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Ohio town offers to take unwanted statues from other cities
"Columbus and other historical figures like George Washington are being toppled across the U. S. But there's a place in Ohio that says it will take in all unwanted statues. Cameron Fairchild has the story. Newton Falls Northwest of Youngstown is now a Statuary Sanctuary City Thanks to a proclamation from city manager David Lynch. Lynch is order means statues being dumped by other cities are welcome in Newton Falls. A general amnesty is in effect for Columbus, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln Star Spangled Banner writer Francis Scott Key is also covered under the amnesty order. Cameron
Fresh update on "lynch" discussed on The Jersey Joe Show
"These budget, and last month the NYPD 600 member anti crime unit disbanded all in the name of police reform, and you can count President Trump among those who have noticed the spike in shootings in the city. Late today, the president tweeting that New Yorkers are demanding that Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio act now and saying the federal government is willing and able to help if asked. Trump also mentioning Chicago, which so far this holiday weekend is seen 72 people shot, including 13 who died. Well. Statues of Christopher Columbus and other historical figures like George Washington are being toppled across the U. S. But there's a place in Ohio that says it will take in all unwanted statues. Cameron Fairchild has the story. Newton Falls Northwest of Youngstown is now a Statuary Sanctuary City Thanks to a proclamation from city manager David Lynch. Lynch is order means statues being dumped by other cities are welcome in Newton Falls. A general amnesty is in effect for Columbus, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln Star Spangled Banner writer Francis Scott Key is also covered under the amnesty order. Cameron Fairchild, NBC NEWS RADIO New York City is preparing for Phase three of the reopening process tomorrow, but without indoor dining Governor Cuomo pulling the plug on that plan after seeing the spike.
3 Aurora Police Officers Fired Over Elijah McClain Photo
"Aurora, Colorado police officers for mocking last year's death of a black man in police custody. 23 year old Elijah McClain was killed last summer after police used a choke hold on him. He'd been walking home from a convenience store. Three officers later posed for pictures near a memorial from acclaim, smiling, imitating a choke hold. Now. Interim Aurora Police chief Vanessa Wilson says two of the three officers are being fired. The third resigned. Another officer who laughed when he got the picture and was one of McClane's arresting officers has been fired as well. Claims. Mother's attorney Martin Newman says this is like the Jim Crow South, where White's the promises thought that it was amusing to take pictures of themselves next to the bodies of lynch human beings. She says she anticipates filing a civil rights lawsuit boxes.
What Was the Tulsa Race Massacre?
"In Tulsa Oklahoma, a group of scientists and historians is on the verge of unearthing chunk of the city's past that has long been buried and one. Some people may prefer to keep that way. It's a potential mass grave from worst single incident of interracial violence in American history. Beginning may thirty first in nineteen twenty one thousands of armed white. Tulsen's invaded black section of the booming oil town, terrorizing its residence looting, their homes and businesses and burning to the ground, some thirty five square blocks of the city. Before the rampage was over more than ten thousand black people were left homeless, and more than six thousand were turned in camps where they'd stay in some cases for months. We spoke with Scott, Ellsworth, a native Tulsa and a professor of African American history at the University of Michigan. Ellsworth is the author of the Nineteen Eighty two book death in a Promised Land, one of the first books to take a comprehensive historical look at the Tulsa race massacre previously mystically called the Tulsa race riot of nineteen twenty one. He said to this day. We don't know how many died. Reasonable estimates range from I would say forty to his high as three hundred. When the unmarked suspected mass grave and a Tulsa cemetery is excavated in July of two thousand twenty. It may provide a few answers to exactly what happened over those two days and nineteen twenty one. It will be for many a literal. Reopening of a wound festered within the city for nearly a century. The Tulsa massacre of nineteen twenty one did not a word often used to describe such events erupt. The city simply reached. What now seems an inevitable breaking point? In early nineteen, twenty one tulsa was awash cash from the oil boom. The good fortune reached into the north section of the city, mostly populated by black Americans. That later to be known as the Black Wall Street contained one hundred ninety one businesses, including hotels feed store, a roller rink cleaners, mom and pop stores and restaurants plus offices for doctors, dentists and lawyers. The area had at least five churches to a library movie theater and a hospital. Like the rest of the city at that time, the black area also known as Greenwood had its problems alcohol, even under prohibition was readily available. Illegal drugs were easy to find to. As we're gambling and prostitution the whole city, not just greenwood struggled with crime end with lawless punishment less than a year before a white teenager, accused of murder, was taken from jail cell and lynched by a white mob. The police did little to protect him. And Racial Violence against black people was commonplace, even though thousands of black Americans had just returned from fighting in World War. One Jim Crow Laws and pervasive racist attitudes meant that equality remained nothing more than a dream for black Americans and many white Americans. Wanted to keep it that way. Ellsworth route and in two thousand one report commissioned by the State of Oklahoma on then called riot that quote during the weeks and months leading up to the riot, there were more than a few white Tulsen's who only feared. The color line was in danger of being slowly erased a believed that this was already happening. So into that explosive milieu, a black teenaged boy, working as a shoeshiner, had a brief run in with a white teenage girl operating elevator. and. The fuse was lit. The boy was taken into custody. A group of more than two thousand angry white people, some intent on lynching him, possibly prompted by an inflammatory editorial in a white run newspaper gathered on the courthouse steps some armed black war, veterans and others squared off with them there and soon shots were fired. White people from all over the city began their march on the green. What area to tamp down? What many white people saw as an uprising? Their stories of black citizens being murdered in their homes interrupted in their evening prayers. The terror went on for eighteen hours into June first. Despite their sworn duty to serve and protect neither Tulsa police, nor any other government agency assisted the black population. Instead Tulsa police officers helped set some buyers, an all white unit of the National Guard joined the invaders. Other. Public officials provided guns and AMMO two white men. The KKK got involved a semi functioning machine gun was on black. Tulsen's and some reports indicate the airplanes dropped homemade fire starters. Despite being largely outnumbered black Tulsen's fought to protect their homes and businesses and most of all. Greenwood. But in the end, scores of black people and some white people were killed in. Greenwood was left in ruins. The exact numbers of injured and dead. Even after what's to be uncovered in three suspected mass graves may never be known. It's still unclear exactly what happened between the Black Shoeshine Boy Dick Rowland and the white. Elevator Goal Sarah page to spark the massacre. Though one thing is known. She refused to bring charges. Roland was vindicated. For years. Tulsa refused to acknowledge in any meaningful way. What had happened in nineteen twenty one. Nobody has ever been charged or prosecuted for the crimes that occurred during those eighteen or so hours, even those who grew up there ellsworth included were not taught that part of the city's history. The Tulsa race massacre became a terrible and closely held secret. That began to change with Ellsworth's defeated promised land, and some earlier work, then in nineteen ninety-five, when members of the national media descended on Oklahoma City after the bombing of the federal building, they were informed of this other more terrible episode of domestic terrorism in the state's history. More news accounts and more books of the massacre followed and twenty nineteen, the HBO Comic Book Superhero Series Watchmen inspired in part by Tulsa, enlightened many to the story. But pulses failed efforts to come to grips with its deadly past has left scars. Ellsworth said city was robbed of its honesty. You have entire generations growing up in Tulsa who've never heard of this your people growing up with a false reality, a false vision of the land they were on I mean imagine if today right now that you had young people growing up in Manhattan, who had never heard of nine eleven, but there were no books to talk about nine eleven that it's as if it didn't exist. The race massacre was a gigantic myth in the history of Tulsa it was deliberately buried for a long time. With the honor thing of one of at least three suspected mass graves and Tulsa next month will mark another step in the long road to understanding and perhaps one day recovery.
House passes sweeping police overhaul after Floyd's death
"Republican leaders say they won't sign on to the sweeping police overhaul legislation passed by the house Thursday which produced emotional debate on racial inequality from both sides exactly one month after the death of George Floyd and a day after a Senate police reform bill crumbled gays are two hundred and thirty six the nays are one hundred and eighty one house speaker Nancy Pelosi announces passage of the George Floyd justice in policing act to address systemic racism Kerr police brutality and bring accountability some Republicans say it goes too far well Georgia Republican congressman Barry Loudermilk question the protest of what happened in this country today I don't understand California Democrat Karen bass suggested a field trip go to the memorial for lynching and learn a little bit about his state of Georgia the partisan divide could mean nothing gets done in Congress to address racial bias in policing Jackie Quinn Washington
Summer weather could help fight coronavirus spread but won’t halt the pandemic
"Some of the states with the hottest climates in the country are seeing a surge in cases right now including Florida Texas and Arizona Dr Mike Dodd said those states relaxed social distancing guidelines much faster leading to their current spike of coronavirus cases plus their oppressive heat can actually drive people inside where the virus can spread easier than being outdoors meanwhile Dr John Lynch with you dad medicine says our choices this summer will determine when and how severe any secondary surge could be in the fall that it's not only preparation for a potential second search that would come this fall or this winter what is actually to hold that search offers long as possible he wants everyone to be careful in the months ahead the vast majority of people out and about during the summer have no immediate open nineteen they are just you know open ready targets for getting
Our Thoughts ON WWDC 2020
"Hello, everyone. This is David sparks joined by my friend and yours Mr Stephen. Hello Steven David! How are you? Good, I have to admit I. was a little bittersweet this morning watching the keynote. I had a really good time I. Watch it with a bunch of friends, but I didn't watch it with you in the room. where it happens so sad, there were all this year. The first WDC have not been a person since twenty thirteen, so it's a big change. Yeah. That being said. I feel like I've been just as busies if I was there And Apple surprised US this year. They they had a lot more announcements than I expected I. Really expected the snow Leopard announcements. Everybody global pandemic, We had some bugs to fix any way not a whole lot new this year. Yeah, and our Mex- that working at our Max to, but there's a bunch of stuff as we go through our summary of what happened. That caught me off guard. Yeah, so some Meta Real. Quick we recording this. Couple of hours after the keynote, the state of the Union just ended so as this week unfold, so be more information that comes out so this is based on what we know after just a few hours of reading stuff, so the maybe things that we don't get quite right. We don't know that you may know in the future listening this. Please forgive us for the weird. Time shift there. Yes, future you please be generous to us. Yes, I did watch the entire keynote and I watched the entire state of the Union took copious notes and have been doing research, but I do believe and Both of us have installed babies. I've got the Beta on my big IPAD pro, and you've got on your ipad mini, so we we have line research here as well as we talk through the show, an slowly downloading the Mac Os Beta for my laptop, but it's halfway through. It's at a seven hours left sets. That's taking it sweet time. Input on your phone. Already know won't. It won't go on my phone until much much later. I, did I did mission real? Quick before we dive into all of this? Because we've got a few emails about it, Really FM. We have kind of relaunched our membership program and one of the new perks for a lot of the shows including connected another show that I'm on is. Member only versions of the episodes David and I. We are working on ideas for this, but we're not quite ready to to launch anything, but we did want to share that. We are thinking about it. So, you can check out and see what connected of greater doing. Extra segments sort of thing, and we will be listening to feedback if if you guys have stuff that you want to see in sort of a members version of Mac powers, let us know because we are thinking through that and and hope to move into something like that a little bit later this summer. Yeah, WE WANNA. Bring more if you guys wanted, but you know enough. Enough that you have to want it to make it worth the trouble and a lot of the stuff people. We were already doing it. We got a free form. We've got a newsletter we got. We got a lot of this stuff. Already that you get just because we love you, so we're trying to figure out where we fit best. We will have something. Stay tuned. We're doing a show life, which is kind of fun. Yeah, we are with nothing to do super often, but we figured. Hey, it's such a fun week, and because people are at home. We thought we would record this one live so it is live as we. going out to a bunch of people so that that's always a fun funding to. all right, so just want to start at the top. Yeah, we can either go chronologically, or we can kind of pick and choose I'll follow your lead. If you WanNa, do let let's start from the top because they had, they had an order and a plan they saved the most interesting stuff in a lot of ways to the end, because so many changes on the Mac. Yeah, but uh, it was interesting the way they went through today. One of the observations all make about this keynote. If you haven't watched it at home, this was one of the most efficient keynotes I've ever seen apple put on. They were just flying through the segments. There were no silly are demos. There was no game demos. It was like we got this Bam Bam, Bam Bam Bam Bam. Here's a guy from the next platform and. I thought that was good. I liked that part I'd like the format a lot I think it was all pre taped I. Don't think any of that was live. Oh, yeah, definitely. I like that. They were a large number of people who weren't sort of regular. White men that are at the top of Apple. I thought that was really great. And I think they did a really good job with a this is different right, so we see different presenters in different parts of Apple's campus. They sorta played some jokes with that about like the Secret Mac lobbying under the fountain in the Middle Way Underground I got a chuckle. Saw Kevin Lynch in the fitness center I think they did a really good job with this. And while I really do hope that WDC becomes an in person event again in the future when the pandemic subsides I gotta say I liked the way this came together. The first couple of times they did the zoom from one place to the next. I thought it was kind of cheese. And then I'm like Oh this is chemical seen different areas that I may never get a chance to see in person. And also is it just me or has the fitness center done a number and Kevin Lynch? That guys fit now. Yeah, he's got a beard. He's got shaggy hair. I like the new Kevin Lynch yeah. I mean the long pass or the days. He was in fights with apple over flash. Oh I, know! It was, it was great, and it was well represented. They had people of Color. They had women. They had people with disabilities. And it was you know, but it I think in typical apple fashion. These were not people brought up there. Just because of the you know that they were because he their titles you could see. They were people that were working on these projects, and it's great. You know I think that's the way it should be totally agree.
Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+
"To another episode of nutrition. Matters podcast. My name is page and I'm your host and I'm really excited to bring you this conversation about menopause with Erica Leeann. This is a topic that comes up. Really regularly with my clients in session and I just think it's one of those things that we don't talk about enough, and they're just not enough conversations or resources out there or even just kind of willingness to discuss this so I thought that I would take a shot at not definitely not the I obviously. I wanted to be. Part of the solution a little bit here and talk about what should one expect going through menopause? What is it like? Why do these changes occur in the body What should we expect? How do we navigate it? How do we trust our bodies? How do we continue to care for ourselves? Well as our bodies, age and shift and Morph so without being so I do want to give a little content warning Erica, as she describes her her history and kind of what brought her to this work. She describes some details of. putting children on diets and putting people on diets and I know that there are some sensitive. Ears who just might not really be in a place to want to. Really hear about some of those details. The reason that I left it in though I just want to explain is I'm always aware that that this episode might be someone's very first experience or exposure with taking a non diet approach to nutrition, and so I wanted to leave the things in that Eric describes because I want to hopefully help paint the picture for anyone who's new to this work to understand. I. Ask her in what is harmful about that. And why did you decide that that wasn't the direction you wanted to go with your career? And it's all an effort to just pete the picture and really describe things more clearly as to why this paradigm can be a really powerful way to approach our bodies, not only with children, or you know in the adult years, but also going through menopause, so just want to let you know you can skip through the first. You know ten fifteen minutes if you'd like to just get right into the menopause stuff. And then the other thing I wanted to discuss really quickly. Here is a someone flagged A. Concept, I put forward in episode one, seventy, four, where active where I interviewed Katie Lynch, talking about body image in postpartum. And I think I said something along the lines of. A lot of our struggles with food kinda come from a place of wanting control, and then the food really winds up controlling us and I had someone point out that. Maybe that's not the best way to describe it and. I did want to just kind of add a little bit of of nuance here that. Control might not resonate for you and. It doesn't have to, and it doesn't necessarily mean it's even really the most helpful way to think about with food. She makes the point that really more of what it's about. It's about safety so where where you live in a world that. Tells you over and over again. That living in this size body is is wrong and It can be really normal to develop a sense of feeling unsafe in your actual body, or if it's a matter of. Skin color or a matter of sexuality or a matter of gender identity, these types of things when you live in a world where you feel like you're not safe in your body. Food can become a way to try to make yourself feel more safe and I think that that was a really important point that I wanted to mention here. I also wanted to see that you know if the idea or concept of controlling things. Things resonates for you. Maybe it's important. Maybe it could be useful to kind of look at this concept of safety, and to just do some introspection there, so you to the listener who brought to my attention and
Republican senators unveil police reform bill
"Police reform police reform a lot of people want police reform and less than twenty four hours after president trump put forward his policing executive order so that Republicans have followed suit but that bill is very different from the one put out earlier by house Democrats here's Nadia Romero to compare the urgency to address police brutality and racial injustice being felt on Capitol Hill too often we're having a discussion in this nation about are you supporting the long Forsman community well are you supporting communities of color this is a false binary choice Senate Republicans introducing police reform legislation that gives grants to police agencies for body cameras requires departments to report all officer involved incidents that causes serious bodily injury or death to the FBI and uses federal funding to discourage you but not ban no knock warrants or choke holds to the young person who's concerned when he stopped by the law enforcement officers we see you the proposal also makes lynching a federal hate crime while Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pledges to fast track the legislation Senate Democrats say this bill will need dramatic improvement the clash in the chamber echoing of faith felt in the house can anyone on the Republican side say unequivocally black lives matter unequivocally all lives matter where Democrats work on their own proposal that mandates body cameras bands chokeholds and makes it easier for people to sue the police glaring contrast between a strong comprehensive democratic bill in the house and a much narrower and much less effective Republican bill in the Senate but in order for Congress to act one plan needs bipartisan support and the president's signature to become
Mark Murphy: an unexpected flat spin in a Christen Eagle.
"To pick up the story, my brother and And I headed from Ohio back home. It was about a four hour flight for us. I think we made to fuel stops because again with a new airplane I'm always conservative on fuel, and they don't have a lot of range anyway. In each fuel stop. We looked at over. We check the oil fuel consumption. You know it was a beautiful airplane had no issues at all with it nothing to be nervous about landing or taking off, so I remember now you know. The the date is winding down and we did our last fuel stop and we finally got home and. This is where the story actually begins and an innocent way to start a story that potentially had such a tragic outcome. We were probably at six thousand feet and headed downhill. I think an impulsive decision, but not necessarily a bad one I said to my brother, I said hey were home. Let's twist this airplane up a little bit. That was my exact words. And what I meant by that is. Let's do a loop and enroll and and Lynch. So we did a few just did a loop did a role I think I did a Cuban you know and we weren't really trying to maintain any altitude, so we're just letting the airplanes sort of we're doing some aerobatics, but we're letting our altitude descend as well because eventually we WANNA get down, so we're doing that in. Thank goodness. No one was on the ground, so we were not showing off for anybody. We weren't doing an air show for. For Anybody? We were just two guys feeling out a new airplane. I think one of my lessons learned on. This is I'm glad that at least the experience over wanting to show off I. Think if somebody was on the ground and they're like Oh mark with the new airplane. There might have been that inspiration I. Guess, you would say to do things a little bit lower to show off, but regardless my brother and I were not doing that. So as we were getting lower, we were down to probably twenty. I. I actually spoke with him this morning and he doesn't even like to talk about this story, but I think we're probably about twenty eight hundred feet so again. It's nothing unsafe in what I thought. My experience level was so I pull up to do my last maneuver which was going to be a vertical role to a hammerhead, and then we were going to enter the down with so I pull up. I do the vertical role and. And you know just look outside and I'm where I need to be kicked. The rudder and I got a little slow on the top. I mean new airplane right, so we got a little slow on the top, and when I kick the rudder and fed in the L., Ron, instead of just the nose, pointing back at the ground, left-wing Tunder, and we basically just inverted so mark. Can I stop you there and help the audience? Understand your in a vertical climb. You're going to go into a hammerhead. A hammerhead is where you go up and you almost front it out air speed, and you basically cartwheel right on the same plane and come right back down the same line. You went up exactly I think for a guy like me. You think it's almost one of the easiest and safest maneuvers. It's not a big deal, but at the top of the hammerhead you're actually putting the airplane and cross control. You're picking a you know a left rudder. And then you're feeding in a little bit of right Aileron just to make as you would describe the Cartwheel, so the heavy end will fall, and basically you're just pointed straight downhill on the same plane that you went up. Okay Great. That's what you're intending to do, but you get halfway through that and your left wing. You said Tux under and next thing you know you're inverted. We are inverted and you know I screwed that one cold the throttle back to idle. There really wasn't a need. We weren't spinning, so there was no spin correction to make at this time, it was just. Typically what I expected I. pull the throttle to idol you. Wait a half a second neutralize the controls in the heavy endel fall. The nose will be pointed at the ground. You're building airspeed and away you go when I did that and I neutralize the controls. The airplane went into a spin so there I was in an inverted flat spin in the Christian Eagle and developed fairly quickly. We did a a half a turn almost instantly. And again I didn't panic but I was like and so I actually did nothing no correction. No nothing because my expectation was let the airplane just sort itself out. Keep everything in neutral and full of Fire Away Yeah and you aerobatic pilots, or especially good at this kind of thing where you're frequently, find yourself an unusual attitudes. You don't always execute them maneuver correctly. They're hard to do so. You know you're out practicing and you don't. Don't and when you find yourself in an attitude that you weren't expecting. You gotta take. A deep breath can figure it out. Neutralize controls as a typical first step, but so at this point in this event. You're not really alarmed. You're Kinda surprised. It sounds like mom wouldn't expecting that, but you weren't really alarmed. Is that an accurate picture of where your head? Was this point exactly a hundred percent? You know no panic. No, even concern yes.
Miami - 16 Friends Test Positive For Coronavirus After Night Out At Florida Bar
"Ago a group of at least a dozen friends who went to a newly reopened Jacksonville beach Florida bar to celebrate a birthday J. nearly all of them have tested positive for the coronavirus cat late in one of the members of that group say she now regrets going out to Lynch's Irish pop and twelve over fifteen friends got infected according to WTLV gathering came on the first weekend that bars are allowed to reopen in most counties in Florida which has seen a surge in corona virus cases of
Six states report record-breaking increases in new coronavirus cases
"Roundup at least six states reported record coronavirus case increases yesterday nineteen have seen numbers go up over the last two weeks one of those states is Florida CBS is Manuel Bojorquez is in Miami Tuesday Florida governor Ron de Santis dismissed concerns re openings are driving Florida's record breaking run of new coronavirus cases restaurants have been doing this for six weeks I mean the idea that that all of a sudden is the reason I'm not sure that that's the case so now we're not shutting down but bars in several cities have started closing on their own after workers and patrons tested positive for the virus including Lynch's pub in Jacksonville seven of its forty nine employees tested positive so did Erica Chris spent ten of her friends after going there for drinks they've all been stuck indoors for months being careful doing everything the right way and then the first night we go out
Report documents nearly 2,000 Reconstruction-era lynchings
"I might cross your reporting a legal advocacy group that has been documenting lynchings in America has released a new report in releasing a new report on an additional two thousand lynchings of black people in post civil war America Bryan Stevenson the founder of the equal justice initiative says in a statement we cannot understand our present moment without recognizing the lasting damage caused by allowing white supremacy and racial hierarchy to prevail during reconstruction the equal justice initiative has now documented nearly sixty five hundred lynchings of black people between eighteen sixty five and nineteen fifty lynchings came as mobs attacked black people attempting to participate in the political process or merely live freely a memorial to lynching victims the national memorial for peace and justice opened in Montgomery Alabama in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey up
"lynch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Bryant and then human. When you ask. Like cited the North Group of horses. They're. Willing, we can Yeah, it's been a year and a stop to the year, but you know hopefully it up up. The bond get stronger. We're able to to To showcase a few of these sources. Well I'm GonNa Before I. Let you go. I'M GONNA. Ask You about one more that I've been waiting to see. Run back and. It looks like. She might be getting close Osaka girl for the Amer Ms Ron this weekend. say she runs on Sunday at Church. She broke my my. Very impressively down at Gulfstream. And we gave us some time, and because I felt like she was going to be a three year old. That developed is the UN on and she really has. so she she she run an eye out of them at kingland on Sunday hopefully she gets in the right. Thing. A there, but hopefully she get ten and that'll kickoff. Season and really look forward to a good summer and a good four with because She's really come to hand ground to a big good looking strong philly in the last few works being very strong, and everything says she's good to get. Very. Nice She's a First Samurai and a another home bred from the Amerman Deem Brian Obviously You're a juggernaut. It looks like and always happy the be able to reach out to you on a Monday like this, and and congratulate you on a big win that graded stake for admission office and lots of good things. obviously lion ahead, so we'll. We'll see you I'm going to guess we're going to see you at Saratoga. Watched great talking to you and get into that barking buddy. Don't stop. I don't know I. Don't know my first my first. Attempt the other morning we would. We didn't go far, and she said you WANNA. Go down here I said. I WanNa go home I accept. My Calves? Holy Cow! My my my calves were screaming I'm not. I'm not anti buyer. Who Does you know thirty miles a day I? It's going to be awhile before I. Get to that. Guy And Now you're talking. Thanks Prion U2 so great. Brian Lynch. You follow, we'll see we'll see in Saratoga. Be Lynch racing the foul O'Brien and he's got the little. He's got the little the little kangaroo. He's got the rule on his logo. At is. On his. Twitter address be racing coming up to the top of the hour. We're GONNA. We're GONNA have another accident. And you know my theory, the more accents you have. On the show, the the better it is and. Kevin Humphreys is GONNA join us. Let's head to the break. And we'll do some Riley. Ascot and later bottom of the hour eric. House trump is gonNA join us and we'll. GET EXCITED ABOUT INDIANA. For.
Minnesota pardons black man in century-old lynching case
"Minnesota may pardon an African American man convicted of raping a white woman almost one hundred years ago three other people arrested with Max Mason in Duluth were later lynched by an angry mob two others were acquitted but Mason was convicted despite the almost complete absence of evidence evidence he he served served five five years years in in prison prison and and then then was was ordered ordered to to leave leave the the state state none none of of the the winters winters were were ever ever charged charged with with murder murder at at the the site site of of the the killings killings is is now now a a memorial memorial to the victims
Biden says there's "absolutely" systemic racism in law enforcement and beyond
"Biden absolutely cornucopia leave systemic racism is present law enforcement Joe Biden was in the Senate for thirty six years and he was a vice president for eight years under the first black president the United States if he believes today there's systemic racism that means it didn't start today because it's systemic Joe Biden work with segregationists on the crime bill he worked with Bill Clinton on the crime bill he worked with Barack Obama on a whole host of issues the Attorney General of the United States the first one under Biden excuse me god for bid under Obama was Eric holder he was deputy Attorney General under Bill Clinton hit the highest law enforcement position in the land of the second highest what did you do about systemic racism in our police department the reddit Lynch was the second African American woman former prosecutor what does she do what Obama did
San Antonio Spurs' Popovich 'embarrassed as a white person' after Floyd's death
"San Antonio spurs coach Gregg Popovich out with an emotional statement on the death of George Floyd saying the country is in trouble and that he is quote embarrassed as a white person and quote to know that a black man can still be lynched pop up it says it's time for white people to step up and do their part to end racism black people have been shouldering this burden for four hundred years the only reason this nation has made the progress and as is because the persistence and patience and effort of the black people
Spurs' Popovich 'embarrassed as a white person' after Floyd's death
"San Antonio spurs coach Gregg Popovich has released a video saying Floyd's death has embarrassed him as a white person black people have been shouldering this burden for four hundred years the only reason this nation has made the progress and as is because the persistence and patience and effort of the black people he says the killing should be a wake up call for the country and shows that a black man can still be lynched in America
"lynch" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Four months. In an interview published in look magazine in January of Nineteen fifty six, the two men admitted to and bragged about murdering Emmett till. Protected by double jeopardy laws, Bryant and Milam claimed in a classic case of victim blaming that they had only intended to beat Emmett till and throw him off of an embankment the river to scare him. But while they were beating the teenager, they claimed Emmett called them. Bastards declared that he was as good as they were and said that he had sexual encounters with White, women. The. Following quote will be censored for his repeated use of racial slur. Quote. Well, what else could we do? He was hopeless. I'm no bully. I never heard it in my life. I like. In their place. I know how to work them. But I just decided it was time. A few people got put on notice. As long as I live, and can do anything about it. GonNa stay in their place. GonNa vote where I live. If they did they control the government, they go to school with my kids, and when it gets close to mentioning sex with a white woman. He's tired of living. I'm likely to kill him. Me and my folks fought for this country and we got some rights. I stood there in that shed and listen to that. Throw that poison at me and I just made up my mind. Chicago boy, I said. I'm tired of him sending your kind down here to stir up trouble. Goddamn you, I'M GONNA. Make an example of you just so everyone can know how me and my folks stand. J. W MILEM look magazine, nineteen, fifty six. The two men. Were paid four thousand dollars for the interview. The lynching the photos, the shocking acquittal, and the subsequent admission of guilt galvanized the black community. In response publications like the Chicago defender urged their readers to react to the acquittal by voting in large numbers to counter the disenfranchisement of blacks in Mississippi by a white dominated legislature, a model, which other southern states would follow excluding hundreds of thousands of citizens from their politics. The N. Double ACP asked Mamie till to tour the country telling her son's story. And Emmett till's lynching became a catalyst for the civil rights movement. The white men who Lynch Negroes. Worship. Christ Dr Martin Luther King Junior said in a speech at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church. That jury in Mississippi which a few days ago when the Emmett till case freed two white men, from what might be considered one of the most brutal and inhuman crimes of the twentieth. Century worships Christ. The perpetrators of many of the world's greatest evils in our society worship Christ. This trouble is that all people like the Pharisee go to church regularly. They pay their tides offerings. And observe religiously the various ceremonial requirements. The trouble with these people however is that they worship Christ emotionally and not morally. They cast his ethical and moral insights behind the gushing smoke of emotional adoration and ceremonial piety. Eight years later. Dr King would deliver his iconic is have a dream speech on the anniversary of Emmett till's murder. Saying in part. I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression will be transformed into an away. Susa Freedom. After Brian, milem admitted to look magazine. They had killed Emmett till. Many of their friends and supporters in Mississippi. Abandoned them. Blacks boycotted the Bryant shop which went bankrupt and closed. Over the years. MILEM was charged with offenses such as assault and battery, writing bad checks and using a stolen credit card. He died of spinal cancer on December, thirtieth nineteen eighty at the age of sixty one. Bryant worked as a welder until increasing blindness. Forced him to give it up women. He and caroline divorced, and he opened a new store in Mississippi. In nineteen, eighty, four and nineteen, eighty eight, he was convicted of food stamp fraud. In the nineteen eighty five interview. Bryant denied that he had killed Emmett till, but said quote if Emmett till hadn't got out of line, it probably wouldn't have happened to him. Brian lived a private life and refused to be photographed or to reveal the exact location of his store, explaining quote. This new generation is different and I. Don't want to worry about a bullet some dark night. He died of cancer on September first nineteen. Ninety four at the age of sixty three. In two thousand five. Emmett till's body was exumed and DNA from relatives confirmed once, and for all that it was indeed Emmett till. It had extensive cranial damage, two broken wrists, a broken left Femur, and metallic fragments found in the skull, consistent with bullets from forty five caliber gun. When the First Highway Marker Remembering Emmett, till was erected in two thousand six. It was defaced with KKK. And subsequently covered over with black paint. In. Two Thousand, seven eight historical markers were placed at sites associated with Emmett till's lynching. In two thousand eight, the marker at the river spot where Emmett till's body was found was torn down. A replacement sign received more than one hundred bullet holes. That same year at age seventy two Carolyn Bryant admitted to author Timothy Tyson that she had lied during her testimony. Amid never grabbed her or uttered a single obscenity. She added quote. Nothing. That boy did could ever justify what happened to him. Patrick weems project coordinator at the EMMETT. Till Interpretive Center a museum in Sumner Mississippi said. Quote I think until you break the silence, there is still that implied consent to the false narratives set forth in nineteen fifty five. It matters that she recanted. In June of twenty eighteen, another replacement marker was installed. And in July it was again very pleased by bullets. Three University of Mississippi, students were suspended from their fraternity after posing in front of the bullet, riddled marker with guns. And posting it on Instagram. In March of twenty eighteen, the US Department of Justice stated that it was reopening the investigation into Emmett till death due to unspecified new information. In twenty, nineteen, a fourth sign was erected. This one is made of steel. With. Five hundred pounds is.
Anti-lynching bill stalls in Senate as emotions run high
"In an emotional exchange on the Senate floor democratic senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris spoke out against an amendment that GOP senator rand Paul was trying to add to anti lynching legislation Paul appealed that the bill is too far reaching this bill would expand the meaning of lynching to include any bodily injury including a cut an abrasion or a bruise physical pain illness or any other injury to the body no matter how temporary Mr president words have
Rand Paul holds up passing bill that would ban lynching
"On the Senate floor this afternoon Kentucky Republican rand Paul under fire over his push to amend the bill passed by the house back in February that would make lynching a federal crime senator rand Paul saying legislation should exclude anything short of quote serious bodily harm that's how he's phrasing that he says that this bill won't work in its current form it's still would cheapen the meaning of latching by defining it so broadly as to include a minor bruise or abrasion and he goes on to talk about the amendments needed for ETS this bill would expand the meaning of lynching to include any bodily injury including a cut an abrasion or a bruise physical pain illness or any other injury to the body no matter how
"lynch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"From my home studio as my producer lead Pena is back in our main studio in the heart of the bluegrass. Lexington Kentucky as always. You are listening to this show. Live throughout North America on Sirius to nineteen Xm to one, or you're into the free live streaming or the archived podcasts of the program and doing that on our HR and website at horse racing radio dot net. Will you know you would think after doing this program for more than eight years now that you would start to run out of people to talk to, and you start to run out of storylines when it comes to the training ranks of our sport but that's the beauty of thoroughbred racing. It's never the case. There is always somebody new looking to make their mark in the sport in that is one of the things I enjoy most about doing this program and erasing is finally starting to get back on track in many states where they have not been conducting racing through much of the pandemic the first couple. Couple of months and racing returned to Maryland at Laurel Park this past weekend and nobody was happier to see horses back on the track, then my guest on today's show, the eighteen year old saddled queen of 'cause in laurels, second race Saturday afternoon in a few minutes later he cheered on the three year, old daughter of creative 'cause, as she stormed down the center of the turf course to pull off the thirty one dollar and sixty cent upset and provide my guest with his very first training victory. Please join me welcoming trainer. Anthony Lynch to train her talk presented by Phasing Tipton Anthony Welcome my friend congratulations. Thank. You might me on again. Thank you for having me on. Yeah happy to have you on board and you know your dad was on this program by the way Anthony is son of CAL Lynch. Longtime Maryland Trainer Your Dad was on this program back in January of two thousand seventeen. So you're kind of as you've done for a lot of your life. You're already following in his footsteps here on the radio side of thanks to. Absolutely. Yeah so all right so take me back to Saturday afternoon Queen of 'cause take me back to the moment when you're coming over with her getting ready to saddle her and then. She crosses the finish line to tell me about the whole experience. Well before the race, we all kind of had a very good idea that. She the most likely the force based on pedigree and the way she had come out of her last race, their previous race. You didn't run very good at all. He'd ended up finishing last, but after that race you just something clicked, and she finally started training and improving without her training. and. A couple of months off definitely helped her mature as a three year old. and. Every week she'd just improved and improved, so we KINDA had a lot of hope that she would be able to jump up and. You know do what she didn't win the race. But, leading over meeting over to the paddock, it was very nervous because I two in the race and. It was bit of a struggle with only having so many people out in the paddock. Again the that it was a little bit stressful, but we got it done whenever she went out there, she was so calm in the post. Rape that everything right? And whenever they got into the gate and she broken broke, his steps only expected to be more on the pace. And she end up going all the way back out to las injuries did a phenomenal job. You didn't panic whatsoever. He sat against there and let her ace and. It was just an absolute and I'm GONNA ride whenever she wanted to run. He let her go and. After that, and it's all free after that. And she just. Cover so much ground through the length of the stretch in very. Very surprising to see how much ground she came. overcame. Considering there was a whole lot of pace in the race. We Watch the. Where did you watch the race? I watched rates right outside the paddock because we weren't allowed in the grandstand, so I sat right outside the paddock on it. There's a bunch of TV's lined up for us to watch. And I was saying I might grumman. After the race to start screen I was just so happy. You're screaming the whole length of the stretch for her to get up there and. When she did I started hugging the room and we were all cheering, and it was just it was so surreal i. mean the motion hadn't hit me until really after the win Pitcher, and that's whenever I got very emotional, but my heart was racing the whole time. It's just an amazing feeling. Is You know? Your whole life you know I've been in my father's footsteps behind my father, and I've always wanted to be a trainer as well as he was, and the successful as he is, and to start off at eighteen and ghetto victory was. It's very surreal. Moment. It was just absolutely phenomenal. You know. Just hoping that. There's so much pressure on you to. Be Horsemen. It'd be a good trainer whenever your father's such good horseman as well. So whenever I want was just censor relief more than anything. Yeah I can imagine a star quote. I think it was in the blood horse article after the race where you said it's amazing I wanna cry so bad right now. I thought that was ask. That's so cool it was. Just such an emotional feeling. You know getting your very first one out of the way. And after having seven previous starters before that it's Kinda you get down on yourself a little bit, and you just WanNa you just WanNa finally. Get to that first victory as soon as possible and. Get it over with. And, now it's the feeling I can't explain really just so much emotion all at once. You mentioned the groom Anthony. What's the name of Queen of Causes Groom? His name as a Francisco. And he's been working for us for say about three or four years now, and he's been with that Philly for the past year year. been more than a year now he's been with her. Just, he's a phenomenal grammy. Just did a phenomenal job with that philly every single day and I couldn't thank him enough. For All the work east on with that really. Yeah, it's amazing that you know as much as it means to you and I talk about this a lot on different programs. It means so much to the people like Francisco who work behind the scenes and are with that horse all the time every day seven days a week. It just it means the world that he had to be elated for you and for her, too, but he had to be elated for you. Yeah absolutely was. Just a great, it was great for everybody in the whole entire born especially coming off, you know with the pandemic and everything going on not having racing for so long to start off with a win with our very first. Starter for the meat. It was just A. Huge relief for everybody and it just put everybody in the whole barn in a great mood. Fantastic stuff talking with Anthony Lynch who just saddled his very first career winner Saturday at Laurel. Eighteen years old. Is you heard him say this is all he's ever wanted to do. Following the footsteps of His Father Cal, who, by the way is trained more than eight hundred winners in his career, so he knows how to get a horse. To a big race, he's won multiple graded stakes races to Anthony how. Many tax and phone calls did you get after? Queen of 'cause crossed the wire. Bite quite a few I mean there's so many my father's owners as well and everybody's been supporting. These very first started as a as a young kid, I mean everybody's always had my back and they've always been very supportive. Who is the first? Call you fifty messages at least? Yeah who's the first. The first was actually, said Carne MEA. He's a another owner of ours. For my dad as well, he has Miss Jamie K- from Max's stable. And he's actually.
"lynch" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Me your face. I go nuts in my bedroom of my house on. Is that twenty years ago anyway. Very soon. In the timeline of the business Paint your wagon as a flop up Finian's rainbow as a flop and in that seem easy. Rider comes up and it's the death of the musical as we know it from Hollywood. How did you feel during that period where you get to the late sixties and everything becomes the counter cultural thing in Nicholson and five easy pieces and all everything becomes a little more? I dropped out. I actually dropped out a show business. moved into Panga and got into fine art as opposed to Komo. Did you do that. Oh boy was out for years for several years. I did nothing The last movie I did I think was the long ships movie with Sidney Poitier and would mark and and then I dropped out and I went. I went up to two Panga and got into who I met. An artist was Berman. I got involved with Like Allen Ginsberg and Michael McClure. The poet and I got involved with a lot of those people and I got turned onto fine art as opposed to the performing. Now you've got quite a few credits after yeah Yeah but there be movies. I did them just for some money so I can support myself. Could I didn't give a fuck what I did. I just did them in there and made up my own line of work and a lot of that are happy to have you. Yeah they were thrilled to have me. Then I did well in the fine art shows and I. Did you still doing this solar well when I get a chance. I've been writing my book for the last twenty years by the way it's called dance on the edge. When's he coming out early next year? We finished it and Bonnie is his putting in all of photos. Now we've got tons of photos that were putting I hope so tell. Are you one of the stories about west side story when We finished in and I was friends with Natalie in an RJ and they it came out to the Beach House. One Time Tab dinner we had dinner and we were we were drinking and And Tony were Dante was came came to he was a friend of Natalie's and so we're all sitting around. Were having a few drinks and I got this crazy idea. It was just 'cause I one time at Anthony Quinn's house up in Oxnard he had a big ranch and I went there and we were out in the back that he was barbecuing and and he says let's play you. Ask somebody a question and you have to tell the truth. So I said this play that so we started doing it with Natalie and and RJ. We went around the room and I thought well I'm going to live in up so I thought for sure that I knew knew the answer to this. So I said could Natalie I said Natalie in that if you had your choice of getting an Academy Award for West Side Story Story get an academy award. But in order to get the Academy award you would have to divorce. Rj You know or would you rather stay with RJ RJ. You know and and so she says she thought about it for a second. She said I'll take the cat. That's a true story. A lot of women the shiny ball I was so surprised. I thought sure at RJ nod knowingly. He pounded the table. He practically ethically broke a bottle again. He rang the and I was living at the beach at a beach and he ran down to the beach and Tony went to help him and I was sitting there with Naveh said. Why didn't you say that why she said well? I thought about it. And I thought you know it may be my only chance to get an academy and we're not gonNA MARRY RJ again. Dan came back up and I thought about that story. When you know? Would that big deal that they had on the yacht where she drowned and they had a big fight and all. Oh Yeah yeah very much in love with her. You could tell he was little. Oh yeah he was he. He was really possessed by dinner with people in New York. And I know she's to play a game and I'd say AH my friends back. Then this is ten fifteen years ago they were all ten years older than me. Some fifty they're sixty or seventy and I'd have like I went with a friend of mine and and his wife and two couples that were friends women's table. There's eight of us. I'm the youngest one that everybody's in their seventies and I turned to this woman who was Anne Bancroft kind of Salty Savvy v New York Dame And I said to her I said Love Anne and the game I played was. Do you want to know your husband your wife Your partner. You're married to in the next life life when you die. Will you see them again. And the first person I turned to with this woman who was like this Anne Bancroft type you Julia. You and Irving here I nations and before I even opened my mother because she was Oh God no God forty years with him is enough. You think I'm going to see him on the other side side for eternity. Oh Christ at one of honest thing to San Front of your husband. Than when you're dead I always obsess about the league. Will I know my wife and my kids is on the other side. While I see my dad blah blah real quickly How do you get dialed into David Lynch twin peaks? How'd you get pulled into that? I was living with Dean in Stockwell and deny were lit up Laurel Canyon. I'd just divorced My second wife and moved in with Dean Him and the two of us were living there. And then I went to do a play and dean and Dennis Hopper did blue velvet and so Dennis said he. He's GonNa have a birthday party for David Lynch and so I went within two Dennis's place and And Lynch was getting cards and gifts and stuff and and he opened up this one card and it was a guy standing in the centre with these naked women around him you know with all these naked women and he sort of laughed and everybody laughed and it was like the funny thing you know and I was standing next to me. Wouldn't you love to be. This guy is funny like that and it was an opportunity and I said to him. I said what I would really love. David is to work with you sometime. And he looked at me and he said the next project I do the next project and it was like a year later that I got a call. All from agency remembered. David Lynch wants to see you and so I went in. He remembered him and He said the part that I and I'll never forget what he said head was and I went home and told Bonnie later he what he said to me. Not the part I want you to. I'm thinking of you for the part I want you to do in. His film is eccentric. trich character called Doctor Jacoby when she had to do that in the film so I went home and I kept thinking about it all the way home in. What he said? Didn't say want you to additional Jenner Tryout. or I'm thinking of you the part I want you to do and I went home and I told Bonnie that's what he said so My agent called and said yes he wants you. They just don't have a part yet written for Doctor Jacoby but They wrote a scene for the pilot and I decided to do something nuts dean told McCain had worked with him he said David loves something. That's out there you know so I decided to I put it here plugs in my ears. I figured as you psychiatrist so when I get off the elevator and the wind scene and Asian Cooper says to me agent Cooper Gary Cooper and that was about the only seen I had but after the pilot Lynch loved it and so they picked it up and I'm GONNA shoot it a year later and that's what I went to Venice and I wanted to find some crazy glasses. So I- narrow down to a blue pair a red pair and then finally I stopped. I was looking in the mirror and I said Oh my God. That's it so I had a pair of glasses made with one redlands and one Blue Lens and that was my Jacoby. Major showed him to Lynch. I said the Blue Lens affects affects the creative side of the eye and the logical side of the was a red list. Give it some light so explain all he says I love it but let's did not tell anybody why you're wearing those glasses. Let's keep it a secret. He loves secrets. Let me just say this here. Here's my last question. Do everybody knows Because you have a you have a multi generational show business family Your Tamblyn Dad. Ever give her any advice about the Biz chipper wanting advice. Me About this She did she said a soap opera general hospital that she was on. I wasn't working so I used to take her. My mother was was taking her for well. Passed away then. I took her and I used to stand next to the camera and when she would finish his scene you know in soap opera directors not their directors in a booth breath. Yeah and I used to stand next to the camera and when she would finish his seen the one piece of advice I gave her is whatever you do. Don't get caught acting. That's the main thing. Don't get caught acting. That should be the name of your book. Don't get caught acting Russ Tamblyn. Thank you from the bottom thank you. It's such an honor to be interviewed..
"lynch" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"WHO's an executive producer at a production company that could very well that could very well be me yeah. Had I stay so how'd you stay or you. A you know our I probably would have ended up in some kind of advertising me too because I do the same thing. I watch commercials and I go. That's fucking lazy shitty stuff exact commercials cels are art that is foisted upon us. Yes and they could be better. They could be the only reason to be so cynical and shitty and lives like this is the same and also I'll just look look at the store how they're telling this story Marshall Yeah and sometimes it's like what they're wearing and will. They didn't cut away clearly enough and you can tell it's a nonunion actor now. Now I I could us. Take Non Union people and make them good yeah. I I know how to do it. That's what I would love to do that. I in fact Jennifer sometimes when we're watching television she pauses and says either direct to commercial or just shut up. I don't care that much. I know I I'm the the same way and and having had that experience of directing a few number one. It's really fun because you've got a set amount of hours. You got a list the things you got to accomplish and it's like a beat the clock game show and and there are different kinds of directors. You know there's there's Alfred Hitchcock Koos storyboards out the whole thing Steven Spielberg kind of the same thing with a real sort of like vision. There's also directors and this is the kind of director that I am men that I would like to be in the future. which is the person that just everybody asks their taste? should we do this or this and they do that. Yeah Yeah Yeah and your whole day is just a series decision making decisions and problem solving. We're running out of time Shit. We're not gonNA shoot this thing in that room. Let's just turn around on to this other side of this room. We're already here. Just turn the lights over there and we'll shoot this rather than go to another room. Just simple Bravo's awnings which you gain came from being onset yes gain from having done this you gain from watching sitting and watching people make a bunch of bad decision and again. It's just a question of taste and and it's like I feel like yeah. I've done this I don't. I now sometimes when I guess do guests work. I have to bite my fucking fucking tongue all the time because they're trying to solve a problem and I'm like this one this way. Let's say just great up around around here. I mean I'm not like too much of an arrogant person but there are one of my main jobs here. Is I call it comedy concierge. I mean I'm on I do what I do on on camera but I also in Rehearsal Conan I or the last step going out the door and then I don't care who the person charges. They need somebody that they can trust to turn to him. Go is that good yeah because all right shit and I'll look at it and go. Is that good. I don't know and you have to ask them to go and somebody you trust has yeah. It's good and you go okay fine move on now. 'cause you say it's good. I believe you yeah and that's kind of what I've been for him for years and so I get to sort of make does decisions and this needs a new ending or cut up that middle part and wh when there are questions sometimes and I'll say do it this way and then other people people kind of go on with other things and I'll say no you should do it this way and then they go on and I will turn to whomever usually it's like a Qr golly. They should just do what I tell them. It's so much easier to just do do what I say. It'll be good reminder. Be the greatest but it'll be good and we can move the fuck on right so yeah. I I think I think you would make a fantastic director. You know because you know you have always been a calm in the storm and that's a major thing that director needs theon and I think you make you go good taste. You make good choices. You have more confidence in that now and I think a lot of what happens is in the editing room as long as long as you have the camera rolling and something genuine yeah because even if it's a damn commercial about you know you know look into in two years something like that you know just. I would always have the camera rolling yeah and then I just put it in. That's how Christopher guest works right. That's why you roll so long because he klux genuine moments from every take yeah so you think Oh. I'm sure this will end up and the tape take with you like rubbing your knows what he uses in its hilarious yeah it's in in the middle of someone pontificating and they're not trying when they're not trying when they're not specially of how they're looking for exactly kids and nonunion let them let them think that there were setting the lighting or something in be shooting. I remember I did it and I felt like this was rea- this was I did a seri- in Chicago. I did series of lottery commercial. which which actually I was I was I was the star of it was kind of like Chicago? Yeah it was it was it was Illinois. State lottery and one of them had Chicago Blackhawks. I don't my mom was of the next year working with whatever the fuck is but he was really really sweet guy but he was just used a hockey player. He doesn't really know how to do things and they were off shooting some like I because you're shooting couple of different things in west and they were just off shooting him doing some copy. Yeah you know like if you buy a lot you know scratcher and turn in your scratch or you might get tickets to a hockey game or something like that and he's doing it and somebody comes over neither the client watch call me because it's it's not a good rate breath and I went over and I looked and he's and he's like he was lost and you're doing voiceovers and they say they want more smile. They want smile. I said you really physically you can't see it but you physically smile and it sounds like this is this is me saying without a smile this saying with a smile your voice changes and you can hear the smile is just mile through the whole thing and he did it in my God. That's perfect and I was like it made me feel like it's such a simple thing that I've learned from standing for Mike Phone. Somebody saying like more smile and go like A. I guess it just means Smile Bullshit. Yeah that does work. It's just little tricks and also people who aren't actors. Get them on the first. Take Yeah be ready to go. Don't waste any I remember. I did a movie with Carol Burnett and Craig Nelson now Craig Nelson incred Craig Robinson and they were doing a scene and it was they were improvising and it was the hersal and it was freaking Lookin hilarious brilliant points. What do I have to do to you for you to get you into a coffin today. She was buying her own coughing and then they're shooting the scene and it's an hour later and it's all gone. It's all gone. You don't even bring them in until it's lit and then tell them your role right right right yeah yeah yeah. It's the best stuff yeah and then there are actors who actually can do that. Yes I mean these. Two could do it for sure right right right should have done it. Yeah Person Magic like I said before the first time you say it. You're probably GONNA say it the best yeah and the person that's going to hear it is going to hear it the best and and react to it the best yeah so it's. I don't like I don't want to overplay to me. It's always do like talking about sex after after attack. What's Yeah Sweaty Yeah. I'm sweaty too. You know it's Nice but even to talk about it. It's like it's magic in the third question is what. Have you learned what he Alec. What have you learned out of this whole Jane Lynch Journey. Most of of everything doesn't matter yeah you know the meaning we put on things and the way we have something in the loss column column in the win column or this was. This was a failure but this was a success at a none of it means anything. I wish I had known that younger yeah but you know you learn it when you learn it and it it kinda just happened organically. I really don't care yeah. I don't have great identification or need for for particular outcomes yeah. It's really just all fallen away and I'm very grateful for it because I'm so much happier. Yeah and it's not like ecstatic. It's just kind of it's like well. After I got divorced. it was that there was kind of a I went through. I was blissed out for about six months and I didn't realize realize how oppressed I had felt and that's Kinda stayed with me yeah kind of it's a beautiful kind of equanimity yeah that it's like. I needed that it was it was really tough time yeah and I almost needed that punch me in the face in order to go you know sometimes it's like you need you need to be punched in the face and I think to as you get older too you become I mean I'm not I'm not religious so I don't think I'd what the time I got at the time I got yeah and that puts a urgency on it like people that think that like you know to not have a religion is somehow meaningless. No I think it actually imparts a way more meaning on every second of every minute every day without getting too worked up about and yoga as I look back sometimes and I mean I look back and a lot of what I WANNA. I WanNa ask myself is what were you afraid of. Yeah like even down to like when kids were mean to like. I mean I'm a large person. I didn't suffer a lot aww bullying but there are moments that are still in my fucking mind about when that kid said that thing to me and I backed down and thinking back like what was I afraid of why why didn't I say fuck you and then you take that into show business. Why did I take that from that person. Why wasn't why didn't I say I knew at the time it was wrong. Why did I take it. Why didn't I say no. This is not right. I'm not GonNa do this and it's was afraid that I break a bone was very I would die never work again. I think so I think it is there. was something deep down inside. It's always life or death in our in our cycle. When I look back on anyone anyone particular one none of it was going to happen now none of it like if I stood up to that kid in school he would have. You'd hit me he would hit. I've been hit. It's not the end of the world and I've never been fired but if I was fired it wouldn't be the end of the world you know through that process as I've gotten older to one thing that and I love this about the professional mean now is.
"lynch" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"You're trying different. Things and it's not working. It's it's always it's always like it's always in my mind like yeah that could that could happen yeah and and there's nothing you can do you know but it is like. I would suck yeah and you could be plowed over by a bus to the possibility of your brain brain going bad yeah. It'll be a little greater so you know and I'm going to be a commercial for transcendental meditation right now but I do. TM and I it's like I don't have a depressive nature but there is a a lightness in my life because I think it's because had that been. I've been doing it now for about a year but I used to to do it in the nineties to and then I stopped and I picked it up again. I won't why did I stop doing this but there's something about it that in finding that what they call the transcendent in place but really it's about dropping and you don't have to get rid of your thoughts. That's not what it is but it's you just let everything be. It's the most free giving a meditation technique I've ever seen but it it. I've heard really great things from people who have depressive nature's about how it kind of releases them It's brain training scientific evidence. I never have really given a good charge. Meditation always seems like Oh that'd be something pretty good and I don't know for some reason I mean you know we'll see. Maybe maybe maybe you made this change everything message. I'll change my named. Sri Something so you are an out. Yes indeed lesbian. XFO Oh symbol woman yes indeed was there at age at which you kind of started get no notion yeah yeah as soon as I B. We came name God. I knew it all along but I didn't know. The name was more interested in the girls in school but in my brain I wasn't saying Oh there's something wrong with yeah. I knew that I had crushes a neighborhood ladies but I didn't know they were crushes. It was just in love with them. Then you get to be about twelve or thirteen and there's a word word for it and also I'm noticing. I don't WanNa go out with Jimmy. I don't WanNa be have a boyfriend. I WANNA have a girlfriend. Oh boy and it was a name for it. I found out there was the name for it and I was like remember how you found that out. Yes I was hanging out with the Isaacs twins. They work on a dark influence. They were kind of mischievous those twins my mother would say stay away from those twins. They said they were in fort. Lauderdale on vacation and there were guys who walked up and down the beach holding hands and it's called gay and I went inside of course I am the the male the female version of that wow now and I thought oh. It's like a disease yeah so yeah. That was a tough thing. I do wish that it wasn't a tough thing but it wasn't that awful for me. I ended up being in theater and initiators just teaming with the gays no kidding to to whenever I do whenever I've had to like hosted political political fundraiser always here in. La I always like to say like hello queers Jews because it's always liberal you set McFarland once said a democratic thing. I hello fellow abortion enthusiasts so did you you. What did you like date boys to a little bit not much not end me at all. It's almost better exactly when I would be going to like a dance with the guy because I wanted to go to the dance. Show almost throw up going honey. Do this body would not let me do it but I did it anyway yeah yeah and so he went to college downstate Illinois. Stay stay right in the center right Bloomington North Bloomington normal yeah. It's probably you you and then David Foster Wallace David Foster. He talked there he did yeah. I did know that I think I think even that's where he was when he died. You sure I wasn't University of Illinois. No it was it. Is You really you think I would know that I thought he was pretty amazing and you were walking around. I'm thinking you were the most famous ever and what was college like down there. It was great because I started. I didn't go into theatre immediately because my parents told me in. You'll never get a job in that. So why don't you major mass communications. It's theater adjacent ride sure and then by the time I'm a sophomore. I'm doing plays and I'm not going to any classes and so I had to. I changed my major without them. Knowing I got a tuition who wishes waiver my parents didn't have to didn't have to know that you're not paying from well. They were they were paying for it but they were very happy that they didn't have to pay for my tuition and I told Oldham. I didn't tell them was because I was a major told him I auditioned for it. They didn't connect the dots at chain and then it turns out. They really didn't care. They weren't paying that much attention and it was a bigger deal to me. Were you a good student. Once I got into what I I would have guessed that also just in high school that I was not a good student. You weren't Cassisi plus used. You know excellent seems like something that you kind of Oh. Thank you not academically. They'll but once I got into might theater stuff I I got for the last two years of college I in straight as every semester before that I was you know see but so my a great. GPA when I left was like three point three it wasn't as out of four. It wasn't as high as it would have been had. I've been focused on what on really one theater the math mind. I don't have a science mind and I I iced struggled through all of that struggled and cheated to be act so really when you got was was that Isu is at being in college. I think like okay acting. That's what I WanNa do this yeah absolutely and there's a great theater department at Isu in fact a lot of Steppenwolf people. went there like Laurie Metcalf Metcalfe and Tom Irwin publicly people you don't know but anyway I ran a lot of people who know the names that will yeah I think I think that's a very common especially mid western thing you don't you. You have all this stuff in yeah you have you have we are and then but you don't it isn't until you get out of the town that you realize that somehow the universe gives you permission to be like. Oh Yeah I do like that and I really WanNa pursue that because I I mean I I've talked about this before but the notion of being from York Ville Illinois and saying I'm going to be in show business and whether that means even and to me that could have meant being a guy yeah. Did you know you want it to be. I knew I wanted to be. I knew I wanted to do something funny. I knew I wanted to do something created then I was I was afraid to act and I also to quite frankly had not been encouraged very well not my mom my parents my mom and my Stepdad and my and my dad to they were very sort of laws as fair my mother my mother early on I think ah explicitly was sort of you know like I like the idea behind every police force which they don't they sort of forgotten this but this is the the mission statement of the police is supposed to be that they're working towards their own obsolescence and to me. That's it's always kind of been. What parenting is your work and you. You are working as hard as you can to make yourself useless to this creature that you've devoted your life to write. My mother explicitly said that edit you know to US early. I want you to do whatever you WANNA do. As long as you're happy go behind which which everyone to do I think when she got towards the empty nest she started was like wait a minute here somebody you. WanNa get back here but so but I wasn't really sure what that was and I was in plays and the play's in our school and I would add there was spring director Default Director English Teacher Guidance Counselor and I would I would ask the main guy in charge of the guidance counselor. Why are these place so stupid. I mean they were like Martin Lewis Movies. Oh yeah it was one called boys and and ghouls together that was around the place you've Halloween. Yes nothing no pippen. No whose life is in any way the dumbest most can't even like not even our town been like the music man and he's like we tried to do serious plays and nobody liked it like okay. You know it's like the beginning not just who I'm sure of probably understanding it or not giving a shit and I was so I went out for all the place. I don't remember exactly what point I think it was like my sophomore play into the next one and there was this the next play was there was a part that was kind of like and I mean in this is completely incorrect but I mean basically the that's the way these things were. There was like a Swami really like a swamp and I was like the main comedic partner and I could do it I did it. I knew I nailed it. I was like fuck yeah. I'm the fucking swannee now I go to look at the when they post the parts and I'm sort of like norm. The Guy that works at the office and I've always been self possessed enough to make a fucking beeline for the guy the cast this thing and say what the fuck yeah and he says well he said yeah you were really good at that part you better than the kid that I gave it to you said and in fact he said like in all the years. I've been doing this. You're the best natural actor I've ever worked with. He said you don't Egos you. Don't need training you. Just you just from scratch. You're just the best but last year Mister Barone said you and Julie Craft through a bit of a disruptive influence backstage meaning. We had fun meaning. We enjoy each other's company by the stupid play and joked around and had fun because we were fucking theater kid and he said so. I decided like Nick I'll give you this role and if you if you show that you can really commit to fucking Ding Dong Dell or whatever the fuck it was and he was like you could really commit to this. Yes you could do the next time we can. Maybe give you bigger role and I said well. Thank you very much but I'm not GonNa do this. You can find somebody else to play Bob. What's they were self possessed and never did another plate for them because fuck fuck me for been like a quiet..
"lynch" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I wasn't aware if it getting any traction or anything. I felt like Oh yeah that's my my my sword and sorcery a Falcon crest yet I watch. Hbo I felt embarrassed. Kills them pleasure like some dirty soap opera with lots of titties about you know about how people with swords and magicians shifts and then it's it blows on and then as it went on it was an it's in this is is like it's not the only thing television supposed to do but it's one of the most powerful things television can do which is separate. You give you an absolute salute vacation from yourself. Yes you sit there and you go somewhere else. Assume you don't think about yourself and there were so many times at the end of that show and the only the one that was really liked. It was breaking bed where I get to the end of it and then it was only certain episodes. I was one of those people with breaking bad. It's like Oh known episode about his married. Ah Why isn't anyone getting her head cut off but but in game of thrones do we get to an episode and I would be mad yeah like a baby that had its bottle taken away like I want more Willie. I know that's what was so great about watching it. I'm sure I watched the whole I watched the so you ended up electoral three o'clock in the morning time. I saw the red wedding at like three in the morning and then went right to sleep. You know I had to watch a few more into the next season ends. Your pal declines it with some. You know some more devante yeah yeah yeah. No that red wedding was really oh my really something like Holy Holy Shit. They just killed off some huge care. Oh mother and rob the oldest and only chaplain was at the was the role she played issue. Is She. The wife I think so yeah Chaplin Yeah choose like Charlie Chaplin's granddaughter. Oh Really Yeah Oh. I did look up some of the act well there. You have some time and I do it now. Yeah Yeah I in fact. I was just looking up Amelia Clark. I've been thinking about forty eight hours. She was amazing Generis. Yeah Yeah Yeah well now you. You came from a place where people don't go into show business. You mean yes outside of Yeah Yeah Yeah and is it. Is it still the same now or has it kind of as Dolton. Change is is completely changed now much poor we were really wight. It's all African American but it's it's you know when you hear about the south side of Chicago in the violence a lot of it down and because because the south side in our lifetimes is really has really transitioned from being well the white flight yeah it again reporting was white flight and then it just it kept the going Alex even the farm fields you keep running away from each other yeah and what was your what was uh-huh many kids in your three kids in my family an older sister. Julia younger brother Bob and we grow up in the in we lived our whole life to different houses in Dalton and went to Saint Jude's church hung out with you know it was a pretty small community hung out with the same people like yeah years and yeah not a lot not a lot of people saying oh I want to be an actress or I want to be a singer that how did you how did they. How did you people end up in Dalton. Did they get started in the city. My parents lived on the south side of Chicago. My mother in south shore which is about sixty and south shore and my dad's seventy nine thousand emerald old an actual Irish neighborhood with Irish spirit. He's first generation my grandmother came from Ireland grandfather and everybody around them was Irish you know and then two who'd blocks down this away from them was the Polish neighborhood and Mary. The two shall meet. Yes but they would meet in the Catholic Church. Yes they would they. Yeah share different pairs there was it would also because it was done by your your your block where you live. You didn't get to choose chew so worshiping with the poll I will not worship. Oh Wow yeah well. That's I mean you know now at something good about Catholic authoritarianism exactly it goods you know it was the nation between the Irish and the poll there are more polls in Chicago than Warsaw. That's what I heard that yeah yeah and now there's just no from a few years ago having a for my mom's seventieth birthday renting a house in Michigan what part NPR below just South Holland. I don't remember exactly which town but it was right on the shore and all the houses around there were owned by polls by like the polls that came from police or that like 'cause Chilcot the idea. I feel like the real Polish. There were people there truly are people and I don't know if it's still the same but when I was there people that had lived in Chicago for fifty years and never spoke singlish. Yeah Yeah does not need to know because they stated they had it. They had one. I I worked in film production. One of my first time jobs gobs Mike Ditka absently minded absent minded lead wondered aloud if there was a Polish restaurants still there and this you know ask. Kissy production coordinator sends me to go find it with nothing more than a name Milwaukee Avenue so I'm driving up down looking for four-star Polska on Milwaukee Avenue stop people to ask no one spoke English oh really no vocabulary from people in their twenties to people people in their seventy s Polish Polish on Milwaukee and I did find star Polska and it was delicious eight there for many years did you yes. It's one of the only things I can think Mike Ditka for the five yes. There's a particular Polish Chicago accent to do you know Jeff Mitchell ski a second. He's perfect example. It's Kinda like this. what's his name. Michael mckean did it so well and superior doughnuts. What's the play particular accent. You just nailed it that well that Chicago accent. I can hear I still here when I go to you like when my sister all talk about her dad her dad and I just it's getting used to not hearing it and then sometimes well and then sometimes like that guy can a friend of mine just made fun of me because we're listening to us. There was an old song on the radio and I said she thought like Oh. I think that's so and so and I said like now it's Candy Stanton Candy Stanton Candy Stanton Ship Stanton. Yeah so what what kind of kid were you. I kind of the I mean. I was a kid yeah yeah. I was in middle of my family family. Yeah my family's pretty funny to all of that and they always put a priority. I mean most everybody in the family. Put a priority on even the unfunny ones ends and weren't so funny that they liked that they were surrounded by funding. My brothers very dry funny. It sneaks up on you and my sister's not that funny. She's although good audience since she's unintentionally funny and so is my mother completely unintentionally. Whatever went in her head came out of her mouth and what came out mouse? Sometimes it was mind being laughed I she didn't you didn't notice she's a little spacey and she kind of barely listened and and then her voice. Just Kinda just sir is there a psychological component to that church sounds like there might be one there. I think it was kind of a a not not one hundred percent commitment to hear now yeah yeah a little bit. She's Half Swedish and to win out the Swedish your Swedish take these Goddamn. DNA tests. I'm mostly English which nobody ever weird father. I'm barely Swedish in my DNA. I don't know how that have. They brought it. You know every every it was well like I mean the two things that we word that we really sort of people because it's the mainly the the the male names that get carried on the family that's right to carry on which was Richter and then and then my you know my grandmother's. Maiden name was lager quiz. She was Swedish issue but so it was German and Swedish. German isn't so funded Germans a little more problematic. A black German heritage is remember everything the German people around nine thousand nine hundred ninety two nine hundred forty one they really they were on fire right so the Swedish was a lot easier co yeah. They're Nice. They're a nice but depressed in the winter. The leaves Shit. They're depressed. Yeah there are there. are that was fantastic kind of hand yeah. There's such fantastic pictures of my grandmother's siblings who had she she was born in China to Swedish missionary and they had lived around the world and then when the boxer rebellion happened they had elite and like you know my my grandfather who was a physician to was almost murdered and had to be spoken up for an escape in the middle of the night right all these kids. I think there were maybe six of them. They went all over the world and most of them farmed but they ended up all over or Canada all over North American. I think somebody might have gone to England but they were split up. All they all just kind of they didn't stay together this kind of scattered and we're farmers in different things uh-huh and there are pictures of my grandmother and her siblings at things like in the fifties early sixties and it's just these look look at it like a lake house sitting at sitting at a picnic table just like ten plow horse people with the saddest looks like yea. It's summer. It's nice we pig. Just tease yeah yeah. Watch the point. Take no point Sala slog but yes so that's that does sound right at the show my mom that was kind of my moms. Seeing my dad was the happiest guy. Oh wow full corny yeah really good banks. He was a banker like local loan. We never became like a big you know he. I think he got up to vice president but just a really solid wonderful guy and people still say to me how you know. How's Your Dad. My Dad's gone for fifteen years now by you know we just loved. Your Dad. He yeah good solid plateau. No he was just really on my mom's. My Mom's dad was like that he was. He was everybody he just. He didn't even work really hard just like he sold real estate and he sold insurance. insperity mostly just had an office in Downtown York Ville Illinois and played cards. Isn't that great. Everybody loved everybody. Everybody just loved him because he was just a nice iceman now yeah and and and I you know like I'm very proud of that. I think is like it's that's like such to just be a nice nice person. Yeah that's kind and makes me happy like holy. Shit visit world me more than my on. My nieces and nephews are just you know a will bring up stories about him. They loved him and he made such an impact on them. it's a really great thing and you know my my sister. I was talking to my brother-in-law. We were on vacation. Yeah we do. We go on vacation. Every year we go to Santa Barbara and we were sitting in the lobby of the hotel waiting for everybody to come because we were going to walk on the beach and my brother-in-law started talk about my dad out and just kind of burst into tears miss him he made such an effect on my brother-in-law who's like you know he's been around for years in the family and just I I just loved him. Was Your Dad one of those people to this like just sort of blessed to be unencumbered by all the mental fucking. Shit and he went through it. He went through. What is a. Qa did yeah there was a you know my grandmother and my grandfather were at each other like viciously the there was a lot attention with the there were like five boys and one girl and my dad was the he was the second born and he was the the the diplomat and and he kept people to their sides over here. You go over there. You know he'd be up in the middle of the night is like a ten year old referee negotiating and he he ended up being that but it didn't encumber him. It didn't make him a bench full or oppressed or I didn't get the childhood he just anyway so great at practice going to let that go yeah some people some people they just get they get the luck of the draw and their serotonin levels they do it because there's certainly like with me. It's just because I kind of had that role. I was sort of the middle and was the peacekeeper and all of that Kinda Anna stuff when things were tough but yet but no it. I I've always had a brain. That's like I started to win. Things are good in my life. Be Like ah all that all the categories. I used to worry about you know Romance Job Future. We you know money. They're they're all good and yet. I still feel like what's the fucking point of yeah and that's where the meds come in good yeah. We are born with a certain nature yeah and they're you know fighting. That nature is is fruitless. I think the it's the acceptance you know like I I I don't. I don't get depressed. Knock on wood but I just did but there. I know some people who do you know what you have a depressive nature and it doesn't define who you are. No and there are remedies just like if you had diabetes you would take insulin. You're going to take a little whatever in what you know what for me a number of years ago. It just started. We're getting better. I'm still on medication down medication but I've been on medication forever and it was kind of like it was okay and I don't know what happened whether it was just age or something shifted something popped better but I still you know probably one of my most profound fears is at my brain goes bad again and you know when you don't have control over your moods you did it feel so powerless and and you know like when you're trying to get things right..
"lynch" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Hello everyone welcome to another episode of the three questions with Andy Richter as usual. I'm Andy Richter later. Sorry guys but I'm excited because balancing out the word in the punch bowl is the fruit the punchbowl Jane Lynch. Isn't that high sweetie. I love Jane Lynch every don't like you. Oh sure really yes. I mean likely find people that are like people. You don't jealous people that don't know I mean I'm sure of course there's people in your life that don't like you. I mean I know plenty of but I mean is there. Anybody like do you find yourself like is that there's people like. I don't care for her work right. Oh you that you would hear about that. I wonder if I would hear about it. 'cause I don't Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't here but it's not like on the street and says you know what I don't hear that would give them big old fucker finger yeah yeah. I guess the reason I said it's because I am aware of it because I'm on social media I. I'm on social media. You people you read. Sometimes I employ indeed. I do you know what I just in the last three weeks. I took a twitter break and got rid of my the APP in everything I've done a couple of. I have done that if you could just gets to be. It's like I'm wasting acing my time and this is also corrosive. It is corrosive and anybody can say anything yeah so every once in awhile I will look at the comments and sometimes there the the the I'll be called a dike or something about. I have a penis which I really wish I did so I'm aware talked about this severe penis envy but they're ugly but they are pretty fun yeah well. There are some that are ugly uncircumcised. Are It's not fair but that's that's an it's a once it's out of its socket. Did the same yeah the lesbian who knows this stuff. I know I know I know ah I know you. We've talked to the forever yeah yeah and yeah but no I. They are pretty fun. I mean and I I mean just like watching TV something to do with one of your hands funny you know there's no hard for us to do is dig in right exactly No. It's just kind of like it's almost like You know fidget spinner yeah exactly It's almost like it's so weird because we're women. We don't not just because it's hard to reach but we don't I don't I mean I'm sure there's some women and everybody in my circle. No nobody like master bates watching television like it's nothing it's there's there's a biological need. The guys have because of that. My friend says it's external humming is right there and also it's. It's it's just driven more than ours. Ours is yeah well Yeah I. I think there's the biological express your genetic material. As much as you can sure is the male thing yeah whereas female while she can't like spread her genetic material to six different places in one day. No of course you know which I mean. That's quite a man do that but you know it's it's a different print the propagation of the species of different thing. It's it's more choosy. s more like this is going to take some time and this is going to fuck up the rest of my life exactly so it was at that point you were just making about spreading your genetic material. I just read something about a doctor who was a fertility would be implanted his Owino so there. He's got all of this progeny. That's so crazy crazy and then Jeffrey Epstein to had like this fantasy fantasy. It was like for real yeah on a ranch in New Mexico yeah but he wanted to propagate. He thought he was like the ideal that uber human wanted to propagate himself that that's like a deep deep deep primitive thing that's in the mail the Spiezio but it's under control and most guys over civilized and this doctor the yeah the thing about like Epstein like okay. That's a hedge fund asshole. That's probably you know probably he's just a big grownup baby bully and also sick yeah yeah deeply deeply right. This doctor must have had a thing because you don't you don't go if you're the kind of person that's going to say. I had the opportunity to slip my seed to a bunch of unsuspecting women and make a bunch of my own progeny. You just stumble into you know. What do you call it fertility service. You don't go into that specialization. I found myself L. somewhere. Maybe subconscious to give them a little break on this and maybe it's not even a conscious subconscious. You find yourself there. That's why a lot of crazy. narcissists assists are therapists. Yes Oh it's healed itself and they don't even know it. I have I would say I have two friends who have among the craziest parent stories and their parents are there. Those are pissed like it. You can which is really something for somebody like me who's been to therapy and and and who believes in it so much to realize like. Oh my God this person that's helped me so much might secretly be a monster right complete mess and making everyone in their life. Miserable had a therapist just adored and she is. She's an odd duck. She holds an odd duck but she was really good and she was compassionate and an empathic and maybe not in a real life. I mean she had some. She's you know there were shadow edges but yeah. I think that when you're drawn into that there just seems that there's there's gotta be some Wacky nece. Oh you know I mean corrupt. Cops Yeah Crime I'm calm yeah yeah and it's like I'll be a cop but you know what I come and then I'm not necessarily just interested in the one side of the deal right you know and I just I. I think it's kind of a natural thing where there's a topic that you're interested in and if you're a not yeah you might go. Maybe I'll help other nut salads and people who are hungry for fame that WanNa go into acting and the great thing about that is if you don't have any talent. It's it's you can see it's evident but then you know now when this whole social media culture where an influencers you you don't have to have any talent just have to appeal to something to to maybe a thousand people and then that'll become two thousand a million and you're a year in Youtube influencers although there is something to that I don't understand it. It's all like it's you know. There's people that are that are movie. Stars Yeah and you and you look at them and you're like. Oh yeah that person that's a fucking movie star and they might not even be that great as an actor. They might do the same thing over and over and over again. I know there were there all day for that absolutely that person doing that thing again. He Brad Pitt the film. Even the what I call his dark years when he wasn't a good actor Maria I think fame overwhelmed him yeah and it got in the way of his ways got up got a light in this latest movie once upon a time when a satisfying movie is so good yeah so I was I did end up being a little bit and it's a common critique of that. We know what was the point of all of it for me. It was retelling that story. I wanted it yeah. You're still alive live. She had perhaps had the baby she had the baby. Yeah and I don't know I kind of like it was the Anti Christ all the Manson family only get a favor that killed in the know and what is weird to the I did have a problem because I don't just look at the women in that we're in the Manson family as as just evil killers yeah. I think they were sad. Lost Souls not. I'm not saying they're innocent. Say Without Charles Manson. I don't know if any of those woman women would have stabbed evil all in Carnet in the movie yeah there was like they were all bad sia and I don't know that I could ever write a movie where very very heroic man very heroic iconic. White man kills a woman by bashing her head repeatedly into things. Is this the Brad a pit that does spoiler alert people I should. I should have said that I yeah no. He kills one of the I don't know I found it so satisfied. It's you I I just to me. It was like okay I know I felt like the women were killed with so much more vitriol than the man was how we didn't you know. I'm not a very good family but I also love. I don't hate what's the name of the Bruce Lee. I didn't hate and I understand people are pissed off that he he presented Kinda like this Egomaniac care but it was also satisfying to see him beat them. Just the Geez throw into a car. That was fantastic mistake that I mean. I felt a little guilty about that. I'm like is this. Is this colonialism working in me. I'm just game of thrones so I my ability ready to stomach of violence and even just like there would be raping girls in the background. I'd be like Oh right right desensitized and it's also so another time well. The first thing I know people are beefing about it but personally is treated like a deity. So is it really so bad to have one like thing where like maybe maybe he was a dick so what move bio-pic but that's the thing about the social media cultures. Everybody wants to write the moving. Everybody wants to write Quentin Tarantino movie or they want to even right like a marvel movie or they want to be like pizza that they ordered all the ingredients and it's like Oh. Oh I don't like I don't like olives. Well then don't move. He's not a pizza. You remember the days when you go to a movie and you just accepted. It and that's what I did with a game of thrones I didn't read. I watched the whole season the whole show. This is your first time started season one episode one and I went all the way through and I was absolutely riveted and did not look up one actor on the Internet. I did not have a problem with any of the episode just like I don't like what they did. I the problem with anything yeah just one hundred percent accepted it and what it relief to watch television. Watch move away used to which as you suspend your disbelief that I started I started watching that thing just out of curiosity because it was just such a different thing for Hbo to do and I just happened into it like. Oh that thing of seeing ads for that I'LL L. Watch and I watch it from the beginning from the very beginning did yeah in real time and and and I was like the first season I I felt like a guilty pleasure me..
"lynch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Lynch tells Bloomberg fed get some of the blame for the stock market's performance at the end of last year. We're in an environment where the fed has caused some volatility in the markets. We as a firm are expecting to eight hikes in two thousand nineteen minutes from the Fed's December policy meeting were released yesterday. They indicated most central bankers favor a cautious approach to interest rate hikes going forward. Stocks advanced yesterday for the fourth session in a row stellar quarterly results from bed bath and beyond sent shares of the retailer higher in after hours trading. The weekly updates on first time claims for unemployment benefits mortgage interest rates and consumer comfort will get some attention on Wall Street this morning. Investors have had to do without data from some federal agencies because of the partial government shutdown. Jeff. Bloomberg radio. Oil prices affect all of us. Here's why they've surprised almost everyone by plunging in the past few months. I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with the fortune business update oils price has dropped more than forty percent from a four year high in October when that has happened in the past the world's biggest producers have agreed to cut their production, forcing prices back up and indeed OPEC plus Russia, which isn't a member, but is a major oil producer have agreed to reduce output. But this time that hasn't been enough. The reductions aren't denting growing supplies of oil coming from elsewhere, especially the US where shale oil is making America, the world's top producer. In addition economic growth is slowing globally, which means less demand for oil than previously expected. Big supply weak demand. That's the formula for falling prices OPEC isn't scheduled to meet until April, but it could meet sooner and cut production even. In more. I'm Geoff Colvin. The possibility of lung cancer can be pretty scary, especially.
"lynch" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Got to be something with lasts right. Oh, I wasn't even thinking less. That's a good point. Last has to be in this first. My last my everything. Okay. Lasts. Becky's whatever the play on, but becky's. Last last stand. No, I was going to play more on like what's the mix? Lot thing. Oh, the last stand is a good one. The last stand we can do that. What about? That's a decent Becky. Oh, my God. Look at her. He'll tout, Nope. Doesn't work. Oh my God. Look at her strut. No. Well, it was unfortunate. Someone's gonna send us a good one when it's too late. What does Lynch pin? What does Lynch pin mean? Again. Lynch pin? Yeah. Isn't that like the thing that holds something together but people what? What does it mean in like American slang? Hold on. Lynch pin, it's actually spelled l. i. n. c. a purse. Ooh. Ooh, I've in this works Greg. Lynch pin l. i. n. c. h. p. I n. a person or thing vital to an enterprise or organization. I think we got it. Smackdown gotta fix Mack, the smack downs Lynch pin. Or just the Lynch pin. Or just Lynch pin. I think just Lynch pin because I'll tell you right now as good as smackdown is right in this moment, it's hers and part of that will play into what will get to and we'll jump. We can jump ahead to it right now, Greg, and that would be a rough outing in the Brian MS Annan match. Wasn't for who a rough outing for who gets the MS Annan's I'm sure happy with the way that match turned out yet. Well, they might be happy with the result. Would they be happy if they had to watch it on TV. Probably not. It was not. It was not a moment that I think you'll be replaying in in someone's in MS or Daniel Bryan's hall of fame induction. What is supposed to be though? I think everybody was in agreement that this was like a stop along the way. Absolutely. In the story it it absolutely was. But at the same time, it was ripped, didn't have to feel like that. Is that what you know? I it did have to feel like that it was going to be that. However, it also like I, I used to really this is going to sound harsh, and I'm not saying she's incapable anymore. But like I used to really like Burris in rain. And it was just a little rough. No, I think she did. All right though..
"lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"The movie i will say of all the david lynch movies it's actually probably one of his easier wants to follow yeah i think once you figure out the basic allegory it's a pretty straightforward movie and i think is actually if anything i think it's something that should be taught in films goal at obviously is but this is a movie that i think you can sit someone down and go this is how you make a movie for nothing there's also you do it in the seventies so if you wanna make movie today you have no roadblocks because look with that man did you could do the same all right cool and real quick i just want to hear david lynch fan what are your top top lynch movies number one's mahal and drive okay and then blue velvet topfive urges top couple put dune in there multiple times that's actually the one i haven't seen because of that yeah breaking down it would be the two i mentioned then lost highway i actually you know put a racer head up there now too i he hasn't made a movie that i dislike and i haven't seen inland empire so we'll just leave it there okay all right let's move on to ryan yeah i love this movie this is great my is i'm very curious to hear the allegory 'cause i've never had this movie really explained to me really i just have i've absorbed it a couple times and i love every minute of it but i definitely couldn't tell you what david lynch was going for not think he he would if he was here he'd really your career you know it'd be like hey it's the feeling man which yeah the the mood is the movie kind of the my some review this movie see i'm excited to talk about just the form of it in general because it's amazing you know you say he made this for nothing though but like an and i agree that there's no road blocks now for cinema especially but it seems like this movie took a lot of money even for then like at least with the effects and the scenes or the the sets that they all build it seems like still of ambitious ambitious undertaking for an low budget independent movies on san but yeah my favorite david lynch movies number one wild at heart number two mahal and drive number three blue velvet okay cool all right moving on austin yeah this actually was the first time that i'd ever seen a racer head as well i mean it's i'm always hesitant to say i'm a fan of of any particular director because i'm very impermanent just in my life in general so i i don't really i'm not committed to david lynch but i think he's an extremely fascinating and competent and important filmmaker so i'm committed today with lynn i mean like in my life i'm just not like even sports franchises right like i'm more into the players than i have been the franchise so i don't know it's just like a weird personality trait i guess or flaw depending on them you like the movies you're just not committed to the filmmaker yeah exactly exactly and to me i don't need to make that like abstraction to the mind behind it i'm completely content with just enjoying the content as individual pieces that make sense and if it just happens to be the fact that they have a commonality because they derived from a common source then that's great that's if you really ask me so in that sense like i like david lynch films but i feel like this film is something that again like adam was just saying like i feel like i've known so much about this i feel like i know more about david lynch from reading about him and hearing people talk about him then i actually do from even seeing his films like i've seen blue velvet i've seen linda inland empire i've seen mahal in dr have now seen a racer head never seen dune never seen wild at heart i like twin peaks but i have not seen the reboot and i'm not like racing to get it to get to it does that make sense like i feel like an intellectual thing for me is it one of those weird situation sue where sometimes the creators more infamous than the content they're creating yeah i mean 'cause how many times do people say oh it's so lynch ian wright turned into.
"lynch" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Lane lynch now i'd say two there is no one in this game two two go go go the truth will say is it just the yeah get you back john.
"lynch" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Right right it's confusing i don't want to confuse people because you know thing with lynch mob is it's just a it's it is a revolving door and it's always a state of flux and i've learned to accept that and just live with it when i was younger when i say younger i mean like in my forty you know i had this dream that that it would be just you know you're raj ban you know your friends from school and you would go onto make it and you'd be friends first your life in your family right well now that i'm be able to succeed i haven't been able to keep that together so really just learned to accept the things are going to change the only thing that's inevitable as things are going to not remain the same so i'm not really sure what's going to happen with the band is gonna remain intact right now it scotty coogan who's been in the van before can also send great right but bass players we've got michael devon sometimes we've got sean mcnabb sometime so that's a revolving door they're and they're both wonderful and that's great we also have two different singers robert mason who does seventy five percent of senator shows and nathan is last name i believe in i just met him because he played rockall homa with him yes which i didn't see you at rock lama but i saw coogan and michael everybody but you we were onstage with cheap trick for a second yes that's right that's right during surrender yeah right i forgot the words nathan was the runner running around lake green behind the years taking pictures of him with robin zander onstage in front of the audience do that but whatever so so so the lynch mob thing is you're gonna to the more people know that i think people have and let's be honest this with any disrespect towards anybody that's ever been in the band but people go to see which mob george lynch lynch mob i mean as long as they're thinking about wait a minute it is your time we have a member change thinking you know sort of tend to kind of like blaming things wait a minute what's the common denominator here maybe it's my fault i'm the reason i can't keep a bam band but it's almost like a like an unwritten rule in in the rock you know world here that you have to be in lynch mob right all right now you can go be and whites you ever count how many people have been inland really right lynch mob survivor clubs somebody told me l a guns had forty their manager told me forty eight different la guns in their history i don't think you're that high no but they could have meetings you know like when you drink what are the meetings the alcohol yeah lynch mob and on the do you have a i gotta get quick break in but if you have a second i wanna talk to you about shadow nation which is a documentary that you've been involved in you also have a band with corey glover of living color that debuted some music ultra phonics i wanna ask you about k exam i wanna ask you about doc i mean and the world premiere of our funding video on on your on my site and then the other thing though is that there's a band that you're doing with everybody from doc and but dan right right with which talking minus doc doc in minus dawn with robert mason singing robert just sent me a text saying the record just about done or something i know it was going to be called super stroke with the name change hardest thing about being and coming up with the name so is it still superstar no it is not i guess guys i name yet or no yes can you say i dunno not yet i want to be absolutely hundred percent before say okay so then don't say that because you wanna probably trademark it make sure you get all that okay that's going to be cool so george has a ton of stuff going on we have about ten minutes left to go let's give this break in we'll finish up we'll touch on as much of it.
"lynch" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Lynch so that's the first p pledge good life project is supported by harney t so i had become a bit of a key fan which kind of fun as i make the drive from new york city where we live up to the berkshire's in or massachusetts we often pass a little town and in that little town we pass a harney t location and a remember the first time i walked in and the aroma was absolutely beautiful i just want to try every single thing there in fact over the years i have tried many of the tea blends they're so extraordinary had become a huge fan harney t there are a master tea blender they offer a variety of really beautifully blended exclusive tease like hot senments by his organic peppermint japanese gear koro it's an amazing sort of way to serve drinking your days slow down and as a good life project listener you'll get fifteen dollars off your first order of forty nine dollars or more just go to harney dot com and use promo code good life for your fifteen dollars off as a thoughtful gift or for yourself harney dot com with the promo code good life today oh good life project is sponsored by health iq health iq is an insurance company that uses science and data to secure lower rates on life insurance for healthconscious people like runners and cyclists strength trainers vegans and more it's like saving money on your car insurance for being a good driver health i queue saves you money on your life insurance for living healthconscious lifestyle to deceive you qualify get your free quote today at health iq dot com slash good life and you can also mentioned the promo code good life when you talk to a health iq agent that health iq dot com slash good life.
"lynch" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Hello and welcome back to the directors cutting brought to you by the directors guild of america where each episode we bring you a brand new interview with one of the film industry's top directors conducted by one of their peers remember to subscribe to our podcast on i tunes or wherever you get your podcasts and if you're enjoying the director's cut please take a moment to rate in review us on i tunes for like us on soundcloud we love hearing your feedback this episode takes us behind the scenes of director joe lynch's new action horror film mayhem the thumb tells the story of derek chou an attorney who is unjustly fired after being framed by a coworker but one a strange virus that makes people act out their worst impulses infects law office derek is forced to fight for his job and his life in addition to mayhem mr lynch's credits include the feature films everley and nights about asked him the mini series twelve deadly days and episode of the series sabre and the short films riot yarborough silent night and venom truth in journalism following a recent screening of the film at the dga theater in los angeles mr lynch spoke with director joe carnahan about filming mayhem during their conversation mr lynch discusses his life is a working class filmmaker how he integrates his iphone into his direct approach and the influence of paul brick men's risky business on the movie.
"lynch" Discussed on The Nerdist
"It looks like it could take a week to do but you guys you get bang out one day so uh as we wrap this up and i feel like we've i feel like there's been a lot of like nice juicy wisdom nuggets throughout this conversation with you but is there some thing that you want to leave the audience with wisdom wise like what some thing that you live by or something may be a relative told you at some point or something you keeping your head what's one now get that you you can leave everyone with stay is firmly in the now is you can in the present there's nothing else you all you have our memories and bone projections into the future but i just you know a there are you know your head is going to criticise you all the time and i'm i'm learning to just let that be quiet and just stacy what's really juicy about right now and it's there it's f any any time of the day it's it's the best place to be is now and i i love that you say like that you're you're heads going to criticise you i think it's fun to pretend like your life is the muppet show and the voice in your head and learn water going i always come here i think that's perfect and you keep doing the fucking while pajot gaming doing the moffitt showed they don't stop doing them up would joe because those guys are criticize exactly they just going to go k versus put him up there so yes so just learned to not internalize your own personal stadler uh but i cannot thank you so much for reality cannot thank you for being here jane lynch you are a delightful and i need to be an amazing identity i'm glad he reached thank you for coming here pictures hollywood.
"lynch" Discussed on The Nerdist
"She's kind of one of those takes the time and she just made a beeline for meryl streep and i was like coughing after and she gets up to meryl streep meryl streep does this because you've you think you're safe behind barricades throat and she said i'm jane lynch's mother and she went oh let's very nice to meet you all the various though is very ad so there's a picture of like meryl streep get on the red carpet you see my mother in the background admiral street got knowing about your barricaded what's about older lydia to running your exactly so was good was good we was it was it glee the kind of that you feel like pulled all the piece together i mean 'cause glee really to me people obviously knew you were because of a best and show but i think glee putting you like consistently people's living rooms every week on the lake that changes every right for sure how if you know walking through your life when you are familiar character like that it's it's different it was an adjustment it definitely was of and i'm pretty social person but it it it's it can be shocking sometimes i don't know if you experienced this but when you walk in just to get your coffee and in people like that that kind of a yeah well i mean like when you're in an elevator and then you get up to your hotel room and then you check twitter and someone goes to sell you pick in your nose and the elevator and you're like everywhere as i say yulo paranoid watching watching and most of the kids we most of the people who are.