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1 Killed In New Jersey House Fire Southwest Of New York

Financial Quarterback

00:22 sec | Last week

1 Killed In New Jersey House Fire Southwest Of New York

"After fire ravages a house in New Jersey flames breaking out on Saturday night at 17, Myrtle Avenue and Nutley in the attached garage of a two story home. Crews from nearby my Claire Lyndhurst in Bloomfield joined the Nutley Fire Department to get the blaze under control. The Essex County prosecutor's office is investigating the cause of the blaze. New Jersey

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Election 2020: San Diego Voters To Receive Mail-In Ballots

KOGO Weekend News Edition

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Election 2020: San Diego Voters To Receive Mail-In Ballots

"Election is coming up fast. And many people are worried about their ballots. Will they be safe? Will they be counted? Will people try to cheat? Joining us on the cargo news? Live line County Registrar of voters, Michael Vou. Now we know that you that you are sending ballots out to every San Diegan. So everybody can vote by mail. Well, let me I cracked that really quickly. It's every active registered vet or not every San Diego and I just wanna make sure that that Claire is because there's been some confusion on that earlier. In the months preceding to where we're going to be sending out a ballot in a short four days to every act of registered voters that is out there. This will be the largest male bowel election we've ever conducted. Ah, but if we really think about all of this is in response to the pandemic now, if there was no pandemic, and we conducted in the normal course of how we would normally do an election 78% of the electorate are already signed up to be a permanent mail ballot voter of the 1.9 million registered voters that we have

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Nxivm: Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman jailed in New York 'sex cult' case

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nxivm: Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman jailed in New York 'sex cult' case

"The daughter of late cochair of Seagram's liquor and Nexium cult member Claire Bronfman was sentenced to six and three quarters years in prison for being what prosecutors called a high level member of the upstate New York six cult for which the 41 year old Recruited young women into the country illegally. Bronfman pleaded guilty last year related to the group and it's sex trafficking leader, 60 year old Keith Rainier, who faces up to life in prison when Senate's next month on sex trafficking and racketeering charges. Bronfman, the first person sent to prison in this case with Rainier and three others do up next. It's 11 11 Sports is

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NXIVM: Clare Bronfman sentenced to nearly 7 years in sex-cult case

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

NXIVM: Clare Bronfman sentenced to nearly 7 years in sex-cult case

"Seagram's liquor fortune has been sentenced to 6.5 years behind bars. In connection with Nexium. A sex called Case, Claire Bronfman pleaded guilty last year that she harbored someone who was living in the U. S illegally for unpaid labor and services. And that she committed credit card fraud on behalf of cult leader Keith Rainier. An

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Seagram's heir sentenced to prison in branded sex slave case

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seagram's heir sentenced to prison in branded sex slave case

"Liquor heiress has been sentenced to more than six years in prison and a federal sex slave case. Claire Bronfman bankroll that upstate cult that turned some women into sex slaves. She pleaded guilty to her role last year. At the trial of the group's leader, Kevin Rainier. The women said they were starved, branded like cattle. In order to have sex with Rainier. They were whipped with a leather strap if they failed at their duties, prom Prince lawyers they're seeking three years probation for prosecutors wanted her to get five years.

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Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Teaser Released for Netflix’s Original Horror Series

What's Good Games

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Teaser Released for Netflix’s Original Horror Series

"Evil. The animated series is coming to Netflix Polygon rights a new original resident evil animated series is coming in twenty, twenty, one and Capcom and Netflix announced that it is called but resident evil infinite darkness will focus on the series mainstays. Leon s Kennedy and Claire Redfield. CAFE CON has described resident evil infinite darkness as an original CG enemy series with a horror action vibe by adding suspense into Dynamic Action Seen, the series will reveal a rather than evil world unlike anything we've seen before Capcom in its official description of the project series. First teaser trailer doesn't offer many. Details beyond that. It's going to be produced and supervised by Capcom here, Yuki. Kobayashi a longtime producer of the Rose Naval series and producer of the three computer animated

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New CGI series Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness coming to Netflix in 2021

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

New CGI series Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness coming to Netflix in 2021

"A resident evil netflix show is this personal hygiene a new netflix show resin evil infinite darkness as been announced at Tokyo game show twenty twenty as part of the Capcom Tedious Twenty, twenty stream. The show's executive producer hero. Yuki. Kobayashi announced Resident Evil Infinite Darkness which is a CGI episodic series coming to net Netflix's in twenty twenty, one, an episodic series I feel like that's a redundant but to move on. The show features Leon S Kennedy and Claire Redfield as its lead characters but nothing is known of the story or setting so far. The only thing that is not a mystery that Leon and clear both have new looks. Mr. Kennedy. Sporting a suit while clare as a refreshed version of her classic red. Jacket

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"claire" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:53 min | Last month

"claire" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Just something about Claire. Danes. That makes her hard not to watch and we've been watching for a long time. A teenager in the nineteen ninety, she played Angela Chase in the much loved. But short-lived television show my so called life after many film and theatre roles she starred in the much loved long running series homeland which won her a few emmy awards for outstanding lead actress homeland just wrapped up after its eighth and final season and you can't help but wonder what this actor will do next to compel us to watch her again Claire Danes Welcome to design matters. Thank you so much I'm thrilled to be here. Thank you, Claire I understand for a time you owned a hula-hoop made by artist Jean Michel Basquiat. Did you come to have that. I've. been looking forward to this question Yeah. That is true. Hot Pink with white stripes all around it. My parents owned actually still own with another couple a loft on crosby street and Basquiat was a renter I was about four years old at the time. And I do remember seeing him in the elevator and he was very charming. And some grownups really register with kids. You know they're like on the plane and I recognize that he was one of those people and yeah he eventually moved out and left a few objects hot pink hula-hoop being one of them. So you grow up in your parents artist's loft obviously in this same building with John Michel Basquiat, Yup your debt studied engineering and biology at Brown University, and then transferred to the Rhode Island School of design in the nineteen sixties where he met your mother did they were generally WanNa be designers? Yeah. So my mom was a textile designer. She studied textiles at wristy and was one for ten years might one of my first memories was watching her paint an endless series of flowers while watching or more listening to all my children. And and my dad was a photographer and he had built a darkroom in our loft. And that's what they did at the start of their their young lives They went to the bowery I after graduating from his D. and. Then eventually moved to so but yeah, and then they did other things My I have a older brother Asia seven years older, and then when I came around I, think it was time to make some more money really, and my dad was a contractor became contractor a business called overall construction good name and where the ever is degraded. Definitely he is Pun stor. And my mom ran a toddler school and Daycare Center, I saw two different names for your mom's toddler school, the Crosby street toddlers group and the crayons street toddlers tribe. So I think I should clarify for the record which was the actual may was much much easier to say and more literate of it was crosby kids. Because it. Yeah and Yeah there were six kids in the morning and six kids in the afternoon and she started that when I was about four years old, she taught one and two year olds and she ended when I became this like actor teenager person. But yeah, it was a funny way to live. Is it? You trampoline a trapeze installed over the kitchen table in his swing suspended from the living room ceiling in the apartment? Yes. That's all true. But that was all pre nursery school. Life, in the in the Danes households. The great things about a love is that you have this you know uninterrupted flat plane. Just expanse of of wood floors. So it was an ideal roller rink and guess my parents really believed in fun and then I had to share that space with other little humans, which was what was it like for you to share your home with a classroom full of toddlers in the morning and in the afternoon. You know. It was tough I've I guess, I, struggled with feelings of jealousy. For sure but I adapted and they were amusing and you know I encountered them every. So often now as fellow middle aged people and it's always a little startling, I understand that Lena Dunham was actually rejected. When she To be part of the toddlers. And my mom. My mom was amazing. She was really excellent what she did and There was a long list of people who were eager to send their kids there and and Yeah Lena when I met Lena years ago and that was like the first thing she told me was that her mother was still a little annoyed. I it was not personal I. Know that to be true I know I. Do I mean I do know a lot of nursery rhymes now? Just helpful having your own young boys? Yes that's right. I understand that you discovered the joy of dissimulation when you were three years old when not wanting to actually taken up you pretended that you were sleeping by mimicking some of your mother's twitches and body movements while she was sleeping, how did you figure out how to do that with your own body and to pretend that sort of seamlessly I think it's just a natural human impulse and instinct to to mimic to observe and to imitate I. Don't know why that's the case I'm sure it's served US evolution in evolutionary terms but look I mean kids are taking in so much I I'm just shocked by. How perceptive and sensitive might now toddler Rohan is, for example, but Cyrus was the same way. It's almost like the younger they are the more tuned in they are to every detail. I do remember that experience. It really was like I think the first time I. Stumbled upon something like acting and I. Was Delighted by the experience of it and the challenge of and it still at the root of what I do now. It seems like you are rather headstrong from the very beginning of your life and at five years old while singing and dancing on your parents bed you sell Madonna on television and suddenly realized that performing could be a job. What can be the sense that Madonna was actually working that it was her job. That was another epiphany this moment where I connected an action to a vocation. Even at that age, even at five people will ask you like, what do you WanNa be when you grow up you know I guess. I knew that was something to consider and. I don't know I just saw stars. I was just so inspired..

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"claire" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

07:26 min | Last month

"claire" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

"Now not only do you have to join the Federal Society, which is the Republican Club for people who WanNa, be federal judges, but you've got to really try to figure out ways in your opinions to signal. That you are on board with some of the the extreme positions that the republican system. So we wouldn't have ever gotten Cali- if filibuster hadn't been done away with. Presidents would have to nominate people like Merrick. Garland I. Mean that's a good example Obama nominate Mary Garland because he believed he could get support from both sides. that. He could get the sixty votes and our supreme court has been full of people like that. Who have really honestly look at each issue without a political winds I think that's gone now I think the the courts have now become just as political as congressional. Positions in even with a lifetime appointments I think you know you've got a really now prove your fees that your political in terms of getting the partisan support where that's all you need. Now you just need the party you picked before you and you can be a federal judge. So clear. Let's We're just focused on kind of an optimistic election outcome Let's talk about a less optimistic outcome in a scenario where Biden doesn't win we don't win back Senate and I think it's really important for people to understand in most states, you know Biden's performance and the performance of Santa cannot speak closely tied. Now we saw Missouri I mean you dramatically outperformed US In two, thousand, twelve when when Barack Obama was running for reelection. Jason. Candidate in sixteen you but most of these races will be with a couple of points what would happen over the next nine weeks that would cause and you know I don't like you. I don't really believe in polls I consume them but they're pretty durable Biden's got a pretty significant lead in battleground states. Of the Senate Raises Look Pretty strong right now or at least competitive what would happen over the next nine weeks for this to fall apart and basically the world in our democracy and so the stakes are enormous and when and this isn't just to keep people working like. A good campaign spends a lot of time thinking about what could go wrong and not play defensively to your point earlier. To to have an offensive strategy mitigate against it well. I think we need to keep an eye on. What's happening in our country in terms of racial awakening. It could get a volatile. Depending on the decision and Brianna Taylor charging. And depending on the decision on the charging. In the Blake case. You could see the kind of. Civil. Unrest that plays into the hands of Donald Trump. And that's the thing that worries me most These protests are driven by the purest of emotions. a deep deepen desperate desire. For people to be treated equally in our system of justice and it is one I am completely in sync with. Watching like Ferguson in watching what has happened in other cities across this country. The. Peaceful protests by and large are occurring before the sun goes down. And after the sun goes down. There are some real shit bums that show up. On both sides in some of them are far right instigators who are trying to. Do this unrest in cause conflict whether it's through gunfire or fires or looting. you know they have caught right wing extremists doing this stuff. So there are A. Variety of different folks that are trying to promote this. View of America is one that is quote unquote on fire. So that's the things that worry me is you know in part of that worry comes, from David, you know I was a prosecutor for many years and I know the law in these areas. And the law in these areas are are complicated. You know And it is I. Think sometimes harder than people realize to get to proof beyond a reasonable doubt. On in police involved altercations, clearly George Floyd was an open and shut case because he was not a danger to anyone when they killed them, they murdered. With that police officers needle, his neck are he was handcuffed and on the ground. The others are a little more complicated. And so it just worries me and if I didn't know the law, so well, it wouldn't worry me so much but I understand the law as it relates to reasonable fear when it comes to police officer and That's not saying that there is not racial bias in what happened in these cases would they ever have done that to a white suspect that was ignoring their commands as it relates to a blake being shot seven times in the back I don't believe they would. Yeah. So the fact that they used that force I think is in fact racial. would they have been entitled to use that force for a white person as well as a black person while we don't know all the facts yet? And but the standard is the police officer in reasonable fear. And That's that's tough beyond a reasonable doubt to a jury of twelve people. So it it is I. I'm on pins and needles about these decisions. I, think they will both be charged in some way in I think that will help but if for any reason Police officers are somehow. Given. A clean bill of health over these two incidents then I worried yeah. Well, I think the we all need to prepare for that and and try, and if in fact I I worry about Kentucky I mean the Kentucky Attorney General's spoke at the RNC. He's now talked about as a potential national candidate You know I hope I'm wrong but I think we need to plan for no charges filed either right? Before. That first presidential debate or right after, and you know to make sure that we starting with Joe Biden and his campaign but everybody's ready for that and to to basically because I. do think that that is going to cause the country to be in great up people. The other thing clear that concerns me and you know when you were running for office, obviously a candidates number one job is to. Deliver a message in articulate why they're running for the position they're running for and dwell and debates in. You know raise the resources but you were deeply involved in organization and obviously in a pandemic, just the exercise of voting is more complicated now and I'm convinced no matter what happens over the next two months you know Brianna Taylor as the economy, the debates, Joe. Biden is going to enter election period with enough support amongst registered voters to win the election and even those that intend to vote very different than those that you know Arkansas vote. But you know we saw June a bunch of ballots get spoiled We now saw report this week that there was over a million ballots the post office sent out late in the primaries in June. So just organizationally, what do we have to do in what advice do you have to make sure that the number of people who intend to vote for Joe.

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"claire" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

07:26 min | Last month

"claire" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

"And also just get her sense. So I think you're really enjoyed this. Conversation with Senator Claire mccaskill. Senator Claire mccaskill. Welcome to campaign cue. Thank you David Platt. It's great to be with you. Last time I saw you we're on this set of MSNBC AND NBC New York. Right? It seems like that was years ago on Super Tuesday. If I recall, that's right that does seem like eons ago when we actually Hang out together and Politics both on and off microphone. Well, that was the night we. For the most part New Democratic nominee is so I want to start with the presidential race. I got a lot of things I'm really excited to talk to you about. So listen Missouri's changed through the years. It used to be a core battleground You know your race was closed in eighteen Jason Candor almost one in sixteen while trump was winning the state comfortably. But Missouri is very similar You think about composition to a lot of battleground states I think it's got the same share the white population. As Wisconsin, you have to figure out a way to drive turn out amongst African Americans and Latinos. Really now maximize suburbs but do well enough and exuberant in rural areas which is always a strength of your. So I'm just curious as you look at the presidential race right now. What makes you optimistic about putting together that winning coalition for Joe Biden and where do you think there's still work to be done? Well, I think you have to start with an important premise. It's very hard for some of my dear friends that are from very blue states to understand in that is people who decide presidential elections are generally not on the far right or the far left me we understand the basic important. Driving Force of winning in terms of getting the base out. But. Even if.

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‘The Bachelor’ To Start Shooting Later This Month As ‘The Bachelorette’ Wraps Bubble Production

Doug Stephan

00:31 sec | Last month

‘The Bachelor’ To Start Shooting Later This Month As ‘The Bachelorette’ Wraps Bubble Production

"Update My Cat's Peter Weber proposing to Hannah and sluts at the end of a B C's The Bachelor season 24 last March. Bachelor Nation. Fans know that romance didn't last long, but maybe Matt James will have more luck when seas 25 of the Bachelor begins production later this month featuring James is the first black bachelor, his season scheduled to debut in January season. 16 of the Bachelorette featuring Claire crawling from the Bachelor season. 18 debuts October 13th Christopher Watson ABC News In

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Claire Ratinon on growing food in small spaces

On The Ledge

04:49 min | Last month

Claire Ratinon on growing food in small spaces

"Worked in lots of different settings and so you've got rich a rich tapestry of things to draw on for this book I must say though going back to tomorrow toes whenever I talk to anyone who sort of has has a a balcony or patio and grown anything for they always start with tomato it with that. People always think that tomatoes are I mean. I you know having say of a few years of growing tomatoes under our belts. You think every year for me anyway every year and I think I know what I'm doing with tomatoes but every year something goes wrong different way. Then not the easiest things I just I guess it's something they're very. Visual people understand how they grow. What do you think is with tomatoes that everyone? Even. It's probably the first thing other than solid, which was what I was trying to grab in the nation is probably the say destroy degrades of. and which was a lovely. Appalling attentive Goering's. Completely, adults. I believe I think it's because they grow your in classic. They very satisfying to buy when they were and they and they are abundant. And I say I think I, think a loss of the skills you will lend us in other plants you can cultivate them through praises as with most lawns it's. wonderfully straightforward, always easy legitimate once the age of the price, it does make it an easy crisis sincerity. But yeah, I tell you honestly no I think it's one of those things that like everybody assumes myspace outwit, and so we all just keep feeding not story by doing to. Ensure, idea to other people take that. Is. Dog Mattis. Ever good. He's got them. Say Song Trixie That's one of the things easily grind. Fuel ubiquity. But I think that's one point where people do go ride rolling the stall in that. Your Voice on this in the book is excellent in that most people of to look at what other people are growing and what they think they should be growing rather than thinking about what actually do I You know I see so near where there's like more. Onions planted than anybody could be a year or just like cauliflower anything deep green. And I think that's the same with green containers the whistle subject to these. Ideas about what we should be growing. The aren't necessarily don't necessarily align with what we actually using. I liked the way that you know. You pointed out that you know a single Kujat plan can choose up to thirty fruits like how much you? Can. Do these in the? Evening. Classic, classic the Cool Jazz is like I love Kujat. I. But even this year is a perfect. He was offense yet. I've got actress spaces that might not grow in a move to the countryside the most. And I go. What is to unity? I assume any. I'm sweating to read. It was a BIOS have I always have at least bring Jesus I. always seem to have lost occasionally I'll be lucky Sierra Nevada all do well, we'll have two phones should probably give them away didn't have the sheet teams account called throw a healthy season side just found a bank to. A. but luckily, for me a line jets but we all right more than I can we can. We can send a guy tool the busiest time anywhere. It's like old stay in an assault that we keep just flooding their. Risk ladies spy. But Yeah if you don't Michael Jets just because it's great plummeted works if you've got the right conditions for what well. Guarded if you willing to eat that many cool jet. So you haven't somebody who's willing to take the excess because that's a waste ready. Precious face is big decision that you need to make is. If you're growing in insoles faces you your sunny space is limited and you have to make a decision about how you use you. The reason about six months and I finally got the Rim to create than for myself and the for I have completely done it. But if I was growing in on a balcony, there's no way I'M GONNA degrading school Jan Crohn's Zubi say depressing is I would be able to have space to grow the things I would want to get to. Experience in this season, say happened you have to really. Take the time to plan what you want your growing season's light because you don't want to end up in move having on st medical jets they designed to eat.

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Bachelorette Fans Upset By Clare Crawley Poster

Daily Pop

01:42 min | Last month

Bachelorette Fans Upset By Clare Crawley Poster

"Some Bachelorette fans are confused and a little pissed off to be honest. We know the show likes to play with our hearts but the poster for the new season is messing with our heads. It features bachelorette Clare Crawley. Some fans were upset pointing that it looks like the poster for the graduate. You guys remember that movie it's a movie about an older woman seducing younger man. Well, this is pissing people off because Clare's, of course, the oldest Bachelorette today at the age of thirty nine years old and they're saying what the hell like, why are you making her look like she's just this old woman she's thirty nine. Right I mean, I have to say when I saw the poster I live for a Pantsuit I thought she looked strong I thought she looked beautiful I thought she looked like a woman that was going after what she wanted felt like it was her time you know obviously doing seasons previously and just not finding her match so I get how people can. Be upset but you also could just be upset right I. Just don't think it was necessarily negative I don't think he's trying to I. Don't think he was trying to play on her age I think it was trying to kind of show an empowered woman that's like this is my time I'm going after what I want exactly like what Mrs Robinson did. Not people who aren't complaining about. The movie and if you haven't, you should 'cause it's fabulous La. Also like how do you know that Claire Wasn't in on the joke like if I was the first game bachelor on ABC, I would try to make a tongue in cheek joke about it. My poster would maybe be derived from something of that nature. I just think that Latin sorry twitter is the Latin word for outrage and there's just people that want to start a fire and it doesn't make any sense.

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At RNC, Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

06:39 min | 2 months ago

At RNC, Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

"Republicans spent most of their convention evening one painting, a dark picture of life. If a Democrat specifically, one named Joe Biden wins the White House back with us tonight to talk about what it is. We have just witnessed Claire mccaskill former Democratic senator from the Great State of Missouri, which might have been referenced once or twice during Tonight's program, our own Lawrence O'Donnell host the ten pm eastern our on this network, of course, and David Jolly former Republican member of Congress from the State of Florida who has since left the house and his political party but he has not turned his back on the state of Florida clear I'd like to begin with you. In terms of tone and substance, and the the kind of takeaway feeling you got after a night like tonight. You know this is the presidency of lies in this was a couple hours of lies. Mostly about Joe Biden is and his policies but also lies about Kobe and lies about healthcare and is you know the thing that rovings it really struck me Brian was the nerve they had of telling immigrants stories tonight Nikki Haley talking about being her parents in immigration Maximo Alvarez from Cuba. Who came here in an asylum situation from Cuba seeking freedom, and then maybe the most unbelievable is all the two women from Guatemala. Selling honey. You have to understand that children from Waddell Malo were ripped from their families arms. and. On purpose this is this is a presidency that has shut the door slam the door on people like this, and so the idea I mean I can't decide which was weirder them having the mccloskey's Vilnai's black people or and then having Tim Scott doing the keynote or a presidency that has been so bad on immigration trying to feature immigrants as part of his story. David Jolly. What do you recognize from your former party we heard. Kimberly Guilfoil. Speech in an empty room tonight saying that Joe Biden is out to destroy America her life partner Dj Tj. Trotted out a new nickname. Beijing Biden tonight because apparently. Nicknames are genetic So, wh. What did you make of what you saw tonight? I bring a different set of ears to this perhaps than senator mccaskill, just give him my my past partisan affiliation and what I would say is from a messaging standpoint, there were some very effective moments and I think maximum Maximo Alvarez speech was ineffective one I think the policy elements of Tim. Scott's were effective I thought Vernon Jones the democratic state REP from Georgia at a very effective message and to certain extent Herschel. Walker. But but then there are two things that kind of trample on that I as you mentioned is is kind of the Colt like narrative. That is all things trump for Matt, gaetz saying MS thirteen moving in next door to Charlie kirks screed on terrorism to Kim, Gulf Oil's. american-carnage reductions if you will all of those elements trampled on what would have otherwise been a fairly normal message to expect from an RMC. But the other thing it requires is for you to suspend the past three years of reality to the senators point the separating moms from children, the abandonment, of NATO, a president who was impeached for trying to cheat the American people in the upcoming election president who want. Release his tax returns who's been named as a co-conspirator in a federal crime in the Southern District of New York it requires the listener to suspend all of those moments that we know are actually the real trump administration and the trump presidency. So unfortunately, look, there were many moments made for TV that we're effective, but they will be lost in the greater trump. Trump is a cult that will ultimately define this convention. Lawrence O'Donnell a bit of darkness on the edge of town in the midst of a pandemic, an unmistakable message that they're coming for you. That's one of the messages and Brian. We try to evaluate the effectiveness of a night like this or any that is this week we have to ask ourselves how long or how much of this did the undecided voter watch and the underside voter watch with very little of these things and some usually they don't watch it at all. So it has zero effect. If all it's doing is reinforcing the votes you already house and so if you think about what was said, tonight, that could appeal to someone who wasn't already voting for Donald. Trump you got some of Tim. Scott's a speech I agree with David about that but not the part the part where Tim Scott suddenly. As if almost to say, I, don't really mean this started attacking Joe Biden said the job behind his ambition is quote a socialist utopia applied that to Joe Biden, and so the speech starts to become nonsense when when he does that the only person I heard actually mentioned something the Donald Trump would do in a second term was donald trump junior and the only thing he mentioned Donald Trump would want to do in a second term is to end the payroll tax end the funding for social security and we learned today from Social Security, Trust Fund that that means Social Security would be unable to pay benefits. In twenty twenty three and I just want to alert the audience in the past you've heard people use the phrase social security is project projected to go bankrupt at some date distant in the distant future. What that always meant was social security will only be able to hey benefits based on the amount of money it takes in that week, which is to say, would have paid about seventy five cents of each dollar that it owed. This idea would leave social security paying zero zero of each dollar that it does and that is the only trump idea for the second term that was actually mentioned tonight that I heard.

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The Indicator checks in on our junk bond named Becky

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:32 min | 2 months ago

The Indicator checks in on our junk bond named Becky

"Back in December, which, of course seems like a lifetime ago we the indicator made an investment. You might remember that was my Christmas present was your Christmas present we bought a junk bond. But you wanted this actually. Says only as you would wanNA junk bond, but we should explain what a junk bond is. So a junk bond is like a little loan that you give company. If you buy a bond, you're essentially blending the company or or the government. You can buy government bond to your lending the money, and eventually you get paid back with some interests them little extra yet and how much interest well, that kind of depends. So. If the company is in great financial shape, then they don't have to pay too much interest because there is not that much real risk to lending that company money. But at the company's a little shaky, not doing too great. Then they have to pay more interest because lending them money is risky. It's sort of like lending money to you know you're flaky friend or something where it's like, Hey, flaky friend who? Can you spot me for dinner? Yeah and like if you're give that person money you Kinda WanNa reward for taking on that risk. So yeah, that's a junk pot. Yes. So when companies have a lot of debt or are in shaky financial shape, they have to pay a lot of interest on their bonds and those bonds are called yield bonds or in the more fun term junk bonds Y- like your junk friends. Oh Yeah. Well that far. there's bad news about junk bonds though which is that they are riskier than other kinds of bonds and the company that you are lending money to is not considered a super safe bet the good news though they pay a lot of interest also good news they're relatively affordable mean bonds in general are pretty expensive like thousands of dollars per bond it's big money and the indicator we are on a budget. So we bought the cheapest bond that we could find and it was. For a company called hornbeck offshore services, this is a family run company out of Louisiana and Hornbeck is an oil services company and has all these big ships and they bring supplies and equipment to drilling rigs way out in the ocean. So we bought to bonds the absolute minimum for total cost of about six hundred dollars, and we named the Bond Becky for Hornbeck, and we called the bond becky with the good yield because the interest rate on our bond was huge also beyond say. He better. Caldbeck you with the good. and. Just to give you some context, a government bond back at the time back in December treasury notes the yield. As they call, it would be about one percents. One little over one percent the yield on becky hundred and forty six percents. That is a good yields. So we bought our bonds and we sat back and we waited for the money to roll in the sweet sweet money or not. When I first heard that you purchased Hornbeck I was honestly kind of scared for you. This is clear. Boston covers the bond market for Bloomberg way back when you did that it was pre-coded at the company was already having some serious struggles and Had started to do things that looked like perhaps it was going to file for bankruptcy. Then of course, like the world fell apart in couvet happened and we kind of forgot about back I did stop paying attention. Yes and so now I have some updates for you I checked in on becky feeling this day was coming. Yes. Okay. So I update Hornbeck is bankrupt. Yeah. That's very sad. I actually tried not to look up Hornbeck. Did come across my screen at one point. So I, I knew it I just didn't want to know what it meant for. So I've avoided looking too much into it. I mean in a Lotta ways it's not that surprising over the last six months thousands of US companies have filed for bankruptcy. It has been a really brutal time. Yeah, and I mean. Hornbeck I remember was struggling before the covid pandemic came along already couldn't pay its debts back then yes. So hornbeck declared bankruptcy but you know even if a company declared bankruptcy, if you have a bond, you will typically get paid back in the bankruptcy settlement right at least in part. So you know we're not necessarily in terrible shape I asked Claire. Okay. Please look into this for us. Tell us what happened to Becky. So I am inert I pulled the restructuring plan out of the bankruptcy documents and they will not learn summit. Yes. Would they say give the new like like do you want the good news or the bad news because actually I think it's it's actually mostly bad unfortunately. Okay okay. But but that means there is some good

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Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:06 min | 2 months ago

Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America

"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This game is still working from home for the time being because of Kobe Ninety today, Clare, Babbit. No fonteneau joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the CEO of feeding America. The nation's largest domestic hunger relief organization feeding America provides more than four billion meals to more than forty million people across the country Clare Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the couch what thank you so much for having me. We are. You've a fascinating stories. WE'RE GONNA get into it, but I gotta ask you what we ask all guests on the show skim, your resume for us. So I have a high school in my. To griped way Harrington graduate from high school. So everything I'm going to say a list of I. So I have an undergraduate degree I've that an limb in accession I'm a lawyer by training I worked in government in big for accounting in a major law firm or one that would be Walmart in northwest Arkansas and it's now Mike to be the CEO of feeding America as you just mentioned. something that we can't Google about you. that. Had My druthers by real fantasy would've been to sing background vocals for Luther Vandross. Do. You have a good voice. No. Not, really though my kids I think they seem like it but they not. So. We're GONNA talk about how you grew up and when we usually talk about people's professional story you know obviously, we're all shaped by how he grew up in our family dynamic and you know only children verses having siblings versus just different family structures, Daniela each have one sibling, and we talk a lot about that dynamic. You have more than one sibling and I would love for you. To to share a little bit worried about that. Boy Do I. Have More than one of laying. In fact unusually, ladies will use this to warm up audience what speech I'll ask them. To sue you have they never guessed one hundred and seven dams I. Say that one more time one, hundred and seven I thought it was a Typo as we were doing prep for this one, hundred seven. So your listeners will quickly say biology must not be the only thing involved fares. At birth adoption, Bostick theorem one of one hundred kids and I love that you early on asked that question because I do think it informs everything that matters about me was shaped by that fats. That is a lot of people and I cannot imagine saying that amount. If you bar blood in my family, let alone my siblings, I really want to understand. Like what that dynamic, wise and like your parents sound like extraordinary people that were able to give to so many individuals to really provide a home for so many children I mean literally just walk us through the very tactical how many people lived in the house like how many of your siblings names do you now? Okay I'm sure I, know all by siblings. Can and it's probably the reason that I remember he'll stories more than their names now because I used of all capacity. Sensitive, it's all that I've ever known. So my parents learned of two little kids neighboring town who were suffering for mcglasson abuse. My Dad was at work in bag. My mom was working from home and she got him in the Aren Ima. Ronald. So I'd never known anything this. It's through the ice of brands that I came to realize how bizarre was. So there were never more than sixteen Abbas several living at home at the same time but there were many times when there were six of us living at home at the same and what was something really unique about our family. Of course, the numbers are big but the other thing is that I love the way you talk about family because I. I've always had a sense of what it means to be family. That feel a little different than maybe some of the conventional thoughts around what it means to be family. So family for us in order mentally we were not biologically connected. So that's not what brother or sister in our household I had a lot more brothers and sisters I have a lot more. Than I have sisters. I was rough and tumble with my brothers and my sisters we engage the Lai in activities together. And often they were outside.

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Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

"The world meteorological association says reports of a very high temperature reading in the US are legitimate Sunday in Death Valley California the temperature reached one hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit if solid dated it would be the highest temperature on earth since nineteen thirty one the measurement was at the aptly named furnace creek Claire Nellis with the world meteorological association says the disputed all time record is one hundred thirty four at the same spot in nineteen thirteen another run at a hundred and thirty degree fell from an height plus temperatures in Death Valley remains possible Randy serve any who coordinates the organization's extreme temperature team describes being in Death Valley in this kind of weather is being enveloped in a thick hot blanket of air with no relief hi Matt Donahue

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Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Death Valley's brutal 130 degrees may be record

"The world meteorological association says reports of a very high temperature reading in the US are legitimate Sunday in Death Valley California the temperature reached one hundred thirty degrees Fahrenheit if solid dated it would be the highest temperature on earth since nineteen thirty one the measurement was at the aptly named furnace creek Claire Nellis with the world meteorological association says the disputed all time record is one hundred thirty four at the same spot in nineteen thirteen another run at a hundred and thirty degree fell from an height plus temperatures in Death Valley remains possible Randy serve any who coordinates the organization's extreme temperature team describes being in Death Valley in this kind of weather is being enveloped in a thick hot blanket of air with no relief hi Matt Donahue

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Claire Shulman, Former Queens, New York City Borough President, Dies At 94

Brian Kilmeade

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Claire Shulman, Former Queens, New York City Borough President, Dies At 94

"Queens borough president Claire Shulman, has died. She was 94. Shellman served as president of the borough of Queens from 1986 to 2002. Acting Borough President Sharon Lee called showman larger than life. He said showmen had extraordinary vision and transforming the landscape of the city's largest borough

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Postal service warning states it may not be able to deliver ballots in time based on current election rules

Mark Reardon

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Postal service warning states it may not be able to deliver ballots in time based on current election rules

"Postal Service is warning several states, including crucial swing states that mail in ballots for the November election may not be delivered on time, the agency says. That's because deadline's the states have for people who request such a ballot are too close. 2 November thirds voting. Former Missouri U. S Senator Claire McCaskill says picking on the post office is a big political mistake for President Trump, she told came Alexis Hancock and Kelly that people who will suffer the most by a weekend Postal service are actually the president's supporters. If you look at Missouri, where it is most red Are the areas where the post office is most necessary, whether it's for a very small businesses. Somebody's running out their home down a rural road or whether it's getting their medicine, McCaskill contends. It's the red parts of Missouri that will quote take it in the guts over what the president's doing.

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Feeding America CEO on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting access to food

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Feeding America CEO on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting access to food

"Pandemic is wiping out some food banks. It is simply unprecedented these times and for food banks and the feeding America network. The pandemic has seen more people seeking out help. The CEO of feeding America Claire Babineaux Fontinot tells CBS this morning. The need is only going to get greater course for the next 12 months. Our estimate is that there's going to be a £17 billion meal need, she says 18 million Children could be food insecure within the next few months. Steve

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"claire" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

10:43 min | 8 months ago

"claire" Discussed on Fresh Air

"A little bit kind of loathed to admit this a little ashamed to admit this but my focus was always on making sure that I I wasn't putting the production at any risk more than myself or my baby. She's kind of insane but You Know I. I ran six miles every morning pregnant and then did you know a thirteen hour. Day was nuts and then with Rohan five years later I was filming in the first and second semester was Cyrus had been the second and third so so then. The challenge was just being exhaust. All the time and nauseous and I kept falling asleep in between takes. But I couldn't tell anybody why and my Dresser who's really lovely woman and she had crocheted bag for me and I fell asleep on this crocheted bag and I. It looked like I had third degree burns and they had to like they. Put an like a hairdryer to it. We had to wait for about twenty minutes. You know before we could film and I just thought. Oh my God do they think I have a substance abuse issue or you know I. I was really paranoid about that but I was just so exhausted and I just wanted to scream. I'm pregnant you know till yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I was just. I was superstitious about it. Even at that point But it was the kind of confusing. What's the more feminist thing to do to pretend like? I'm pregnant but I could do anything or say like I'm pregnant. And that needs to be respected much more feminine. Say I'M PREGNANT. And that needs to be respected and. I didn't have that in me at that point now. I do now that you're not pregnant. Yeah this was pre me to you know. Oh true right So you've shot the last episode What was it like to come to the end? I still feel like I'm coming to you. Know it's it's been ten years of my life. It's been eight seasons but it's been ten years and it's been formative ten years you know. I started the show as a barely married person. And I'm leaving the show as a mother of two at the last really meaningful scene I had was with. Mandy was of course a very dramatic one and I I definitely fell apart emotionally and I just remember mom getting getting talking about but just remember sort of clinging to him You know it's it's very profound what you share it. The trust that you build over that length of time and we shot the show all over the planet. I mean really and in Israel and Morocco and South Africa in Berlin It was kind of epic are really look forward to seeing how the series ends Metoo I haven't seen all the episodes. So D- what I'm excited to share. I will I tend to watch it with everybody else. I don't even know why exactly I have the means of getting a hold of the episodes. I would imagine you do. I kind of like tuning in with everybody else clear. This has been great. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. It's such a treat and an honor to talk to you. I just love you claire. Danes Stars in the Showtime Series Homeland. Which is in its eighth and final season after we take a short break. Justin Changle review the new film. Adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Emma. This is fresh air. The indicator is a little show. The tells big stories about the economy in just ten minutes. We tackle important topics like unemployment housing market and how Justin Bieber saved the Icelandic economy that happened. Npr's indicator from planet money listen now support for NPR. Also comes from whyy presenting the podcast. Eleanor amplified an adventure series. Kids love here reporter. Eleanor Atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels globe to get the big story available. Where you get podcasts. Or AT WHYY. Dot Org. There've been many film TV and theatre adaptations of Jane austen's novel Emma including the Nineteen ninety-six. Movie starring Gwyneth Paltrow. And of course clueless Amy Heckling. American teen remake with Alicia Silverstone. Film critic Justin. Chang says the new film version starring Anya Taylor. Joy is a straightforward but satisfying retailing of a literary classic. The latest adaptation of Jane. Austen's Emma is as handsome clever enrich as its famous heroin and I mean rich in the caloric sense as well. I wanted to snack on. Every PASTEL hued surface of cave. Quinn's production design which suggests nothing less than a frosted cupcake come to life a feast of Lace Bonnets and high callers gilded frames and glass chandeliers happily. All this decorative excess serves a purpose. This is the first feature from the photographer and Music Video Director Autumn to wild and while she has an obvious is for beauty. She has an equally sharp eye for the absurd. There's a touch of Wes Anderson Arches to her that it the way her camera both flat and mocks the cavernous drawing rooms and sunny meadows of the nineteen th century English village of Highbury. The Wild knows that something as simple as a symmetrically framed shot of her characters can serve as a silent punchline. Her style is an ideal marriage of visual extravagance and satirical distance speaking of ideal marriages. Emma woodhouse the twenty one year old queen. Bee of Highbury remains as irrepressible matchmaker. As ever on your Taylor. Joy The actress with the Piercing Gaze. Who came to prominence in horror movies like the witch plays her as a somewhat chillier more aloof. Heroin than sake with paltrow did but if anything that only makes it all the more moving to see. Emo is porcelain like facade crack as she realizes that her instincts as a judge of character were not as shrewd as she thought fortunately her longtime family friend. Mr Knightley is there to scold and correct her at every. Turn the actor and musician. Johnny Flynn so memorable in the psychological thriller beast brings a Scruffy Rockstar edge to the role of this impeccably well-mannered gentlemen the two of them spar furiously over the matter of Emma's friend. Harriet Smith whom? She's trying to match up with the local vicar. Mr Elton a very funny Josh Connor whom you may recognize Prince Charles on the crown but Emma's plans have a way of backfiring too late. She realizes that the Foolish Mr. Elton has fallen in love with her not. Harriet avail myself of this person's opportunity to declare sentiments was already will John. Elton get yourself ready to dive. You take me for my friend any message you have to Miss Smith Hoppy Slip Miss Smith a message. Miss Miss the whole existence never paid any attention. But that's your friend never cared with that. She would dead or alive but as your friend who who can think of this. Myth Remiss would houses may have everything said or done for many weeks has been with the sole view of making my adoration. South. The late English mystery writer. Pd James once. Wrote an essay. Championing Emma as not just a great piece of literature but also a great detective story a series of deceptions misunderstandings. So cunningly crafted that both Emma and the reader are led up the garden path by the end order is happily restored and the truth is shown to have been hiding in plain sight as Emma realizes how badly she misjudged. Everyone's romantic motivations including her own. If you've read the book or seen in earlier adaptation you won't be surprised by any of these revelations the script by the Booker Prize winning novelist. Eleanor Catton is fairly faithful to the story and no less satisfying for it. This Emma isn't audacious reinterpretation like Greta. Gerwig little women which took significant liberties with similarly beloved novel. Okay so some Austin. Purists might take issue with the early shot of Mr Knightley naked backside as a servant helps address or later seen when Emma briefly lifts her skirt to warm her rear end by the fireplace. But I liked these moments earthy humor. It's too wild way of puncturing her character's pretensions as if to remind us that their flesh and blood human beings beneath all that stately diction and period finery after the effervescent comedy of the movies. First half the second is basically one emotional knockout punch after another aided by a musical score that deftly balances Whimsey and melancholy. It helps that the wilds actors are so good at finding fresh nuances. Even in this timeless material I loved every hilarious moment of Miranda Hart's performance as Miss Bates. The village chatterbox. Who Stories Bore Emma to no end but who turns out to have the biggest heart in Highbury Mia Goff is especially loveliest the naive Europe. Lease Harry it and it should come as no surprise that the great bill nye steals every scene as Emma's endearing hypochondriac of a father. He's the perfect mascot for the movie. Impeccably dressed knowingly ridiculous. An awfully hard to resist guest in Chiang is a film critic at the L. A. Times fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our interviews and reviews produced an edited by any solid. Phyllis Myers Hamburger Lauren. Crandell Theresa Madden. Heidi Soman Mercedes Seth Kelly and challenor. I'm Terry Gross..

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"claire" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:41 min | 8 months ago

"claire" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Chose to stop acting for a time and I went to college. You said you were bullied. What were you bullied for I think I may have been a little annoying like I think I was. I was always. I always really loved learning with a very engaged student Which meant like I was what I call Udi. You know I had my hand up and was ready to give the answer and you know like I didn't quite get the memo that you were supposed to stop doing that. Especially as a girl at a certain point my best friend. We grew up together and and and she had a quota. She would only allow herself to answer three questions per class and she was the Valedictorian but nobody would ever know it. You know she. She knew how to be stealth full about it. You know so. Isn't it horrible? It's horrible but I just one. Maybe I didn't really understand it or to. Maybe I just didn't have the patience for it. I'm actually not entirely sure which was the real motivating force behind my continuing to be exactly who I was but I got punished for it. I really did. I got made fun of a lot and it. It really took a toll it was it was taxing and died left a belt. I stopped going to school less short break here. And then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is Claire Danes. She Stars in the Showtime Series Homeland. Which is now in. Its eighth and final season will be right. This is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor. Indeed when it comes to hiring you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast with indeed DOT COM. You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast accelerate your results with sponsored jobs new users can drive for free at indeed dot com slash fresh air terms conditions and quality standards apply offer valid through March. Thirty First Two thousand twenty strategy is as old as civilization itself and today it's easier to access than ever before thanks to the Internet and smartphones this week on through line. How astrology almost one extinct and made a remarkable comeback through line from NPR? The podcast? Will we go back in time to understand the present this is fresh air? And if you're just joining us. My guest is Claire Danes. She Stars in the Showtime Series Homeland. Which is in its eighth and final season so you you went to Yale And your grandfather Gibson. Danes had been the gene of art and architecture at Yale did you. He was no longer there. When you were there right. No no no no. Did you study with his friends? Had He left a mark that was still visible. Yes yes I had Well he had commissioned the architect to design the architecture building right took a lot of my classes and everybody hated that building. Yoga it was. It was often discussed How dreadful a thing. That was which was funny. I guess but yeah and my and my I took an introductory architecture class with Vincent. Scully who was my grandfather's best friend and that was really quite wonderful when when you are thirteen. Your grandfather ended his life and his wife's to by turning on the car in the garage and dying from the exhaust fumes. His wife as the way I understand it had advanced. Alzheimers you are thirteen at the time. What was your understanding of what happened. Oh I mean it was devastating. I didn't understand it. I felt abandoned and I missed him terribly and I was really mad at him. But as I've aged and matured I now have real empathy for him He just had terrible luck in life his first wife. Claire whom I'm named after my dad's mom. She died really young. She died when my dad was ten years old and then he remarried and they had another Baby my uncle mark and then she died. She got very sick and passed away and then he married his third wife. Elsa gets who he was really in love with She had a very interesting story. She was wonderful painter German Jewish woman who had fled the Holocaust and lost a lot of family To that and yeah and then in their seventies she had this terminal illness and I think he just couldn't take it to take another loss so I see that now and And I have compassion for him but at that point. I think I was too small to understand that. And I was just so fixated on my father and I thought okay. Well you lost all of these. Why but my dad has lost all of these mothers and he's still here know but it doesn't work that way. Exactly you know and I. I'm fortunate that I've kind of gone to a point where I can realize that but no. It was so sad so sad. Did your grandfather leave a note You know he left Like post it notes all over the house labeling objects that he was gonNA give to differently both really sad but you know he was really clear about it and it was the right choice for him so I think it's okay. It has to be okay right. Did he leave things for you? Yeah he left me like an ivory talcum powder container and other things but it was so specific like people are really interesting. Were so interesting so you have two children. And they're they're both pretty young and one of them was born. I think two thousand eighteen and the other earlier in the in the series Was it hard when you were pregnant? Or when you're like a new mother to go back and forth between you know being in a pregnant state or being a new mother and it was really hard getting into all the all the difficult situations that carry is always young at one point. I was pregnant with Cyrus shooting the second season. I was about seven months pregnant. It was a night shoot. We were shooting in some old sewage factory or some kind of ICKE icke place and I had been kidnapped by the body of the season. Boone is year and I was handcuffed to a pipe was four in the morning. I was so tired and I just thought like this is. I don't think this is safe. This is exactly the opposite of where I WANNA BE. Deep into my. I was probably in my. Yeah my third trimester. It was it was it was pretty crazy No no honestly I I am.

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"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:08 min | 9 months ago

"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"We would our little urine baby it would probably need to like live and that toilet might need to live in that toilet. You're right and it would be jaundice so well for sure. Okay extremely okay any who. Okay Claire Claire so the TV movie Eh. That Kristin was yes we got the name of it got the name of it the TV movie. That Kristin was an with Clare was called Polish wedding and she had braces in it but in the still that she showed me her mouth is closed used. Do you think that was a racist thing where they were like. All Polish people wear braces. Everyone in this movie has to have braces. They bad teeth. They spent all their money on braces offices. Let's a stereotype. We person had braces in real life or she had like prosthetic brace flare question. No Claire didn't Kristen. She said I had braces. Maybe you're right. Maybe that was. The character had braces because the braces. Now that I'm thinking about it I don't think she did I I wanNA say she had him for like a week. Okay well that doesn't know like they were almost perfect by any of that. They orthodontist and he goes by. I can have this fixed by Sunday with these braces. Take them on Sunday. And you're GONNA beautiful smile. What Google but instead? I'm going to ask Christians Ma okay. We have a question. Did Kristen have braces in life. And for how long and if so for. How long was it over a week? Take a but we should open up a orthodontia clinic. That's called one week orthodontia whether we could. I know I know but think how much business we would do in that first few weeks before people got wise morals. You're more oh Mike Golic the thing you sent me last time I got. I have the greatest idea you think. I can't even say it's you have to make it very clear kidding okay. So I'm I'm definitely joking plans to really do this. But we're watching the morning show Yup and loose. I'm guessing it's loosely based on Matt Lauer. Maybe they haven't said that explicitly but I would say yes okay so appears to be kind of based on Matt Lauer and evolve his indiscretions. There's no arguing. The Guy Guy was incredibly good at that job. Right and Bill o'riley even though I can't I never watched the show on my politics are opposite tremendous at that job. He was number one in the ratings for every year on that network so anyways I was starting about launching a a network called canceled canceled network or cancelled TV. And it's just just all these guys that have been canceled and You know I think people in public would be like I hate that person but then at home they would probably watch it 'cause they would think no one's looking at them down. It was really an explanation of the difference between public and private. Sure sure. And that's Joe. That's a big. That's a big big jokey. Okay yeah but I do think it would be very successful. I don't I'm not saying of want it to be successful. I think it would be very successful. I really don't I don't know no I don't think they'd have a percentage of people who would like it. But do I think it'd be a popular. No and then you use UMEDA you. You came over the top because I was saying lower and Bill o'riley which I don't think either was accused of forcing anyone against their will. Rampant abuses uses a power. But I don't think there's any rape allegations right but then you came over the top and said you could have Weinstein do like a movie of the week to be nice. Ah He's he's well. I had a feeling so actually. That's why I said I was wondering what you were going to say. You didn't respond to me for the rest of the night But in the show told me but I wondered what your response is going to be because I thought maybe you were going to say something like that like. That's not the same thing but it's close to the same. It's the same thing you're right. It is you're right. It's the same thing and there's a gradient yes there is but I say no because I'm always saying that in the more I'm like watching some of this actually the I finished the morning morning show last night. Okay and Steve. I love your on in a mess. That's what that's what mom said about you so you last night she said Oh my God Monica to change your pants five times over. How good Steve Corral? Everyone's jealous of Steve Corral. 'cause I talk about. I'm AH. He's the new Gene Cornell. Yeah but anyways so good but I'm watching this whole thing and I'm just like yeah. It's horrible level these these abuses of power in the chain of power. And it's really bad and sure so technically he didn't rape anyone. I'm only drawing the distinction between consensual sex and nonconcern sensual now but I think the line is a little more blurry than have traditionally additionally given it credit. I think you're probably right. I'm seeing this because I'm listening to catch and kill Romans podcast which is really good in reading his book as well which is also really really really good and when you start hearing the accounts from a lot of the people like rose McGowan account all the like. She's being touched out of nowhere aware right and so it's just like you're catching up. Your brain is trying to catch up to what's going on and then it's evaluating all the ramifications ends career and or otherwise and so by the time you could even launch maybe a game plan your pretty deep into an assault. Yeah exactly and so. I definitely underestimate how much of what could have appeared to look like consent. Exact isn't exactly which is another. Great Chapter of Malcolm's book is the complexities of consent. He's like number one. One of the biggest challenges is how can you even educate educate people in college about consent. When there's no consensus on what consent is is it nodding? Yes is it. Removing Your own club like polling all these people on anything constitutes can sense in. There's just no consensus around. That is like you don't even really know what marching orders to give everyone. It's it's such a complicated topic. Sh Okay baby baby. What are we going to name our baby consent? uh-huh I think we should name him or her baby she Hungary p Baby. He might not like that was she won't know that lightly but also she'll just assume that everyone was born in a toilet that's nice for her. Although appear baby you know could have both par- oh Oh Binger in a little rock doc hermaphrodite. Yeah Hermaphrodite why I learned in anthro. There's really only been I think one or two in history rally because part of the definition is that both sex organs have to function so quite often. Come like you'll see. There's all kinds of things that could happen in the womb during the development where something was interrupted erupted then it came back online so you can have women with Vagina. That appears almost like a penis on topical tauruses breath not really but you know there's been cases that were filed as from Aphrodite. But they're not. They don't have functioning sex organs this. There's approximately seven hundred worldwide. I don't believe that characterized by the presence of both ovarian intestinal tissues tissues or one or both gone ads. Okay but all right so I think at least in my anthro class. They had to be functioning. We not just present they call this true Hermaphrodite. Okay look at this. I just claimed I love being my mind chain. So so thank you rob. It doesn't feel as fun when you do. It is when sorry please. So she said Claire. Now we're talking back to not. PB Okay okay. Back to Claire so so at some point you are required to be an an artist. I didn't want to make her eat up. Time explaining the history that to me but I I was like I didn't know that I had no idea. It says the artist in resident president. Zoning Law was passed in nineteen seventy one to allow for the conversion of two hundred commercial lofts to residential use on the condition that each contained a certified artist. West Soho and no-ho essentially zoned for quote joint living working spaces so that these properties would be uplands to any non certified artists for for years was widely ignored as agencies like the Department of buildings concentrated their efforts on matters more pressing than carving out affordable spaces for artists to live holy one become certified as an artist. I wonder I know. Why aren't I certified? Should we explore this figure out the process. I want to get some dirt. Cheap square footage in Manhattan. Yes so Ho- so yeah. I was living in New York. I'd probably WanNa live there live in the West village. The West village. Yeah it's hard to pick one or the other burgers are over there in the West Villi hungry. Now but emily's is in Brooklyn. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Well there's an emily's in the West village are it's not our emily's it's beautiful. It's the same emily's in all the burgers are a little bit different at each assocation. So ours was Brooklyn. We'll eat there again. Maybe we'll bring her baby. They're traveling with her. Is GonNa be hard. I will say it's going to be her grandma or her mom no. She won't be her mom because I guess you'd be Komo but doesn't feel super complimentary. Does it well. I don't know what to say. Hey that's just the truth of the world is not in there I put. I'm not convinced that she won't go pee in there before our babies maze wolverton singularly. Well we'll know yeah. Okay so her mom. Aw Oh yeah. Her mom had a daycare and that just reminded me no. My hot grandma had a daycare. Oh Yeah I would. I have loved one of the DADS. Drop the baby off. uh-huh nope your grandma. PP babies there. But I would spend summers with them and so I was always around all these little kids and I was really jealous you were yeah Oh yeah. I did grandma's attention. Yeah and then like when my mom would. Sometimes I'd spend the whole summer. My mom would be there for like a week or two and then my mom would play with some of these kids and I did not like that and then my aunt would sometimes come in and also be nice like read us both a story and I was like no my aunt. Yes do you think from being an only child for eight years yeah probably. I wanted a sibling so bad. You think you're going to have a strong streak of jealousy in your next relationship. Maybe I I hope not. Maybe the now I mean I'll try not to work on it. I'm just curious. How do I know I can't predict? Ah No but you have like a hunch. Maybe based on the babies playing with grandma your well being okay look people evolve okay. I do think so when when you're born second like your your whole world view is you gotTa share them with this kid. It's just you you're forced to practice sharing yeah in defining love not including exclusivity. Exactly that is no is no one's fault I would say my brother is much more like you. Just because he too two had five years without me. Yeah that's true. I mean I guess if I feel safe by the person I probably won't feel jealous right but I probably we didn't feel safe with my mom or your beautiful Gaga. I'm kidding I feel like it's brand for your dog to have had a daycare I'll really yeah. Well I'm going to all the stereotypical Indian immigrant stuff and I think like engineering medical. All these different things dairy McQueen I never Child not my grandma's age women were not doing that. Women were housewives right or housewife. She was a housewife but then also ran a daycare. Okay was it profitable. She charged a good living. No right they saved a bunch of money and they were very frugal..

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"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Okay. Okay and now. My favorite labor part of the show the fact check with my soul mate. Monica Pacman Monica Pan. Hi there was going to be more. It seemed like there was going to be a little more. Of course it was. It sounded like there was a statement that was gonNA fall but there was but I was really just thinking about the effect that we wrote to the Addict Day which is always a great start for my day. Just want to throw that out last night and I do worry when you live across the street I guess I could just walk over to your house and then walk you hear well. Yeah that might be fun ritual so we won't ever have to travel. That's live where we were. We can walk doc from your house to the attic. Three steps so exciting. Yeah so I mean we should tell the armchairs. 'CAUSE I mean not to like bring it down down another going to be sad about this but eventually our attic that we're in right now is GONNA get demolish it's gonna be dust and ash but it's GonNa be a wild. You know that part. We cannot get a permit for that thing. I'm trying to build. It's just not happening. Well I mean great for the Mo Jo of of this ad but bad for like I need to exercise and that's where my exercise equipment is supposed to go this huge garage. There's there's no designated place in our new house. The basement right well. That's kind of what I've been pushing Belfour so in our current house with a basement. That's where all my gear is right. Rip Rip gear. Heavy things are that I lift up and sat down so I said look on. I know the basement of the new houses of theater room. But it's going to probably doubly after Jim for a year. She did not like that she was like put it in my office. I can't fit all that crap in your office also have an office. She thinks no. And I'm like I can't go a year without working. How commit suicide in the backyard? Oh my God don't say that. Oh my God by the way. Can we talk about suicide. Sure I mean I know this is going to be a weirdly encouraging take on suicide. Oh goodness okay for real as I get deeper into glad. Wells book I just want you to read it so bad I will this motherfucker. The things he tackles he's so fearless. So it's talking about. Oh the famous poet Dickens no but you're in the right world only play Kingston why why plath Sylvia plath Sylvia plath breath so she killed herself in England and what she did was put her head in the oven and turned on the gas and at that time every every single house in London burned type of fuel called town gas out the not natural guests that we now use so tom guests. Was this kind of dirty mix of all these different gases but you could kill yourself quite easily with it. So when all of London had town gas the number one killer of people was town gas was people committing suicide with town gas because it was very easy to do and so the traditional thinking on suicide was like well. If you get rid of town gas gas people just find another way to kill themselves. And that's what I thought going into this chapter. And that's called the displacement theory that okay. Yeah if you took away guns then people would just use knives or whatever but the work of a certain sociologist or psychologist started investigating and realized that there's a strong coupling aspect back to suicide so it's not just that someone's on a war path to kill themselves. It's that they have to think about it. And then the situation is right and in and so what happened was when they switched over to natural gas. The suicide rate did dramatically drop. It didn't just move over to another method fit. And then he goes into the folks who have jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge which I think is like fifteen hundred at this point. It's the most of any structure in the world. The most people kill themselves and there's always been these movements to put up barriers. So people couldn't do it but then the argument was we'll know they'll just jump off something else we're going to spend all these millions on these barriers and there's GonNa jump off something else so why not put it into healthcare or something or some prevention which again. I would've probably bought into that theory but one of these people did is investigated of the. I want to say it was like maybe five hundred people who had been interrupted in their attempt to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge over seventy years. A person win interviewed all those people that had been interrupted in only twenty five of the five hundred ended up killing them. So how yes. Isn't that so again. Trusting suicide is one of the hottest topics For me I get very anxious during that kind of conversation. No I used to have when I had a really bad anxiety. I used to feel like I was not suicidal. Oh but I felt like all of a sudden I was I was just GonNa look down and I will have done it like it will have happened to me which is not what happens by glad I was. Yeah so I had a lot of anxiety around suicide. Yeah but I think that's really profound and and sorry. I mean not to be political but this twenty thousand people a year he'll themselves with a handgun in the US now. Look I'm a gun owner I just I WANNA be dead on us about that. I own guns I also if there was a button on the wall I can push and there's no guns in America I would push that button and one second so I very complicated relationship with it. I don't like them Munaf that I would want one kid in a school. Getting shot over my loving of them again. I know it's much deeper than that for people. And it's a constitutional right and all this stuff so I'm not even going to get into the weeds on that. I'm only going to say the data. He gave us that. It would appear that it would cut at least ten thousand deaths a year off because because this coupling mechanism is so strong. Just it's amazing. That's why I'm so drawn to everything. He writes almost every chapter. I enter with the exact mindset that most people have some opposite way of thinking about it. That's substantiated data. I Love I love heavy. My opinion change change. It's so rare non for you in general in life. It's hard for me to do that. But I'm giving you a compliment but I find it very Byu for inducing like as I was driving home from work yesterday listening to it and I was just like all all tator a little baby boy in a toilet bowl of stew. We tell people that we think we might be having a baby. Sure I WANNA I. Don't WanNa start the rumor mill but I used Monica's toilet at her new house which is a non-functioning house and what I did. Is I flush toilet and flush properly and I was like oh the water still on great then a whizzed then I hit the flusher again. oop sees no water in there now. So and then I came to you and it's like I've commode and I got I'm going to have to bring over a five gallon bucket of water and flush Jeff. We'll we'll get to it and then you were there like a couple of days after and and You were GonNa pee your pants and on top of my I did. I don't WanNa put in another toilet because that would just be multiple things so appear on top of your P. and it's all still there. This is weeks ago bears fours and we think that maybe the a mixture of the Pe- a life of growing we don't know we don't know maybe Malcolm Gladys could weigh in on how many broth babies historically how many bras. Let's be reserved. I think this would be so exciting though if we went over there into win over there with the five gallon water bucket and then we heard my dad that there is a little yellow baby down there really love I love it..

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"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

06:53 min | 9 months ago

"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"The wedding. Were many many guys. He's trying to court you well. I was very deeply involved with a guy called Ben Lee. We were like living together. No he's still Bentley. He lives in La. Now you said called. Oh no Chris. He's no no he's Australian and also my husband's English you say he's not named Bentley's called Finley. So I've I've appropriated that affected in annoying but it's yeah I hear from our American. Forgive us it should be called anyway. Sorry anyway so I was like not going to college and for that reason I was there to learn. I was Nerdier than any kid in that school which was ridiculous because there were a a lot of sure did really attracts nerds. We Love Yeah. Got Him so jealous unique. Where you'd be files were obsessed with? Didn't finish I went for two years and I you know. So that's all I got but I feel like her two years at yells more impressive than our clinicians. Yeah you graduate. Well you win. No I don't think so. Yeah what did you major in. Well I didn't have to major because I only went for two years but you were going to get psychology. I was but then I realized that what I meant by psychology. Oh Gee was in fact English because I was frustrated by psychology ultimately. It's also like a baby field jour-jour Dan hundred. It was asserting itself as empirical in some ways yes as scientifically driven and oriented and. I didn't didn't think that was true. I remember I took some class. where abnormal psych or something and we had to write an essay every week and there was some controversial subject that we had to say was either good or bad and every week I would say well the data's inconclusive? I just don't think think we can say and I would get penalized. I'd get punished for it and I thought this is. I know like we can manipulate these numbers. Anyway we choose and do you know I would imagine engine your you know a ton about psychology at this point I from having an interest in it as a kid and then also plane someone. That's bipolar but you know the whole history of the DSM. And how it came Abou- wow now tell me tell me so. They're all forget the name would say in the fact check. There was an English guy who came to America specifically specifically to expose how bad the state of psychiatry was and the. US In what he did is he deployed like six or eight people and they had to go into to a clinic and all they were allowed to say as I hear the sound thump in my head and then once they were admitted they could only tell the truth so the only lie was I hear the sound thump in my head and these were generally people participating where other students and whatnot and they got a myriad of diagnoses right like Schizophrenic just a huge barrage of different very very serious mental health elements and then he published this and the whole community. The American psychology associates. What they said well we need to do something about this right so they decided to come up with a standardized tests which became the DSM and the DSM is a questionnaire or that a computer can read until you basically what you have? But one of the fall outs of like say the first. DSM is if you give it to people what you find is that probably eighty eighty percent of the country has a mental illness so their conclusion was either will mental illnesses pandemic or DSM isn't really getting us what we want. There's now been several iterations. I don't take a position on it but it's a fascinating history but there was one psychologist. Who really took umbrage with what this guy did? And he said and I wanna see but I always say that. He worked at Johns Hopkins but he said send me somebody a fake to the clinic and I will tell you who the fake is and he. He agreed to this and they said at some point in the next month I'll send one in in at the end of the month. Johns Hopkins Guy said it's this person he said I didn't send anybody Eddie. So it's Kinda like his double trick sending. Yeah there's a fascinating documentary about it. Yeah but at any rate so you were like this might be We might be still early in this sophomore. And Yeah I mean as I said I have a disproportionate number of therapists to friends as well and I strongly believe in therapy. I I love the therapy. Yeah Yeah I love it. You started young. Yeah yes what six six six. I am a New Yorker so right. It's kind of a narrative rob them. We went to therapy. I saw ghosts and and I think I was also I was developing sort of OCD patterns but there was a Gargoyles who lived on our pipes and our loft and would would make me do things. Like maintain a contorted position for twenty minutes. At a time I couldn't take a shower alone because demons were coming out of the shower head and it got pretty extreme. That's a lot to joke. Yeah and so my mom took me to get in and he helped me work through that. Okay so what's really interesting is when when Monica suggested that you had maybe been drawn to acting because you wanted a thing of your own. I was wondering if you were drawn to acting because you have total. Oh No Control C. I don't know I think that it doesn't come for more. Like a PAL AJI. I don't I don't think it it comes from the meeting. A need that should have been met in life and that wasn't being met or something. I was just a really keen close avid hungry angry observer And I just really always was deeply deeply interested in human beings and I had no patience for cartoons when I was a kid. I DIDN'T WANNA waste my time with an abstract image. I wanted to look at actors in real space in time and I got really lost in those details. Honest to God. My first memory of acting was when I was about three it must have been three and and I was pre nursery school. There was an Indian American woman slow. Who's our teacher who I loved and it was naptime and I was always a really bad napper? I'm still a bad napper ver- very good girl. I am still a very and so I was pretending to sleep and I had. I remembered that my mom twitched in her sleep and so I was. I was doing that. I don't remember thinking like ooh that was really subtle.

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"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:09 min | 9 months ago

"claire" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Just really cool right having not seen Arthur yeah. He was a short English gentleman. Yes and was he you. He was very charming. He had a hard time remembering his lines. I I don't know if it's because he was very drunk. He wore lifts. He had at a grand piano in his dressing room so cool and he played it all the time really and he was very warm and and in by. Yeah probably I didn't know but it was absurd. Okay my so called life. You are thirteen when you got it. I was thirteen. Did the pilot did not get picked up. Oh I I went back to high school. I went to high school and then like a month in my first semester. They said Oh wait. No we are going to pick it up. and and we shot nineteen episodes and then it was cancelled so we didn't even get to the end of the first season which is kind of crazy considering how well known that. Show because it bran Dan. I had a few after lives on different. Networks put it kind of was Kinda was and then but it was picked up by MTV which played it on Moore. I saw so it seemed like it went on for longer. It didn't so you were fourteen when you shot about the serious okay. So you're fourteen and you guys who moved to Santa Monica the whole gang. Well my brother was as I said was seven years older so he was in college at this point He was at a religion and twenty one. Monica and my dad's business happened to fold and my mom was ready to do something else so it kind of worked out well for our family but we were so green. We didn't know what was going on and we arrived literally the day after those massive earthquakes north of ninety four. The Northridge Earthquakes Wchs literally the day after which was just too potent of a metaphor. So we've experienced all these aftershocks and everybody was Ashen and I mean everybody was just traumatized. And we're like hi. Yes so it was. It was a strange way to arrive. That's that's really bizarre. Because I chew landed in Santa Barbara at the day after even Santa Barbara Felton after yes quite significant significant. Yeah yeah I mean I kind of this is a little bit like the subway rumbling. I remember my dad was really defiant sprawl out on the couch like he's going to take it on I. My mom were hovering under the you know in the doorway or whatever like we were told to. was there one of your two parents that you were more likely to bro out with they. Both did they both put in way too many hours driving around with their math guy. Yeah my parents still are in Santa. Monica Korea never left so my mom went back to art school to Grad School. A place called Otis in their fifties and now it's amazing. They live in a little a bungalow plot of land and my dad built there to studios and they make art in the backyard and they shot. So it's it's full circle have a year in the backyard where day. It's really fun is a comfortable in the Earth's great good. Your son loves it. Yes he doesn't stay in the year. We saw aw stays right next to GRANDPA and crawls into bed with him and gets to like do everything he's not supposed to do the greatest part Karameh videos so that show being very young. Did you feel confident doing that. Or did you feel overwhelmed. Or what was the experience that blows it helped in some ways that I was as clueless as I was but I also felt like you know. I had done a few movie of the weeks. I'd done a lot of student films before that You know so. There's part of me I was like I got this and then there was part of me that was like I do not data. Ah which is how I still feel to this day and I was like being tutored on set that was also really weird. Going back to high school will and making sense of those. Two identities was stressful. I don't miss that right. Is it true that you had your first real life kiss on that show or is that not true. That's it's not true but it is true that it was a more involved kiss the night ever had and there were stage directions at said I was supposed to kiss Jordan Catalonia's on his face like apart like not his lips. Okay and I didn't understand I still don't you say what does that mean. His chain like what jared had to explain that to me and he was twenty one which is very embarrassing. I just want to just talk about the real life dynamic you being gene fourteen minutes twenty one I think currently in the current climate is that even allowed a twenty one year olds fourteen year. So it's still cool. I guess okay. I don't I don't have a position on just turned. Imagine like my daughter's getting into acting and then like my first visit cassette. I'm meet fucking Mike Who's twenty two and has an apartment and stuff he's like looking forward to making Delta today I just I'm very pro sex. Excellent just the age gap would really talking seven years. Yeah did you think he was the cutest person alive. He was very attractive. He's actively ECZEMA commercials at that point. That was a high bar. What's her name with? The curly hair was in them. Oh I know who you're talking about heart ice ice Rebecca Jane. Yes I mean I was in love with someone from a commercial very high and so so if he was in Anoxia. That's the pinnacle. Yeah so did you have a real life crush on him or was he too terrified right. It was very fraternal attornal. Like Like and he was actually pretty protective of me. I think I made it clear to. Yeah it from the beginning that this was kind of it. Wasn't that kind of working. Yeah but he took me to my fourteen year old. That was fourteen. I was truly forty. He took you to a nightclub now he he did cut. I wanted to be the what you call room with skewed. No Viper has the viper room with something like that or sure. But I remember Leo. Is There Stephen. DORF was was there. Leo Stephen Thing on the whole Oh and they were they were not well no it was A. He's at that table able. He's at that table. I remember that that is so fun. Yeah that drama. That is so great. So were you sad when it got cancelled cancelled. Yeah but I felt kinda jerked around by the show because it had not gotten picked up and then they'd get picked up and we were cancelled before we even finished. I just was like new boundaries. You're like I don't WanNa play this. I don't know I. It was stressful. It was stressful. My heart had been broken a couple of times so at that point I was a bit calloused. I think so. Did it help that. You got nominated for an emmy for that and that was just very surprising. First job as a league. I was just so dizzy from it all into both parents. Take you to themis or one or the other or did you. WHO's your dates number? Who My date was? I remember going to the Oscars with my dad when I presented when I was like like seventeen or something and Muhammad Ali was sitting in front of us and he was Louisiana Shit being pleased. I could give that to him. You know yeah so you got nominated even on the show got cancelled in all kinds of things start opening up right. So what is little women I after that was first. Yep Yep so I did that straight after my so called life. Have you seen the new one. I haven't I really want to and I heard it's great now I I'm a big Greta. GERWIG fan I was trying to imagine. Imagine how I would feel about having been in a movie. That was remade and I feel like probably good. You make little women you assume yeah like if the star wars cast was furious talking about making this is my classic it off this centuries old masterpiece and but the big thing and certainly the first time I became abundantly aware of you because as I had not watched that show when it aired was Romeo and Juliet. How do you end up getting that job? What were your thoughts as you mentioned a lot? Did you know who Leonardo di Caprio at the. Yeah no no. I was a big Leo fat. Okay great starting with what's eating Gilbert grape. I like what was before. He was in the Tobias Wolff Book. Always this boy's life boy's life Wolf. Yeah this is life man and from from that point on basketball diaries oh he was amazing. It was unreal real in that. Yeah I was mad mad impressed by his skills with a Z. Yeah I guess I just remember auditioning a lot and then finally auditioned with him and Mitt work to you. Kept your shit together. Yeah and Baz wanted to make as alive and fresh and accessible version of that story as he could tell and my sensibility crime suited that interpretation and I think Leo and my acting styles were sympathetic. Oh yeah you're seventeen. And he was twenty one is that I was sixteen and he was twenty one. I turned seventeen when we filmed did you. I'm having a memory that was shot in Mexico City or some very good. It was yes okay so to go to Mexico City any in now you have like a hotel room and You're in a foreign city creatively. I was just in heaven. You could also drink when you're seventeen in Mexico. I'm not asking. I drank like twice on that movie around because I was a kid. I didn't really. I wasn't really practiced at this. Okay yeah there was one time when I got too to drunk. I didn't get drunk again. Okay I was a child really. I was not a drinker but not I mean a lot of people at that age went to Cancun on spring. Break at sixteen and I drink all the stuff that was really. Yeah no I think I was too busy working and I didn't know oh how to be a drinker. I just want you to know because I would hate for you to think that I only female guesses male guests to WANNA know so bad if they fell in love with the person they worked with. I would've fallen in love with him. I was so I think smitten with him as an actor. Then I think it was crunchy for sure but it was also a little a bit like the jared th like. That was just never going to happen right. Like I didn't like the drinking like I didn't know how to to go about that. And he was already in the business for like eight years. He's probably seen having a good time and we're really different people right. I mean I remember at at one point he just was so frustrated. And said how can you be so still I said can you be so active the like as a very kind of frenetic energy and I am not you know that I can be like like really focused and I guess on satis specially like very centered. Do People read that. Is You being friendly or I think they can. They can read it that way. I've never mean to communicate that right and sometimes I worry about it being a lead actor and I think I should be setting the tone for performance give I mean I think I probably would do set the tone by default. That's just the tone I said but I think there is real value in having the number one call sheet person be more gregarious and a like a morale captain. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And I don't know I don't like like naturally excel at that but I really want to be in a healthy environment and I want to be decent and expect decency around me and stuff so I think that is a good thing that can radiate but yeah yeah but but I'm in some conflict about that like Oh God. I should be better at being the cheerleader. Yeah right and when when that movie you must've been delighted with how it turned out right. It was Oslo and done before that. That was certainly the the first ballroom. Oh right he here's a real genius and an tour and has this kind of incredibly comprehensive fantastic understanding of not only the story but like doc the world..

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"claire" Discussed on Jane The Ripper

Jane The Ripper

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"claire" Discussed on Jane The Ripper

"And that's all go that better. I keep them waiting. Oh Davis yes MR smiling. You know you could call Richard Okay. Richard after spending the morning catching up on emails returning calls. Claire Settles into her comfortable. If NOT MUNDANE ROUTINE. She goes through her open. Claims and verifies their status. She makes any needed adjustments and moves onto the next case she repeats. This endlessly the only chance for variety and her day is when a client happens to call good afternoon. This is Claire Davis whilst in Davis Insurance. How can I help you? Claire if Miss Hawking's I Miss Hawkins how are things going? Actually that's why I'm calling. The check hasn't come through to the body shop yet. No that's not right. I submitted check last week. I'll pull up the claim and take a look. It looks like the check was only approved this morning. How to get to the shop should have it tomorrow. Miss Hawkins. I'm so sorry about the delay. I hope it didn't cause you too much trouble. I missed shift at work today. But that's not your fault Clare. You've been such a help throughout this whole process. Thank you you call me if anything else comes up right. You look pissed. What's up. Good Old Dick? Smalley waited until the start of the new quarter today to approve Hawkins. Pay Out for her truck. I thought you cemented that claim. Last week I did at poor lady had to miss a shifted her job so the Dick can make sure his numbers look good. Oh his so sleazy. I swear one of these days I will tell him off properly. He can't treat people like shit. Show there someone needs to go back to yoga. I'm not trying yoga again. If I'M GONNA pay to be told to relax I'll get a massage. And they had the heat cranked on purpose. No thank you signed up for a hot yoga class. What did you expect tight? Didn't think about how many sweaty people there would be. That's for sure anyway. So I have dinner plans with Steve Tonight. You gone on that many dates with someone in a while looking at you go. He's pretty good looking and he's sweet. He's not the most exciting of guys though. He works in it and talks about how he works in it a lot. It's not the most fun to listen to. I don't know Claire. We both were GONNA insurance claims for the excitement in that here not wrong. He's just so happy at his job. I I can't relate it all I'm going to do more than this like what no something. Let me know when you figure that out. I could use a new gig to thanks a lot. I'll see you tomorrow.

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"claire" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"claire" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"claire" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"claire" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"claire" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"claire" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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"claire" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"claire" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Claire i o f o licht what that person joining as he is certainly larry that is going like this wasn't like the most win in weekend in la hillary's dan of man other ucla for both of us we i don't care about yard on some little gary i count the relevant once relevant once the bill may i may start since you've got the hat on star with the dodgers i want to go to a two hour mild kershaw was that a solid outing a bad outing no at all they need all the devil county so then and so then let me ask you so then have we lowered the expectation your specifically hit earlier you know what what your watch the bullpen as human rights or your hot afraid if there is a runner on like like dave roberts did you not afraid to pinch it for kirch i don't think you're gonna see any dodgers pitching passed the sixth leading cause of blindness soga he's pulling him and he's not either hesitate like i don't care if you're kershaw show arcarons twothirds were pinchhitting for you because there's runner on sale your managing like and he is i'll tell you what he's managing impeccably i said yeah i don't i don't mean to brag but i'm going to brag there's every single thing he did i thought he should do along the way and i was watching that game bullets as xi managerial opening right is there any assessment magna theory opening yeah and i'll tell you last night to be at dodger stadium when that happened to live there is something so amazing about being in the complete strangers hugging each other and the muddy standing on their seats in the longest most sustained ovation i have never heard it came in waves and nobody left member gets in there were tail lights there right no tell last night everybody was there as was three again magic it feels like they got some going on my right now they're they're they're undefeated do it in an assortment of ways you talk about justin turner in and being able to do so we haven't seen what twenty nine years yeah i just gave this style you can uses.

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"claire" Discussed on Strangers

Strangers

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"claire" Discussed on Strangers

"I want to thank both grandma and clear for sharing their story from i was very nervous about it but she agreed to do it because she said she do anything for clair and if he could help someone else who is a victim of abuse that would make it all worth it to her claire had some concerns of our own two that she hoped i would share on her behalf for one she water to order now that she is aware what she calls her privilege being white and cute and a good student to whistle lucky enough to have women along the way pike her high school nurse and her caseworker and of course her grandmother who believed her and went out of their way to support her and fought hard to get her into a stellar treatment facility and she is mindful that there are many girls and women out there who may not have such support or such privilege and this time she says for all of us to stick up for them amen and i would like to add that as much as claire may have had some support there are also aspects of our story that we didn't cover where teachers and officials and other adults were shockingly willing to overlook obvious indications of abuse or to sweep them under the rug and if that was the case for claire you know it's a problem for others plus final concern was that grandma might be criticized for not intervening more forcefully when claire in her brother were younger and clear would like everyone to understand how cutting her dad was how hard it was for grandma to get the full picture especially for the first twelve years have clair's life which he wasn't close by and she wants you to now that grandma was our savior and stood by her every step of the way as the full picture tip became apparent self as promised on passing out on.

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"claire" Discussed on Strangers

Strangers

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"claire" Discussed on Strangers

"Now these are obviously very serious allegations and i decided to typec what i could find out about this claire also began digging up files and we started calling people and requesting records and since i was going to talk to grandma my first step was to ask her what do you remember about what happened when she died oh that is he was working on a job at a state and he had to go a particular route and her body was discovered out in the desert just like a mile offer the route that he took to get to his outlying job and uh that was not an area that i ever knew of her being in at all and i have always felt in my heart that he beat her to death i think they got into an argument and that's that's my personal opinion i can't prove it but i i really do think that's what happen this is your son this is my son and it's still very difficult because i do love him i just can't be around him i just i can't lose ganim.

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"claire" Discussed on Strangers

Strangers

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"claire" Discussed on Strangers

"Then the investigators pass claire if she could start calling her dad and taping the phone calls while trying to get him to incriminate himself on the phone i remember sitting in that bedroom and feeling like a spent hours on the phone talking to my dad and him dislike destroying me mentally and emotionally but don ever admitting than anything like he's not stupid and he's paranoid enough and of course he knows what's happening and i remember this investigator to like it was so clear he thought my dad was the cool guy because my dad was so good at fronting that i remember the couple times i interactive this investigator him being dislike yeah be dad seems pretty seen sounds like you guys just don't get along lake he definitely with them lay ally and i just grew more depressed i curse total mess but his point ed developed and eating disorder i loved the things about my life i loved my activities it every day was a struggle i started putting myself at that time the family that are staying with how handgun there is this one time where i found the handgun and they took it into a room in a shallow doors when i held it in my mouth and i wanted tissue myself and i didn't because in that moment i was thinking about choir and swimming in my friends and all the people that i loved at the same time but i just that was really what i felt like every day just totally torn between these things about life that i found totally joyous and then all the other horrible things that were happening.

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