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Carey Mulligan

2021-02-01 | 🔗
Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman, An Education, The Great Gatsby) is an Academy Award-nominated actress. Carey joins the Armchair Expert to discuss her parents’ fear of her pursuing acting, landing Pride & Prejudice as her first role, and the benefits of having anonymity in the first few years of her career. Carey admits how stressful it is for her to have to be funny or sing on stage, how she met her husband in camp when they were kids, and her new movie, Promising Young Woman. In the fact check, Dax gives a TedTalk on diesel fuel.
This is an unofficial transcript meant for reference. Accuracy is not guaranteed.
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we went there like two weeks before official locked down the queue in the shop started. Getting really long This doesn't look good people abiding by so we left in the meat is never came back was run on toilet paper. There is well yeah there was insane yeah icy. I thought that was uniquely american yeah. I guess I never understood that just happened in our you're out a toilet paper. You're not going anywhere may go, go. I was so where people went crazy. You couldn't get flower, pasta, taller, yeah. Now flower and pasta. I kind of understand you need to eat to survive, but again you own a shower hop in there and tidy up yeah, but that's a lot of pasta no now much faster? I think that kind of happened again a little bit last week when they announced last lockdown wherever
when I go to now in retrospect, do you wish you had quarantined summer, Sonny No, we guarantee that the best time as we currently during alarming because where we live as a working farm, so when we got there light lambs were arriving, and so we went straight into like feeding maybe lambs serve as a very good I would be in the country, and then we had this insane tropical summer, where it was just hot for seven months in England and now it's miserable, but there was like remarkably good. For us, so it was grown now. You are in a slightly worse situation than my wife and I because we have six and seven but man three and five in quarantine in your here. Congratulations, I'm really rather myself about I've, my God just reading three and five percent, a spike of panic, my body and that's in normal times when, like my sister can watch the kids and I can go, do something, but the idea,
that age, twenty four seven four eleven months is really some mouse. Yeah like the weather was I just keep going back to the weather is so excitable that it was funny we could just be outside and we were so lucky to have space and not have to be in a city and like be surrounded by green fields. I can't imagine having to do it in an urban space, but we felt very lucky and actually do you know like when you have kids, Louis, oh, my goodness, it goes buying like two seconds you know achieve at least. Let me Asians, I did think, like you know, as nightmarish of this is There is a window here that we get to soak up then being adorable and tiny, and am I gonna more I mean I feel like it such a crazy blessing. We ve deadlines for more time of them this year, then probably we would have cumulatively over the next two years, but it does have its challenge.
The MAC there's no time for you to recharge, like all the pay ass required for them. Generally, you had to go and call ride and do little recharge working at a recharge. Nine weakens thanked bandit like eight fancy. The figures show that since the work among ITALY Blake, really long hours now I gotta agenda of the many pros and cons of at one pro. Is you get to do a press two just at home? Is that lovely? I mean this is how I ve been all day us to adjust where sweats every day yeah it's amazing. You know that was nice and all the trouble that this would have entailed being offers great. It's such a champagne problem, the emerald director, that's her first teacher and she's made this Orson Film and she's such a genius, and
the party that has wanted to have like a thing that we could go to endear outfits and have also taken together. I cried in funding. We did like a photo. The variety of those let one of those portrayed studios. You go to a million portrayed studios in three days, a mayor Mega Emerald, United and phase out together instead of welled up, because I was just so proud of her. I can stop crying and poor. Photographer was troubled by what was going on those parts me. The wish is that we have a good thing where I could stand next to her, celebrate her yeah. That would be nice, but then inevitably domain just remind you, you would be walking walking the carpet and after you did like the top for outlets, you get to the questions where they're like so and so just go
use a blank. What do you think about that? First of all, I'm just now hearing that for the first time yeah, that's true, I don't miss that and I don't miss the sort of horrific share falling over and you know the worst stuff, but yeah you're right was. I think I don't need to cut that. I cannot stand the whole trying to look handsome aspect of it. It's my least favorite part of anything. Just even opening the door. I'm going to consider how I look when I look in the mirror is just a bad endeavor. For me, my wife digs that she gets the hair and makeup. There's a dress. She's excited to. She loves it. Do you enjoy that part of it? I enjoy the people about. I enjoy like the higher make up guys I mean it. I never thought I'd MR junker sitting at home. With your ring lie tracks on your own. If so strange not having anyone, you know when the journalist who accept I'm leaving. I love use, whereas it I'd like there's, not a bad, you just don't get too decompress about any of it and his old. I didn't mean to you before Christmas. The summit,
and I was sitting on my own in a room doing it and then I guess I was doing interview the guys like an hour. In the end, I realise that the whole room on the ground floor of the house had gone dark and Just me racing on my own ring. Let us look into this guy and a kind of lost track of what I was saying about this, but Those weird, though I miss like you know. I guess all the people in the junker, like the whole structure of it, feels very competently that happened to us on Friday. We are interviewing a guy, he was in Barbados and he showed us he flipped the computer around. It was sunset in Barbados, it was so gorgeous and we're so envious and then about four, minutes late, I realized. I cannot see this person anymore. You pitch the cap. I guess I owe you disappear, but that swine, now how far the EU currently from where you grew up a couple of hours. I was born in London.
I moved to Germany when I was about three Nelson Germany's Lois, seven or eight, and then let's go outside of London, and I move back in what I say: to working with you in Dusseldorf. Ok, my mother fell in love with Dusseldorf on it. There was a lover and now announced yeah. This is the truth and no one. I was sixteen. I had this great Zaire to drive on autobahn and she had a great desire to return to Dusseldorf. So we we slam those two things together and we went in what a lovely place, if ants It's on the Rhine. Maybe is it right on the Rhine in Asia we went to hand over fast. I guess we went to doesn't love when I was five or something I went to. The international schooler area is lovely. Now I'm super fascinated with Germans. I probably a more interested in them than any other group of folks because, while in a nutshell, their obsessed with Tube- which I think is funny but the level of cleanly-
S organisation, all that stuff there's something unique the culture. I was wondering if any of it rubbed off on you so I mean I went to a kindergarten that was like a rude off Steiner, kindergarten where we used the where flowers nor hair, like a treat to beat the Duff of the maps that we sat down on the floor, and then I went to school. But you know we moved around a lot, but we were amongst export community like at one of our friends were being in a minute trio. Whatever? Might we weren't my dad's item on a job? I do. I got questions about it. Don't you worry about hotel yeah, I'm gonna go right into my grandparents on this very modest roadside motel. You know you compare our right and from the dutch colonial motor I spent summers there. And I use the wrong that place and it was a unique experience like I'd try to take apart the ice,
Jeanne, just so many memories of being kind of turned loose in a hotel, and I wondered: did you have access to the hotel, your dad managed yeah It is I mean I when we were little little weasel I'd around in the laundry? What is your name in a weed so say in their travel? The laundry on top less than we'd get taken down into the big laundry room then, and we used to go into rooms. Have two people checked out and like have a look around anything and once we found a penknife, my brother opened and I tried to shut it, and I shall say island my thing. And then we weren't allowed to go sneaking in people's rooms anymore, but yeah we kind of had a bit of free rain. You know it was the ACS yeah, I'm going to ask a very more Question trigger warning my grandmother, my sweet sue, grandma Midge.
Found no less than four different dead bodies over their hand year about in this hotel, because unbeknownst to me, people go to hotels to commit suicide because they don't want to ruin their home. Are they going to like seeing sitter their home? Well, I think they consider their family that they're going to leave the home behind you. So I guess you can have your dad found any should avars, but I think it's time you know, I've never asked him, but now I'm gonna call him up and out. He did tell me stories about burglaries robbers. You know there was like a cat burglar. When we lived in London in the Meda he would come in and steal. Jewelry from all the top floor, like fancies reasonings, sit back again and then mom and dad they met working at hotels at accurate, yeah, in the Middle EAST. I could remember if there Jordan, ordinary man but yeah they met in August or hear something
and I find a little bit inconsistent, so your father's job, where he have the confidence to pick up and moved to different countries and be I don't know it seems not very fearful they had of huge fear, an outspoken fear view pursuing acting. Yeah they did, but I think that's probably more to do with my dad left the country when he was like sixteen and I went down like in Germany and worked his way out from the person I'm he started collecting, losses in a bar and and and continental hotel, and then you know he worked his way up to like running I know there was a sort of element of them wanting me to kind of have a full. I could go to university and do all that stuff, because you know my brother was on an academic path and they just wanted me to have a safety net sort of put all my eggs in one basket which I get, but at the time it felt like
torture, but they also seem adventurism. I mean I understand me. Oh, he chose a profession. You can start at the bottom work your way up, and maybe he wanted that for you, but at the same time there is an element of like romance and adventure. Don't wanna go tank, I mean bacon and my mom came from like a tiny town in Wales and like now fucking on in the Middle EAST and myself yeah. I think it was just in it. There wasn't a the version to me doing it, was just doing it when I was eighteen or younger. They just want to me, so I have one thing that I could do that wasn't acting to fall back on tags yeah, my mother had a similar as you said, I'll pay, you ran. If you go to college lawyer in LOS Angeles, trying to be an actor, so my fall back plan was, I got a degree in anthropology in there is less people employed in anthropology, then yeah right at the outset. I didn't have a full back. That's the problem. There is nothing else I could have really done, which is the thing that I would say: people like the eighteen year olds leaving school, will write to me and say you know. I walked in my power
and I know you were in this position. So what would you advise and my advice when I have responded as like? Just if, there's literally anything else, you could think you could be good at we'll be happy doing like do that, ok interesting. So when I read your history, one is. I know that you went to a Kenneth Braun play and then you wrote him a letter. Yeah allow Iris yeah real geek Well. First of all, I was like I've never written a letter like that. When do we then, for there are low back and then I guess his sister answered. Uncertain said he said. If that's what you want, you go for a right, but then you asked Julie, and fellows who is like lecturing at your school or something, and he said, do not well yeah. He said, have a very good fallback option, but it was him and his wife who introduced me to the casting directors assistant of pride and prejudice, who auditioned me ride a bridge, and that was my first job, so they did facilitate me.
Meeting the person he went up, giving me my first job, so I M a huge amount paid. It tell me to marry a banker Why, when I read the Kenneth response, as I that's nice, I guess that's what I should say now I read the fellows one. I was like that's kind of mean, but then I'm delighted to hear that you ve taken the fellows approach where you're like yeah, probably dont. Do it my way so I'm united, if I could think of something else that I could have done, that would have made me happy over. You know. I just think that the stars I had to allow time for me to be able to get that one job that then set meant that I got the next one of annex. One in I was just so remarkable, and I just I knew so many actors, particularly in my twenty that would just incorrect the talented and they did not get a job full of no money in the voting list you'd, better luck required and that you just don't wanna, be struggling. My man, you can stay on advice, because I don't really my encourage any wonder in their life, but I just say: yeah: you want to do it by a Honda cause you're
Gonna wanna have repair bills. It might take a very long time its chief yeah yeah yeah. Really dependable car yeah that step one and straight away her luck to strike Are you getting bright and prejudice? I was watching clips of it today and I just thought Maybe this is my weird american point of view, but what a coin essential role for you to get as an english accuracy to be in period in those out the whole nine yards? Did I feel a little bit like well, there's no way, just landed right here. My first thing: yeah, I was working in a pub when I was auditioning for I've been a clean I worked as a runner and a film studio for free and I was smoking a pub when I was in the accession process than suddenly. I was going off to leave the pub to go and work in. I want to fill with almost Sutherland Brenda Breath, and then it was completely
surreal that even years afterward like now, I've still thinking. I couldn't believe that was from what I was even annulled, but my first job just insane yells but you didn't. I was like that you a lot like I was watching. It seems like there's a lot options ear, but Ireland doing a scene. One of the first things that we shot was the scene with you didn't. I had had real, really visceral dreams about working with you didn't. When I was about fourteen. I was such a nerd. I remember waking. From having a dream where I was working with. You did engine realizing that it was just a dream and being like genuinely emotional, real and then all of us, I was eighteen and I was in an actual scene with her. Member J right, the directive coming out to me after the first take the seeing what she kind of comes into the house and makes us all up and world Funding is a family terrified of her and he came over me off the first taken said: what are you doing? like other always even if you ve, got to actually move your face. You ve got to react.
Do something I was standing there like occurred, couldn't get over it. When I was going to rob the stuff you have done today so much of it, exists in a movie industry that I'm so fearful, is going away. The fact that you can go from that and you can in an education and get nominated for that, and then you can take some time and then you can, through being so great, you can kind of plot out of future and I'm wondering- or I fear that the twenty year old carry mulligan today. Like I don't know what that looks like do you think about that at all homage to change, or maybe you feel like it hasn't I think it has. I don't know why would have done if there was we'll happening now. I think it would be totally different. I think I had such a luxury of what kind of anonymity I guess in the first three or four years of my career, I was in the background.
Getting to work with amazing people, but not really being relied upon to be particularly, good, you know, is not mentioned in reveals or anything. I wasn't playing those parts, but I was consistent. And shows with like extraordinary actors, but I could just watching and then first thing I remember doing but was sort of any kind of waste on me with and upset a doctor who were the doktor David tenant behind me, wasn't ready in the episode because if they were shooting another upset at the same time, so I was doing that and that was the first time I was like the lead and a thing and about felt very weighty and exciting, but the first he is plays and I did tv things, but I wasn't in front and centre of any of them. I think now people are just coming into this. The pressure on the privacy image, the social media stuff, like none
didn't even cross my radar. I remember twitter starting and someone you know I had an ex boyfriend who started a twitter account and he was tweeting things and I was like what is this: Why no one gives a lot of people. I don't care if I'm right here, and I still feel that way I haven't heard but yeah. I think I know what I would have done. I would have found it hard to avoid that always your ego during the periods where you were like eighth banana, a new kind of in the shadow of all these amazing people. Were you truly just grateful to be there? Were you like? Ok, I want to say how grateful to Peter I wasn't ready until it is already too late. I remember when I first, whom I saw an education was the first time I it. I guess self. Plainly anything apart from doktor you and I run mother crying, and I in Ireland. I rang or up until saying like it's so boring, it's boring
my stupid face literally does nothing. I my face just look stupid and it's boring and everyone's gonna hate me. Going to be a nightmare, and I really don't want to go to Sundance and she was like I'm sure it's not that bad. You know just go and just get through it and you know: you'll be fine, come home and I had nightmares before I went to Sundance that they were gonna chat me out for being so boring. It was never like. I got to a place where I was like. Oh no, I can do this. I didn't have any expectations for that film, I felt lucky that I didn't go into that film with any kind of fear of messing up because I didn't think anyone that felt like a little university projectiles, Did you learn anything from that? Did you learn like? Oh? I guess I shouldn't trust my evaluation of myself, gosh.
You know. The only real thing that came out of us was the ability to not have to do everything that I didn't have to do all the jobs that came along, because I've worked pretty much without a break from the age of eighteen to twenty three and was anxious. If I didn't know exactly what the next job was to ask before, I wrapped the previous job like next one. Next one I did a play on the tv show. At the same time, once I was doing the hypochondria Molly airplane evening and then in the daytime, I was doing enough said Miss marble. Where I was Timothy dolphins. Why not? It was just not. As are the same Adra. Pretty much terribly handsome. It was a real game, changer just not having to take every job. They look out How did you navigate that in such as successful?
because I had opportunities and I wanted money and I wanted all kinds of things and I was very bad at it. So how did you? How were you patient? How did you not fear? Like oh shit, my moments gonna pass? How do you turn down. I don't know a James Bond movie or whatever things they throw your way. At that point, I think I felt very kind of idealistic about my career and wanted to make things that would serve be memorable and would matter, and my agent is one of the best people on the planet: she's, cool, turrible, fridge and she's that my agent since I was eighteen, but when an education happen, sheep set me up. Lunch? I think when I was using. Never let me go and she said look here it's really rare moment in your career, that doesn't come up. Various Then it doesnt last particularly long, but you are in a moment way. You can choose you shouldn't take apart unless he carbon
but the idea of anybody else doing it basic parameter for that kind of became the benchmark. If I consider the imagine another act to doing it and be ok with it, then I would say no and also does I wasn't fighting for software like I, you know I audition for the Kohen brothers and in addition to things over the If I didn't get says not look I've just been sitting in May. Ideally picking his own death, Burma Harangue. That idea give me enough space to achieve always backs me doing, plays and she's always back to doing Amy films that have no money, that hardly anyone seasons. You know that I love so you know I've been lucky to have her exacting if I'd been represent by somebody else. He wasn't quite so she's, always been rock solid on that matches the real doing why I want to talk about one of those movies that potentially know I was going to see, and I bet didn't have a huge budget, but it's been my top three of the last decade. For sure is shame. I just couldn't love that move.
More progress, I'm a recovering attic, but what a fuckin movie I mean my goodness similar scenes that scene with him and the appeal. Man, not black woman, the way they get together, how it's one Sure I'm like. Oh my god, that's the first time. I've ever seen what sex in real life looks like like that's it, they did it and holy shit. I had never seen it there's somebody awesome scene, you playing Sheikh. I want your love that scene I went out and downloaded. Song afterwards and listen to an endless Lee and want to be in that apartment adjust loved it. I loved it, I've any of the scene at once, and I thought it was young and Stephen Greens incredible he's a genius in. I really do feel like he's in his own league as a filmmaker, so to get to work with him was not some. I begged him for that job. Let him leave are missing. I just wouldn't then gave getting to be a part of it was extraordinary, make. It was like, unlike anything I've done before or since our
So imagine and I will just be guessing, but now I had one experience like this, but that takes or so long It takes her so long as just wide. So often did you love that If you like, you would just more and more and more and more forget what you're doing I loved him. I mean a lot of it with the way that we like the cinematography, because that is so much freedom in the way we moved and wheat placid everything out, but ultimately we would just run it felt like faster and we do take and then Steve would be like wild cheerleading, coach, combo adversary. Line say like far West amazing, but let's do another, one of which is the most out of his cruel whoosh, using new meaning the majority that all my scenes, shot in the evenings. We wish using night suits, which led to the sort of weird magical quality of like shooting at me. The night I was love, I'm the only person on saturdays throw to be work on the night. You because I think it's just so cool
I feel like someone that happens. I'm like a kid who is now was to be up that late, I'm like only gonna working in it's the middle of the night yeah and every wondrously annual rode away to doing this. Like a man, thing. I think I love it so that was really cool and New York. I love so much you know in Michael is just such an extraordinary actor so getting to run the It seems over and over again, and even though some scenes are we did like sixteen takes in a row just kept going kept going and yet was amazing. How'd you sang before on camera or in a play, were you a singer prior to that? I wasn't. No, no! No! No! I kind of girl, pungent babies, coveys right! That was my dream. I came to New York when I was about fourteen and I saw the some men days studio. Fifty four cabaret back the first time round and I was like
about my that's. What I want to do and then quickly realized that I did not get nothing you voice, Sir James Goldsmith, I'll just acting or just do act. If I thought I can't dance so I didn't see that dream, but it was in some enquiries and stuff you. I was kind of comfortable holding a cheap, but that was truly one of the scariest things I've done which seems mad. I was less nervous to be naked on camera than I was to sing that song, I mean being completely naked, always made sense to me from the moment. I read the script and I'm incredibly prudish. I don't even like wearing a swimming costume, but in this film, they asked him there was always able nothing. I'm yours, you're done so complicated, there's multiple pieces to earn my hat where's, my swimming costume, I would rather make love to a camel on camera, then have to do what you did, because you know I need you to sing it's a very long time of one or so it's like you know, you're, not
and build a high like there's, no practical approach here like now. I gotta think fuckin song the hallway throw down. If I should the bad on this point, I don't know how we do it right, so there is no safety net. It's scaring the shit out of me watching you, because I can't sing yeah. No, it scared the shit out of me and I love that about it, and I remember at the end of that we did four or five takes, and then Steve came up to me afterwards and said: okay now, just sing like the lines of another song, because you can't just someone song. We need you to finish that sat and walk over the table and sit down with the boys. I said, ok great what sound you want me to sing. It was I I don't want to. I can't be any songbirds ever been written. You gonna make it up, because you guys do anything because I see just make it up. Sir. I was like a thief I didn't have to make up. I can barely sing and he was like we're not just on the pure and artist. You said your fuckin artists, they make
so I was like, oh god, it's so perfectly him and yeah. So I just like said some nonsense about a rose. Something is that in there, your fake song, I can't remember, but I think, there's maybe two words and then people start clapping, maybe my last few words, my fake so graphically we watch so that I can see you're improper, so I came up with some honourable drama school used successfully put the x annotations, very sidling, anything I hear it. I hear go back in a terrible stating arm chair there
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in terms of apply. I wonder at the psychology is behind why singing feel so vulnerable it shouldn't like not more than doing comedy and doing anything, but it's the scariest thing to do. I don't know why when we did inside New Davis, we did a cancer of the town oh for the film and the sun came out and they go everyone you things and maybe to combine a beggar like Patty Smith and Gillian Welsh, and that they have this gig. And I was the only person, it wasn't a professional singer and I had to do my son and I was like fun. How great this would be awesome and then got there and was paralyzed just couldn't. I mean you know had like a double whiskey on the side of the stage knocked it back got on stage sang came off like practically collapsed. I was so nervous doing that I don't
understand how people can do it. Other voices shaking I'm gonna launch a theory right now. Okay, let's hear okay, which is like in general, if you even you're doing stand up you're doing improv or you're doing sketch like you're going to make a joke. It's gonna bomb or not, but if it bombs you're, not gonna then make that joke for four more minutes. I think, The notion that like if it goes wrong, I'm gonna be stuck in it for the next three minutes. Going wrong in its gonna be the longest three minutes in my life. It is not the case with comedy team, I'm dying and stand up. Satin then where's deal maneuvers, there's still moves. You can make me any good. They want, if you, if you would it s bad at a man with no maneuvers and you that's a really good point. Meteorites somebody who is not funny to do stand up is definitely worse or empire was laid hands on eating stand up
the majority of majority, but even like Kristen, gets nervous before she sings and she's gonna sound amazing. She always does and she's proven that yourself. They want to take up, ran in all programmable programme of rose before she sings. Even when we did like the Christmas special for. Only not there's something about it. That feels like your sharing, like your inside, yeah yeah, I don't know why, but it's almost like being judged by your face is like here's. The sound of my voice feel free to hate at our love- and here I think, is something worse with your loved ones. Like doing anything, I dunno I rather like two hundred strangers than my family and my best friends business for one of my friends biggest complaints. While I was doing stuff,
for a few years, thereby why're. You invite me in Sharm, because I only want to do it for strangers. I can adopt a fake thing that I can buy in do, but if you're there I'll stop mine into it, yeah hundred percent, but people We see the pleasure and where you comfortable, inviting them. No, I was the answer I would say this is my one experience of trying to be Funny- was a monologue ideas that sounds terrible. It wasn't just a component but I did a monologue who girls and boys in two thousand eighteen, which was like ninety minutes of this When telling the story of her life and answers, I hold out your monologue was ninety minutes here How on earth did you memorize that? Well, it was ninety minutes in England and then when we went to go and do it in New York, it was ten minutes longer because I just slowed down because they want could understand my axe and others like he stands caught me oxen and in New York. No one could figure out: let's go slower recovery in Europe,
chose gas and fast of half of that is comedy. I mean it's a pretty much. The whole first go to five minutes. It's just meant to be very funding, and I found that was the closest I becomes pulling out of something until three days before our first performance. I hadn't run the plane through or two from start to finish every summer about a page through I'd have like a panic attack. Oh my goodness, it was really bad and I had to go into like doctors and they were so nice at the theater. They were like look if this is really. If you can't do it, we totally understand we'll just count. The brown like that kind of stuff you. I was really about No! No! No! I think I could dream it was destroyed programme at all the identical good, did it help a bunch yeah people love it amazing I loved it. I did it for the first, like maybe five shows, and then I didn't need it anymore, but I still use it for talk shows because I terrible on taxes and that it may allow the gap is amiss
and it was more just a monologue an icon. Imagine what it's like, sir, stand up comedy, but for this monologue, just It's an audience. It just doesn't work, you Contra has in a room, and it just makes no sense to me. They are banned. I sort of said, Sir, my husband. Anyone can come whenever they like. Will you just be in charge of the house tickets and just don't tell me when anyone's coming everyone here, that would be my preference I just want to be complete. I want to thank. Everyone is stranger the whole way through. Yeah in the problem of comedy. As you really can't live yourself cause. The verdict comes in immediately, like you we're going to nationals. They what're you gonna stared closely as the people's eyes or welled up. You can just halliards ever they now, I'm pretty good, but comedy boy. There is no Haydn now we did it in London we had certain reactions and we got out to New York in the first couple of previews in New York. We were like- oh that's, not funny in America,
The other thing this or immediately didn't translate we have to fix through over. I was terrifying, better, have like a tiny experience of having to trying to be funny a tiny experience or trying to single state. Like I just can't get my drowned people. Do that all the time you keep putting yourself in these horrible situation there. I just wonder: do you have kind obey a personal topping yourself complex? They get kind of sounds like you put your help in these positions at a really hard like challenges sink or swim. Yeah yeah, I think so. I think it's more did not worth leaving home for unless it sort of something. Let's go. Are you a scary, but just something that, like really exciting definitely the monologue was nuts and it would have been one of them I think this is often the case for the jobs that I ended up doing is, I think, like if you know in twenty years time will kick myself that I didn't do that. I should have done it or I'll see that someone else is doing it. I think I should have done that job and I
build that I want to avoid. The feeling is much like ours that there's no game plan other than trying to keep it interesting for myself, I like trying to do things that I initially red and think this might be a disaster. You should write arteries as a matter for the overlanders give money twenty one July this year, Malo dollar. Moreover, I have one more question when we talk about your new movie, which is what a sexy make a scene in the elevator and drive our yeah yeah were you already with your current husband at that time that everything about Urim insane is enough. He is a very good looking human mean as any Ryan guzzling stream beds, you'll see them altering rail one idea. I hate him so much want to see him do stand up. Do you?
fill it. Oh fuck, you he's really funny yeah, oh good, great, very, not really funny. Can he work on cars too? Is he super mechanical? I bet I I oh. I bet he's the best mechanic in town. Were you sitting with him, while you're shooting that Obviously, that was real, like childhood. Wish fulfilment stuff like I'm living in Larry. I was living in a motel which I always thought was so cool and romantic ass. I was driving myself to Workin sunrise and using a movie and in others like a man and the Rhine, and I just started each other for days on end now I was like fairytale stuff:
this year? Would you gotta live so you'd call lunch in the eager lunches like have a smile on your face, glowing like well. This is not as good as it gets right here. It was pretty sweet yeah I mean, but it will say that whole film in a working with He was like Stephen away, like some mad genius use. Just gonna make this thing out of their minds and they already have the film in their head and you just get to sort of Beaver, be no princess document power to Brien's like night and shining. It is the whole thing felt they surreal. I loved the musical. By that movie like everything was very eighties. What am I gonna say? my favorite genre, ever this man MA on cigarette fur
new wave, it was very new wave. So much of the character that movie was the new wave music. So I was curious, while you were making it did he introduce music at all to these scenes like did he let you in on what that vibe was going to be well, so I started the process of filming living in a motel and then, after a couple of weeks, I moved in with Nick and his family Gladys Barrowman. They were editing in the house, so I was hearing the music. I know when I was I'm from work, and I like saw that river basin montage Ebay COM, together with that song? In the background, it was all very yes, the music. It wasn't me using alone, that really, but I guess I was getting to hear it getting to see bits and pieces of evening tat his father now your husband, I read something today that I find impossible, which is somehow you guys were pen pals when you re younger, is that apocryphal that real, Neda Israel, how arts, how we knew each other when we were kids, how
was any born and allay. He was born didn't live in our lives were along. He moved thing that money was like six months old, but we went to come together when we were kids know. Why can't any urges brows then, or were you yeah, yeah, yeah, we'll just friends, and we will let you really like twelve years old, and then how did it rekindle now? We lost touch her alone. We must again in Nashville in two thousand eleven, like you just ran into each other at the Honky Tank Level House ass. I went there with a friend and he doing a gig and someone house. We were Iceman Marcus month, remembered and son. I didn't I'm getting. I was getting this know. You didn't know that, which is exactly why you were just about the same care, not pause bars. So this kid from your camp, like you, ve, not yours,
zestful actor, and then he got like fucking. Eighty kid from my camp he's got hell of a ban, Mayberry Popular Ban will ya yeah, basically It seems weird to me yeah. Well, I guess totally aware of them because they want to know anything about music but I've. I had seen him it's a support, banned a gig, years before when I was like nineteen- and I remember thinking, my god he's changed, because he was very short when I knew him ass a twelve year yeah, I got you so tall began not like either. We should have connected mom like Facebook, but never actually, in that we met probably in person again in two thousand and eleven. But then it was like the week before he played the Grammy's with Bob Dylan and did that thing and then the whole, so the thing started for them in America you got on the ground or but like with a sliver of times, is a negative crackling. Exactly Dick has posed. Grammy performance he's got time for no
profit and looked like a gold, digger, wouldn't purifies. Look crawled out of my past, power tat, yeah. That's us! Now, my wife, and I think one of the pieces of glue that togethers we're both for Michigan and we have kind of some share. Values from shared experience or both frugal asthma their fuckers! Well, that's evolving, but you know, in general. Do you guys have like? Is that part of the magic? I think a shared history and having known each other? Since we were children? I think people don't really change really, and I thought that you didn't change just got tall. He just got taller and louder, so I suppose that we grew up in similar circles and similar households and everything like that, but knowing somebody when their twelve and being able to identify the tour.
Odin someone yeah, that's pretty special has corn Dane Ban as easy on your marriage as it has been on ours. I can't imagine anyone Mary would take. That is anything but sarcastic. You know I do you think about the way in which having little ones make sense in a more stressful blows, like at least another thing that you have to do all the time that you were you busy, and so in that sense, and also we ve been taking, turns to work for so long right, but it means that you never really off together in exhaust egg is like my turn. Your turn about this year was like neither of us getting anything. That's quakers that was our problem. We were a well oiled machine, seeing each other three hours a day. We know how to do that right now. We've done that for another forty years, but I'll hold on a second here. Given what the hell does. This look like different made clear in my
wrote like an hour a day is probably manageable, but sick hours a day you know, got lesser known out. Yet again we have space where we live, which helps the green fields, which is good, they now promising young woman, I'm gonna air agreements right now I love to do is new favorite thing to do. The other shows falling into my my list of my grievances, shall I tried my hardest to watch movie, and there were so many layers of security. Will now by Kurth created brows words I downloaded an app. I had to take a picture of a bargain violators like they're, not gonna. Let me watch this fucking movie and I watched the trailer in I'm so pissed because the trailer is awesome, and I love the idea of this movie and I was furious that it was impenetrable as a link. I know that the thing at the moment is that getting a text message to your phone
but if you know inflamed signal, you don't get the messages like yeah yeah, I'm gonna give you know by receives an issue both time so sometimes so is no unseen. Move you gotta kind of away what thing you're gonna priorities I am, but in a nutshell, You are a law school student. You left early. As I'm assuming the result of some sexual trauma, I met med school dropout ten years later, still living with parents. What very much looks like her childhood bud. And I am going out multiple nights a week, pretending to be really drunk very convincingly, I'm going to add because in the beginning of the trailer you think you're that fucked up and you're about to gang, assaulted and scary yeah then she's gonna waits for somebody to another split take her home and then she reveals that she's stone strangled sober
Oh, why there's a moment the trailer with our favorite human being Adam Brody? what how much do we love them? God I love him, he's so brilliant and financing but there's a moment where he keeps going. Don't worry, don't worry, don't worry, she's keeps no. No! No. I don't want to do this when he goes down between your legs and she just pops up and look some dead in the face and said what are you doing I probably got the dialogue wrong, but it's something like that. Oh my god, I was like this is exciting. It's a twist on a revenge like that movie. It was emerald panel who wrote it and directed it. She wanted to write a revenge movie that felt like what she would actually do. And she's, a killing Eve director. She was the Sharon on the second season and canning as us and an actress them. She plays commander in the crown all you just sit down,
like a ripe eyes into the crowd, obviously blinded how deep the since, though her high is all you want to talk about everyone. His English, I had to ask about the crown do you feel about the royal? What do you feel about the royals I love the I've not seen the latest season. It's really I've seen everything LSE and I thought I was brilliant and seen this one. Yet I been watching This is another. What have you been all that's great courage and Roger to hear that the shoulder I M, showing Netflix o r n to Al Qaeda in English. Our consuming right now that we love Happy Valley, have you seen now now I haven't, but has meant be amazing, I advise unavoidable. Without it and then your movie of course reminds me of our favorite show of last year, which was I may destroy. You. Did you watch thou, my god you're amazing cheese, incredible, Thou woman is a tour de force.
Stop watching that show, but I will say like could barely I was like watching. Yeah my, but I couldn't stop watching. I watched the whole thing in today's yeah she's extraordinary mechanical she's on rarely definitely looking a similar stuff and affirm yeah yeah we'll have either of these story more and more of these, the mail perspective storm needs, yet even in the trailer they hit on Chris Laws in it. By the way I saw he was maybe the perpetrator of. I don't know, that's what I'm gathering you know. I have to see it. Yeah Chris is amazing Chris, so we were so excited for him to be in the film. The good thing about it is that actually none of these people were in for longer than like two three days, a filming like Molly, Shannon Jennifer, Coolidge, corny, written Adam Brodie and Chris Level in Samara. And then they all coming in for like a day, you know I'm doing
nothing and then going is another one for you to like it. Here's your smorgasbord of super town to people that are gonna come in and crush for a day and you're gonna get to watch yeah. It was not for sale incredibly difficult. Into a film, particularly one like us, which has a very particular tone, because it is a dark comedy, but its very is really dark, comedy You know to come in and do a day cause come in and do a day on anything as a nightmare. That was my worst night. I couldn't agreement done it before and it's just oh, it's so nerve, wracking and meeting the crew and trying to understand the dynamics of everything, but everyone is just it. Insane like everyday emerald- and I would be at the monitor afterwards, just completely in all I mean we just had the most Alison Brie is like oh brilliant in the film and she was on the first day of filming she was in the first scene. She just came in and crushed it. So amazing, it's so cool. Miller on the crown she's shall running and draw running in writing.
I like her and she's written novels, she's written mobiles and she has a world record for hi jump yeah and she has many books, then the new Andrew Lloyd, whether musical Cinderella, really. I know I know it's kind of annoying to impress with her honestly. I hope she has no life. Does she have no life? I can hope. She's got like the best life like amazing friends, and delight I know. She's, a dependable friend your saying what a jerk generous as she generous dot com mean the Maoist you, the robber Baron. She really would now when Your movie like this. Are you do movie like shame, do consider like do I
want to take on this topic. I mean personally or do you go like you know what that's the director's topic or that's the writer's topic, and I'm here to facilitate that. Like do you distance yourself from that? Or do you take it on? I think I distance myself from it, I'm making it and then I think, inevitably you end up taking on well you having a defended, impress and stuff right yeah, particularly, I think, as a woman, you become a spokesperson for whatever issue the film is dealing with, which is fine and think it happens very often with female characters with female stories it always has to be. There was has to be some why the story was told of some very specific of specific catalyst forest or a much deeper meaning which of course, and promising areas, but also its revenge movie is highly fun and it's funny and its dark. Like is everyone inching towards asking you if you've been attacked? Is that what they're doing in interviews yeah? Somebody actually did ask me that someone asked me if I'd been, and so it's that kind of stuff, where you
like we made a museum, it's so cool and if anything, all these different flee bag, I may destroy you, there's so much great stuff. Now, your movie, what everyone should be recognising at this moment is that to be a woman on planet earth? You have the fucking experience. You know like- I dont- really probably need to find out what specifically or what eight specific things happened. You order Monica like its becoming pretty clear. I think this is Can you handle these barely any ads or not? I am. It doesn't require someone's unique experience to tell the story. To be honest, it's not a unique experience to sing it feels very much like these are things that we ve been talking about amongst ourselves for years and now. Finally, It's kind of a global conversation almost say that it was the inner, and I do think, there's a reason why the film in some sense is spoken
conversations are is intentional, is meant to question some of the things that we ve become so used to in our Accra, You know there's nothing really and promising young woman that isn't in a brain comedy, the last twenty years where a guy tries to find my strong go. He can at a party and leaves is beginning. To her or a million stories like that. We're just looking at it through a different angle, there's a sense of responsibility when you're talking about things that are really sensitive and and our people's real life experiences. Nothing in this film that is unusual or that we haven't heard about, and that's what's so tragic, is that it's all very commonplace stuff that we're dealing with, but it's also horrific. This is too much of an admission, but when I was watching it, I'm shedding misogyny, I'm not there at all, and I catch myself all the going like. Oh yeah, that's flawed thinking! So when I was watching the trailer I had the thought like. Oh this feels like in.
Fragment to these guy. I literally was pursuing this thought of, like that's entrapment a little bit these guys and then I was like entrapping them too. Eggs, Hartman's sort of them on their neighbour like, but I had to go through. That thing is my first I'm a thought was like what poor guy things met a girl like some and No? No! No! No! No I'm like clouded! I still hear enough about, but then so vessels they characters in the film like Allison, Breeze character, Madison here you know she's complicit in a totally different way, she's rationalizing the behaviour of people that she reserve, because I have friends and accidents when he hollered someday the accuser, somebody you love like even if we use people that we don't like a kind of horrible people, but if someone accuses one of your loved ones, you know it's hard, there's no answers in the film which is what I love, and there are lots and lots questions, and you know, there's a lot of stuff going on a matter is tricky stuff, and so I felt it
a little bit when I was signing on to the project and then not at all when we were making it and then in the releasing of it, you feel thank God, not my experience, but it s a lot of people's experience and need you want to handle that carefully and respectfully I stumbled across. In an interview with you during the shame press, were clearly a junkie. Your clearly on interview, sixty three in this guy, like very clumsily ass, you if your relationship with fast is incest like the whole thing is So far, no word now what did I say you're fucking great you're, like all why I dont understand, because she was now in front of him. She she likes to fuck with brother brother to her of being a kid, and you know your incest deductions. Probably you know in the politest way possible that was not explicit So if you assume that that says probably more about you but anyway
I was just more overwhelmed with the notion that you have to sit in a room and then some clumsy dude comes in and makes you d and whether or not the scene in the back is incest yeah. The same thing happened in wildlife. Somebody in a q and I stood up I play the mother of a fourteen year old and in my husband, is there projected on who leaves us into a mid life crisis leads to go. A wildfire and leaves on my of fend for myself in the nineteen, he's with knowing common. I end up having a very brief with a local and it's just like the worst week of this woman's life. Basically, which is not a good advert for, film. It says much about it. You never really able to playing about, and this man acumen aim was absolutely horrified buying my character I wanted to make a real sort of objection to her existence and thought that it was of horror and the way the sheep Margaret. You couldn't get over values like on there's something going on this weird with a kid like some sexual thing with you.
Kid who may I owe you no actual thing of mankind, let's get this guy went out of town wants in his wife took on a lover and the as yet. Answer by saying. Let me answer that question with another question: how long ago did this happen to you, sir? I'm. So sorry, there was like a therapist in the room who intervened and say. Look I think I can read Is your question forty raising question why I can't remember how she rephrased it perfectly, but I think you know she stepped in and sort of made it. Oh, that's cool a reasonable question, which is so cool yeah. So when does promising young woman come out came on Christmas Day in America? streaming on Friday. The fifty January ain't? That goes believe, I'm gonna stream. Because I really really want. I maybe that was universals ultimate goals are like we know,
he's gonna wanna want to and help pay for it, so they made let's so many hurdles that we can launch can't for free, so actually good job, good job, good text, I failed it, but they ultimately will get fifteen bucks or whatever it is. We win the war, I didn't say at the beginning, but I think you're phenomenally talented. I love love, love, seen you in things. I'm really excited to see I'm a young woman. We hope you get a macho machine, in my goodness, I do to look at all the little change your life. If you guys are gonna fly directly to Nashville Henry reignite that fire that burn so bright twelve years ago. It's gonna do everything for you, oh my goodness, I'm changing this offer augur. Well, a person as whose listening, however, we gotta hold you on email. Organ assented.
Yeah. That's what we're gonna do just change it. You don't have the Google shit, we're gonna, send you one of these fucking things? Yes, it's done. It's done what you're gonna do to have it and bring it to that side of the earth and it'll taste better as a gift. I think oh you're seeking all right well I'll. Do my gd I'll make sure that everyone in England gets one as well, because I'm in touch with them all you know you might want to set up a little like lemonade style, stand out there in the country and introduce the good folk too man. Oh, my goodness, oh wow, you got a hole. This is another challenge for you, you'll be panicked sitting on the side of the road like I feel so stupid and exposed, and what, if they recognize me and I'm selling matching, do they think I'm broke good plan great talking to you thanks guys, say not stay tuned for more armchair expert. If you dare, we are supported,
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piston goes down in the cylinder and then it fills it with gasoline. And then the cylinder goes up and it compressors it, and then this a spark plug ignites and it forces the piston back down and that's how making motion ok in diesel there's. No, no spark so that our globe glow plugs to get going a nation. But the compression is so fierce inside of a diesel engine that just that much pressure as it can, the gas will cause it to expire. But on its own without a now but also D. Burns dirtier, and so there are little elements in there that can also spark the explosion, the fuel itself, king, perpetuate the explosion, God, so diesel isn't better gas. It's it's not as good of gas really, but it has a different power curve.
And then back to the octane thing. So what's interesting, as you would imagine that, like ninety one octane is more explosive than eighty seven acting But what I've been told? Maybe someone correct me on this in the comments, but it actually explodes slow. So ninety one explode slower, which gives a longer bit of thrust too, that piston does explosions lasting longer? I'm gonna! Stop there and there. I learn something new. I definitely know any of that stuff. But if you put these online and unleaded car, you're fucked, ok Yeah really will no doubt they don't do that. Not so does the more expensive but it is actually better for the environment. Please say yes! Well, I will say this. Generally speaking, all things being equal. You fill a car with eighty seven versus ninety one you'll get so We better gas mileage with ninety one. So in that respect your using less fuel economy,
your bad, because I got you the car a month ago in yesterday- was the first time he had to figure out a gas, and I now so you in a tank, I guess a month I now I know I drive so infrequently bye, bye, Boone. You know when I had my prayers. I was filling up like every three months. What, let's be honest, you were filling up every three months. I was filling it up once every four months, because every time I would drive it, it was always hovering above and then that's true. I want to get to the very end, but I was feeling a little bit like e once a month, once a month is kind of a lot, and so the pre is held. Now gallons, and I would go on that for three months. Are there so I filled up there? Is I mean I'm not gonna tell the whole story, but there was a whole
I feel that the gas station a whole hullabaloo and where I ended up having to do, is put money on the card. Why did it a prepared? I didn't get to see how much it would be filling up entire tank coca. So I filled up to forty dollars and it was half and it was a gallon Jesus Christ. What what gas station? Where you did you stop at their fucking mobile I don't Vermont yeah that you cannot stop there. Why? Seventy six right next to your house is literally half as expensive. Oh shit, that is the weirdest mobile. I always wonder how they're in business we can really just look at their gas prices. The next time you drive to my house because you'll see seventy six s first and by the way, I'm making no statement about mobile versus seventy six nationally or even state. Why? But here in those feel us it's, drastically more expensive at that mobile I pulled in there. It was about to feel up and glance, and I was like, oh my god. What are they doing because they
it's not what it is. I think right now a gallon of premium is like three forty in LOS Angeles, so feeling at eight, ones like one evening. Some change now. Ok, it's it should have been. You know twenty eight dollars cause? I'm not gonna. Go there anymore. God are you immediately? I knew immediately. It had to be that mobile yeah I got taken, it gets Wendell. You got Moreover, I didn't get aren't I just was. I was irresponsive. We'll have to it- should have looked. How ironic that, not only do they charge way more, the fucking pumps are broke. Gale was broken example nightmare? Will you go for your extra money, I'll pain, and I ask the other eye hard won, Here I will I wear my lesson and you took a right look here. Sometimes you gotta learning lessons the hard way today, added lessons or dish best serve cold. What is that I shall say, revenge, okay, so
Carrie how fun he ass this our second english person in a road I throw and now carry yeah, and we just interviewed of professor yesterday, who is stationed in England, should, whenever eighteen months and she's telling us about the subtle, differ This is how we assume, as Americans I will. I be the easiest place to live YAP Debbie such a natural fit, because we, same language, so much of our history comes from those folks on Mayflower that now culturally, there a lot different yeah, and I also know that, because Kelly, my best friend is living there and she has said this I think she has. What did you just says? It's really afraid yeah I can experience because I've been there for a week at a time on vacation I've not noticed it. I lived there for a month in college and I remember it being different, but you were mostly an american movie premiers, while you were there. Ah
is that, where you famously saw Jennifer Aunt, JANET Invincible, Jenna, baby, VP, yeah a body time time to be alive. Different, but I think I was too young to really I hadn't lived by. My Dolphin America was. Say you can't even love Georgia, so yeah, you know who, while other than your brief, stay in Memphis Tennessee. Thank you for a member of course, and then vote grandma grants of Anna was a little bit different, vibe universal or whatever the point is you gotta go into detail, thought you been all topsy: Turvy, Edward Out, the aperture. Ok, so you ve loved the german high
everything we do. In fact, I ride in the new media form of media either a memo reporters. No, this is a yellow legal pad. I can't wait for you to have a clear tablet: can me or foreman, ok use unless people are employed in anther than act I'm just now seeing this fact right now. I didn't check it cause. I lost it in all these letters on my yeah you got lost. Let me look how many people are employed in anthropology, it's going to be tricky because I certainly everyone with an anthropology degree ends up employed, but do they end up employed in the field of anthropology? I got to imagine it's like less than one percent, because with the
a couple corporations and higher anthropologists and he got summit museums, mostly you're, just in academia for that re. Maybe some excavation companies have onsite archaeologists or something while you're doing then I'm gonna find out how many people aren't sag. Oh good idea, that's tricky that cause I'd yeah. It is, but so will your number I'll be? Ok too, this is quick facts, anthropologists and archaeologists. Two thousand and nineteen median pay was sixty three thousand six hundred and seventy dollars per year. Okay, typical entry level, education, masters, degree, number of jobs, two thousand and nineteen eight thousand eight thousand yeah. Ok, how many people do you think are in South Africa a hundred thousand a hundred sixty thousand well yeah, but That again I mean, if you do one commercial on your life. You
If you're, smart you'll wait to your second commercial because they don't force you to join until your second, so you don't to pay those dues, one in down, but you know I mean I do know you mean yeah, there's a lot of unemployed actors inside after which always is an issue in the voting, not that people care how the sauce is made, but generally in a union where we got w and erosion on some policy at the factories. Imagine the great majority of people voting work in a factory, and so often, though vote first strike in April, the people that are voting to strike aren't working, sir. I really know there's no loss for them. Yeah, I'm not saying we should strike. I'm just saying that the kill, your dynamic, I think dance after compared to you a w or teamsters I. To look up is also that was another good tat time.
What we should look up is how many actors make over Fifty value in our view that air qualify for the insurance that sixteen thousand that's not about one, an anthropologist make Sixty three thousand fishes a fifty thousand. What do they call it plan one, how many sag actors qualify for plan, one healthcare? We are get into the weeds. You must at least thirty five thousand and covered earnings guy. I was sixteen or you're you're out to lunch. No plan. Wine is that's the good one, You need you plan to, but why
find out how this actually dresses- you're you're, bigger, genuine ones, I am not calling them to ask because I've a lot of conversations with them over the years and is tough, will forget. Eighty five hundred people signed a petition to change the plan once that lets mean others more than eighty five hundred people on our own then that kind of answers, because if it was eight thousand eight thousand doesn't sound right. I'm gonna be honest. I can't fully trust this site that I pulled that number from, but sure, okay, okay, so we'll say you're right. Okay, so I just want to clarify in case anyone heard it. She mentions David Tenant and I do like
many small gasp and that's because of broad church. I've been watching and I love it. So my small and he is in, incredible which person does he play the main guy the main detector, Dalai Lama, caddies Donnay Lattimer. Do you love how often they say Donnie Lattimer? He adds mainly him. There so you made a joke, they carry and Timothy Dalton were the same age. That's really ties and carries thirty. Five and Timothy Dalton is seventy four That is a forty year, Gabbler yeah, oh boy that mean I would be dating a secure year. Yak, like putting it that
you'd items you'd be dating a negative seven you're. All up. Oh wow attack at the window. If anyone out there has a forty year old gap, but there's an earnest about thinking about your age now and a negative seven year old, yeah for sure I think the way we would qualify. I think we can come up with some. I'd lines. So, for me, I'd like to see anyone involved in a forty year gap to be at least thirty. Eight be the doubly the minimum aid I got together. Yeah yeah you're dating a seventy eight euro when your thirty, a yak, as we know maybe like ours under who gives a shit. Thirty thirty, three five man. If you're dating a seventy five year old, I would be a basis for you. I know See that's the part that I, if I loved him, I would be happy for a few weeks. You
oh he's, gonna get that thing and he's gonna live to be two hundred, oh ok, so sooner than we find dream a crown. The hallways got he's got kids in his basement, yeah, further compounds the ethical dilemma. Ok, so, but if you're seventy in your boy, one, ten, so we were having a hard time pronouncing this word and it is proportional. Lol did is yes it's not proportional no, and I thought it was it's all right when you say that it wanted to be right Its propranolol lol, I almost needed take proponent, more pronounced panic, while the person who taught me this takes also properly. I am now programme along. It's really boy. Did they
medication. What I was just thinking is clear, just picked up to prescriptions it was like what are the names of them and I had to hold up the tube, because I could not say it of course now can I tried it. I wouldn't be able to do a bit. Can I try to I ended the spelling Zol genes. My right is demanded, Henderson Axe, fucking, listen to this acts, Li L, J, A and c. This would be a million point word and scrambled eggs, a J and ASEAN every some reason: eggs the exile. It's not it's not zau! ok, XL genes that make you feel better: J E, N r J M valjean yeah. That's quite honestly that there's somebody in the consumer affairs said you know what people are gonna
easy time saying the pharmacy and spelling and searching on the internet they'll genes. Yeah I there there must be an actual reason yeah. Maybe it stands first stuff, like you know how Cove it stands for corona virus. Why are medications weird terrible search? My caesar medication is level tourists levity. A certain level rat overall we retain some one in pharmacology can tell us one of our arm cherries camp. Ok, but I did find an article here- you don't wanna know another dead, These are of interest. Interesting. Can I just read you a couple. The names that are out there in civic with a k add ceteris, yeah such your boy
veal bread with a why Xy Tiger Ex Girt diva now thought these four there's a reason. So many drug names look so weird. A good drugged name is supposed to check lots of boxes. It should be easy for doctors dispel accurately woken fail when they scribble it down on a postscript. It should be memorable. It should be used in every country around the world without triggering some cultural confusion or sensitivity. It ought to be consistent with the science or clinical application that distinguished the product through years of development, if the brand name shouldn't be so geeky that it's up to for patients but fail. Ideally you want it to trigger some relevant connection to your product. That's not an explanation. Some of that makes sense the writing it down and eating that
to look a certain way. It kind of makes sense to me. Well, it does say the FDA is getting particularly tough, rejecting about four out of every ten name proposals, because it wants to avoid medication mix up yeah, exactly classic mix up yeah, although you know that's a bad mix up. I hope I get something. No ok brown. Oh ok, I'm into a fact in your name, I like it, and I did not take this back, so the Laura Tsars? They say you can be mad at Laura, and this is very our brand for her to write something like this. She said Dax asked of the story of Carry and Mumford being pen. Pals was her park or fall, but I think he meant to use the word apocryphal, which means basically, that a story or account is dubious and probably true, I do say, apocryphal set of apocryphal and I know it's apocryphal yeah that'd make she's dead right.
I use a lot too. I now I heard you Is it after? I read that this and others like out now and I'm an act that allows the Hippogriffs would be complacent. Is it a powerful o mail it now? I just wanted to tell you, because I also know that you strive to people yeah- that's why I didn't. I didn't do it why do exist, algae and to help with that? We really know that's for our throats and I don't think a very often you were describing something, and you said, Bob LAW and a black woman. Oh you were talking about one of the movies movie scenes, He was in this with a black woman and when I heard it and I was editing physics, I think I should take that out and ice started to take it out, and then I was like. Why am I taking this out? It's almost like color blindness.
No I mean like, why do you have to say black woman? You should just say but also, I know she's a black woman like you can say that so I'm just confessing that I've come around. Ok, I've learned that just like used to be on that side. A lot like you don't need to qualify. Well, the Norton case. Absolutely, if you go like oh abundant, did you guys at seven eleven who had a car for sale? You don't need to set, I bumped into two black guys who had a car for sale yeah, but if you're describing something in an effort to recount that person's memory is a completely relevant detail. Yeah interpreting it's not. Is that stupid colorblind yeah yeah, I think you're right it. Actually, this is a tease, I guess I'll say but a Christian and I have a long sigh project for armchair that were under arm chair that we're doing on Hubert slated, for you guys you can with an awesome idea, which was shattered glass to celebrate some of the women who have been gained
there's an we interviewed a person and that person was awesome and said you should say black per se in indian person. She's like, but then, but like say, white person to whom you could use it. Just no one thing, get away, but just do make it law in the in the way you're describing a good, and I liked that- and there is no I've turned a corner, and I wanted to make that known. Welcome the people know right that you not only can play black. Should put it's so good but you went on a flawed in a nutshell, a new man, you're very young in front. A friend you are casting drearier. We I was, it was just graduated cop high school high school in you guys got to go, was an agent or Casimir issues. I very all, like all per day,
sir down in Florida yeah, did use very, very old and she told Monica excitedly you can you can play black Oh, I well, I added any shit. I added it she didn't say that, but she was encouraging me to explore all of the colors of the rainbow cause. I could oh my god now again, she didn't know what the fuck she was saying she denied she did not, and it's so funny. I wonder if Kellie, because I was with Allie remembers her name. She had a very specific name that we too was show busy. Now all Blitzer somebody I'll ask her if she remembers and I'll report back next him. If she can remember so anyway, that's all that's all yeah, ok, all stable
too much. I can't turn any corner with me around. With Christian around you can be safe to turn many corners, but with me got to stay it's going to get dice say my course. I love you
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