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"ryan andrea" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Right now. Horse and julep dot club is where you can learn more or you can give ryan and andrea call. And i'm sure they'll be more than happy to answer any of your questions ryan andrea. Listen really appreciate the visit This interview like oliver interviews brought to our listeners by embrace the race the apparel for the horse racing lifestyle folks can wear what they love at embraced the race dot com and appreciate the visit this morning. Happy holidays and all the best horse and julep club mike. Thanks so much. And we're looking forward to that. I call for the interview after the first graded stakes adventure. Don't forget her number. That's exactly right. i'll be all over it. You got it ryan andrew. Thank you so much. Happy holidays mike. All right happy holidays guys. Yeah fantastic course and julep dot club a cool idea and we'll see how that plays out but it it seems certainly like this is going to be a big hit and i think you'll enjoy being involved with them. They're they're great people Speaking of great people it is time for your lexus. Legends of the turf segment. Brought to you every single saturday at this time by the lex historic lexington when i come back visit with jimmy bell. The president of godolphin's us operations and the president of the after care alliance. I'll talk to him about max field and about thoroughbred after care right after your lexus legends of the turf this lady had a wealth of character. A marvelous vibrant personality and she was indeed an inspiration to others. She was a lady through and through and the roaring nineteen twenties while still under twenty. She entered the world of racing as the owner of a steeplechaser. A racing stable brooke mead came into existence. A few years later she was at burst upon positi and great delight in needling and openly deflating and obvious inflated ego or infectious sense of humor provided her the tool for doing so especially in times of stress perhaps equally as synonymous with brooke meets stable and success. Where the names of precedent elliott burch..
"ryan andrea" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"The same year that i became engaged to my wife. Shelf got engaged with the kentucky. Derby a ninety eight real quiet went on to win. It was a spectacular day. A very memorable day for a lot of different reasons and i know that we could say the same for the husband. Wife duo of ryan andrea aggressive. Who are with me now. From horse racing club in south carolina ryan first of all a welcome you to the program will welcome andrea there with two. Let's start with ryan for a second. good morning. my friend thanks for taking the time. Good morning mike. Thank you so much. For having us on it's It's really surreal to be on his To be on the other side of the radio of after being a fan for so long and listening to all your shows. It's quite something well. I'm excited for this visit in andrea. Welcome to the program as well. i don't know did you guys get engaged at erasing event or was it a totally separate thing. I'll let andrea answer that it was a totally separate thing. But the special thing about our stories out ryan really pursued in horse country i think ever and when we were dating i think that was the first trip we took together. I knew taken. yeah fantastic. Aken is one of those places. That's on my bucket list. I've never been This past week. I had a chance to visit trainer ron stevens. Who trained in for more than thirty years in a train for dogwood and we'll talk more about him. I'm sure during this interview but Ron was just a fantastic guest on trainer. Talk this past week and ryan you were instrumental in helping me set. I can't thank you enough. It was my pleasure. I think I think the world iran. I think he's just phenomenal and love is stories. I love his You know just his personality and His craft you know and success with horses is has really been phenomenal and I was really glad to be able to connect you guys all right. So tell me more. And i'll just throw it to each of you and you can take it and run with but tell me more about horse and julep racing club. What is it. How does it work. How did the concept come about. Yeah i'll start Mike i I've been i've been a horse enthusiasts longtime celebrate enthusiasts almost twenty years now. I was one of those guys Mike that Spent more time studying. Pedigrees and racing forms in in my college classes than than textbooks however My background is primarily in in broodmares and matings and foaling and The racing element came along kind of developed a little later on and as andrew and i got married She came from a non racing background at also. I had my work cut out for me to to bring her along with With me and this. And so. I started taking her to some of these. You know places that. I felt like we're so special. I just wanted to introduce her to and so. Obviously lexington is at the center of that you would go and see You know mayors and foles that we had and and go see stallions and go to keeneland that we went to to saratoga race track. I mean sir. Togas just amazing Had a lot of fun in that community and go to places like ache in and Quaint little town even even places like gulfstream car in south florida. A lot of fun to offer. So i basically Tried to bring her along in in in in the they find experience element of all this and then from there Got her blessing to Take involved in some groups Some racing groups and we've done that and we had a little success But i will say the some of the things that we really wanted from that were Community and more that experience and we felt like that was an area that We we really felt like we could could offer more My background in our background together. We we love hospitality. We love getting people together whether that's here on trips Just r d in our dna and our life-blood so When we kinda had this crazy idea about a year ago and i reached out to fill haggar He's an agent kentucky. And i bounce this off of them a year ago last january and i said hey what what do you think about starting a group and and you know really want to build it around experiential and community and people meet each other and and have a lot of fun maybe even before the race the get to the races and thinking about how you could do that. I've always thought that You know a lot of the the best of the partnerships They they leave a lot on the table when they when they buy in in september and take them right to you. Know training center like ocala. 'cause you miss out in kentucky you miss out on lexington the bluegrass which is so and so We're going to back up and we're going to buy here in in january More the club this month We hope to have all the spots reserved by the end of the month here. And we're gonna form healthy and llc will go and buy january Feel is going to select those horses for us. And he is just phenomenal up and coming star He's just had great success. Worked under some phenomenal people like bill. Motte and you know other top. Agent's like Forgetting the names right now. But he's kind of worked at the success so we wanted to partner with just really successful people to give us the are group the best chance of success so the horses go from there to darby dan farm. I've got a relationship with them and you just wonderful see this vision in sierra passionate and said hey you know let your horses grow up here for the next you know for that. Six eight months before they go to the training facility in our partners will be able to go meet up there at some point Pending all this virus stuff. But we're we're planning to do that To get the partners together there and then from there they'll go down to south carolina to train We're hoping to get the partners. They're together as well. Wait this fall and do the same exact thing and have a great weekend out of it and we. We really excited to to put on some great for The the members before the horses even get to the races and then we've got obviously great aspirations for success there and diagnose great trainers defied that we to work with So mike that's really the the spirit of what we're trying to get through here andrea ryan mentioned that you were not into horse racing when he met you and i i read on your website. That your first intro into racing came about a decade ago with the queen's cup which is a steeplechase event held every year in south carolina Tell me a little bit more about about your involvement and what this rights been like for you. Sharon steeplechase the queen's cup in charlotte definitely and ryan and i are mutual friends. We'd gather there every year and every year. The girls hats are has got a little bit. Bigger each year We really put a lot into it. Just coordinating making it a fun time. and ryan would always take the lead and hosting and seeing his hospitality side. Come out One of the things that i was really drawn to him When we first started dating And i would make sweet tea. Mint juleps You know we just have a good time. Is it in by the way. I want to correct myself. I think i said south carolina that's held in is used at charlotte north carolina's where the queen's cup is But isn't that what at its core racing is all about andrea. We say that about the kentucky derby all the time that the fact that you can go and get dressed up and put on the big hats and guys can put on the finest coats and ties or you can go into the infield. Just hang out with a short not shorts and tee shirt. Whatever it is that. That's i mean to hear the way that you've gotten involved in what's captured you That's what the sports all about. Isn't it that's correct absolutely. Yeah and then. Addition you know to those races just the experiencing different cultures that these towns have offer where you know. I love to travel. I love experiencing different cultures and communities. And you know when ryan i were dating and his exposing me to these different communities. I learned that. I really don't have to go far. You don't have to go abroad to get An elegant experience you know and and try new foods and different people and see beautiful scenery. Yeah and it's going to be great. That people can experience this through the new horse in julep racing club. Which by the way if you wanna learn more You can go to horse and julep dot club that's horse and julep dot club and Check out the website..
"ryan andrea" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"The ninety degree angle on his chest. It looks like he's wearing a push up bra on his flak jacket. That thing is so huge. It's it's it's baker and cam newton. All-time flack jacket. Yep yeah all. Team flack jacket. I think i think they just get used to it. And they're like you know what i like this like i'm wearing. Kevlar yeah exactly. You feel like you're invincible. When you well and also if you're going to run the ball what what do you need. I mean don't really need a flak jacket to you know like probably hampers. You're throwing a little bit right if you're gonna run it. All game doesn't really matter what the browns are in good shape. The problem is the the raiders are going to be there at the end to. If you look at their schedule both those teams could go tenants. Six it's well. It's it's raiders. Titans browns dolphins. Yeah all going to be fighting for that last spot. Think of forgetting one. I think i might be forgetting team. would be low. Well the ravens. To maybe and yeah. So it's going to be heightened. The browns the raiders and the dolphins. That are all angling for that last while probably going to be very very interesting so Yeah and then for the texans. I don't really. I don't have anything left for them and the season they're they're in an official just end the season. Well let me ask you. This and raiders raiders. Yeah i'm sure we'll get to the last month. The new coppins catching a little bit. But trust you without your glasses. If you're the texans would you rather have bill. O'brien end deandre hopkins. Or would you rather have no deandre hopkins and no bill. O'brien moving forward. I'd rather have bill ryan andrea. You'd rather keep bill o'brien. I wouldn't say that that's those don't necessarily go together in this hypothetical they do this. I think i'd still wanted with. If i'm a texans fan being like you know what we had to get rid of the best wide receiver not how. It works to get rid of manager. Are you texans fan or the big bargaining like yes yes like sometimes you gotta cut off your nose this no no no no you gotta cut off your chin shitty actually make the fire bill bryant last year well yes in a In a realistic scenario. That's probably the outcome that you should hope for. But sometimes you know this your bears fan. You've dealt with heartbreak before you have to go back and spend joan yourself and and convince yourself that. Maybe it's not all bad. No that's not the spin zone i would use. If i were a texans fan. I would just be like well rockets. Look like they're keeping things to get. Wait no no. I having cheated cowboys. Yeah that's the spins on those snow in the winter. Yeah no snow. We still have. Jj watt yeah all right washington football team. Lions Weird game because it's the lion. It was though it's the lions and the lion somehow gave up a twenty one point lead to an alex smith offense which is almost impossible given like what. Alex smith is quarterback by the way he had career high completions attempts in yards. Yeah which is crazy. But i just wonder like what. What is matt patricia. Do massachusetts defense specialist defense. He won this game. He won the super bowl he won. Yeah he while he won has ever play for sure but he won this game. And he'll actually coaches a very entertaining brand of football. I don't know what brand of football it is. Well he doesn't coach. He coaches in very entertaining games. In fact like if you're making just a power ranking of teams whose games will be interesting to watch you have to have the lines on the. It's probably like the chiefs obviously in a good way. but i would put like the chiefs. The lions the falcons and the chargers as like the funnest teams to watch the nfl. Knowing that some crazy shit's going to happen. Twenty one point lee. Some sort of heartbreak occur to the lines franchise. But honestly like this game have gone to overtime. Chase young gave it away. He admitted like i made a rookie mistake. As he had that roughing the passer co which. It's always a little concerned right after game when a rookie says that was just a rookie. Mistake like i. I can tell already i would have done that next year. Two years from now not going to do that. But today i had no problem with hitting matt stafford like three seconds after. Release the ball. But overall i'd say this worked out pretty well for the washington football team win either way. If we had one then we would have been in striking distance of the nfc east and now that we lost were in striking distance of justin field. So either way and it was first half it was how the hell of the washington football team only scored three points against the detroit. lions Defense and then the second africa up. Here's the detroit lions defense. They showed up they. They arrived at the game. I also don't understand andre swift. Got his first start turns out. He's good which you drafted him because you thought he was good and then you didn't feature of until week ten again. What is matt patricia. Do he realized he do as a job. He finally realized that. Adrian peterson was like forty years old like they ownership was really good in this game and you wise. This is i start. Maybe you could maybe make the argument. The true football guy argument of well. He was struggling with bullets pickups and he wasn't but when when is it ever been a priority for the detroit lions.
"ryan andrea" Discussed on Broncos Daily Podcast
"Our. I've got the knee injury. And that's ryan andrea. I don't think a determine the severity of either one to sleep without. aj embrace today as a playcaller. How did you have to adjust your coverage in is in your precious to account for that and experience. Yeah it was strong. Obviously i never did find the right combination there. The first half. Taylor had some good pressures but we weren't pressure in a restaurant or to try and help the secondary are pass rush one good enough and the times when we pressured the courage. One good enough and they're really good offense. Great quarterback group of receivers are passed the facts which the pass rushes aren't of you know we struggled to. How do you feel or judy. A bac- held up. You know it's hard to say right now. I need to watch the tape and so talented. But you know our past defense one good enough and that includes pass rush that includes me making the calls and better vic you guys have trailed by double digits at the half three consecutive games. Five of the last seven. Is there something in common with those early deficits. And how do you get that remedied. Well we definitely have to get remedy. That's for sure and you know in one side of the ball is struggling. You other side has to pick it up and we weren't able to do that this week. we definitely have to start better on offense. Start better on defense and so when you're on the road although the roads not same this year you know you're struggling. Offense scored ten nothing at halftime nine. Nothing thirteen three. It's not way out of whack away. It was today. Would you think of log drew lock. He seems make mistakes that that hurts yet. But also you're never it with him. It looks like he's a fighter. Dislike all our guys are. I started our whole offense. Not just drew was out of sorts in the first half in particular. We were struggling to move the ball. Obviously and not making first downs not scorn. And we've got to get that fixed. We did see jerry jeudy his first one hundred yard game. Can you talk about where he is in his meditation process. I think he's made really good strides last couple of weeks to three games like jerry's been plan like where he's he's been practicing better and it translates to the game. I think he's doing a good job in his hours. Definitely these what. We thought we got drafts coach. Were you surprised. Then you were you film it. Bradley maliki guys weren't able to get pressure other than couple of times. All game was anything you saw them doing front. That allowed ryan kinda just pick and choose. I rush which is part of the past coverage one enough. Today when we're rushing forward and that's just as important as the coverage and particularly on some of those wanted the deep ball. They completed from about midfield out. These step up. We didn't have good rush there a little bit. Were you surprised or caught off. Guard a little bit by callahan henry. It looked he was working all week and like red zone and other stop. What how did that go well. He came in monday after the last game had some swelling in his ankle realized that happened in the game and it never did quite respond to the treatment. He tried to practice with a couple of days. Like you said but he was. How one around out there and We worked in before the game today and he didn't nor did we feel you have a young team and a team. That's beat up a little bit. What positives do you take out of a game like today where you got the loss i mean does the last overcome or over overshadow everything else obviously the losses you know main priority number one. We're here to win the game. But i think we're getting better out although it's hard to see that you know when you have a game like we did today We just need to become a more consistent efficient team typically on offense and we need to be able to cover better on defense mushed passive better. That was evident. Today will will came short and i need to do a better job of on the defense. I think you mentioned about the offense being out of st. Think th the missed. Reps are just catching up to you guys. You've had to miss practice a lot two weeks. That's a real thing. I'm not gonna deny it but it's also a convenient excuse. We're not gonna use it as an excuse. We've got to make what we got available and play claire. Coach one particular situation will ask you about decided to punt there in the first quarter instead of Trying that long field goal. You call a timeout. What were you talk over on the sideline. yeah. I had a strong urge to try that. I believe it would have been fifty eight fifty nine yards but tom talked out of it so then i strong enough urge that i wanted to think about it more than to the point where i called timeout took one of the things that you probably could ask vic fangio and maybe i'll ask that today. When he talks does too little afternoon is. Do you think you should have kicked deep now. They ended up scoring after the botched onside kick. If memory serves me right when they went out they were able to march down the field. If i'm not mistaken but you would have maybe yourself in a better position. Had you not taking the onside kick them three and a half minute mark or whatever it was i drew lock was up next talking to dave and you can hear the frustration. His voice Just like you did after the chiefs game. Three hundred thirteen yards again. Twenty five of forty eight two touchdowns one pick and then forty-seven ground without.
"ryan andrea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yeah I'm at the home of Joan and DO Cain X. an hour east of Phoenix long time Iowa farmers the cane eggs were heavily involved in state politics but since their retirement they've been spending the winters here snowbirds we came out as a grand adventure we didn't even know where we were going we didn't plan on staying every year but she says they fell in love with Arizona and the cane eggs are the only I ones on the block Pat Kramer just bought a home down the street a year ago I love the area you can't beat the sunshine or the weather in the winter well they don't miss shoveling snow John says caucusing is still a part of their identity I always felt bad when we missed **** because we have been political islands and she says this year feels especially important so Joan applied to the Iowa Democratic Party and was approved to host a caucus at her house she was going to have people gather in the bedrooms in the kitchen and allow for over flow out onto the patio and solicit sure that's what we'll do little did I know the response has been so big Joan had to move the caucus to a nearby movie theater she expects over a hundred people to show up on February third but back in Iowa my colleague Kate Payne says there's lots of questions about the future of the caucus the satellite sites could attract hundreds maybe even a few thousand more people the chairman of the Iowa Democrats try price as the caucuses are getting modernized the changes for making this year some of the biggest ones that we've made since the carcasses were created but critics say the satellite sites are not enough to fix what they see as fundamental problems the process isn't set up for people who work at night have little kids don't have a car they're undemocratic they're not inclusive yeah it's time consuming John green is with the Johnson County Democrats and he'll be running a **** a site in the city of lone tree green is one of an increasingly vocal number of Iowa Democrats who want the party to scrap the caucuses and that doesn't mean that I'm not willing to do the best I can with what we've got but by god we better have something better four years from now some Iowa Democrats say adding satellite carcasses will make the process more inclusive the green sees it as a marginal change whether they're in Arizona or Iowa he says most voters don't want to spend several hours at a carcass you just want to vote and go home for NPR news I'm Kate Payne in Iowa and I'm Jimmy Jenkins in Arizona our next story might make some of you very squeamish especially if you've suffered from avocado hand I'm an early adopter on avocado hand that's NPR's Tamera Keith she injured herself ten years ago I have a scar the size of a paring knife on my right hand just a you know about an inch below my index finger and hears him story she was making breakfast she thought about some avocado so from one hand nice in the other she went for the pet and then it glanced off the pit and just jabbed into my hand blood it went flying it was just like on the walls it was on the ceiling we did warn you ten and up with stitches and a partially numb index finger now we tell you this because it's Superbowl Sunday a big day for food a bigger day for guacamole I thinking about how easy it is to cut yourself cutting an avocado Dr Matt ice bureau of the Mayo Clinic he's also a victim he sliced his thumb it happened when he was at Emory University and it led him to study how common this injury really is when he and his colleagues looked at data from the national electronic injury surveillance system with a nineteen ninety eight there were just six hundred and forty seven injuries were as in twenty seventeen the were nearly six thousand six hundred and forty seven to nearly six thousand over a nineteen year period which makes sense given the rise of avocado consumption in the U. S. and the main group hurting themselves white women between the ages of twenty three to thirty nine I have treated and number as avocado injuries that's Maria reason chief of emergency medicine at the university of California San Francisco she's ready for today assuming that people are making a lot of guacamole we could anticipate seen more avocado injuries in the emergency department and when doctor raven makes walk so I am completely guilty of doing this where I try to stop a nice into the avocado pit is any of this making you feel better one N. P. R. correspondent to doctors all may making the same painful mistake let's go eighteen hundred miles east to Kansas city the first ever case I treated as an attending surgeon with an avocado related flexor tendon additional nerve injury my very first case that's Ryan Andreas an actual hand surgeon with the university of Kansas health system he is not a victim he's very careful in his own kitchen he really wishes his patients were more careful to it's best to just avoid holding whatever item you're cutting and if you are going to hold what you're cutting always cut away from yourself let's hear from an expert at handling avocados kind of look at as many see photos of any kind of will mark Harkimo is executive chef of Rosa Mexicano here in Washington DC they go through about two thousand of a cut as a week chef Carcano has never cut himself even though this technique does involve hitting the pit with a knife and we expect the knife on the R. C. eight and then we just moved to the upper right side and if sign that motion loosens up the pick just enough so it slips right out of the free okay when he knocks it against a clean container then he uses a spoon to scoop out the battery green good stuff no cuts no pain no avocado hand for him or for you if you use this method but chef Harkimo says there's one other crucial thing you should avoid when making walk for your Superbowl party no no guidelines that's his recipe anyway for a real winner no matter if you're rooting for the forty Niners or the chiefs critics say the assistant is devastating shocking and effective I I didn't know who to come to make your skin your clothes it's the first movie to stare directly at the story of Harvey Weinstein and it does so through a fictional lance I was worried for this girl she's woman she's a grown woman sorry yes a grown woman can make our own choices I never said that because she's a waitress nope I didn't want what than the sum honestly what do you want from me Julia garner plays chain she's a young assistant at a growing film production company in New York we watch her as she moves through a typical day of work putting out scripts in emails arranging travel cleaning up after her colleagues most of whom are men most important gene handles the powerful and demanding film executive who runs the entire operation Katie green is the director of the assistant and she joins us from our New York studio welcome thank you for having me so you've directed and written documentaries before this drama seems pretty keenly observed work were you ever an assistant in in Hollywood or in the industry not really in Hollywood I'm Australian and I I did a little bit time at the ABC the Australian broadcasting corporation well yeah doing some tape machine base because the post production facility but I have been I have had experience in the least powerful person in an organization so I got to think that many people many of us have a lot of job duties that are pretty similar to what's expected of this young assistant but there's so much that not okay or just doesn't feel right you know I think of moments where she's exchanging medical needles and files and things where she's ordering food for people who aren't particularly fought fuller kind about it can you break that down for us where boundaries make be crossed yeah I mean I interviewed a lot of people who works assistance and not only in the film industry but also in tech and finance and engineering and they all have very similar stories about duties that were just they felt a little bit uncomfortable about doing I status of a scripting a narrative around these tasks toss that women were being sort of lost to do and particularly the focus on gender and labor and so this idea that the women are often getting the coffee in me getting the lunches and the boys kind of get to sit in on meetings and get kind of quickly promoted she has to take the panic phone calls from the bosses wife she's essentially cleaning up after everyone literally and figuratively young male colleagues are shown working on other assignments what does that do to her well this is what I wanted to explore and partly why I did it as a sort of a narrative feature as opposed to a documentary was I really want people to be able to emotionally identify with how much doing those tasks can kind of mess with your self confidence in yourself Watson I know as a female filmmaker on the Film Festival circuit often people kind of issue I'm the assistant and head coach or you know or ask me to get a coffee for them and so I've I've dealt with a lot and it really rattled me and so I was thinking what what is this doing to women in the film mystery you were kind of thing I don't know disregarded or something immediately out of the gate so this film is being pretty widely hailed as the first to address Harvey Weinstein's and his circumstances directly the sexual crimes he's accused of his bullying the way he treated women from the bottom to the top of the Hollywood hierarchy as targets more than talent what were you trying to capture that's different well I was particularly not interested in focusing on him or this box I mean he's not named it's not supposed to be hobby one scene it is just a predatory boss I thought firstly that bad man I've had enough screen time and secondly as much more interested in the machinery in the system around these predators like how is this behavior allowed to kind of continue and spread so my frustration with the meat to coverages it often talks about the the bad apples in this idea that if we get rid of the bad apples like everything will be okay and as a female filmmaker I know that it's such a mess your problem that and it really needs a system that needs to be completely deconstructed and built again because there's so much sort of like unconscious bias there's so much going on that is preventing women from getting into positions of power and all of that needs to be deconstructed analyzed and that was so those systems what we were trying to interrogate tell us how you about how you designed the structure of the work place within the movie can you give us one example of a facet of that that kind of reflected what you're trying to get out there I mean probably the most obvious kind of example of it is when the children of the boss arrived at the office and immediately the two men that are working in that same room in there so the systems to assume that it's the woman's job to take care of the kids so this idea that that's that becomes women's work this kind of idea of care giving is assigned to the women and the boys can continue to do the real work you know and so those sort of markets of like a system that really can you know destroy woman's self confidence and I've seen that happen by the way workplaces yeah visited over the decades that the assumption becomes the default and that it to rebel against it is to create tension and friction yeah exactly I rubbed at Sundance Film Festival a few years ago so excited have a movie there and the first question I get is who gives your ideas that James or Scott and these are my two male are uses and the idea that I'm not even in charge of my own work creatively in control of people assume someone else's you know pulling strings or something was just and to be the locust of the woke in the Israeli this is yeah that's like you talk about the system this idea that is bigger than just one person or few people it is something that we need to kind of really kind of analyze deconstruct analyze and fix solution of more women in the film history more women making movies and more women and sent it in movies Kelly.
"ryan andrea" Discussed on Channel 955
"Ryan andrea agree doug this out the i'd say talking to hope rendering her pregnancy with blue ivy about how be impregnate is makes a really nervous smidge live in fear though for the second pregnancy does riven fear and fear and when you were dancing on stage an you're doing on the left wing afraid i was afraid back to tell me that i was completely healthy and don't be crazy aaron or even and to live my life and that's what brown was referring to second pregnancy blue i the was her second pregnant ticketed go the shit amiss carrots the first habit arriving so molly obama only main turn at the weinstein company which thirty picking and choosing scripts two picks to exact it's not my doesn't happen any internal world molitor officially started work on monday and she's been busy reading three scripts in deciding which ones to move on to the weinstein higher ups now the wife company has pretty some of tally with biggest movies in the past decade including the kings beat silver lining playbook a line change and goodwill hunting murray is internship runs through this spring and yes he is getting paid that much he's getting about nine bucks an hour from what i'm hearing blowing it was talking about it the other day and it has been confirmed to former president george age w bush and his wife barbara will participate in the coin toss it superbowl fifty wine two year old bush was discharged on monday from the hospital in houston or he was treated for pneumonia and his spokesperson said the goal of attending the super bowl actually helped motivate all that's when we're president in his recovery if you're excited for fifty saves darker the next installment in the fifty shave the gray series giving thornton who plays christian crave says the movies are really enlightening forehand he actually did know anything about sex choice before the first move eight and you now anything about that world before i mean the film it that is pretty much everything you flying than the red room you've used a versatile but not for the same effect tosh yes like it's more like maybe a rowing like a horse or something yeah his co star dakota johnson said this equal is actually way easier to film because gone through all of the awkwardness of the right next scenes now yeah it was it was i mean.