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Fresh update on "mindy" discussed on What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela
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"mindy" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Yes, yes. And the music part. She's really excited about that. and Michael in the cold open, I mean mindy. I love whenever Steve would do an impression of us as our characters, and so Michael's like well. If you ask Kelly it's like. Fun. Yes that that. That that. Much like met like that, he didn't do impressions of of of us to too much I when he did I just, it just got me so tickled. I have a gazillion things I wanNA. Say Jennifer go no go. One of my favorite lines in this whole episode is this. How long have you been married to the cheerleader? That was your dad my gosh to this day. My Dad gets checks from. He gets residual checks. It's his thing. He's the most proud of. Oh from the office. Yeah the office right.
Fresh update on "mindy" discussed on What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela
"You wear a mask, But I guess that's not the same is required that you require to come in and requested it. And that's the way I like it up for. You know, we have certain rights and everything. And you know, we gotta push back from Domino's. Even though You know if it was like a plague or something, you know, I can understand that, but I just don't think we're playing with it should be mandatory. If you know what they're gonna do next day. Okay? No. One Just someone else. You can't kiss anybody else in a fun. You know what They said Something like that. You know, because I'm sure he killed somebody else. You have pants on anything. I don't not that extreme, but You know, it's our rights liking hall call, aren't they fighting? It gets right in Hong Kong and stuff, So it's like That's the way I look. Yes, And I think a lot of people agree with you, David with that. It's just, um if if you want, Teo, If you are being told, this is the best thing for you to dio, it is I recommended that you wear it. I think that's one thing, but when it's forced on you, I think people rebel against it, and there have been some doctors and this is where that's all that confusion. Some doctors say they don't do any good. Oh, man, that is not true. I did not see that I have not seen a single doctors say that masking is not good for you Get up, So you look it up because I have not seen ever seen. One. Medical experts say masks don't do anything, not anyone. That's with a source that is worthy. I'll put it that way like I feel like I've From pretty good sources, and I'm not seeing a single Experts say Wearing a mask doesn't do anything. We know that man wearing a mask does something like we've talked to doctors on this show they talk about at least you decrease your chance of passing your germs to somebody else. If you're asymptomatic and happen to have Koven 19 but it's not 100% guarantee. Do not get it. If you wear a mask, not 100% but it's like I want to say with cloth. It's like 30 to 40% less of a chance of passing. We're getting if you're the kind of you have, which is what doctors are. Offices and dentist offices used for their staff. I want to say that that's like 60 to 80%. I can't remember off the top of my head, but you know the cloth mass that we're making maybe ours that grade. Well, and that's what I'm telling you. There's a lot of misinformation out there. You have medical experts saying one thing on one hand and then your hearing no. Whether it's credible or not. It's out there, and that's where you get people confused. True. But aren't we making Isn't this mandatory requirement because people aren't doing it and not protecting others from their germs? Like if people just thought about it that way, rather than an infringement on their freedoms? I'm literally protecting other people from my germs. Wouldn't that be a better place to be about this subject? You know? I mean, wouldn't it be? Wouldn't we be in a better spot if people didn't look at it as an infringement on their freedoms, but just a protection? Protecting their germs from getting into other people. Okay now, this is where I'm coming from. This was on CNBC. And it says the changing recommendations during the Koven 19 pandemic on things such as whether to wear. The facemasks has confused the public and caused them to lose faith in science. But who's the source? Who's the doctor? Soon? They're saying, this is just one of their heads in a headline. You know what a headline Khun Dio, but I'm telling you, there's There's misinformation out there agree that is 100% onboard with anything. Ah, it's masking helps like we were talking to Dr Frederick, partly of cozy We originally were told this pandemic is going to get better in summer because it dies in the heat, and now they've changed their minds and has to get really hot. It's just grill hot like today..
"mindy" Discussed on Office Ladies
"First season Classic Episode Diversity Day written by the Great Bijan Novak I remember the rim. He loved this idea Greg Love. This idea of Michael Scott offending all these people, but it's like it's. It's kind of the funniest version of it when there's some minority people there to who can get extra offended so at that time I think it just made sense to have another minority person and I was like. I'll do it I actually. I did volunteer. He's like he's I had two lines in that episode and he's A. Do you WanNa be of course in so Diversity Day Yeah Thank Heavens. That was the second episode because then that guest starred then. I think maybe once or twice that first season I wasn't very much, and then second season was like I sort of saw more lines, and yes, that's how it happened. What blew me away? Mindy is when I think back on that and I was I was sort of reading back on wikipedia about all of us, and where we're at in our lives at that time, and you were twenty four. And that blows my mind your. You had your act together to me for someone at twenty four. You! You're amazing. 'cause at twenty four. I was I. Think I was doing takeout at Shenzhen's. I wasn't a waiter was just doing a hostess job. Do you know? If. They'll thank you for saying that. I mean I. Love to feel like I was a wonder can, but you know what it is is that it's just the life of a writer comedy writer in the life of an actor, or they're just so they're so different. Right like it's so I. It's very hard to break into comedy writing, but I do think that is easier than breaking into acting. Because if you can write, you can write your opportunities and write a Spec script that you know then you can use in. Send out whereas like when you're young actor. You're like I just hope someone calls me in to see something, so thank you for saying that. But you know it also. It felt less special because BJ's there. He was the same age he'd already written on a show at twenty four. So it's just what I was like. Oh, I guess I'm young in cool? He was like Oh. Yeah, already worked on, he was on a Bob, Saggy Sitcom, and make sure was like twenty eight in already had like an emmy and bidded SNL for nine years or something crazy so. There was no sense of Lake. You could ever think you were special or like ahead of the curve or anything like that with aggravated people will I always thought you were special. Thank you, thanks Angela. Are should. We get into this episode? John Yes! Did you get a chance to rewatch it? Yes, dead! What was it like for you to?.
Fresh update on "mindy" discussed on What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela
"Thursday. Teenagers getting shot in Columbus Police say three teens 1 17 The other 2 14 years old were found shot on the fourth of July. They're in critical condition, all taken to local hospitals. They were shot in the South Linden area around nine o'clock on the fourth. Teenagers dead and Chiyoko falls after a shooting at a hotel Macy Jepson reports Cargo falls police were investigating after 19 year old man was fatally shot at an area hotel Saturday night, Police were called to the Sheraton Sweets on front street. Around 11 34 reports of shots fired when they arrived, they found the victim had been shot multiple times He was transported to Akron City Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police have not provided information about a suspect. Macy Jepson. Ah, go Fund. Me account has been set up to help the wife and family of the Toledo cop shot and killed on the fourth of July by a drunk man with a beer. At last check. About $120,000 has been raised by a couple of 1000 donors. According to the go Fund Me account Officer Anthony Dia's last words to dispatch. We're tell my family I love them. The Northeast Ohio Area Wide coordinating agency is issuing an air quality advisory covering much of the northeast part of the state. Authorities say the following counties air affected through the end of today that's Ashtabula, Kaya, Haga Ji, Aga Lake, Lorraine Medina Portage and Summit. An agency spokesperson says air quality in those areas is deemed unhealthy for sensitive groups. Children, the elderly and those with breathing difficulties. ICE CANDY Collins filling your speed.
Suzanne Simard: How Do Trees Collaborate?
"The Ted Radio hour from NPR. I'm a new. And for most kids around the country school is officially out of session, but unlike other summers, many kids and teens are stuck at home because of the coronavirus pandemic and so today. We've got an episode for everyone kids, adults, parents teams. You are all invited on this journey because we've invited a certain dad back on the show to share the coolest things. He's learned over the years here on the Ted. Radio Hour topics blow the minds of young and old and A. Mystery guest host. Can you please introduce yourself? It's the Ted Radio Segment. Is Hello. allthough guy well back, thank you. Okay, so guy, not only were you the host of this show until you so graciously handed over the reins to me, but you are also the host of rather popular podcast for kids right? Yeah, it's called. Wow, on the world. It's a journey through real scientific research sounds a little weird, but it's like a cartoon for the ear where me and my co host Mindy Thomas go on journeys into space and back in time and underwater and everywhere in between searching for incredible scientific discoveries, and it's this awful wonderful experience for us, and hopefully for the kids who listen to the show well, that includes my kids and we figured since. Since you and I are both home with our children this summer. We thought it'd be the perfect person to come on and curate a special summer show for the entire. Ted Radio Hour family and you have so kindly brought four of your favorite segments that you did the years. How did you even begin to choose which segments you were going to bring us? Well? I think like you probably experienced MINU, their lot of Ted talks that my kids love, and on a really inspired by, and there are some that you know of course are sort of over their heads right but I really want to bring segments that spoke to curiosity and. The sort of off that kids naturally have about the world, and so that's how we kind of came up with this. This collection and I will say I did feel that way about the first segment that you brought to us? This one is called. How do trees collaborate? Tell us about it. I love the segment so much So, basically, scientists for basically forever thought the trees competed against each other for resources right for for water and son. And nutrients and they figured that the tallest trees in the forest were the strongest trees right and make sense might but Suzanne Simard. The scientists that were about to hear from she totally changed the way that scientists now think about trees because it turns out, they don't compete at all. In fact, trees collaborate. They work together through this this mysterious underground superhighway there is an entire communication network happening under our feet. Let's listen. Forest. Ecologist Suzanne Simard had a hunch. Yes, that's right. That trees. Could Talk. Imagine like when you're walking through the forest you. Might you hear the crunching of the? Twigs under your feet in the rustling of the. But she thought. What if there's more going on because big chattering? Going on that we can't hear. that. They're attuned to each other. Now at the time. A team of scientists in England were wrapping up an experiment where they'd grown in the laboratory. These pine seedlings together in little route boxes that you could see through. And the scientists took two of these pine seedlings, these baby trees that were in the same box in the same dirt, and then they exposed one of these seedlings to a radioactive carbon dioxide, gas Kurban fourteen radioactive carbon, and what they found was that some of that radioactive gas, the carbon fourteen made its way into the second ceiling. You can visualize you could see. And so from this experiment it seemed that somehow these two plants in the same dirt. Or connected and I thought. Wow, maybe this is what's going on in my forest. Maybe Suzanne, smart thought, maybe all the trees in a forest or connected. In a kind of network. Lake are. or transportation system our social networks, and maybe she thought all of this was happening underground. When we walked through the forest. What we see as human beings, we just see these beautiful trees growing out of the ground, but we don't see that they're actually completely linked underground in this superhighway. So Suzanne decided to prove this underground network existed. She devised an experiment using some of the same radioactive gas. Geiger counter to measure it and a patch of Birch and for trees.
"mindy" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
"If you look at what's been going on deals or partnerships that are being put in place so we're they're out there. They're working quite well. We're not seeing too significant of an acid dropping. By the way I think if you look at where where the market is today at this exact time. Actually I'm sorry it's up Equities report over two percent. But you look to one year number mindy on the equity markets were flat so relative basis. These firms are doing very well And I I really feel like from what I've see with our Braun pipeline again. I have like for my seat. I could see across all eighteen partnerships in the west side and in the three or four service firms. I mean we've twenty five businesses in our ecosystem. I don't think people realize that you have that much going on In the Goes on a daily basis. Mindy Digress for a minute we cut over a thousand firms between our credit business equity business and are Serbs partnerships. We touch a lot of firms. A lot of operators tons of households directly indirectly. And what I can tell you. From that perspective. From that viewpoint the firms are doing well ones were invested in. We'RE NOT INVESTED IN WEALTH. Management is a great business to be in in. It's one of the things mindy that we would all agree outside of financial services if we take our hats off for a second look in from the outside wealth managers are needed for all different types of families and people. These businesses are going to survive and do well. They're gonNA grow off the back of this because they are an essential service to indeed. I couldn't agree with you more. You had a bird's eye view having been an early stage partner at dynasty financial partners and I guess one of the things I think about is that firms like dynasty who around a decade ago came on the scene to be really a major player in this ecosystem in from where I sit really enabling breakaway advisors to do it into do it well because before dynasty came along there were two major. Things that prevented would be breakaways. Wirehouse advisors or advisors that were employees brokerage firms. Going independent one was turnkey way to get there. The simplicity felt like too much of a heavy lift and to was access to capital these people that were walking away from uninvested for trump and the notion of moving without deal. Money was anathema. So what do you think? Dynasty success in the past decade says about the dialysis were of advisors who have and are continuing to break away from the wirehouse world. So I guess I'm shifting to the industry as a whole through and what do you think dynasties role was in? Fostering that growth. And what do you think it's GonNa look like going forward Oregon bias right. I was there on day. One and I had the good fortune to sitting next to Cheryl Penny in todd and had Swenson in that team watching everything come develop on the back of a Napkin and then on a whiteboard and then in the office that we releasing their in midtown. So the first thing I would tell you. Dynasties a pioneer in the independent space. You have to commend them day. I'm speaking outsider. They've really blazed path for people to open companies and to have confidence confidence. Is The key word here confidence around what it is they can do versus what it is. They're afraid of. I mean let's just cut to it. There was a lot of fear before firms like dynasty in the space around the unknown of what it really meant to be independent and businesses back in December. Two thousand ten and we were like it was yesterday at that point. I feel like there was an opening of transparency less dark corners more knowns which in turn create more confidence so so what that did is it helped catalyze further the movement of people running fully towards something. I think it helped in his help. More and more each year mindy with firms like dynasty with merchant other businesses in this face. It's helped advisors who want to build their own companies realize. This isn't about me running from a bank or a wirehouse. The bank is not bad. This is about me running towards my next endgame my future my legacy right might vision. That's where the businesses going today. And I think if you see where it is it's just getting stronger. Momentum is picking up. We hit little speed bumps or big potholes like this most recent one but all these companies mindy in. I'm not preaching. I'm just stating what I see. They're built to address. These firms are built to last. They're centered around people that run them in their centered around. The families rely on them and none of those things are going anywhere. Do you think if any are the biggest issues that the are a principles or a space will need to solve for now and into the future whether it be as a result of this covid crisis or anything else. I honestly don't know that the issues are changing much from this point forward including covert right. You've got the need to optimize return on time. You've got the need to ensure case in point today more than ever though that you are durable business. Sometimes that's capitol related sometimes. It's not cap related. Sometimes it's outside partner needed. Sometimes it's just internal you've got off the back of that the need for succession. It's unbelievable still to this day. I feel like too many people in this is this is actually a big issue. I feel like too many advisors don't plan for succession until it's too late or almost too late. So that's a big piece of the industry. The just seems to be talked about a lot but not put into practice a lot to me. That's not a problem but it's an issue that has to certainly get more attention than than growth is always one. The People WanNA talk about but unpacking. What growth means for principals for operators for advisors in these organizations? It's you want to grow do you grow. What's the best way to grow and at the end of the day? What's definition for your firm of responsible growth? How do you achieve responsible growth? It's not about how many you can do how many acquisitions you can make clients. You can onboard because the minute you make a mistake and you bring the wrong component into your home. Meaning your firm. It's very hard to take three more steps back to go back to where you were before you got. I think what I'm really trying to say India's as these firms grow really all the firms merch included we. Have we think everyday about what can be done to us? Way Ahead of what can be done for us in. Sometimes you defined by more what you don't do and who you don't work with clients you don't take on relatives. The ones that you do. And so being contrarian in that ways I think really important as these principles navigate business ownership on their own..
"mindy" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
"A channel for pershing for more than a decade and done extraordinary things in his tenure there. How lucky for you. I guess is the best way to put it to get to learn from the master all these years. What would you say are the most impactful lessons he taught you rate? Mindy will I just echo that? I've been so fortunate to work Slow closely with mark Really over the last decade and he's been such a great mentor to me and friend and I've learned so many lessons for mark through the years I've got to ride sidecar with him on. So many meetings know internal meetings meetings with prospects meetings with teams that were contemplating new business model. And I've even walked through countless airports or conferences with mark in have people stock him along the way in. This is the way the conversation would go. You might not remember me. You consulted with US ten years ago and we completely changed our business model and it's changed my life so he really had an impact on the industry and and he'll continue to. I think a couple of the teachings that he's taught me are around leadership absolutely running the team Around business management. You know. Mark was a pioneer of really bringing business management to the RA marketplace around people management marks. Great people manager and a great delegator and he really depended upon his team and also business consulting and everything that we've come to know about you know kind of marks expertise but I'd say the number one thing I would take away is that you need to put people first and from day one. We were always partners. Mark Never introduced anybody on his team that that they worked for him. It was always. This is my colleague or my colleague Christina in that really allowed us to run the day to day he delegated very well and You know he was a big personality and we needed that big personality in credibility as we built out our custody business to this to this point but putting people I was the biggest lesson And he always said that The the most important employees is more important than the most important client in. That's not to diminish clients and this is the same for advisory businesses but in order to have an enduring business. You've gotTa Take Care of the people I in your business that they can then take care of the clients and that was a really important lesson that I'll never forget. Yeah and a good one but let me unpack some of the things I know. He's a spouse over the years so one of the first lessons he taught me was that alone is the cheapest form of financing and affirmed shouldn't sell equity unless there were good reasons to do so and I think that added time when there are so many investors in the space and every day principles of a firms are getting calls from would be investors asking them to sell a portion of equity whether it means they're they're sort of mid cycle of their business or they're just breaking away and they're considering do I go it alone or do I take on. An investor sell a portion of equity as a way of taking some chips off the table upfront. So what do you think about that? What's your stance on that? The first thing I would say I agree with mark and I think what he would say which I agree with two is every situation is different. There's definitely pros and cons of both debt and equity financing and again going back to what I already stated you know. Mark has been masterful at kind of bringing these business management concepts to this entrepreneurial or a very in that's embedded in in our firm now from the way that we think about things for our relationship management business consulting teams so yeah equity tends to be more expensive but there so many new sources of capital coming into the marketplace. This business is so revered right now. And that's why we're seeing all this outside capital come in with equity you give up control to shareholders in you give up profits to shareholders and in that's in perpetuity of time and. That's something that mark always talked about night and I definitely agree with when you do want equity stakeholders in your business lesson that I learned. Is You equity? Stake holders always have to buy in. You shouldn't use equity to just give away. To in recruiting situations. The equity stake holders have to have skin in the game. It's a great tool for succession. So mark is also the kind of the godfather of succession in this business. And that was an important lesson that I learned to that equity as part of an emerging partners ability to buy over time creates that succession plan and gives them skin in the game of the business. And if you are going to bring in outside capital they've gotta bring something to the table whether it's intellectual capital and network that you can't get to ability to drive growth etc us you've got to be really careful about that on the other side assay on the other.
"mindy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Subscribe to shortwave from NPR. Let's get back to my interview with Mindy Kaeling. She Co created and is the main writer of the new series. Never I ever which has now streaming on net flicks. She got her start on the series. The office playing Kelly Kapoor. She was also a writer and producer on the series so last year you had a movie called late night in which you played an aspiring comic who gets a job basically. She's the minority higher for late night. Tv show tonight show. Connor show that that's been hosted for thirty years by a woman played by Emma Thompson and Emma. Thompson's character has become kind of out of touch with what people especially younger people find funny She's very arrogant But she's told by the executives than the the show becomes more relevant in the ratings pickup. She's out so to shake things up a little bit figures okay. We'll do a minority hires. She hires us. It's not like she has any faith in you. It's kind of like you're hired. And then you have to deal with an all white male writers room and a host to is pretty condescending. Were you a diversity higher when you started working on the office. Yes yes proud diversity higher and do you think like that was a successful diversity? Higher like you were hired to add diversity. Diversity was needed and you turned out to be exceptionally talented. So it was kind of I mean. Do you see that as a win win. Win for the office and a win for you definitely. I think the program was invaluable and I think that. Nbc was at that time. The only one of the major networks. That was doing something like that at the time. I didn't think so At the time I thought it was really humiliating. Actually because the way that that works is a diversity. Higher is no cost to the show so when you get hired And you're a minority and through the NBC Diversity Hiring Program you know that the NBC is paying the cost of your salary. Not The show. So that's why the show is incentivized to hire minorities and What ends up happening. There's this phenomenon that would happen there. Is that a writer get hired for a year and then they only pay your salary the first year so if you are going to continue on for second year. They won't pay her salary anymore. So you'd have this phenomenon on these shows because other network started doing the same thing where you'd have a minority writer who is a staff writer. Which is the entry level writing job? And then the next year there'd be a different staff writer because it to promote them the show would have to take on the cost of staff so everybody knows that this is the case so when you go into a show your biggest sensitivity is that everyone thinks the only reason you were hired is because you were free whereas everyone else had. They had to pay good money for them. And I don't know whether how much people are actually thinking about that or whether that was just in my head but it was just one of these subtle ways that I felt that I was a little bit less than the other writers. But it's tricky right because the programs incredible and it got me into the business and many other people who now have have nice careers in Hollywood. Yeah it's it's a complicated thing I that's why I wrote the movie late night because I wanted to talk about it. The office is having this huge resurgence. Misuse Renaissance. It's I think. Sound like three different channels including comedy central. There's like marathons. What impact is that having on a new seeing that security is like not only back on TV. But it's pretty popular you know. It's incredible it's funny. How many fourteen fifteen year old kids will come up to me at the airport? Because they've been cheated on net flicks and they've seen everything I mean. I remember about three or four years ago. I got a call from one of my agent saying hey this young singer. Songwriter would love to sample a section of one of your episodes. I think you wrote it in your voice in it as Kelly demand if they do that she's like an l. a. based indie singer Songwriter. And I said yes. Sure that's fine. She and I just assigned something and it was Billy Bush and she wrote a song called. It was called my strange addiction. Which is one of her big hits and the song samples different parts of the office because she loves the show so much in fact she would even say it's not love it's like she's obsessed with the show and she seen. I think she seemed the entire series from season one to season nine all the way through like four or five times and so she wrote a song about it and I'm sampled in it and I didn't. I didn't understand who she was at the time. So attack this real impact on this this younger generation. It's been great because that's not a show that I think could be made now or not. I think there's just a heightened sensitivity now to viewers. That wasn't there when the show came out. But it's it's strange right because the show is more popular now than it was. I think even than when we first certainly the first season of the show where we really struggled I think that network executives the way that Michael Scott behaves in the kind of stuff that he says. I think they would have a real fear that there would be blogs and articles and petitions written against them. I remember in the first season of the office. There is a joke where diversity day where Michael is talking to a Mexican American character named Oscar and he says you know Oscar. You're Mexican in an Oscar. Says he has no pride Mexican says well. Is there a term you would like to use it less offensive? And then he's like then Mexican and he's like there isn't anything offensive. And it's this. It's this big it's a it's a very like icon. Michael Scott Joke. But I can't see you know I'm creating shows now I can't see that being okay with a lot of heads of studios and networks to have that kind of show and the reason why the joke is funny because this character has this is so sweetly bigoted you know and I think. That'd be hard to reconcile. Now how can you care to be so bigoted but you still cheer for him and you still want him to become a better person. And I think there's so much fear now of a bad reaction from people that they don't want to take those kind of creative risks and do you think that that's a shame I do i. I'm not offended by very much. But then again I have also not been marginalized a lot of ways that people are so it's tricky. I grew up loving comedy. I give people the benefit of the doubt so general. I'm less offended but at the same time There are people who are you know? I'm I think I'm very lucky. But it's too bad because I I do think the show is very funny and I don't think you know having been there. I do not think it was made by people who are trying to be offensive or push forth you know bad a- bad agendas so it. I think it's too bad jokes about how clueless Michael is. It's it's yeah it's it's not an insult against Being Mexican I. It's it's a joke about how Michael never gets it right but Michael is also the lead of the show and the person who's point of view or often the one you hope finds love and and I think that would maybe be problematic now whereas if he was a side character that was supposed to be like the racist guy that would be a little bit easier to stomach but he was the person in power but in madman wrong. You know I'm often surprised at what's on. Tv and I just think that sometimes network since studios underestimate what Americans can handle and how sophisticated they are what they watch and has a fear that people will misinterpret a joke or you know. Be like very sensitive in a way that you hadn't expected. Has that been inhibiting your writing in any way. That's such a good question you know we. There's so much in. Never have I ever. That could be construed as offensive but because I think the lead is what people would call like marginalized person like a young Indian American girl. I think we're able to get away with stuff. Because of certain powerlessness that that demographic hasn't society honestly so I think it's easier for our character to lash out or her mother to say things that could potentially be offensive. Because it's like okay. Well you know they don't have a ton of power in this country right now and in terms of other shows I think with why I think students in our could be shy about doing that as I think honestly getting cancelled like. I'm not getting handled like in terms of TV terms but the cancel culture and litigation And fearing that. We're going to be you know the networks going to be the next woody allen getting dropped by His Book Publisher. Tina like for for something that they did. So I do think there's a lot of fear about that stuff that was not there in two thousand four when we started the show. Let's take another show break here. If you're just joining us. My guest is Mindy Caling. She Co created and is the main writer of the new series. Never have I ever which just started streaming on net flicks. We'll talk more after we take a short break. This is fresh air. The world is in a dark place. Find a light with. Npr's hidden brain stories and long-form interviews to brave uncertain times insights to understand yourself hidden brain. Listen and subscribe support for. Npr comes from whyy presenting the podcast. Eleanor amplified and adventure series. Kids love here reporter. Eleanor Atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels the globe to get the big story available where you get podcasts. Or at WHYY DOT Org. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with Mindy Kaeling. She Co created and is the main writer of the new series. Never have I ever which is now streaming net flicks. She got her start on the series. The office playing Kelly Kapoor. She was also a writer and producer on the series. When you are on our show in twenty twelve your mother had died within the previous year and we had talked about that. A little bit and you. You had mentioned that when your mother was dying. She had pancreatic cancer and the cancer really changed her. And that nearly a year after her death you were still having trouble remembering your mother from before. She got sick as the memories of her being sick. We're still so vivid in your mind and I knew exactly what you meant because I went through the same thing with my mother when she was very sick with cancer. And I'm wondering if the images of your pre-cancer mother have come back to you as vividly as the post cancer images while I am..
"mindy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"That's friends without the our best fiends. Let's get back to my interview with Mindy Kaeling. She Co created and is the main writer of the new series. Never have I ever which just started streaming on. Netflix DRAWS. Some of her own high school experiences. It's about a sophomore in high school named Davey whose parents are from India. David is one of the schools best students but wishes she was one of the most popular. She's far from it. She's considered nerdy an attractive killing. I became known for her role on the office. As Kelly Kapoor she was also a writer and producer of this series. She starred in the series the MINDY PROJECT LAST YEAR. She started the movie comedy late night as the diversity higher in the writer's room of a late night. Tv show. She also wrote the movie when I interviewed you in twenty twelve. You mentioned and I don't remember what the context is. You mentioned that you're interested in the prejudices. That minorities have against other minorities. And you thought that that was a really good comedy era area and you work that into your new series in that. There's a an Indian woman who decided not to get the arranged marriage. She was supposed to have and she married a Muslim man and then they divorced and none of the women in this particular Indian community. WanNa talk with her because she had married him Muslim man. Is that an example of what you were talking about. In terms of prejudices. Some minorities have about other minorities of course in India in India can doozer not a minority but in America they are. Yeah absolutely. I think that is definitely an example of that. I have seen firsthand the racism that Hindus feel towards Muslims. Because of you know it's it's it's weird to inherit a prejudice because it's something that's based in India. You know because I think it's about Kashmir issues and issues. That table is in India. And then you're supposed to inherit them when you're When you're here too and so we that character felt Really true to my childhood. And my life of a woman who'd made a choice and then was a shunned because of it and what you find funny about those tensions. I find it funny because to the average white American. We're probably the same. The you know this is like to me. It's really narcissism of small differences to average American person looking at someone who's dark skin Indian Hindu person in a dark skin in Muslim person. I don't think anyone thinks there's a big difference between me. And as he's on sorry but his family you know he's I think atheist but his family is Muslim and his dad grew up in this same town. My Dad grew up in in south India but my dad's Hindu. So there's this you know the giant chasm for people who are Indian about about our different families but to the outside personnel. Both Indian as he's in mindy are they related to each other probably like that's I find that comical so for you and is on. Sorry it's more of a bond than a difference. Yes Yeah we've actually talked about it too. I think when he started on Parkson Rack and I had been on the Office. We got so many tweets where people said. Oh they should be together they should date and it was like why because reading to Indian people on NBC. So I think it's funny when our communities try to find lots of different reasons why we're so different when you know a majority of probably this country things were identical. Yeah so you ended up going to Dartmouth College You got your degree in play writing and then you went to New York and started doing. Stand up what was the comedy scene like than what year are we talking? This is I moved just before Nine eleven so this is the fall of two thousand one until two thousand four is when I was in New York so frightening time to start a new life on your own in New York. Yeah you know that experience being there for that it really. You know because we weren't able to use the subway. Even I mean if that post nine eleven New York was it was. We didn't have jobs so we would walk across the Brooklyn Bridge just after because we and we walked to the village we'd spend like an hour and a half walking from Brooklyn to different restaurants to try to get you know waitressing gigs. You know his twenty one. I don't know why I would think it felt normal but everyone else my age is doing the same thing so so when you started trying out comedy stand up comedy in New York. What was your material like? I remember thinking okay. I do not want to be pegged as an ethnic comedian. I shorten my name because Emcees for these comedy shows would have trouble pronouncing it and then they'd make a joke about my last name. What was that I never wanted to Line real name is Vera Mindy Choke Allingham and its Indian name and it's a long name and as a performer. These comedians would just butcher it and then be like I don't know what it is. Just this girl mindy and so I would go do stand up and I already felt like a huge distance from the audience just as a new comedian but then even more distance because it had been made so clear that I was ethnic. And then you know when you to comedy everyone from Albert Brooks you know Woody Allen. These are all comedians who changed their names and I felt it was the easiest thing for me to do ultimately it was really beneficial to to do it and it was something that I had like a lot of mixed feelings about but my parents didn't mind I talked to them about it and then I ended up shortening in it and I have to say and I say this bittersweet but I have to say it was such a help to my career tavern name that people could pronounce So you didn't WanNa do ethnic material. So what was your material like Really bad observational. Like poor man's like Jerry Seinfeld observations about New York and my life. It was honestly trying to be so many different things. I Love Jerry Seinfeld so I try to do material like him. I Love Sarah. Silverman's detracted immaterial like like her and ultimately you can't do go into Santa comedy trying to do someone else's act very poorly so I gave up doing it. I think only probably did stand up for a year and a half and even during that it wasn't a concentrated time I would go. Do Open makes once every two weeks. If the real reason I did it was. It was my only way to dip my toes into the waters of comedy. That was free and accessible. Because you couldn't just be like. Hey I want to go for Saturday night live. Can you just like have me come do it? And there wasn't You know programs in place to discover talent that were You know didn't necessarily look like what they already had. So it was. My only access was through. Stand up because it was accessible and free when you're in college. You had an internship on late night with Conan. O'brien how did you get that? I remember because this was Before twitter before instagram they had a page in the very early nineteen ninety nine the very early NBC website and it was little. I think it was just like. Nbc Dot Com backslash internships and. They had their list of shows. And you'd Click on it and then you would just send a fax. I went to the Kinko's in like an into Hanover. Have like a like a Kinko's open from nine to four and so I just printed out my high. My College resume which was less than half a page and I just sent it with a cover letter to this number and then two weeks later. We got a call on like landline. My dorm so it was. One of those things is hard. Remember nearly like you don't know that anyone received your resume. You don't know If you're ever hear anything back there's no you know receipts. I didn't you know an email or anything. So that's how I did it and I had to then interview. I had to go to New York to interview with the head of the intern program which was like a fifteen minute interview. But I got to go to thirty rock. That experience of going there by myself was the one of the most glamorous experiences of my life. But I wasn't in the raiders. Jim I got to interact with the raiders. I got to take their lunch orders. Not Dino deliver photocopies to them. But I didn't. I wasn't able to sit in the raiders in hero. Here how they made the show. Let me reintroduce you here. If you're just joining us my guest is Mindy Kaeling. She Co created and is the main writer of the new series. Never have I ever which started streaming on Netflix. We'll talk more after we take a short break. This is fresh air. The biggest story in the world is a science story and keeping up with all the latest corona virus research. It's a lot. So on shortwave. We translate the science you need to know into short daily episodes. Listen and.
"mindy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Afterwards there were a lot of times when it would flare up what I was the office because that was when I was so green to that I I didn't understand the hierarchical nature of a writer's room and so you know I also had a big chip on my shoulder because I was at least the first or the only woman and for a while the only minority like fulltime writer that was there and so I It would flare up. A lot of the good news is that my boss and my mentor was was this very forgiving. Greg Daniels and I've talked about him before and her show. But he was someone who is the opposite he's inherited. He's very methodical in kind and thoughtful. And I think he kind of was his responsibility to be patient with me about those things. And that's actually something that now when I have so many younger riders many of whom are minorities are young women like. I have really been confronted with okay. We have to kind of do a greg did because my natural inclination is someone is fighting with me. And I'm their boss is to quell it by screwing them but now I I really try to remember what Greg did and try to replicate that as much as I can. In this series the main character meets a friend who is now at Princeton. Which is one of the places that your character would like to end up in after high school and she tells him of Sheikh. She's a princeton away from home she'd be come an atheist and he'd burgers and have a white boyfriend but her friend who actually is it. Princeton says well. He thought maybe he feel that way too but he has a native American roommate which has made them think a lot more about his own Indian heritage. Did you go through an experience like that yourself? Yeah must exactly my best friend from college. One of my small group of Friends is native from Montana and when we got to college I was not part of the Indian Alliance Group It didn't occur to me to be part of that but she became very big in the native Americans like student coalition and they would have Palau's and they she would live in she lived in the Nat House which is the native American housing and she was so Proud to be native and she was so proud to share it with her friends and I remember feeling really embarrassed about that because I I didn't have that relationship with being Indian or Hindu and we went to visit her in Montana and went to the reservation where she grew up and she would very probably say growth on the rise. I can't wait for you to meet my friends at I grew up with and I felt kind of ashamed. I thought like you know. Why is she so proud of this and Never Americans is country have been through so much more than I think Indian Americans have and she's so of it and maybe that's the reason why actually that she was Is there's like defiance in it but I did not have that same relationship with being Indian and I remember being really ashamed. That's a moment that we put into the Ganesh Pooja episode as her wondering why she has that relationship with her faith and with culture so we were talking about. You didn't have a boyfriend in highschool and your character. So far is kind of striking out did. Did your parents have strict views about dating or sex when you were growing up? And how did how did their views compared to what you want it and how you behaved. Well it's so funny. Bring that up. I was I was talking about this the other day. Because it was a real paradox. There was we were told overtly that no one was allowed to date while they were in high school Not that there's anybody knocking on my door or anything like that. But that was a real rule that was not allowed to have a boyfriend at the same time. My mother really wanted me to dress very feminine league. Get my eyebrows done. She was totally fine with us. Going to Sephora to buy makeup doing my hair and I was very important to her so it was. It was interesting. She wanted to me to be kind of conventionally attractive and girly I would even say more so than other moms but then also shut the door on any kind of me having any romantic possibilities in high school which I thought was interesting. Well how do you reconcile those two ideas making you more feminine as attractive as possible but not warning you to have intimate relationships with boys? I think she wanted me to be perfect so she wanted me to be a beautiful and for people to want to be friends with me and for people to think I was attractive but then also Pristine and not having a physical relationship with boy which let me underline would never have happened anyway but but so that everybody would want to be my friend and I think it was attractive and pretty also had was just this very focused hard working kid who just wanted to go to college Get into a great school and I think that is something that would have made a really proud I was fifty percent of that. So you know I was the hard working kid got I wasn't the other thing but you know I I tried would you have gone against your parents wishes about sex. How you have the opportunity which you've made it clear your heartbeat in a heartbeat. If Adam Brody Ted if my pitcher about him brody from Nineteen ninety-four wanted me to go to become his steady girlfriend. Oh I would have died. Had this like stealthy deceit filled romantic relationship with him while also taking AP classes. I mean it was my dream to have it all but you know that that did not happen. So let me reintroduce you here. If you're just joining us my guest is Mindy killing and her new series never have I ever just started streaming on net flicks. She was also a writer and producer on the series. The office and Played Kelly. Kapoor reading to talk more after we take a short break. I'm Terry Gross..
Cleveland daily newspaper reduced to 4 union journalist
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Talks could get ugly as Congress races to pass $250 billion more for small business loan program
"K. Congress is rushing headlong into a conflict over the next coronavirus a package the White House once spent two hundred fifty billion into a small business fund and opposes Democrats proposal to tack on billions for protective gear food stamps and aid to state local government still signs of fresh progress have emerged at treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin telling lawmakers direct deposits to Americans will begin next week Mnuchin also said ninety eight billions been approved for small business loans according to a person authorized to discuss private conference call with lawmakers and granite and Mindy president trump urging passage of the small business funds A. S. A. P. a test vote set
The Low Down with Derek Frank
"What do Gwen Stefani and Shania Twain have in Common? Well for one they both have vegas residencies but more importantly on the bottom and they have Derek Frank Holden down the base. That's right Derek. Frank is on tour with both gwen engine in addition to doing their vegas residencies. Also if you live in the Los Angeles area you can check out Derek. Frank at soundcheck live. And he's in the resident band there. At lucky strike in Hollywood additionally Derek has played with Shakira. Paulina Rubio Daniel Powder. Air Supply Mindy a bear in the bone-shakers and you guessed it the list goes on checkout Derek Frank. Bass player extraordinaire right here on the career musician. Podcast Derek Frank. Welcome to nomads place. Hey man good to be here. Thank you so much for coming to my pleasure. Right down the street. Yes yeah we were just talking about how we never were neighbors. Yeah Yeah Burbank. Yep GotTa Love Burbank. Indeed man now Your House. You have a studio as well right Yup Yup got a garage we That was kind of the main selling point of the houses that we'd a three car garage that we could build a studio in awesome. Yeah I mean I wonder how many people in Burbank actually musicians right probably half composed. Who's play yeah? It seems like every you know every couple of months I get invited to some session and it's like down the street somewhere in someone's garage. I'm like Oh my God. I didn't even know there was a studio here. That's all it seems. Like half half the houses in Burbank. Have some SORTA studio you know right right. But he's in the industry exactly and then not to mention writers and actors and producers directors. Sure we're definitely in the entertainment district. Here hub yeah cool all right so bro. The career musician it is what it is right. A lot of people say. What does that mean? Well we've made a living out of playing music so I kinda dub does as career music. Yes somehow we've made it work exactly. Yeah against all odds so look I. I WanNa talk about a brief history. Okay I think you went to the University of Miami is I did. What got into music? What was the impetus that said you know what? I'm going to be a musician but I'm going to be a bass player as well. Well that was early on I mean just as a Kid. I think a lot of us that end up doing this. You know we discover music when we're really young and we just like it. We don't know anything about it. We don't play an instrument yet but we're just into it and that was me. I I listen to a lot of stuff. I was really into it when MTV came out. I just could not stop watching it. I just saw people playing on. Mtv knows like man. I want to do that so then when the time came I I gotta get started taking lessons for just a few months and then I was in a music store once waiting for my lesson in there was based on the wall and I was like. What's that and the guys who get the Bass Guitar and I? I had no idea what that was. It was like I wanNA check that out so as I'm waiting for my guitar lesson I start playing this basin it immediately just like wow like this instrument. This is what I WANNA play. Wow that's who's who's kind of like that. Yeah what what was it? Because there was only four strings would they because they were thicker the vibrations the lower frequency? I can't explain it. It's just like I started playing it and just really dug it. I was like wow. This thing's really cool like and then I kind of learned what it is and what its function isn't a band and Yeah just started taking lessons on one of those i. I was a caddy at the time. Saved up some money caddying at the golf course and bought a Kramer Bass Kramer Duke Bass Guitar. Oh Yeah that was in Norwalk Connecticut. You probably know where that is your from. Long Island right absolutely now not too far away. Yeah all right. So then what brought you down to Miami and eventually over here. Well I've you know pretty soon got pretty serious about it like I had my high school garage band jam on. Know Van. Halen led Zeppelin stuff like that. Then my family moved to Cleveland. Ohio and I was kind of thrust into all the all the groups in the school. Like in the music program like the Renault Bass players so I got thrust into jazz band concert band marching band. Because they didn't have Tubas so I played in marching band with a wireless and then look would do play in the pit orchestra for the musicals. They'd have it high school so I was just kind of thrust into all these situations that that made me a better musician you know I had to. I had to learn to read ahead to to play jazz. I had to learn. You know all all that kind of stuff you know. Kinda made me get serious about music and then started auditioning for other stuff around Cleveland. I played in this like all state jazz band called Ohio Jazz Orchestra for Youth and got my ass kicked in that really like you know. Made Me Kinda step up and shed a lot and that's a trip. How about half of the right? Yeah Yeah so. How did you learn how to read and and play changes and whatnot and jazz because you're going from rock and Roll Jazz? That's a transition. Oh yeah totally. I was a metal head before I did that. Likud I moved to Cleveland. I was like into thrash metal and stuff like that and like you know I started taking theory in the in the high school band director was was like. Oh you know we need to play jazz. Been and all this stuff and I'd never played any of that stuff before I had never read anything so I was just thrust into it and I had to learn and I got Got A teacher in Cleveland and helped me start reading and I got some reading books and practised reading. You know it was just like trial by fire. Sink or swim. You know if there's something that I couldn't figure out how to like take it home and figure it out you know and this is the days before the Internet Youtube to just look it up. Oh no I just had to kind of learn from books and learn from a teacher and just learn about putting the hours in just by you know Kinda practicing reading rhythms and reading notes and the more I did that in the more reading situations I got put into Just kind of the better I got at it and it was a very valuable skill that I was fortunate enough to learn on right. Incredible did you ever use the clap out? The rhythms before is doesn't that table. I remember I would just sit in bed with my book and like a flashlight and a pencil and I would just kind of like nod my head to the quarter note just tap out. The rhythms can only do that for a half hour before bed. You know things like that or if I if I had time where I didn't have my base with me and I couldn't like actually practice do that. Yeah just tap out the rhythms just to Kinda learn how to read rhythms. I talk about that all the time to this day. I'll be sitting on the airplane writing a chart totally an IPAD and you can just tap it out and you can count through it and slow it down right. Yeah I do that all the time just like on planes. Because that's like you know downtime. You have a lot of times in between gigs or whatever and you're like okay. We'll I can use. I can use this three hour flight to chart out tunes for the next GIG. That's right and that's all the time. Yeah Yeah we're GONNA come back to that actually so then you go to. Um so which is kind of good because you start in Jazz Ban. You get your feet wet. Yeah I got more serious a- more serious with jazz as time went on like I said I I was in that Ohio Jazz Orchestra for youth with a lot of real great players from local high schools. I did that and then I went to a interlocken center for the arts for two summer programs and then ended up staying for my senior year of High School Eight of Boarding School. It's just an arts boarding school where everybody's there to get just better at their craft. That's along we. There was there for years senior year so I did two summers and then stayed around for my senior year of high school. Then I went to University of Miami. That's immersive though that. That's Oh man. It was great idea. Yeah it really was because I was with a lot of like minded people all the time you know aside from our on. Sambas that we were in our classes. We jam constantly. You know late at night early in the morning like you're with a bunch of people that just want to play and that just really head start you know just putting in that many hours playing those very fortunate to have been able to do that okay. So that got you prepped for. Yeah then I went to Miami. Miami was the only school I auditioned for. I You know I was. I was an electric bass player. Never really got into the upright thing. A lot of other schools that have jazz programs. Were a little bit more traditional big bandy. You know to where like I couldn't really just be an electric bass player and you go there. Really my options were Miami Berkeley or am I and Miami just seemed to be the right program at the time but you didn't even apply to the others. I didn't I just. I applied auditioned addition to Miami. Got Accepted and that was it. Bam So my choice easy. That's awesome just went yet just went for one school. Yeah what was that like? It's great you've completed your yeah. I did for years. I did take a year off after freshman year. I just kind of wanted like takes time off and process everything because I I've been going pretty intensely for a while with with You know the the the summer jazz program I was in and then interlocken for a year and then after that I did a cruise ship for for the summer. Then I went to Miami for freshman year and It was just a ton of intense shedding for years. And I really just kinda needed to take time away from that just process it so I took a year off after Freshman Year. I did a cruise ship Gig for six on states. Saved up some money practice my ass off but also you know partied quite a bit simple. Do on. Cruise ships brilliant. Yeah just kind of wanted just. I just needed a year to Kinda like SORTA CATCH UP PROCESS. Right relaxed a little bit as well. I feel just like a lot of information intel. It was really practicing a lot back then. To right Yeah so took that year off and then went back and finished and it was great. It was a great program a lot of great players. I played in a lot of bands and just took in a lot of information and it was. It was
Listen To Your Mummy!
"Move missed three about that guy. Roz thought a traffic jam on a weekday. And He. Yeah who could have predicted back to the beginning. I'm just glad you finally decided to take the wow machine to a professional mindy I mean how many more jumps corrugated piece of cardboard taken no probably like ten twelve anyhow. Where'd you got me? This great deal with mechanic. He knew from back in the day and it'd be bunker ball's not to take him up on his offer for a tune-up that is true. Thanks for coming with me to pick it up though problem India by the way. How far are we you far? If this lovely morning we're having how about some radio mindy that will help us pass the time. Good idea garage. See here DAB DAB DAB. Maybe that's still static. Welcome back to follow in the big tier in the morning. We're the program for your traffic. Jim Shaw Sweet. Talk for your grid law. Guess which day is just around the corner Tasked talking about Mothers Day. Oh yes kaiser and we got our hands on a hot new music coming out for Mother's Day this year we did. That's right we do. It says right here on the title Sheet Music Ball go man that says mummy music not Lami Music. The vocals in the song had been reconstructed from a three thousand year. Old Chip Schindler me. Let's take a listen to those vocals? And wow talk about auto tuning more like auto to auto dooming and these guys really burn my bacon. All
"mindy" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Getting wash talking about again while in theory there's a six series that'll be coming and probably you're so awesome Disney pause and some other adventures because we're And that'll be the Disney side of things but so many of these stories in the women that I'm researching now in light of the Academy Award N Beyond Again. Incredible amazing remarkable stories. And that's also why pencils pens and brushes exists because so many of their back stories. There just wasn't room in in campaigned and I just kept saying you guys. These women were incredible. They were so inspiring not only in their work in animation. But beyond and that's just the Disney side of things. The work that I'm researching now has just been incredible and again it's game changing so you know what you're doing as an advocate for for women in animation is You're on the cutting point of that. You're on the leading edge of making change so we WanNa thank you for all the awesome work that you're doing with your books. Your research documentaries all the future things you're about to do to I I'm just really hopeful. I wanted to be blessed and go forward and make a real change in this industry. So thank you for being with us today. Mindy and let's just call this part one because it would love to have you back on the bankrupt broadcast. You're on and Tom I will just wrap by saying go out everybody. Please wash your hands before you pick your pencil your stylus out for goodness animate animate from the heart..
"mindy" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Go there to check them out and by way of letting you know who were talking tonight. Which I'm super excited about our good friend and a friend of the show. Mindy Johnson is with US tonight. Let's hear for many Johnson. Everybody Yeah Yeah many. I WanNa tell the audience really quick. Why mentioned that Stewart N. G. BOOKS DOT COM only has. Your stuff is that I know that your friend of Stuart also and you've already put out a bunch of books so let me make sure I got this right. But you came out with a book called pencils pens and brushes a children's book A kind of version right all ages. It's it's actually an extension only kids kids version of Your inking paintbox. It's actually an extension of the campaign books so if you can paint. There's new material in pencils pens. You do not have if you don't have it so again. There were so many great stories. Believe it or not With as larger sizable as in campaign is there is so much. It's still just scratching the surface so there was that much more any again with pencils pens that could in theory be the first of a series of books because they're really incredible back stories a lot of these women and their contributions. Yeah I want all of those spinoff book. Mendy pencils pencils pens and brushes illustrated by rate Lorena and lower rate Biz. Dev Artists for many years. she's illustrated bunch of books. Yeah Disney and other places but she did a great job on this book and she stunning just stunning. She was my first choice of so elated. She jumped at it. She did such great work that alone. It's so delicious. You just want to dive into each of these images so for for her. Artistry alone is well worth the modicum price of this volume but Yeah it's it's a treasure another little treasure and maybe not as good a of an upper body workout as the inconven- might be but I wanNA talk about that size for those. That don't know now that Book Tony. Because you can use that workout. I haven't actually. I have read it already referred to it but many wrote the book and I mean it. It's the book on Women of Walt Disney's animation is called ink and paint the women of Walt Disney's animation And it is a Tome for sure it is a Mondo thome filled with all kinds of great history on the women of animation. I also want to mention before we get going into any detail on any of these. You also have a great book on Tinkerbell. Where's the full title that tinker and evolution? Oh so now did that. Just come out recently. Came out a number of years ago that actually preceded in compete but it is out of print at this point. Yeah but you can find it in the aftermarket Stewart injury but the humam a copy to there you never know but yeah that's a really terrific treasure it's about one hundred years of that. Econo- characters life going back to jam. Berries Beginnings and the origins of the character and then moving forward to a wall disease development of Peter Pan which he'd had a development tinker had been shaped over the course of about thirteen years almost fifteen years in the hands of of other early artists long before Mark Davis got on to designing her final form and then there were a handful of women who are involved with the live action recreation of the character of the form of the character and then it continues on through her Theme Park Days and Comic Book Days and Television Days and into the brings you up to the Disney tunes Direct to video films on Tinker Bell and her friends. I actually had that book. Mindy bought it many body for me when we when I first got to know you. Many you gave me the wrong and you were so generous. I really signed it for me. So it has a very special place On my bookshelf. Right now as does paint which I love that book also so same. Fan of your work mendy tells a little bit about. How did you get into it? Started it sounds like doing animation books and historical viewpoints on animation. And then we'll get into specifically Women women in animation history. Because I that's a great subject and what I WanNa really talk about tonight. But the book. How did that come about? And what was your fascination with Tinkerbell? Well I've always been fascinated with her as a young kid growing up Sunday nights in front of the TV were big deal on Waiting for Tinkerbell to make her appearance But I was sort of cursed with little Pixie haircuts and and was often. Oh you look like tinkerbell and and just kind of referenced in your so animated and so I guess it was inevitable I I ended up doing what I do not that I ever planned it. But it's sort of evolved and then I'd been working when I first met I was Handling the classic animated titles when there was a home entertainment division and did a lot of the global publicity for the classic title so I got to reintroduce or introduced new generations to these great classic titles and for the dump teen time that they were being ruled out for me. The challenge was to find a new way to tell these incredible stories. And I've always been fascinated behind the scenes How things are done very curious in that regard and particularly in filmmaking and storytelling and how these final stories came to be and so it was. It was a perfect perfect place for me. Great opportunity to work with so many of the legends behind these films the artists behind film that we never got to see really that never got credit so no because I couldn't jumped into this. Did the stewarding thing I we kind of came in into your life like mid like more like where you are right now but just for everybody. That's listening so like you're known to be an award winning author historian filmmaker Educator Musician too. I WANNA find out that we're where did you start so it sounds like you're already at and I know this that you're at the Disney Company? your becoming an author. Yeah absolutely I actually studied I'm a graduate of American Film Institute. Got It there and finish so film is always my first love. And then I'd been working in. Actually prior to that was working in New York in television worked on a prime time show. They're made my way out. Got Accepted to the film institute came out to California and Needed a after graduating needed a job and started working at Disney in a rather corporate side of things and then Shook my life up. A little bit changed things up and got into those creative fish on corporate. Dry Land got the creative side of things and it was a bit of a climb worked in TV animation and When there were the some of the earlier direct to video titles and then Found my way into film publicity. Which again I would never have plan this or even knew such an area existed. But it's where I met a number of colleagues at help to mentor in shape my writing and Where my background? Information and formative years in terms of of Disney. History really was built so doing that for a number of years. Then transitioned into the home entertainment world and it was a natural fit to be handling the global efforts for these classic.
An UnFROGettable Day At the Museum of Wow!
"Morning friends and so glad you could join us first. Senior Citizen Day at CMO. Wow they mindy oh great. We invite you here today because humans over one hundred years old get in free and this is the first day of the museums. Exciting New Amphibian Exhibit Amphibian is the scientific name for a group of animals that begin their lives with Gills and tails in the water but later grow legs and lungs for a new life on land. In fact the word right and Vivian means double life like the double life of turning from a tadpole into abroad. Yes a process known as -morphosis versus are you. Are you sleeping. What no who was sleeping allergies? This is sure to be an UNCLOG gettable day. The museum promises some of the most wow worthy in riveting new scientific discoveries
21-Year-Old Arrested For Stabbing Man To Death On New Year’s Day In Grapevine
"Police in grapevine making an arrest in connection with the murder of a man whose body was found on new year's day twenty one year old Antonio Bigham is in tearing down the jail charged with murder in the death of a thirty five year old Omar Gonzalez whose body was found near an apartment complex on double loop road Amanda make new we it's grapevine police as the two men knew each other in return was dating the suspect's mother interacting news says the man had been planning on renting an apartment together before the murder being as Mindy's set at fifty
NFL hands out fines for Browns-Steelers fracas
"Eight NFL officials have released the full tally of fines arising from last week's late fourth quarter brawl between the Cleveland Browns in the Pittsburgh Steelers seven hundred thousand dollars in fines were levied against the two teams Cleveland was reportedly hit with an additional seventy seven thousand dollars in fines for personal thousand happened well before the bench clearing brawl league officials say the fines will go to help fund a pair of an apple programs that assist former
Sonoma County under siege — crews brace for fierce winds to hit Kincade Fire amid mass evacuations
"Sonoma county suremark Essick in northern California is a state wide fire emergency is declared by the governor ABC's Alex stone near Hillsboro Oregon northern California on the fire line the wind here is making the fire fighting effort dangerous flames are jumping roads that are unpredictable cal fire fire behavior analyst Steve Balmer we've got races spread that are extremely dangerous at this point with a radic fire behavior conditions are expected to improve on Monday only to worsen again on
How to Follow Through on Simple Daily Habits
"You know what I'm talking about that thing that you're like yeah you know just every other day I need to call my mom or I've got her ember once a week to are the plants Dang it I have got to get back into the habit of exercising three times a week doc whatever it is right now I'm not talking about the thing that you're not doing it at all or you don't have the motivation to I'm talking about the thing that it should very easily be a habit you just keep forgetting it so maybe exercises in a good one either you keep forgetting it or you keep allowing something else to get in the way just for whatever reason you haven't been able to make it happen and it's not that hard but if it is that important we need to put some serious accountability around it so I wanNA share with you a couple of things that I've done that hopefully you can take from the US and make them your own on number one I don't have a great memory I wish I was as thoughtful dive into memory just if I'm being honest I'm not as thoughtful as my husband is every day if we're not together which we usually are if we're apart for more than a couple of hours he texts me and he'll say how are you doing today how are you feeling and he always remembers like something that happened the day before or if I maybe earlier in the week I said my foot hurts my backwards or whatever every day when he checks in with me if we're not together he remembers something specific that tells me he cares and he's thinking about me and he's listening and I am picky about him and I care and I'm listening to bring a freaking forget to do that so what I started doing being this is a couple of years ago is I created a little reminder that comes to my phone and I use an APP called if this then that if this then that and I set it up so that it sends me text message reminders and I use this like crazy so one of the things I use it for is to remind myself alf because you know if you have. Add or you just get lost in your thoughts and I'm making excuses now if you're not as thoughtful as your spouse you sometimes forget these things and you just need a little reminder so I get that little text message it'll say check in with Brett and then I remember to send him a text funny thing is earlier today I had just gotten the message I'm like Oh there it is and so I was like just composing text in and boom it beat me to already sent me a Texan is like hey what are you doing do you want me to bring you coffee I'm like Dang any beat me to it my point is you can set up reminders to help you to do the things you know you just need a little help to make certain that they happen on a regular basis another might be like maybe it's calling your mom I have a reminder that have inside of my ear it's a post it note a list of about thirteen maybe fifteen people that these are important people that don't see regularly but there are people who they're really important to me and I just want to remember to stay in touch with them so they are on a little post it note on the inside of a mere whenever I opened up my mirror I see name and I go down that list and Oh okay yesterday I texted Mindy and today I'm going to text Sean and I just go down the list and so I don't have to thirteen or fifteen of them or however many is on that list on one day but it's a reminder to get through that list because some these people I don't see on a regular basis so it's a little bit out of sight out of mind and I try to stay off a social media like I tried not to use social media to keep up with my friend I I try to really use my phone and call them in the what I liked Paul personal podcast I know there's an APP for this stuff but you know so like my friend Kim Guard I love her I see her maybe twice a year but I think about it all the time which is in my heart so rather than leading a year ago by just have this little reminder in my medicine cabinet to Texas people let me think of some other examples all right here's one I love of exercising with friends so I do that in a regular basis and I always have but depending on the season there can come at time where it's like Oh that person's really busy and then I don't see them for a while and then now suddenly I'm not exercising with a friend and I don't need to exercise with a friend to keep myself accountable but my thing is I would rather do something healthy when I get with a friend as opposed to like saying hey let's get together and it's always cocktails and food why not have it be something that's really healthy I find I tend to have deeper more personal conversations when I'm exercising with a friend anyways so I have three girlfriends who I rotate my schedule and I exercise with them and it's cool because it keeps me accountable to my fitness gene but more importantly it guarantees I'm going to spend some quality time with someone that I love and we're supporting each other and something that's good for us another example that might be maybe the thing that you need to do is you're like I'm exercising all the time but I keep telling myself I need to change it up but I'm not it so what do you need to do to make that happen do you need higher personal trainer do you need to just set a fitness date and start exercising with a partner the next examples one if you don't mind I'd like to kind of pat myself on the back I kind of need to and I want to do this and set a good example for you as I try to encourage you to do you've got to take a moment every so often typically every six months and celebrate your win this is really important if you're the kind of person who's interested in personal growth because when you're trying to be a better human being you're always trying to be better Oh you forget how vital it is to have motivation in that pursuit and if you're not ever looking back over your shoulder and to see where it is you've come from and what you've accomplished you're missing out on a healthy dose of endorphins that dopamine hit that we all need stay motivated into feel good like you need to feel good so if you can't do this for yourself I want you to ask someone else hey can you think of things that maybe I'm doing better now than I was like two years ago or five years ago or fifteen years ago a girlfriend of mine recently was going to you pretty emotional time liquor force was finally final and she's been like just a trooper through the whole thing just buckling down and doing whatever she needed to do and doing right you know and she was just like I'm just going to tell the truth and I'm going to bend over backwards I'm going to be the bigger person and all of this and it was really really hard and and she stayed really strong throughout the whole thing but then when it was suddenly final divorce was final she became surprisingly emotional she was like what is going on why emotional I've had two years to kind of processes wise it all sudden hitting me and I think sometimes we get there's something really difficult and hard it's only then that we realized we can relax for a moment and the emotions come to us just come rushing through and bret was making the analogy that a lot of times you'll see like when guys win a national championship or something really monumental from an athletic standpoint is really tough burly guys and here they are bawling their heads off at the end why will because tears are response it's a physical response to an emotional connection doesn't necessarily mean you're sad it might mean your euphoric and might mean you you're proud of yourself it it means you're happy we've all had tears of joy but she was having these tears and I said you're grow you've been holding your breath really and just doing what you needed you putting your head down and buckling down trotting through this with such determination that you probably finally just are happy the moment to be proud of yourself and and be emotional about it and that's don't try to stop that you guys like to go ahead and let that happen how did they get on the subject anyways she was kind of reminiscent in kind of you know bombed I guess and I thought I bet she doesn't realize like all the amazing changes that have happened in her life in the last two years and all the progress issues made and so I created a little voice recording kind of like this just in case she I had forgotten how far she come and I think it's important we all do that so I think about the fact that when I first started podcasting in two thousand fourteen I said I refuse to give you guys a regular schedule and I'm not going to tell you I'm GonNa podcast one time a week or two times a week or five times a week I'm just going to be asked when I can fit it in and at the time that felt like the right thing to do but honestly I wanted to podcast more I just I didn't want to disappoint anybody and I wasn't disciplined enough I didn't have schedule I I didn't want to create one that forced me into podcasting and the more I realized this was serving bowl and this was like a way to give back like it doesn't cost you anything to listen to a podcast and that there were hundreds of thousands of people that I could help like who couldn't afford what a life coach or didn't have somebody to pour into them or to share experiences they didn't have a wise friend or or maybe they just needed someone to keep him company
The Facts of Life Cast Reunites for Lifetime's Holiday Special You Light Up My Christmas
"News lifetime reunites facts of life stars for how they move feels I would like to think listener and friend needs for alerting me to this immediately the facts of life stars Kim fields Mindy Cohn Lisa Whelchel N. Nancy McKeon are reuniting for a light up my Christmas hearing December first on the lifetime channel I can't now that Lisa Whelchel didn't tell us about this when we hung out with each how dare she will send a tersely worded tweet to her later but in the meantime let me tell you about this because according to people which exclusively announced the noon Kim fields is gonna be the executive producer now this is not the facts of life okay this is a movie with the stars the facts of life but not in the characters that they played on the facts of life exactly so these are some of us are really based on a true story in the RAF okay go ahead based on a true story the movie tells the story of Emma Kim fields a woman who helps remind her home town about the importance of embracing the holidays here at this time now is a bunch of stuff we don't care about okay I don't know what this movie is going to be about but they're all going to be in the movie and I couldn't be happier I said to my friend name I wonder if they're gonna do like a C. GI Charlotte rae because you know Mrs Kerry no longer with us even better okay they are literally going to rename here in a name and a skating rink in the town Charlotte Rainey's reacts queue so in the movie will be a nice all hat tip to shore okay I like that that's better than the CG I Charlotte rae because of the little weird right yeah no word on if George Clooney is going to be in it these are gonna be let in there that's the word anyway I don't really know what about now and while I would love them to do an actual facts of life you know actually are you in I'm fine with this because I don't care and I'm gonna see them all in the same place and Mindy Cohn I have not seen on the big or little screen for a thousand years so this is what I like about this I I I I I mean I don't know jury still out however this is what I appreciate about this structure of a reboot is that it's not like they're trying to shoehorn their old characters into a new story here in a way to be some like yeah it just gives them the opportunity to all work together again and gives us sort of did it scratches that nostalgic itch for us but it'll be I'll be curious to see how it's received and and if it's any good because I think this could be again a way that other shows kind of get around that reboot thing yeah without
"mindy" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Money or wants more this is the big pockets money podcast as everybody I'm Scott trenched I'm here with my co host Mindy Jensen Today Mindy Scott I'm having a mastic day I'm very excited about today's episode because it was inspired by an article that I read online it's called the fifty one thousand dollars stake thousands of retirement savings have already made and willing to that in the show notes today which can be found at bigger pockets dot com slash.
Biden and Warren join striking GM autoworkers
"United auto workers union members striking a General Motors for a seven day this group outside of facility in Detroit got a visit from senator Elizabeth Warren another democratic presidential hopeful former vice president Joe Biden joined striking workers in Kansas city I don't think you would remember why we have a little class because you all talks between U. A. W. leaders and GM officials continue in Detroit about forty eight thousand our
"mindy" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"You're listening to comedy central. I was at the movies <hes> <hes> yesterday and before the movie started they had this long ad bad where there are trying to say like you know those ads where it's like don't download things illegally etc and the way they did is they were like back. You wouldn't steal a purse would you. You wouldn't think of stealing a car and i was thinking about it as watching it. I was like you know what i would steal a car. If it was as easy as like touching the car and then thirty seconds later i owned the car the and like i would steal a car by stealing the car the person who owned the car car. They got to keep the car and steel car. If <hes> no one had ever met uh-huh ever bought a car before that was kaeling from comedy death ray in two thousand seven sustained up at christmas stuff for knowing the cowboys. What a cute little show. We have what a cute show today comedy central. We changed her name from comedy central khloe to g._d._p. Gaels khloe gals autocratic not here so instead. We have a jar of honey honey. How are you doing today. <hes> love first of all. Your boy has a huge crush on mindy caling married probably or whatever i'm sure she is but <hes> i'm sure i've always loved mindy kelly even if she wasn't she's. I'm probably not her type but i've always loved mindy mindy kaeling yeah and i didn't know she did could stand up but just listening to her. She obviously knew she was hilarious genius but i didn't know that you ever did stand up so that was like a cute little surprised to find out well. I think she'd like a lot of like performance former stuff like her. Matt ban was like her first show. Okay she did in new york which like about <hes> <hes> ben affleck and matt that damon who if you if you could hear someone who pose a question if you could strap on a dildo while you cancer in a dildo if possible would you shop at a deal don't and bang out matt damon i or ben affleck i but i have to do both just okay. You know what actually yeah. I implies yeah. You have to accession of you have to do both. So who are you going to. Who are you doing. I and why matt damon out of the way and then move onto cute little benny you got it. I would if i was going to if one of them was going to bang me in the ass. I prefer both at the same time but if i had to go one by one i definitely would say mattamy tame. I okay because i feel like a little bit more gentle and then i would just let ben affleck fucking ravaged. I would try and seduce ben affleck nick and then go into his pocket and take out his phone and get jennifer garner's phone number call her. That's my scheme jennifer garner if you could bump posts with jennifer garner would you bumpers is the scientific term <hes> yeah. What's the what's the the game movie that she's in <hes>. I dunno no love simon. She's that's her. She's the mom in that movie and it made me cry so much. She does a little impromptu..
Javad Zarif And Tehran discussed on What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela
"There the plane of Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif has left B. AREDS just a few hours after his surprise arrival here in the French city where the G. seven leaders are gathered the departure game within a minute of a tweet sent out by the reef confirming he had met with French president mackerel was seeking a de escalation of tensions between Tehran and
The Vitamin D Era
"On it joining us live from California Dr canal welcome back to the program thanks now doctor now I know that your pop your extremely excited about the absolute barrage of information that's emerged in the past year to one vitamin D. you're saying the vitamin D. revolution the vitamin D. error is officially started in the impact is going to be unprecedented what's really going on here well let me tell you just a little bit about how I got into this because I think it would give some information about how this people about eight years ago I realized that vitamin D. was going to revolutionize medical care the reason I came to the conclusion is because I realize that virtually all Americans are vitamin D. deficient when we he followed her doctor's advice and our government advice and we start putting on the sun block and staying out of the sun it had a tremendous effect on the vitamin D. levels in their blood so I started a non profit the vitamin D. helpful on there you can read more information than you can possibly remember all about vitamin D. and I also realize that the amount of vitamin D. Americans were taking whether it be in their multi vitamins trying to drink milk with pretty much irrelevant the amount is so low it had no effect on vitamin D. blood level and when I realized that it literally changed my life and then within the last year so I realized that to work fully optimally work by the Mindy need a number of co factors it needs vitamin K. to entitlement K. one but the more expensive vitamin K. two it needs boron it needs magnesium that need think and we'll talk about all the certainly I realize there's a difference between having vitamin D. on the shelf and people can buy it for getting people information on the radio the people who are not taking it or taking the wrong preparation can learn about it and that's a big difference so I approached a number of companies and purity agreed to make the vitamin D. formula that I insisted upon and secondly I said by the way I want people to take this with fish oil so what we're going to talk about today at least offer about a complete vitamin D. Formula One that unlike anything else on the market you can't buy it in the store you can't pocket on on the internet at this is the only such formula that exist together with their alter pure molecularly distilled the shore now let me ask you a question here because I'm a skeptic at heart and I like to play the devil's advocate on the radio and how is it possible that one vitamin in this case vitamin D. can be involved in everything from cardiovascular health to immunity to body weight even dental cavities I mean I've heard stuff like this before you know about vitamin C. what's what is different with vitamin D. yeah that's a good question let me just two one thinks of people understand exactly what sort of things have been discovered in in one of the best ways to do that is to go back and look at Google news now here's some headlines from major publications in the last couple years about but I'm in the I'm just going to read off a list of headlines when you think about it is truly amazing and and meet these sorts of headlines have never been seen before for any other vitamins news we are Americans dying from a lack of vitamin D. London time neglecting vitamin D. comes with a heavy price PI lack of vitamin D. can affect thirty six Oregon Washington post I am indeed efficiency called major health risk AMA news that the American medical association of listen to this vitamin D. deficiency may be the root of numerous health problems that the American medical association news no it's just truly amazing the reason that it's an all in prostate health rest health bone health cognition blood pressure health immune health all the different things is because item in T. Pat if not of vitamins it is truly the one vitamin you can not get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it made in the skin upon exposure to sunlight and what's the virtually made is the formal mon activated vitamin D. is a steroid hormone and the way they work that is there's a key there are key to your genetic code and from there it hormones are key to only a few team but hi Mindy is the key to two thousand gene that is it unlock Alvin gene it is the key that two thousand and one tenth the your keynote but one one tenth of your genome is waiting for the key to unlock it and the only thing that can unlock it is quite an empty that's why it's in bald in so many different health conditions your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the
The Vitamin D Revolution
"Dr canal welcome back to the program thanks now doctor now I know that your pop your extremely excited about the absolute barrage of information that's emerged in the past year to one vitamin D. you're saying the vitamin D. revolution the vitamin D. error is officially started in the impact is going to be unprecedented what's really going on here well let me tell you just a little bit about how I got into this because I think it would give some information about how this people about eight years ago I realize the vitamin D. was going to revolutionize medical care the reason I came to the conclusion is because I realize that virtually all Americans are vitamin D. deficient when he followed her doctor's advice and our government's advice and we start putting on the sun block and staying out of the sun it had tremendous the facts on the vitamin D. levels in their blood so I started a non profit the vitamin D. helpful on there you can read more information than you can possibly remember all about vitamin D. and I also realize that the amount of vitamin D. Americans were taking whether it be in their multi vitamins trying to drink milk was pretty much your relevant the amount is so low it had no effect on vitamin D. blood level and when I realized that it literally changed my life and then within the last year so I realized that to work fully optimally work vitamin D. need a number of co factors it needs vitamin K. to not buy them in K. one but the more expensive vitamin K. two it needs boron it needs magnesium that need think and we'll talk about all the certainly I realize there's a difference between having vitamin D. on the shelf and people can buy it for getting people information on the radio the people who are not taking it or taking the wrong preparation can learn about it and that's a big difference so I approached a number of companies and purity agreed to make the vitamin D. formulas that I insist upon and secondly I said by the way I want people to take this with fish oil so what we're going to talk about today is off for about a complete vitamin D. Formula One that unlike anything else on the market you can't buy it in the store you can't pocket on on the internet if this is the only such formula that exist together with their ultra pure molecularly distilled visual let me ask you a question here because I'm a skeptic at heart and I like to play the devil's advocate on the radio and how is it possible that one vitamin in this case vitamin D. can be involved in everything from cardiovascular health to immunity to body weight even dental cavities I mean I've heard stuff like this before you know about vitamin C. what's what is different with vitamin D. yeah that's a good question let me to two one thinks of people understand exactly what sort of things have been discovered and one of the best ways to do that is to go back and look at Google news now here are some headlines from major publications in the last couple years about but I'm in the I'm just going to read off a list of headlines when you think about it is truly amazing and and meet these sorts of headlines have never been seen before for any other vitamins Newsweek are Americans dying from a lack of vitamin D. London time neglecting vitamin D. comes with a heavy price PI lack of vitamin D. can affect thirty six Oregon Washington post I am indeed efficiency called major health risk AMA news that the American medical association of listen to this vitamin D. deficiency may be the root of numerous health problems that the American medical association news no it's just truly amazing the reason that it's an all in prostate health rest health bone health cognition blood pressure health immune health all these different things is because item in T. Pat if not a vitamin it is truly the one vitamin you cannot get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it's made in the skin upon exposure to sunlight and what the Benchley mate is the dearest hormone activated vitamin D. is a steroid hormone and the way they work that is there's a key there are key to your genetic code and from there it hormones are key to only a few team but hi Mindy is the key to two thousand gene that is it unlock thousand genes if the key that two thousand that's one tenth the your genome but one one tenth of your genomic waiting for the key to unlock it and the only thing they can unlock it is vitamin D. that's why it's in Paul in so many different health conditions your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the
American woman killed by sharks while snorkelling in Bahamas
"An american from california killed in an attack by sharks in the bahamas details from c._b._s. news and marie green jordan lindsey with killed near rose island that's a stretch of uninhabited beach off the coast of nassau mindy was visiting the bahamas with her family police say that she was a tact by three sharks while snorkeling they bid her arms legs buttocks and severed her right arm family members tried to warn her when they saw the sharks but she apparently did not hear them in time the bahamas ministry of tourism and aviation issuing a statement of condolence to
A crisis of comedies at the box office
"KCRW sponsors include Universal Pictures, presenting the new movie yesterday, would, if you were the only person that remembered, the Beatles ever existed, from the director of Slumdog millionaire and the writer of love actually yesterday in theaters Friday, June twenty eighth. I Matt Bellamy filling in for Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Brooks, Barnes of the New York Times, and Brooks were dealing with somewhat of a crisis in a certain corner of Hollywood and that is the corner that makes comedies for theatrical distribution. These are movie comedies, and this summer one after another has just been flopping in theaters this past weekend, late night, a very heralded comedy starring and written by Mindy. Kaeling was a total flop five million in many thousand theaters. And it was bought for thirteen million at the Sundance film festival in January, so Amazon, which bought the film, and then released it had big hopes for this movie didn't work. Out what's going on? You know, when you look at that graph teach are published about comedy over the last decade is just like hits you in the face. It's like from two point five billion in two thousand nine to one billion last year. I mean is just a precipitous drop. And so there couple of things that are across the board. Right. The rise of streaming. But I think they're also things specifically about these movies about late night. For example, has some very movie by movie reasons that things aren't going. Well, yeah, I look at the movies that have not done well, this summer, and there have been some studio comedies, like palms which was a an older, female or ended film cheerleaders. And there was long shot, which was a Seth Rogan Charlie's Theran comedy that a while ago you would have thought it would be in the vein of knocked up, which made hundreds of millions of dollars. And it totally flopped, and then book smart was a smaller comedy that got amazing reviews and no one showed up. So I think there's something is going. On. And I think it has to do with this devaluation of the theatrical experience, increasingly movie, goers are saying, we want the biggest the most expensive the event films in theaters and the rest, you know what? Maybe we'll wait for streaming. Yeah. It's not that streaming Netflix has trained people to look for comedy at home necessarily, not in theaters. It's that streaming has trained us to expect exe- entertainment. You know, at highlights the expense, and hassle of going to the theater across the board and the studios aren't blameless, here, either because consequentially they have focused on making these international tent poles and the knock on comedy is at sometimes it is America specific, the stars and the comedy doesn't travel as well overseas. So I think when you're thinking about these mid budget comedies that used to be a stable of the studios. They just aren't willing to make those bets anymore. And Seth Rogan Charlene Darren can't bring people to. The theater who can well late night. You know, there are a couple of things people haven't talked about much. I'll take the bullet one of them. One of them is that Mindy Kaeling is not a movie star. She's an enormously talented, actress and writer, but audiences don't seem to. She doesn't seem to be a draw in theaters which kind of brings us back to that streaming question at the beginning, right? What gets us out of our home to pay for all that popcorn and a babysitter and parking and all of that. And the and the other thing is that when you look at Amazon, this is their tenth release and there's not one of those, that's worked, I guess, maybe Cold War. Foreign film at about four point five million dollars, but you know, they don't seem to know what they're doing with these movie releases and the irony here is that there was a movie star, two of them actually that had a release last weekend, and it was Jennifer, Aniston and Adam Sandler in a Netflix movie that premiered exclusively on Netflix. And while the critics didn't like it. Netflix, put out, one of their periodic audience boasts on Monday saying, thirty million accounts access the film, which, as we've noted many times that is not verified by any outside auditing service. But it shows that people. Were interested in a comedy last weekend. They just weren't interested in going to the theater. And that's right. And the other thing that those Netflix numbers, they say, it's how many accounts watched seventy percent of the title. And so I don't know about you, but I often find myself in the other room with Netflix running the living room, so who many people are actually watching. I don't know. But the interest is, is the key point like you said and that comes from big stars. That's New York Times reporter Brooks Barnes. He joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Matt Bellamy. And this is the Hollywood breakdown.
Marvel Studios, Emma Thompson And Carol Danvers discussed on /Film Daily
"Many Kaeling who is recently starring in the late the movie late night with Emma Thompson revealed that she has spoken to marvel studios about a potential MS marvel project. It doesn't elaborate, whether this is a TV show or movie, but she says that they are excited about she's excited about this character, and that they really seem interested in what she has to say about this character. So ms. Level is a comic book, title, starring Kamala Khan, who is the first Pakistani. American superhero from rebel, comics. And she essentially a fan girl of captain marvel Carol danvers character and finds out that she has repairs because she is in human, and those powers, get awakened one day, and she has the power of shape shifting, so it's really fun. Really zany series about this teenage girl, who trying to balance the her life as a high school teenager with
"mindy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mindy annapolis. The wrong in Maine WGN me meteorologist, Dustin Bonk this morning. Heavy snowfall continues by late morning. We see some sleet mixed in. And we could see it all turned over to sleep throughout the afternoon. Either way expect dangerous driving conditions low visibility with very gusty wind. You busy reporter to Sean. We Whitlow is in Worcester. Massachusetts were already noticing some icy patches on the road, those are those real slick spots at its mimicking kind of like black ice, but it's snow covered. So you want to definitely take your time. If you plan on being out on the road mass DOT they have more than fourteen hundred crews out clearing the road. Governor Baker also advising drivers to stay indoors. Give plows plenty of room to do. Their job dishes are expected to worsen in New England. Fifteen hundred canceled flights already today, and it is early shutdown day thirty on day twenty nine the offer of what the president calls compromise pattern new proposal for congressional Democrats. Nearly six billion dollars worth of border wall. Nutty wants Mexico was not paying for in exchange for temporary immigration protection for young people brought here illegally as children if we build a powerful and fully designed see-through steel barrier. The crime rate and drug problem would be quickly and greatly reduced some say it could be cut in half. And some say no way, including democratic congressional leaders who remain strongly opposed to funding the wall by any revise name or description. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. Women raising voices women's marches in cities like Dallas stress that all voices matter. You don't have to have the strongest boys the most powerful or an organization behind you. You can make a difference. It's called the super blood wolf moon. Total lunar eclipse, it's tonight university of central Florida physics professor Joshua Caldwell. The mood is already a stunning target to begin with. And you get these beautiful gradations in color in this sort of coppery tinge from the earth's atmosphere during a lunar eclipse, so it is definitely a very cool event to observe and to photograph primetime viewing midnights on the east coast nine PM on the west not as flashy as the Oscars now as boozy is the Golden Globes, but the very prestigious producers guild awards last night ear Delors green book wins best picture too sentimental. Civil rights story did well at the globe. This PD a award portends well for the team to get thirsty. CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing..
"mindy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Mindy Annapolis the Plymouth rock in Maine WGN me meteorologist, Dustin balk this morning. Heavy snowfall continues by late morning. We see some sleet mixed in. And we could see it all turned over to sleep throughout the afternoon. Either way expect dangerous driving conditions low visibility with very gusty winds. You busy reporter to Sean. We Whitlow is in Worcester, Massachusetts. We're already noticing some icy patches on the road, those are those real slick spots, and it's mimicking kind of like black ice, but it's snow covered. So you want to definitely take your time. If you plan on being out on the road mass DOT they have more than fourteen hundred crews out clearing the road. Governor Baker also advising drivers to stay indoors. Give plows plenty of room to do. Their job dishes are expected to worsen in New England. Fifteen hundred canceled flights already today, and it is early shutdown day thirty on day twenty nine the offer of what the president calls compromise trumpeter new proposal for congressional Democrats. Nearly six billion dollars worth of border wall. Nutty wants Mexico was not paying for in exchange for temporary immigration protection for young people brought here illegally as children if we build a powerful and fully designed see-through steel barrier. The crime rate and drug problem would be quickly and greatly reduced some say it could be cut in half. And so I'm sorry, no way. According to congressional leaders who remain strongly opposed to funding the wall by any revise name or description. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. Women raising voices women's marches.
"mindy" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Any lamma acquitted expensive day wow i can't believe that really works mindy okay so now what so the first thing i'm going to do is observe or watch and learn from the way the dogs react to the way you talk to them okay why do i have to do the talking okay so first thing i'm gonna need you to do is say a bunch of dog related things like who's a good boy and were you digging into trash again okay i think i got this excuse me dogs i have a few questions i like to pose to you they just get to the questions i'm ready to observe right right who's of good bully were you digging in the trash again like that what need to say it in that hype pitched baby voice know your dog directed voice try again hit on second thought let's just get these dogs back to their own iras you can do it little buddy.
"mindy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Women detailing congratulations on your new series thank you so much for coming back to fresher i'll think you i it's been such a fun time thank you for having me mindy caling speaking to terry gross in 2012 her hulu sitcom the mindy project completed its sixth and final season earlier this week after a break we'll remember liz smith the longrunning gossip columnist who died this week at age ninety four and film critic justin chang will review mud bound a new movie released by netflixing i'm david being coolly and this is fresh air you ever find yourself in a conversation about race in identity where you just get stuck npr's codes which podcast could help i'm gene debbie post which is a podcast the helps us understand how waste an identity crashing everything else in our lives including how a diverse in creative generation of writers and actors is forging new paths find coach which on the mpr one app and wherever you listen to podcast this is fresh air i'm david biehn coolly in for terry gross liz smith one of america's most famous and enduring gossip columnist died this week she was 94 we're going to replay part of an interview she conducted with terry back in two thousand but first we'll put her particular approached agus up in context she was a more benign less aggressive and destructive presence on the gossip pages a stark contrast to what came after her on the internet and on television but she also was nicer in her approach than those who came before her here's a clip from what is still regarded as the best movie about the gossip columnist business the 1950 sevenfilm the sweet smell of success burt lancaster plays a ruthless gossip columnist tony curtis is a press agent who will do anything to get his clients into the column in this seen the colonist and the press agent or talking at a restaurant when they are interrupted by a man with a question may i ask you a naive question was tomorrow.
"mindy" Discussed on This Feels Terrible With Erin McGathy
"Of doing relationships and i don't think that there is any right way i will say that i think there are some wrong ways non how 'bout that intriguing oh trust that on another episode i guess uh of course i'm just talking about murder murder murder more relationships uh anyway mindy was very gracious to answer a lot of my questions about what it's like to be engaged and in appalling amorous relationship and i learned what met a more is which is very exciting also i was almost stung by a bee while we were talking during these tights in this be landed on my leg and usually i wouldn't i wouldn't freak out because i because i uh i i love and appreciate bs i don't wanna be strong but i'm not i'm not somebody who lakes watts it bees or you know is is usually afraid of bees but the b got stuck in my tights and then the be started to get afraid and then started trying to stink it he moved his his his his behind in a stinging motion and so you hear that on the podcast so that's that's what's happening um also you'll hear at the end of the podcast is they leave every i left everything in what you hear the end of the podcast assay that we're going to do apart two and i wanted to do that before he left the festival but we weren't able to make it happen so hopefully next time i'm in new york we will record apart two and uh yeah i think we will i think will record a part to some day um but in the meantime please enjoy this unedited conversation with mindy wrath.
"mindy" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"And i mean just means two two mindy yeah just nocall for any of that should he said to note a bite i mean i saw that you're coming but it still made me laugh where he drinks the coughing said this reminds me of my mother's coffee that was awful to year after she says thanks um yeah i i say pam daughter robin williams was at his moves manic i think in in work in mindy lake if you can believe that i think he was more toneddown in the movies and stuff he did even you even early on um what was the biggest popeye was one first yeah popeye was nineteen 80s i think world according to guard might have been the first but i don't out and i think pop i came before karp if only there was way to look this up on a beach someone should done it before me speaking of popeye music done by uh harry nilsson who most people would probably everybody's talk in a me uh but he had a lot of good stuff lenin on his lost weekend let's see his career film actor robin williams no longer fi uh wait oh right can i do it tiny glasses was the first i remember hearing about that because that was like a like a kind of cinemax porn in comedy thing but yes you're right pop ii in that world according a carpet um yeah anyway well this was this was also you know the late seventy so i think he was on tons a coke at this time i don't know when he stopped doing that but.