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Fire TV 4-Series Announced

Voice in Canada

02:22 min | 5 d ago

Fire TV 4-Series Announced

"And today I want to tell you about another new product in the new line of TVs that Amazon has put out. If you listened yesterday to the flash briefing, you know that I talked about the fire TV Omni series, which has hands free voice control. Meaning you actually don't even need a remote. You just talk to the TV. The difference is, of course, with those TVs that require remote. And that is where the Amazon fire TV four series comes in. So what is this? It is a four K ultra high def resolution TV. It's got support for HDR ten and HLG. So that's got great picture quality. And it includes a 43 inch, a 50 inch and a 55 inch model size in that lineup. Of course, it's got a lot of the same Lexi features that you have come to expect. But the difference between the fire TV four series and the fire TV Omni series, again, is that the fire TV four requires the remote, which you can speak to and control XE. And of course, it comes with that. Whereas the Omni one does not even require the remote. You just simply speak to the TV. Now, again, as I mentioned, I am an affiliate for Amazon, and if you choose to use my link then, thank you so much. If you want to check out these TVs, the fire TV four series, you just go to voice in Canada dot CA slash fire TV four. The number four, fire TV four. If you want to check out the Omni series, you go to voice in Canada, dot CA slash fire TV Omni. And that will take you to those TVs. Now, the other thing I just want to mention briefly is the pricing of these. Yesterday I talked about the Omni pricing. But the fire TV four series pricing, the 43 inch is $470. The 50 inch is normally 600, but there is an introductory price right now, which is reflected if you're checking out, which is 460 or 23% off. And then the 55 inch TV is 660. The other thing I forgot to mention is with regards to the fire TV Omni series, the 50 inch also has an introductory sale price. And so normally that one is 650, but the introductory price is 510 or 23% off again reflected at

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Fire TV Omni Series Announced

Voice in Canada

03:08 min | 6 d ago

Fire TV Omni Series Announced

"Week, I want to tell you about a new line of products that Amazon has announced. And this is the all new fire TV family. Today I want to focus on their flagship series, which is actually called the Amazon fire TV Omni series. And by the way, if you do want to look at these, I do an affiliate link, you just go to voice in Canada dot CA slash fire TV Omni. Fire TV OMI. So let me tell you about this. Here are some of the key features that this brand new TV series has. First of all, of course, it is Lexi hands free controlled. It's got four K ultra high definition and Dolby digital plus. What does that mean? Okay, so first of all, with regards to Lexi, the TV itself has far field technology built into it, meaning that it can hear you from across the room, just like any other Amazon echo device. What that means is that you can now use your voice to experience TV, but also use a device for music for gaming and a whole bunch of other things that we can get into. You can simply ask Lexie to tune into your favorite show. And she will jump right into the program you're looking for, so that means you don't have to remember a channel. You don't have to remember what streaming, service you don't remember what input device you're using. You can also use your voice to control playback. Closed captions, brightness, manage your TV, soundboard volume, switch inputs, and there's so much more. And of course, you can actually set up routines as well. So for example, you could say Lexi kick off my day and the TV and smart lights can turn on. Lexi can share the weather, for example, can maybe read you your calendar, and then it can just tune in to the news on your buyer TV Omni series TV. The other thing that it does, it allows you to easily connect with other echo devices in your room if you want to do that. So you can create a incredibly high fidelity audio experience with stereo sound as well. There are some other smart features that have been built into this. You can example say Lexi play something and she will start playing you something from your favorite streaming service. You can also say Lexi play TikTok and Lexi is now an integration with TikTok. And it has picture in picture where you can use the TV to view what is going on, for example, at your ring smart doorbell and camera while you're watching TV and of course, you can control that with your voice. And a really nice aspect, of course, is the ability to share video communication through lexy calling and zoom and you can do that by your voice as well. So this TV, this particular TV, the Omni series four K, ultra high def smart TVs come in a whole bunch of sizes, 43 inch 15, 55, 65 inch and 75 inch. I'll just run through those prices for you quickly. The 43 inch is $520, the 50 inch is 650, the 55 inch is 710, the 65 inch is 1050 and the 75 inch is 1400. And again, you can check all of these out at voice in Canada dot CA slash fire TV

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Raising Rivers as a Bluff

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:27 min | Last week

Raising Rivers as a Bluff

"Theme is Bluffing rivers raising rivers as a bluff. Like we've done a bunch of episodes those but those most exciting hands generally so that's why we do so. This had opened with me. Cut off with ace. Ten of spades. this is we are four handed playing five head. No limit cash I open the slogan foale. Three butts and the big blindfolds gonna be flagging a senator spades alday versus three but from blinds from the cutoff. So i call. Yeah this three sizing tell me about the sizing. It's like a little looks a little weird. But i don't really open to your size so this is like pretty close to this is that they should be through bettering to versus the two point. Two five i think like i don't know if you want to scale it like exactly. It would be like close to one hundred dollars but this is just i dunno. It's half the half a big wide less than that. So i think this is is is really. Yeah i would just go like one hundred ish but i mean whatever. They're they're dialing it back like point two five big blinds for this. I feel like they're using like some. Scroll like there's just lazily just kind of like scrolling and like okay ninety seven fifty. That's close maybe. I don't know. I i don't know if that's the case or not because i mean seems like there'd be more precise than that at there's some people like there's some people who three that and i can tell. Just click like they just click. The pop feel like three position that that number is exactly. What like see ladies and gentlemen if you've listened to deep patrick leonard episode of why he thought he could make a run at high stakes poker. That whole story. I suggest you listen to the podcasts. And because that's just a hilarious story. And this is kind of alludes to that that i guess we should never underestimate the laziness of poker players and even the highest of stakes maybe even especially the highest stakes poker players. Why did you say that. Why especially just. Because like i think the i i just think that the highest of stakes poker players can get a little lazy. They can't get lackadaisical they can you know get less hungary. They can just be playing to make money every single month. Then just get kind of distracted not zone and whatever i mean like you said to be fair ninety seven fifty one hundred one. Those are all perfectly fine through bet sizes. So they are they are so we get this gorgeous flop of five of hearts in eight of clubs and a nine of spades and fabulous check-check. Let's start there to check on the flop your check back but do you think about banning the flop stabbing the flop checking back stabbing the stabbing these like low and middling flops With range if you wanted to facing check is probably fine I think with a hand. That's worse than as hype certainly Be way more inclined to stop. But when i block villain from having like eisai. Hans himself I think that i am going to be ahead of white. A large portion of villains Range at that. I if i stop the swap with this sort of hand i'm really just getting mostly worshipful I'm a little skeptical though like. I'm i'm skeptical. That you're gonna always realize what year even a high percentage of the time realize equity on a variety of different run out like you are being king queen but like you know. Are you always going to realize equity and just call down on blank run outs. Well i mean if you wanna see what i could prove it to the fans. If you're on a you prove something. I don't know don't know that you prove you're gonna call down but we prove very talks about the theme of the episode so yeah and then also like especially with this eight ten of spades with like eight and nine with a spade on board. It's like it's way more painful to get check raised off of this. I think when you have like a ton of diamonds for example like there's equity more equity tibi realized on this particular board with stem space. So i if. I bet the swap and get check raised. I'd be way sadder than if i had said of. Diamonds are like king queen. Whatever and got chuck

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Hurricane Ida's Remnants Pound Northeast, Killing at Least 43

NPR News Now

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hurricane Ida's Remnants Pound Northeast, Killing at Least 43

"A night of torrential rain tornadoes and rivers and streams overflowing their banks only now is the extent of the devastation from the remnants of what was hurricane either becoming apparent in the north eastern. Us the death toll continues to rise from the storm within forty people killed in four states new york new jersey pennsylvania and connecticut in new jersey. Where at least twenty. Three people died. Governor phil murphy says the deluge came on top of another recent storm. The storm struck while many areas were still saturated from rains from on re lead to severe flooding president. Joe biden today pledged federal help for the north east and the gulf states battered by the storm as well as for western states beset by wildfires. By saying today the disaster service deadly reminders that the climate crisis has

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Parents Must Pay $30,441 for Getting Rid of Son's Porn Cache

Dana Loesch

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Parents Must Pay $30,441 for Getting Rid of Son's Porn Cache

"Price to pay for porn Charlotte Corvalan explains. The judge has ordered a Michigan couple to pay over $30,000 for destroying their sons Porn collection Eight months ago, 43 year old David Working won a lawsuit against his parents, saying they had no right to get rid of his pornography. Working, lived at his parents' house in Michigan at the time before moving to Muncie, the estimated value of his porn collection Was $25,000

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Surfside, FL Tries to Heal After Tragedy

Safe Money Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Surfside, FL Tries to Heal After Tragedy

"A new update later this morning on the Surfside, Florida condo collapse, crews have made significant progress in the grim an emotional recovery effort. Surfside the enormous and emotional task of digging through the high rise rubble of the collapse. Condo stretching into its third week. Crews are working on to Operations one on the collapse condo site, the other at the demolished tower. Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett says crews are working and moving more quickly than expected. It's astounding the pace at which they're working and getting that rubble out of their each day, more victims are recovered. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says Cruz located seven more people today. And so the total number now of confirmed deaths is 86 43 people are still unaccounted for

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Miami Courthouse to Undergo Repairs Amid Safety Concerns

WGN Showcase

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Miami Courthouse to Undergo Repairs Amid Safety Concerns

"Courthouse will begin undergoing repairs immediately because of safety concerns found during a review that was prompted by the deadly collapse of a nearby condominium building. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says the county is being very aggressive about building safety. Structural concerns were identified some columns that needed to be Some support work that needed to be done. This was known and the activities that continued, but given the circumstances, we've already authorized that. Repair work to begin the confirmed death toll from the collapse of the Champlain Tower South condominium building in Surfside is now up to 86 people 43 are still missing and WGN Sports

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Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88

Gary and Shannon

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88

"Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died. He was secretary defense for President Gerald Ford, also under George W. Bush. Presided over the Cold War strategies in the seventies. And, of course, the terrorism that marked the bush presidency. Um, also the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Afghanistan I should say died today, died yesterday. I'm sorry at the at his home. In New Mexico at the age of 88 multiple myeloma was the cause, and he was one of those rare. Politicians in general, one of those rare Cabinet members who made sort of the, uh, the encore in all of this. He served under President Ford from 75 to 77, then served for five years under George W. He was at the, uh, the youngest and the oldest. To hold the post ever 43 years old when he first served under Gerald Ford and then 74 when he served under George W. Bush, staunch ally of former Vice President Cheney, who had been his protege and friend for a long time.

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California Secretary of State Confirms Newsom Recall Election

Bloomberg Law

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

California Secretary of State Confirms Newsom Recall Election

"Gavin Newsom is officially headed for a recall election. Secretary of state Shirley Weber says only 43 people withdrew their names from the recall petition. She says there were more than 1.7 million verified signatures more than enough to meet the threshold for a recall election. The White

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Boston Celtics Finalizing Coaching Deal With Brooklyn Nets' Ime Udoka, Sources Say

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Celtics Finalizing Coaching Deal With Brooklyn Nets' Ime Udoka, Sources Say

"That the Boston Celtics are set to hire Brooklyn Nets assistant coach email dokka as head coach for the formal announcement expected as early as tomorrow. 43 year old spent seven years under Gregg Popovich and San Antonio before moving on to the Philadelphia 76 ers for two seasons before heading to Brooklyn this year on Dan

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Explains That Passing Legislation Isn't Always the Best Thing

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Explains That Passing Legislation Isn't Always the Best Thing

"You're in the Senate. You watch this stuff going back and forth. I told you maybe many years ago that a dear friend of mine and a mentor Mind Senator Paul Laxalt on Nevada, Ronald Reagan's Putty. When I was a young man, I visited the Senate. I didn't know Senator Laxalt. He was nice enough to meet me. I mean, I was from Pennsylvania, not Nevada. But I was agreeing with the president or president. To be on the Panama Canal. And I wanted to meet Paul Laxalt because he was taking the lead on this and I sat with him. My father and I did and you must have given us 40 minutes. One of the things he said to me, Mike was every day This body meets, We lose a little bit of our liberty. That is stuck with me for 43 years. It's true, isn't it? Absolutely absolutely true. And it becomes more true mark every single day that passes when we as Americans are asked By the mainstream news media by the entertainment Industry and also by our academic establishment in America work as to accept this deeply flawed assumption. Passing legislation is in the abstract, a good thing, but it's an unmedicated. Good to pass things. We forget the fact that you know, passing something isn't always the right thing. And in fact, Lot of that time. It's just adding to the complexity of the law, which operates as a sort of subsidy. For the already wealthy and well connected. It's actually an impairment to liberty, and that's why the founding fathers made it very difficult to pass federal legislation and limited that further. By limiting the subject matter of what we could even legislate on. That's why I get very frustrated with people saying, Oh, the problem with Washington is that nothing can get done nothing to get past because of the spread lock. Mark. You don't get to be $28 Trillion in debt without a whole lot of

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What is Functional Medicine?

Bowl of Life

01:53 min | 3 months ago

What is Functional Medicine?

"What does that even mean compared to like when you say functional medicine versus traditional type of medicine. A think you're the depends on what what we're coming from. Personality culturally the different terms for functional medicine. Some people refer to as biologic medicine more like in the world kids with autism. if you're more holistically minded you might call holistic medicine. In europe they might refer to. Integrative medicine focal mess. I think it's just a different way of saying those things that you focus on research so with functional medicine you looking for the recalls. Why you have diabetes. Why do you have chronic fatigue fiber malaysia so it doesn't look at diagnoses per se. It looks at systems so if someone comes in with your fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue which is really really common. You know well the question. Your diagnosis The traditional way the conventional way of saying. Here's your diagnosis in here. Your pain medications. Or here's your adderall. Energy or whatnot. Functional medicine perspective be like why do you have chronic fatigue and fiber. What's your history wilson birth history. Did you have a traumatic brain injury when you're younger. Digestive tract infections science issues. Lots of antibiotics. Where'd you grow up. You know groping area there are lots of pesticides and chemicals. Did you grow up in a moldy home. Did you have tick bites. You know it kind of looks back at your past to see how japan prime for your president and your future and it looks. Assistance approach information. Immune system detoxification and then use the tools that that yesterday. We had this diagnosis of cranking fiber but more importantly. How can you actually change trajectory. So it's more of a recalls based functional masses over recalls systems based way of looking at care. That's that's science backed so the way we kind of one of the ways. I work word. On my website it's science back visualized healthcare solutions.

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Preserve Our Wins Along the Way, Combating Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Preserve Our Wins Along the Way, Combating Critical Race Theory

"So we can preserve all that. We are winning the American people will not go down this critical race theory path. How do I know that? I always produce the evidence? I don't like messing with you. Washington Examiner article be in my newsletter tonight. Paul Bedard. Critical race theory makes race relations worse. 43% of Americans agree with that statement. 24% don't agree. Polls are clear as day. You listen to me in a moment of celebratory Eunice. You. That's not a word. I know I make up a lot of words on the show. I have to acknowledge it. Don't put that in the s A T your film. Celebratory units. You did this You did this? And you should maybe not pop the champagne close to it. We shouldn't you know, but you should take a bow for a moment because this fight isn't even close to over because sadly, 24% of Americans still think teaching people to judge. Others by the color of their skin isn't racist, which is bizarre. Don't know who those 24% are, but there's still work to do. But the polls are turning in our favor because we did some stuff. We didn't talk about some stuff. We did some stuff. Found out when and where the school board meetings were. We started looking through our kids textbooks. We started posting on social media. We started calling into talk radio. We started calling into host and we started pressuring these networks to cover this stuff, and they were all covering it now, and nobody likes what they see. Teaching people that you're in a pressure because of the color of your skin. Sounds kind of racist to me because it is You are a racist if you support critical race theory. I'm sorry if that hurts your delicate sensibilities, but it is absolutely true. You're a hard racist, A hard bigot. You should really reevaluate your priorities and do everything you can to seek professional mental health assistance because you need it right now. Because racism is a

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Suspect in Times Square Shooting Arrested in Florida

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Suspect in Times Square Shooting Arrested in Florida

"Knew this afternoon A man suspected of shooting Three people in New York's Times Square, including a four year old girl is now under arrest today in Florida, Farrakhan Mohammed was taken into custody near Jacksonville four days after the shooting on Saturday that rattled the New York tourist haven. Mohammed is suspected of wounding three people with stray bullets during a dispute in Times Square about five in the afternoon. On Saturday, the 23 year old tourist visiting from Rhode Island, was shot in the leg of 43 year old woman from New Jersey shot in the foot. The four year old girl from Brooklyn was shot in the

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4-Year-Old Girl, Two Women Shot in Times Square

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

4-Year-Old Girl, Two Women Shot in Times Square

"And a four year old girl believed to be innocent. Bystanders are recovering after being shot in Times Square. This happened late yesterday afternoon. One of the women is from Rhode Island. ABC is Diana Rocco has more from Times Square was an argument between a group of people when police say a man pulled out a gun and started shooting that group dispersed. Instead, three innocents people were shot the youngest Four year old girl. She was shot in the leg while buying toys with her parents. Another 23 year old woman, a tourist from Rhode Island was also shot in the thigh and a 43 year old woman from New Jersey was shot in the foot. Police are looking for the people involved. No weapon was recovered from the scene by several shell casings were found.

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2 Women, 1 Child Shot in Times Square, New York City

Stephanie Miller

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

2 Women, 1 Child Shot in Times Square, New York City

"And a four year old girl or hospitalized after being shot in Times Square in New York City, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea spoke at the scene, describing the injuries sustained by the innocent bystanders. We have a four year old female shot in the leg, a 23 year old female that was also shot in the leg and the 43 years. Old was shot in the foot. The victims were struck by bullets shortly before five p.m. Saturday. They were rushed to Bellevue Hospital and are in stable condition. The

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Heir apparent? Bucs draft Trask as Brady backup

Sports Investors

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Heir apparent? Bucs draft Trask as Brady backup

"Super Bowl champion Buccaneers used the last pick of the second round of the draft to take Florida quarterback Kyle Trask as a backup to Tom Brady Trask true for almost 4300 yards and 43 touchdowns for the Gators last season.

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Episode 43: The Real Rydaz - TEST

Sidewalk Ghosts

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Episode 43: The Real Rydaz - TEST

"Fully locked on a generations of what's to come there more than father soviet youth saving by club. They are embassador walking towards a much better world and it is through the selfless perspectives. They share by the countless hours of service they give and refined by their years of spiritual connection and their willingness to reflect that they stand in growing a mission of empathy love and openness rich. I'll be thirty one years sober next month. And when i got sober i had to do something life changing to keep giving back what the real right is really all about just about giving back to where we going to be

"43" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"43" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"43" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"43" Discussed on Today, Explained

"And then of course one example we did talk about on the show was a number of states signing onto challenge the election results at the supreme court. Yeah correct that was led by the texas state attorney. General supreme court threw out in a very very terse letter that basically amounted to sing in polite supreme court. He's like this is complete nonsense. And we're not gonna hear or listen to her. Pay attention to it. How do we explain this phenomena. Zach is this just the former president was very compelling at a local level. And he has this. I don't know tens of millions strong base of support. That will follow him into the dark or is there something else going on here to know. I think there has been a long running in concerted effort by the republican party to use the states as mechanisms for exercising wielding and controlling power on a permanent basis. So for instance in two thousand ten There's something called project read map. Which is a national republican coordinated campaign to do as much gerrymandering as possible in the wake of the two thousand ten census and the party's victory in the twenty tunnel elections that led to take over a number of state houses. And so what you saw. At the state levels in terms of redrawing the maps to ensure the republicans would adorable majority's In the national house ended local state houses that was done very deliberately with input from national parties with the effort of creating states based institutions that Become a really important part of the national party's ability to rig the system in their favor right and that speaks to the role that state parties play in american politics right. Now they're not these hyper local institutions anymore. There's a bunch of research from political scientists that shows that increasingly if you look at state party platforms. They are more and more focused on national topics and less and less focused on local ones and they start to sound more and more like each other. And i think a lot of this has to do with both the extremism and the National focus of media nowadays like you used to have a lot of fragmented media marquette's or local politicians and the voters they answered to are really concerned about hyper local issues but now with the decline in local newspapers for example and the increasing prevalence of online news outlets that have a national focus and also highly ideological not just online right also the rise of false news and its competitors like newsmax. One american news. You end up getting this environment. Where what voters care about what. The people who engage in politics are really concerned with are the same thing that everyone everywhere is really concerned about and just practically speaking. What does that mean for the future. Not only of the gop. But for the future of congressional politics for the future of american politics. I mean on one hand you have this clear cut case that the democratic impeachment managers made that it sounds like people on both sides of the aisle found very compelling you have this historic impeachment. Vote where more. Gop members broke ranks to join democrats to to say. The president crossed the line here. He helped incite this mob. And yet you have this other phenomenon. Here where people who voted for what they deemed right and true are now being punished and may who knows lose their seats because of it. There's a wild quote from pennsylvania republican official talking about why. He's angry at pat toomey. We did not send him there. Voters conscience. We did not send in there to do the right thing or whatever you setting knowing which is pretty striking right like vat in of itself is pretty horrifying but then he goes on to say something else. We showed him there to represent us with that. Means if you unpack it a little bit. Is the view the job of a representative to be not voting for what they believe is right not exercising their own judgement but reflecting the will specifically of the people who supported him not everybody in the state the people who voted for him that narrow slice of the population that is republican and willing to vote republican in senate elections. So if that's your theory of representativeness you're basically telling members of congress and the government to outsource their judgment to a base that's become more and more extreme and has been made more extreme by national politicians either for very trumpy reasons which are a combination of actually believing these things and Political cruelty or for this more cynical reasons that making people more extreme helps get them out to vote for you.

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"43" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

Impeachment, Explained

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"43" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"Ray the arizona. Republican party censured current republican sitting governor. Doug ducey for his virus restrictions and they also censures of former senator jeff flake and sending mccain And why were they censored. Because they voted for joe biden supported biden and said the trump was may be crazy became tweeting her response. Time for some soul searching in the arizona. Gop flake texting of condoning. The president's behavior is required to stay in. The party's good graces. I'm just fine being on the outs. Pennsylvania state republicans are limiting courts abilities to cure election challenges. And you've seen sensor stuff in lots of different. Steve publican parties about the republican house members. Who voted to impeach trump. The oregon republican party defiantly defense trump patriots are not going away. The president's not going away. The state party passed a resolution condemning ten house republicans who voted to impeach trump calling it a betrayal on the whole an escalating amount of nuttiness from these different republican state parties and then of course one example we did talk about on the show was a number of states signing onto challenge the election results at the supreme court. Yeah correct that was led by the texas state attorney. General supreme court threw it out in a very very terse letter that basically amounted to saying in play supreme court. He's like this is complete nonsense and we're not going to hear it. Listen to it or pay attention to it. How do we explain this phenomena. Zach is is this just the the former president was very compelling at a local level. And he has this. I don't know tens of millions strong base of support. That will follow him into the dark. Or is there something else going on here to no look. I think there has been a long running and concerted effort by the republican party to use the states as mechanisms for exercising wielding and controlling power on a permanent basis. So for instance twenty ten There is something called project read map which is a national republican coordinated campaign to do as much gerrymandering as possible in the wake of the two thousand ten cents us and the party's victory. In the two thousand ten elections led led to take over a number of state houses. And so what you saw. At the state levels in terms of redrawing the maps to ensure the republicans would have durable majorities in the national house ended local state houses. That was done very deliberately. with input from national parties with the effort of creating states based institutions that Become a really important part of the national party's ability to rig the system in their favor right and that speaks to the role that state parties play in american politics right. Now they're not these hyper local institutions anymore. There's a bunch of research from political scientists that shows that increasingly if you look at like state party platforms. There are more and more focused on national topics and less and less focused on local ones and they start to sound more and more like each other. And i think a lot of this has to do with both the extremism and the National focus of media nowadays like you used to have a lot of fragmented media markets or local politicians and the voters they answered to are really concerned about hyper local issues. But now with the decline in local newspapers for example and the increasing prevalence of all my news outlets that have a national focus and also are highly ideological not just online right also the rise of fox news and its competitors like newsmax one american news. You end up getting this environment. Where what voters care about what. The people who engage in politics are really concerned with are the same things that everyone everywhere is really concerned about and just practically speaking. What does that mean for the future. Not only of the gop. But for the future of congressional politics for the future of american politics. I mean on one hand you have this clear cut case that the democratic impeachment managers made that it sounds like people on both sides of the aisle found very compelling you have this historic impeachment. Vote where more. Gop members broke ranks to join democrats to to say. The president crossed the line here. He helped incite this mob. And yet you have this other phenomenon. Here where people who voted for what they deemed right and true are now being punished and may who knows lose their seats because of it. There's a wild quote from a pennsylvania republican official talking about why. He's so angry at pat. Toomey we did not sent him there to vote his conscience. We did not send him there to do the right thing. Or whatever.

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Impeachment, Explained

06:13 min | 7 months ago

"43" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"Managers know that the word fight has been used figuratively in political speech forever. It's best to listen to them. And we gotta keep fighting and keep focused. We will fight when we must fife. We've been fighting so we need to but we also need to buy. Their argument is any political. Rhetoric that uses the word fight must be metaphorical which is a very silly argument right. Sometimes people in political rhetoric are calling for actual violence or at the very least are speaking in such a situation when were metaphorical. Language could be interpreted as literal regardless of intent and they need to be more careful about what they're saying whichever one trump was the end result indicates that he was in fact playing with fire so very strong argument made by impeachment managers against the former president. Very weak argument made by his defense team. What's the final vote. It is a fifty seven forty three vote to acquit fifty seven to forty three means that the majority voted in favour historic majority. Yes in fact it's historic. It's the most bipartisan ever. You had seven republicans defect and yet. It's still wasn't close to enough. How come the simple answers partisanship. Republicans have a variety of reasons. Why they don't want break with. Trump lot of people who are on the republican side are worrying about them being replaced by marjorie taylor. Green type true believer believer and there are some of those in the senate to at least you. You think there might be people who really genuinely believe what trump is saying and another rationale is not so much fear of primary concerns as it is viability in one's own primary bid two thousand twenty four to run the republican ticket. And so you've got people like Josh hawley ted cruz and tom cotton. Who are united by the fact that they wanna be president. One day and to do that. That needed court. The trump vote and according to trump vote means not voting to convict. Let's talk about the senate minority leader for a moment here mitch. Mcconnell had signalled that he was open to hearing the arguments made by the democratic impeachment managers. They made a very compelling argument and he still didn't break ranks. Do we know why so. Mcconnell seemed like he was ready to jettison trump especially after he literally endangered his personal safety in life but didn't happen and that's enough republicans defecting that mcconnell felt like he could shepherd his entire caucus towards voting to convict trump. Or at least a large enough amount number of it that that that it wouldn't break up and lead to a sort of real crackup in the republican party over this and there were some rumblings most notably in a cnn piece that an open break between mcconnell and trump would lead to him losing leadership position in his speech. He points to the fact that the issue here is constitutional. You can't impeach a president who no longer in office. If president trump were still in office. I would have carefully considered whether the house managers prove their specific charge. But in this case the question is moot because former president trump trump is constitutionally or conviction even though if i have this right. Mcconnell is responsible for this trial happening. Once the former president vacated his office it was mcconnell who delayed the trial. No credit credit. It's failing that to me. Is the single biggest indicator transparently political all. This as his rationale was something that he could have addressed if he was sincerely concerned about it. Like if you really thought that what you would be doing was creating a situation in which the trial itself or an unconstitutional preceding then. You wouldn't have schedule that when you scheduled at or forced it to be scheduled when you force it to be scheduled more accurately well. Let's talk about members of his party. Who perhaps voted with their conscience. Instead of making a nakedly political move here who are the seven. Some of them are familiar. Save god mitt romney who voted to convict trump the last time. Then you have a susan. Collins from maine and lisa murkowski from alaska both of whom are known to be much more moderate than the rest of the republican senate caucus ben sasse from nebraska who is trying to build his brand as a thoughtful republican pat toomey from pennsylvania who is very conservative but to me was very offended by the way that trump impugned the integrity of the pennsylvania. Political system to one of the problems is the campaign officials. They go on. Tv and they make all kinds of Shocking allegations of fraud. Then they go into a courtroom where there are consequences for lying to adjudge right and they don't make those allegations anymore and so it seems in part that was reacting to trump's attack on the election in its entirety. Then you've got richard burr from north carolina. Who was a real surprise. Actually voted to say. The trial was unconstitutional itself. But then said look. Once we've determined the trials constitutional. I had to listen to the evidence. And once i listened to the evidence than trump should have been convicted. Bursts said impart quote the evidence is compelling that president trump is guilty of inciting an insurrection therefore voted to convict and the last one who's surprising number of levels is senator. Bill cassidy from louisiana cassidy is running for reelection. He's up again. Two thousand twenty six. Which means he's very vulnerable to a primary challenge on these grounds and in a surprise vote. Basically saying cues persuaded by the case that house democrats made and it's like it's odd right to hear a senator saying that their vote was actual league grounded in what happened on the senate. What an inspiration yet. It's kind of nice and refreshing but it almost seems like that's what actually happens like he's not just making stuff up but the serious he believes it now on impartial juror and one size doing a great job and the other side's doing a terrible job on the issue at hand as an impartial juror. I'm gonna vote for the side of the did the good job. And how's that.

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Impeachment, Explained

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"43" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"It's explained. I'm sean rama's firm. You may have noticed. We took monday off. Didn't explain yesterday. That's because it was a long weekend. In the united states presidents day weekend a weekend dedicated to washington lincoln and the rest of the guys who have held the country's highest office. And this was the president's day weekend to remember because the united states senate spent two concluding the second impeachment trial of the nation's forty fifth president. Donald john trump. You ask what a high crime and misdemeanor is under our constitution. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense than there is no such thing. This was history on history on history. The united states senate for the second time deliberating on whether to convict the former president for wrongdoing. This time for inciting an insurrection on the united states senate. Zach beecham senior correspondent. Vox has been covering it all in all basically the narrative presented by house. Democrats was one in which the president had spent months convincing people that the greatest political scandal in american history was happening election stolen from under their feet. We have an all swing states major fractions or outright fraud. If we're right about the fraud. Joe biden can't be president and he told all those people to gather in washington. Dc outside of congress. Congress was doing basically the last step in certifying the results of the election. The president's tweet says the protests will take place on january six. that's wednesday and the same day. Congress meets to formally count the votes cast by the electoral college. Then he gave an angry and violent speech in which he seemed to encourage them to take action and then literally told them to go to capitol hill..

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"Helpful. Thank brad So that get you caught up. But what does this mean going forward on a quickly bringing. Abc's political director recline. And rick. i mean what human mcconnell there it was as if he was saying out loud. Oh trump is totally guilty of inciting insurrection. I'm just not going to vote guilty. Like like what are the considerations that republicans were making in their minds over the weekend. Yep right it's wild. This mcconnell sounded like someone who really wanted to vote guilty and thinks now maybe the justice. Marvin should be investigating president. Trump's conduct the structured limitation to the wrong. For everything you did while didn't get away with anything and i think for a lot of republicans they were split between the clear judgment based on the facts in what they witnessed donald. Trump's did something really bad and it deserves to be called out. In fact i think for the future of the party they feel like it has to be called out but there were just a number of questions answered time line for some combination of technical legal reasons and broad political considerations namely the republican base kind disagrees with an uncomfortable. A lot of them found that they were pulling a punch in that final vote and did not in fact vote guilty to have only those seven republicans crossover with the democrats was itself. A statement about donald trump continued. Hold on the party yet. What did the math tell us. Like the senators who voted guilty. I mean why were they. Okay voting guilty and the the not guilty. People voting not guilt familiar. Mix of folks who who aren't going to face the voters again Who are up for a little while or who have personal political brands. That are so distinct from the from the president but it's funny seven fifty that's fourteen percent are poll out this morning. Our abc news poll this morning. Fourteen percent of republicans nationwide trump should have been found guilty. It's exactly the same math. That's exactly it's incredible. How the party is divided at this moment. And that is that is quite a statement and again fourteen percent doesn't sound like a lot but think about how popular president trump has been inside his own party. His popularity rating is typically been well into the nineties so you're seeing republicans turn albeit slowly. But i guess. I'm confused because you got all these senators who clearly think president trump did something bad. That shouldn't run again but didn't this vote. Keep him as the face of the republican party like he can run again now for whatever he wants and who else really is. they're practically. that could stop him. He is going to view this as vindication of rightly or wrongly. But i do think it's a reflection of of where we're at now for the party. Seven republicans voted to convict trump. At least one is already feeling the political backlash louisiana's republican party saying it has unanimously voted to censure senator bill cassidy because he voted to convict. You're part of the problem dc. Don't expect a warm welcome when you come home to louisi- and your i had the privilege of having the facts. before me. republican elected office holders are now a leading from behind when it comes to their voters. The voters are somewhere that they really can't even bold. And i said mr president This maga- movement needs to continue We need to unite the party. Trump plus the way back in two thousand twenty two and the view among many republicans including so. I talked to in the last last couple of weeks. They recognize that i. It didn't matter for for trump's hold on so many voters it doesn't matter what the facts are. it doesn't matter what the judgment of elected officials are ultimately. It's gonna take a long time to wind down trumpism and this vote may have been something of an opportunity. But even this wouldn't have quieted president trump supporters and bizarrely. This wouldn't necessarily be the end for president trump because the biden justice department could still be looking into stuff if the whole rationale is. Hey we can't touch him. He's not the president anymore at the justice department could but can't imagine that joe biden wants to go down that path. He's ready for this to be the biden era. Not the trump era any longer Recline thanks so much. Thanks brad next time on. start here. School's out forever. at least. That's what it sounds like the parents. The new cdc guidelines after the break doing more home these days and thanks to the folks at carmax include car buying shop over fifty thousand carmax certified vehicles at carmax dot com. You can check out three hundred sixty degrees views schedule. A trading appraisal apply for financing and buy online or in the store with curbside pickup and home delivery in select markets. Check out all the details and get started today at carmax dot com carmax. The way it should be you start your day with start here. Start your week with this week. Good morning and welcome to this week. I'm george stephanopoulos. Every sunday we invite the biggest names in politics to discuss the most pressing issues of our time. So did his strategy work against to. I don't think so we go beyond the headlines push past the spin to get to the core of the stories that impact you and our country if you miss this week on. Tv sunday morning. Check out the podcast version of the show wherever you get your podcast At a small private school in north hollywood this morning teachers and students have no problem heading into class because recently teachers and staff there were able to get vaccinated by local hospital which enraged families in the rest of los angeles because teachers there are actually not yet eligible to get vaccinated. I feel like they cut in light of course because how else are you made aware of this without vaccines the a. Teacher's union says it's a health risk to return and as a result the public schools are still closed there while this private school with tuition rates around three thousand dollars. A year is opened. The local hospital says this is actually their fault. They reach out to schools nearby and nate their teachers. Sorry we had the wrong timeline. Well some of the hospital brass have children that yes go to this private school. Getting schools open still one of the biggest hot button issues in the country last week the cdc announced it was going to provide guns on how schools could do this safely. That guidance did not come until the very last day of the week. But it's here. Abc's and florida who covers federal agencies. And what is the cdc saying schools. So on vaccinations brad. They're saying that teachers don't have to be vaccinated to come back to school and to do it safely. They are however sticking with mass and they are talking about six feet of distance. And that's no matter how high the transmission is in your area. I want to underscore that. The safest way to open schools is to ensure that there is as little disease as possible in the community. They've said this before masks and social distancing but these guidelines actually tie it to community transmission level. So they say. Do you live in a blue area. Low transmission Yellow orange or red the highest level of transmission. And if you're living in those red areas they give you specific guidance that absolute feet of distance among students You're.

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

"43" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"And he did say that I did see that I thought they said something because I responded to that and they said something about like. cheesecake like there was a cheesecake factory there or something or maybe. I'll check later let's pretend you didn't make it up because anytime I wanted us I also want cheesecakes. It made sense to me So Julie says I figured if I figured it Kinda works like a Ouija Board. Maybe if you use it with a clear mind and a positive intent a, you'll receive that back in that made me feel more comfortable. So I decided to go for it. That's a great way to put it and don't know why I didn't think true. Why didn't I think of that when I spent like Trying to explain how ran an article works I literally could decide it's like a a wage aboard because if you like put the effort into it, then maybe something spooky. Oh, come out because it's you're a message. That day after the episode. Download the APP and drove to an empty parking lot in my town I sat in my car for a few minutes with my eyes closed and took some deep well I cleared my mind and focused on my intent. The thought in my head was clarity on what I, WanNa do for a career. So the intention cleared that's a good one. I think. So recently, I've been struggling between picking between two of my very different passions. Part of me wants to be a tattoo artists and the other wants to be a lawyer you can be both. Why Not Yeah. I mean I guess they probably saying like they didn't know which one to put their energy toward two different paths. Anyway I figured I'd use the APP for basically just shingles. with my intent in my mind and speaking it aloud I, pressed the button and it generated the coordinates and put them into my map. It was about ten minutes away in a part of my town that I haven't been to and I started driving and eventually stopped at a stop light less than half a mile from the location I figured I should be aware of my surroundings looked ahead of me and right across the street from the Stop Light was a tattoo shop. I instantly had bombs, but I also felt a little bit disappointed I guess while I still had a little bit to drive. So I turned right at the stoplight and no joke right around the corner was a district court? Oh. Maybe it was just all the hype from the APP, but it just seemed too weird for coincidence that it had me drive on route with a a tattoo shop and district court that were practically right across the street from one another I don't live in a big town. So it was pretty weird coincidence. I've kind of it's like did not give you clarity at all literally just brought you till like your. End that's it doesn't take you to like. I, read an article experience and I'll probably go again just for fun. Thanks for reading this. Still have no idea what I WANNA do but I'm leaning towards going back to school to get my Ba. So I can go to law school there. There are way too many injustices in the country and I'll always be defender type I was literally call the lawyer as a child by schoolmates I..

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

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"So can confirm someone who has spent many nights there. Compare, and contrast maybe the paranormal investigators came to Ella's house said it was the most haunted house that they've ever investigated again Shit L. More Info on this. Can I just do a story on both of their houses? Yeah. I'm curious send us don't us your address but. Mainly mainly send us half of the address and I can figure out the rest We were both married when we met CHLOE's husband's birthday was a couple of days before ellas birthday and Ellis. Husband's birthday was the day after chloe's we both separated from her husband's within the same year for the same kind of reasons and when we both start dating, it was to the exact same type of guy down to the no driver's license living at home with elderly parents an Ellas new Bo looks like chloe's Ex Walk Louise Nubile looks like Ella's ex. WHOA. We both have a black cats named after Sifi characters. Both of our great aunt's traveled overseas together in the together in the sixties as part of the same retiree travel group. and we didn't even know that until they both passed away. So you literally have relatives that were like see other that's yes that's bananas at is. We were both born last night. We were both born last name straight out of the ILIAD. We were both born with last name street of Iliad Sometimes, we have the same dreams on the same nights. We instinctively know when the other one is having a rough day at turns out we both had a always wanted to start an art gallery. So we did an hour also business partners. Thanks for reading and keep up the great work. We both the PODCAST chloe and Ella. Okay. Well, that ham they're giving us a run for our money on the friendship. Goodness say we got some two best friends that are coming in hottest twins. We got the twin thing going they got the lake past life twin thing going. So they might be winning whatever clothing Allah one of us. Probably kill each other in the past life. So whatever that okay. I one of us wants to prison probably. No one of us, got away with it I'm pretty sure unless I sure got wait. It was me I didn't get away with it but if it was am I'm sure they did get away with a scrappy earn another life. Oh Go away a boy. This is a an email from Ashley Curtin. He's a she her pronounce. Thank you so much. Ashley Normalizing Pronouns. Yes. Subject of this email is a ufo synchronicity listener episode forty three. Okay Oh is this episode forty three. Maybe, his it I don't eat. I honestly don't even know who. Maybe, Miss Curtain who's skirting. Okay. So. It says greeting friends. nope. It does not. That's not. English. Take Museu leader okay. Greetings friends a request was made for synchronous cities or as m calls them weird coincidences and boy howdy do I have a fun one for you? My mom is really into fun supernatural stuff. She specifically enjoys a good alien show her story. She would always record ancient aliens and would often forced me to watch top secret alien files on TV jealous.

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03:31 min | 1 year ago

"43" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Good point like after the last story. Yeah. That's a really good point. What if she just glimpsed into somebody else's experience yeah. What if there's someone in there that's been kidnapped maybe she'll go check it out again you gotta call. 'cause I was thinking about like, let's say like our previous story where someone who didn't really know the friend was the one that was most openly. Like who most open to it maybe it was just someone out there meditating and whoever had like the strongest signal. Scott connected picked up on that especially since you seem to have this going on throughout your life. That's so creepy not so I put a total bummer on that on the end of that. Yeah. It was just another theory. Maybe let's just why don't you may want you google the address and just see if anything comes up. Quickly I mean I'm sure I'm sure it's nothing but still really creepy that you knew the door was broken. That freaks me out. Yeah. Okay, let's so specific. Oh my goodness. Anyway, moving on kind of this, this one's from chloe and Ella, which I immediately recognizes another C E duo. So cute love that I, love it love that for them. Love they'll take it. For us. So chloe say who are both she her by the way. Thank you for normalizing pronouns. Clothing Ella Se other checking in from the buckeyes state welcome back Christine. Hi. That was really Aggressive. Just what aggressive wave? Sorry So they say since Christine for weird synchronicity stories, we thought we would tell you ours where be a huffed who met through our third BFF and we have been twins in a past life because everything our current lives keeps thinking up and mirroring each other's. So That's a pretty fun story theory that's Super Fun. I think maybe thought about maybe we were twins one time and then went. I think we're probably just like frenemies or something I'm pretty I like would bet money if there was a way to gamble and then find evidence of this, I would bet one of US murdered the other in a past life 'em literally is stuck on this theory, which makes me a little nervous that it was me and I'm just in living denial. Well, what are the odds that now are like very close and only talk about death all the time it's like only talk about death and our weirdly obsessed with it. Sounds like we've got a bond that just we can't shake. Lifetime we came back in order to face our our literal demons and like conquer are. Our Past, maybe the seidel relationship, maybe the final episode of this of the show will be. Figuring out our actual past true crime you bitch other in searcy real life. Can we go to a like a past life regression thousand percent because like I know I knew you past life in some capacity I just don't know when it was out question it was how we were probably shitty children eva was our mom being like I can't wait to get away from me on the next life and then we drag her back in. Okay we're EVA okay. When we met this clean elegant. When we met, we lived a few blocks away from each other and had never previously met until our third friend introduced us. We are both the only other person. Either of US knows who doesn't like potatoes. That's a strong sign I was GONNA say, I don't know anyone who doesn't like. This is. If you could let me know what that houses called. So I. Say like. My Mom's is in contention with that for that title..

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"43" Discussed on The Double Shift

The Double Shift

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"43" Discussed on The Double Shift

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"43" Discussed on The Double Shift

The Double Shift

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"43" Discussed on The Double Shift

"Natalie's marriage grew more and more strained with more fighting between her and her husband although she says she threatened to divorce before she never planned on actually going through with Eh but after one particularly terrible night she impulsively called a lawyer and began the process of filing for divorce the next day she she didn't have much of a plan for her life and kids and no money saved up to cover legal fees but she assumed her divorce would be as traditional as her marriage. I was under the impression that mother's custody and father's got every other weekend one day a week and that was what I filed for because that's what society teaches us a traditional divorce. Looks like but Natalie's divorced didn't follow this tidy little script at one point about about two years in her temporary arrangement. was that Natalie no longer had the kids on the weekends which meant. She didn't have her kids on Chabad. A very family oriented oriented time for religious Jews with big Friday night meal. She would watch her neighbors through the window eating dinner together as a family. Those years were really hard hard for me. I saw my neighbors having this beautiful life and here I was alone because I was without my support system I they was without my routine I was without my family and there was a point in the divorce where it was extremely contentious and and I thought nobody was listening to me. I felt like I was consistently losing and I was so frustrated and I was Sitting in my house on a Friday night alone and I just started to cry and I said God. Why are you doing this to me and I saw we have something called the Minnesota? It's a scroll that has a blessing from God that we put on the door to protect the entrance of the the door and as I was crying and I had tears in my eyes my eyes were fixed on this Missouri on my door and in a fit fit of anger I just tore every single one of them off my door and rip them into pieces and let them on fire. I was so angry and that was my breaking point during the divorce was about to issue years into it. It was really hard if it just sounds like you felt so abandoned both both by your family community but also by God every single thing was going wrong every single motion. I put in was denied. Every single thing that I try to say was twisted against me and I felt like I could do no right at that point I was also financially ruined. I had to give my savings to legal fees and then liquidate my assets and then go into debt to pay legal fees and I just so angry at God I said God. Why are you doing this to me? Why why did you put me in this situation? Why did you you have to? I saw people like me. Were supposed to have a happy ending. Sorry I'm crying but fairytales. I always teach us that the kid that was bullied the kid that had it bad growing up would grow up and have a happy ending and when I got married I thought that was going to be my happy ending. Natalie would eventually get her happy ending just not in the way. She thought we'll be right back. Hi Senior Producer Rachel McCarthy. Have you ever had trouble finding the right right broth for you I really have. I remember going into the department stores and having those like under wires sort of stick in hurts. I know it's such a pain to go bra rush shopping. That's why I have been a loyal third love shopper. For years long before they advertise on the double shift. So what do you like about them like you do. I hate going shopping in person so I took their fit finder quiz. which helps you find your perfect fit? In sixty seconds. 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These are my newest pair of rockies flats they are the spotted leopard print they add a great flair air to jeans dresses. I've noticed they go well with any solid colors I'm wearing I am obsessed with rockies flats and they have a range of styles like sneakers loafers loafers points and more I have gotten many compliments on them so far but I am not surprised because I am kind of Iraqis fanatic. I actually was a big fan before they even decided to advertise on the double shift. This is my third pair. I have the black flats which I wear year round multiple times a week. Red Points and these leopards wanna know another cool thing about them Rachel. Please tell me they are made of recycled plastic water bottles. How cool is that hat? Also the way they're constructed there's no break in period for them. I've never gotten a blister even when I lived in New York and would walk miles in them at a time. That's actually pretty amazing thing. Double Shifter's these shoes are really legit. Check out all the amazing styles available right now at Rossi's dot com slash double shift go to rocky's DOT COM that's R. O.. T. H. Y. S. dot com slash. Double Shift to get your new favourite Flats Comfort Vert Style and sustainability. These are the shoes you've been waiting for head to Robbie DOT COM slash double shift today. And we're back Natalie. Antar is the mother of two young kids who are now six and five. Four years ago she decided to get divorced thinking the process of gaining custody would be pretty straightforward however it turned out to be anything but simple it started to stretch out for years ears with lots of lawyers and fighting and after almost three years of learning pretrial back and forth going in and out of family court art. Natalie felt like she just couldn't do it anymore at that point. I was so at the end of my rope. I was financially exhausted. I was emotionally exhausted. My kids were stressed out because I was stressed out and he will stress trust down. Everyone was stressed out. So the judge was I have to tell you she was the most amazing judge. She got off her bench and she sat down in front of us and said listen. You guys have to agree. I said drought her. I just want I want fairness I want fifty fifty custody. Even though at first I wanted wanted full I said I wanNA compromise. And he's would not budge and she said okay. We don't have a choice. Let's get trial dates. And so so. It was like a scene from a movie. I was sending the defendant share with my lawyer. He was sitting in the plaintiff chair and he had his lawyer another lawyer in another lie killed three lawyers sitting there and I stood up and said your honor my lawyers like sit down. I said No. I said I'D WANNA go to trial. Just give just give me one less day a week. Let him be the custodial him have all the power. I don't care I don't care I just want to end this. And and she paused for a moment and she looks at us and she points his just done and it was like a scene from a movie. Everyone's jaw dropped. The courtroom erupted. And he said your honor. You can't do that. And his lawyers were objecting. Said you're right. I can't but what I could do is make you pay every single penny of a trial so you have decision to make you rather take this the deal or you go to trial. And he was kind of painted into a corner and he didn't have a choice so we went out into the hallway. His lawyer had already prepared a settlement agreement and I was sitting there trying to leave through it as quickly as possible. It was like forty five pages of my warriors just standing on top. Come on sign that sign up. I want to read it ultimately. I got forty three eight percent of the time with my children. He got fifty seven percent. He got final decision making on the important decisions like school medical religion. But I didn't care because I agreed on all that and the only reason that I would object to it would be because might ego would say well why should I give him final decision. Making why should he make all decisions. But I really had to override. That egotistic feeling and say okay. This is I'm giving all of this up for the greater good for the benefit of moving on with my life for the benefit of still seeing my children a lot like if I would have gone to trial I would be fighting for one more day a week. He gets four more days a month than I do so on paper Natalie lost her a custody battle in recent years. It's become increasingly common for Dads to win when there's a dispute although she gets to be with their kids forty three percent for some time and she's made peace with that. Natalie has no legal or decision making power in their lives and despite the fact that these arrangements are becoming coming more common. There is definitely still a big stigma around mothers who don't have custody of their kids. The reactions Natalie gets when she reveals that but she's a non-custodial mother well they aren't exactly kind so one time Mother asked me about to receiving child support. And I said Oh no. I don't receive child support. And she said why and I said because the father has majority custody and she said why why. What's what's wrong with you? Nothing or one time. Somebody asked me like what did you do or you don't want to be a mother. Most of the reactions are just these. Their face twists into this strange disgusted. Look like what is going on. People are so shocked it was sometimes hard to know. People saw her that way but natalie started to embrace her role and.

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"43" Discussed on The Double Shift

The Double Shift

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"43" Discussed on The Double Shift

"Rain on your wedding day is supposed to be good luck. But what about a catastrophic hurricane in two thousand eleven natalie. Antar was twenty six years old and described herself as an ultra orthodox Jewish woman. Her wedding was scheduled for the day. Hurricane Irene made landfall fall on her community in New York. I actually had a friend who was laughing. And she's like you know. This is a sign from God narrowly WanNa back out. This is your chance but Natalie. Allie didn't back out and proceeded to have a very soggy wedding the next day. I have a picture of me walking down the aisle and you know Brian are usually happy. Be and they're excited and they're smiling from ear to ear. I looked like a prisoner. Being led to the Guillotine not happy that image of Natalie looking like a prisoner being led to the Guillotine says so much about how much she was willing to sacrifice to live a traditional married life but today story isn't just about her marriage. It's about her divorce. And how after two kids her unconventional split forced her to rethink. I think what it means to be a good amd fulfilled mother because she now has no legal custody over her children This is the show about a new generation of working mothers. We're challenging how society sees moms and how we see ourselves. I'm your host Captain Goldstein. Every mother works and mom's face all kinds of deep seated social and economic issues and here the double shift. We are not pretending we can just life. Hack our way out of these problems so this season we're getting up close and personal with our guests. Yes because we believe the revolution at work and in society begins with a revolution in our homes will explore the idea That families don't have to be conventional to be successful and that support for parents can come from the most unexpected places this the season two of the double shift. The Revolution begins at home today. We're talking with thirty four year old Natalie. Antar who has has no legal custody of her kids. She was raised in a very religious environment. It tell me a little bit about your life growing up I grew up. In Uh extremely ultra Orthodox Jewish community. My family was in the cookie cutter ideal family. I grew up in my aunt's house house. My Mom and dad were kind of in and out but my aunt was the primary parental figure in my life and I never felt like I fit in. I went to a school where most of the girls came from an upper middle class family and none of the parents were divorced. None of the families families had issues at least on that I knew of and I was always kind of the odd one out kind of like Kenny. From South Park was the poor dirty kid that was kind of neglected elected and I didn't fit in. Tell me a little bit about what are some of the restrictions and expectations of girls and young women and the Ultra Orthodox community. A lot of the religious restrictions are based on dress in my community. So the way that your skirt fits how longer skirt as your elbows. Having to be covered that like I remember getting sent home from school once because I wore a form fitting sweater but not a button-down shirt. Underneath my collarbone was showing I would wear makeup. Makeup wasn't allowed. Nail Polish wasn't allowed. Some religious sects even mandate how thicker pantyhose half to be. There's a lot of the things that I consider frivolous. For example I once went into an ophthalmologist and he had drawers with the different names of the different sects on them. And and I jokingly ethics and why is that and he said well each sect has a mandate a chief of glasses the allowed to wear like that is ridiculous. In Natalie's world in Borough Park Brooklyn. She didn't have any role models for what a working woman was with the exception of teachers and a couple of other professions so she found herself making up her own idea of what it meant to work. I imagined myself as a businesswoman. I didn't know what the Business Moore woman was. But I will play with my barbies and I'd imagine the morning suits and carrying briefcases. Because what I would go into Manhattan I I would see these women walking around with these power suits and briefcases and I just wanted a career that allowed me to be powerful and in charge of my own life as opposed to being dependent on a man. Women in Natalie's community often get married in their late teens or early twenties and by the time her early early twenties rolled around although she'd hope to graduate from college and have a career. Friends and relatives told her she wasn't getting any younger and it was time for her to settle down out and get married. I didn't really feel like I had many prospects. Most of my friends were going on. Arranged dates called shadow home. That's where the US for dating for marriage and they were picky and I felt like I did not have a right to be picky picky because I did not have a good reputation. I was kind of a bad girl growing up always looking for negative attention. Because I didn't feel like I had that attention at home. I didn't come from a family with a lot of money. I didn't have a special bloodline. Recall it cohoes and I didn't really feel like I brought a lot to the table so I wasn't confident about my marriage prospects. It's Natalie was introduced to a man who she became friends with and he expressed an interest in marrying her. Natalie wasn't sure it was going to be a great fit but she didn't feel like she. She had any right to be choosy so she accepted his proposal. I was hesitant but I pushed that hesitation down because I said here's a man that loves me. Here's a man that wants to take care of me. Here's a man that will aid me and building the Jewish home that I always wanted to have and and I did express my hesitation to people in my life and they said that in Judaism love comes after the marriage. ORIG- love groves. After they got married Natalie had two kids in quick succession and as a new mom. She placed a huge amount of pressure on herself itself growing up. I had a lot of junk food because junk food was easy to get so I wanted my child to have good nutrition so I would make everything from scratch even made chicken soup from scratch. I would simmer the bones in a crock pots to make the base for the soup. And then I would freeze them. Portions Russians and everything would be organic. And everything would be high-quality ingredients. I just wanted my child to have the best of the best. My children were dressed immaculately. I am invested an enormous amount of time and energy into making sure that everything was perfect and perfection is exhausting. It is exhausting but I felt like I had to overcompensate because I was so afraid that my children would lack like I lack as a child was there any particular hardest moment because having to really little kids together is really challenging. When you're home all day by yourself was there ever a really hard moment or that you remember or or longing for a sort of any kind of different life? When I was a stay at home mother with two little babies might? My kids are nineteen eighteen months apart. My downstairs neighbor my shoes. My landlord actually. My landlord would work outside the home. She was a speech therapist so every day she would come home around four o'clock and I would stand by the window to see her walking down the street and I would go downstairs to pretend like I was getting the mail or something just so I can have a conversation and ask her about her day. Because I felt so trapped in my own life and I felt like my brain was rotting and I just it was so pathetic. I would literally stand by the window because I wanted to know About her work I was. I was so jealous. It's so pathetic thinking back on it but that was the highlight of my day at some point that it doesn't sound pathetic at all. So did you did. You have very clear gender roles in your home and did you ever. Did you feel like you were an equal with your husband vendor with things very sort of traditional so things traditional but I didn't necessarily feel they were unequal. Because I understood that we both had Had different roles in the marriage he was one who worked. He was the one that earned the money. He was the one that took care of the bills. He was the one that took care of the finances and I was the take care of the children. I was the one who hooked on cleaned and we were like a Yin Yang. He did what he was supposed to do. And I did what I was supposed. So do I never really saw it as being unfair. I just saw it as US complementing each other but you did have a sense that there was something missing in your life in terms of intellectual intellectual stimulation or things that you could that you had a part of yourself that wasn't being fully used in this role. Absolutely I felt my brain was melting. I needed intellectual stimulation very badly but the role that I had assigned to myself didn't allow for that. I would wake up and the first thing I would see was the four walls of my bedroom and it kind of felt like a prison felt like a prison of my own making doc and I feel very trapped..

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"43" Discussed on This is War

This is War

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"43" Discussed on This is War

"Are you guys don't the thing are you home and as April there and I told him yes so he's like okay I have to read this to you I'm going to read it word for word and just act like don't want anybody talk about it so I just sort of asked everybody said if you hear anybody you know any scuttlebutt about anybody just just squash it for today like I don't want her to find out moms and the buddies and analysts you know it's kind of the the happy sad time and then all of a sudden it's all right now everybody get your s on the bus like we're leaving now and April just broke down and you know everybody has their loved one their everybody has you know their mom and the girlfriend of their way further kids you know kids are sobbing and stuff like that and we're just trying to keep it together be strong don't Shirley emotion and and I ever like you know ten months pregnant just said Saban in my arms begging me to not leave and and it was it was truly heartbreaking was one of those things that like you see the movie of the you know the Corny like the separation in the hands Kinda come apart and the sad music is and like that's what that felt like you know is is just is heartbreaking but it was just one of those things that I felt like as soon as I could turn my back and get on the bus and get down the road like just try to put that feeling behind me exactly now as I was pretty scared now I got a kid you know that I have to worry about maybe not coming home to just kind of an it added a whole lot more than equation I guess so he kept his emotions in check and put his head down to do his duty did he hoped he would live to see his daughter April hope that he'd return in safely but as with so many military couples who worry about whether the person who's being deployed will return one piece very little consideration is given into a whole return combat changes people not always necessarily for the worst but the process is transformative neither one of them knew that when and did your came back he wouldn't be the same person in fact by the time he was in-country he had a new job with a different mission the handed approach me when we were Mississippi and said Hey this is the program that they've created I need to create this team and I want you to to head this thing up so I was affected Lee being pulled from my fire team to now do basically like an office Intel job and they're really kind of pissed me off just because is I'd worked so hard and I had wanted to be an infantryman I WANNA be out there with my guys I have my own fire team and I love no you know if there's any way that I could not do it but he had already made it his mind and just basically explains me he's like I need someone that can crunch a lot of data can do a lot of work can make clear concise so that I can have that information I need that we can pass that information I won't partnering with the other intelligent elements already on Calabash and we wound up forming our own basically pulled ourselves altogether in one big groups that we can use all of the assets and all the the the strengths and stuff that we have with each individual little team it turned out really cool 'cause I was able to then work with all the platoons that we had and I I would I would constantly go out missions with with everybody and aisles to see a lot of the behind the scenes stuff on help on what helps make the decisions and the other intelligence reports and stuff like that so it was something that became very satisfying because and we landed on Kawaguchi and I remember getting off the bird on the helipad and ran off to the side and I looked up whoever designed and built his base put it in the absolute worst spot imaginable 'cause we were surrounded on three sides by mountains that just towered over the base right away I just get off and I look up and I'm like holy shit when they put this thing here like if I'm a bad guy I want to take the high ground and anybody that's you know got ill will toward us just going to sit up in these mountains and watch absolutely everything that we do come to find out that's exactly what they were doing and would continue to do looking up at the surrounding mountains diddy would feel the earliest inklings of dread but he was lucky in that he and the rest of the platoon had too much to do to spend time thinking instead he was working sixteen hour days between collecting Intel the field and processing it back at the base as fighters continue to pour in from Pakistan the local police were concerned about the influx of people and started requisite listening more armaments than they ever had before I they claim there were forty fighters then seventy five then hundreds did ears Intel showed none of it us the problem was either someone had bad intel or someone was lying.

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"43" Discussed on This is War

This is War

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"43" Discussed on This is War

"Is war hiring can be a slow process cafe L. 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Ziprecruiter Dot com slash this is war ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire diddy or put off joining the military so that he could go to college many of the men in his family had served and his father advised him that he be happier getting a degree in going in as an officer it was advice his father repeated emphatically the evening of nine eleven as did your weighed the pros and cons of dropping out of college and enlisting the father understood that significant life changes weren't the best circumstances under which to enlist it was the lesson that the sun had to learn because actually a girl I met one of my classes and we started hanging out a little bit more and before note we were dating and and buddy you're Li sure so maybe a little bit longer actually proposed and we were engaged not quite a year about six months before our wedding she was finishing up her education degree and she was going to last student teaching as right before Christmas so we had an apartment together and she we're going to have dinner and then she was going to go home for Christmas and then starter student teaching down there and she went to lay down for an APP woke up said that she was just going to head down to where she lived and I never saw her again got a phone call two days before Christmas and she said that it's some that she she just didn't feel right going forward with and that was it never Oregon never heard why and it kind of like an emotional state you know I just kind of thought like Hell I plan my life out for the next however long and a lot of things that I order on hold and it's kind of when I started looking back on on what I did truly one life and had that kind of come to Jesus moment that if I want to be in the military now the best time to to make it happen both my parents had seen would were has done to others they knew what that cost was two uncles at served in Vietnam and boom had very hard time coming home and we were you know his two thousand five began two thousand six so we're Iraq and really starting to heat up by that point we're still in Afghanistan and and both of them were concerned but they knew that you know as an adult is making my own decision and they always knew that it was something I wanted to do so I was they were very supportive after having put service off to develop a relationship that dematerialize digital resolve to at least give the military a chance still barely in his mid twenties elected to join the National Guard having spent some time in the workforce the disciplined wasn't an issue and the physicality didn't appear to be at first I but he fractured his ankle early on and worried about being recycled fighting through the discomfort in the occasional backslide prepared duty or for combat better than he knew it would at the time it also made the final test that much sweeter so we went through our our nine weeks of basic training we had like our two weeks of our advanced individual training and the culmination of that event the last week is is you spend the week out in the field and you live in a a hole in the ground and you're you pull security and you run admissions and you you're basically wargame and you're putting all of your training and everything into like a field training exercise Nafti actor and at the very is day you break everything down pack everything up and then you ruck march all the way back to the main base there sandhill so we're marching through the night the coolest time and it's probably still on the seventies or something at night still really humid everybody's just beat down and tired exhausted down a forbidding they have a place called Honor Hill so as you finish up that last March you you walk up this hill and as you cross the top of the hill they have these giant Gates and assign over the top says unlike the finest warriors the world has ever seen a have gone through these gates and they open up these doors and you want can they have these giant pallet bonfires and it's everybody breaks out there canteen and they got this big jug of Grog it's like a mix of all kinds of power aids and all that kind of stuff unfortunately there's no alcohol that'd been awesome everybody takes a big scoop of it and then you go out and you say like your soldiers creed and you're you're infantry creed and then they pin your coveted crossed rifles on your that signifies it that you have now joined the Brotherhood of the infantry you've completed your task so being able to see complete that like I said you know I I injured my ankle pretty severely and that was a sign that it's over and I've made it and everything that I've worked hard for and everything you know blood for all the pain and everything like that has finally been achieved this is what I came here to do and now I am part of that that infantry brotherhood I've I've earned those crossed rifles by two thousand and six National Guard was deployed to more than just Iraq and Afghanistan did he found himself on a peacekeeping mission in Kosovo he'd be on dating April the woman did he would eventually marry and proposed pretty much as soon as he got back from the deployment which worked out well because by the time they were married he knew he is headed to Afghanistan so in the national guard it never fails if you have something that you're GonNa plan for next year it will feel fall on a day that you cannot attended we got engaged and we set a date for the next year and as it turns out our wedding date happened to be on a drill weekend so you know my buddies and stuff they weren't able to come they are already knew that we were rationale for Afghanistan so we were having much bigger drew weekends and stuff like that so as we had the rehearsal dinner all the families and stuff like that we'd actually pulled up in front of the House after that when my phone rang and it was my platoon sergeant calling me he said we're just wishing you congratulations and we were sorry we couldn't be there so as he's reading the warning order that's being put out and we are officially being deployed I'm trying to keep my composure and and sort of act like yeah I'm sorry guys couldn't make it man see I would love to have you there we appreciate you trying to play that role 'cause because April sitting right beside me so I'm trying to internally not panic because the last thing I want is for her to find this out the very next morning wedding day comes everybody's kind of rolling I'm in and immediately like I got all my guys in my family together and stuff and I told him that I was just like listen we got the call last night and I on after the wedding and we get everything back from the hotel were kind of settling in stuff and I I sat her down I said Hey I need to talk to you and then I told her that that we got the order in what the chain of events are going to look for training and when we'd be leaving at that point so she is she is pretty crushed but we knew it was coming although duty your head plenty of communication with April while he was in Kosovo they hadn't had a lot of time together as a face to face couple and tried to make the most of the year that they would have together before he was on the thirteenth month deployment to Afghanistan still saying goodbye to his new wife was only made harder by the fact that she was expecting his daughter any he day as the last one on the bus we had the first sergeant yell at me that that we need to get going and and we'll see her before too long but it was really hard. I mean I my mind was just focusing on on what I needed to go there so I was I was I had been promoted to sergeant I had my own fire team we had found out that we're gonNA eastern Afghanistan so during that whole year I spent you know researching you know the area the conflicts and and that happened to be right at the big Obama surgeon Afghanistan so I think April knowing that she was basically the NBA single mom that was really hard to but the day of the sendoff ceremony was was probably the worst risk is you know she was so strong through the whole ceremony and then we're outside and we're taking pictures were hugging and again pictured.

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"43" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"43" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"To the sky and determine the location of the rings around the sun and this is when it's cloudy even when it's caught because the light from the sun is still traveling through their stole sufficient light the light pattern on the cow site and through the cal site varies depending on the orientation one of the stone relative to the light polarization from the sun and i think when the images got more aligned or they got more equal brightness than you know that you're pointing gene more directly at the sun because the polarized lights are rings around it and they're hitting the stone in a more equal way so this is what we think was mentioned in unlike norse mythology or viking times called a sun stone that they used for navigation so in these texts. There's this like a bunch of passages. As far as i can tell that was like we use the sun stone found our way home. You can also use a sun stone. Turn your <hes> gloom into a blossom. So is that a poke him on the way the series with music. I'm like pokemon is a better thing to be that way. If you want to ask the science couch you can follow us on twitter at sei showed tangents where we'll tweet out the topics for upcoming episodes every week. Thank you at beca. Sit lally at many margaret three and everybody else who to your question at this week final scores stephan and i are tied for last with juan syrian sammer tied for first with two. If you like the show and you want to help this out he said to do that. I you can leave us a review. Wherever you listen that helps us know what you like about the show and we're going to be looking at. I tunes views topic ideas for future episodes second tweet. Got your favorite moment from this show and finally if you wanna show your love for sasha tangents. Just tell people about us. Thanks for listening. I'm han green. I'm sarah riley. I'm steffan jin. Tangent is a co production of complexity in the awesome team. W._n._y._c.'s studios. It's created by all of us and produced caitlin hofmeister. Sam schultz who also edits a lot of these episode along with broken about sushila are sound designer joseph tuna mesh our social media organizers victoria buongiorno and we could make any of this that our patrons on patriotic thank you and remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be lightning it but one more thing a two year study published in two thousand fourteen in the journal frontiers in zoology concluded that dogs can sense the earth's magnetic field field and seemed to prefer line themselves up with its north south axis while pooping heard that before i think it's gonna be you you know i took it with a little bit of a grain of salt too so at this isn't always observed every time a dog poops and they think that's because dogs get thrown off when there's disturbances in the electromagnetic magnetic field which way to poop anymore is that that's why they go around in circles avant. They're like what the hell maybe it is. Maybe a cracked it open.

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"43" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"43" Discussed on The 43 Percent

"So I woke my husband up one night in the middle of the night. And I said, no, I can't live here anymore. I can't do the commute anymore. I don't wanna be traveling. I was traveling all around the world was never home. My son had reminded me that I was not there a lot which upset me a great deal. One benefit. I've had found working as a developer is e you always work from home. Motherhood is changing the gravity is changing everything. And we're trying to hide that and say, everything is okay. We're gonna multi task we're gonna land in. I wanted to call it out. That's why said motherhood motherhood is the elephant in the room. And I wanted to change the conversation stead of being on the defense. I wanna celebrate that we don't Daoyu childcare. We don't value early childhood education. And we don't pay for what women do that is hugely critical. Welcome to the forty-three percent. I'm cloudy Reuter. Our name is a nod to the fact that forty three percent of women leave the workforce when they have children. We all have our takes on why? And what might be done to better support working mothers? In this. So we moved past the lean in or lean out to be to look at the much more complex journeys of women as they balanced family and career whether it's a normal maternity leave. No maternity leave a few years out like me or some combination thereof. You'll meet women who have navigated these challenges in all sorts of different ways. Join us each week to hear inspiring conversations with inspiring women..

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