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Fresh update on "lynn" discussed on KNX Evening News
"Us. 7 20 to another Los Angeles Chargers player has tested positive for Corona virus. Trey Pipkins positive test comes a day after fellow offensive lineman Ryan Groins head coach Anthony Lin says it's all part of what's been a challenging season. We said it from day one. There's a lot of things we wanted to overcome and just in and out and that's what we're doing The whole NFL. The team canceled its practice yesterday after getting the result of gross test but return to the field today. Both players had sort of the last three games, and Lynn says If they can't play Sunday, others will have to step up. The charge is scheduled to play the Broncos in Denver. In two days, A Pentecostal churches filed a lawsuit against the city of La Habra Heights, claiming it is violating its constitutional rights during the pandemic. The pastor of world aflame Tabernacle says his church followed the law when it started holding socially distant services outdoors. But he says he's been continuously harassed by a city official and a church neighbor who claim they are violating. Public health orders the Los Angeles Department of Health They've investigated the church twice and found the bear and compliance. Mariah Gandhi Arrow is the church's attorney. She's with the Freedom Foundation really comes down to pure harassment because they're as meaning that they they're doing everything they're supposed to be doing. The city manager of La Habra Heights sent us a statement which reads in part. The city has made accommodations to support the ability of world aflame. Ministries toe offer worship services in an outdoor setting that complies with county public health orders. Chris Eden's Keychain Next 10 70 NewsRadio. According to new research, the US and UK produced more plastic waste per person than any other major country. Karen Lavender Law is professor of oceanography if they see Education Association and is the study's lead author. We have a really high consumption rate we buy and use and dispose off. A lot of plastic is the bottom line and we have a large population. But when you look at just the amount of plastic waste that's generated per person per day in the United States, it's extremely high. The analysis also shows the US produces the most plastic waste in total, and that its citizens may rank is high is third in the world in contributing to plastic pollution in the oceans. Previous studies have suggested that Asian countries dominated marine plastic pollution coming.
Alaska’s highest court decides home of Tlingit artifacts
"This is national native. News Antonio Gonzalez a collection of artifacts from the Clink Frog House clan can continue to be displayed in a Museum that's despite a legal challenge that reached Alaska's highest court as Clare Struggle with K. H. NS reports the State Supreme Court has apparently ended. A decades-old will dispute over control of the cultural treasures. When Frog House clan members disputed the sale of artifacts to a Canadian collector in the nineteen seventies an Alaska. Superior. Court judge ruled that they actually belonged to all members of clones frog. House. The court ordered them placed in the care of clan elders living in the clan's traditional lands on the Upper Lynn Canal. It added a condition, they could only be sold with the unanimous consent of all frog clan members until the safe place was found near cluck won the artifacts would sit in the state museum in Juneau. There they remained for decades. Until last year when the carvings considered masterpieces were returned to quad. But that didn't sit well with some descendants who filed a lawsuit last summer. They argued that by housing the artifacts in the tribes heritage. Center the court had given them to the whole tribe rather than the frog house. Petersburg attorney Fred Trim made case in September that the Jocic one heritage center and Clock One kept the artifacts out of the clans reach. The protests clan members of whom their one hundred and four cannot use the artifacts. Artifacts are locked up in a museum that's not under the control or even. Recently, accessible to the Prague House numbers that the State's Supreme Court justices were unmoved in decision released on October twenty. First, they wrote the lower court had been correct and only exceptional circumstances could overturn the ruling from nineteen seventy eight. The for house posts and a copy of a carped screen are displayed at the joke one heritage sun her and cluck one the center is closed for the season but group to are available by appointment. I'm Clare Trample new. Mexico US Senator Tom Udall spoke on the Senate floor. Monday calling for the protection of Healthcare for native Americans before the Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Conybeare it to the Supreme Court. You'll raise concerns about the future of the affordable care act due to upcoming challenges. Udal says a repeal would devastate Indian country. opened the doors for so many native Americans to access the care they need. Whether it's an unplanned medical emergency or routine wellness checkups and screenings. Access to quality healthcare critical for native communities face disproportionate impacts from the COVID nineteen pandemic. The federal government has a trust and treaty obligation to consult with tribes and to provide native Americans healthcare. The affordable care act permanently reauthorized the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to Ke legal authority for the Indian service and expansion of access to healthcare for native Americans. You'll was among a group of senators and opposition of Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Racial Equity Groups are hosting a virtual event Tuesday night to mobilize voters in Arizona. A key battleground state the National Congress of American Indians is joining Hispanic Asian. American. Native Hawaiian, and other groups to host the event to discuss voting and a number of issues from Kobe nineteen to racial justice. The event will be streamed on facebook at together we vote a Z.
Fresh update on "lynn" discussed on Gaydos and Chad
"And like the nurse's station there basically doing our work and the elevator. Comes up because the door opened and then it goes back down the bottom part. Oh, that's when we decided to leave. You decided to leave. We've inspected it. Somebody else is here. Well done. By 2775 87 the annual tradition Gato and Chat Creep show of you had any. What's the creepy things ever happen? I'm looking at it right now. You trust is a clown. And that was pretty awesome. No, nothing. Never had nothing. No, I don't want any entity or anything visiting me at all. So We've added this year, the Chad Benson scream a meter Scarce for prizes. Blake in Phoenix on All right, Blake, your encounter with a supernatural go ahead. Guys Love the show as a 15 years ago, I was a senior in college. We feel really old at Eastern Illinois University, which is the Harvard of Trial. Annoying, totally. And my 33 of my buddies and I rented a house off campus, and it was the first year it was rentable because it was previously owned for many years by A woman who became a very old woman and who passed away and we got her mail all the time. All the time. Her name is Irma, and when we first moved in, it was a very 70,000 intercom system. We would hear voices with first through the intercom system, which was creepy enough. But it was Thanksgiving vacation and everyone in our college town home to Chicago, and it was just me and my buddy Jake about 11 o'clock that night were standing at the end of the hallway and we're just talking Just B s a little bit before Dead, and we both saw something at the corner of her eye and down the hallway with a woman in a white gown kind of blowing walk from the back Left bedroom, Very slowly, back right bedroom, which was Jake Spectra, and we both saw it and we both got whole chose down our spines on and we both decided to stay at other locations for the that was a good one. Oh, the good. Benson scream a meter enough and scary. I don't like that stuff, man. I don't like that we've got we've got more phone calls to 775827. It is the annual data since Chad Creep Show your real life encounter with a supernatural this year. We've got prizes if you scare us, and we've added the Chad Benson scream a meter Right now, let's go to a very scary news. Gas was she's a screaming good time. Here's Becky Lynn Jr News flash and it is for 15. I'm Jackie Lynn. Here is our top story this hour..
Visibility is on the ballot
"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover
Fresh update on "lynn" discussed on Sports Talk with Jason and Ed
"The Falcons and Panthers picked off week eight on Thursday night Football trailing by late in the fourth quarter, Panthers driving for the pie and Teddy Bridgewater is intercepted by bleeding, right, Wilson. So the Falcon escaped the Panthers with a 25 to 17 win in New England. Julian Edelman is out Sunday against the Bills. Patriots wide receiver recently underwent surgery on his knee. Edelman has 315 yards receiving and no touchdowns season. Some good receiver news in New Orleans Michael Thomas returned to practice for the Saints and a limited capacity Thursday suffered a high ankle sprain in week one and has not played since Chargers canceled practice Thursday after a player tested positive for Coke with 19 coach Anthony Lynn said the team hasn't heard anything from the leave office about postponing Sunday's game. Against the Broncos have been network now on the Westwood one radio network..
How to Make This Winter Not Totally Suck.
"Hi Sober sellers. It's Lynn. Oh, my goodness one more week when this comes out, I will be moving in one more week. So yeah, I'm really excited had some hiccups along the way I don't know if you all remember living in an apartment buildings. That's where I'm moving from and moving to I'm not buying a house quite yet in my little village in evidently something happened to me every time I move and this time it was kind of a big one I was moving into this brand new building with four stories although I'm GonNa live on the second floor, right above the shops with. Florida ceiling windows kind of like a loft and wouldn't you know that Kovin interruptus happened? Yeah. So the elevator people can't put the elevator in and this is quite a complex project from what I understand even in twenty twenty, they are I don't know six months behind as what I'm told, and now I have to move into a temporary residence which I'm now wrapping my brain around but it's one bedroom instead of two bedrooms. So I have to downsize a little bit more than I thought I was going to and I might be in the. Apartment for about three months. So there you go Bobbin we've in our way through two thousand, twenty I'm still so very excited. So after some contemplation and some you know. Anger and disappointment whereas my feeling wheel and some other things I got through it and decided to make the best of it and that's what I'm doing. Now, of course, there's lots of stuff in between all there. So you know I have to pull out my tools from my buffer zone just like you do. which brings me to today's topic in the spirit of all of us who have moved before. Yeah. I'm expending a lot of energy right now and I'm excited and I'm busy and I'm forgetting stuff. So I'm trying to keep the next few weeks of podcast episodes brief or if I don't win that battle with myself, which is very difficult to keep things brief I'm going to choose things that tickle me and that I wanNA. Share you and I came across one of those just this week by a writer who writes a lot for the Atlantic she was on staff there and I haven't really followed her I'm not a writer follower type but I know I've read a bunch of her stuff. Her name is Seagal Samuel and the article I'm going to read you she wrote for Vox and you gotTA. Love the title how to make this winter not totally suck. According to psychologists. Many of us are throwing her arms up in the air and still going what the heck is going on here. in the United. States. Election will be shortly upon us and were quite uncertain about what that's going to bring. Nobody really knows t leave readers all over the place but crazy stuff keeps happening day by day. So we'll just see ultimately the goal for those of you listening as you well know for me is to share with you how are we going to cope with all this? Tabei Day week by week sometimes minute by minute and second by second. So. That's why I love this article. And I thought today. y'All might forgive me if I kinda just read it to you. You know I can't help myself from jumping in and give him my own little take on things which Typically you'll hear me change my tone of voice or Interject Lynn here my plan is that you'll actually be able to decipher that. And enjoy the little nuggets of wisdom that is Samuel has shared with us. Again the article is shared on Vox V. O. X. DOT COM. and. The author is Seagal I hopeful that I'm pronouncing that right but you know there's a fifty fifty chance of everything last name Samuel and it was published on October fourteenth twenty twenty. She begins I'm GonNa go out on a limb and say, you're probably dreading this winter. We know it's going to be harder to socialize outdoors as the weather gets colder. We also know there's probably going to be a surge. Yeah. In New Cova. Nineteen infections many of us are feeling anxious about how we're going to make it through. The lonely bleak months ahead I see a lot of people trying to cope with this anxiety by drumming up one off solutions y'all are going to love this. By a fire pit better yet by a whole house or like I'm doing move. Those may be perfectly fine ideas as far as they go but I'd like to suggest a more effective way to think about reducing your suffering an increasing your happiness. This winter studies show that anything we can do to direct our attention off of ourselves and onto other people or other things is usually productive and makes us happier. Said Sonya Lia- by Mirsky, a psychology professor at the University of California, Riverside and author of the how of happiness a scientific approach to getting the life you want. She goes on to say a lot of life's problems are caused by too much self-focused and self absorption, and we often focus too much on the negatives about
Polish women protest new abortion restrictions
"And cities across Poland. Against the Constitutional Court ruling the band's almost all abortions, with exceptions only for cases of rape, incest or where the mother's health is at risk of the ruling outlawed abortion, even in the event of fetal defects. Which accounted for 98% of all illegal abortions carried out in Poland last year. Martin Lynn, partisan activist with Polish women's strike and has been organizing the protests. Where does Thie Court ruling leave women in Poland? What we're facing now are two ways of action. One is the doctors who actually already contacted us is organization that supports fight for abortion and declared that they will not actually comply with Mrs Trump's Gus announcement because they don't consider this a cart rolling. All of them are even prepared to go all the way with the criminal charges, if needed, because the state's obviously will try to impose this announcement is a court's ruling, and also there is a team over our lawyers that is tasked with preparing individual cases, but also general cases. To European Commission to European institutions, all kinds, of course, that we can rely on national and international. So now we go for the legal grounds. You go for the judiciary system to help us. We promote initiatives that provide abortions that support women who want to have an abortion. Either abroad or here in Poland, because we're talking about something that will be happening anyway. If the ban is there or not. The problem is that many women won't know that the fetus is damaged because now many of the doctor's just won't tell them during the tests because they will be afraid to be investigated if than some abortion happens or something happens earlier this week, we heard from a Polish government spokesman who Distance himself from this ruling, he said. It was a court ruling. But you are questioning the composition off the court that made this ruling. Am I right? I'm not the only person to question that. We are questioning it. Off course, the lawyers are questioning this. A European institutions that put a complaint finally. Against Poland in the European Court of Justice also questioned this. So we now have an example What happens if there is no independent judiciary is the rule of law is actually broken. We have in the living example off the decision. That is not a court ruling. And now we have to take all the forces to bring this to the light and to win this in court in the independent course. You're thinking about the legal and the medical challenges to this ruling. But where the protests going from here tomorrow we are protesting in churches outside of the churches. And we're telling the Catholic Church of Poland that is extremely happy with the bond that they think will be imposed in Poland that they are wrong with putting their own religion above women's rights. And on Monday we go carb locates and their old locates all over Poland, and on the Wednesday we strike because the police state is not working properly anymore with the panda. Mia was declared the economy crisis of and with the human rights crisis, so we might as well stop Poland for good until someone comes to them their senses. Got a
Chicago - Human remains found in field near Champaign identified 25 years later as a woman never reported missing
"County have reportedly identified remains found their 25 years ago as a woman from northern Illinois. Now their mission turns to finding the killer. Her name was Carrie Lynn Wiant, and she would be 49 years old. Her remains were found in a field in Champaign County in 1995. The Champagne News Gazette reports that authorities identified her by comparing DNA from the remains to DNA uploaded to genealogy site. She was born in Gail's Berg. But officials in Champaign County say Wyatt left home when she was a teenager and lived for a while in Peoria, then joined a carnival and went south to Champagne County. She gave birth to a son in 1994 the year before her remains were found. Now, authorities say they're hoping to find someone who knew her so they could bring closure. Hawaiians parents Steve Miller
Taraji P. Henson Says She's Single After 2 Year Engagement
"Lot of everyone and welcome daily today, we may have uncovered one of Hollywood's dating secrets. It turns out there is a not so subtle way stars have been letting us know that they are newly single it's with their straps and she hinson might be the latest led to do it. So during a recent appearance on the breakfast club to rise, did admit she was single. Here's what she had to say about her split from former NFL star Kelvin hated. The. Wow said it yet but it didn't work out. You know what I mean. Side I was like bear left do their thing. But if you're both not on the same page with that, then you feel like you're. Taking it on yourself at Mathematics Fair position for anybody to play in a relationship. she did it on a breakfast. Daddy's you already for everybody to know you were a single. Everybody I mean potential suitors as well Oh. Yes. One hundred percent because four. She made that announcement she started a little early because fans are already speculating. Something might have happened because last month after her fiftieth birthday celebration she posted some sexy bikini pigs and Calvin was not in any of the photo. She looking really hot. There's Chapman her way when you first trap is that kind of your deadwood say like guys I'm single just. I'm single at hot. I, mean I I feel like I I'm trying to think back to my last break up. Yes. For most people that is the move when you look like she does with trump even i. if I was happy in their relationship like I can't even believe that this woman is fifty years old like. That's the whole thing but I mean, yeah, I guess. So I feel like what she said was really true. You can't take on the burden of a relationship and if somebody's not going to put the effort with you the way you're gonNA put in the effort with them and finally you're like, okay Su this is my hot body for instagram else will take this on if you're not going to what hundred percent, I don't necessarily think that your thirst trapping to let people know you're single I think as human beings we need validation whether we get it at work or at home are. Like. Raji Behan is getting right now but I think you're going through a moment in your life and there's a big life change. You need that affirmation from people that it's going to be okay and that be you still got it. Again. Exactly what it is, it is a little like. Thirst trap he may be or even if it's not a bikini, you're right it's something that gives you like a positive look some makes you build your confidence because you've got a now face this new chapter in your life and your that confidence to do that, and it's the same way as back before the grab me call your girlfriend and They'll all say like you're so hot don't worry about it. You're gonNA find someone look at you. You're smoking yes. That's go out because I want all these guys have looked me and so I feel like, I'm smoking hot one hundred percent. Look let me be petty real quick because I tried to let people know that I'm single trap to the guy who I want the attention from that. Hey, I'm saying go and try to let the guy who broke my heart know that hey, I still got it body but everybody used to track back in the day before social media when you knew that your man was going to be at a wedding at a party. You yes. You're normally do you put on the heels. Be made sure your hair was like nicely qua-. People would trumpet in the ninety that was the best is. Did you get Morgan fact me up on this? You do all that work and for whatever reason the X. Show. I've let me let me explain to me. This is the give the audience life lesson that I have learned. No matter what you think his plans might be no matter how heartbroken you are you stick to what you were originally going to do. So you were going to go to the club and you heard he wasn't going you still go because then. He goes after and then you go I bit. They just happened to be so many times stick to your original plans and always look during breakup. No matter what. Then initiative you stick to your original plans and you divert you make sure you get met photo with that one friend who posts every? On the incident. Hold on let me look at that limit looking up. That's. The most fun and miserable time with my entire life. Totally one hundred percent. We all have to go through that phase in our lives I'm. Jamie Lynn Spears is getting real about getting pregnant at sixteen. So Jamie Linton talked to nylon about the Zilly one one reboot and how much her life has changed changed since the show went off the air in two, thousand eight, she says, she found out she was pregnant after the show finished and she was quote mortified to have to tell my parents this and my family this I do not care what TMZ thinks of. Other. CELEBS feel the same way it's it's not the world finding out. It's your family and your friends finding out. It's so interesting because for me if I was in that position, I really wouldn't. Be, so, scared to tell my family because I know they would love me no matter what and I know the support me they would be disappointed but. I would be more afraid to tell the people who worked on my team, my agents, my publicist, all those people who worked really hard to build this brand that was supposed to be so wholesome and was supposed to be one of these things teens looked up to those are the people i. We'd be more afraid to tell. I. would be also more afraid to tell the whole world because that's when the comments of all your insecurities to take over. Securities Will arise whenever you find your pregnant too soon or your self conscious about something or you've made a mistake and sure enough there's going to be a good good chunk of comments on your. Point those out exactly and you're like, yeah, that's how I was feeling. That's what I was worried about and I'm exactly right. I am going to get that hate I against the world that would be more scared of because you said it right most your family and friends. Disappointed they all come around especially when the babies born. They see the baby they say, Oh, you they rally run I mean if I went to my mom and said I was pregnant at sixteen I don't know how happy she would have been with me. She probably would have real I don't know what that would been but right she would eventually. I think have been. Okay. That woman's a little insane I don't know she would have been. So okay with I agree with you guys like your family at the end of the day. Loves you no matter what mistakes you make, and then the then the world judges you even if you say the wrong adjective on TV sometimes so You can't expect them.
Supreme Court to hear case over census
"Agreed yesterday to expedite an appeal on President Trump's efforts to exclude undocumented residents. From key Census numbers numbers used to determine the make up of congressional district. A three judge panel had a great with Lynn gets, who said that leaving out people without papers. Violates the Constitution and the Senses Act and could cause some states to lose congressional seats. The Supreme Court says it will hear arguments on November 30th. That's one month before its state population counts are due to be submitted to the president. This
Native American groups condemn U.S. Supreme Court decision that halts the 2020 Census count early
"This is national native news making camera in for Antonio. Gonzales the supreme. Court. On Tuesday granted a request by the trump administration to suspend an order by a lower court that would have allowed the twenty twenty cents count to continue through October the move was condemned by the National Congress of American Indians the native American rights. Fund. And the National Urban, Indian family coalition who said the administration is trying to end the twenty twenty cents his count early in order to control the apportionment numbers which determine the number of each state's congressional representatives. A group of Native American tribes, advocacy groups, cities, and counties had sued to maintain an extended deadline for the count originally put in place by the US commerce secretary in April because of the covid nineteen pandemic that was later reversed NCAA I said in a statement that the administration's efforts will quote result in incomplete numbers, effectively excluding non-citizens and suppressing the. Count of minority communities including American Indians and Alaskan natives. The Supreme Court's ruling puts the count on hold while the trump administration and advocates argue in a federal appeals court NCAA I is urging the legislative extension of deadlines warning stopping. The census will quote condemn Indian country to a loss of political representation and its fair share of resources for the next decade. This year, the FCC opened a window of opportunity for native Americans to secure rights to their own wireless broadband networks as Jacob. Resnick reports regional tribes such as Central Council of the Clinton and Haida Indian tribes of Alaska are working to establish an intertribal broadband network to improve internet connectivity across coastal Alaska Southeast. Alaska tribes have few communities connected by road, and while the Internet has helped bridge gaps from physical distances, it's often far from fast or reliable tribal vice president will make Lynn says it high is among hundreds of tribal entities nationwide to apply for a special wireless spectrum license to fill gaps in communities underserved by commercial carriers we don't have a profit motive, our motives. Delivery of service. I really be broadband is a an inherent right for our tribal citizens and That is made ever clear to me by the impacts of the covered nineteen. Where efficiencies and infrastructures became ever more apparent this year, the FCC made possible by offering a spectrum for wireless broadband to native communities. Any unclaimed bandwidth will be auctioned off later to private carriers, but I, the SEC will need to issue the licenses and when it does of tribes across the US are expected to have a unique opportunity to fill gaps in connectivity in underserved areas, which describes most of Rural Alaska. For National Native News. I'm Jacob Bresnik in Juneau Alaska. The Alaska Supreme Court ruled this week that people voting by mail will not need a witness to sign their ballots Katie Oh reported the Arctic Village Council and others had sued to block the signature requirement because of the covid nineteen pandemic. The Anchorage Superior Court ruled in their favor but the division of elections appealed it to the State Supreme Court Natalie Lander is with the Native American Rights Fund, and represented the plaintiffs. She told the court voters at a higher risk for the virus including Arctic village residents face a choice between their health and casting their ballots. It's not worth it to vote. I have to expose myself to this illness for another person and I think that's the problem, the unpredictability and the fear that we're putting voters. Now, the pandemic is not the state's fault but the requirement is. The attorney for the division of elections argued changing rules in the middle of the election will confuse voters and that the plaintiffs didn't prove getting a witness as a severe burden. The court will issue a full opinion at a later date. For National Native News I'm Megan Camera.
How Our Brain Develops and Addiction.
"High Sober Solar 's it's Lynn from Peachtree City Georgia. Soon to. Be. Lynn from Pinewood Forrest Georgia. Oh my gosh I'm deep in the throes of moving. I. Have this coming Friday, which will be Friday the ninth of October. Three weeks until I moved into a new joint. So I'm really excited I'm not getting much sleep I'm so excited. I think part of that is also because of God bless America what's going on in America? How are you all doing? Yea. Isn't this fun? Two Thousand Twenty is so much fun. Right Oh. My goodness. I. Have to share with you. One of my new coping skills in this is a beauty I am subscribing to burn doodle facebook pages, Labrador doodle facebook pages I've already been subscribed. Two hundred gazillion King. Charles. Cavalier. FACEBOOK pages. That's the kind of dog that I have and what else? Oh, Yeah Mimi, what does she? Again? You know I just said to Google. Mimi is how ridiculous is that? She is a Reykdal. It's just so nice because my facebook feed now has all of these super cute puppies and kittens in them. Yeah, you gotTa do to you gotTa do in the Year Two thousand twenty. Alrighty then I talked to my move. What I'm doing to cope animal wise this week and what else can I share with you? Oh, yeah. Part of what I'm doing. I may have mentioned this before, but if I didn't I am really minimizing. What I'm taking with me on this move and it's really hard to do. Oh my gosh, I am trying to. Only take the stuff that I. Love. Really love with me. And I'm just laughing at the process I. Don't know if any of you have tried to do this. You know you set up these boxes in your house and you're like throw away giveaway and keep and do any of you take things out of one box and put it in another repeatedly this is what I'm finding myself doing an eventually. It goes in one of the giveaway or throw away boxes but God. That's hard. It's a struggle as always trying to keep it light and bright before I dive into some Super Neuro nerdy stuff and wanted to share with you in a slightly different format. What I use in my perspective with my clients and a huge part of that perspective is neurobiology. In addiction and recovery but also something called life span development psychology L. DP how's that life span developmental psychology and how it affects addiction and recovery so are you ready cause here we go i. Let me define what L. D. P. is life span developmental psychology it is the scientific study of growth and Change Yeah throughout our human development it examines thoughts feelings behaviors in how they change during a person's life and how this change over the span of our life encompasses takes in biology social emotional and cognitive processes process the eased. Although there are typical pathways of development that most individuals follow no two people are exactly alike in the way that they change immature time. This is why cut and paste kind of treatment. Doesn't work for the most part. As an aside I don't know if any of you are watching the documentary on what is it on? Hbo I think called the vow and it's about this group called nexium that was delivering what they called quote Unquote Tech around personal development and what their tech was was trying to outline a step by step process at how to get what you. You're supposed to get personal development in insight into your own behavior and your inner life. When you work with a counselor, they were trying to do it sequentially and Nice little package and boy Oh, boy does this happen a lot that's reproducible that can be given to anybody. So you go through these courses and that the end you've gotten some remarkable insight into yourself. However. The problem with that is that you are all individuals over time your. Stuff. That comes into your system is going to be different at and happen at different times than your siblings even. So when people attempt to apply like programming if you will to the human psyche. It must be individualized and that comes only through discussion individual discussion over time with an individual. When I'm working with a client, I am going to look to help them you explain your life to make sense of your past in the present by looking at your environment and things that have precipitated or prevented growth and changes across your lifespan. Looking at things that optimize development in order to optimize or clarify or give you good outcomes what must be done is to apply appropriate theories to help you develop missing skills and navigate these situations that you navigated all by yourself way back when with no modeling healthy modeling and no real intervention terrible word. But that's the word we use intervention by somebody who knew what they were doing in, for instance, the realm of communication or the realm of dealing with. Emotions all that kind of stuff. So if you pull back and look at the stages of human development, there are predictable stages, but any number of circumstances can interrupt that normal development at any stage or age, and then lead to arrange of problems which might include substance use ongoing addiction issues or a multitude of other mental health illnesses. Let's briefly go through those stages. The first one is prenatal development development in the womb has an important impact on early psychological
Environmental Police Help Coyote Stuck On Boat In Lynn, Northeast of Boston
"On a boat in Lynn this happening on Friday, The boat was docked at the Volunteer Yacht Club in Lynn with a Swampscott animal control environmental police. They were able to help the coyote out without hurting it. And then the coyote was released back into the wild and Alice Deck. Bloomberg business need any
Boston - AG Maura Healey Launches Voter Protection Initiative at Lynn YMCA
"Healey, bringing the message of voters rights to the North Shore with the election. Just weeks away, Attorney General Maura Healey visited Lynn, where her office is community enforcement division, handed out leaflets at a local Y M C a way want them to know here in Massachusetts that their right to vote will be protected that their ballots will be counted and Also want them to have basic information because this year course way have voters. Palin voting for the first time the outdoor dining
Battery Rollout Plan Plus Elon Musk Production Email
"We're here today we are talking about a potential roadmap for tests roll out of their new forty, six eighty battery cells, and then we have a few other news stories to go through on Tesla's well, we'll start off with batteries where we have quite a bit of new information coming from a very active Ilan on twitter today and the first tweet I want to highlight here is on the forty-six, eighty sal and gigabyte lint yuan in response to whole Mars on twitter says quote Berlin will. Use Forty eighty sell with structural battery pack and front and rear single piece castings. Also new paint system. A lot of new technology will happen in Berlin, which means significant production risk Fremont and Shanghai will transition in about two years when new tack is proven and quote this whole situation with the ramp up of Gigabit, Lan has caused quite a bit of confusion because we do expect that to happen sometime pretty early in twenty twenty one probably sometime in q two would be the start production. But Tesla on the other hand side a lot of the technology during Battery Day was still in sort of a pilot phase and I think there were a lot of sumptious that initially this new Salle would be used in the Plaid Model S, which we know isn't expected until late twenty, twenty one. So that's where the confusion comes in of. Okay. What cells are going to be used in that initial motto why Production Pretty early next year from Giga Berlin with this tweet from Ilana it. Appears that we now have a pretty conclusive answer that from the beginning, it seems like tussle will be trying to use those forty six eighty tablets, battery cells, as well as these of of sell to pack or released sell to vehicles structure battery format as for the chemistry used in those cells. Tesla during the Battery Day presentation split up into three groups, iron based Nicholas, manganese, and high nickel in terms of cathodes and the model why image did appear in the nickel plus manganese section of that. Approach. So presumably, that's what we would see in the model. Why though did add in another tweet that quote we do expect to make heavy use of LLP for medium range cars and stationary storage and quote with L. B.. Being with the modern phosphate I think one of the key questions around the ramp up of the model y from Berlin is how Tesla handles that and the potential osborne effect that that could have on Mata y from let's say Shanghai or from Fremont this could be one of those ways if actually starts off with a lithium iron phosphate model Y in Berlin that would be. Obviously, a lower end vehicle that may have specs more comparable to what Tesla's producing today and Fremont, and presumably soon in Shanghai on the other hand, it would be a little bit unusual for Tesla to start production with some of that lower and vehicle usually they start on the higher end that work their way down. So I think whichever way Tesla approaches it is going to have its own set of issues and that's going to be one of the most interesting things to see how it gets handled. Next year we'll set that aside for now I wanNA talk more about the production and the timelines. Year homers reaction to this on twitter I'm not GonNa read all of it here but basically, he said that you had sandbagged the presentation during battery died in terms of of the timelines and he replied to those tweets by saying quote prototypes or a piece of cake. A high volume production of a new technology is extremely hard takes much longer than people think to climb the production s curve I can't emphasize enough that production is by far the hard part and quote this was something that Yulon emphasized consistently throughout the day presentation saying that not all the stuff is fully functional yet in a full. High speed production type of way just working really right now in a pilot line and with somewhat low yields or not yields up to what they would like quite yet. So that's what Tesla is working on figuring out right now at that pilot line, and once they do that hopefully, they can expand the concepts used in that pilot line pretty quickly in Gigabyte Lynn but I think that is the uncertainty that remains if the main issue is yield, Tesla knows how to settle this stuff up and they can get some production out of it. They may just not be able to produce at a higher. Rate for some period of time until those yields improve, obviously it's going to be more capital efficient if Tesla can figure that out on the pilot line before expanding dramatically in. Giga. Burlington but it's not like it's a binary thing. There's a lot of new technology here a lot of different steps in this process that Tesla's working on making more efficient and I'm sure some of those advancements those new technologies are ready to go right now with high yields while others such as the dry battery electrode process will probably take tesla a little bit more time to perfect. But just because a part of that. Process is imperfect yet doesn't mean that there's not going to be any production. It just means that production is going to be constrained until TUSLA can improve that the other element here that we haven't talked about yet is what about Giga Texas it seems pretty clear that if did you, Berlin is going to be using the new cell right off the bat. Then Gig a Texas probably also doing the same as we've talked about the targeted date for first substantial completion forget Texas is may first twenty twenty one. So we put all that together. It seems like by Q. Three next year Tesla is aiming. To have these new cells being produced at three locations, the pilot line and Fremont Gigabyte Lynn and access. So let's breakdown how this all might fit together and how it might spread across various product lines and will start with a couple of points. Tesla. Made at Battery Day. So the first is the plan Tesla said that in twenty twenty two, they hope to produce one hundred gigawatt hours of battery cells in house. We also know that the pilot line in Fremont, they hope to get that to output of ten gigawatt hours per year. But over time they hope to have each assembly line be capable. Of An output of twenty gigawatt hours per year. So piecing all these things together, I've put together a hypothetical forty-six eighty battery roadmap emphasis on hypothetical because a lot of this is just guesswork at this point in time but hopefully, we can kind of use this as a starting point and have a discussion about it and slowly gain more confidence in this roadmap as time goes by. So to orientate those of you that are watching on video on the left hand side, I have the products and then a hypothetical average capacity for each battery pack inside of those products then I have a table with. The number of units from each location the Fremont Pilot Line Giga Berlin and Gigi Texas, and then a second table showing the amount of batteries that would be required in gigawatt hours for that level of production each year
Activists Block ICE Agents From Making Arrest In Lynn, North of Boston
"NewsRadio and Linda standoff with ice agents as residents mobilized to prevent a deportation. The Lynn item tells the story of the ice ban apprehended that apprehended a Guatemalan immigrant and active member of the Lin community yesterday on Floyd Floyd Street. They placed him in an unmarked black van as his daughter watched on as ice agents waited for another family member to show up to take care of the girl who is a minor. Family members contacted Lin United for change. They reached out to community activists who quickly mobilized about 40 people arrived. They sat on the ground. A sit in tow, literally prevent that ban to block the van from leaving. They sat down in the middle of the street, blocking the vans path. About an hour later, the man identified as rebel Yo Gonzalez was allowed to leave the vehicle. He hugged his daughter and waved teary thanks to the crowd as a follow up here. Gonzalez is required to show up to an immigration appointment at the Ice office in Burlington. Ice officials could not be reached for comment on this incident. That was published in the Lin
It's Time to Double Down on All That is Good!
"He's solar has its Lynn. Gosh I'm so sorry I left. y'All hanging last week Yep I went a little. Am I A and I'm going to tell you why a little sweaty this morning because I'm nervous and no, I haven't relapsed. There's nothing like that. It's more about what's happening in the United States of America where I live I know I have a lot of people listening who don't live in the country that I live in. So I'd be surprised if y'all hadn't heard about what happened last night and that is our first presidential debate. As we? Go into the final weeks before we vote for the president of the United, states don't worry I'm not going to get all political here. What I want to talk about today is how it is affecting this stuff that's going on in two thousand and twenty all of it including the race relations and Covid nineteen and the economy and what seems to be a little bit of a problem with our democracy in the united. States how it's affecting me, and that's why I'm a little nervous because I want to share with you what I've been going through in the hopes that we can all get through this together. So going back to last week, I have not been sleeping well, I. Think I've mentioned this a couple of times on previous podcast in the later months of the summer, but it's really been a combination I think of what's been happening. You know with everybody in the United States in the world around Cova da and uncertainty, but it's really gotten to be a peak for me because. I am frustrated and I'm not sure what to do with all of this Energy Aka frustration as I explained before in previous episodes I, know a lot of it has come from or at least not a lot of it but some of it has come from where I live. So I know I have control over that I'm changing that up I'm really excited about the move that I'm making to this wonderful development and a new place to set as my home, my home base a that's not all of it. The conundrum, which by the way isn't that a great word. Gosh. Okay. As an aside, it was also one of my favorite wines that I used to drink long ago just to get that out there the conundrum that I'm dealing with right now is okay what's going on with me in terms of how I'm feeling about all of this sustained uncertainty and damn what can I do about it? Like many of you I'm tired of this really really tired of not knowing the right steps to take who look for for leadership who to believe you know what to do in my day to make it more effective for me to stay healthy it just seems. Like one big mess, I am truly tired of having conversations with people that end in dispute not because we don't like each other because we have different values and different ideals of the world. All of that is okay. I know how to make boundaries around that. But Damn it's been really difficult this year because we're getting slammed with. So much of it. It being choices that we have to make day in and day out without any real guidance exhausting it's fatigue it's overwhelm and we have to figure out how to get back up from this we really do and I don't mean to sound like. Old Nineteen eighties. Cheerleader Lynn at all, that's not who wanna be for this podcast. Really. Not who I want to be in life anymore when I'm looking at to help me is to dig deep. To figure out how am I gonNA lift myself out of this conundrum this tricky confusing and difficult problem that I find myself
Philadelphia Opening Satellite Election Locations To Make It Easier For Residents To Cast Ballots Early
"Well well during during the the debate, debate, President President Trump Trump mentioned. mentioned. Philadelphia Philadelphia then then claimed claimed that that poll poll watchers watchers were were thrown thrown out out yesterday yesterday at at voting voting locations locations around around the the city. city. Officials Officials say say that's that's not not true. true. W tym Jimenez joins us live with the details. Good morning to him. Good morning, Linda. A lot to unpack here. It was towards the end of the debate. When the integrity of the election came up in the president had this to say in Philadelphia. They went in to watch. They were called Pollwatch is a very safe. Very nice thing. They were thrown out. They weren't allowed to watch. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia. Bad things. Miller. This followed that earlier in the day when the president tweeted about the poll watchers being thrown out of what he calls voting places. All that not true, according to city officials. So what he's referring to are not polling places of of the seven satellite election offices that opened up yesterday here in Philadelphia. They're poll watchers there because there are only supposed to be president at actual polling places on Election Day. These officers are aware study residents Congar, a registered voter apply for a mail in ballot complete that and drop it off. Ballads are being secured and are not allowed to be opened until Election Day. Mayor Kenny and Twitters to the city is following state laws Lynn and not the president's suites, and he maintains there. Again doing everything they can to make sure this is safe and fair Election and once again saying these air, not polling places. These are the satellite election offices that started open up yesterday. All right, thanks very much. W tym Jimenez joining us live
Chargers doctor punctured QB Tyrod Taylor's lung with pain-killing injection
"The Los Angeles Chargers now their team doctor. Accidentally want a puncturing quarterback Tyrod Taylor is lung. You guys see what I just said? The team doctor accidentally punctured Tyrod Taylor is long just before kickoff On Sunday. They're trying to administer a pain killing injection to his cracked ribs. That's according to Anthony Lynn, and we're going to hear from him in a second, but that's why he didn't start Sunday. And Justin Herbert came out there Look great, Really. He almost beat Mahomes and the Chiefs. But anyway, let's go to Anthony Lynn right now hear his comments about a team doctor, inflicting the damage on some quarterback. I'm not angry at all That happens, You know, Like I said, I can't go into details about it, but it was a complication with shot and you know no one's perfect. Don't think anyone in this zone is perfect, so it happens. But the doctor was a good man It'sjust unfortunate for that's Anthony Lynn there so now that I like Anthony lent by the way, just for the record that's for for over nine hours have been a little tough deal, though. Guys, it's a tough deal, and it puts him in a really tough situation like he's got a Defend kind of all parties involved, and through it all, he's not a boy. He's a better man than me. I'd be very upset. By the way. Justin Herbert will start again Sunday against Carolina
AP Source: Chargers' team doctor punctured Taylor's lung
"Adam, Schefter just reported that tyrod Taylor. The reason why he did not get to play this past week in an intern air bear started for the first time against Kansas City chiefs at ended with hitting a fifty eight yard field goals and another fifty eight yard field goal. But a highly contested matchup between the chargers the chiefs it is now being reported that the chargers team doctor accidentally punctured his own quarterback tyrod Taylor's lung just before kick-off. Sunday while trying to administer a painkilling injection to the quarterbacks cracked ribs league and team sources have told ESPN. According to my sources. Adam Schefter says, now, this sounds terrible whenever you give your I read this and like especially the way she afterward it there the chargers team doctor punctured his own quarterbacks lungs, and that sounds absolutely bad and I was kind of mind blown by this believe it or not. We are given a heads up on this yesterday but we're not a big news breaking world I don't want to dive into the news breaking world because there's a bunch of Peron in sharks in. Going ever dive in there. So I asked around to a couple former teammates in friends of mine that have maybe gotten the same procedure how the hell can something like this happens this sounds terrible in the answer I got from everybody who has had this procedure done, which by the way is marketing, which is in the Novacaine. There's another Cain the mark which is. A numbing agent basically that gets shot directly into the area that is injured for instance, in this particular case, the cracked ribs. Now, the reason why it's done. So close to game time is because it only lasts four four and a half hours so they can't get it done in the morning because the numbness wear off, they can't get it done the night before because. Off they have to do it right before the game, which is why it was surprised to everybody that air bear was starting over tyrod Taylor, including Air Bear, and I would assume the entire chargers offense. Now, what happens though just like whenever you're in surgery now granted this happened to the people I talked to harm percents short happened to tyrod Taylor but just like whenever you go in for surgery for anything, they tell you the possible side effects this could. Potentially happen because surgery this could potentially happen. It's like basically this small print at the bottom of contracts like, Hey, this is all the good looking come from this but also this can happen every person that I talked to got a similar treatment as this said that they were told by the doctor that there was a chance that along could get punctured in the process because when you're giving a shot into the ribs, the long obviously is right there one. A. Hundred percent sure of tyrod Taylor. Was told that before we got the shock. I'm just telling you what I was told by people who got very the exact same situation here free. The bruised ribs are cracked ribs allegedly this is a much more common practice than even I knew about I've probably seen guys potentially get this shop before and didn't even know this was happening because I had nothing to do with me but I guess this is a pretty Common practice whenever you have a crab or bruise rib because it works like a charm I was told and I was also told that they shoot it a little bit above wherever the crack or the bruises in. Let's just settling in for four and a half five hours. You feel amazing. It's that next day you see more that night when it wears off that you feel absolutely terrible thus why I am incredibly happy that I played a position where no motherfuckers. where I could potentially need that. So that is what happened. We obviously tease piece for the punctured lung and the cracked ribs for tyrod. Taylor but from my knowledge of my research calling people that got a similar thing, they said that they were told that was a possible outcome. It's like point one percent that it could happen. But in surgery just like anything in the medical field, there is obviously a chance at something bad to happen it happened tyrod Taylor. I'm not giving an excuse for the doctor do your fucking job right? Especially whenever the people that told me, they said it's like a ninety nine. percent chance it goes well and nothing happens. So if you get that one percent and it's a failure, obviously the doctor did not do here and I would assume would have to answer for that. But that is what I've been told about this entire process. That is why it was such a shock to everybody including air bear who said he was surprised in ancient said, let's go and do this. So I think that is why everything happened the way it is I've been told I'm not a doctor they are not doctors but a punctured lung on punctures itself somehow I don't know that means I guess. Shout out to the human body for puncturing itself. He could play week to week is really could potentially play next week. What do you say day breaking news just from in report he's not GonNa play this week harbored is going to start. Okay. So here we go. There's big news not playing this week. So as long isn't completely on punctured and also. I think that is why because the way one down in him losing the starting job was actually the chargers fault that is why Anthony Lynn came out and said unless. tyrod is he's still are started because I would assume Anthony Len former player was like we gotta fuck this guy here. So whenever he was asked about who's the starter even after incredible debut by Air Bear in the game that they had against the Super Bowl Champs Anthony Lynn probably was. I mean, we couldn't say it obviously because worn one hundred percent. Sure because at the time they're probably still reviewing and Anthony Lane. Prada. Didn't get a chance to do a full checkup on house whatever the case maybe didn't and he didn't want to be like. tyrod Taylor's by the way. We're the reason he's out and he is we made this disease like they. Couldn't say that. So that's why I think I was confused by the way insulin handled the question I think a lot of people are potentially confused but now we know air bear starting this weekend tyrod Taylor not only has cracked ribs but also punctured lung hopefully that unpunctual quickly we're not doctors they have no idea but it is nice to know that this type of thing does happen has happened in the past we probably. Haven't heard about it for whatever reason, and this is something that happens on a regular basis with success. So it's not like they were going above and beyond to make him put him on the field. This is something that has happened in the past
The Girl in Black
"Why don't you start by telling us some your experiences, what you kind of happened to you and how that kind of contributes to your podcast. Or. The paranormal in as since of ghosts. Ghosts. Demons. have been the major story of what I've experienced on the ranch, the infamous ranch of ever. Listen so our episode, I. Talk about a lot Majority of everything that's happening have their fraum. Seeing white creature in the woods to cheering easy footsteps and knocks and walking around invoices or even I remember one especially experience where this is when I was working overnights. For about eight years when I was living there had her own room up in the apartment building about concrete my grandfather built he has so many kids he had to make more rooms. So all his kids already, you know adults Mary live in another state. So he offered me and my brother take up to those rooms I have one by myself. But I one I think he's like after new right because we use up during the day I I was between awake and asleep and I could've sworn I saw a girl probably like eleven twelve and all black and when I say on black I don't mean just her dress I mean her skin or hair or is everything was just black and I can hear her saying get up. Get up and then by bow on my nightstand gap and I see woke up and nobody was there. But I still see the vibration on a desk from somebody hitting it. So was this like a shadow person or was this just like a fully defined entity that was just Colored all black. I mean a show person. She see you can't see much detail with it's almost just like a silhouette of person this I could see detail because even you could see the lace in her dress. Oh that's that's. That's terrifying. That's just one of many experienced on that ranch and funny thing is I told my brother about it and he said you saw her to. You know you you use Tuesday. Yeah. He saw standing lynn his peripheral vision one night when he was playing video games and he looked in the corner is I guess you're standing in front of the door. Or that is so it wasn't just a while it only happened to you. This is something that's actively going on to other people in the building. But other than just me and him, and that one Pacific Times I haven't seen her in there. Ever since that one period that one moment say or when experience.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Things are going good for him. He got the car back and that was running going good. How many times did you see it? Six seven in the first engagement alone. Yeah Franklin Jealous Dracula deer which I actually Still like breaking away. which was a big film that year? Who A I don't think it holds up I do? I recently actually holds up pretty well the enemy though Hor which has a couple of times even though I didn't care for the wonders unders which I loved that about six times to this day whenever I find myself in a bad neighborhood territory the marlins as the folk singer girl more American graffiti. I never saw. It was a very good job. Okay apocalypse now which was to me rocky was my personal favorite movie but apocalypse now was the movie of the year right as far as I was concerned and I took the bus to Hollywood to see it at the Cinerama Dome and got the program that they gave out and I still have the life magazine. Brando on the cover was into into everything about apocalypse. Now I've been reading about it for years. Couldn't wait to see that that's one that I imagine being one of the guys on the boat and of course you could have been any of them. I would have wanted to be frederic forrest character. Of course well Frederic Forrest is good but you could also been WHO's the surfer? Nah I'm not going to beat it over. Sam Bottoms Serve Robert Young's movie rich kids which I thought Sneak preview back on the East F. Sneak previews remember that. Of course I saw. I saw raiders of the lost Ark at a sneak preview. Don't you see it with. I was by itself. It was like there was a thing sneak preview picture and we went when back then normally. A sneak preview was attached to another movie. So it's like Oh so you're gonna see this thing but if you stay. I think there was an ad in the times and in times and I knew enough to know that something about it was like I didn't know Harrison Ford really but I wanted to see it. We'll rich kids. Were sort of like the Ardy New York version of a little romance home. I see also a when it came out a Concord Airport Nineteen seventy-nine. I've seen that. Recently it was on do the Retro Channel or whatever the one the one that I like the one that I've actually seen a few times that I really like is airport. Seventy seven. The one with Jack Lemmon is the good. Yeah it's a pretty good burt Lancaster's kind of funny because it's so antiquated exact us but I do love it on the airplane. They all like in. Once upon a time in Hollywood everyone dresses up to fly. They do and justice for all with. I think it's three times just for the ending alone. How how big Richard Gere Fan? You were the APP was falling all those guys and now the thing is I knew I could never play. Which Gere's here's character but there is his buddy in the movie chick venire for two seconds? Had A little moment. 'cause he played Mar of the leather man in thank God. It's Friday how he was kind of guy and thank God. It's Friday. This was his follow up movie. It was the woman in Yanks At least I barker. Oh okay as she later. Did Editors Way cutters cutter's way is a good movie. Maybe not I feel. That was a big thing at the time. meteoroid meteoroid theater when it came out with Nelly would and Sean Connery When a stranger calls I saw that when it came out ten I saw that when it came no ten was that year black stallion? I saw that when it came out. Movie called Avalanche Express with Robert. Sean Lee Marvin Robert Shaw's last movie. I saw that when it came out starting getting over with Burt Reynolds. I saw that when it came out. I've never seen it can't experience. Oh Yeah No. It's terrific Yeah James L. Brooks James. It's his first. It's the beginning of James Brooks because this is first script where it's like okay. What he would do as other things is there right and starting you know like New Orleans scripts are there before even she started directing Fisher I didn't see the fish that saved Pittsburgh when it came out but I did see Stanley Kramer's movie. The runner stumbles symbols with Dick Van. Dyke and Kathleen Quinlan were there a priest and a nun. Phone love realized controversial K.. Didn't see the the Saw The rose with Bat yes. Great Santa I didn't see it in seventy nine. It didn't started playing again. Big Time in the in in one thousand nine hundred eighty so this was this engagement screen so I didn't see the Great Santini. I did see one thousand nine. Forty one couldn't wait to see nine hundred forty one went to disagree with everybody. I loved it. I read the paperback novelization. The Bob Gale wrote how realize how much they could out of the movie and I went into this and again I was one of the ones where I took the bus from the South Bay to see making forty one at the center of a Dome Dome being there. I saw that I didn't quite appreciate it. I liked it but I didn't quite appreciate Star Trek the motion picture which talk myself into liking all right and I talked to myself on the liking. Even though I didn't really quite like it then I saw it again and I didn't quite like it then. I saw it again ten years later and I didn't quite like it but then I saw it two years ago and I showed it to Danielle on my wife and she had never seen any star trek movies and she liked it and finally sing it a fourth time completely taking taking in what. It's not. I finally could see it for what it was. I can't appreciate it also. It was just kind of fun about saying William Shatner starring the literally at that time the most expensive movie the and who's the villain it doesn't really have a villain. Yeah it doesn't have a problem a black hole which had Robert Forster and I saw that that I saw this now now. It's now all the big science fiction extravaganzas. They've been making for a year. Now they're all coming out at the end of the jerk. I naturally so that a couple of times all that jazz not only do I see all that jazz when it came out playing on one of the few theaters in the South Bay the UA Turin's that was a standalone theater. Most of them were multiplexes. Two other ones in the South Bay and but one of the They usually played the big epic movies like an apocalypse clips. Now or a close encounters star wars would play there but the U. E. Torrance managed. I have managed to have really wonderful experiences. I remember like like even seeing Annie Hall there on a Sunday so new Willey on movie didn't know anything about it just I was fourteen eighteen fourteen. Yeah I just because it came at the year before. Yeah Yeah and so I. I just looked in the newspaper. It was playing at a three thirty. You show on a Sunday. I didn't even tell my mom what I was doing. I just hopped on the bike. Rode out there and saw any hall and little little. Did I know I'm seeing a real piece of cinema art. That my twelve or thirteen year old brain's not really kind of it's equipped equipped to handle it but it's handling it. It's a thing right. I've seen thank right and you knew it and the thing. That's even hard for critics. It's time to to to decipher right. I mean some people thought it was a joke machine because they couldn't see the depth and signed it. Wasn't that a while. My mind was blown but but I had seen something. That wasn't wasn't bananas and take the money or take the money and run. And so I I remember. I rode my bicycle home. So I've just seen Annie Hall and it's left it leaves you kind of melancholy kind of wistful feeling and I'm I'm having melancholy wistful fillings about something. I've never lived and I ride the bike home and I just kind of go in my room and I remember blind down on the bed and thinking about what it was that I saw. Wow that's so nice one of my favorite movie memories of coming home from Sunday afternoon. It's still daylight outside. My mom didn't even know I went to the movies you know and I'm just kind of having this private moment with any hall and I ended up having a similar thing with all that jazz however the thing that I remember about all that jazz by this point in time I'm lying about my age and I'm working at the pussycat theater right. I remember this so I'm working on a porno theater. I'm sixteen years old saying I'm I'm eighteen and I'm working at the pussycat theater and I just get off work and I go and see and I. It was Friday today and I just got paid Friday night and just got paid and I go see all that jazz and while I'm in the theatre. Blue is my paycheck. Yeah it was that I was the Trappist disaster and I still like the movie so much I was still happy. Even with a design a tragedy a a disaster disaster disaster and I still love the movie. I still thought it was terrific. I didn't really get all that jazz when I saw it as a kid to be honest I I I like it. I love it now but at the time I found it like she's death I don't know the whole thing was a little actually got that. It's I think I got everything I needed to get and I didn't I didn't I didn't bother me. Yeah I saw Richard. Richard Leicester's Cuba when it came out can do much for me. the electric horseman which was really good. At the time I saw chapter to which I didn't didn't care for when it came out and now comes down to the more exploitation. He kind of things I think independent movies I circle of iron. which was David Carey? Movie is is based on the Bruce Lee. Scream played the silent flute. Obviously Richard Pryor Live in concert. I saw this Shixiang classic movie. Bermuda triangle did like Noah's Ark didn't back So the warriors when that i-it's hi it's absolutely did I say I'm a big Fan of this movie. We recently at the new. Beverly and I've actually I actually. I'll tell the story to people from time to time. It's interesting enough. It's almost a better story until the movie was the movie. The promise by Gil cates. The Guy did the directed Academy Awards all the time. A phoebe cates his father author. Shyam.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Serving that you were not happy. Stop now and guess what I. Yeah Yeah so the thing is like we talked it up and tried to make it for a long long time and then finally got got accepted at a small company called senatorial that kind of high end exploitation movies True Romance. Yeah sure mets Paul Hertzberg and Lisa Hansen. They ran the company and one of the things about them is they had for a while they. We're actually getting theatrical engagements. And they would do that through their company Semetel but the thing is they had an output deal with Columbia so they had prestigious video uh-huh releases. I think their biggest they had. They had some expectation he hits like you know nine seven six evil or something like that But I think they're they're they're their most. Prestigious movie was that bill will be relentless. We're Jed Nelson place a serial killer and so they got the film then they got then they got me started. They hired me to do a couple of rewrites on a couple of movies that they were doing to dialogue excited I was completely excited. And so they were going to do with Ballistic because I'd been I've been pointed bill direction from Scott Spiegel wrote wrote evil dead to a friend of mine and I sent him true romance and and had written reservoir dogs by that time. True Romance Ansah read natural born killers at the time so he read both of them and he thought well they can't be made. But this kick anomaly right but then he started like. Why can't you romance be made? Maybe I could make and so he was going to do it with Senator Al.. There was an interesting thing. Senatorial had a woman who ended up being a really really helpful to me. She was hired as the leader development at senator name was Cath Catlin. No good name and she used to be Tony Scott's assistant And she's their development person so she's the one that Kinda hired me for To do a dialogue Polish and another movie that they did and she kind of worked through me on that one and her big thing was bringing true romance to the company because she really really liked it. Well well she finds out that. I'm a huge Tony Scott Fan so she actually introduced me and and so Tony Kitchen brought around. It was on the set of less boy-scout so who's that kid you brought around. She goes oh he's a really young writer that I'm I'm I'm grooming him and she was grooming grooming. She totally was totally me to be professional. And she says young rider that he's really talented and I'm bringing them up through the ranks at senator. Al And he wrote a really terrific script. Okay well why don't you send me a couple of scripts. I wouldn't mind reading them now. Cool so she sent him true romance and reservoir dogs so he reads it and he goes. I WANNA do reservoir dogs. And she's like well that's when he will from self to do and and and I could could tempt him but I actually. It sounds like he's getting going. It sounds like it's actually happening and it was starting to actually be a real thing. It wasn't just a pipe dream and partly because I had actually sold Taroman so I was legit. I sold it to senator. That was a company people had heard up. Yeah it's a big deal. Yeah it was a big deal I it was actually a producer writer. But I'm on my way to being produced right. Yeah and that was all that was only need. As far as legitimacy was concerned the writer could could be a direct of course other it takes some guts and so she was so he goes okay. Well let's do the other one. Well how about the other one true romance. Well we have that. Well what what. Why don't we do it together right? I'll do it for you. And so the thing about it is so he wanted to do it and and so I wanted to and there was nothing excited me more than Tony Scott. That must have been like your greatest day. It was amazing. A whole lot of stuff had to be worked out. I mean like the less I think ended up getting paid like one hundred thousand dollars to not make the movie right away and then there was. All kind of senator wasn't involved with it anymore. I think they ended up selling the the rights to semi ideas company. And so but Tony ended up making the movie through Samuel Company and so he made the film and and it was a situation where it was like. You guys got the money to buy out by healthy small guys right. And so they didn't and they bought them out and they made the film and while they were doing that. Were you making reservoir dogs. So the thing is I had already made reservoir dogs by L. This time so it was like all that it took them the time. It took me to make reservoir dogs. How much time it took them to get disentangled from the whole Senator Bill Belichick thing but then to the outside world? It looked like you had like eight things at once exactly. No it was a combination of. It's like came the moment of quantum so I make sure I make reservoir dogs. That's my first thing and it was a big deal that the first thing that ever got produced was was directed by me. Yes because we're in it because I wasn't put into this. You know the saying of a writer trying to be. The director after arteries established himself as a writer. I didn't have to go through that. I was accepted as a director from the critics very first movie right very then in. I'm really short order. After reservoir dogs true romance goes into production and natural killers goes into production right efforts. I mean boom boom. So they're both going to be coming out before by next movie now. I'm writing my next movie. I'm writing pulp fiction now right and I've already written from dusk dawn so literally. It's going to have happened that it's reservoir. A reservoir dogs gets made romance gets made the natural born killers gets made. Then I make pulp fiction and then that from desktop don gets me so like everything I ever wrote is all all of a sudden produced and made in like a less than four year period. Well it was. It was amazing because you also changed changed everything else. Everything else got changed because of the things you wrote. Well the one of the things that was like but one of the things actually was like line of demarcation one thing that really boated bode well for me as far as like a establishing me especially by the time pulp fiction came out was reservoir. Dogs was enough of a smash as a first time film in the independent film. Saying to really be waiting for the you know the kids sophomore.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"While he's writing this do or die give it all mad love of two psycho killers that he finds so completely romantic making him out. And so you would see scenes from Jerome and I and they're going on and it's going on and then it would be punctuated by scenes from Clarence script. Wow of natural born killers and told because you to take that out well it was just too much. I knew I knew to take it out. I need to take with wet. It made the thing three hours long. All right and was also some of the fun stuff in the script so like A. Maybe Mickey Mallory deserve. Look I love the idea now. Rain they would it would be. It would be fantastic but at at the time one thing that made it unwieldy. Yeah it's the thing that made it too much right but it sounds kinda great. It sounds awesome. Yeah right but the thing that made it too much but also if the characters are that great why not make a whole script about them which is which is what I did was. I was trying to get points on the board at that point so I can make. It was better to have scripts one magnum opus. That no one would make because it's way too long long owned by the way this is your first trip a road. Did you sell true romance before you made reservoir dogs. Are you made reservoir dogs before you sold true romance everything. It just happened at once everything. True Mass was was always the first thing bike. came down. Cut The whole thing down all right and then and Roger typed it up and so I was with them the entire time typing it up and he wanted to produce the film and so he didn't go off and write on it but he's typing up and we're trying to make it as good as we possibly can right so. He went through the scripts like well. I don't know about this and I don't know if this can. We make this a funny joke. You know things like that so we get to those bits. We talk him out. Yeah and we talked him out and everything and he came up with really great ideas you know and then like okay. Yeah we'll put that in. That's a good idea you know. And so he was just so he was just trying to make it better and and and there was a there was a time where it it was like me and macho pretty much just shared the same brain. It was like nobody some movies the way we did it was like there was nobody else in our field that saw quite the way we saw and and we knew we weren't seeing what we saw. When we went to the movies we would? We would go to see films that it just had a fragment of how we saw movies just a fragment of that all right then that was enough because that was the most you could ever see was a fragment agreements and we're believers. Yeah Oh it was actually funny because I remember there was his wife Gretchen. She became his life and I think I don't think she was his wife yet. She never reading scripts before so the only script shiver red was my crazy scripts and rogers crazy scripts so she thought that that's how scripts were right. And then she see movies. Nothing like this. And they don't have anything like the conversations that they have and so then then we all went and saw the last boy scout right and she was like okay now. That's the first time that I saw a Hollywood wouldn't movie. That seemed as crazy as your guys movie. I love movies. And we're Tony do with that whole character of John Hallam Holland. Back and Damon. Wayans is good in that. Yeah but the thing is so holly berries in it. Yeah Awesome listen. I know you are used to Napkin at my head. Once when I was insulting topgun.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Agree place. We make Los Angeles your place. Yes Los Angeles is your place Los Angeles. This is my place. Los Los Angeles is my place. I have to say this even though I'll cut it sometimes when I'm really bored I think about all the Times you and I were in the same place at the same time time but didn't know each other all the time we were at the Fox Venice at the same time under each other and also. Didn't you drop. I went to a bunch of movies at the at the lack La. Yeah Yeah Yeah I think you were there. I just feel like I must have seen across away and like so. We Have The Passion of Joan of ARC guess who else was at that screening Vigo Mortenson. Really Yeah Talk to him about this. I know exactly what you're talking about. I was there that night early. Dropped out they all day for like three days of movies at lack I literally like cut. School drew a Fox Fan. During that period of time you know stocks even exist anymore no newark still there. During that period of time it was like you know God they would have like to screening between between us being Ucla Theater Theater or the lack ma or something else. A lot of the being they would have had like two screenings of what's up doc a year but none of which would be at every single one of join us doing a an hour long. Qa that nobody recorded it was just their booze and back before the days when people like filmed everybody's bettys QNA with their cell phones. People says gnarly Shit. Yeah so getting back to polling cal for one minute was it. How did you feel after the conversation where you happy sad just sensitive? No it was released. We'll know it was really. It was really gratifying to talk to her and it was gratifying to hear how much a how much affection she had for me. It was actually really excited. She was actually sure what's not to like. Well she I think she did sort of look at me as Paul L.. Let filmmakers she looked at me as as a filmmaker took her to occur aesthetics who took her aesthetic. Seriously you know and And I think I think she thought I had a joined Aviv when it came to that was kind of upper. Rally up her her pulpy Junkyard Alley. Yeah the same. You had a lot of cross section of cross pollination obsession there was a lot of mutual obsession and but at the same time like I. I'm sure she wouldn't have known what to make of kill bill because I just like the. I don't think that would fired on any of her cylinder she. She would've loved kill bill to to she might. She would've loved kill. I mean she's got a heart but one of the things that was really nice at the very end end of the show and she saved it for the end one she gave me one. Pauline Kale quote. Oh yes okay. So she talked about Jackie Brown and she said one line about it that you can imagine like you can imagine that that was from the review. She constructed in her head that she never wrote and she goes okay. I mean the the scene of going through the airport in the opening credits are not only. Is that from the graduate. She's costume awesome designs so much out of Pedro motive. Our film their mothers will be quotes around the shots. So that was that was. That was a little Like trying to make the best pam grier opening sequences ever done. Because why. It's really wonderful opening sequence Gary and But then her final thing that she said just before she got off the phone was I just want you to know I really enjoy listening to you. Talk about blowout on talk shows. That's good I love that. I love that movie. I love that movie. That's an underrated movie. But you know what I I you you know what I didn't realize I you know and I can't imagine I would have been able to take advantage of it anyway but dreamed what about it. What I didn't realize was when I was really kind of obsessed by her in the eighties and I'm working at video? Archives was how easy would have been to get better. Yeah you know I didn't you know it's like I now. Every interview method critics sitting around giving interviews but like any of those critics from that time period. Whether it be owned or Stephanie Harak or any of them you know they all talk about being in their twenties and writing you know a couple of movie reviews and some Cockamamie think peace and sending it to Pauline Kale. Yeah and Paul schrader talks about it. and and Elvis talks about it she reeser Cockamamie things written at one thousand nine hundred twenty and twenty two and then calls them the jobs he gets them on the phone and give some tough love and okay now I want to do this. I don't WanNa see you and you can't spend you spend three weeks writing that fucking review who okay now. You need to write it in two days. Yeah you know a die and then like would bring them along and then when it came time she got jobs. Yeah she's people call. She got jobs obstr- album she had Paulette's everywhere. It's like. Okay Dallas Herald. There you go. You know your time's here. You GO A- and now I couldn't spell I couldn't tie you know and I was like so incredibly flaky. I'm sure I would have flunked every test. But she might just go. Get your asked the fucking Gary. You don't know how to spell you don't need to. You need to not type you can you you you can type better at the end of this week. You could tie better at the end of this week needed at the beginning of this week if you join a class tomorrow when he wait you don't have to type trust me with all she responded to is your passion and also he doesn't have to be able to sell incredibly articulate. The amazing thing about Pauline Kale is and I think it's part of why we I love her is it. Sounds like she's talking to your ear saving thing with you. It's like the minute you say something about blow out it's like you're it may be written down but it's like you're saying it into someone's ear but I think she would have had she would've had the zine quality out of the Fan Boy Zine qualley Ali which I'd want to hold onto a little bit but I wanna be more literary like her but I don't think I knew that at the time I was more Zini kind of I ended up doing that. You wouldn't have ended up making films. Well this is a better thing that I look. I know I agree. I mean even to the idea that it's like even when I think of being video archives all right if we had like I I thought a budget time about starting. Some sort of Zine never had the fault I never. I never loved the idea that much that I was going to push it all the way and make that my main the thing right it would have been okay now. This is the thing I'm doing. And you're all cooperating right and and I never cared enough about that to do that. However however in today's Day and age if it was if it was simple as starting a video archives facebook page and writing reviews? Who's about Shit I saw and that the it looked halfway decent? When you post that would have been a different story? Yeah all right if you know if if I had a scituate for forget about making a movie on an IPAD on but even the idea of I can imagine me and the guys. It'd be the archives totally starting a podcast right and that would have been the video archives. PODCAST and. I might not have made movies if I had had that much. wjr If I had had an outlet if I had that that much of a satisfying gas ultimately unsatisfying but in the short term in the here and the now quite satisfying and you have a huge following. I think I think I would've. Yeah I really think I I really think I would have. If I'd had a larger platform arm to get my my movie shit out there and you can still do it now. Yeah now but now's a now it would be a different story and I could definitely do it didn't i. But I like that road. Take no I do that. Rather than there would be no pulp fiction bad. I do think about that because I do think that it's like me making actually making movies and making the movies I that I could make that. I wanted to make them being able to accomplish that. Do that that's such a crazy dream that it would have been easy along the way if I had had anything. Good in comparison to let go with that because I had nothing but despair on this. I know this dream to the very end. Everything else was just so depressing by comparison that I had no choice but to live my dream was the only it was the only outlet I had but I actually do think that if if me and Roger Avery had started a podcast. We'd probably be doing the fucking podcast to this day. And we'd be on our buck and fortieth anniversary and our wise is would never listen to it. We'd be like the fucking mark and Brian Movie. Shit Sir thank God. That didn't happen. That's all I have to say.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Your case. I like this little bird. Like Old Lady. And she wasn't battled back then but she seemed kind of she probably saved ancient to you. You were a child. Yeah exactly and and so anyway. She was just a fascinating member like she put down the the cowboy during the course of the interview and she told you know she was like the Kramer versus Kramer. I mean yeah it's GonNa get all the awards but it's GonNa be one of those movies that you eight years from now. No one's going to bring up. It's a movie of the moment and she's going through all this stuff and like. Wow who is who is this woman and and she was advertising her book when the lights go down that was like a her reviews from. I think seventy six seventy nine or something and seventy seventy eight gives me so the next time I was at the mall going to see a movie part of I guess what other kids would do. is they go go to the mall. And they have forty five minutes to be arcade or something like that. I went to the B Dalton Bookstore and just hung around the bookstore and hung out in the cinema section action and then read everything. Yeah read books. Are I read movie books and dreamed about the day that I could buy some of these have. Can you imagine having all these look going into a bookstore and being able to buy any book you wanted and never ever by five of them if you wanted to do. The books are in Westwood called Papa. Bach and I used to hang in Papa Bach and he is like a Weirdo and just read everything I could find and so I noticed even recognize the cover from the Tom Snyder thing though when the lights go down book doc was brand new and so I started reading reviews and now is the first time I started reading. Reviews was just going to the B Dalton bookstore door and then just randomly picking reviews and then that went on for about three weeks and it was like every time I was I was. Is that the old town mall. And they had the they had a man's theater there and so it was always the oldest. They're the ones that had the polling Copa and so for about like three weeks I I just made it a point of Of the reviews for every weekend before I saw get out of movie and then I go back after the movie was over and read a couple of more reviews than get on the bus or get off. How much icicle? Here's the question. Did you tend to read reviews of things you'd seen or just read them for the sake of reading the no. Well no yeah now it was. I was definitely grabbing titled what I thought were provocative or exciting to read about and so And did you find yourself agreeing or no. I actually disagree. I disagree a lot a lot but I had almost took my confidence away to disagree with her. It was like that's still my favorite. That's my favorite book of Hers One because discovering her but also because of the movies this she talked about at that time period. Some of those famous reviews like her review for carriers and and are famous for the fury so it was interesting to I would read a respected review for a respected movie movie. See that I really liked. And then she would tear it apart and she would tear it up but you tear it apart in a way that you understood the absurdity of the premise or or the absurdity of how the character reacted or the or how the whole thing is just a cliche and a Witnesses the famous example of that. Yeah you got caught up in watching weakness when you saw it then when she shows you how this is the same damn thing you've seen a million times before for all right and actually just done more pretentiously. Then all of a sudden like the scales fall fall from your eyes and sometimes you're mad at her right right because you enjoy. You enjoyed that movie right exactly. Enjoyed the pleasures that gave you and how dare you show me how the sausage is made exactly and did you read also like did you go and read like the cary grant article and the articles that she wrote which should psycho. Once I got the book I wrote I read. Read everything so it took me about three weeks and finally I broke down and I bought the book and then I D- released like for the next forty years of my life. I you know it's like I now have all books and just even where I'm like living in Israel right now I just grabbed two of them are I just randomly grabbed two. It was like I think I grabbed railings and deeper into movies. I have been every edition. You can imagine all right of Ambu used bookstore. Here's one I love that and so I'll just and then and I just I'll. I'll go through this a lot of them. I know by heart a lot of them. I don't know by heart offer God that she liked this. Does she not like this exactly what she said you know. And it's like I did at the in the store I'll go through the table of contents and just what grabs me. The boyfriend serious wishes to say about Ken. Russell's Oh killing his sister George C.. which has to say about that? Okay greetings well. I know what she's mccranie but reviews but the thing about it though is like she became as an it hasn't changed. I thought it would change. She became my favorite writer and I thought if that would change over time I thought a novelist would eventually take over but that never happened now probably because I haven't read as many novels as I showed up all right in the a forty years I've Read I've read a few all right but not as much. Maybe the last last fifteen years some but the point being is I don't really ever see another writer meaning to me appalling. Kale like still means to me. You know I didn't go to film school. I kind of treated her. I've said this before. So this isn't that unique that I treated her like a foam professor. But that's an easy thing to say and I meant it and I ended and it's true but I don't feel that way anymore. Oh really yeah. When did that change? Well it's it's just I know what I'm what I'm doing now. More than she would have known what she was doing in the same situation. You've done it but the thing thing about it though is always kind of myself the Paulette of the filmmakers. Yeah but now. You're better than that. I don't look at now. I don't know I don't look at her so much. As as the object to reform I look at her as the arbiter film writing So to me. So that's why that's why she's so important to me less less what she says about the movies but how she says interesting the way she says it you know and then I can really take her to task for that too in a lot. There's a lot of things she was just unfair about. She was people she just didn't like and was just mean to them And and there's people that she that she liked that I even now realize that some of my enthusiasm for them was pulling Kale's with them and now I'm name is gone on without pulling Kale's reviews. I don't think I would have been that passionate about. This person. Had experience watching all those movies. If that person Jason but as time has gone. They're not quite cheap. They weren't quite as all that. But you also have your own passions which which you are so considerable and so pure and so you believed so deeply in Philadelphia. But I think you've talked her in certain ways you'd like taking her and then gone to to the next level. Well I mean well by the by the fact that I mean just as a filmmaker I mean even as a person passionate about film. Well I'd have well. I don't know about that because simplifying mm found that. That's not even me being falsely modest. I mean the thing about it is I mean it. Required her that Krimmer that required a tremendous amount of work and disciplined to write those reviews and get them out get them on a deadline and everything even with her sixth. Yeah even with like lacksadaiscious schedule compared to every other critics even having that as a gift and she could write as long as she wanted and only six months and knowing sad because if a movie that you're interested it is I mean who wanted to see penelope whatever you hear what I hear her right Nashville exactly Eh. And then she eventually did Nashville right. Didn't she do dwell she. She Wore Kale did it was controversial at the time. She reviewed a rough gut and it was like that had never been done before but she reviewed what you like the way. I've show news crap before it was done right. He showed her that before it was done as she reviewed viewed it so it would fall under her time period right. Well you know who my favorite writers who is my favorite writer. Yeah you're my favorite writer. We'll get we'll let me say my very favorite Ryan. Mike Ryan dissuade you from that but one thing. I will say though about favorite right that I thought was about pauline and you did meet her. You didn't meet well we met we met on the. I'm on the phone. We on the phone. It was like a thing where she wanted to she had through her satellites. She had let let overtures go loud wind. Why don't you give Paulina call? She likes to flight that. And were you nervous and I yeah I just never go. I'm not I'm not. The kind of guy who just picks up a phone calls was a stranger anyway. I don't pick up the phone and call the friends I've known for ten years aware of without a damn good reason to have some excuse and and And it was Elvis Mitchell. Talk me talked me into doing it and was one of those things like. Let's do it right now. We're actually restaurant so we went to the office borrowed. The guy was in France. I went to the office and borrowed the managers Phone there and we called Appalling Kale and I talked to her and and she was she was really lovely to me. She's seen reservoir dogs. Plus dog she'd seen pulp fiction. She Seen Jackie Brown. Ah I was writing. Kill Time. So she'd seen the three and I even heard a bit of what she had said about them because it should a a book released her our conversations with a friend. I in that in that book. She mentioned how much she liked. She mentioned Bamut particularly what she mentioned about. Jackie Brown it. She thought that this scene went. When robbery kills Bridget Fonda Perfection? It was there was a perfect same and then Then I heard what she then a friend of mine. I was actually dating a Gal who wants to give me some pollen Kale books and she got in touch with Paul and Paul. Ince one out of Braddock. Mike and Mike signed all of her books like to me. Wow I think was the eighties book. She's like oh so. I hope maybe maybe this will make you look at the movie you too because I was a fan of that one. That's so cool and anyway so Listen exciting that was really cool. And I remember my you know when she was talking to the woman Cindy Jo resenting which talking to the books she was like okay so I was writing thick and she goes the writing is next thing now she goes yes. He's writing his next thing now. Is Tim Roth going to be in it. I think there are pretty good pair. And then apparently them what she said in an interview during the whole pulp fiction. Who are? I wasn't aware of that. Yeah Yeah that always the that showing gone thing that happened and literally.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Thought about this and you bring up somebody that I thought would be interesting with you to talk about and I decided to choose Pauling Kale while excellent choice. Excellent choice if I was actually an interesting thing because I noticed when I do an interview you were something with a now. The younger critics aren't that young any more. Frankly to tell you the truth but what if somebody who's like ten years younger than me or something right and if I do interviews as with them all of a sudden they'll say something to me at some point in this hour an hour an hour and a half interview. Oh my God I just love how you quote palling Kale all the time. And it's only when they realize that I quote Pauline Kale all the time and it's even to the degree where it's like. I remember whenever I watched movies and I would see characters quote aristotle or quoted owed flamboyant or Camus or anybody. I don't believe that I never believe that people walked around with that stuff in their head I always thought it was a silly movie. Affectation book affectation people are constantly quoting Shakespeare. And saying it perfectly to the letter this phrase or the standard. I never never bought it but the reality is now the time. I'm in my fifties from reading Pauling Kale as much as I have that I can quote her like that things happen things come up and I think she thought she had will pop into my head and Alverson. I'm like spouting Confucius even if I don't even agree three with it or not. I have to get it out of my system. When do you remember the first time you read her? Well the first time I read her was after the first time I I I knew who she was because how I knew who she was was she would appear on the Tom. Tom Snyder show appear with Tom. Snyder on tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow. Yeah it was like around like seventy eight or so is the first time I think I saw her repairs and I had no idea who she is. I never read the New Yorker because of the New Yorker magazine was a boring to me when I saw the cup right. I knew of it but I never read it and you didn't have pictures of those dorky drawings signs forget about it and so I remember. I remember the first thing I ever heard her say was Tom Tom. Sawyer gives her a real big intro and everything and and the first question the kind of gets interface. Okay so now pauline. You said that Philip. Kaufman's remake of invasion of the body snatchers because the best film of Nineteen Seventy Eight. Now you don't really really believe that. Come on that's that's joke right. And then she says I'm responsible for.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"That you have to like hold onto the memory and and not get attached to the things so much it was. was there an incident in your life that was not necessarily positive but resulted in something constructive or informative. Yeah I mean listen. I was raised by an alcoholic. Father all of my life. I didn't know anything different I saw. That's what everybody And and it's it's pretty. Well known that He. He died very tragically. It's definitely something that you don't. You don't wish anybody ready to go through anything like that. But at the same time it gives you a value for life. That is a gift and I'm I'm really grateful. I'm grateful that that I could take something. That was so unfortunate in my life and turn it into something that now gives me value. Oh you every single day. There's not a day that goes by that I don't say to myself. How would I feel if it's done like this? Is it like if if I die in my sleep tonight. How do I feel about my life right now and I do that on a regular basis because I think I experienced that wow so everything becomes that much more important? Yeah I have. I have if I of full awareness when I look at my kids that this might not be forever. That's tough no it's beautiful. I love that makes you live life to the fullest. Yeah does it make you WanNa work all the time or the opposite. No it just makes me want to do the things that matter like. When when I work I WANNA make sure that it matters? When I'm with my kids want to make sure that it matters like I don't I'm not a waste of time and that doesn't mean that I don't sit on my bed sometimes? Watch reality television but I don't consider that a waste east of my time. I consider that a very informative part of my life. Which Reality Television do you watch right? Now I'm watching Ching Temptation Island which I would not recommend to anybody. It's incredibly painful to watch. It's a show that is just wrong on all sorts of levels on in what way just having having sex too much. No it's temptation so you go. You're in a relationship. You go to an island they split you from your boyfriend and they put your boyfriend in a House with twenty five single women and you go in a house at twenty five single men and their job is to tempt you just bad idea. Yeah but you watch up there with like you know the Stanford Experiment uh-huh human behavior and does anyone resist not so far not the deep into A. Yeah but not so far. You don't watch the bachelor. I do you watch the bachelor. The bachelor season right now. So that's why we're not talking about that one yes yes I prefer the bachelor the Bachelorette though I like watching all the girls fight freely which is probably not healthy of me. I get bored with the man. Oh you like the man I like both. I like a bow. There's just different dynamics like when there's like a crazy guy like that one guy that one era who are yeah no no. He was a was it was it was no. There was a guy who was like what was his name. He was nuts he was like definitely on some royds Surrey. Something that's when I like it when the Virgin to Colton. Did you watch the one with the Virgin now. Boring yeah now my favorite okay. So let's go to purely happy fought purely happy experience in your life. Oh my God my.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Really great and really thinking about her a lot lately What place in your life has had a huge impact South Africa just in general? I think South Africa has formed formed me the most as a human and I didn't really understand it until like my mid thirties late thirties. When you know he started therapy and I ended up talking way more about growing up in South Africa than I thought I would be talking about my boyfriend at the time or like my relationship with my mother? Yeah I just started noticing using that every session we would just talk about you know my childhood growing up and things that I think I never. I've never been able to articulate about how it affeldt growing up in that country and it's the dichotomy of you know being so great and also so dramatic. Did you grow up with apartheid. Being it was still in existence. Yeah wow so. That was something that changed dramatically when you went back yes so in ninety-one when I left that's when Mandela was released and then ninety four we had our first first free election but it was definitely. It was good for me I. I'm glad I ended up therapy. I think it helps me with the work. They're now it helps me stay connected because I feel like I am emotionally so connected so good way for me to balance my relationship ship with my country with the people that I feel so connected with to do a better job down there. How old were you when you left? I was sixteen. Oh my God and how. When did you first go back? Oh three months later going back. Yeah and when you left where you scared say sad nervous us. No I was excited. I mean I was given this great opportunity to travel for the first time. I mean I've never been on a plane before. Wow so that was like and I was asked asked to go and go to another country and that was I mean the excitement for that was yeah. There was no fear it was really just just. I was over the moon that I was given the opportunity to just go somewhere else and you went i Paris. No the I went to Morocco. Oh and then then after that I went to Italy where you modeling in Morocco. Yeah Wow yeah that must have been a bit of a culture shock after it was and I was doing a photo. Oh shoot one night and I was on a camel. The Sun was setting it. Was this beautiful setting and the photographer made this poor. Little Moroccan dude walked this camel in a circle and the camel just finally only said No. I'm done and it was getting dark and he started bucking and he hit his head back into my face. Oh my God and I. Yeah Yeah I dislocated my jaw on your first job job and I go to the hospital and they put it back and then the next morning I woke up a yawn and it went Out Again and then they put it back without any medication which was brutal and then years later I had to have surgery because it really kind of messed up my mouth. Oh my God I know. Some people think modeling so glamorous. It's so hard it's very hard so hard. There's a dangerous dangerous.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Me an experience in in your life that was just purely one of your happiest experiences or one that shaped you in that way experiences and then like that time you were out in a lake and you were super happy and yeah I think when I was loss get this this way. Here's a good way to ask it. Are you happy when you're working or are you happiest when you're not or is it a combination of both. That's an interesting question. I think it's a combination of both. I think I am as a person. I think I'm not my best when I'm mark and I think I'm on my most confident while also still being lake really question of I can do if they a very weird weird almost like a split personality that you have. I think when you act like you're convinced that you're GonNa mess at all but you've also got an of confidence to just sort of like go for and it was with strange and I guess anything that I'm really familiar with. That's when I can be at my happiest. I think one of those people that's less spontaneous and more I think so. I think that like very spontaneous. Do you think I don't know I liked plan. You may like plan but I think you like a plan so you can go here and there. I'll say yeah I I like I like structure So I can just mess within the book. I think you would like being shot by Tim Walker if you were to not spontaneous. That's true but I but I also like that there's sort of like world that you're exist in a you know. I think like growing up where I did in the countryside was was like bliss I remember are just you know. Every summer we would spend every single day down by the river and we would be there for hours and hours and hours and you know it was myself so my friend Christopher and other friends my dog Sassy little border Collie a now. That was perfect. I don't know if it's just because it's my memory of of how it was. That's perfect book which is kind of like what happens with Joe. Childhood is like perfected by your memory. And it's kind. Hundred Lake untouchable shares although sisters. She has all those sisters and she doesn't for a long time like she doesn't need anyone else. I I know people the WHO've grown up in big families and they feel that way they're like I've got all my best friends right here right. You know. There's something really special to buy so yeah I guess I guess the only child makes you adult younger. Yes a lot of time with adults. Yeah I think that you become an adult adults sort of you definitely become more mature. I think yeah because you're just GonNa have to hold your own well. I met you when you were thirteen. was I I Percy maybe fourteen. I shot right after atonement. Why that was the first photo shoot? You probably don't even remember you. Were wearing a white dress and it was. There was a bearskin Rog. Or something and it was a house around here was for the times man tire. Yeah there's a beautiful picture we could find it and You were very poised. Then yes do you think is more poised than than I am now. You don't you're probably the same. You've changed very little. Okay Doc. I think things changed a little bit around Brooklyn because it was such a big deal. Yeah and also it was your first like I'm an adult thing. Heating changed just the. Ah think you had changed a little just because you grew up a little bit. Yeah now not in a bad way just it was quite a also sort of with the movie for like a year. I mean there was a lot of the promotion of that movie went on for a really long time because we went to Sundance Premiere got bought and then the Oscars is like a year later. Yeah so it was a long trip. Yeah like when you have done that before you have no idea of. What's Adia and you've no idea when it's going to finished like William Goto the few events in August and then your film like drops out of the race or or does it go all the way you just don't know you know? So that was insane. I remember just being on a high without because we just did not expect that all we really didn't just the small that large you know John had done a lot theodore and nobody really mainly people in the film industry. Shing may be new me a little bit. I wasn't a bankable actor by any means you know well you did something. That's extremely hard to do. You grew up in public doc. It's very very hard to go from. Being a child being nominated for an Oscar and then become more of an adult. You were still very a young but you were more. Weren't you know we weren't an atonement. He were grown up. Yeah more of a grownup yeah. That was very exciting for me though because I that's what you dreamed dove. We'll just say it's been so many big jars ban a child and phone which I absolutely loved. Then you do get to a stage where you're like. How am I gonNa make at this jump? Get people to see me as like you ought to be which I van terrifying really. I'll tell you if it's so scary because they didn't have the accent to hide behind. Oh like I was still doing. Country Accent is different to my Irish accent but it was. It was so close close to home not film that I was just like. I was petrified. Every single day I really was and I was the same lady bird for for a love it. Yeah so weird. What about little women? Were you scared. No and no because and I don't mean that it's not a it's not like I just I was. I was given this role that I felt. I could do anything anything with and I knew Greta so well and I knew we knew what the other one need is and what we wanted from one another and I love love like what I said before Greg gives you structure a new and then just like play within that and even more so on women than lady eighty birds. She allowed us to just like take the time that we needed to find. You know that was really. That was such a trip. Get into do data. I just felt like it was the whole thing felt very sort of athletic. There was a lot. There is a lot of physicality to it. There's a lot of like Wong congressman another of year but even in like the language and how much we drilled each San because we overlap so much that was all oh plans and I loved being that accurate with Saying you know it was it was. It was the best best experience. I've had playing a role for sure. It's fantastic yet. Brilliant so one final question before I let you go okay. Did anyone wanted any point. Tell you you should change your name. There was a project scares her. Didn't you know I was just trying to the. I won't say who it was but I remember there was a couple of producers that I worked with a few years ago and they said to another friend of mine who produce the film that we were on the way like her nickname is is search. Everyone calls her search. Maybe she should go by that and I remember my mate was like no. That's ridiculous idea. She'll never do. Also I had gone that long twenty to whatever age was where you know I. I hadn't changed Asia. I would never change her name but actually nobody else ever suggested that to me. That's so great. Yeah really great. I'm surprised I know so AM I. It was such a beautiful women you know. Now it's a popular name is that it's getting increasingly popular because of you are more little searches wandering around their little Certian I. I've noticed their cars and yeah and it's a popular name as a compliment for dogs. I know forcier SHADAW gonads awards. They're all terriers. There we go. I also think that the SNL song helped so much it served surged within the people to me now and can pronounce my name because they're like Blah snl song they like single zone me But Yeah I love my name. I hated it when I was a kid because it was different. A nobody else harbor and now lover and what does it mean I loved. Automates seriously means freedom. It's Irish for freedom and a lot of steak at home because I would say in the UK and in America. It's Sir Shack are Sasha. Because it's just easier. I felt like this was easier for them. Say It's actually pronounced Syria. Syria is thank you. Tracy Letts Sarasota as well but yes so. There's like a good time you helped me. The most was when I did. No I kept saying donal wrong and you would think donut. You saved me down. Because when I interviewed him I could say his name. He was very impressed because everyone says donal. Well it's very hard the way it's spelled. Yeah you just shouldn't look at the spellings of any remnants Sabah Kellyanne so many people called him salon for just like A. What planet is anyone called Salaya? Well what did they do with Russia. Sarah.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Lane because linens in December. When did you first meet Greta? Greta Ivar Smack Dab Greta. Gerwig kiss thank you so off. I met credit Could few years ago now it was about a year before we did Ladybird Ladybird that movie. Yeah that little chestnut and she was doing twentieth money at century women. I think we'd skype D- before hands when I was back in Harland and then I was over in Toronto for the Film Festival for a few days. I think Yeah Brooklyn was coming out. That's what it was so I was sort of. I've been very very lucky that like I consistently works you know I. I don't like a job or two every year. Since I was young bull there was like a weird stage which I've talked to you about before. I'm sure when I was a teenager and I think a lot teenage girls have found this where you're assertive. ECON do the coming of age thing as much anymore. We can't be the kids but you're not a woman either. There were just you know it's mad that this was only like five years ago or whatever else probably less things have changed so much since then. Unlike there's just a wealth of options. Now which is like incredible he even then there wasn't and so Brooklyn was like my first venture into Mr Grownup role. And Yeah and I hadn't really early like had a phone that was going to be on that scale in quite a long time so it was like it was an exciting time for me and it was all quite new. Like all the press and everything I love to be an yeah. You are so supportive of that film. I've seen it six seven times. I mean I'll start crying just now talking about it Now I just love you so much I love you and everything but I doubt Luby's Wilton Imigran story and that's my family so when you see immigrants story that's told that well you know and the scenes when you're missing him and you know and I had fights with my niece over whether you should stay. I wanted to stay out thank you. Donald loved you so much tone. A lovely heavy. Yes ask mom you I know I was. It was a problem that you're already married as my niece. So so just like she's married then Lenny. Yeah but as I grow. She's but you never so we LE- scarfed anyway and then we went to Toronto with Brooklyn and so she came in for. She had in the mayor's anyway. She came in a red hair that she hasn't twentieth century women on that was the first image. I me opening the door out like San so dodgy but it was at like nine o'clock at night and she came into my hotel room and I had just gotten some French onion soup. I remember because I was so hungry. And and the two of us and see Laura dern and this is why it's so roy the three of us are working together where we use our arms were very. We've gotTa Love Lame Zoo going on and and I just remember straightaway. We just got so Gigi around each other. We still couldn't do the weird thing I've never had thought. Stop with someone in that way where you're just I just felt. I was just so excited tomatoes because I was such a huge fan of hers. And there's lots of people that I love but there's only only a few that I'm a bit late who am and they're usually from the TV. So you know what I mean like Comedians or whatever like that would freak recommit more than anything book graduate. Just something about the work that she did and the style that she acted in her style of Phil and Mike Not Really excited me even before I met her. And Yeah I just you know we're starting to do kyun aims for the phone now when untalkative movie and people like you are getting to see it and and critics against San stuff just genuinely ill. I feel so lucky for two movies now. I've gotten to to watch this person. Just go from strength to strength. I've gotten so much out of watching her just like sore. You're and I remember like when Lady Bird. Sorry I'm just going to keep talking about right now but I remember when Lady Bird came out and like when I was a kid like think even before I started acting I really liked getting the camcorder I and just for all of my friends to get into a chore offended. Spend that I had made and I found them. I loved doing that but I always thought like. Oh that's just something that you do on the sides. I'm I think somewhere in my Brian. I just sort of assumed that like to be a really great filmmaker really classic great director is something for a block. Because you're just so used to lay grown up with Scorsese and like all these Coppola and like all these really really brilliant directors directors and a lot of them are you know goes yeah. I'm there so brilliant but a lot of them are men and I think seeing grandma very quickly become one of the great filmmakers of our Tien dot changed my perception of what I could do for the maker so great and I took it more seriously I think and I just I remember have not thought and being like oh she she is changing things for people with with.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"To Q.. leear identify identify with that in terms of in terms of back. But you're still joe instill Joe Salchow. My shows your other other south. Yeah all right. So what is a thing that has had a huge made You know like something that in your life has had made an impression on you or a totemic thing that you keep with you or a lucky charm or a piece of art right that you saw that. Change the trajectory of your life a dance. You're always really good at talking about down's no I know and dance was huge for you. The fact that you're dancer I think has really affected so many things. Well yeah dances dances tap. ditsy get your it says it right. I know let's ask you. You had a crush on and movies and I love your answer. We remember your answer John Way Wage John Wayne because of how he walks. That's a dance response. Yeah I'm and the reason you love your again. Why because you put your head? You're yeah yeah I know I remember. That's because Edward was stylists fashion director. And he said something so and so great he putting the Sparkley little onesie young and I never 'cause I'm not us is zero and you know you never totally know a few feel comfortable enough you body but then a nice way attic. Oh the pictures I love I love. He just had this way. Yeah I would say Four me this is a combination and some not only pursued at this but this is the sort of the intersection I guess of of dancing and film singing in the rain. Stats this you remember how old you were when you thought young like six seven. I think it was the first time I ever wanted to re. We live inside of a movie. I think you don't forget that. I think I don't know a lot of cake to yes. Yes out of a Kagan agee hole and also loved gene. Kelly's face so much and everything about I wanted to be gene. Kelly kind of I mean yeah. I couldn't imagine anyone more handsome and more wonderful and I dance dance. He could sing and he was boyish without being a boy we pretty masculine is like a stair whether it's like kind of not sexual stare was I love and I love the I'm very I wish to rest by stare. t sort of staggering in dancer and the Howie shot those routines and what he did but let but I loved Lily and really I wanted to be Gene Kelly and that movie because it's about movies but but it's also dancing and singing and movies and and it's this relationship at the other Gene Kelly movie. Maybe I'm just saying the object of Gene Kelly who this was an American in Paris the whole room he has at the beginning. This sequence folds the Murphy bed and the toast and the whole thing that I continue to love love small spaces but gene Kelly as arturo really. I think was so choose from me. Combine to everything I was interested in. I think I assume everybody watches the movies and wants to live inside them. But I think if you feel that not as strongly as I did. Maybe that's when you WanNa work in them right you you WANNA find a way to get inside and of course the issue never really do but you you you know. You're it's as close as you can get the the singing in the rain. I think that's a wonderful thing to think that you're affecting people the way you were affected. I hope so. You are definitely the whole generation of people who WanNa be Francis Haw. Yeah it's I don't know if they want to be I I can't remember her name. What's her name mistress? America Brooke when Tracy rates about her. She calls her meadow. I just I don't know that everyone wants to do. But maybe maybe maybe on certain days not every day one thing exhausting exhausting to be broke every day. It's exhausting one thing. Definitely the with little women that we did as I remember saying to everyone that cinematography or and then Who Food Production Designer Jacqueline durant? Who did the costumes and the discussions with with the grip gaffer and everyone everyone I said I kept saying I want people to want to live inside of it and also eat it? That was a combination. And that's that's how I felt felt about those does gene Kelly's visible and so I think I was trying to tap into that thing and I don't think every movie I'll make we'll have ABC quality but I wanted this one to have it because I think it is for so many women that place you. It's discomfort the comfort of of the of these sisters and and I have had to re give it to them in a new package of day. They want to crawl back inside of it to that. I think there's something else you do. That's really brilliant. And all of your work. which is you talk about ambition in a very pure and interesting listing way and you talk about ambition for women in a way in little women? That's really interesting because it's not just about Joe. The movie in many way the subtext. So the movie for me and I said this to everyone I've spoken to is that it's a bad how a woman transcends circumstance in different ways whether it's through talent whether it's through beauty in the case of amy because even in the amy case I'm fascinated because I love the casting of Florence because in the past people like Elizabeth Taylor who are like a born beauty just sitting there doing nothing. Is Amy right so with Florence. WHO's very pretty but still still the idea is can beauty? Take me out of here. How how does beauty applied beauty become a ticket to another world world right and that is a fascinating thing in that character it becomes her arc in a way she smarter than she looks? But the smart isn't what gets her there right. I mean with all of the characters whether it's motherhood or whether it's obviously joe is about writing and being outspoken. Outspoken and talented and brilliant. And Beth is strange. I guess the thing is that I wanted to do is when she goes and sits in the Lawrence's just hasn't played. The P plays the piano that I wanted you to feel like a Koch. Of course she could have been someone. She's not marked for death. And and I want to every single girl to be essentially ambitious and crazy like what we would describe as like but even like all of them. It's true in little women of course but I think it's so fascinating how you amplify the subject matter because that's in the book but it's not in the book in this way. No Yeah I mean I think what I only really Joe. Well no his dad I would make the argument. It is definitely in the book with Amy. And that the biggest in the book as the biggest the amy and Laurie have in art studio or amy says I want to be great or nothing. That's from the book. She has an active discussion with about how she says. I you know I I. Don't I WANNA be a commonplace dubber and I don't intend to try anymore which I just thought. It was sort of staggering conversation. She has been she does very clearly. Say I'M GONNA marry for money and I don't see why should feel bad about that. But her giving up art is really interesting and I think I think what's neat about. It is that it's not. Actually schematic dematic with the two characters. which is well? I think you know amy kind of is like realize that she goes to Europe and in my this is sort my invention but like you know she. She spends time in Italy. which you'd see the old masters you on to Rome? You would have gone to Florence. Would've seen oh how great it was. And she's in Rome took all the vanity out of me right and you know because she would have been idolizing that kind of painting and then she goes to Paris and what I think is interesting in Paris. What's happening in Paris in eighteen? Sixty eight many is painting Cezanne Painting. They're starting to take apart the canvas and make paint. The subject of the painting is about to blow apart. And I in my imagining joining of who amy was stroke may May alcott. Whose artist sister is she got some Paris and she was like Oh shit and now they're already destroying the thing that I think they're they're they're making what I wanted to do? cubis the ready. It's coming anyway and I just that kind of analysis of you know Oh my God and what's interesting to me about Joe and amy and I've never really gotten into this because I think sometimes when you're speaking in shorter forms you don't WanNa get these things closely but was interesting to me is Joe. Joe Is also being told that she's a hack. She Writes Adventures underage student. Yeah and people don't like them she you know she's doing it for the money right. The difference between Joe Enemy may not be talent or anything it may just be. The Joe Never gives up and amy decides to cash in the chips. And that's what's interesting to me is like fascinating what what separated them as Josiah's kept going and she could make an argument. That's what separates effort NATO daily. I mean maybe you feel like life. What it is is who won't quit? I think a lot of. It's the outlast you outlined. Just keep working but I think you do. I was thinking of Louisa. And there's a there's a review in the Atlantic Henry James Panned her at at the end one of her books and that's she said I could be quoting all this wrong but I don't think I getting the outline of it right. But that's AH. That's where the thing that she said. I can't afford to starve on praise which I gave to search to say came from because Henry James is from this high flute and family he it has all this money he does. He does not need to write to save his family and Louisa needs to write to say per family. And that's the difference in any. She outsold old by Gino factor. One hundred I mean sheets she. She blew him out of the water. I Love Henry. James Henry James's ingenious. We don't worry about that but not unlike Joola we just kept going and I think I think that break between Joe and amy and I always saw amy and I love. Can you give me the line. And maybe it's in the book and I don't remember where she says something clever and Joe says you're so wise I mean I always was wise. You just never noticed. She doesn't the she doesn't say exactly that in the book which she says in. The book is I don't pretend to be wise but I am observant. And you're like Holy Shit. She sees how the entire tire game is rigged. And she's going to bet on this and what she bets on his. I'M NOT GONNA I'm not going to be painful for her to not be the best and Joe. It's just too painful to not do it right. And even if she is not the best and people always ask what would you do. If if you couldn't fail I think an interesting people always ask you that I will not lucky high school kids. What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail? They go after dreams but I also think interesting question is what would you do if you knew you would fail. Like what's worth it anyway right and I think Louisa Joe It's worth it anyway. They just kept going. But yeah. It's a amy. I wanted her to be something formidable against Joe but it didn't fantastic character. You made her a fantastic. And then I'll just do one more thing on it because it's interesting is like my analysis. I think I love your analysis for eighty the one one of the reasons. I made her CICCIO. Huge foil. Oil is is she. She is too in the in the book a she's she has shooting the same weight classes. Joe should just. She's boxing a different game and what I was interested in. I have forgotten how what scholar did this. There's all kinds of interesting gender stuff in it. You you know Lori is a is a boy with a girl named Josie girl with the boy's name all all of that kind of interesting childhood pre chant chantant pre gender roles stuff is gray but also you know. Joe Spends the whole book wishing she were a boy and almost performing performing masculinity right but amy is not feminine. So much as she's performing femininity ugly. Yes manx feminine. Yeah Amy's not. Yeah Amy's learned. That's what you're supposed to do that will get me out of here. Get me out of here so this sort of performance of gender under. Amy Doesn't need to do this particularly she doesn't because it's the most expedient way to get where she's going and I think that that's but that was a fascinating interpretation because yes I think that the classic thing to do is to just cast a straight up very pretty girl and Kala today. She's the pretty one end of story right and what you did was a billion times more interesting than Florence. So you cast Florence Darling. UH-HUH I love her too but that was what you did else might have cast. I Dunno whatever. Yeah well anyway. That's his name full digression. I could talk about little women forever..
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Be filled. Okay so now. We'll go to a place. Yes let place has had resonance for you. Well Big Sur. Really I thought we're GONNA say Sacramento. I know well of course of course but sir is a place to me is Brigadier June. Were when I was growing up we had family down in southern California down in San Diego and Riverside and so we drive down. We drive down mostly like highway five between between Sacramento and and all the way down that long stretch of done it Oh yeah Holliston. And the cows and the oil fields hot hot always. My grandfather was from Riverside and he dug in those fields. And he you know it. We're very we're California your family in the sense that all the reasons you've moved here for dust bowl reasons farming was better here. I it's like very like the way what I think that kind of history of California's which so new in some ways but I remember there was one trip and I don't remember how old I was when maybe five six that we for some reason we were driving down highway one and we stopped the pinch the firepit and I went to the way Fares Chapel which is a glass chapel and I like all not all all put a certain kind of little girls a lot of time planning my wedding and my mind and I was like in my mind for a very long time I would want to get married at the waverers chapel in big Sur with tap dudes in chorus of men in Tuxedos. I don't know what I was. That was so clear it'll be wonderful. Would be in this glass chapel. All these top DOC. Dancing men will come in. I don't know it was what I wanted anyway. and still I'm not just for me but but anyway so so I had this and I remember it being most beautiful place on earth and then it went back again then in my twenty s and I- car camped and I loved it and then I want back again like every time I've gone back significant and then the last time I went back was actually the right after all of the HOOPLA and the excitement and the Academy Awards I went to for Ladybird. The next day. I packed up the car with all my little women research and I went to a cabin in the woods in big Sur. And got real with myself about you. ooh What can I do this. I knew I was I I I had. I had a draft that I liked. I thought I could I. I could wrap my head around it but I felt like I. I always need to be alone when I when I imagine myself into movie making movies is so strange because you have to imagine you have to imagine and believe in a thing that doesn't exist yet and you have to know what it is and then you have to get everyone who you're working with to dream the same dream you are so that you're all in this. Imagine reality together. I think for me to do that. I need a lot of alone time because I need to. I need to know it and I particularly since it was an adaptation of something that meant so much to me. I felt like I had to the commune with Louisa and really get deep with the ghost of Louisa about what she wanted at sound. So Oh pretentious. But it's just how I need to do it so I had all her books and journals and they had all these. I had brought my content contemporaneous rainiest writers like you know trying to work my way through more. Thoreau and Emerson and then book she likes like George Eliot Middle Mar Middle. That'll march and also Daniel Dorando. Yeah and Milan that floss. Actually no one's well barely anyone in the movie at they've read When Joe is reading to bath on the beach she's reading from George Eliot the we could never loved the earth so well had we had no the child within it so beautiful and she loved George Eliot so it was sort of like what is she loved? What do we do you know? Why do how am I going to approach this? And and then I spent two weeks in big Sur with the trees in the end the ocean in a funny way it was. You know it's not I mean it's not conquered. It's the IT's west coast but I felt like it could kind of give me some connection and then I read somewhere where I Still WanNa do this. Monastery in big Sur and Pico. IRA does he does every year. And I I've always wanted to go there. But did he read. It's part of the mission. Yeah Yeah and he rented the when I was a child I built it out of sugar. Cube me too. I not that they built another San Juan Capistrano. That's a good one to build. Yeah sure keeps to I. You remember if it was out of sugar cubes but I do remember. It's had a long time. You probably did The better thing which is build it out of popsicle sticks. I was a little dumb about school projects because I was number two. TJ about them and my one of my neighbors who went to school with me. WHO's as a best friend of mine could? Different Noah Noah Shapiro Anyway. He I just remember. We'd do our homework together. I state reports. I picked main because I was interested in May because Maine was the first state in the Union to see the sun. Because it's the most easternmost in most state. That was the idea interesting but we had to draw a map of the state and no one knows. Like why didn't you pick a square one pit it Colorado and as you I. I'm drawing a coastline. But the right thing winging anyway I think there's a metaphor in there somewhere. So yes but so did it was probably out of interest and it took a lot longer but it anyway so big Sur and then recently I like I I'm I it's just a beautiful place and then I I don't know I be writing the script. I rewrote the whole script. There I took it apart and put back together there. So that's a say the name of your movie. Oh little women the little women I wrote. I had the whole draft but I yeah I took it apart. Put it back together because I can't. It's not yeah I don't make things that are modular so when I changed things I have to take the entire machine apart. It's not like I can move this over here. It all all kind of clicks in a way and it's very frustrating. I've noticed when the studio wants to give because they probably better because you think. Oh Oh can you just do this. And I'm like well no I can't because of this and they're like our guys here in my crazy labyrinth but Anyway so that. That was where I think the movie I you see now is that and I heard in my mind because I sir. She told me she wanted to play wage. Oh Very Joe Move I. I'll be playing Joe. Oh I got okay great. She says she knows But surfeit she's perfect perfect but I had heard in my mind to the speech. She gives about Women's that women they have minds as well. It's just hearts ambition and talent as well as just beauty and I'm sick of being told that love is all women's fit for but I'm so lonely I heard search say it in my mind and I started started crying alone in this cabinet in the woods and then when we were set she said it exactly the way I'd heard it in my head and it's one of those creepy things about making art especially making a communal art film. which is you know there's Louisa May alcott who wrote little women than there's me adapting it than there sir? Show who's playing Joe but also playing Louisa. And then we're all in some shared reality transcends transcends one hundred and fifty years and space and time I it's it's odd and anyway big Sur. I feel it gave me the magic. There is parlor other game which I always think is good but in your case it's so obvious about which one of little women are you but you're definitely joe so we don't even have to have that conversation do do I but I feel like I find myself in different parts of each of long. So you're not really. Wow Best. Weirdness yes yes I think people forget how weird this. She's also a one way you're like her because and so am I. She goes over to the house and plays the piano she does does. She shows the initiative to be. Everyone's afraid to go over there. She sedan she and not socially but she emotionally seduces the gentlemen of the House Yeah. He's everyone everyone in. The book is very scared of it in your movie leaves less terrifying terrifying. Yeah he's She's she's also. I love Punky we gave her. We gave her allies and always talks about her. Beth is being also genuinely peculiar which all comes from the book and it's always been satisfying. We we have her feeding her doll. which is really weird satisfied? The first time I watched it with an audience and and it got big laugh and I'm GonNa Z.. They see how strange shoot. Yeah because in the book which you know. There's so many wonderful incidents in the book and you don't have time I'm to do every single one of them although I would have loved to. But she has this sea power she. She accidentally kills her bird pip yes and then tries to revive him. uh-huh weird funeral. It's odd and it's but it's great. Yeah and I just I feel like the weirdness of Beth had never been totally explored. And that's why we give the line when may she's as Beth. What's your favorite color? Purple will but I just wanted her to say things like that. It didn't end up working in the kite but I also had a lies screamed uncontrollably. It was Laurie jumped out of the out of the Colas Rag and We had a few of the other things and Elisa was so good at tapping into the Strangeness Strangeness of Her and so so that part of it that kind of slightly in their own world to Q.. leear identify identify with that in terms of in terms of back. But you're still joe instill Joe Salchow..
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"I can how I can and not where it costs my family. You know to the point where they don't seem to give give give artistically is a huge drive from well. We'll end there. That was beautiful. Thank you for listening to magazines. Five things with me Linh Hershberg. Today's podcast was produced by Cheyenne Assadi. and Michael Becker recorded by right destiny Farrand with post production by the Hanger Studios. The theme song is Sung by Robin Shore and written by Robin Shore. And Jacob fought to Recchi special thanks. Thanks to Sara Luna's Maga's and milk studios. La Subscribe to be the first to hear new episodes of five things and for more from W magazine. Follow US W. Math on instagram. And W magazine on Youtube where you can see my screen test and Asmar's and Zora you have to sit down. UH-HUH LA. Hello La La la La.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"My children. I think the first time you give birth. I I was like Oh my gosh it changes you on a cell. You changed me on a cellular level because I was so oh I was old but I was. What what? They call a geriatric mother which is just a terrible term that they use that for. You're over thirty eight even but it's very depressing but but it was like. Oh the just that pushing out of a child eld into the world is is like unbelievable experience and so that was like and that changed me it was like a cataclysmic change that I was unexpected. In a way I was expecting to get the I thought I'd get postpartum depression. I so it. I'd have a really really long labor. I you know the pessimistic me but I was worried about all of those things and instead I I had like the easiest labor and had none of that and that's why I was like oh my gosh this is so unexpected. Isn't that weird. I don't know if I would expect it used to dance. You're in really good shape but it has nothing to do with it they said actually has to do with. How your Your mother Genetic no ways obviously some needed was your mother tall. She didn't yeah so everyone's tall but I was. I didn't know what to expect. So your your sister. She's six six. Yes Oh my word now and did they all go like my mom and my sister. They're going under the nose saying Bush till you're is power all that kind of pushing. Okay anyway this is graphic. Do you think is great for your podcast. This talk talk us. Do you think it changed your acting having children. I just think life has changed my acting this spin so many I've had such a a a roller coaster life and I've had things taken from me very quickly very suddenly which has changed my acting in a strange strange. Why because it's released me but it's given me this well of emotion so I've had things happen that have left me terrified raw? Aw totally wanting to just jump in and live life now in the moment and be as brave and bold and as grateful as I can be so a yes having children but also having such lost. It's like so so sudden and so a median. Traumatic has actually actually also changed. You know so. It's always contrast this too good and the bad we said life is the contrast without it. We don't know what we can't feel. Oh probably right so as much as you don't WanNa you're going to have to take the good with the bad but life is giving me now such i. My desire added just give artistically and give all as much as I can when.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"That's a very and don't you. Yes of course I did he did you. Don't remember what he said in his speech speech or what was that. He told so beautifully about his mother. Oh is it good thing. I disliked his now. I disliked since and did you converse that evening or dinner. We met meaning. You're going to need these speak. Yeah Yeah what's the picture when we buy some look stunned mullet Senate. We're both actually terrifies. We look at us. We had a law. We add a lot to go through before before we would actually end up together. It's kind of amazing that you have a photograph of your first meeting now. Yes yes I mean. That doesn't happen. That is like some stunned onto doll. Hey look sort of just dinner tired so we both say that. I'm not speaking at it when I say that. But yeah now and then did he ask you out you just non miles after months Savia. Were you like forget about it or did you. Did you keep thinking I thought what about him patients right. That's fantastic. I learned Strang. And do you have your awards next to each other on the now. We're not very We both still was so wonderful when you're with another creative person because there's is an enormous amount of support for your to stick drive but there's also just anyway. I hate waxing lyrical. Bad light to talk about it because we met later in life. And we've had a wonderful awakening together and healing and just a beautiful pot but but it's always been worked on. We always. We always consider the US would i. I love because I'm a country music fan. I love seeing you at the maze of the all the country music awards at. You're always there and he won for entertainer of the year. So when you were are you were crying and you looked so gorgeous and it was very moving but I also always wonder what it's like for you because you're not a country music you're from person you're not at the end now. I actually know so much because he has such such an unbelievable knowledge a music general. Yes but I can ask him about anything. Cabins is just on a big So I have have. I have a lot of knowledge now about country music and I love it that God would have Nice Kevin Coming. I mean my my initial I knew the judds the new Willie Nelson I knew Glen Campbell and absolute from because of my parents but that was kind of that was it really. And so then I had to have a really strong education but hey he is his. I call him the Jukebox and his his his stray stray. He knows he can recite lyrics. He can right. I mean he grew up on illegal where with a father who just revered country music so he a groping Queensland Loving country music and then he usually American was an event and he came here and then went on his own. Yeah he's have very as as he says every single brick house was a gig is a fantastic been Ryan. You'll ever go seeing. I mean he's worked. Will the country music they work. Yeah I think is a coming from Australia and gang in debt. That's just what he does but he comes from a long line of musicians he's you know. His grandfather was a piano teacher. His father was a drummer so incredible. Laura saw his brother. Yeah were trumpet. And and yet and so. He picked up a guitar at six and he was saying this the other day where he said you know. Everyone says you start applying Kentucky. She wanted to get goals right. And he's like no now. I started playing guitar stakes because I love Guitar. GotTa.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Yeah and and it's important certain but yeah I mean but I also think it's fantastic that you also don't feel like you have to be good you know like well you Vaj Asher you could be you. You can be funny. You can be alive in that way. It doesn't have to be this role models so to speak. Yeah I think that way anyway I I mean sure and you don't also you know. Do anything like that that. Would you. Don't want to have sex with barnyard animals. No not not S- not right now not on at the moment but yeah no. I think that there's you know there's a good in the bad but I think for me the way that I see it as I see it as a good thing but also if it's like if you do something bad then what so it's like we are human at the end of the day but I think that representation should only force us to do good things and the movie I think is really helpful all the movies not just the farewell but I think the fact that the movies are different share share so much range Enj- I think you know. Why are you saying that that's a good thing? Yeah you don't want to just be the girl in oceans eight you don't WanNa just be the girl and crazy rotations. You don't want to just be the girl. Farewell Girl Yeah. I was very like overwhelmed with a with a nervous about doing drama. For sure you were. Yeah Yeah I had. Yeah Yeah I mean you saw my other movies. They're very different. Yeah I know but I thought you took to it so naturally I thought maybe I was the one who is worried for you. Talk to you for yourself. I mean I think people probably did probably save Luay. Are you sure that she can do drama. I I just sure came up. Yeah I'm sure lose dicta Lulu Point Yeah New yourself and you change your whole body language in that movie was there. You're sort of hunched over over. And you don't look glamorous and the way you can look labyrinths and your hair looks a little bit like you did in Washington. I didn't not always every other day. But that's this up very anytime. You're.
"lynn" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Light scenes. Yes let it caught wheels in a small confined space and is there a place that has huge impact on you. Yes I would say that I mean again. First thing that pops into mind the balcony like the Verandah at the house us. I grew up in which was in Crumlin Valley again on the Gold Coast. But it's like we lift in the hinterland so it's very mountainous but you've got also a fifteen minute drive to the beach kind of just a kind of magical place which of course I didn't I always knew as a magic place. I always loved it and then once I left Australia. Of course as I realized just how special that kind of space is but yeah I mean outhouse will let me say the balcony you mean like the Verandah like yeah. So I'd sit wasn't a very big house house and there's lots of us so I always sit out on the Veranda and have a cup of tea and do my homework guard. Do My homework at a trip down behind the back paddock. Yes always always outside and it was just like the most beautiful view you can see the ocean from there. But you're up in the mountains it'd be Mystique Just a so so so beautiful I I always yearn for that little spot sitting on the Veranda. Do you prefer to be in nature or in the city nature for sure but I've loved with being in the city. I mean when I moved to America when I was twenty and I go to job on Pan Am which you reprise very memorable and once upon a time at home I was so fun. When that's that's the amazing thing about Clinton to sorry totally jumped tracks but his attention to detail in his? He'd watched everything done before we met. And you know even neighbors even pant all of that even the screen test. Yeah he watched all. It's going to really with you. Yes Oh my goodness Causey and so these are really good. This is safe THERALAC. Daddy's really like Oreo. Every episode of Pan Am Pan. AM He'd watched a bunch of me is like Oh goodness please give me. The job obviously wasn't a very good actor back then but but no so. So there's a brief glimpse of Pan Am stewardess in once upon a time in Hollywood and that is me and you to dance and I got to dance. Well that's when I was being Sharon tate on the Pan Am plane but I actually played one of those pimp stewardesses. You just never saw my face. It's just my hands making a bloody Mary. Leo I think which is good news. uh-huh did you bring out your own costume or did they get you a new. It was a different. This was in once upon a time because it was later the latest sixties in the TV show Pan Am it was nineteen sixty three. So they'd have they changed. The uniform is different. So you're going to say when you move to America and the right right so yeah no I mean I was in a big city and I loved it. Yeah I love being in a big city but no I do prefer because I know you just an easier from time to time. Yeah I could get away the.