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"809" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"809" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Okay. And so this is another hill country city. Yes. And in Akron there are not many hotels or guesthouse. And that's why Doha which I mentioned earlier that when you go to top off in the north, toho can be a good base to explore the note. For example, going to acre going to launch our other places. And knowledge also is famous because it's temples, which is the tempest is the largest holy place for Yazidis. And it's another old city for I think dates back to 4000 years ago. And so you said it's a holy city for and then you used a word that I didn't catch. Yeah, I see this. Okay, and I need a little more explanation. I think, okay, yes, it is another religion. There are believing yes it is. And yes, it is or the people that they were tortured during the ISIS a lot. And as there are 700,000 years it is around the world right now. But the majority of them live in currently living in Iraq. And it's considered the extension extension of much regularly. And they have some elements in Islam and Christianity. You can't convert to Yazidi. You can only be born in a city. And. Marry to other religions. As I think. Got it. You mentioned just going back for a second to no Rus. I looked up what the origin of it was in its Zoroastrian. So it's originally a Persian new year. So that makes sense why you would celebrate it at home. And this region, which is fairly close to Iran, then thought that was a pretty cool celebration. So they started doing it too. Excellent. Yes, as many evidence is related to sorry. This word is so hard to pronounce. Yes, but I think even might song if this may suggest that it goes back even before.

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Old. All right, before we get to this week's listener response calls, let's read some listener tweets. Love to nap a bunch of tweets. Hey, savage love cast and Dan, did you mean bonding, not bound when you mentioned other bonded shows on Netflix, bound is that fabulous, lesbian slash mob movie by The Wachowskis. Yes, that's a very good catch, loves to nap a bunch. Indeed, I meant bonding, the two season Netflix show about a professional dominatrix in New York City, who ropes her gay best friend into being her dungeon assistant. It was not good. Like it was Fifty Shades of gray bad. At least Fifty Shades of Grey though wasn't pretending to be an informed but humorous look at BDSM subcultures. Large star tweets at school, I'm studying to become a teacher. We're discussing if teens should be taught about kink two, is there a savage love cast episode on this subject? There isn't, but there's gonna be a moral panic about teens being taught about kink in school if you make the mistake of posting something about what you're doing right now or thinking about doing right now to TikTok. Of course, kink should be covered in a comprehensive sex education curriculum. Of course, it won't be. It never will be, not in the United States, which doesn't mean kids won't learn about kink or kinky kids won't find their way to kink. They just won't learn about it in sex Ed. To learn about it from porn, which is not ideal. Damn it Ali tweets, taking a web seminar for my new job and they keep talking about PIV, personal identity, verification. But after years of listening to the savage love cast, my brain hears something very different. I feel you, damn it alley, every time I hear a therapist recommend CBT to someone, my balls ache a little. All right, if you want me to read your tweet on an upcoming episode of the savage love cast, be sure to include the hashtag savage love cast and thank you to everyone who posted to social media about the show last week. We really appreciate it. All right, on to something else we really appreciate. Listener response calls. Hi, this is a comment for the guy in episode 8 O 8 whose partner doesn't really care about his orgasm. My partner, all of the sudden, like a year into our relationship was kind of doing the same thing. After having so much great sex, it was like really shocking and one time, after sex, where he came and I did it, I just kind of snapped and I was like, you know, I'm really sick of asking for my orgasms. And it really seemed to click with him. Like once I said something and said that asking for orgasm was a problem, he seemed to understand. So I hope that helps, but it kind of sounds like this guy has some selfish stuff going on. Dan might be right. You might need to dump that motherfucker already. We all just get over being afraid of herpes already. Like, God, Dan, the number of times you've had to answer this question. Most everybody has herpes, if someone discloses it to you, that means that they are far more responsible in your going to be safer with them than you will be with the randos who don't know and expose you or do know and willfully don't tell you. Don't discourage people from being honest. This is for the caller who can't find a guy that likes using her vibrator to get her off because girl, you were looking at this problem all wrong. So my girlfriend is the same way. 99% of the time, the only way that she comes is with a toy and laying there next to her and vibing her clit for a couple of minutes is fine. But tying her up, pulling that thing out and telling her to be a good girl and not move is awesome. So instead of waiting for the sorting hat to spit out that one magical guy for you, just make it a game. Have him use it on you while your bent over the kitchen sink or tie him to the bed and slap one of those suction cup dildos on his forehead just find a way to make it naughty and fun and I guarantee you you will have plenty of guys begging to come over and use that vibrator on you. All right, one last thing before we leave it at a cafe on moat strassa in Berlin last week, I got up to leave and left my backpack sitting under a table right on the sidewalk. The person who'd been sitting next to me noticed and flagged me down so I didn't wind up losing my computer that day. I of course thanked Juan in Berlin at that cafe on moat strassa as it happened when it happened when he saved me. And it turns out he's a listener and a fan, so I wanted to thank him again on the show. This show that I would not have been able to record if it wasn't for him. Juan, thank you again. Thank you so, so much. All right, like my backpack on moat straza, we're gonna leave.

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Hi, Dan, Nancy, and the tech savvy youth. 40 year old cis bisexual male here in the Pacific Northwest. And I have a question about polyamory and kids. My assigned female at birth wife and I are in a polyamorous relationship, a triad with another bisexual male. We're really happy. And it's been going on about 6 months now. And I've listened to the podcast enough to know that when you oftentimes advise people in new relationships to wait to introduce their partner to their children because of the risk of attachment and losing that partner if they leave the child's life could be traumatic and I'm a strong proponent of that. However, in our current situation, I'm concerned that our daughter who's 9 years old will either see or hear something or has already seen or heard something such as cuddling or conversations about our situation. And that she would not understand what she is seeing, perhaps think that mommy or daddy is cheating or that something is going on that she needs to keep a secret or feel shame about. So my wife and I are currently considering discussing with her, our situation so that we could get out in front of the message and explain that it's a loving situation between adults and there's nothing to be ashamed of and nothing that she used to be afraid of and that everyone is aware of what's going on in the proving. But I didn't know because it's only been 6 months and I know it seems like normally you would say that this is too early and I get that. But I wanted your advice because I haven't heard this question really taken from a polyamorous perspective where the additional partner isn't really an attachment figure in the child's life and where there could be confusion around these situation and things that the child sees are here. I'd look forward to hearing what you or your listeners think. You say that you have concerns that your daughter might see or hear something such as cuddling or conversations about the situation you're in. And then you also say that your other partner, the other by mail in your lives, isn't really an attachment figure in your child's life. So my question to you would be, what's the cuddling situation? Are you cuddling with your wife alone and discussing? The other partner or is your other partner a part of that cuddle puddle is he there in your house where your daughter is? And a part of these conversations. And if he is in your house and a part of these conversations or part of these cuddle puddles, how have you introduced him already to your daughter, who does she understand him to be and how has he managed over the last 6 months to avoid becoming a sort of attachment figure in your daughter's life? Or potentially, that the potential that your daughter is already become attached to him. If he's someone that you see outside the house, if he's not someone who spends the night, if he's not someone who's presence is any different in your house in the presence of other friends who may drop by and hang out with mom and dad while your daughter's around and I assume at 9 years old and you and your wife still being together and co parenting that your daughter is always around. You may not need to do any explaining, but if there is intimacy, if after your daughter goes to bed, the three of you are hanging out, you're having conversations about your polyamorous relationship. If you're cuddling on the sofa, all three of you together, or if you're having sex and if he sometimes over and having sex when you're alone in the house with your daughter or your wife's alone in the house with the daughter and he's there and they have sex yeah, I don't think 9 years old, I'm sure I'd get banned in Florida for saying this. I don't think 9 years old is too soon to have a conversation with your daughter about what's actually going on. An age appropriate conversation with your daughter about what's going on. Because you don't want to burden her, you know, if she's overheard something, if she's walked into a room and seen something and turn around and walk back out of that room without any of the three of you realizing that she came into the room. I'm not talking about sex talking about the three of you on the couch. Obviously being very intimate cuddling, watching television, and she walks in behind the couch, sees this cuddle puddle and turns around and walks out. You don't want her to start to feel insecure or to start to feel like your relationship, yours and her mother's relationship. Is a lie, or is in some sort of peril, particularly if she's witnessed or overheard intimacy, which could include sex when it's just you and he in the house, or just him and your wife in the house. You know, the risk here is always, you know, I always want to balance my basically not quite ironclad. There are a lot of exceptions as law, but running friends and family, but particularly close members of your family and a need to know basis. Does your daughter need to know this? Well, she wouldn't need to know it if this was something that only went on outside of the house, and this was something that you and your wife made an effort to only discuss with each other and explicit terms when you're out on a date night together when your daughters having a sleepover. But if he's being folded into your household in some way, if he's present in the house, if there is intimacy, yeah, you might want to get out in front of that, talk to your daughter, explain to her that mom and dad are good, mom and dad are solid, and this is a special person in our lives. And that sometimes married people date or fall in love with other people and still stay together. That might be important for your daughter to hear. Even at or especially out.

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

02:59 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"In the end and not just men. Yeah, so I think that you can't control another person who's feelings. You can't ensure that they'll feel good about any encounter that you've had with them. But I think that having a higher standard than just consent could help us on the way there. So in the book, I advocate for a higher standard that I defined as willing the good of the other, which is based on Aristotle by way of Thomas Aquinas. And the idea is that in a sexual encounter, we're doing more than consent. You should be actively sort of empathizing with the other person actively trying to make their encounter as good as you would want your own. And if you don't feel like you're able to do that, whether you're emotional state, you don't know enough about your partner, you don't really have an understanding of what the good is in some way. Then restraint is probably the better option. I read this thing in your book. Can we not love each other for a single day? And I loved that, I love that way of putting it. I've always said my campsite rule try to leave people in better shape than you found them. And also I'm always hammering away at this concept of a successful short term relationship. We talk all the time about successful LTR, but most of our relationships are going to be short term, and we want those to be successes too. And if people limp away from an evening or a weekend or a month, where year with you, feeling diminished and filled with regret if they can't remember anything about the encounter that is a positive for them going forward. You haven't left them in better shape than you found them. I would love if everyone approached every interaction, even if it was just even an anonymous hookup with that idea of, can we not love each other for a single day? Because we can. Right. It's actually not that hard. It does implicate us, though. And some responsibility for the other person might get the job to be empathetic and think of the other. And it means de centering our own desires as the most important thing. It means thinking of the other person as important too. And to be clear, like this, this won't solve every problem. Obviously, we'll still be areas where there are mistakes where people have regrets. But as so many women and men told me an interview, you know, what I want from an encounter is just like empathy, care, like actually being listened to. And even if we're just trying to do that and probably failing because we aren't perfect, but even trying to do that is a step a step far further from where a lot of relationships are now. Christine emba, author of the new book, rethinking sex a provocation I was certainly provoked. It was a wonderful embracing read. And thank you so much for writing it and thank you for coming on the show and talking about it. Thank you for having me. Really enjoyed talking to you too. Christine emba and I continued our conversation and we spired a little bit. That extended conversation with Christine emba is on the Magnum version of this week's show..

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"We're going to take a quick break from your calls to speak with Christine emba. She's a columnist for The Washington Post and author of the new book rethinking sex. Hey Christine, how are you? Hey, I'm doing well. How are you? I'm good. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I got to say, I loved your book. I hated your book, which I think was the goal. The subtitle is rethinking exactly a provocation and I was provoked and at times I felt implicated, maybe a lot of bad sex. Let's start with consent. You write a lot about consent. Consent does not make sex physically emotionally or psychologically safe and an attitude of uncritical sex positivity neglects this fact. You've been identified as one of the writers which in an emerging what they're calling sex negativity movement. Can you talk about that? Let's talk about consent but let's talk about whether you're comfortable with that moniker, the sex negative writer. Yeah, that's a very good question. And thanks for bringing that up. I do not identify as a sex negative writer. I am very in favor of sex and good sex specifically. I think what I am, though, is a critic of uncritical sex positivity of the idea that being sex positive means that you shouldn't ask any questions about whether some acts are better than others, whether some ways of treating people are better than others, whether we need a higher standard say than just the bare minimum of consent. I'm worried sometimes that, you know, in our push to say that we're sex positive that we're not judgmental that we're allowing everybody to do their thing that we neglect to address situations in which people are really harmed. In which limits could actually be helpful in which may be consent is given, but something very wrong is still happening. Let's talk about where I felt implicated. You know, I have for years, you know, advocated for consent. I've been writing about sex for so long, but I was there for no means no, and then there for yasmin's yes. And then therefore, gas meeting gas isn't enough, you need enthusiastic consent and enthusiastic and then ongoing consent, you argue in the book that our conversation about consent, the way we've centered consent, it isn't protecting everyone or enough people from winding up in situations having sex that they may have consented to, but feel bad about afterwards. How do we prevent that? People feeling bad about sex to consented to afterwards by having a new conversation about consent. Yeah, that's a really good question. I mean, first of all, I think we have to admit, right, that people will get hurt when they're in romantic relationships when they're having sexual encounters that's kind of the nature of the human experience. You can't avoid being hurt. That said, I do think that we have to talk more about how consent is a floor for sexual encounters. It's not a ceiling. When we talk about consent, even sort of the myriad different definitions ever evolving definitions of consent that you describe. No, no, yes means yes, affirmative enthusiastic. We're still often framing the question as an almost a goalpost, right? Like, did I get the right kind of consent so that I can have the sex that I want to have without it being actively criminal? That's a really low bar. I'm suggesting that we should want more from our sexual relationships than not being actively and assault. And so I think that consent just focusing on consent doesn't ask people to consider the bigger questions and sort of morals and ethics is the sex that I'm having actually good for my partner. Am I actually thinking about them? Am I creating something good that we can both look back on and maybe regret maybe not feel the best about, but at least feel like we were being cared for in that encounter? One of the things that comes up in the book a lot is I don't want to describe it as transactional, but like the relationships between men and women and what men want out of sex and what women want out of sex. And I have to, you know, I'm a gay man. I give a lot of sex advice to straight people, straight men straight women. I have to be conscious at all times of that fact. And I wasn't 30 years ago as conscious of the differentials in power and expectations as I think I am now. And, you know, one of the things that I'm really conscious of that I'm always talking to straight guys about is that you may not think you're being scary, but a woman brings to being alone in a room with a man, millennia of sexual violence that's directed at women, a kind of sexual terrorism, and she may be afraid of you whether you intend her to be or not. And you have to make an extra effort to make sure that that woman isn't giving you a Yas isn't consenting under duress you may not be consciously aware of or be able to perceive because of your being a male, right? Even if a guy does that though, like the standard, you know, I read your book and you talk to so many people who feel bad after the fact about the sex that they had. And it just feels like under that standard, none of us should have sex ever because the chance that someone might feel bad about the sex they had with us, even if it was consensual or seemingly enthusiastic and sent at the time that someone could feel bad about it later, just feels like a bar, you know, you talk about consent bar being too low if it's just concerned. That seems like a bar that's almost impossibly high. How do you control where no one ever feeling bad about the choices that they made to be with you sexually? Yeah, that's a really complicated question, but I think there are two parts to it. First, I guess another critique of consent is that, you know, when you say that you have to get consent and that's kind of the only thing you need to think about, it doesn't ask people to think about these power dynamics. It doesn't make into your getting those part of the conversation. And so in the book, I quote this story from the anthropologist David graeber. And he talks about how in a high school classroom. Guys and girls were asked to write sort of a story about what a day would look like from the viewpoint of the opposite sex. And so female students were able to write these really long detailed essays about what a day might look like through the eyes of their male colleagues like a male student. And then boys just couldn't come up with anything at all. Or sometimes even just refuse the assignment. They were so unused to thinking of the world through female eyes. And that's like in high school, you know, that's really young kids. And that sort of differential and how much understanding we have about how the other sex thinks. It's really visible when it comes to sex. So that's one thing. And I think that's a problem of education and empathy. But then the other question you ask, you know, is trying to prevent our partners from regretting the sex they have with us too high a bar. Well, not when you put it that way. Certainly, we should all make an effort at all times to do everything we can to make sure that people are having sex with want to have sex with us and aren't going to come to regret it. It's just how do you control for that if after the fact someone who consented and at the time consented enthusiastically and then later on, I guess this is like me tiptoeing up to shitty old arguments about regret and isn't an indictment of the person that you had sex with if you come to regret what you wanted to do or what you agreed to do. It just feels like that is that makes rapists if it's all..

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Hi, Dan. I'm a 32 year old cis girl living in the northeast. I'm literally driving back home right now from a second date with this girl. We get along really well. We click. We vibe like, I don't know, she's really cool. She's like this incredible artist, which is just so attractive to me and we have so much in common, the only issue that I'm having right now and I just need some perspective because I don't really know. I don't know if this is something that's common or not, but I saw from a deep Internet dive that she is trans, which I'm totally fine with. I don't care one way or the other. If you sit or trans or whatever, I think she's super cool, she's really cute. I really like her. But I am concerned because she actually told me flat out tonight on our date that she is not transgender, which is not something that I asked. It was a piece of information that she sort of offered up in the context of our conversation. She definitely is trans. So I'm just not really sure like, is this a red flag that she's telling me lies? Like she's being dishonest or is this just something that is common in the trans experience? I should specify that she kind of went into a little more detail, like she's mentioned, having period cramps when she was younger. She's talked about, you know, just her experience as like being a woman growing up, which, you know, she is a woman. She has been a woman her whole life. I totally understand that and appreciate it. Honestly is something that I really, really value in myself and in the people I'm around, but then again, I don't know if this is something that is really making her feel insecure. I don't want to look down on her for that. I'm sure they're going to be people out there listening who have a problem or take issue with the fact that you did this deep Internet dive on this woman that you've been on a couple of dates with. I'm not sure how I feel about that either, but it is a thing that people do. Sometimes people do it. For their own protection. They want to know that the person that they've been on one or two dates with is the person that they claim to be, and so yeah, with so many of us now having lived so much of our lives or all of our lives online and having left a footprint, Googling someone is a thing people do and maybe it's something we shouldn't do unless we have concerns or a worry that we're being played, but easy for people to condemn, but it is a thing that, yeah, almost all people do, I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that would include some of the people who would condemn it or want to judge you for what you did. All right, it's understandable why some trans people wait before they disclose. You've only been on two dates with this woman. It's understandable that, you know, not all trans people feel safe being out as trans and it can be particularly Taji with someone that you're dating. This wasn't a hookup, I think it's in the best interest of trans people to disclose that they're trans to a casual hookup to protect themselves from winding up alone in a room with someone who is may, particularly if it's a cis man, have a violent reaction to having been with or getting with, hooking up with someone who's trans. But when it comes to dating, sometimes trans people really don't want to come out as trans until they know that they can trust you or that you're just someone that they can trust. And that they want to disclose to. They want to confide that in you, but that's different, holding it back, waiting to come out as trans until you've been 6 or 7 dates, or you've hung out some more, vibed some more. That's different than actively lying. I don't know why. This woman that you're you've been on a couple of dates with went to such lengths to actively lie to you about being cis when they're not. I have this weird double bank shot reverse flip idea that maybe the trans thing was alive, maybe when she was younger she claimed to be trans when she wasn't for some sort of clout in the communities that she, you know, in the circles that she moved through as an adolescent, you say this was a really deep dive. How many years ago was this? How old was she when she was out as trans? Some people are going to go, why would anyone claim to be trans when they're not and invite that kind of judgment and shame and stigma onto themselves? But in some circles there is a certain cultural cachet and cloud sword of that. I don't want to keep using the word clout today to not being cis had or not being cis lesbian or gay in this instance. So it's within the realm of possibility that she's.

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

06:36 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"From last year. In the picture, I'm looking down at my phone. And it's my entire body, including my face, although I am wearing sunglasses. So I'm like, what the fuck? And he says that this guy he's chatting with saw me in one of his Instagram stories, so that was cute, asked what I was. And somehow that leads to him sending a naked picture of me that I didn't even know he has. Last summer when that picture was taken, I asked him to take a picture of me using my phone. So I could send it to a guy I was interested in and the picture I ended up sending had a banana emoji over my dick. So I've never sent that picture unedited to anyone. I've never sent a fully nude picture myself including my face to anyone, ever. And so I asked him, I was like, why do you have a naked picture of me? And first he tries to say, I asked him to take the picture and it's like, well, yes, but with my phone, I gave you my phone to take the picture. And so then he says, well, you sent it to me. No, I never would send that to you. And then he says, well, it's not a big deal because you send naked pictures on grindr all the time. It's like, well, yeah, but not of my entire body, including my face. So I tell him to delete the picture. He deletes it from the media folder in their chat, but supposedly can't find the original on his phone. Plus it's still in the chat so he can just download it from there. It's super awkward leaving the bar that night because I walk home with a mutual friend. And he's literally holding on my arm saying, you know, please forgive me. I'm so sorry. Please don't tell her. He texts me a bunch afterwards, saying please don't tell her. I'm sorry. But he seems more concerned with me telling her because then she's going to tell everyone and everyone's going to know about this and makes them look bad. So Dan I don't know how to proceed. I don't know how many guys you sent this picture to that he's had for a year now. There's no way for me to make sure he deletes every copy. I'm not concerned about professional consequences or anything because I know there's a million naked pictures out there, but it just feels really gross knowing that he's been holding on to this picture that I didn't know he took. And sending it to random people. Dan, is it even possible to be friends with someone after something like this happens? What would he need to do to make the situation right? What would you do? What would I do? I would do what you did. I would tell my friend that I was angry and I would make him delete the photographs in front of me all the while knowing that the photo still exists in chat and it might be lurking somewhere else on his phone and when you delete a picture, it doesn't automatically delete it. Sometimes goes into deleted photos file where it can be recovered, of course it can be deleted from deleted photos, and then it's gone forever, but then you have to hover over someone to make sure that they do that. Yeah, there's not much that you can do here, except not hang out with this guy anymore. Certainly not go to nude beaches with this guy anymore. He was engaged in a particularly shitty pernicious kind of sex clout chasing where he was sending around nude photos of you and probably nude photos of other guys that he slept with to randos on grindr to say, hey, look at the hot ass I can get. Look at the big dicks I can pull. And yeah, that's just a shitty thing to do. And you shouldn't be sending out or forwarding nude photos of people you've slept with or photos of people have shared with you without the consent of the person in that photo. And there are some people some guys, a lot of gay guys, they don't care who sees their dick attached attached to their face not the next attached to it. You know what I mean? A pick with a face and a dick and it's some guys don't care. Some guys want their nude pics spread far and wide. You aren't one of those guys and he shouldn't. No one should just assume someone would be okay with something like this. The fact that he didn't ask whether you would be okay with this is an indication that he knew that you likely wouldn't. Be okay with it. Yeah, I don't know how a friendship survives an erotic friendship. You're not interested in him anymore sexual you've hooked up a few times. He's still interested in you sexually and is bragging about you sexually about having been with you showing you off to other guys that he's interested in sexually. I don't know how a friendship survives that kind of use, misuse, that kind of abuse of your trust. Yeah, when you're laying with somebody at a nude beach these days in the days of cell phones and ubiquitous cameras and photos are being taken, there's a degree of trust implicit in that moment that he's not going to snap a photo on his own phone that he's not going to forward the photo. He took on your phone to himself before he hands your phone back to you, and then if he's in possession of those photos because you guys were flirting on grindr, wherever you met, the first time, he's not gonna save archive and then attempt to leverage your nudes. In an effort to get into some other dudes pants. Yeah, I don't think you should be Friends. I don't think you're going to be able to be friends with this guy going forward. I don't think this is something that you can bury. There's not much more that you can do about it, which is going to make any interaction you have with him feel frustrating that you're going to be with him, you're going to try to stuff it down the memory hole, but it's going to be present, that you're just not safe with him, not that you're going to be hauling your dick out at brunch or something. And he'll get to get another picture of it. But that you just know that he sees you, not as a person whose feelings he has to take into consideration not as a friend, but as an object. As a nude pic that he can use, that he can toss around on the Internet, send other guys on grindr for clout and to puff himself up in their eyes. Yeah, friendship over. Everybody talks about doing their spring cleaning around this time of year. Finally getting some decluttering done or going in for.

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Hi, Dan. This is a 25 year old from Los Angeles. I am calling because I think casually dating for a while and I met someone I kind of really liked and after a little bit of talking, we met up once and we both talked about possibly meeting again and he told me after a few days of talking pretty consistently that he wants to explore something with somebody. I didn't know if it was still open or what his deal was and he told me he would be open to talking but meeting up will be a while, which is so okay, but I've been going out with some many people. And I just can't get him out of my head. I mean, honestly, I've just been trying to go and move on from it, but I find myself when I'm with somebody and talking with them and out on a date with somebody in my mind, this is kind of like thinking about him and I just don't know what to do. I even tried to ask him a little bit about traveling and he was so nice and everything and was very much like, okay, well, if things change, I'll let you know. But I'm not waiting around from him. I'm not doing anything like that. I just don't know how to get him off my mind. Because this person is unavailable. Even deleted the app. We met on and obviously not initiating conversations for obvious reasons. I don't know how to go and get this off my mind. And I'm definitely not going to reach out again. I don't know. I just can't stop thinking about him. You're pining for the one who got away. Because also, you're pining for the one who rejected you who had a choice between you and some other person and chose to pursue things with that other person and you're pining for him because in your imagination, the relationship you could have had with him if he had chosen you, which he did not, and I think you need to concentrate on that a little bit, is perfect compared to the imperfect guys who are sitting across from you at dinner. This guy met up with you once, you were into him, you liked him, you had a good rapport when you were texting with him and swapping messages with him, and so you began to some part of your brain began to fantasize about a future with this guy that was cut short. That fantasy version of the relationship you could have had with him, as opposed to in reality the imperfect messy human fucked up relationship you would have had with him if he'd been open to dating you, which he was not, yeah, that is what you're thinking about. You're really not thinking about him. You're contrasting an idea, a fantasy, a perfection with the, you know, other guys that you're hanging out with other guys that you're dating, other guys that you're meeting up with, what do you do about that? You know this is not a healthy trap you're in. You know that you need to stop thinking about this guy. Well, when we tell ourselves, stop thinking about X, it's very hard to think about X there's that old joke. Don't think of an elephant, of course. Now you can think of nothing else. But elephants. I would encourage you not to torture yourself like that. Don't yell at yourself to stop thinking about him. Just tell yourself what it is that you're actually thinking about, which is not him. But the possibility that he represented possibility of a good lasting solid relationship with a guy that you were into who was smart and funny and willing and able to engage. And you don't know, you can't know the reasons why he chose someone else for all you know, he's already married to that someone else, you know, actually very little about him and you are filling in the rest of the story. With the fantasy version of him and the relationship you could have with him. So just keep telling yourself, it's not him, it's this fantasy. And keep dating other guys, and a guy is going to come along and keep seeing other guys, the guy is going to come along who does the same thing for you that he did. You're going to meet a guy that you really like, that you have a good rapport with, and that as you're sitting there on the first or second date, you can imagine something good happening here, that there may be a real possibility with this guy for something lasting and loving and committed to what you want out of a relationship. And then that guy is going to supplant this guy in your imagination, and who knows that guy may choose you, you may choose him. That guy may want to pursue things with you and you may wind up in a relationship, not a fantasy relationship, not anything perfect. There is nothing perfect, but in a real relationship with someone that you can have a real complicated, interesting fucked up, loving, sometimes hating, bond with. And you will forget about mister possibility, mister perfect fantasy. Hey Dan, 30 year old gay guy in the big West Coast city here. I have this friend. He's 40. We've hooked up in the past, but it's just platonic now, although I know he still wants to have sex. I'm just not interested in him like that. And my point is just that a relationship has been sexual in the past. So last night, where the borrowers and Friends and they're talking about guys they've hooked up with and showing each other pictures from their grinder chats, et cetera. And he starts telling me about this guy, he hooked up with and he opens the media folder of their chat and WhatsApp. And I see a picture.

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"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"809" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Marry kill. You know the game, although it's really more of a thought experiment than a game, or maybe it's more of a personality test than a thought experiment. Anyway, fuck marry kill. Someone names three people, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk. And you have to pick which one you would fuck, which one you would marry, and which one you would kill. Bill Jeff Elon. I mean, obviously. Anyway, late one night, I was tweeting in bed on my Helix Mattress, which is also good for tweeting, and I tweeted fuck marry kill, but you can only name one person, go. Lots of responses to that tweet. Lots of quote tweets. And a little outrage because one or two people named Ivanka Trump and Marjorie Taylor Greene and then a little more outrage as those got retweeted and yeah, so I decided to delete that tweet before it went viral because I was going to bed and I didn't want to wake up the next morning to discover that I was the main character that day on Twitter. The small amount of outrage my tweet generated before I deleted it and went to sleep, this little outrage night cap. It seemed weird to me because there are lots of fuck marry kill tweets all over Twitter that name three people. And they're not met with any outrage. It's fine with the Internet if you want to play fuck marry kill the name three people, but if you name just one person, it's quote creepy and quote disturbing and quote what the fuck is wrong with you Dan? Nothing is wrong with me. If anything my version of fuck marry kill is less creepy and less disturbing and less wrong than all those three person versions that Garner no objections. There's just one victim in my version. One person winds up dead, but in all the other versions of fuck marry kill out there, one person winds up dead, one person gets fucked by a murderer, and one person winds up married to a murderer, three victims. How is that not worse? Only one of my followers got the right answer. The answer I was looking for. And that was novelist aisle at waldman, who named her husband, Michael chabon, as the person she would fuck marry and kill. That's what marriage is, folks, you meet someone, you fuck, then you marry them, and then you spend the rest of your life. Suppressing the urge to kill that person. And the person who fucked you and married you, they want to kill you too. Not all the time, sometimes. Waldman gets it. Others did not. So yeah, I'm glad I deleted that tweet, even if my chances of becoming the main character on Twitter the next day were small. I didn't want to risk it. Madison Cawthorn, on the other hand, got to be the main character on Twitter twice in the last couple of weeks. He did a podcast where he talked about elderly Republican members of Congress inviting him to Coke, fueled orgies. Madison in a tight black T-shirt showing off his biceps his baseball hat on, backwards and the manly style. He professed to be shocked. Shocked by the sexual perversity he'd found when he got to Washington, and just when Madison's orgies were fading from the news, Politico published photos of Madison Cawthorn. Last Friday, famously Butch Madison, famously manly Madison, Politico published photos of Madison Cawthorn in lingerie. This was just a few days after The New York Times published a trend piece in their styles section about men wearing lingerie. I don't have much to say about this trend, except that if right-wing Republicans in North Carolina are doing it, it's already over. Oh, and the Madison and lingerie story broke the same week Cawthorn tweeted, there's only one God and only two genders. There were only two photos of Madison and lingerie as well, and he's clearly at some sort of party, he's surrounded by women who are embracing him and smiling and laughing. These weren't pixie took in private to share on Tinder or grindr. They weren't sex. So they don't tell us anything about what Madison is into, or who Madison is. They don't complicate our picture of Madison, or they don't queer that picture as the queer theorists might say. Madison Cawthorn is still a straight white Republican asshole who is accused by dozens of women as college of sexual harassment and assault, and then Republicans elected him to Congress. But I got to say, in one of the photos, Madison's looking into the camera and pretending to touch his right nipple through his black lazy bra and there is this faraway dreamy wistful look in his eyes. Now usually when you see a photo of Madison Cawthorn looking into a camera, what you see is fear and panic. It's the panic of someone who knows he's lying and knows he's in over his head and is worried he won't get away with this grift forever. But in that lingerie photo, I don't want to read too much into it. Maybe Madison Cawthorn was just high or drunk. But for once, there's something going on behind those big blue eyes of his that isn't panic or treason or overcompensation. He looks unclenched for a second. He looks unguarded. He looks for once at home in his body. Now, I'm not saying Madison Cawthorn is trans or that Madison Cawthorn's across dresser. I don't think he was getting any specific sort of thrill out of wearing that lingerie. No gender euphoria. I don't think that lacy black bra made his dick hard. No, what I see when I look at that photo is a prisoner gazing wistfully through the bars of his cell. The brand of aggressive gun toting lib owning ball tanning masculinity, Madison is usually performing. The show Cawthorn puts on most of the time or all of the time out there firing his assault rival beating up trees, calling for violence against his political opponents. The baseball hat on backward thing and is carefully modulated voice the Bros speak into nations to keep that shit up every day, every waking moment wherever there's a constituent or a camera around and cameras are everywhere these days, that shit is exhausting. That kind of amped up performative masculinity, it's a nightmare for everybody, but it is a prison for guys like Madison Cawthorn. And you can see it in his eyes, that little glimpse he gets of freedom. Freed, if only for a moment, from the man he's doomed to pretend he is. All right, quickly circling back to the marrying theme before we start the show. Sometimes I get wedding questions. I don't mind them. Always happy to give wedding advice to people who are about to marry. Anyway, a little advice on what not to do at your wedding. First, don't kill the person you just married, please don't actually fuck marry and kill anyone. Fucking marry us, kill no. And please don't do what Dana glenny did at her wedding in Florida. Shortly after being served meatball Caesar salad and bread with olive oil, guests at Dona's wedding started feeling dizzy. Some started throwing up. One had a psychotic episode, and wound up in medical restraints in a hospital. Because danya and her caterer, Jocelyn Bryant, unbeknownst to the groom, it seems, laced the food that was served at the reception with pot. Lots and lots of pot to add insult to injury, the cater waiters knew they were warned, but the gas didn't know and weren't warned. It was actually one of the waiters who tipped off a guest who then tipped off the cops, the guy started to feel strange, said something to the waiter, and the waiter said, well, there's cannabis in the food. Truly a wedding to remember, not that anyone who was there can remember it. Along with her caterer, Johnny has been charged with food tampering and a drug offense. So it turns out danya was playing her own game. Bach Mary dose and go to jail. Okay, coming up on the micro and Magnum versions of the savage love cast this week. I chatted with Christine emba, author of rethinking sex a provocation and it was indeed provocative..

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Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 7 months ago

MSNBC Attacks Judge Kathryn Mizelle, Says She's Trump as a Judge

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01:22 min | 8 months ago

Please Continue Supporting Endangered Ukrainians & IFCJ

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01:20 min | 8 months ago

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"809" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

"Turning in focusing in on those thoughts can allow them to be. They're not stor feeding them and just allow them to go away. They are two we are. Breath is our light focus. And if you feel you're becoming distracted allow yourself to come back to the breath preaching your attention back to your breath whenever your mind starts to take over new began to focus on enlarging your thoughts and making stories. Just let the stories go feel wear..

"809" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Live in a country that requires women to fight our wars for us. I don't wanna live in. That country is just wrong. Now i see how we got to this point. A lot of people are gonna say well. This is just too far. This is crazy this but no this is the logic of the last fifty years the logic of second wave feminism or. I'm sorry the premise of second wave. Feminism is that women and men are basically the same sure they look a little different but hey a woman needs a man like efficient. The bicycle as gloria steinem said with the differences between men and women are purely superficial. Women can do anything men can do. And how dare you say otherwise. Okay if that's true if men and women are basically exactly the same then surely the homosexual rights movement as it was once called is going to go through no of course men women are exactly the same surely the redefinition of marriage which was the apotheosis of that movement has to go through because men and women are exactly the same so if men and women are the same then your argument. That marriage is the union between one man and one woman falls apart. These men women are the same. So then i guess it could be the union of one man and one man or one woman in one women and if that's true then the logic of transgenderism has to hold. Because of men women are basically the same than bruce. Jenner certainly can become caitlyn because those differences are superficial. Get a little nip. Tuck here throw on some stilettos and a little bit of lipstick and there you have it bruce's caitlyn and frankly. He didn't even need to do that. He could have just said he's a woman as many people do now and that would have been perfectly fine and if men and women are exactly the same then of course. Women need to register for the draft. It would be unfair. Would be unjust. If only men registered for selective service and the problem with all of that is. It's all false. It's based on a false premise. Men and women are different. This is the fundamental distinction in human nature. Men and women are not identical. They are complementary they go together like love and marriage live horse and carriage. You can't have one without the other in in society so you're going to hear a two arguments on this from the right. You're going to hear i. I'm just talking about people who oppose women registering for the raft. You're gonna hear two kinds of arguments. One is the egghead arguments. They're going to tell you. Well actually you know If you look at certain statistics and if you look at the levels of testosterone and the way that the The bones and the this and the development than i actually women are quite Sued for the draft and blah blah blah blah. Fine you know. I'm willing to take any argument. That persuades anybody but that to me is not the real argument. I don't even care if some other egghead on the other side could prove that women actually do have the same bone density in the same muscle mass and actually there are just as competent in the field. And that i don't care. I don't want to live in that country going back to the edmond burke quote when he lamented during the french revolution that the age of chivalry is gone. And that of officers. Economists in calculators succeeded at macquarie of europe is extinguished forever. Don't wanna live in the world of officers economists and calculators. I don't care if you can prove to me that. By measuring testosterone bone density or any other physical feature that men and women are very very similar men and women are different and a country that sends its women to fight wars is an ugly unchivalrous uncivilized country. I want to live in a country where men go. Fight the wars. To protect the women where we have a real complimentary complementarity of the sexist where we actually work together and care for one another. We don't just all pretend that we're all exactly the same speaking of castration. Just talking about men pretending to be women. Now we can talk about man who have been emasculated in more subtle ways. Prince harry prince. Harry is now set to write a memoir about his decision to be led around on a leash by his wife very sad for or hairy he will release a quote holy truthful memoir about his life and the royal family and his mix it escape to the united states with meghan. Markle this according to the new york post's page six which says that prince harry's autobiography i wrath of which is nearly complete is expected to be explosive and that he will be re telling his life story quote not as the prince was born but as the man. I have become so pathetic so pathetic so womanish not womanly when a woman behaves like a woman. That's womanly when a man behaves like a woman that's woman inch is nothing sacred any more. Why is he doing this. He said that he was leaving the royal family to live a private life and we all knew that was ridiculous. We all knew that meghan markle who has begged for attention her entire life and who is an actress and who sought after and married a prince and then she didn't like having to actually do things and fulfilled duties and obligations and then she made a big spectacle of herself by pulling the prince away from his family. And now she's still takes every opportunity to go on oprah and to make a big deal about herself obviously they don't wanna live a private life. They want to live a very public life without any duty without any obligation without any loyalty to their country to their family to the british people and so now he's writing a tell all to drag the attention party on a little bit longer into trashes families. This really ugly stuff really really ugly stuff but it's a symbol of broader political decay. It the reason that the the revolutionaries in our culture the radicals always want to go after the families because the family is the fundamental political institution. If you can upend that you can up end. Everything that has successfully happened in the united kingdom. Hope it doesn't happen here. But speaking of men being led astray by women and speaking of the international olympic committee. They are actually doing one thing. That is pretty conservative. one thing that is pretty virtuous. The olympic committee has decided that the olympia ems are not going to get regular beds when they go to olympic village. They are going to sleep on. Beds made of cardboard. Why would they be doing this. They're doing this. Because every year the olympians have a ton of sex with each other and may have. There's always a story about how they've run out of condoms within a few days. Who's always a story about how venereal disease is running ramp but i get why you've got a bunch of young people who are extremely hot and extremely athletic being brought together from all over the world in this weird sort of summer camp and that sort of thing is just going to happen especially in a culture that has pretty loose loose rules about this stuff so the olympic committee doesn't happen especially with covert nineteen. Forget about syphilis. Forget about clemencia. They're worried about covert nineteen. So they're putting them on cardboard beds which are quote allegedly designed to collapse under the weight of foreign caters to discourage sex among amid cove in nineteen. They've got eighteen thousand cardboard beds. You know this is actually something that we can learn from. We all Very often we spend our time trashing. The international organizations on this show that enforce the dominant liberal regime. But this is something we might be able to learn from. Maybe they should put these in college. Dorms nice cardboard beds at the minute. You get two people on them. They collapse under the weight of that. That might be one good way to encourage better better behavior than people engage in there. Speaking of fornication to i have to get to this story there is evidence from that peter schweitzer who's a very good conservative investigative journalist that he has discovered going back to an older new york..

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"809" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"The democratic party knows that as a matter of popularity right now. It is losing okay. I don't think there's any ways around that they might still win elections and they might still dominate the media because they have they got rid of a lot of election integrity measures and they dominate the institutions that exist but as a matter of popularity. I think they know they're losing. The proof of this is democrats in rural areas. Are running away from the democratic party. There was there are. There are a number of candidates in ohio and elsewhere. Who in one minute to minute. Even three minute campaign. Ads will never mention that. They are democrats this according to a report from axios this is because democrats in the house right now have a very very thin majority and the polling looks absolutely devastating for them in twenty twenty two so people ask me is actually just speaking to a congresswoman friend of mine here at tb. I said how are you guys feeling about twenty twenty two. She said everyone in congress. Everyone in politics thinks that the republicans are going crush it in twenty twenty two now. My only caveat to this is if we don't resolve the election issues the use of widespread mail-ins the failure to clean up the voter rolls and purge people who are not eligible to vote. The motor-voter law is the harvesting and the list goes on and on and on. Then i'm not so sure that republicans are gonna do right in twenty twenty two. I think in order to do really well in twenty twenty two. We need to be able to rely on the integrity of our elections and increasingly. We can't do that. Because last cycle the democrats got rid of some of the most important election integrity measures and then this cycle republicans are trying to put them back in place. The measures that we had in most places even three years ago and republican democrats rather saying. This is a return to jim crow. This is awful trying to federalize the elections to make permanent the radical changes they made with covert as the excuse so that that kind of makes me worry however it just shows you. We've been talking about for a long time. Which is the disparity between ordinary americans. The people and the ruling class. This is a frequent rhetorical tool that is used by both parties. You know where they they talk about the elites and the regular people. But i i want to be clear here. I'm not just using some cheap rhetorical trick on issues. They're very very important. The vast majority of americans on one side of the issue in the ruling classes on the other. I look at immigration. The vast majority of americans wants to reduce immigration. The majority of americans wants to raise even legal immigration. But certainly when you get to illegal immigration. It isn't even close and yet the ruling class mostly democrats but some some republicans as well the chamber of commerce type of republicans. They don't want to do anything about on the issue of voter id. The vast majority of americans support vote. Writing the ruling class does not support voter. Id their number of other issues like this. A radical gender theory. The vast majority of americans don't want cram radical gender down everybody's throats. The ruling class does on critical race. Theory stuff the vast majority of americans don't want this in their schools. The ruling class clearly does so. There's a huge disparity here between the people and the elites who control the institutions. And so i think they know that they're losing as a matter of popularity. The only question is have they rested enough power from the american people that will not matter speaking regimes that have taken too much power from the people. Cuba continues to find itself in turmoil because the people protesting the communist regime that has existed there for sixty years and afc refuses to go hard against the regime actually another washington post reporter again every so often. You'll get one or two from wasco or new york times somewhere else. Who report the news as they see it. This is not now the position of the aditorial boards of those papers. It's not not the opinion that this is not a strategy that is generally pursued by the papers anymore. But still every once in a while you get a good reporter so a reporter from the washington post said the quiet part out loud. He said that will not attack the communist regime because broadly she agrees with it. We're just talking about how progressives are really happy about all of the things in the infrastructure bill. They are really being led in many ways by the progressive wing of their party and the progressive wing of the democratic party does not want to go hard against cuba against Some of the things that The castro regime may have been a part of in part because there are some democrats some progressive who who agree with some of those things. They agree with universal healthcare. They agree with some of the programs that were in place in a more socialist kind of society. This is obviously true. Afc in particular identifies as a socialist issue identifies with the ideology of were the very near ideology of the dominant regime in cuba. This is true of a number of other democrat members of congress and the american left. Broadly has never apologized. For its support of communism it's overt support of communism in the papers and in government and in on the campaign trail which went on for about one hundred years. The american left has never apologized for supporting the soviet union. For instance actually. What they did is the last election cycle as we saw. They just accused the republicans of colluding with russia. The democrats colluded with russia for one hundred years but then they start using the republicans have colluding with russia colluding with russia where a problem most prominent democrats from the twentieth century would be imprisoned now. Afc won't totally admit this. The american left totally admit it. They'll just remain silent. We play those clips from bernie sanders. Yesterday's bruce has been a huge supporter of the castro regime in cuba and of communists elsewhere. He did his honeymoon in the soviet union and he's just remained basically silent on the cuba issue because he knows that. The reality of the situation is contradicting his crazy theories even beyond this very abstract idea of communism free markets. And things like that. Look at what's going on on the ground right now around. Our country crime is going through the roof not just shootings not just murders which are way up in places like chicago but look over in dc. Just just carjackings are up. And they're not up a little bit. You see those inflation numbers and you say wow eighty seven point seven percent up on car. Rentals forty five percent up on gas. That's not just a little bit. Well carjackings are up in dc not five percent ten percent. They're up seventy four percent year over year. There are people now who are calling for bait cars to be placed to finally lower some of these criminals in They just had a press conference with the police in dc to figure out how to in any way impede this huge spike in crime. She i wanna ask you real quick about the recent Car jacking why are you not using bay cars to catch Carjackers we used.

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"809" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"The democratic party knows that as a matter of popularity right now. It is losing okay. I don't think there's any ways around that they might still win elections and they might still dominate the media because they have they got rid of a lot of election integrity measures and they dominate the institutions that exist but as a matter of popularity. I think they know they're losing. The proof of this is democrats in rural areas. Are running away from the democratic party. There was there are. There are a number of candidates in ohio and elsewhere. Who in one minute to minute. Even three minute campaign. Ads will never mention that. They are democrats this according to a report from axios this is because democrats in the house right now have a very very thin majority and the polling looks absolutely devastating for them in twenty twenty two so people ask me is actually just speaking to a congresswoman friend of mine here at tb. I said how are you guys feeling about twenty twenty two. She said everyone in congress. Everyone in politics thinks that the republicans are going crush it in twenty twenty two now. My only caveat to this is if we don't resolve the election issues the use of widespread mail-ins the failure to clean up the voter rolls and purge people who are not eligible to vote. The motor-voter law is the harvesting and the list goes on and on and on. Then i'm not so sure that republicans are gonna do right in twenty twenty two. I think in order to do really well in twenty twenty two. We need to be able to rely on the integrity of our elections and increasingly. We can't do that. Because last cycle the democrats got rid of some of the most important election integrity measures and then this cycle republicans are trying to put them back in place. The measures that we had in most places even three years ago and republican democrats rather saying. This is a return to jim crow. This is awful trying to federalize the elections to make permanent the radical changes they made with covert as the excuse so that that kind of makes me worry however it just shows you. We've been talking about for a long time. Which is the disparity between ordinary americans. The people and the ruling class. This is a frequent rhetorical tool that is used by both parties. You know where they they talk about the elites and the regular people. But i i want to be clear here. I'm not just using some cheap rhetorical trick on issues. They're very very important. The vast majority of americans on one side of the issue in the ruling classes on the other. I look at immigration. The vast majority of americans wants to reduce immigration. The majority of americans wants to raise even legal immigration. But certainly when you get to illegal immigration isn't even close and yet the ruling class mostly democrats but some some republicans as well the chamber of commerce type of republicans. They don't want to do anything about on the issue of voter id. The vast majority of americans support vote. Writing the ruling class does not support voter. Id their number of other issues like this. A radical gender theory. The vast majority of americans don't want cram radical gender down everybody's throats. The ruling class does on critical race. Theory stuff the vast majority of americans don't want this in their schools. The ruling class clearly does so. There's a huge disparity here between the people and the elites who control the institutions. And so i think they know that they're losing as a matter of popularity. The only question is have they rested enough power from the american people that will not matter speaking regimes that have taken too much power from the people. Cuba continues to find itself in turmoil because the people protesting the communist regime that has existed there for sixty years and afc refuses to go hard against the regime actually another washington post reporter again every so often. You'll get one or two from wasco or new york times somewhere else. Who report the news as they see it. This is not now the position of the aditorial boards of those papers. It's not not the opinion that this is not a strategy that is generally pursued by the papers anymore. But still every once in a while you get a good reporter so a reporter from the washington post said the quiet part out loud. He said that will not attack the communist regime because broadly she agrees with it. We're just talking about how progressives are really happy about all of the things in the infrastructure bill. They are really being led in many ways by the progressive wing of their party and the progressive wing of the democratic party does not want to go hard against cuba against Some of the things that The castro regime may have been a part of in part because there are some democrats some progressive who who agree with some of those things. They agree with universal healthcare. They agree with some of the programs that were in place in a more socialist kind of society. This is obviously true. Afc in particular identifies as a socialist issue identifies with the ideology of were the very near ideology of the dominant regime in cuba. This is true of a number of other democrat members of congress and the american left. Broadly has never apologized. For its support of communism it's overt support of communism in the papers and in government and in on the campaign trail which went on for about one hundred years. The american left has never apologized for supporting the soviet union. For instance actually. What they did is the last election cycle as we saw. They just accused the republicans of colluding with russia. The democrats colluded with russia for one hundred years but then they start accusing. The republicans have colluding with russia colluding with russia where a problem. Most prominent democrats from the twentieth century would be imprisoned now. Afc won't totally admit this. The american left totally admit it. They'll just remain silent. We play those clips from bernie sanders. Yesterday's bernie has been a huge supporter of the castro regime in cuba and of communists elsewhere. He did his honeymoon in the soviet union and he's just remained basically silent on the cuba issue because he knows that. The reality of the situation is contradicting his crazy theories even beyond this very abstract idea of communism free markets. And things like that. Look at what's going on on the ground right now around. Our country crime is going through the roof not just shootings not just murders which are way up in places like chicago but look over in dc. Just just carjackings are up. And they're not up a little bit. You see those inflation numbers and you say wow eighty seven point seven percent up on car. Rentals forty five percent up on gas. That's not just a little bit. Well carjackings are up in dc not five percent ten percent europe up seventy four percent year over year. There are people now who are calling for bait cars to be placed to finally lower some of these criminals in They just had a press conference with the police in dc to figure out how to in any way impede this huge spike in crime. She.

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"809" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"809. And this morning, the U. S. Supreme Court once again turned aside a challenge to Obamacare. In a 72 ruling, the U. S. Supreme Court said Texas and other challenges to the Affordable Care act lacked legal standing. The plaintiffs had argued that since a key provision of the law, the individual mandate to obtain coverage was eliminated. All of Obamacare should be struck down. The justices did not address that legal question, instead saying we proceed no further than Standing. The decision written by Justice, Breyer said Texas and the other state plaintiffs failed to show they would be harmed by keeping the affordable care act on the books. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News, New York Constitutional attorney and ABC News legal expert Kate Shaw explains this ruling. The idea here is just because you disagree with the law or you don't like a law. You can't go to court and bring a challenge to that law and have the court resolve it. Obamacare is now survived three challenges in the high court at 8 10 from the K to our business center. The Labor Department says the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits was up last week for the first time since April. First time filings for unemployment insurance for the week of ending June. 12th at totaled 412,000 up from the previous weeks, 375,000 Paris but yet is looking to expand its footprint in the Valley, The bakery cafe as one location in Mesa. But it tells Katie a are the franchise hopes to open 20 stores in the Phoenix area, potentially adding dozens of jobs, go to K t a r dot com slash jobs for a list of companies looking to hire And the European Travel Ban is taking a toll on Arizona's economy. According to Wallet hub, the Grand Canyon state could possibly lose 2% of its GDP because of a lack of tourists. Because of the pandemic, Only six other states are getting hurt more. The European Union is now recommending its 27 member countries start lifting their own restrictions on tourists from across the U. S. We're going to take a look at your money right now in the Dow Jones is down for the morning so far, 245 points to 7 33,088 S and P 500 down five points to 40 to 18 and the NASDAQ is also holding steady this morning. For more money news head to the Katie Our business center at K t a r dot com It's 8 12. Arizona's immigration crisis. Less than a week after asking their fellow governors for help in securing the border. Arizona governor Doug Ducey and Texas Governor Greg Abbott are getting some. Florida is going to support Texas and Arizona Ktrs Jeremy Foster joins us live on the new center with more on what kind of help the Sunshine State is sending Peter Governor Ron De Santis, responding to a joint letter governors do see an abbot sent several days ago asking their counterparts for help in any way possible, while also criticizing The Biden administration for not doing more to secure the border. De Santis is sending law enforcement officers from the Sunshine State to the Lone Star and Grand Canyon's. They're going to work in concert with the.

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"809" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

The Fighter Pilot Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"I'm happy to put forth the effort to help you. Give some of these away generate little excitement. I think he told me before. You've got five that you can say that right. I absolutely agree five. Signed copy. Anyone listening wants to claim one of them. I imagine sort of first-come-first-served vince. Leave that in your hands. But i will happily send them off a i really appreciate you. Get the chance to to talk about the book and i liked. It is something that you abuse listeners will enjoy go. I think they will so instead of first. Come first serve. Why don't we do a little giveaway that we sometimes do. So if you're watching this head on over to the fighter pilot podcasts. Either on twitter or facebook is the best place in. You'll see a link for the give way you can sign up. It might ask you to subscribe to our channel or do something that will help your chances but at the end after a few days will find the winners to afford that information that you roll it and you can get this very exciting wonderful book in their hands rolling. Where can people follow you. Are you on social media yang twitter at rose whiteness. roadworthy w and. I'll go to as well run white. Don't call on a little less prominent on twitter than i had been a few months ago. Just 'cause i'm hates down trying to write a new book And twitter is anyone who uses twitter. Nice a nice marvelous distraction. Can you saw a of time very very quickly. I'm trying to spend that rising in a new book for sure. Well good. we're excited about that. Please keep us posted on it and want to thank you for this awesome book and for your time today. Roland vincent. Thanks so much. It's been a pleasure. Tokyo really.

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"809" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

The Fighter Pilot Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"809" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast

"Institutionally that was this fractious relationship between the apples and the navy but operationally the there was the greatest of respect a to a fighter pilots of the road apples. Five pilots the navy and in nineteen ninety-two. The naval squadrons was stitched through with pilots on exchange from the royal air force. All fighting together own having enjoyed that kind of peer on peer training that olas nato allies enjoyed an which coaster. The argentines didn't share and this is the the royal role navy pilots. They were flying the sea. Harriers just had the finest training in the world. And that's something that all of the pilots that i spoke to who fought in the falcons testified to they felt supremely confident going down that because they were competent in their training competent. Not just in what they knew their airplanes could do but as a result of that training. They couldn't do so. They played to their strengths raw than falling prey to their weaknesses. Right always say good. Rivalry is something you do and you don't have something better to do. And so when the chips were down of course everybody pulled together and again your book chronicles. They had to do in such a short amount of time and ultimately be victorious and so getting back to the point of the story is the harrier that goes down is such an enormous part of the overall effort because.

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News of the World Movie review

Filmspotting

04:34 min | 2 years ago

News of the World Movie review

"Probably safe to say the discourse on that one has had its moment in the film twitter bubble but we have not had a chance to weigh in yet on the show. So we're going to get to wonder woman nineteen eighty-four a bit later. I though another christmas day released that makes its on-demand debut this weekend. It's news of the world directed by paul greengrass and starring. Tom hanks news of the world is adapted from the two thousand sixteen novel by paulette gyles. Let's hear some of the trailer. Gentlemen my name is captain jefferson kyle kit tonight debris the news from across this great world of ours so they pay you to tell story. I never heard that is the thing a main could do not a rich man. Keep patients that you can see took part. Stop shop talk. You understand. English call says your name. Is joanna liam burger in the took you when they attack your family. Six years prior her mother father and sister over. Well i passed. It is a strange world. Michael when a tom hanks western directed by paul greengrass. Who worked with hangs on captain phillips after directing three of the jason. Bourne films gets lost in the shuffle. But that's pretty much what's happened with news of the world. There's been little talk of it since it did open in theaters. Some theaters on christmas day. It does come to streaming services as we mentioned this weekend set. Shortly after the civil war of the movie stars hanks as jefferson kid. A printer who lost his business in the war and now travels from town to town. Reading newspapers allowed to gathered pain audiences on his journey. He comes across a young german girl. Played by helena's zongol. Who was kidnapped as a baby by akilah tribe and rescued years later by union. Soldiers kid is charged with returning her to her surviving relatives but she'd rather returned to the kiawah the only family she's ever known that's the central narrative. But it's safe to say that's not what's most compelling about news of the world at least right now michael and i were discussing some of the titles for possible review on the show you lean toward news of the world saying this it would feed naturally into talking about how we get our news and what the news has been lately having now seen it. I'm pretty sure. I know what you're getting at but i'd love to have you explain and i'm eager to hear if you think this topicality is to the movies credit or to its detriment. Well you know when you talk about any movie or anything that's worth talking about in the culture yet. You have to respond to the times. You're living in doesn't mean that everything gets bent toward particular historical malay. Were in right now. I mean it's it's it's just sort of stunning. How distracting everything in the world in our country least is is crowding out so much of our head space for anything else and it's I think i think what's going on in news of the world at least As greengrass co wrote and directed it is you. Have you have a film. that's speaking i think. Directly although not too bluntly a to certain strains in the american spirit and the american sort of rugged individualism western ethos have a guy like Tom hanks character. Kid who's a civil war veteran The film takes place right around. The same time is john. Ford's the searchers it's It's texas in eighteen seventy. The searches was two years earlier. And you have a very similar plot line right you have essentially if you want to boil it down to the utter simplicity. Have you have an anglo older white male who wants to you. Know who ends up Rescuing and saving i guess with quotes around it A young girl from the clutches or the life. she's known a living amongst the native american tribes comanche searchers. And the kiawah here in this story

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News of the World And Wonder Woman 1984

Filmspotting

02:56 min | 2 years ago

News of the World And Wonder Woman 1984

"Welcome to film spotting with the chicago. Tribune's michael phillips. I'm josh larsen a happy new year to you michael to to josh. And how was downtown chicago treating you. This is your first new year in a new place to live this. Yeah it's been about six months since we've been down here but yeah the first official winter. The weather is pretty much the same as as in the chicago suburbs. I'd say in the winter Maybe a little milder down there. A little less wind than there is here. But yeah we're doing we're doing well. Thank you very much for filling in this week. I i'm guessing that adam is off really studying his movie trivia You were with us. Michael last weekend's trivia spotting contests his team. I'm afraid didn't fair too. Well and so i imagine he's. He's out there studying getting ready for our next show. How did your team fair reminding. I've been such as one once. You know what head on so many weeks ago now. And i've never come close since and i have to blame. You know all my teammates. Honestly i you know i. I wanted to stack the deck. So that all my incredible lack of knowledge on the marvel cinematic universe in the basically most of the star wars stuff would be plugged in by some of my cohorts now. Well i've only won once as well and i'm going to credit might teammates for that as as you saw this last week and i can tease adam but i failed spectacularly in the lightning round. I couldn't even pull the title of. It's a wonderful life out of my hat given the clue bedford falls and and of course it's a lightning around so everybody's watching it's live and it was a face plant. I'll i'll just say. I don't know if you've experienced this during trivia spotting but for those answers that are obvious i find. There's like a millisecond window where your brain knows it and if you don't blurt it out that window shots and that's right it's it's honestly no different. I just enough bad college theater to know just like forgetting your line. There is nothing in the world. You can't muscle it into existence of. It's not fair so yeah. If anyone wants to see me regularly embarrassed myself please do join us for our next trivia spotting event. That's available to our films biting family members on patriot so it is a new year michael even more than most though i think these first couple of weeks of twenty twenty one are still very much stock in the year. Twenty twenty the oscars. They've been pushed back from february to april this year and so several high profile titles are still coming to theaters The eligibility window has been opened so we have movies opening. Now that'll be considered for oscars. They're also coming on demand. Regina kings one night in miami. That's one that's coming to prime video this weekend made adams top ten list of really good really good. Yeah

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"I Can't Breathe": Looking Back at the Death of George Floyd

Network Capital

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

"I Can't Breathe": Looking Back at the Death of George Floyd

"Will be remembered not only for the Corona virus but for a wave of civil unrest prompted by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police at 809. In the evening, Minneapolis police Officer Thomas Layne taps on George Floyd's car window. Let me see your hands. Floyd had been accused of passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a convenience store. Within the hour. The 46 year old would be dead after a second officer Derrick show, Vin knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Lloyd's was the latest in a series of in custody deaths that galvanized the movement against police brutality. Boyd was buried in his hometown of Houston on June 9th alongside his mother. The worldwide conversation ignited by his death has hardly been laid to rest. African

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Dallas County Reports More Than 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases for 9th Straight Day

Jim Bohannon

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas County Reports More Than 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases for 9th Straight Day

"Death Saturday was the ninth straight day Dallas County had recorded more than 1000 Corona virus related cases in a single day. Closing the deadliest weak with the highest daily average of new cases to date, 1101 New Covad cases and four deaths were reported. County health officials said A rising number of cases are being seen and people between 18 and 39 years of age, with half of cases reported after June 1st being in the age group. The county also said 783 people were hospitalized Friday. A slight drop from the 809 reported the previous day. About 730 people visited emergency rooms with Corona virus symptoms, making up about 1/3 of all e R visits in the county. Right now, Dallas County has almost 13,000 active

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Harrier 809: Britain's Legendary Jump Jet

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Harrier 809: Britain's Legendary Jump Jet

"Week's addition comes from the central London and we have a slightly different podcast to a usual technology and industry focus. I'm absolutely delighted to be joined by aviation author and historian. I think that's fair rolling white. Who's GonNa talk a little bit about his new book? Harrier eight hundred nine which comes out in. May End of April which looks back at the role of the partic- Harry in the Falklands War and sort of looks a little bit ahead as well. Rhode Island welcomes check six. Thanks very much understand you a bit of a Fan I am. I've been I've been listening to check six at home for as long as I've been listening to. Podcasts is one of the first I discovered and so Thrilled to be on it. That's great before we get to the nitty gritty of the book. I wonder if we could just ask how you go into this. I mean you navient engage. I'm absolutely aviation Geek and have been for as long as I can remember a as a kid. I remember flying into Wattisham. My Granny's house in Suffolk Going to ashes at Lake in. He's Mildenhall Duxford grew up in Cambridge. had a primary school teacher whose husband was working on the British Aerospace on the on the Tornado. And so I'd get sort of the tornado calendar and those things. Just you know made made by Hartley. So I've been an aviation geek as long as I can remember earned On the opportunity to kind of explore some of those things that captured imaginations a kid more latterly has been an absolute privilege and pleasure. Epic gave us a premise of the book focuses. Your Second Falcons will. Yes I sort of circled back to the Falklands war from Nazran space shuttle. Each book seems to be reaction to the one before. So Hey we're back on Rissoli British territory Obviously the Harriet to any British aviation fan is an iconic machine. And the folklore opposites. Its finest

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