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World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels
"More than a million fans are in the country to watch soccer's big event. There's a lot to do. Take pictures with falcons, wander through the alleyways of traditional markets and ride on a camel's back. Ali jaber Al Ali is a camel herder. He says now we have 60 camels and even with 60 we can't catch up. We can't handle it. It's been busy and crowded. The tourist they love it. Argentina soccer fan Juan gua says it's actually an incredible feeling because you feel like a royal. Before the World Cup, Ali might fetch about 20 camel rides a day. It's been 500 rides in the morning, followed by another 500 in the evening. I'm Ed Donahue.
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on ESPN FC
"Done. Obviously the hosts are out, it's all about the Dutch should get it done. Shouldn't they really against Qatar? Senegal have to be Ecuador to advance, obviously, given that the Dutch will get that win, will they? Senegal bid my Ecuador? Your Ecuadorian. Never South America. Are you from Scotland? Well, they're not in it, remember. According to him, you can change the country. That wasn't the point. I think you're missing the point right now, right? I'm going to say that Ecuador has been one of the teams, one of the few teams in this competition that know who they are and have been able to execute to their game plan. At times they were better than the Netherlands in that match and probably should have won the game. I'm going to say Ecuador remain consistent and do enough to at the very least draw against Senegal and they advance into the next round. I agree with Ali in the terms of consistency, but I really think Senegal have better talents and they're going to go through with the Netherlands. All things being even, I agree, I think Ecuador the major concern for me is around the fitness of Valencia, having been substituted in the last game. Is he a 100%? How much does he contribute because he is so vital to everything for Ecuador? Will, but of course, we're looking back at that group on the next edition of the show. Can't guarantee it will lead the show, but be sure to join us.
How Emilio Esteves Helped Jon Bon Jovi Get His Oscar Nomination
"Also, close personal friend of Bon Jovi, you were in his music videos, he was in young guns, et cetera that's right. How did that happen? So I was a fan of that song that he wrote called wanted dead or alive, and we listened to it during the first young guns. And Ali sheet is like patient zero. She was friendly with. And me too, from USC theater. She's the she was friends with John and Richie sambora, and she introduced John and I and John says, hey man, you know, I love young guns one. Can I be involved with youngsters? I said, you know, once you come out to New Mexico and we'll throw in cameo, he shows up in the middle of shooting and he says, hey, I wrote a song. I'd love to play it for you. And I said, oh my God, whatever. Sure. Yeah. How good could it be? Can I play it for you now? And he had it written on a piece of lined. Paper and he's sat down and played in the car and it was blazing glory. Wow. And I had the day off. And I said, get in the car. We drove to set. I said, there's the director and producers go in there and play it for them. And he did. And he was nominated for an Oscar. I think he won the Golden Globe for the song. And an entire album was born out of that experience. So yeah, he and I have been friends for a while, and it was I think that was his first solo album, was it?
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on ESPN FC
"Welcome to latest edition of ESPN FC live here on ESPN+ I'm Dan Thomas, from my shack in his Frank Labeouf and ally Moreno, lots going on, of course, today later on on the show a bumper preview of that must win class for the U.S. as they take on Iran. We'll discuss the rumors of messy going to enter Miami plus strange goings on at Juventus will break down everything you need to know about the board resigning. We'll kick things off though the favorites. To win the World Cup, Brazil in action against Switzerland, they mean it two wins out of two. It looked like they were going to be frustrated by the Swiss but in the end a brilliant goal from casimiro would prove to be the difference between the two sides, Brazil then make it through to the knockout stages, Switzerland still very much alive in the group. They went on the final day, they will be joining Brazil in the round of 16. I suppose the big question Ali going into this was how would Brazil cope without Neymar. What answer did they give us? But the first answer had to be given by teaching. And what his reaction was going to be. And what his decision was going to be. And I didn't like it. Coming in. Well, Pakistan was playing, but Fred came in. So Fred now is dropping in and playing with Casa made on Pakistan sort of playing the role of Neymar. I would have left Pakistan right alongside
Top US diplomat in Qatar for soccer, talks amid Iran tension
"Secretary of State Anthony blinken a self acknowledged great mediocre soccer player himself will attend as America faces Wales at Ahmad bin Ali stadium blinken will also hold crucial diplomatic talks with authorities in gutter areas to be touched on are likely to include Iran's rapid advancement of its nuclear program and nationwide protests shaking the Islamic Republic to visit comes as part of a strategic dialog with gutter which also hosts some 8000 American troops at the Al udid air base of forward headquarters of the U.S. Military central command I'm Charles De Ledesma
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on AP News Radio
" More than a million fans are in the country to watch soccer's big event. There's a lot to do. Take pictures with falcons, wander through the alleyways of traditional markets and ride on a camel's back. Ali jaber Al Ali is a camel herder. He says now we have 60 camels and even with 60 we can't catch up. We can't handle it. It's been busy and crowded. The tourist they love it. Argentina soccer fan Juan gua says it's actually an incredible feeling because you feel like a royal. Before the World Cup, Ali might fetch about 20 camel rides a day. It's been 500 rides in the morning, followed by another 500 in the evening. I'm Ed Donahue.
Stacey Abrams Blames Misinformation for Poor Polling Results
"Now, in Georgia, Stacey Abrams is trailing Brian Kemp pretty considerably. Stacey Abrams knows why. This is pretty fascinating. Stacey Abrams sat down with Ali velshi on MSNBC over the weekend. And Ali velshi said, you're way behind in the polls to Brian Kemp, looks like you're going to lose. Why is that? Here's her answer. I do not believe it's because of a deep well of enthusiasm for my opponent. We know that black voters are often discounted and unfortunately this year black men have been a very targeted population for misinformation, not misinformation about what they want, but about why they want what they deserve. And my campaign has been the only one that has very intentionally thoughtfully and consistently reached out. That has been misconstrued as concern when it indeed is just respect. I got to hear that again, Yuri, I got to please play that one more time because that's classic. That's about that you talk about rich. Here's the question, hey, Stacey Abrams, why are you behind by almost double digits in some polls to Brian Kemp listen one more time once more for emphasis to Stacey Abrams response? I do not believe it's because of a deep well of enthusiasm for my opponent. We know that black voters are often discounted and unfortunately this year black men have been a very targeted population for misinformation, not misinformation about what they want, but about why they want what they deserve. And my campaign has been the only one that has very intentionally thoughtfully and consistently reached out. That has been misconstrued as concern when indeed it's just respect
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Then that is a serious problem, because again, geopolitically speaking, Ukraine, which is now successfully defended itself against a Russian invasion and is not on the verge of collapse. If we continue to fund Ukraine the expense of Taiwan, I mean, maybe we can walk into government at the same time, but if we can not, we need to reprioritize immediately because again, then you're a future for China is going to look very, very aggressive, given all of the internal problems that China is suffering. Meanwhile, another regime that could theoretically be on the brink is Iran. These widespread protests have not stopped for weeks and weeks and weeks, CNN is now reporting that Iran's supreme leader is praising the country's paramilitary force for its role in a deadly crackdown on anti regime protesters again. We don't know if there's anybody inside the Iranian revolutionary guard corps or inside the government over there who's willing to topple the regime and that's going to be the big question in Iran. Iran is a brutal military regime. It imprisons or kills people who descend on a fairly regular basis, until Ayatollah Ali Khamenei described the popular protest movement as rioters and thugs back by foreign forces and praised innocent basic fighters for protecting in the nation about Asia's a wing of Iran's revolutionary guard, deployed to the streets as protests have swelled since September. I mean, check your calendar, guys. It's now November. So these things have been going on for about three months at this point. The protest movement was initially sparked by the murder of a 22 year old woman, masa amini and custody of Iran's morality police. Amnesty International says the basic in order to mercilessly confront protesters. The supreme leader said on Saturday quote, when facing the enemy on the field of battle, the buzzy has always shown itself to be courageous, not afraid of the enemy. You saw in the most recent events, are innocent and impressed by Ziggy's, became the targets of oppression, so they wouldn't even allow the nation to become the target of rioters and thugs, and those on the enemy payroll, whether wittingly or unwittingly, they gave them themselves to free others by free others, they mean repress everyone. Meanwhile, the UN high commissioner for human rights, UN most useless organization on the face of the earth. The human rights chief, his name is Volker Turk. He warned Iran is in a quote full fledged human rights crisis. Well, and what are you going to do about it? Remember states of the UN Human Rights Council passed a motion titled quote the deteriorating situation of human rights in Iran, especially in respect to women in children. And they formed a fact finding mission. Oh, a fact finding, by the way, the Iranians immediately rejected it. At least 14 thousand people, including children, have now been arrested in connection with the protests, at least 21 of them currently faced the death penalty in 6 have already received death sentences. Among those arrested are too well known Iranian actors and cuts, were taken into custody on separate occasions for publicly backing the nationwide protests. Then president and national uprising has taken hold in more than a 150 cities and a 140 universities in all 31 provinces of Iran because this is a religious theocracy, the possibility of a widespread public uprising that is not quashed by the Iranian revolutionary guard corps. The thing that they have done very efficiently in Iran is purged the IRGC, which is a terrorist group of pretty much any moderate elements, and so the question is going to be, are you going to need actual bloodshed in the streets, a full scale military uprising against the current military regime in Tehran in order to overturn things? As I say, typically speaking, when you have revolutions, you either need a revolution in which the military switches sides or leading figures in political power, switch sides, and depose somebody. Or it comes to bloodshed. In Iran, it may well come to bloodshed. It has a good piece over at The Washington Post, she's Iranian journalist author and woman's rights at campaigner. And she points out that basically the west is only waking up right now to the fact that Iran is a horrible state. Which, again, some of us have been saying this for literally decades at this point. But apparently it took people being shot in the streets on mass in order for the west to abandon its hopes of trying to negotiate with the ayatollahs. Continues is itself a remarkable tribute to those overwhelmingly young Iranians refused to back down in the face of brutal violence from the regime. Western leaders have been slow to acknowledge the full significance in depth of what has been happening inside Iran. Now at least because of their fixation on persuading the regime to agree to a deal on Tehran's nuclear program now at last, they're welcome signs of change. She says that she met with Emmanuel Macron and she says that Macron finally realized that the situation in Iran is really, really bad, which is kind of incredible. And what exactly was the, it just shows you that when the west preaches about democracy and diversity and tolerance and all this, you want to write so many people around the world look at the west with Jose skeptical eye. Maybe one of the reasons is because the west has been openly attempting to negotiate a deal with one of the most brutally repressive regimes on Planet Earth. While they crack down on citizens who are significantly more moderate, by the way, the citizenry in Iran is not predominantly religiously extreme. The citizenry and Ron wants no part of this regime.
Ali Velshi Understands Katie Hobbs Not Wanting to Debate Lies
"It's interesting. You tweeted, Katie Hobbs, the midterms are a choice between sanity or chaos. I wonder where you come down on her not debating thing. I was talking about politics girl. I'm sure you've seen her on Twitter's terrific. But she said, you know, her first instinct is, oh, she should, why wouldn't she? But her conclusion at the end is she understands why she's not and supports that because I understand it. I'll say, let's look at the examples, right? Of debates that work in debates that don't work. Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock, in my opinion, worked. Because Rafa were not didn't have to do anything. Herschel even just stand on stage with Herschel Walker and that's all you have to do. So that worked. In my opinion. I think that there's a guy running against Marjorie Taylor green, who, you know, normally there isn't even a candidate running against her. And he debated her. And I thought, it's not going to win him any votes in that district, but I thought it worked because he came across as, hey, I'm a thoughtful, interesting person. Yeah. Carrie Lake is on another planet. Yeah. Right? She's not very good at television. Her rally seemed like rock concerts. I don't know. On one hand, you know, Katie Hobbs is a measured exactly the person you want is the Secretary of State. She's a measured person. She's terrified. And talk about it. Talk about courage. I mean, the amount of death threat she and her families and her endurance. She has been in a place where they have a lot of extra guns. So politics zero point was basically, it's like wrestling with a pig. You know, you both get dirty, but the people likes it. Oh, I get it? But I also feel like these Arizona politicians are running away with stuff because it's so easy to gaslight people now. Yeah. And so I don't know. And I don't want to, I don't want to, I don't want to second guess anybody's decision because I think it's offensive to debate. I think it's great to debate almost everything, except lies,
Ali Velshi's Worldwide Perspective on the Turn From True Democracy
"If anyone has a worldview because you report from all over the world all the time, it's that, right? Netanyahu is making a comeback. What's his name, Bolsonaro, thank God, just lost, but it is this ongoing worldwide battle, isn't it? About autocracy fascism. There are a couple of standouts though in that. So Netanyahu, mama had been Salman who doesn't have to run for elections ever. Vladimir Putin who doesn't have to run for elections ever. And Xi Jinping. We have a few people here who are in a much better position if Donald Trump were to win the election. And Donald Trump now looks like we'll declare that he's running for president on according to some sources on November the 14th. So there are people who are setting up for it, right? So Saudi Arabia and Iran got together to cut oil production to increase oil prices right before an election to hurt Democrats. And because they would like to hurt Democrats and they'd like Donald Trump in power. Netanyahu facing indictment and all sorts of things want to be prime minister of Israel looks like that's actually going to happen. And have never had a better friend than Donald Trump. So there's two themes going on in the world. There's a general lurch to the right, but not just the right toward fascism toward all these things. And I think a lot of people don't understand that having the vote does not guarantee you democracy, right? Iran has about Russia has a vote. All these people vote. But there's this lurch to the right, and then there's a bunch of people in the world setting up for Donald Trump to regain the top spot as the anti democratic guy in chief. And that's a big issue. You've now heard a lot of Republicans talking about, I don't know if we should spend this kind of money in Ukraine. Kevin McCarthy Senate Marjorie Taylor Greene said it. You know, so I am very worried that that is an abstraction to a lot of Americans, right? We're dealing with the price of gas. The price of food, and these are all very, very real issues with interest rates going up and inflation. But if democracy ends while we're worried about that, it's going to be a problem.
Kimberley Johnson Is in Disbelief at the Right's Inhumanity
"I'm feeling dark humorous because it's just. It's depressing, right? Between Elon Musk and the Pelosi attack. It's just in the awfulness that has ensued on social media that I guess we could have predicted. I can't believe I'm still shocked by how horrible people on the right are, but here we are. Yeah, it gets worse every day. And they do shock me because, you know, we're not we're used to their policies and the wink wink, nudge nudge with whatever it is, racism, bigotry, misogyny, et cetera but they're just saying it. I mean, a couple of, I don't know who they were. I can't remember because I see it and I scroll real fast, but there were a couple of Republicans that make jokes about Paul Pelosi getting hammered and it's so disgusting. I can't I can't believe it. I know. I know. No, I was saying, there's that moment where you think, oh God, will this finally shock anybody's conscience? But then you think if January 6th didn't, what is going to, and this is just a continuation of January 6th. I was saying to Chris the minute it got reported and I'm like, oh my God. That's exact same thing we heard on January 6th. That creepy where's Nancy? Nancy, you know, it's like, yeah, I don't know. Like you say, I don't even know what to say anymore. It's because it's not the lunatic fringe. It's ronna mcdaniel. It's Glenn youngkin. It's whether it's jokes or just you just think, do these people really just not have any conception of that that was their father or grandfather. Right. Yeah, I mean, it boggles the mind. You just wonder how can they, I don't know, how can they be that way? And it's like, they just keep getting worse. I think everybody had this false sense of security when Biden was inaugurated. And unfortunately, it just seems like it's getting worse on that side.
Tucker Carlson: People Have the Right to Question Elections
"There's no such thing as election denying in a free society. It's called free speech. You're allowed to say it. If you think it, period. And our media, which exists to defend free speech, is doing its best day after day to shut it down. How dare you raise any questions about next week's midterms? Why are they telling you that? It's ominous. Here's MSNBC's Ali velshi, making it explicit. Watch as he explains that if you vote for a Republican in Pennsylvania, Doug mastriano, you're destroying democracy through voting. Watch this. Of those 299 election denying candidates. That's them on the screen. 173 of them are favored to win their race this year, while 52 others are in competitive races, where they still have a chance of winning. Their collective victory could have catastrophic consequences for American democracy. It's possible that in a couple of years, as the results of the 2024 presidential elections are being certified, people like Lake and fincham in Arizona, mass Rihanna in Pennsylvania and over a 150 members of Congress who have spent these last two years sowing seeds of doubt about the legitimacy of Joe Biden's victory, it's likely they'll be in positions of power that have an outsized influence on the outcome of future elections. And what they might do with that power is what voters need to be thinking about today. First of all, if people have questions about the last election or January 6th or what happened at Nancy Pelosi's house in San Francisco last Friday, there's a really simple way to put those concerns to rest. To stop the conspiracy theories. And that's produced the evidence. Show us the facts. If people are worried about vote totals in a specific state from 2020, first of all, they have a right to have the party in charge prove that that proof that that election was fair.
Here's why Seoul's Itaewon district was so packed ahead of the deadly crowd surge
"People have gathered near the site of the weekend's deadly crowd surge in Seoul to pay their respects to more than 150 people who lost their lives in the country's worst disaster in years Citizens lay flowers and place drinks near the ital one metro station Saturday's crowd search was concentrated in a sloped narrow Ali close by witnesses and survivors recalled a hill like chaos Student
Dinesh D'Souza Releases '2000 Mules' in Book Form
"Dinesh tell us about the book, which some people might be interested or curious how is it different than the movie walk us through it? The movie is a 90 minute narrative of what really happened in the 2020 election. And there are some aspects in the movie that can't be duplicated in a book. So for example, the movie has surveillance video. Obviously, there's no way for me to pluck that video and stick it in a book. The book has photos and images, but it doesn't have video. On the other hand, books can do certain things that movies can't. And so a book can almost like a legal brief, lay out a systematic argument. At a far greater level of explanation and detail, it can provide a lot of evidentiary backup, crossing the T's and dotting the eyes. And the other thing that this book has is it has a systematic refutation of the critics of the movie. So it goes beyond 2000 meals and it answers people like Ali swenson of AB, Philip bump of The Washington Post, Tom drives back at national public radio. Many of the prominent sort of debunkers of 2000 meals, not to mention, by the way, Liz Cheney and Bill Barr, all of them come under scrutiny and under fire in the book.
An Update on the Arrest of Konnech CEO Eugene Yu
"As you probably know, the CEO of the election software company conic. This is a guy named Eugene U he is a Chinese American, born in China, educated in China. Has been doing business in China. He's been arrested in Los Angeles by the district attorney George gascon, kind of ironic progressive, a left wing DA who somehow has some people on his team that are going after election fraud. And this is what this is what we're talking about. Make no mistake. Interestingly, the left, very worried about all this. And so a lot of the people who were going after 2000 mules, I'm thinking of people like Tom drives back at NBR or Philip bump at The Washington Post, the so called fact checker Ali swenson at political these people have been very nervously trying to figure out how to handle this conic situation. Why? Because who blew the whistle on conic. True the vote. Catherine engelbrecht, Greg Phillips. In fact, Greg Phillips went before the grand jury in Los Angeles and laid out some of the facts about conic. Now, the LA district attorney's office has done its own investigation, and they filed their complaint, and that's what I want to talk about because what they say very clearly is that, well, two things. First of all, not only is Eugene you accused of violating his contract with Los Angeles and committing the crime of allowing access to U.S. election data, specifically Paul worker data, but we don't know the full extent of it, to China, to Chinese companies, to Chinese officials, and undoubtedly to the Chinese Communist Party, which, after all, oversees everything that happens in China and has full access to anything that is done on a Chinese server.
Harry Cohn and Rita Hayworth's Tumultuous Relationship
"Harry Cohn at one point took all the credit for creating Rita Hayworth. He was obsessed with her. I don't blame him. She's my tippy top. She was Columbia's first sex goddess in the 40s. But she kept getting married. Her first husband was a 40 year old car salesman, then she married the director arson wells, then she married Ali Khan, who was the arid parent to a Muslim throne, then she married the singer dick James. Every time she got married, her box office started declining. It eroded to the point where it was shit. And her marriage to Khan, who was a huge Playboy huge womanizer, that kept her out of pictures for two years. And it really infuriated Harry Cohn and it really alienated her fans. So after Rita Hayworth returns to Hollywood in 51, Cohen wanted one of her pet projects, which was Joseph and his brethren, and until then, her husband dick haymes had come into Harry's office with a perfectly chiseled beard and demanded to be cast as Joseph. And instead, Harry Cohen decided to get back at Rita Hayworth because it was still madly in love with her and he was also pissed that he let Marilyn Monroe slip away, believe it or not, and I can believe this because I'm one of those people who's not super impressed by Malin's beauty. I'm just not like there's certain pictures I get it, and the voice I hear it. But when you take everything into account, she's not my favorite movie star or sex bomb, not at all. And I think she was like probably too big and too sloppy and fucked everybody just not my cup of tea. But Harry Cohn felt the same way he wasn't impressed by her beauty. He didn't renew her contract in 1940 to 6 month contract. And he said, you know what? I'll take the next pretty girl that walks in my office and wants to be a star. And he did just that. And that was Rita Hayworth.
Bill O'Reilly Calls in to Discuss His New Book 'Killing the Legends'
"With us right now is the legendary Bill O'Reilly who has a new book called killing the legends, Bill, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Emily and Charlie, what's up? Doing great. Congratulations on the new book. I feel like you have won every 6 months. It's pretty amazing. Tell us about this new one killing the legends. Yes, the subtitle is most important. The lethal danger of celebrity. And now that you are a celebrity, you need to read this book, Charlie. So every famous person in this country has a target on him or her. And the more famous you get, the bigger the target becomes. Now I wrote about Elvis Presley John Lennon, Muhammad Ali, they are the cover boys for killing the legends. Because each of those men change American culture. So American cultural history is not widely written about because most historians are snobs. But if you look at what Presley Lennon and Ali actually did, their contributions to our history are enormous, yet under reported. However, in the process of doing what they did, they all destroyed themselves.
Are Republicans Trying to Help Cause a Blue Wave?
"Dark Brandon strikes again. Yes. All right, I think he is also going to send an arrangement of penis flowers to Lindsey Graham for his national abortion baby, which blows everything Republican. Also, I think he should send some flowers to Rick Scott, who has basically said Republicans want to blow up social security and Medicare. Yes. The guy in charge of elected Republicans in the Senate, Rick Scott of Florida, proposed a plan. I wish I had enough copies to hand, but go online and look at it. I really mean this is serious because they're going to make it hard for you to believe. Proposed a plan requiring Congress to vote on the future of social reauthorization. And I want to remind you, you paid for your social security. Every single paycheck from the time you're a kid, you paid for it. So every 5 years, concrete gets to vote, change, cut, reducer, a limited entirety of social security. Also, we mentioned Ron Johnson, liberal helper. Here we go. Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. As my mother would say, God love him. He thinks 5 years is too long to wait. He wants to put the vote social security Medicare on the chopping block. Every single year. Let me remind you all again, you paid for social security. You paid for Medicare. It's taken out of every single one of your paychecks. These guys never give up. Well, guess what? We're not going to give up either. Okay. All right. Mark Brandon. Doc Brandon. Carlos, what's going on? Is there a think tank over there on how they can help Democrats with a blue suit? A national ban on abortion. Right. There used to be a little devil now. It's just like, no more. Take away the social security to it. Do it now. Wow. That's like a good idea. Yeah. Right. I feel like they're being the biggest liberal helpers ever. And it's magical. And they're just fighting amongst themselves, right? Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and Roger Stone hates Wendy Graham and it's fantastic. Big mega rats fight fight fight. Equally awful, yes. Okay, we were talking about, oh, Trump just posted a meme with the queue was like right on his lapel. So QAnon's all going crazy, 'cause now they've gotten the official stamp of approval from captain crazy. Could I have my conspiracy music please? Oh, but Stephanie both parties are the same. I just wanted to say that. Oh, I'm sorry. What now? Both parties are the same. Are they exactly the same? Yeah, nothing to see here. Both according to this. Yeah, thank you. Okay, what is it that the queen is laying in state now? Her funeral is Monday. Yes, she's a Westminster. She is still dead. That remains. She's not a Trump's golf course. I got confused with the name. No, no. Westminster. She's really emotional. She will not be buried in any of Trump's golf courses. As far as we know. This has got some documents to hide. Right. Maybe he's stuffed him in her crown last time. So I don't know. Okay. I don't QAnon. I don't, okay. PolitiFact has dismissed a conspiracy theory that the royal family are part of a line of reptiles. From the constellation Draco, and that they have reptilian blood. That's the one dog junior just killed in that tweet or photo. I saw him sitting on top of one. I thought that was Kimberly Guilfoyle. Okay. No. Yeah, that is a mouth. That's Kimberly Guilfoyle black. That's what she's coming out for the general sex or orals? That's her way of saying the best is yet to come. I guess. Does anyone down junior is more man than I give him credit for? Because if he could take that oncoming and okay. So Don Junior would be the best that is yet to come. Yeah. I just think I'm gonna burn. You said that out loud. Okay, I'm sorry. I need to debunk the latest QAnon Queen Elizabeth. Okay, PolitiFact has had to debunk Queen Elizabeth did not die before September 8th and her death was part of a dark conspiracy involving pedophilia or child trafficking something. Prince was not sacrificed in 2016 when he died on the queen's 90th birthday that year and that he had been put to death as a birthday gift. Like prince, as in. Yes, for instance. As in. Let's go crazy. Right. Yes, was not like Prince Andrew. Look to death as a birthday gift to Queen Elizabeth on her 90th birthday. Why? Why? I want him killed. He's not, he's just named princess. He's not in the royal prince. He's not real. He's not in the line of secession. You've killed the wrong prince. This is the only purple rain. That's not who I meant. I meant OJ, perhaps I've said too much. But his name is prince. And he is fine. Yeah, I don't. Okay. Queen Elizabeth also did not die from the COVID vaccine. Nope. And she was not shot and killed in Detroit. Wait, what? That was Detroit? I'm going to. I won't be needing security. She was going to Paisley park to see prince. That's when Minneapolis. That's in Minneapolis. It's not Detroit. He's on her way. My ticket to Detroit. Now I'm in the wrong area. I have connection. You have to do a layover. Prince is grave, who was killed at for my birthday. Now I've been Detroit. Who booked me to Motown? She missed her connection. Oh, I've been shot. I'm going to see if they have a pedophilia pizza parlor Detroit. I don't help me help mummy. What, why? Do people I don't know. We've always conspiracy theorists, but this is the problem. The former president of the United States just basically put his stamp of approval on this whole crazy cult. Well, yeah, he's just digging the scoop deeper into the tide pool to see what else will creatures lie beneath. Like, well, I can't get enough of the crazy crazy. See, I gotta get a crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy. He's just digging for anybody that can be upright and punch a hole or push a button on a voting machine. Okay. Let's go back to earth one for a moment where President Biden talking about getting real stuff done. With this law, the American people want and special interest loss. Folks, we're going to lower prescription drug costs. Lower health insurance costs. Lower energy costs for millions of families. I want to take the most aggressive action ever ever, ever to confront the climate crisis and increase our energies security. Ever in the whole world. And that's not hyperbole. That's a fact. We're going to build a future, the future. Here in the United States of America, with American workers with American companies with American made products. And after years of some of the biggest corporations in the United States paying zero in federal income tax, they'll now have to begin to literally pay their fair share today offers proof that the sole America's vibrant, the future America's bright and the promise of America is real. Thank you, dark Ryan. Okay. Yes. Okay. The oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, the guy with only one good eye. What could I?
Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded
"If you want the news, where do you go, Chris? Where'd he go, Travis? America's news, man. Ali belty. That's right. And here he is again. Good morning, Ali velshi. Good morning to you, my friend. It is great to see you again on this Friday morning. It's a Friday's always a great long day for me. And this is my, you know, this is getting my blood flowing in the morning stretches. Yeah, yeah. Right. This is your stretch for your weekend. And I have my your pillow. Yes. If my pillow, not anything relevant about my pillow, I just thought I'd bring my pillow. You know, I was going to read this tweet to you because this is where we find ourselves. You having to be a news reporter in this day and age. Patrick tweets, a pillow magnate, just had his phone seized by the FBI at a hardee's in connection to a fired reality TV host trying to steal The White House and I'm begging the writers of America season 246 to please stop drinking for even one day. Do you not feel like that when you're just like, who else was it? Oh, somebody, oh, Don said, it seems almost written that Trump will be picked up at a McDonald's. Who was the other guy in a clown wig at dairy? And dairy Queen. The guy that said Trump is going to be reinstated. But that's real. That's real. Ally. Where do we find ourselves at this juncture? The problem is, and as I've traveled around the world, it's all like this, right? It's all stuff that you could discount as not sufficient to make a movie plot. The type of lawyers Trump surrounded him with the four seasons landscaping thing after the election. It's all the Christina bob as his lawyer. It's all like that except two problems are occurring. One is they actually did real damage and continue to do real damage. They actually ruined real people's lives. So aside from people who were killed on January 6th, a lot of people were duped who are now going to jail. And Donald Trump continues to phone in to their rallies and things like that and encouraged. Not a bit of remorse. If I ever did anything that caused another human to spend a night in detention, I would be racked with remorse forever. But number three, which is the most important is that everybody looks at that stupid clown car and says, you know, they weren't going to succeed at this, which is not entirely true, right? But for Mike Pence making a decision at the last minute, our democracy could have been fully imperiled. There are a whole lot of smarter people out there who aren't part of the clown car. Who aren't Rudy Giuliani who want to buy who aren't, you know, all these lawyers that he's got who are looking at this thinking, um, I can figure out a way to get this right so that isn't a pillow guy and a McDonald's and all of this kind of stuff. That's actually what I worry about. The too many people look at this ridiculousness and write it off as, wow, that was stupid and ridiculous. But we didn't really Dodge a bullet. We actually really did Dodge a bullet and we better be careful because the guns got more in them. Yeah, this has caused one of America's premier newsman Ali velshi to bring an actual prop on a morning radio show. You actually brought a pillow because if I want to be really good, I'd have a pillow and a phone because the pillow magnet had his phone set. That's right. Now, you're going to cover that this weekend about by the way, it is not easy to see someone's phone, right? I mean, there have been a number of phones. Tell us about how you're covering that this weekend. Well, so I want to try to make sense of it, right? Because of the January 6th committee, there's the Department of Justice investigation in which Merrick Garland seems to have woken up to the idea that despite the possible damage and martyrdom of Donald Trump, if he's indicted for anything, the Department of Justice has to take this seriously and in a timely manner. So the DoJ has seized a bunch of phones. They put out a bunch of subpoenas. Now keep in mind, we got, we got Boris Epstein. He had his phone taken. And Mike Roman, who was a campaign strategist for Trump had a phone taken. The pillow man had his Jeffrey Clark had his phone taken back in June, Dan scavino, the social media director, had his and Bernie kerik. Former commissioner of the New York police, who was working with Rudy Giuliani in overturning the election, had his phone taken. It is very hard to take somebody's phone, by the way. The Department of Justice can't do it as a fishing expedition like Donald Trump likes to say. You can't take a phone for purely investigative investigatory purposes. You have to have probable cause of a crime and convince someone that you do. There's a high bar to getting someone's phone. Now, my confusion is that when it comes to pillow guy and guys like that, I feel like they've said all the quiet parts out loud on either fox or whatever crazy outlook will have them. So I'm curious as to what could possibly be on their phone, but they haven't already said they're being sued by dominion voting. They're being sued by all sorts of people. So I don't know, but I will say this that between the January 6th committee and the Department of Justice, they've all been very deliberative, more deliberative than many of your listeners are my viewers would like them to be. We took them to move faster in some cases. They've been very deliberative. So if they're getting the stuff, one of two things is happening. They know there's valuable information on those phones or it's information they already know and they are now calling these guys in or looking at their phones to say, we already know this. We just need further corroboration before we place charges or things like that. So those two things are happening and I don't know which. Right. So this special master ruling, we just talked to Glenn kirschner about it. I mean, it's just, it's getting harder and harder to sort of cover, first of all, I don't even know how you keep track of all of these stories of lawbreaking, and which crimes are being investigated by who. But you know, I mean, I guess Trump has succeeded once again in at least delaying. Yes, that's exactly what it is because the special master has to get through the documents now by November 30th. Which, you know, the Trump people had wanted three months. The Department of Justice and wanted less. November 30th, the one, the one thing about that, and I guess the Department of Justice doesn't care to get politics involved in this, but there's a sort of political thing happening between now and November 30th and it's November 8th, right? It's the actual midterm elections in which it does seem that some Republicans and conservatives are disgruntled by the degree of criminality that seems to surround the former Trump administration and Trump today. And so that's the frustration that why November 30. This is just a delay tactic. There may or may not be some documents that were seized that were inappropriate, but generally speaking, the FBI and what's called its filter team do a relatively good job of this. So this is just going to be a way to do what Donald Trump has always done. One day, perhaps Donald Trump will face the music. Yeah. He's very, very, very good at delay, and that's what the special master essentially. Yeah. Speaking of politics, our Republicans trying to lose the midterms. Let's talk about the Lindsey Graham's proposed. Right? That's exactly right. And now this stunt was desantis and Abbott, you know, illegally flying migrants in some cruel prank. So it's cruel. It's cruel and the cruelty seems to be the point. I'm not sure that moves the needle politically all that much other than gets Democrats who were thinking of not voting. To vote. But I think abortion may have done that anyway. So I think you're seeing a lot of energy amongst Democrats, which you wouldn't have seen in the midterm typically. But the Lindsey Graham thing just weird, right? The
Chris Rock and Dave Chapelle Keep Ganging up on Will Smith
"Everybody seems to be lauding Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle for going on what seems like this revenge tour they seem to have right now. They're turning up together in concerts and doing shows together. I don't know. Chris Rock came out the other night. I think it was sadly finally addressing the Will Smith slap. Hasn't done it yet, really. He said, you know, he said I'm fuck you and you're a hostage video referring to the video Will Smith put on YouTube a few weeks back up saying I reached out to because I humbly apologize. Chris Rock the one, none of it. And then his big joke was, you know, yeah, that's smack hurt. He played Muhammad Ali. I couldn't even play Floyd Mayweather. And you know, he just went on and on for a while and Chappelle applauded it too, and he called Chris Rock brave. No brave would have been hitting him back. I mean, it would have been stupid, but brave. Brave is to wait months before you say something that's not brave a bad word. You know, the slap was bad. I'm not for the slap. I mean, but come on, stop this. Okay, look, you got slapped. We get it. But how about what happened to Rihanna in the car with Chris Brown? She got the crap knocked out of her. Remember her face? You didn't see her mentioning what happened to her every time she stepped on a stage somewhere, when did a concert?
Ali Velshi Discusses CNN's Center-Right Swing
"Can you explain your former network CNN? Apparently deciding to move to the right or more to the center, whatever they're calling it when it looks like we're in the midst of a blue tsunami, not a red wave, as everyone's been predicting. The intent, if the intent were to say, there are lots of viewpoints out there and we should represent them. I'm okay with that. If the intent were to say we should have better debates between people with different political views, I'm okay with that too. The problem is the election dies. The problem is the democracy, the people who are adverse to democracy. They have to have a very serious checking system on CNN to say, these people don't get equivalent airtime. You actually can't come into a democracy and decide that the very few shared values that we have are now up for debate. Because someone there's a political party in this country that has been working against some very basic things and they're doing it because they hide behind the idea that I like conservatives. I don't like the left wing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a nut and Bernie Sanders is going to put communism on us. Except one party is not talking policy at all. There is no Republican policy. They are advertising chaos. Their whole idea is we come in, we'll take the voting machines away, we'll overturn elections. We'll take rights away from people and state secretary secretaries of state. We will bring you chaos.
Ali Velshi Is Worried About America's Decline in Democracy and Rights
"So I have to say, first of all, a lot of people talking already about the fact that the three major networks did not carry this amazing Biden speech. You've been in the media landscape for so long. What is your take on that? I'm deeply disappointed because I have, I'm generally speaking an optimist about society and politics. And I am so worried about this particular issue. This decline in democracy globally. I was overseas for a while during the Ukraine war. I was in Ukraine. And here in the United States, I'm worried that people don't register it, right? Democracy is really an abstraction to most people until, of course, they start taking away your rights and we start to feel like we're in handmaid's tale and voting changes and we don't trust our ballots. It's happening, but it's kind of like a slow flood, right? This democracy is getting flooded out and we're not seeing it. And I think when the president of the United States talks about actual threats to democracy that to journalists and to the public have been demonstrated by January 6th and so many other things, including a recent exploration of Mar-a-Lago where the president did untold things. And thank you for bringing a handmaid's tale, even though you do not have a vagina. I appreciate that. I spoke a few months ago before the ro leak with Margaret Atwood, and she said, you know, in 1985, when she wrote this thing, she said, people told her, this is just unrealistic. And she says, no it's not unrealistic. Women's rights are going to be taken away. It's going to happen in America and it's going to be on the basis of a theocracy and everybody said, there's no theocracy in America, abortion rights are entrenched. It's not going to happen. And yet when you read it, it's amazing that it's all happening. It's happening in ways that are so draconian. So when you ask people, you like abortion you don't like abortion. Some people like abortion, they don't like abortion. We're asking the wrong questions. Do you think women and their doctors should be criminalized for it? This is just an aspect of the way in which rights are being taken. Do we think the government should the government make that decision? Do you think the president was affected was a bunch of historians that were just warning him about this that we are literally losing democracy in the future? And so when the president wants to talk about that issue, then I think we should be listening to that issue.
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"I announced again in the facebook group. It's always going to be on my social media. I guess that's the short answer patriot on instagram stories. It's really instagram posts. It's my instagram stories. Which will have to watch Instagram's stories sometimes twitter and the facebook group I really i record these podcasts. So much in advance that. I don't put out announcements on the podcast. So i'm never going to do like an intro. Saying tickets are on sale. Now that herb in five days whatever it is. That's just that for me doesn't make a lot of sense based on my own recording schedule so anyway. This is a long answer to kind of tell you that patriae on facebook group instagram stories will be your best bets. I'm ali on the run one on instagram by the way Check those out. I know that not. Everyone has social media. I know that not everyone is on instagram again. I am doing the very best with what i have right now. You know. I've wanted to do an email newsletter for a long time. It's just beyond my band with right now so Maybe someday i will. I will put together an email list and get a newsletter. It's one of those things. That's always on my list. And i just haven't gotten to. I have to prioritize and so Hopefully one of those outlets will be a suitable place for most of you. If not i understand and i am sorry Yeah so do my best and thank you to everyone who who has been to the live shows or listen to them. After the fact. I i really appreciate it. I appreciate the support. Hollywood isn't jackie from outside of sort. Help yeah And my question for you. And i feel like i feel like you'll have a good answer. This question Is what was your favorite in the babysitter's club books. I hope you read them. I feel like a person who would have read them My favorite cloudy out. But i'd love to know Which one you like the best. Thanks oh my god the baby sitters club defined my childhood. I wrote a letter to end. Martin she wrote back. I still have it in my nightstand at my parents house. I was obsessed the books this super specials. All of it always skip chapter two. You never need to read chapter two because it's always the same thing always repetitive. Always the background like we know why. Christie founded the club. So stacey was my favorite hands down hardcore i modeled my handwriting after hers. I still do my as like her. Still do by ease like her. I've adjusted my s.'s. Don't longer quite so sharp on the top and then like the circular on the bottom But yes i used to. Dot my is with hearts just like stacy stacy wanted to live in new york city and so did i. Stacy had diabetes. And i had crows disease and so we were destined to be soulmates Always always always loved stacey. I can now recognize that. I would say i am still a stacey with a christie rising. I am bossy. I do like to organize. Do like to be in charge. So i can recognize that i never related to claudia. She was such a creative free spirit. Which i'm not. I always thought marianne was like an a boring Push she had a boyfriend. Which was cool. I like that about her I liked don because she was blonde. And so was i But it used to really bother me that her mom was always like leaving her purse in the fridge and i was like. Why is don's mom's such as donor. And now i'm older and i'm like good fawns mom so yet and then obviously jesse was a dancer. Mallory i never related to and you know what. If you're like a mallory fan if you're a marianne don't come at me. These are my opinions. I respect yours. Truly love the entire. Bse i loved the net flicks reboot. I thought it was perfectly done. Season two is coming. I'm so excited. So yes stacy's my favorite boy crazy stacey. She was just so mature and so chic and she came to stony brook from the city and she was just destined to be a city girl. And i felt that i was too and so Stacey always and forever though really. I respect each of them and the way that they're also different but came together for a greater purpose which is babysitting in making kid kits. I love talking about the baby sitters club. Let's do an entire patriot episode with baby sitters club super fans and yes. I know all about the podcast about it. So great question. I love this martin. If you're listening we love you. We're forever indebted to thank you for giving us the bse great question to another ask. Allie in the bucks. Thank you so much for being here for this one. Thank you everyone who called in for questions. I always love hearing. What's on your mind. And i appreciate you taking the time to ask me a little something. So if you love this format let me know and remember. You can be a part of the next one. That number to call is nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. I would love to hear from you. Always fun to hear your voices again. It's nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. Write it down. 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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host. Alex feller and it is just us today for this edition of ask allie. This is where you get to call in. And ask whatever's on your mind. And i will do my best to give you my most honest answer. I am fresh off of a three day trip to new york city which was so nice so wonderful. These trips are always really quick and jam packed. And i always go into them thinking. I'm gonna get so much done. I'm to do so much. I'm going to see everyone i know and then in the blink of an eye it's over and i'm back on that amtrak headed north to boston It was a great trip though. I was in town for the new balance fifth avenue mile. Which was this past. Sunday was doing some video stuff for new york roadrunners and new balance. That video should be out sometime this week. So i'll be sure to share it. But i was basically the host for what will be the video recap of the day so i got to run the race in the morning. My heat was at eight fifteen. Am they kind of followed me around. Not while i was running. I was like you do not get to fill me running. I don't know how the pros do it. But they look good when they run. I look less good But they followed me around to the start. And then i did a little recap after of what it was like and then did a quick change in porta because that's life at the races and then i got to spend the entire day doing lots of fun interviews with cool people. A lot of people were very excited to hear that. Two of the people. I interviewed work zach clark and adams who are from the bachelorette but i've never watched that show so to me. They were just people who ran our race. But i also had the privilege of interviewing an f. d. n. y. Firefighter he ran the race. He ran a five thirty so fast. he was part of the nine eleven rescue efforts. Twenty years ago we were Featuring him and honoring him because of course the race was the day after the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven so it was really special getting to talk to him to such a cool guy so it was a busy trip. It was a fun trip. I will talk more about that on a patriotic episode. If you wanna make sure you get that episode in access to all of the extra bonus stuff on patriot on you can go to patriae on dot com slash ali on the run. There's lots of extras over there. And if you're looking for a way to support the show beyond listening which i so appreciate patriot is a great option again. It's patriae on dot com slash alley on the run all right before we get into these questions. Lots and lots and lots of russians have a really big backlog right now just so fun so if you don't hear your question on this one keep listening it'll probably make it into the next one or the one after that but before we do that. I like to start these episodes with a deep breath because then it ensures that i take one deep breath every other week so Join me won't you. Let's take a big cleansing and coming deep breath together and then we'll get into the good stuff good job now. If you wanna ask a question for the next edition of ask ali so love to hear from you. You can call the official alley on the run show voice mailbox. It is nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. That number is in the show notes. It's wherever you're listening to this episode and it's on my website again. Nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine.
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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"You know about how how you came across the the music for your show and how was composed and how you decided on it. And i think it's great. Thank you for doing a wonderful podcast by. Oh this makes me happy. I'm so glad that you enjoy the intro music So when i was getting ready to launch the show and i was putting everything together back in february of twenty seventeen which is when ultimately launched. I just searched royalty free music sites. Ruthie music and on a bunch of those sites have no idea which one i use. I just googled royalty free music and you could search by mood and i searched by happy because i knew that i want. I think i did. Happy and upbeat. Because that's how. I want people to feel when they listen to the show. And i just feel like the that just matches my mood and energy most of the time and I narrowed it down to a few. But this was the one that i liked the most and so i love that you love it. I'm glad you enjoy it My hope is that when you cue up these episodes and you hear it at the very beginning. If you're running it gets you gets a little pep in your step. I think that's the mood that it conveys and i hope you well. I'm glad you like it so yeah royalty free music site searched for happy upbeat and maybe energetic. Definitely happy and upbeat. And that's the whole story. It was not composed just for me. It might exist elsewhere. Maybe we'll hear it on a commercial someday and will all say welcome to the alley on the run show and then they'll be like this is a commercial for samsung. And that'll be confusing. But you know. Cross that bridge when we get to it. Maybe maybe there's a partnership opportunity in which case no offense samsung but in which case it'd be great if it were like an apple commercial maybe like a private jet commercial Just trying to think of my you know my needs in life. I need a computer a phone and a private jet. Just reasonable. A reasonable wishlist. So thanks for calling like it. Let me just put myself on pause here for a minute so i can tell you about our sponsor for the ask allie series and that is good. Here's a story. My parents just went on a trip a few weeks ago with their friends with their best friends from high school. Isn't that cute. They're all still friends. They went up to the finger lakes which i had to look up on a map and they do. They look like little fingers awesome before they left. My mom sends me a text. Can data and i borrow some sunglasses for the trip. Now mind you. I lived with my parents in their home for fifteen months. I am well aware of inventory. I know what they have and do not have and they have signed glasses. They have glasses of the reading and be sunshine variety in every room of their house. There are glasses in coffee mugs everywhere but they wanted my losses more specifically they wanted to raise my good or stash and i mean since i own more than twenty pair to date. I was happy to oblige. Also i lived with them for fifteen months. Imagine if i said no. You can't borrow sunglasses though. I will be honest. I knew they weren't reaching out to borrow them. I know that. I will not be getting these sunglasses back. So i brought a few pair over their house including one of my favorites bosley. Basset hound dreams which turns out my mom. Also love so later bosley. Basset hound dreams. I no longer own you. So my mom's sending me pictures from their trip and i noticed the glasses in the photos on their hikes. Kill so proud. My parents rockin good or shades at the finger lakes which by the way are in new york at one point. My mom texted me a photo from one of the wineries. Were at a photo of a bunch of good or sunglasses for sale at the counter. She has since brought this up multiple times. I think it's so cool. They were selling your sunglasses from your podcasts. At the winery we were at. I'm like we were on the phone at one point. Let's go more than a day without talking ahead. My mom puts her friend carmen on the phone. They were another winery. They had done a few tastings day and carmen's going alley. I want a pair of those sunglasses that your parents have. And i laugh and i'm like okay. What colors do you like so. She told me that she likes purple. And i look at my stash. And i've got three pair of purple gooders one of which are now on their way to carmen and her husband. Ron gets on the phone and he tells me that he stole the pair that i let my dad borrow. So now it's just like a whole thing all this to say that while yes. We love our or sunglasses for running and outdoor activity and i happily endorse them every single day. It seems they are also a great gift for parents. Who are going on tights and wine tastings just throwing that out there so you can go to gooder dot com slash on the run and use code on the run fifteen to get fifteen percent off your entire purchase stock up for yourself and know that someone you love and their friends from high school. Probably raise your stash eventually again. That's good or dot com slash on the run for fifteen percent off. What's your next question. Hi allie. My name is amanda from dubuque. Isla and i have a question. And but i i wanted to let you know that I think back in the fall you posted on instagram. Any a blog post about taking a trip to bar. Harbor bain and going to kenya national park and i was obsessed and had honestly never heard of that city in maine before so i planned a trip for my husband thirty summer and we visited bar harbor but a few days hiking around acadia and going to some of the restaurants in your so. Thank you for all of those recommendations in that post so i was wondering What other areas. In the new england region would you recommend disney Living in iowa we like to just try and check out other areas of the country so Just curious if you have any cool spa or cities or harks or anything that you recommend. Think so much okay. That is so cool that you went to acadia and that you use those recommendations. I always whenever. I write posts like that. It's usually for my own preservation. So i remember like what did we do. Where did we go. And i just i want that little time capsule so i love that you used it. That is so great so yes you should totally come back to new england since you did acadia. That's a great place to check off People will chime in. Because i'm gonna miss a bunch. But i'll just tell you some of my favorite places If you didn't stop in portland maine on your way. Portland is very very cute. Little seacoast town. I also love kennebunkport kennebunkport feeling. We grew up going there quite a bit I don't know why. But i remember being really obsessed with seeing George bush's house. Not because i cared about. George bush But their house is really cool and on the water and i was like obsessed with seeing the secret service Outside the gate and like not being able to get too close. I remember thinking that if we like walked by we were gonna get in trouble. And i have a constant fear of maybe getting in trouble and so i would always be really nervous but I don't know i don't know why i remember being in kennebunkport with my parents on multiple occasions but i always liked doing that. Very cute town My dad would bring us into the thomas. Kincaid art gallery and i thought that was like peak culture right there. I was like i am in art gallery where they delights and it makes the pictures look different. Oh my god like this is amazing. Forget the lose. I have found culture.
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"Would be heading into the school year And my daughter. She's she's going to be three so she's preschool. Age but I thought would be in a different place for this school. Year pandemic wise. I am feeling saddened and frustrated. That feels like not only. Are we taking steps back. But that everything is more divisive than ever and the news and everything happening in afghanistan and it's also sad and then it's just people pointing fingers and then on monday of this week we learned that i- gabe grunewald sister. Abigail anderson was.
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"I had gotten a better phase of doing that in an anti sleep went to s-h-i-t. Try not to swear on my own. Which is silly but her sleep has been really bad lately. And so i'm just yeah. I am functioning on less sleep. The normal it takes a really long time to go to bed and then she doesn't sleep through the night and then she's up early wanting to snuggle and then she'll fall back asleep but then you're kind of trapped in there and so every day is a little bit different but on the days that i am able to get out early yet. It's not enough sleep Going back to that blog post. The best tip is just do it. Like just know you're going to be a little tired. Resist the urge to hit snooze. Just get up and do it. Mental alarm goes off. Put your feet the ground like turn to the side of the bed. Put your feet on the ground. Step one step two is walk to the bathroom or wherever you're going and then just do it like just know your alarm when my alarm goes off my alarm goes off at four thirty every morning. I'm never I went there as i was. But i i am rarely like what do four thirty is a great time to wake up for thirties in the middle of the night for thirty. It's not a great time to wake up. But it's the time that works for me and i do enjoy at once. I'm out there. And so i say just. Do it set your alarm for a realistic time. Not a time where you have a buffer not where. It's like okay this. Let me hit snooze. Three times every study ever has proven that hitting snooze is not good for you. It's not productive. You don't fall back into good restful sleep. It's just delaying the inevitable. So alarm goes off. Set it for a reasonable time Reasonable meaning like if you know that all.
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"Kids are she's obsessed and so everyday she tells me if she wants to braids like ana or one braid lake elsa and yesterday she wanted me to have to braids like on us so i still have those two braids in my hair. So all that to say my hair is crossed. Hair finger. Toes cross them. All people fall marathons. Let's do this all right. Thanks for calling. Let's go to the next question. Hi alley this. Is amy from university for maryland. And this is libby from asheville north carolina and we are calling together today and he was actually disney and asheville just finishing up A wonderful all girls weekends in asheville we met while we were Both living in the dc area at a running group and Since that time ten plus years later have safetouch friend Through moving states and their marriages and kids and all those other wonderful. I think Status good friends and the common thread. All of that has definitely been running so Where you know very fortunate. Four very grateful for Running bringing us together and being coming alley Are together so we're curious alley if you could tell us a little bit more about one of your favorite running friendships and or maybe a relationship that was strengthened through running. And what is it about running. That Can attract and powerful and lifelong friendships. Things valley what we show things. La thanks so much for all your doing by by by okay. what. I love you too. abyan libby. Please photoshop me into all of your memories of your time together This is the best this warmed my heart and made me so happy. I love that you called together. I love that you're having a girls weekend. I'm ninety percent happy for you. Ten percent jealous probably more like the reverse of that. That i just love it. That's so awesome so this question could be an entire very long episode. Because actually i would say most of my friendships right now on my a lot of them are because of running and i know we talk about it a lot on the show of like. Why is it that running can lead to such special friendships and relationships. And they know that when veronica jackson and alex bernardi were on the show. They talked about before the olympic trials last year. The marathon trials..
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"Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host alli fowler. And it's just us today for this edition of ask. Allie which is where you get to call in. And ask whatever's on your mind and i'm here to give you my most honest answer but before we get into the qna portion of this episode. We have to do the thing. The deep breath thing. Every time we started these episodes. I like to lead us in a big group deep breath. I don't know it just feels nice. It ensures that. I'll take one deep breath every two weeks and a few weeks ago. I asked if any of you actually do the deep breath along with me and a lot of you sent me messages saying that you do so. Let's keep this going and if you've never joined in make today the day i swear it feels really good so in and out. Let's go. didn't that feel amazing. I feel amazing. All right so ask alley. Like i said this is where you get to call in and ask your questions. We tend to cover everything from running and podcasting and motherhood two puppies and peanut. Mlm's and snacks and peleton. I don't know we we cover it all. It's whatever you wanna know so if you want to ask a question from the next edition of ask ali and love to hear your voice and you can call the official alley on the run. Show voice mailbox.
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"And lots and lots and countless running clubs and teams that are always looking to work with people especially when it comes to philanthropy and there are loads of charities that have running outposts outposts. Where do i come up with. We're one of i ever said outposts. It's not even correct. Look at all the different charities that have that work with runners. You know far better than i do what that entails but places like team in training team challenge team for kids. Those are all based in new york city and so If that's an avenue that you wanna go those are those are. I don't know if i could say there for the taking. Because i don't know they're hiring status but I don't want you to feel discouraged. My guess is that you've looked into a few brands saw that they're not based in new york. I totally get how that can be discouraging. But i promise you. New york city is filled with opportunities. And if you don't see that opportunity. I think you should create one yourself Happy to chat about this. More off the podcast. If this didn't fully answer my thoughts on near question. But i think you're gonna do great things and super excited. I hope we get an update on this. Because i'm really excited for you. I think you're gonna love living in new york city central park. Oh you're gonna love it. I ali My name's lindsay. I live in the hills of the denver Metro area and i'm training for my first fifty k. Dirty thirty fifty k. So i've been listening to a lot of your episodes You just bring so much positivity and i love all the contents so never be ashamed of how much you put out because i love it One of the theories that i really enjoyed was Valentine's day was it. Love on the run So i was wondering if you could share your How you and brian met. And your love story Thanks i appreciated by hi lindsay..
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"What brand is looking for a philanthropic person. What about saying what brands do. I love and how can i contribute to what they're already doing. How can i elevate them. How can i help them. How can i use my skills and my talents to improve. What they're doing. i'm really. I think there's so much value especially in some of the smaller more Agile i guess. Brands i think of brands like attract smith like a was zell where they're willing to try a lot of stuff and experiment and really let their employees bring their talents and shine verses. A bigger brand. You know like a nike who has spots to fill and has thousands of employees. I think that what you know. And obviously i don't know you personally but it sounds to me like you could have a real impact on a growing brand doesn't have to be a startup. It can be a brand. That's been around for a while. i don't even know what constitutes a startup anymore. What's like the criteria. But i would start by looking at that and again. I don't know you might be someone who thrives in an in person environment by if we look at the landscape and the climate of a lot of companies and how they've shifted a lot of places are planning to stick with remote work in some capacity so instead of saying what brands are based in new york city. Just start with your list of dream brands. Make a list of ten to twenty brands that you would love to work for and then really drill it down. Look at what they're already doing. And think about your skills and how you could contribute to them and pitch yourself. I think it's going to be hard for you to say okay. Who's in new york city. Who's hiring who needs me versus. Here's how i can help you. And i'll even use myself as an example because i get emails all the time from amazing people who listen to this show and say hey ali..
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"I mean gosh. You're in d. c. Which is also an amazing city and one of my favorite cities. It's so easy to get back. I mean whether you do the drive where you hop on the amtrak like you can be there for a weekend. It doesn't have to be you know you're not there's no time change. There's no hemisphere change like it's easy so i think that's part of it too. Is that knowing. That new york city will always be there and that i will always be able to visit and that i have a million reasons to visit. There are of course. I mean i have so many of my people. They're my friends. But i also have a lot of professional reasons. Be back so I've already been back for two of those. I was back for work stuff twice in the past three months. And i'll be back again probably at least twice this fall and so i think knowing that i'll always be able to go there. That really puts me at ease indo. You know it's always going to be a wonderful place to visit. New york will continue changing and evolving. And i will love getting to go back and see where it's at and i think central park is going to be a constant in my life and probably yours no matter how long were away from it. We will always know every turn and curve on the main drive in central park. We will always know every bathroom and when it opens and closes in which direction the toilet paper is pulled in all those things. It's always new york city always a huge piece of my heart. And we'll feel. I'll i'll always refer to it as home in certain instances where brian and i..
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"They take their little girls and they were like. Are you gonna come to fund night at the track and i was like hell. Yes i am. I have dreamed about the day that anne would run her first kids race and i had no expectations high hopes low expectations and i was like this could go one or two ways. She's either going to be the kid that sits down on the track and cries and doesn't want to do it or she's gonna love it and she loved it and i loved it. I sobbed she. Just she ran so proud like with her head held high. And when this proud little smile on her face and it was just to see her and it didn't have to be running. It could have been anything. Obviously it's special to me because it's running but that doesn't even matter to see her so happy and proud and just loving it was. Oh my god. It was one of my greatest joys as a parent. It was so fun for everyone. Abby ran like eight of the races. she's gonna pass out at one point tyler and the races little cousins i. It was just. It was family and fun and running and then we got ice cream. It was like all my favorite things together so yes super special trip. Most days we would in the morning to the beach in the afternoon. You know any would take her nap in the middle of the day. That's when i would get some work done in the hotel room and then we'd go back out to the pool and then we walk the boardwalk. We'd get dinner get snacks Get ice cream most nights and then call it a night. We didn't do anything too. Crazy but Those were certainly the highlights for me. I love ocean. City core brothers custard. I get chocolate in a cone. With chocolate sprinkles mandate that every single day. So good so yeah. Ocean city definitely has a special place in my heart..
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"Honey she's my mom's mom. She is ninety seven. Both my grandmothers are ninety seven. But my dad's mom lives in florida so we got to see honey and hug her. Got to see anne and it was just wonderful. So yes we were in pennsylvania for the first two and a half days and then brian and ellie came back up to new hampshire l. e. the poor poppy She awhile ago. The version is that she we think has a tornado and so he came back up to he needed to get a lot of work done and so he came up to do that but also to take her to the vet and get her checked out because she was limping really bad. And so were navigating that and figuring out if she'll have surgery and i'm so send ellie all your love She still happy as ever in mon admit that she's hurting but obviously we can see that she's limping and compensating a bit on our back legs so so from there bryan took my parents car and my parents came in my car and so me and my mom and dad and anne continued on south and drove to ocean city. We grew up going to ocean city quite a bit Since my family's from pennsylvania it's you know close ish to there was just under two hours and my aunt lives at. My mom's older sister lives in ocean city and so does her son and his wife and their daughters and so it was really. We got more family time We are fortunate that they happen to own one of the hotels on the boardwalk so We got to stay there at a discounted rate. Be saying that. Yeah family's fine So we stayed right on the boardwalk which is wonderful and it was just so special getting to show any all the things that i grew up loving in ocean city And again. I'm not a great person to ask for like out of the box recommendations. We really stick to all of the boardwalk stuff. We don't venture too far from the boardwalk especially with the kids it was just easier So it was. My parents had their room. And i were in a room. And then my brother and his wife and their two kids tyler and abby they were in a room and so you got lots of family time. Anne loves the water which we have always known really got to see on this trip. She loved the beach. she loved the sand. She loved the pool. Oh my god did. She love the pool. We had so much fun. Splashing around the pool. i love running on the boardwalk and so in the mornings anne would have breakfast with my parents and i would just do like a super short little run so i wasn't gone too long. I didn't wanna ask for too much. Help them for two too many favors because it was their vacation to so they would all have breakfast..
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"There's too many like reunions and reboots these days. I'm so over. i didn't even watch saved. By the bell reboot and saved by the bout defined my childhood. I just can't get into them though. i did. Watch the nine zero two one. Oh one that they did remember. Was that last year. Was that during the pandemic. i don't remember. It was only one season and i was sad. It didn't get renewed. Because i got pretty into it anyway in the heights i love love. Love loved it. I thought it was great. I listened to the soundtrack every single time. I ran on my vacation. That was all. I listen to it. I loved it. It was joyful. I sobbed i laughed. I danced along with them. So hopefully you caught in the heights. I know i believe it went off. Hbo max just this past week. I don't know if it's still in theaters. I'm not being very resourceful but You are smart. You can google it and when i told my friend aaron strout that i was watching scandal right now and suggested to her that i would probably need a pallet cleanser once. I finish the next season because it's really. It is a lot of murder to take in like. I'm unwinding at night with a lot of murder and i don't know if i would say that. That's a good way to unwind. So she was like allie. You need to watch ted lasso. And i know this is nothing. New and people are obsessed with it but She was like horrified. That i haven't watched it yet. Since i love shits creek so much and she says that i will love it so i will be watching ted lasso next if you watched it. Can you watch. Give me all the spoilers..
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"Call have a great day sprint to the finish related questions today. That's so fun i'm maria. Thank you for calling now in an ideal world. I would have brought in a guest co host for this portion someone else to ask me the sprint to the finish questions and i would answer them but i just let brian go back downstairs. So i will fly solo for this one because l. e. r. dog. I don't think that she could pull this off asking the questions though. She's like so smart maybe she could so Okay what would your last meal on. Earth be warm bread with butter and a little bit of sea. Salt really good steak lobster. Chocolate lava cake with vanilla. ice cream. Favorite movie i have five in order. they are stage. The greatest showman mama mia here. We go again crazy rich asians and pitch perfect favourite. Tv show shits creek. Who was your childhood celebrity crash. Jonathan taylor thomas where did you have your first real kiss in the woods behind the high school which was also across the street from the house. We were living in at the time with nate simon in the woods our friends like set it up and planned it and we're all watching and it was a very awkward and that night was the move up day dance and it was just like a lot of emotions for one day and yesterday i was out for a run and i saw his parents out walking. I was like hi. Mr mrs simon. How are you if you could go for a run with anyone who would it be I'm going to pick two people and it would probably be my two grandfathers They weren't runners But they both passed away. When i was pretty young. I was in fifth grade. When my dad's dad passed away and seventh grade. When my mom's dad passed away. And i just wish i knew them better and especially now having a child of my own and just loving that she's so close with my parents and Yeah i would love that. that'd be really fun. If you hosted a running podcast who would be your dream interview. Michelle obama selene dion katie couric when you were little. What did you wanna be when you grew up a purple flying horse. And then yeah. I cycled through all the usual ones marine biologists. Because i thought it just might you to play with dolphins but then pretty early on. I wanted magazine journalists but before that flying purple horse and marine biologist. All time favorite book. The little engine that could if you could live anywhere for a year where would it be. How about if. I just traveled the world for a year. That would be really cool. I would love a private jet to just fly me and my family around the world for a year. I already answered. If i could race one distance for the rest of my life. And i'm sticking with the five k. Favorite ice cream flavor. I like a mix. I like one scoop of mint chocolate chip in scope of moose tracks. Though i will say i stopped eating ice cream for a while because it really bothers my stomach like if i eat it. I know i'm not sleeping that night my stomach's going to be a mess but it's summertime and so i've had a little bit of ice cream and i don't really enjoy it. I have super-sensitive bottom teeth. And i just i think ice cream might be too cold controversial hot. Take i think ice creams cold. What was your first. Aol or am screen name. I'm glad you asked. It was alesia. Seven three oh four. Alesia was my name in spanish class. And i wanted seven because i convinced myself. That seven was my favorite number now. Seven not my favorite number. Six is my favorite number. But emily miller's favorite number was seven and she was cool and popular and so it was the cool popular thing if your favorite number was seven. So i tried to get seven also because at the time the internet was dangerous. Scary place in your told to never put your name on the internet. So alexia seven. That was taken. So i got alycia seven three or four and then eventually i was alley cat five six eight five because my parents call me alley cat and five six eight. Fives my if you could take a class in anything. What would it be. I have three. I would love to take a cooking class because a kind of suck at it I can follow recipes perfectly fine. I'm just not good at the lake. I can't just look at a bunch of items and say i'll make this. I'm like i'll make takeout so cooking would be number one. I would love to take a pottery class in so we had a ceramics unit in art. When i was in high school. I wanna say it was like maybe ninth grade and the teacher was really clear that you had to hollow out the bottom of whatever you making or the kiln would explode and i didn't hollow out the bottom of my thing and the kiln exploded and i think i thought it was funny like that's pretty messed up because it probably was expensive damage. I didn't do it on. i don't think i did it on purpose. Maybe i was just spacey anyway. I'd like to try again. I'd like to have another go. I don't think i'm welcome back in the art classroom at hopkinton middle high school. But i'd like to take some kind of ceramics pottery class. So i could make some sweet holiday gifts for all my family and friends and i really liked to take a flower arranging class if i buy like a loose bouquet of flowers right so not a flower arrangement already in the vase. If i just buy flowers. I stick them in the vase. And why do they look terrible and one of my coworkers at dance spirit. He used to be a florist and so when anyone it was like a total woman dominated office and so i mean gosh. Valentine's day they're chaos flowers teddy bears everywhere so whenever someone would get flowers delivered he would just like come over and be like just let me do it and he would try to help. I want to learn. And he's he would teach me that like you have to put effingham talking really fast excited about this. It's the sprint to the finish. But he was like you have to put them in so that they criss cross and keep just like crisscrossing. The stems and i try that. Method doesn't work so gene. If you're listening. I still need help. Finally the last thing that i need from you is to please give everyone listening. A reason to go for a run at my reason is always going to be because you can if you can you can so you should and enjoy those fun. Oh i'm like sweating. That's what i put people through us. Brutal thanks for calling maria alley. My name is khloe. And i am from michigan. I wanted to get your opinion on something. I've been dealing with for the past few months. I'm wondering if you consider that. I'm kind of putting my events out for twenty twenty two already. I've got a triathlon tough mudder. Half-marathon perfectly spaced out plans for next year. So that i can avoid overtraining avoiding exhaustion all that but then of course i see at least three more events that i want to do. We three more funds and eighty full and obvious. That was real venture my in my current. That plan and i would definitely be pretty tired by the end of the year. And i'm thinking it's because twenty twenty was such a wash race wise and everything got canceled. And i'm just trying to play catch up over the next year because i'm also a wedding photographer. And twenty twenty one has my weekend pretty booked up as well with everybody moving their wedding to this year. So my wedding pretty booked up my. We said they're pretty Booked up this year as well so my question for you is how long You know how. How have you been in to impulsively registered for everything that all and you know. How are you resisting impulsively. Registering for everything. Because i know my body would struggle with all the training. And i know my bank account definitely could not handle all of the traveling i would need to do.
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"This episode of the alley on the run show is brought to you by gooder. Go to good or dot com slash on the run and use code on the run. Fifteen to get fifteen percent off your entire order. Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host alley taller. And it's just us today for this edition of ask. Allie this is where you get to call in. And ask whatever's on your mind and i'll answer but before we get to the a portion of this episode. We have to do the thing if you're new to the galley series. Hi welcome happy. You're here we start these episodes by taking a deep breath because it's friday and work here and lyft is good. Hopefully and depressed sir allegedly good so even if we only take one every other week. Let's do it deep breath in and out together..
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"You so much for calling in for the kind words. Hi allie. this is chrissie from nasa -chusetts I'm a newer runner and I was introduced your show by my sister who has been running for a long time And the other day. I was asking her about running in the change of season so being from massachusetts and actually work in concord. New answer The change in weather happened pretty quickly. And i'm just wondering if you have any tips or advice on you know running in the heat It seems to me. That changes like my pace. And it's more difficult than having a hard time Keeping my list and I'm just wondering if you have any just surveys things so much chrissy wherein concord you work. you know that. I live like four minutes from concord right. That is the town next to my town. So can we coordinate a friendship here. We've got to make this happen. And yes so. I feel you. Everyone welcome to new england where we go from winter to one week of mud. Season to summer We went from forty degrees to a brisk ninety pretty much overnight and that's just how it is. Also my allergies are so bad right. Now that i'm i'm just a mess and i'm sure many of you are right there with me so as for running in the heat of course prefaces as i preface so many questions which is just to say. This is my opinion based on my personal experience. I am not a certified running coach certainly not a doctor so just disclaimer disclaimer disclaimer. I i think when it comes to heat. Don't push yourself He can get dangerous really quickly. And you don't want to deal with heat stroke overheating. Hydration is obviously a big part of it. So as fueling recovery is really gonna come into play here. Make sure that you're hydrating after your run. You're eating something right after your run that you're cooling down I know it sounds silly to say do a warm up But really start that run. Easy like a shuffle or a walk ease into it. Adjust your pace accordingly and just run by feel instead of trying to hit certain cases when it's really hot out. I never trying to hit certain cases these days but run by feel and run by effort. And don't look at your watch or your app or whatever you use just know that being out there is good enough and i just. I don't think there's any benefit to being a hero when it comes to the heat right like no one cares. And there's no prize for being the hottest on the run meaning like temperature-wise. I'm sure there are prizes for being the hottest on the run That would be. That's a fun. Price could nominate some people for that I'm just picturing david beckham in my head but it's fine Exac ephron should i keep going on this tangent because that could be fun. You have to take care of yourself. No one else is going to take care of you. You have to keep yourself cool adjusts accordingly. Maybe you're running earlier in the morning or later in the day if you can't adjust the time that you're running can you pick a route shaded Do you have access to a treadmill. Is there even another type of exercise for that day. And these aren't excuses. And i'm not offering. I'm not saying oh you should cop out bobble by like there's nothing weak about choosing not to run on a ninety degree. Sunny humid day in new hampshire. Those as our gross. They're not fun. So don't try to power through. Take care of yourself. Because i also know that he wipes me out and not just meaning like oh. That run was a little harder than usual. Like i'm knocked out for the day. And i have a hard time recovering from that and so Like i said earlier. Play the long game and think oh. This might be doable now. But how am. I gonna feel leader. Do i have children to take care of. Do i have worked responsibilities. Do i need to. I don't know all the things that we all need to do. Every day So just kind of weigh the pros and cons Slowdown hydrate seek shade. Take care of yourself and go to the grocery store when you're done and just stick your head in the freezer section protests firm alley on the run at your service and with that brilliant advice. I think this is a great place for us to wrap this one of thank you so much to everyone who called in for this edition of ask allie. I really do enjoy these episodes. It seems like you do too because the you know i can see the numbers and i hear the feedback and so it seems like you like them and that makes me really happy because it's a lot of me talking and i know that that's not for everyone. So thank you so much for being here. Thank you to everyone who called to everyone who listened to everyone who has taken the time to leave a rating and review on itunes or apple. 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