kingdom northern ireland. Being within that is being threatened. And that is what ignites it. There was none of this until that issue suddenly arose around new year because the prime minister frankly say told a lot of porky's on us and didn't level with the unionist community and they suddenly found themselves in this predicament and had created Insecurity and understandable anxiety out of which these other factors criminality usa Vandalism and so on out of which that's fed you mentioned earlier a an absence of leadership both in northern ireland and in the united kingdom what would a constructive response from especially northern irish politicians. At this point look like presumably not like the one We saw her on twitter from arlene foster who went and it is a a term with which you will be familiar. Full water battery Suggesting that the violence will die quote. Take the focus off the real lawbreakers incheon. Fine that's probably not the most helpful into intercession. She could have made at this point. Is it well when you become first minister which is effective northern ireland as she is Although it's an unusual arrangement that she has joins us with the deputy minister. Michelle neil who's a shouldn't fain leader when you reach these positions you've got to speak for the whole of the community promises and president presidents naturally have their own party agendas to follow in their own party members to satisfy in any country in any democratic system. But you're trying to speak for the whole nation and that for the whole nation as well once you assume those positions and what has been disappointing about both of them and especially in recent days. Me aline fosters utterances. She's not adopted that role. She's effective acting as a party politician. A democratic unionist party rather than speaking for the whole of the the the the community across northern ireland and across the religious and political divides that have bedeviled for so many generations. And i think that's the kind of leadership we need. And we have gossips equally across the water London has been virtually silent on northern ireland. Now full rarely ever since David cameron and the conservatives came to power in two thousand ten under make this point on a on a party. Basis is a leave a politician and also it was labor secretary of state for northern ireland. A because it's traditionally been a nonpartisan issue between both the major parties. I make it. Because i'm genuinely an i've being hugely critical of the the absence of of number ten downing street of the prime minister in a way. That's attorney blend. Gordon brown were in vogue. John major's conservative prime minister before them. playing an honest broker role effectively. What they've done is said will not you know the the good friday process the peace settlement that i helped to negotiate in two thousand seven that brought the old enemies to share power together. That that's all done and dusted and therefore we can concentrate on the other pressures of government and that was fatal So we only seen a couple of sentences from the prime minister over the last few days when parts of belfast up in flames and a couple of tweets from the northern ireland secretary of state. Frankly that's not good enough. They should be convening all party. Talks in person to try and resolve these as labor shattered secretary. St louis hague has called for And they should be on the case all the time instead of effectively absence without leave as has been the case over northern ireland now sadly for a number of years lord haein. Thank you as always for joining us. You're listening to the briefing. Here is markle's ailing goffin. With the days of the headlines. Thanks andrew in the serum institute.
DoorDash Drivers Game Algorithm to Increase Pay
"For the delivery app. Door dash may have found a way to trick the algorithm that serves them jobs into offering better pave bloomberg profile their effort which is called hashtag declined now they encourage other drivers to decline all the lowest paid jobs to get the app to offer more money but to make it work. They need lots of drivers on board and that can be tricky with gig workers. They don't share a break room after all instead they're getting together online and facebook groups and on reddit. Lindsay cameron is a professor of management at the wharton school. Who studies gig. Workers and work doesn't uber driver herself for awhile. So there's no way for workers to have worker to worker communication via the app itself. There's no slack line or anything like that. So the few times workers are able to connect. It can be in person you know. I met other ride hailing drivers when i was at a parking lot or at the expect inspections station and beyond that. It's usually just these online forms. Which only a minority of drivers are active on the forms but for the people that are on the forms. These are really you know. They're like the virtual water cooler where people can share tips. How the platform has changed things like that now. Also gig workers instead of having a traditional boss or supervisor direct their work they are dictated by algorithms. That aren't always the most transparent. So to what extent or or gig workers able to sort of tease out. How these algorithms work as workers. You're just sort of doing these best guesses about you know based on your lived experience what you think the surge prices were gonna be or what do you think is a fair amount to except for delivery and then you're sort of guiding you're sort of making your own rules about what feels right to you or what's the best way to respond to the algorithm based on what you yourself you know are experiencing through your everyday work and
Neo-Nazi leader pleads guilty in journalist threat campaign
"Neo Nazi leader from Redmond pleads guilty to threatening journalists and others who work to expose anti Semitism. Cameron Shay was part of Adam Waffen Division and is facing up to 10 years in prison and a sentencing. The 25 year old admits he was part of a coordinated campaign of threats in three states.
Portland Activists Built Resilience Fund Inspired By Racial Justice Protests
"Some of the biggest and most contentious of 20 twenties. Racial justice protests took place in Portland, Oregon. Not only did they draw attention to the calls of activists, they drew financial assistance to everyday Portland ursine the form of the Black resilience fund. Now, nearly a year on Katya Riddle checks in on it. As the black lives matter. Protests erupted last spring 29 year old Cameron witness started getting a day lose of messages, friends checking on him first, I was like, Did something happen to me realize was about George Floyd. I reach out to other black, but when I said, Are you having white people message you to win was so dumbfounded by all the support He started searching the Internet to see if there had been a viral article circulating directing white people to assess the well being of their black friends. Turns out people just wanted to make sure he was okay. Never in my lifetime of black lives matter activism. Never have it happen before he was OK, but he saw an opportunity to help those who weren't on May 31st. He put up a post on his Facebook account, asking for donations from white allies to give cash to black Portland Earth who were struggling The first day he raised $11,000 the next day. $55,000 the third day more than $155,000, the Black Resilience fund was born was carrying cooled. By January, he was holding a zoom fundraising
Philadelphia Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Changes Jersey Number To No. 1
"There is some news about jalen hurts. There is there is owners. Don't worry i'll do it. Jalen hurts has decided to change his number from two to one no way. Ho eagles have announced. Do you think it's because you how does not exist. He's going to go. I don't know it has just doesn't want to be associated all year with the number two number two number one not the to is now one now. Qb number one he's qb one literally figuratively. However you wanna put it last person. We're number one was just last week. Cameron johnston the honor of very very bold to do this with eagles. fans cody. parke's worn the number one before uh-huh and the in other kickers
Cameron Diaz Explains Why She Quit Acting
"Cameron diaz is ignited. A new debate. Can you really have it all. It all started when cameron admitted she doesn't have what it takes to make a movie anymore. It's been more than six years since her last film and she tells yahoo finance presents. It's because she has limited on how much she can give to her career and her family one hundred percent right. See you've got to break up that one hundred percents and to you know what. How much are you going to give to your family. How much you gonna give to your career. And i feel like for me. I know what my ratio is or the balance of my life. Currently because i already gave a hundred percent to my career as a film you know making films. This is the most appealing thing that i've ever done in. My life is a family. So i can't give i know that i can't i don't have what it takes to give making a movie but it needs to be made
Verse-Mapping the Bible with Kristy Cambron
"Welcome to the living room kristy cameron. I'm so glad that you have joined us today. How thanks for having me. I've been excited to come and visit. Yeah yeah you know your your name came across my desk. And and i thought i know that name and then i realized oh. She's all over the place in my kindle. You are just prolific fiction author. And i love. I love your rioting but it was so exciting to see that you're not only a fiction girl. You have a deep deep love for the word. And i am so excited to talk to you. About burst mapping and the new bible study bible. That's come out from zondervan and we tell us. How did you even get started in. Bursts mapping how did a fiction author tie. She's she's not only does jesus girl but she's a word girl. I love that question. It has a very long answer. Does fortunate we are that we are on a podcast conversation and we can talk through some of that. I would say I'm asked often. I would say it has more to do with the space of ministry that god calls you to as a storyteller burst is being a fiction author or nonfiction author or any number of things that you can do that. The lord has called me to the space of ministry from where art and history and faith intersex so that can look like a lot of things right. It can look like historical fiction and it has. I'm working on my eighth ninth and tenth novel so he looks like that but also just this great love of stories and storytelling and that for me has bridged across to nonfiction. Into verse mapping and somewhat. I didn't college I went to art school. So i'm art girl Not really good into drawing painting not that kind of art art research and research writing. So that's my background. And it's just this love of like. I said art and history and faith coming together in the ward saying once you start telling the stories that i want you to tell and just stepping stepping out if you will into that.
US Supreme Court to decide whether Daniel Cameron can challenge Kentucky abortion ruling
"Court has agreed to hear Attorney General Daniel Cameron's appeal of the case involving Kentucky's live dismemberment abortion law. The High court will decide whether or not the ages office can defend the law, which would prohibit live dismemberment abortions of unborn Children.
Supreme Court takes up dispute over Kentucky abortion law
"Defend a 2018 law banning nearly all abortions after 15 weeks. Governor Andy Bashir, a Democrat, and his administration dropped the case. Law records have struck down that law. The Supreme Court is ruling on Leon whether Attorney General Daniel Cameron has the right to defend it on his own, not whether the abortion law itself is constitutional. The British TV personality Piers Morgan is again attacking Duchess Meghan Markle is a liar
Biden economic plan to focus 1st on infrastructure this week
"We're facing a sharply divided Congress. President Biden will lay out the first part of his multi trillion dollar economic recovery package this week. He'll be focusing on rebuilding the nation's roads, bridges and other infrastructure, followed by a separate plan later in April that will be addressing child in health
Beavers bound for Elite Eight with 65-58 win over Loyola
"Oregon state is reached the NC double a regional finals for the first time in thirty nine years by downing Loyola Chicago sixty five fifty eight Ethan Thompson scored twenty points including a pair of clinching free throws with thirty five seconds left worth elegy she added ten points and eleven rebounds for the twelfth seeded beavers who were picked to finish last in the pac twelve but won the conference tournament to reach the NC double a tourney the Ramblers missed twelve of their first thirteen three point attempts and scored just sixteen points by halftime all American forward Cameron great week led Loyola with fourteen points I'm Dave Ferrie
Yes, our workdays are getting longer
"As we've all learned over the past twelve months due to the pandemic tools like zoom in slack at made it a lot easier to get our work done without being in the office but there is a downside to all this money. You're right bret. It feels like your workday has gotten a lot longer and if you feel that way you're not alone because we have tech nearby to help us work. It's become a lot harder to call it a day at the end of the day which we never get to. Sometimes joining now is usa today. Tech reporter terry collins who wrote a story about our longer work days that you can read on tech dot usa today dot com terry. Good too heavy back in man. How bad is it Man well thanks for having again and bread. I appreciate it. It's bad because you know it just comes down to the to be having you know for many of us. We restarted decide when it's time to turn off the switch. It's one of the things we're all experiencing you know and we may be in denial about it for wine. A urine pandemic grape will be working and having jobs in order to pay our bills liberal lives and whatnot and then to. it's just also been a great distraction. Take our minds off of well. We'll still in this pandemic you know trying to ward off trying to be safe from this deadly disease subjects in my story Tina schweiger said quote sometimes to take a shower. Or sometimes i don't. It's still not to do things because of kobe. And if you enjoy working ten scale it up you'll say oh i'll do a bit more. Research knocked email out. She basically said it's very easy to slip out of work. My story i mentioned a harvard business school study of more than three million people worldwide said average workdays increased by almost forty nine minutes from the pandemic early stages now by forty percent and a gartner study damaging story about forty percent. Say the workdays become longer and and gonna research spoke to Alexa cameron said turn workdays are somewhere between the two or three hours longer when we were back mcgrew working in the office. So that gives you an indication that some many ways we were we are working longer. So are there specific trends. That experts have spotted that are pointing to why we're working longer days while we're all remote while some of those reasons. Are you know we have problems disconnecting and we have like digital attractions Overloads hurt bringing noise. We were as as i was talking and the research. I spoke to mix to working longer. It's well said up that there's a growing consensus that That we're we're more more times in stressful working together working Apart from where we were in person and it one of those reasons were having more virtual meetings in debt therefore to be harder to the gate coworkers body language there's more vigil visual information to adjust included slide shows graphics and also being seen on camera curbs need to have you know quote unquote an on air personality. Well that yeah. I think i've felt that way to you. Know yeah hold on you know we get more phone calls for tax. Were emails more messages. Almost what you said. Mike and and you know we are seeing each other in a workplace. So we're always just have this no always on mentality. Why also wonder if you know. Sometimes since i'm working at home i take a break to put a little andrea. Enter to go make a sandwich. And then i feel guilty. When six o'clock comes that. I'm don't stick around longer to any advice. These folks gave you that you found from people that you interviewed that. I'm how to cut back on some of these extra forty nine minutes or two to three hours depending on what craziness year involved in. Yeah yeah they. We should really try to take a break one possible. Whether that's a series of by timothy breaks across the day edition of maybe taken an hour hour long lunch at teachers said than done especially in our line of work. I like one of my subsequent story. Kelly christoffersen who works at a houston based opera company. Said that quote we were just ourselves becoming available as multiple worse are always online whether we admit it or not. And i said we're more vulnerable. And says that i guess is more of a share experience through the pandemic raw trying to adapt and get through it. She example Talked to her depth shit april meetings on on platforms or you can zoom will meet. Microsoft teams webex. Her meeting her. I mean again at seven and then she purposely disconnected by pm and she's doing virtual the following day she tries to go poor rhyme or take a walk and she has her poem with her but she tries to not take a look at her. Feel it when when it's going up. She wants to check. Take that break and so we just have to just try to find the strength to know when when to step away and there are some employers. Who are trying to help do that. As well as i mentioned a company in iowa tech engineering company in austin texas there were gonna initiative to create a better work life balance one things. They've done in begay their workers two weeks off without impacting their vacation time and some of the departments are tested. A no me fridays. It's as we've got into this a year ago to work remotely and we've also got a way to continue to work remotely but also without jeopardizing our welby. I'm sure a lot of listeners would love a no meeting monday in a no meeting tuesday and meeting wednesday and run down the week but thanks as always for joining us. It was great having you and look forward to having you on again. Big appreciate it
Alzheimers Caregivers Are Sending You Encouragement Today
"With me. Today is Cameron Crawford. She is a care home placement expert a long-distance caregiver, and we're going to talk a little bit about both of those topics. We're also mostly going to focus on encouraging caregivers today. So thank you for joining me Cameron. Thank you for having me. So why don't you give the listeners your bio so that I don't mess it all up. My name's Karen Crawford. I live in Colorado right outside Denver my mom. On was diagnosed with Alzheimer's about twelve years ago. I'm very much the sandwich generation. I remember when I got the film called that we thought she might off all timers. I was at my preschoolers soccer game. And so I'm coming from both ends in realize I'm in fact, I call it more of a panini press sandwich generation because a lot of pressure on both sides. I literally cried the force first four years. I was just devastated. I adore my mom. She's this beautiful Steel Magnolias from Texas and I would fly down every six to eight weeks and just kind of help out going the doctor's appointments hoping thought processes in place. Well prior caregivers or she would fly up and stay with me for six or eight weeks and and I was just sad I was sad, I would look at my other friends and Ed. No one else was going through the same thing because my mom was pretty young when she was diagnosed and I would just totally have Mom Envy or I hear somebody's mom flying into Palm with the kids and I just thought my mom can't do that. I have no expectation for my mom. All I can do is help her
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Know so i think they always expected that i was gonna marry out side of the face but did not expect that i would marry inside of the gender is that outside of the faith kept it inside of the gender. I don't know Do honestly jewish. And i always minute. I have a jewish fetish. My parents were aware of. You've seen the movie. Disobedience cameron the best movie in history. Yes i have definitely seen such a good movie. It's my favorite movie is it. Launched my lesbian puberty as you'd e- the month kind of gone through lesbian puberty our marriage because she didn't remember you know so she's been just going down that net flex whole. I think it's a great movie. I will say. I love headache. Seen sure of course. Is that going to say no. I was just gonna say like not like weightless sex way. More rachel mcadams husband than i would have preferred so i. If you like. That would be can't wait to give you a list of other movies. Have you even more even less husband. Now with with like seventy percent less husband as always i mean i just love that. I've seen so much. I guess thirty minutes long. It's so a lot of it is taking their various layers of orthodox. Did you know that they both got pregnant after filming this movie. I think everybody was getting in the mood. Makes sense you know. Imagine they stayed straight canary chemistry. Oh hot seriously do but yeah. I watch list absolutely no problem. Easy having to like weird. Sloan dramatic sex scenes might may recommend.
"cameron" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Happen to be in bet slim little splinter of people I. Definitely did not plan that the universe is Kinda has way. Yeah. It really did I thought yeah. When we were told the premise over the phone. I thought like who would be crazy enough in two weeks to propose someone sight unseen. In to go through with it and apparently that was me. Ever athlete that's the thing about love just like. When it's strong and it's real. It's Kinda like you can't fight it. You just have to let it be announcing. That's what happened with Cameron I. The was there. It was undeniable. We both felt like we never felt before with anyone without even seeing each other and You know we were both is willing to be vulnerable with each other and that works out in our favor. Bright. You must have seen some of that on Bachelor in paradise right some of these guys are still married. So my closest friends have kids from the thing which is like the next iteration of these bachelorette's are. Coming down the pipe you know. US really scary I mean I get a lot of the like there's no way that this could ever happen it's scripted it's not real and I can't speak for your show but I can speak for mine. It's like one of those things like I don't understand why it's so much weirder than finding someone at the bar on a Thursday you know like When you go to the bar looking to meet people the majority of the people there are going to the bar to hook up you know in really aren't looking for something serious and so. It's all relative I suppose but it's cool. It's cool that there are examples of you guys out there that prove the exception to the rule I suppose. And also, we need success stories so that weird show can keep on going on and continuing to entertain people. So you're doing the Lord's work guys and I really do appreciate that. I would missionary. So what's next for you guys you mentioned that you're GonNa be doing a celebrity game show that sounds really exciting. Tell everyone what that is, and then what else is going on? Yeah it's a lot like it sounds wearing hosting this game night sort of show. I'm not sure exactly to the extent that that will be involved, but you know it always has a way of mixing things up but we're going to be doing is going to we're GONNA invite three couples every episode to compete against us in these games going to be a Lotta Fun. Becoming like bright right coming out in the fall time. Of course, our Youtube Channel we work on that and release episodes of that every week you know everything from our sort of comedy sketches that we like to make talking about what we're going through in quarantine to sort of. Fun Date, nights that we have. Run the gamut. Ends Yeah Cameron and I were looking forward to sharing more story in a lot of different ways. In the future right we have some other projects that are in the works. We just can't talk about them quite yet. I know that racket the celebrity game. What does that live? Where's that going to be on? That's actually going to be on Youtube and Ellen Tube is well cool. Yes. Okay. I'm GonNa let you guys get out of your sweaty car but I I wanted to end the show with some rapid fire questions. Are you guys ready? All right perfect. All right. Rapid fire questions with Lauren and Cameron from love is blind and question number one. What is your favorite pizza topping? I've never any BARONI. Favorite Book. alchemist hundred years of solitude. I'm not. Surprised at. Its worst thing we came to him. That's why he went on the show. was. So. Loud. Was Right. What was the first concert you went to TLC Snoop Dogg. Perfect for each other who was your first kiss? Wow. This actually my first kiss until.
"cameron" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"Counting hup for carrying down. Okay number one bugs the fly because I don't know where they're gonna go very unpredictable and I don't like bugs to be on me number two heights. It does that thing where your legs can't really move and you get that feeling in the pit of your stomach fears like that number three. The music plays in trailers for scary movies number four the content of scary movies number behind a murderer from a scary movie coming to my house to murder me number six. It's seven the movie seven. That should have been number. Seven seven is one of those movies. Where like I watched that a sleepover and to be cool? I just like didn't cover my eyes. Everybody else went to bed and I just laid there. My Eyes Open Number seven vulnerability. Uh I am a stand up comic for living so uh specials called rape jokes and it's about my experience as a survivor of sexual assault. So that actually is a very very vulnerable. Our I don't mean that I'm not vulnerable on stage the age I think I am vulnerable on stage. I mean more that it is a controlled environment. I am the person that gets to talk. No one else gets to talk. I am the person that is is in charge of the conversation and That's the story that like not all my friends or family new. You know it's easier for me to tell it on stage so you you know. I think my art could actually be a little less vulnerable to be honest and my human life could be a little more vulnerable number number. Eight failure chievements is such a good way of scaling existence. I exist exist because I did all these things so I have value. I don't know that I am connected to a feeling of inherent worth you raise really Catholic and so you have like your worth is based in how good you are like how you know how close to God or whatever but then I don't give a shit about that anymore so That goes away. I think I need to work on Like feeling comfortable In my own skin and with my own attractiveness because like if you're queer person especially on the butch spectrum mm-hmm or like if we had better words masculine of center You know get a ton of positive feedback about your looks except from like a very small percentage of population who gives you a lot of feedback. It looks very confusing so I think working on some self confidence probably be a good idea number nine Something terrible happening to me. Because I'm a woman a number ten something terrible happening to me because I'm acquire I'm cameras potato and these are ten things that scare me Cameras Zito is a Los Angeles based stand up comic actor and writer when she was starting out. Cameron did a stint and as a ringmaster for El Surco cheapo cabaret out of Chicago. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl. Daniel Matt Odell Reuben. Sarah Sam Vac Emily Boutin and Polish Shuman music and sound design by Isaac Jones scares me. Are they gonNA stop making beach umbrellas. Because I have not heard those up apply. I don't even have one single. Spare what are you scared of. Tell us at ten things. PODCASTS DOT Org..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Studio. Had it exactly this moment and handed it to me because that the amount of fifty nine minutes and fifty seven seconds can't believe that you planned that. Can you imagine there's a knock on the door cameron. It's your baby. It's it's two and a half December when you had her. What and then you then you just puff of smoke over here? I was recording updates. It's like it's like it's put it but I'm to nobody it is. It's been such a pleasure to speak with you. Thank you so much for taking the time of Gordon I I'm I'm so scared. I feel so spooked out and I can't wait to spend the rest of my day in this place. After sweating everything is sorted through. Yeah congrats on on. All all of your well-deserved success and so much more from you in the future. Thank you Before I send you back into your day hours hoping that you would shout out Queiro oh person place or thing made you feel like you could be who you are today yes So my Queiroz my friend and an Anna's amazing and and I so I am. I came to college and and was actually the person who came into school. I'm by I'm here. I'm queer. Everything is great and I was like I want to be like her and the way that she would talk about her feelings and what she wanted and what she suddenly was like everything felt possible and she helped me put language to stuff that I had i. She's real the first escapers new and wonderful and she was in my wedding and I was in hers. We've been friends for a long meantime. Thank you thank you so much for having me UH..
"cameron" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Union with the EU. There was none of that. Can you disagree with the economic concessions on the issue because they're not his to give the only person you can make concessions as the rest of the year in particular miracles or what I mean by that is concessions to the arguments of the other side and domestic politics so in the Scottish referendum case famous pledge whatever you think about it long term consequences. It was a signal that he he heard the arguments the other side. I think he was able to do that because he passionately wanted his side to win and there is discussion in the memoirs again. I write about it that they talk about close to the vote. If there's a risk they think they you might be losing. Should they say something about immigration should they at least acknowledge some of what's driving the other side's arguments and Lynton crosby among other people according to Cameron advise against thinks that but in hindsight that doesn't look like the right cool no I mean I do think that the difference with Scottish referendum does matter because saying saying we hear you and then being able to absolutely nothing about it. I'm not sure that that really works as a political tactic. Just kind of in some sense reinforces the argument given that doesn't make any difference like why anybody politician says about this or if you do it in the last week you might get away with it. You know I think if he understood as well as he did the the weakness of Britain's membership than absolutely had to make contingency arrangements arrangements of some kind for leave winning the referendum now. He says it will take time that was spent on all the things things that he didn't intend to stay on so he didn't see any government would replace him or any place would accept those contingency although he now this seems to be the weakest part of his defense he thought he was down for three months and in those three months he would have done a lot of this kind of planning but it was taken away from him because and relied Samedan inopportune opportun remark about to resume his personal circumstances but in those three months what could he have done no knowledge. I think this goes I think to an issue that he doesn't on the face in that is that at the very moment in which the referendum happened in leave one we were in a constitutional crisis because the majority of the voting Electra and said they did not consent to pretty significant Paul the constitutional arrangements bug which this country is governed so for that to be the case and then for the prime minister to decide that morning even though he's person who's whose decision making hats porters to that moment that the thing that he's going to do is is walk away. I think that is is pretty hard to get what head of UNTO UNTO justify because as we set about several times before in the issue of prudence and acting Putin lie's fundamental part part of the only way we should British constitution can work and not is an active huge risk taking I think but you also think it's it's not just the walking away their lack of consideration of the possibility of this outcome beforehand what in the months leading up in the years in Europe it back if back in two thousand thirteen he he thought whether wilfully not that he was heading down that road he might be trapped on that road or he might want to get on that road but towards in out. You have to think about what out vote means. I need well. We didn't encourage. We're not saying either to do. We we think that the way that he tells the story at least I'm being hesitant because we don't know all the things that went on inside his head but.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"We have this part so and it's so there's something very cool about that about this like and by the way that also means. It's cost prohibitive figure how to get there but there's something very cool about sort of being like at the very end of things with the people that are also queer like it's like no one is happening through there yeah. There's not like a accidental bachelorette party or whatever ever or like. It's it's intentionally gay. Do love that feeling of spaces. We have created for ourselves and that feeling of sort of like joy. That's pretty beautiful guy before I send you back into your day. I would just want to say I love your standup. I think your you're so fun to watch and always when you did may show. Put Your Hands Together. You're the kind of comic that I would like. Come out of the Green Room for because you're so powerful on stage which you just such a powerful presence I I love your stand-up Cameron and it is it was really lovely you riff so much on that show. You have so so much on stuff that was like going on. Presently that was always really fun to see. What's what's her rain doing with this. You know it's like it's so nice. So much of the comedy is coming from the same place as the leg getting. Somebody's you know reactions that were coming from a really funny comedy place but it wasn't the same as everybody else. I always really loved. Oh Man. That's so cool I'm. I'm so glad to have a chance to tell you that I love you work the..
"cameron" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio
"Cameron Mitchell of the Cameron Mitchell restaurant group our camera hammer Mitchell restaurants lots of restaurant sixty of them and a great story so the culture people I there were five questions that you it very very young age when you first started doing business this is what defined your culture. Let's talk about those for future well so we're getting all over the the five the five questions which we are five pillars of our our company called her and and then we've eight core values and that number one core values we talked about as the associate comes first and then we have <hes> The milkshake story yeses answer what's the question which we'll get to at the end of the show here but anyways we talked with the five cultural pillars. Ain't there five questions that <hes> now do you have to be able to answer <hes> in a Business Baskerville to answer authority and conviction fiction so <hes> I think they comply really almost any any business quite frankly and and I'm taking through them one by one so the first question <hes> simply is <hes>. What are we WANNA be? I think any organization <hes> what you WanNa be when you grow up and we want to be an extraordinary restaurant companies very simple <hes> by definitions the opposite of ordinary and all these sensors are very simple and easy <hes> to put forward and then <hes> the second one. Is You know how do we define ourselves and we define ourselves as a great people delivering genuine hospitality and again easy to understand great people. We all know great people in our life delivering means someone's receiving something <hes> genuine from the heart and hospitality treating guests like we treat guests earn up people on earn home so that's how we define ourselves for great people delivery Jane Hospitality. The third question is what is our mission. You know I think any organization has to have a mission. <hes> and ours is very simple <hes> and it's a tribal both cultural and fiscal fiscal responsibility but what does that really mean that means. It's a fifty one forty nine relationship. I WANNA be restaurant company. That's around fifty sixty seventy eight hundred years long after I'm going to big restaurant in the sky and the way to do that is by being values driven organization sore number one goal is always to maintain our culture and values in job number one a right behind is to make a profit mega damn good profit we benchmark ourselves against all the publicly-held restaurant companies every quarter and <hes> we're essentially the top <hes> usually in the upper ten percent time but certainly in the upper court tile profitability of all publicly-held restaurant companies so <hes> and it says very but we'll never sacrifice whenever <hes> sacrifice our culture and values for an extra buck so fuck. On the fourth question or <hes> pillar is we have five thousand associates nearly five thousand associates in the company today and <hes> <hes> we all different job descriptions etcetera but <hes> we all have the same real all five thousand Dennis Tomake raving fans of the five groups of people we do business with which first and foremost is your fellow associate your guests you're purveyors or partners in our community and we believe that you had to belong to one of those five constituencies to have any interaction with cameras restaurants. If we make raving fans out of all groups of people will make raving fans anyway we come in contact with with our company so so how is that a question it's it's <hes> is what is your role. But what is your roller yeah. What is your role so we've so we've we've talked about? You know to summarize quick. We've got <hes> you know. What are we WANNA? Be You know. How do we define ourselves? What is our mission? What is your role and then finally the fifth question is what is our goal so any business we have goals? We have daily weekly or monthly yearly goals. They come they go <hes> and there's one goal is stays the same twenty four seven three sixty five and then it'd be better today than we were yesterday and better tomorrow today and that does two things for company one in order to be better at something today than you were yesterday and better something tomorrow and your today you have to improve you have to work at you have to get better you have to change you have to grow so it creates a culture of change when organization and then we don't really except the status quo status quote to me is beginning to death now so we always wanted to be better today. We're yesterday and better tomorrow today and then number two that has earned turns policy. You know I talk with people all the time and we could talk for hours about how successful carems restaurants is a little bit successful. Ought successful doesn't really matter we all agree with a simple statement that camera restaurants is somewhat of a successful restaurant company so by virtue of that alone. If we're better today that we were yesterday and Better Tomorrow Day by virtually tomorrow will be more of a successful Asshole Restaurant Company that we are today so that keeps us on that upward trajectory so those are those five questions and I they become the screen by which we do everything I've I've asked the questions thousands of times. What does it have to great people living J.? Touting what does that have to making raving fans of the five groups people do business with etc and so I if you find yourself doing things aren't in line with those five questions as five pillars of our culture than we know we're heading down the wrong track so becomes a screen gene by which we measure ourselves in major activity activities by and you wrote these questions out when you were just starting your first restaurant <hes> how I realize you work for restaurant company or that had God damn. I don't really know shop be honest with the I've just <hes> so fortunate I did because it's it's. It's defines us. It's it's <hes> a company called. Turn values is <hes> helped <hes> is this. I think the the number one reason we're successful as we today so <hes> but yeah I've been very lucky we you know great core values on top of that and and then we have you know finally yeses the answer what's the question and and that has been with since day one we had added a milkshake story to that about nine years later which we get into but <hes> <hes> we talked about. Yes is the answer the question it doesn't mean yes you can carry gun to work <hes> yes you can sexually harass. You're workmates the the answer. Those are no no no you cannot do that so it's yes as the answer was. The question is an attitude. If there's a way we can do it. We will and it's it's. It's a whole different mindset. People generally speaking. I want to say they know it just naturally roles if they have to. Yes requires action requires you to do something so why we're getting into this because yes doesn't mean you say yes to somebody for any requested. They have right but it is you know what can I do that would give them that would make them happy because maybe can't and and we're going to I don't want you to talk about the chocolate milk shake because that's your like defining symbol and I love chocolate milk shake John Save that that for the final segment of the show but this whole concept of yes is the answer does not mean use a simply can agree to everything because you so give me an example of a time that you absolutely had we didn't say no. I know you could have said no because to most it would seem like what we can't say yes. But what could you do in that situation. Give me an example well a simple <hes> one of my favorites actually write about the book guys in town a father with his son at the hospital Kimia Children's hospital and his son once or chicken and so he gets on the web this before delivery days and all that stuff and <hes> and finds out <hes> Best Chinese food and Columbus and molly was pops up our restaurants recalls molly was up and says you know <hes> tells it hosts that I've got a request but I'm a children's hospital. My son treat me really chicken <hes> but I can't come pick it up. Is there any way you can deliver it to me so this is just a minute comes backbone yep. We'll take care of that for you. During she's like Sir we're coming down sure you know what remember unit Cetera well. <hes> turns out you know the sous-chef <hes> these work <hes> make sure chicken and a couple of their brings it down to them and <hes> comes up to the Rim told me this is how much nothing you know saying it's are happy to it. We wish you and your son in the best to things you know is molly was north west side of town about twenty five miles away twenty miles away number one a number two. We don't have orange chicken on a mini <hes>. We're going to take care of this guy or you know <hes> another quick story at a gun Michael Hoenig <hes> in for lunch at Denver and your Zabala Honing Saviola Block in the service. I'm sorry we're out and and kind of another one. He makes another selection about five minutes. Later server comes back with bottle of Honing Saviola Block and he says well you must have found in a bag. He says no a new is really important for you and I and I wanna take care of you. saw across St Col Campbell girl across the street they had bought a ball from them. Well server had no idea that was Michael Hoenig who makes honing wines and has no idea he's a good friend of mine and <hes> it's just a perfect example of it'd been very easy say yep now. We're out. Sorry canals can get you and I have hundreds and hundreds of stories like that over the years thousand private. I don't even know you know and it Kinda. Is I love it because it forces people to be creative in one of my books. I talk about the old concept. It's it's not mine. It's one to say yes to say no where management or leadership empowers people just say yes. You don't think you can say as or come up with the solution. That's GonNa make the customer happy then you can come in coat. Ask Permission of a manager sure you know and and say what can I do but by doing that you create this culture of an empowered organization one of learning because it's really great when somebody sits down at a team meeting says well I was able to take care of customer had something that never for happened before and this is how he did it and it just teaches everybody how to say yes or how to get to the customer being happy and it's like there's a line in the sand. You WanNA teach people to get you don't necessarily WanNa crossover because because maybe there's reasons you can't but if you can get people to go as far as they possibly can and this is what we're talking about getting creative so mob lumber thoroughly agree. It's not just yes for the customers Yes for your fellow associates yesterday. Our community is just too. You know purveyors. I mean it's it's <hes> everything that we you know Yes to our partner. So we said pervasive attitude across the entire spectrum nothing limit art. We're GONNA take a short break. We come back. We're GONNA hear all about the chocolate milk shake and. This is something you're not gonNA WANNA miss. You're listening.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I'm not trying to leave, but we're going to be two women, and we're also that is going to continue like I think that's the that's like the most represented store in a really under represented group. Right. That really small popular. That's like maybe the story that's being portrayed. The most. And I think that there's some specificity to what to your life, and like many people's lives at I know where it's like, well, this was already this is already a queer couple, you know, this is a this is the these are people who are non binary like, didn't that they're not. This isn't even like a. There isn't a fully this side of the fence to flee this side of the fence thing going, I like to describe most tea for tea relationships, as like a layer cake of gay like you don't really get gayer than. Than a t for t relationship because it doesn't matter how you dissect it. It's gay. Just just to make sure that other folks that are listening that might like we're talking about, is that you are transportation in, you are pertinent to another transfers wrecked. Yeah. Yeah. And that is. Well, what is what, what do you think that brings to your relationship? It brings a lot to it. I mean it brings a lot of understanding instead of you have a relationship with this person, and a trans person like, there's only so much that, that says person's going to be able to understand about their trans partners experience. So I feel like we have a keen understanding of each other's experience. My spouse, also transitioned quite a while ago. So they, they have a lot more experience in the world living that way. We both have the experience of at one point identifying as a dyke now. I think the best way to describe is just queer queer queer because. We're, we're not we're not game in, but we sort of are we still strongly? Feel we have roots in our dyke community because we both very much. Value, our ties to that experience and the and the, the bonds that we formed with people in that community. And we hold onto those friends still. So, yeah. I mean, I think that that is. I think that stuff is all really present in the way that I know you and it's. Like I do think that again, it's when we talk about like as a community, like non binary and what that might mean it, it is something that I feel like. Mike experience of you doesn't fucking matter at all except to say that my experience of you as a person helps me to understand why you would identify that way. Because it makes perfect sense to me based on the way the things that you present to me, like it's just it's just not confusing to me. At all why you say that? Because like I do think that you have, like. More energy is going on than like, what, what I this Cameron Esposito person reads as like a man like a full stop lake period. That's the whole week old. We can't we as beings can hold multitudes in us. We are not one thing, we're not there's so many shades of things going on and us. And I feel like. As, as I am right now in the world is all of the things that I have experienced coming together and forming who I am right now. So I wouldn't erase any of it for anything even the really shitty things that when I was going through. It was just like, oh, those things are important. And all of those identities that I am bodied on my journey here are important, so, yeah. That's fair enough. I mean, also. Well, actually, here's a question that I don't think I know based on what it's something, how are you? How are you read in the world? And then I'm curious about how your relationship is read in the world. I mean, I have my perception of how I'm red, and I don't know if that's what do you think your is? I feel like. I think that sometimes I just confuse people..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I invited. Somebody who is from the Terrence Owens trust is here. So Greg Owens is that get up here. Cameron. It's so nice to meet you. We you sit down right here. Yes. That's that's not the name of organization. Is it your trust on my name is Greg? Yeah. Wrote it down. It was cute. Look, I was eating cashews. Like, she. It was rough. Tell me again, yet your organization first of all I like what I did was I solicited from Londoners. Like, what are the organizations that you love and the Terrence Higgins trust is one that was recommended to me. So can you tell me about the work that you do? Of course, that's really heartwarming to know that we recommend this came from these people were like this. Yeah. So I don't actually run Terrence Higgins trust. So Terrence Higgins trust is the UK's leading sexual health and. Charity, and it's named after one of the first people in the UK to die of HIV of an H related illness. Terry Higgins, so it's been set up over thirty five thirty years now. And and we provide not just support and care for people living with HIV, but we campaign on a key policy matters like the heat, which is the virus that causes and some herpes and some cancers in the throat on your lower parts. So we come pain for that to be made available to boys and girls at school and also probably there are some gays in the audience, so they probably know about pre exposure perplexes, so and we campaign activity for prep as well, which is an empty hitch F E medication and I set up on runaway website called I won't prep now. Signposts were to buy genuine generic prep, which is contributed to a recent downturn of about thirty to forty percent in new diagnosis in London England, the UK. Wow. That is. I mean, I'm so grateful to you for that work. Like, that's incredible. I want to hear more about specifically that part the prep of sixty people people want to know about that for this is that the other sexy. No, really really exciting time for each of you prevention in globally, but particularly here in the UK. So I mean, this is new and at six AM people buy into it. And it's really I mean, a huge huge development. But I think when we talk about HIV, and we have those awful images. I don't know what it was like in the states. But here we had this awful. Mainstream media advert in like the eighties early nineties like tombstones and death and dying, and it was just really horrific. So like, I'm thirty seven. And that's my overarching memory that in Freddie, Mercury. We're the same age, by the way, I'll be Just having next. and we like the global context, he's insane. So it's just death and illness and so for the first time now we have this incredible tool. It works almost one hundred percent ticket as directed. And it doesn't matter your sexual identity or your gender identity. It works for everyone slightly different instructions depending on who's taking it and what kind of thinks they're having. And but also coupled with prep, and we know that people living with HIV who were on affective treatment undetectable at means that the come pass the virus on. So these two things together means that we have a real real shot of ending the HIV epidemic in this country. So that's huge. And that's why I mean, it's it's so huge. And it's why I wanted to ask about that. Because actually in mean in the US. I don't know what it what it is like in my actual city, Los Angeles where I live what I will say is that the people in charge are some of the scariest people specifically on this issue. Our vice President Mike Pence when he was the governor of Indiana, which is one of our states defunding Planned Parenthood because occasionally like as as a side gig, Planned Parenthood provides needed and legal abortion. But when he defunding Planned Parenthood the effect that that had in his own home state was that he created an HIV epidemic because folks were using Planned Parenthood for testing. And so like, and this was these are actually this wasn't mostly the queer community. This was a lot of straight folks who lived in rural areas without good clinics. And so when we talk about HIV epidemic. It's like sometimes I think..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"No fox kevin so when someone is like that with someone is like is someone is giving you this shit and they're in your face and they're giving you this shit remember that is where people we are smarter than generally anybody around us so and the language of queers is sarcasm so you know what to do that's i love that because i i was also going to say self i really was and then i was like it has to be there has to be a different answer but but you're right a lot of it is so i mean that's really true and some folks never have to develop that and like god that actually must suck right to never have like a relationship with yourself where you're stoked on who you are and you know what you've been through like the person who believes you always can be you so i think that's a huge thing to remember and red i think we'd probably have time for like one more question so this person may be is the person let's see if we can do to we'll see yeah he loves to talk gosh cameron thank you both for being here today i was thinking about one thing that you were to say where cultures moving forward and what i what i think is that people move culture forward podcasts like this culture forward and the question that i have for you is we're all here we're all representing different industries different parts of the community what would you like to see from the community coming out of this podcast.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"The crew they're all like not even looking at boobs they're like looking at shirt tony but it but that doesn't mean that's how feels as an actor like these nothing underneath it seems but the experience isn't actors so different also really interested in all this stuff that you're talking about about like your report you guys really do have great chemistry and for me i don't know i mean can i tell you like a dumb insecure thing please a couple years ago i had to shoot this movie with or i was like in a couple with a woman who's who's straight and we were like going to have to kiss and i literally before before we kissed i was like i'm sorry 'cause i gave and i'm sorry to do this like i'm sorry kissed me his i'm very gay and this you know like this probably going we really word and she first of all will this woman is also sarah chuck do no sir chocolates no shoes she was in in roseanne who second becky roseanne scrubs she literally has been a working actor since she was sixteen shows like she's like cameron i've like kissed a lot of people on camera you're very nice and it seems like you'd like moisturizer your lips and so i think everything's gonna be fine like i don't think you realize how many realize just how this is not what this experience is for you but i had like so much just kind of like internalized homophobia being like i'm sorry i'm putting this on you in the set and.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Oh can you imagine what what nonstop party so party absolutely yeah it's always funny like that insult when i was growing up it was an insult and i knew it was an insult and my brothers and i hated our last name and i would always tell everyone who had listened that when i get married i can't wait i'm getting rid of this last name which is so funny like it's just so funny i knew so little about myself back then the girl you're not going to give up your last name right right ready talking about and now i am brace it i love my last name and it's also only three letters to just logistically speaking it also looks good on the book i will say that it's like it's like a good looking because of all the letters in my whole name it's so great cameras zero it looks less good on a book like it just just bad no doesn't look bad actually it's pretty even because both cameron in his position or about the same lane or you're right you're right yeah no you thank you thank you but i feel like them right it's just like such it's a strong visual message it is and i mean also it turns out you're like a talented writer so that's also part of like working with the book but like straight up honestly i think how my name looks on the numbers were important driving anything going on inside the reading whatever's shore i mean that's that's true that's in how do you identify i don't know.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Net but you will see the writing on the wall i think so you know like if anything's meant to be it's supposed to happen i know that's a little too oprah for some people but no but it's very true you know and you just have to put it out there i was actually telling you guys before when query cast i started i literally wrote it because we had met and i wrote down like beyond query cast and just put it on my board in my office and that was only six months ago when did you start queer has it was and then you tweeted we started the ming and now here we are you know so just ask the world for some shit that's awesome and ria what is your answer about transitioning from a day job in astana fulltime why do you think dursey what you're talking about like having those goals and stuff was very integral to to doing it because i think it it sets goals it sets up timeframes and then you realize like oh i've done like all there's like literally nothing else i can do except for stand up as a job you know and so then you're like okay i have to choose this thing and like yeah when the situation presents itself that you feel like well i can do this now like i set myself up financially to be able to take this leap luckily i was with cameron who was like do it you know like and i literally quit my job like around the same day that lebron james said he was going back to play for the cleveland cavaliers i could not have written a better script.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Well one of them is stands for different things and i'll really really disagreement has been doing public service yeah and also like my saying just that i'm excited about somebody entering this thing is not like a endorsement of literally anything shave bill say or has ever done new orleans have to be perfect cameron nor is to be perfect nor is it like me asking you to like let me make your vote for you yeah you know i think it's alive just to go to new york and fill out everyone's ballots by hand cameron who more so just that like we we should i think as we're in this time ruin like more women are entering the political arena more people of color entering the political arena when when we look at somebody we go we don't have thirty years of political experience there's a catch twenty two there which is that like women people of color were kept out of politics right so that you're right they might not have the because they say cut it yeah so you're you're making it impossible to solve this problem and it's not even this isn't like some like i said some ringing endorsement for literally like everything that miranda stands for i know this is not what this is this is more so just like yeah leading people from minority groups have a chance to speak on their own behalf i had a part in a screenplay i wrote that was about years ago that was about cynthia nixon identifying as bisexual or choosing to identify as lesbian because she had like at the time said something where she was like and i was like i don't necessarily disagree with that where she was like i buy a she's like i'm probably bisexual but i'm choosing to be in a lesbian relationship and identify as lesbian because i think it's healthier for me and people lost their minds that that's that's like from a yes she kind of like gave them a thing i think gave this interview where she was just like where she was just like i think she didn't say dentis lesbian i think she said i i'm probably bisexual but i'm in i'm dating a woman now because i think that is better for me and more healthy for me and i and people were like but it's born this way and lady gaga said we're all there's no choice.
"cameron" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Cameron okay i like need some help figuring out cameron because i get like cameron is incredibly masculine out of drag but there is an i'm having a hard time like her makeup brent hold me out on this i i don't know if it's because she's just so masculine or is it because you can't paint like this is the one queen that i'm really confused about what i was laughing i was you're like well she's the i noticed this is the one queen that's really masculine out of drag bitch she's masculine interact what are you talking about this terrible this is this is what i have written down i have boot seriously what the hell some dry asked hair for a wig with address that's office shoulder that makes her look manly as all hell she says that she's looking fishy as you know what in what universe in what universe okay i don't even like the makeup i don't like the shoe i hate the dress i hate everything about this and i agree with you about the pain the paint looks of all fourteen girl she's the weakest among put it out there okay okay i think so too and i'm really confused because it was sort of this discrepancy and information of what i'm seeing what i'm being told and i it really just drove me crazy because i didn't yeah exactly she was saying like i'm so fishy and no like you is correct you that's a man maury exactly why i wonder if it's hurt by the fact that and both of her outfits does episode she makes an effort to show her arms and obviously she's very well defined in that regard i'm maybe it's purposeful to sort of show like this is my unique point of view is that i do have muscles on these arms for reason but i wonder if that's sort of draws your eyes immediately at least drew my eyes immediately we sort of took it away from the other stuff that she was going for.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Grows cameron here i want to thank all of you came to our first ever live episode of query we taped it in vancouver was a huge success and i appreciate you so much as always i want to remind you that you can buy take my wife on itunes amazon or google play my television show with my wife real butcher so excited about the continued success of take my wife and today on the show we have the wonderful andrea gibson i was kind of in like a dark place personally during the taping of this episode and really it became a lot more about asking interest advice and feedback about how to continue as an artist amidst setbacks and while you're trying to stay true to yourself i think this is a really interesting conversation and i hope that you enjoy it still no no no careless thinks for doing this thanks for having me yeah well you know what that's actually a good way to start we sound open and friendly and excited to you know hang out with each other which i am all of those things for you that way yes yes so what i do on the show is i have people introduce themselves would you mind introducing yourself sir my name is andrew gibson i'm a queer gender queer romantic political poet i love to hear a minute probably says every time somebody introduces himself but i love to hear the words that people associate with that's romantic you know i i don't think i've ever used that to describe myself before but i was thinking recently about how many love poems i write compared to political poems and i've always said him a political poet but i've right more love poems than i do political poems i guess that.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Hello queiroz cameron here and i am officially back at my house and it's amazing here so let's see last week with neighbor day got foodpoisoning to celebrate so that was beautiful other than that i'm eleven man home with monogamous and my wife freer and nice to be here in los angeles and today's episode is us special crossover of this oh like when the flint zones would be on the jetsons or something that would make sense to younger audience than myself kathy as a great podcast outta wnyc of that is called nancy the chico host with tobin low and after kathy and i kinda struck up an internet friendship i have been on nancy now it is kathy's time to be own query so i hope you enjoy the episode please as always rating review on i turns if that's how you listen or give us a follow on twitter her instagram where we are at query cast or pop on over to our facebook page it is great to know you guys who one more thing ria and i will be performing in portland maine on november second in boston massachusetts on remember fourth and in cronin's rhode island on november fifth so grab those tickets had over cameras leader dot com slash.