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Explosion at luxury Havana hotel kills 22, injures dozens

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Explosion at luxury Havana hotel kills 22, injures dozens

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"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

05:30 min | Last month

"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"He's like, oh yeah, I guess I'll watch some videos, but I really like, do you want to meet up? Yeah, yeah. My mom made Kool-Aid. Okay. Wait, hold on, hold on. I feel like I should know this because I literally work for Pornhub. But what is the difference between a subscriber and a friend? Okay, what's interesting, I think, is that subscribers. So if your Friends with some, I don't know on this particular step on you. You have to accept yeah, Friends is a little bit more like, I think you're connected and you can chat with each other or some shit like that. I don't know about pork up, but I'm just imagining and versus sub is like, if you're making something and you put a video out or whatever. You go this guy must be making something. Oh. This guy's in the game. He's in the game. He's that explains his hate. Because he left the right mean comment here. Okay. Not mean. Not necessarily. Okay, he said. James Dean is so goddamn skinny. I mean, he has that look like Ted Bundy and acts like him, but I mean, he's like a buck 50. That was like me on food stamps. You know why I can tell this guy's a millennial because he dropped Ted Bundy. Ted Bundy is so hot with millennials. He is. Ted hunt bunny really trending right now. Right. How much more millennial can it get? Damn. Oh, but you know what I noticed about Pornhub comments? They're nicer than YouTube comments. YouTube comments. What are you talking about? You literally just read like no, no. No, no, no. Have you seen YouTube comment? YouTube comments are like, die, you Asian small dick, piece of shit. Fucking, I fucked your mom, family, whatever. This is like a critique. I feel that. James Dean, I want to work out more. I try that. I tried to make this happen as a bit. And I feel like a lot of comedians have bits where it's like, they talk about the comments and stuff like that. I can't remember who one person one comic has a really good one, but I was trying to make one where it's like Pornhub comments are weirdly the most the nicest that guys will be on the Internet. Because usually it's like die fat slut. But if you're watching a porno and the girl is like a big girl, you're like, damn, I love big girls, you know? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, you're there. You're there to do it. If you don't want it, then you're not gonna watch it. You're not gonna watch it out here. Yes, you search for this. And you know, I saw a tweet the other day from Andy Richter, that said, don't tell me how to tweet, just unfollow. And I love that. It's like, if you don't like what I'm putting out, then don't watch me, right? Pornhub, the subscribers, they follow that rule. It's like, there's no need for me to go on a site and hate on furries. There's no need for me to do that. No. I'm just gonna go to my mill section, where I belong. But also, maybe it's more a testament to saying, on Pornhub, you really do only go the places you want to go to. That's gonna give you a boner. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Like whereas YouTube, I go a lot of places I don't want to go on each other. Yeah, to show you weird things. What the fuck is this? Yeah. And if you hate on something on Pornhub, you're fucking squad is going to help you. You know, your squad is going to protect you. You know what I'm saying? I don't like Assai kiri. Then all your fans are gonna be like, yo, fuck you, buddy. You know what I'm saying? Show her respects. Also, on Pornhub, I feel like the second you hit something that you don't like, you're like mixing real quick. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. You're not gonna like, well, let's see how this plays out. It was 15 minutes of my life. I think it's 'cause people are not in a bad mood when they're watching porn. They literally have boners. Their boners are like, there's no euphoria. They're so happy. They're just happy to be there. That's why that's interesting. We need to adopt this porn hub culture into Twitter, because there's a lot of hate on social media. Some more boners on Twitter. On Twitter. There is one comment that I really liked that I want to read. And this is a different video. The video is called perv city, acts like you're at Brooklyn Lee and London keys, oral overdose. 4 million views. Goddamn. 80%. I love both those girls. Right. Same. This guy named Zayn's zany xan, 21 subscribers three Friends, 589 videos. He said, I love how honestly he's like, do you know how do you know just how high your social status would have to be to get three chicks to do this to you? Not being a porn star, you would literally have to be either Drake or Justin Bieber. First of all, this guy, Drake fan. Shouts, shouts to Drake. You know, actually, you know, you talk about this. You make fantasies. And this is like a fantasy and this whole thing is a fantasy. And I think in some weird way, I could see it was like one dude in like three tricks. Either you are Drake or actually, it's like the opposite and you just happen to run into a circle like this. You know what I'm saying? Say that again. Important in life. Girls will fuck one dude. I don't know. I feel like you don't necessarily have to be, it's just sort of like how in real life you don't have to be a hot, rich, tall guy in order to get a date. That's sort of like almost like a stereotype. Sure. In real life, you can just be kind of a regular person and if you're funny, I think that's everything that goes on here. I think it's everything. Really? Yeah. You've not everybody thinks like that, I feel like. Yeah, we don't got three checks. I think. First of all, would you even want three? No. Not at all..

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"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

04:56 min | Last month

"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Be like, I'd like to see the manager. I mean, I just paid $20 to get in here, and this bitch because river dancing. It's probably the least sexy dance. That's probably why they're doing it. I love that. I love that you a show saw the rarity with these women, but also subtly roasted Irish culture. Yo, your dancing sucks. Connor. That's right. Yeah, but yeah, so but you know, you've decided to have a kid. What is it about? I guess because in America, you can kind of do for sure. And also I'm like basically freelance, right? So I do feel really lucky. I work from work from home. My husband works from home, so this feels very doable for us to have a kid without help, blah, blah, blah. But I will say, while I was pregnant, I was so fucking exhausted all the time. I was like, I can not believe that women have to go to work like this. Yeah. I couldn't believe I was thinking if I had a 9 to 5, I would have to quit. That's how sick and tired I was. For some of it. And then after having a baby, in the states, like you get like three months of maternity leave, which is totally not enough. Your body's literally recovering still. And you're being depleted of all these nutrients because your breastfeeding and all this stuff. It's crazy. So yeah, I can see why I can see why a lot of people do feel like you have to pick one or the other. I think that's like a real thing. And maybe that's sexist or whatever, but I can see as someone who just went through it, I can see why I would have felt like that too. I wonder why it's not like a thing in America. In America, I would argue that a city like New York is probably just as busy as I say or Tokyo in terms of people take their careers very seriously, right? But in America, there's this theory of nannies, right? Like my boss series but theoretically there aren't any. But there's no, it's not a thing to get nannies in Japan. None of my cousins had nannies. The mom quits the job and takes the mom. It's not like you just can't get a Jamaican person to take care of your kid. That's not a thing. But in New York, that's like very much a thing. Get a Chinese nanny. Teach them Chinese. Whatever, right? You know what? That's really interesting because just now after hearing you say that, like I'm I've had this hang up about nannies and I'm like, my husband keeps saying, we need to get help. We need to help because there are times when we both need to work at home. Sure, right. And I'm like, it's kind of like, I've never had a house cleaner. Right. So it feels like. Because I'm like, oh, that just feels gross. What am I gonna do? Sit there while someone cleans my house for me? No. I feel the same way about an Annie. I'm like, what am I gonna do? Now you're gonna go to work. You know what? Well, someone watches my kid, that's crazy. But now that you say it like that, I'm like, oh, wait. It's kind of like, I think it's a good place to think the way I was feeling. But you just discovered something about yourself that this is a mad Asian move. Yeah. That you don't hire other people. I mean, in the old country, of course, we had like service. But a lot of times, you know, it's on you. Yeah. And I think about it. You know, we didn't have babysitters and shit. And if I grew up in the 80s, when a babysitter was like a dollar an hour. Do you know what I'm doing? Now it's like, you gotta have a nanny. And they make good money. Wait, why do we feel like things like that? Because I think that it's expected that you, our mother, you, or whatever, your family unit takes care of itself. You know what I'm saying? We had a lot of my uncles and some of that too. It just didn't cross our minds to have this thing have someone else take care of you. But in this article, it seems like at least these two cultures like Asian American culture, but in Asia. It's expected for the woman to take a lot of that burden, right? Absolutely. You have to do, you have to take him to school, you got to make these cute little bento boxes, all that is expected. And so the thought of a name doesn't even make any sense. But here, and again, I'm not saying it's right or wrong, but I think people still value women working. But not, I wouldn't say we're not very equal. But for sure. For sure. If you had a nanny and you went back to your job at KPMG, nobody's gonna judge you for that. But if you did that shit in Japan. What a bad mom. Yes. But why does that make you a bad mom? That's the question, right? Yeah. No, totally. See? So we realize now that shit came from our parents, even if they were like, you know, more liberal parents or whatever. You know, we learned, we learn how to raise our kids from our parents. That's the only literally the only way we learn. So if it is just that though, because there's a lot of shit I feel guilty about that I see like my white peers not feeling guilty. I feel bad about using the air conditioning.

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"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

05:47 min | Last month

"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"That I met in my life that's like everything he does is funny. He picks up his phone and that's funny, you know? He has it. Is it because his pants are down? He's wearing a diaper at the time. He was just like a hilarious person. And I had never come across that. You know, I was 17. I mean, what made you want to work there? 'cause to me, I couldn't work out in high school, but all of my Friends worked at ice cream shops and the mall American Eagle, what prompted you to be like comedy club and Times Square? I think I just went on Craigslist and was willing to take pretty much any job. At that point, and also it's in New York. So I think we don't really have like, we didn't have an American Eagle or a mall. That is like a normal job for a high schooler in New York. New York job. Did you ever want to do comedy? No. Really? You hate a comedy. I love comedy and laughing is my favorite thing in the world. And I will find something funny in anything. However, stand up comedy to me is the scariest thing in the world. I would never want that kind of oh my God, just thinking about it makes my feet and my hands sweat. Why? What if people don't laugh? It happens all the time, yeah. But don't you, but nothing. Isn't that a thing that anybody in any career will experience is a bomb? A metaphorical bomb. Sure, but like, okay, if someone doesn't like my vagina lips, let's just say. It's like whatever. I'm not for everyone, you know, that's what makes the world go round, so people like meaty lips, some people like innies, like whatever. Who cares? I can get over it. So relatable. Comedies, your mind. That's your personality. Oh. But I think we do approach it like what you just said. Like if I'd be like, you don't like my vagina. You don't like my lips. My thin Japanese lip. That's fine. That's fine. I think that honestly, like, comedy is just like that. You go in there and you say, okay, well, here's my jokes, and if you don't like them, I don't take it. I take it as like, you don't like you don't like the wording. I always think about that. I was like, oh, you don't like the wording. It's not so much like, I don't like you as a person. You know what I'm saying? I think there's a barrier for comedians. It is personal, but I'm performing. I'm performing an extreme version of me. And if you don't like that, that's like, you don't like the extreme version of me, which is fine. Oh, that would hurt my feelings so much. You know what? There's this thing you can do in comedy. I don't think you can do another industries and I'd love to hear a point of view on this. In comedy, sometimes if they don't like you, if you're good, you can get them to love you by the end. And that feels so fucking good. Yeah. That's kind of, I don't know if there's a point in it. It's kind of like, if a girl's like, I'm not into Asian guys, and you have sex, and she's like, I love Asian guys now. Comedy, you have the power to change somebody's mind. And by the end, they're just like on the floor laughing. That's the best, that's the best. That is one of the most difficult things to do, but you can't do it. I think I can relate to that on a dating level. I don't think there's an equivalent in porn. By the way, can I just go back for one second and you guys were saying two Asian comedians makes it an Asian show? Same thing with porn. You can't have two Asian girls in a movie because that's an Asian movie. You're just thinking about that. I want to get too many things that are so similar with porn and comment. And I'm not even talking about this whole time. We've been doing mad research for you. And honestly, the more I was not that kind of research. I clicked on Google news. News. News. We didn't click on videos. Tons. Yeah, a lot of bi articles. Yeah. Yeah, you've been on tons of podcasts and stuff. And I guess that's one other thing we can get into too is that is there like a larger plan you're trying to do when you go out and you do different things. You're on our show. Is there something you envision that you want to kind of be or become? Now yeah. I wouldn't say, but it's not like one definitive thing. And it's kind of day by day. Sure. And it's like ever evolving. When I first got into porn, I was like, I'm just going to get I wanted to do porn. I wanted to get it out of my system, so I wouldn't regret later in life that I didn't get to do it when I could, blah, blah, blah. So I was like, I'm just going to do it for a couple of years and get it out of my system. But and then I just really enjoyed it so I didn't leave after two years. And then I was like, you know what? I'm just having fun with my life. I'm going to do this for everyone should be able to do what they want to do kind of thing. And now I do feel like there is a bigger picture. I do kind of feel like, well, now I would like to normalize sex more, especially for Asian people. For sure. Because I grew up in a household that most Asian people, I guess, is female sexuality not really appreciated. It doesn't exist. It doesn't exist. Oh my God. Even now, I'll watch a movie with my parents and when people kiss, I'm like, I don't know where to look. Yes, I'm with you, man. I remember going to see a gun in 60 seconds with Nicolas Cage with my dad. That's like PG-13, maybe there's a scene where she like straddles him in the car, which my favorite position. But I was away, mom. Yeah. Right, but also my dad and my dad would just, every time there's a sex scene on, he would pretend to be sleeping. And so he would just like sleep. And he would wake up when they're fighting again. How there's like goats that, if they're get attacked, they just lie down. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Oh no. Vaginas. This is also why I think it's nice to have phones because sometimes when there's something weird happening..

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"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:25 min | Last month

"ana" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Ass Akira. Thanks for having me guys. Thank you for coming to the show. Can I just say one thing? Yes. I don't call myself the anal queen. I consider myself an anal queen, but not the anal. What's the difference? I mean, there's so many of us, and there are girls who can put way more in their butt than I can. Is that how you so I feel quantity wise exactly. I see. Is there the anal coin? Yeah, who's the one? Or is that one of those things where it's like a metaphysical ideal? I mean, I guess it's in the eye of the beholder, but I would say, I mean, I would say like maybe Adriana chick or Phoenix Marie. Phoenix Marie dude. Remember her? She's so active. No, she's retired. Yeah. Shouts. Help us along with you gone without your phone. I mean, it's funny 'cause you have two phones, you have a phone out. I have three phones on me right now. What? And what you were saying, how we're always a little bit thinking about our phones, literally when you said that, I was thinking about my phone a little bit. Which one? The main, the main one. The main one. But yeah, I can not remember three days without Internet. I can not fathom that. And you were talking about talking about time travel. Like, how do you even have a discussion about time travel without Google? Well, that's why we kept saying I wouldn't trust anyone. See, that's interesting because the whole argument was like, someone would try to argue something and they're like, well, we gotta look this up. I can't do it right now with me. But we can't look it up, so it was a lot of just strong opinions. Yeah. And that was really interesting because it's like, when was the last time you had an argument that was just so not researched? Just dawn on clout. Yes. And rhetoric. And you have no build to look it up, you know? And I think that's what kind of cause some of the tension. Because they hand it up. Do they go on and look it up? I wouldn't trust anyone without Google. That's interesting. So when you go hiking, you don't trust anybody. Don't trust anyone. Because that's kind of like, you can't really go on a detox because you kind of built a brand around that now, right? What do you have three phones for? I have, I have one for my regular. And then I have one for my public SnapChat because it's been banned on this phone. What? And then I have a third for my private SnapChat, which is like a subscription thing that I do. I link to phone numbers. Is that why you have to have? I don't know. Honestly, I'm not tech savvy enough to know. All I know is that. I love that you just kept buying phones. I know, this.

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Ana Navarro: Senate Republicans Will Feel Bad Not Confirming KBJ

Mark Levin

01:05 min | Last month

Ana Navarro: Senate Republicans Will Feel Bad Not Confirming KBJ

"And what about the facts What about the facts of her Of her soft on pervert decisions Do the right thing vote for that No I don't think so Go ahead We feel bad that we're voting against her They feel bad because they know she's going to be not bad enough Well they feel bad because she's going to have the 50 votes She's going to be the justice And they are going to have missed the historical moment of voting for the first historical moment What about what Janice Rogers Brown we didn't miss a historical moment there And I may I call you Anna Go ahead And they're going to go down in history as having been against the first They're going to go down in history as having been against somebody who is extremely radical Who's not only soft on crime was soft on child pornographers Hello Child pornographers May I say it again She was soft on child pornographers

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"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

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"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

08:13 min | 3 months ago

"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"What would be your last meal? For my last meal, I would like it to be a sort of this is your life meal, you know? That I could return to some dishes that were you know how different times of your life you just do one dish a lot and then maybe you're sick of it and you don't do it again, but then if you were to have it again, it reminds you of this era and so here's what I'm gonna do. Is this okay? It's a few things. Yes. Okay, okay. So for my childhood, I'm gonna have so I grew up on this sheep farm. And my parents, they spent a little time on this Greek island when they were young, hippies. Then they carried the kind of romance for this Greek island with them, I think, in my childhood. So my mom, she would make like a marinated lamb chops. It was all about just marinate them like crazy with the family marinade. And then broil them really fast on both sides. And also, I think she would make these Greek potatoes. They had lemon and garlic. And so I associate that with this sort of special family meal that we would have. If people came over for dinner, it was always like, we're gonna have lamb. So I'm gonna have that. And then so my husband, my life partner, he is a farmer of vegetables. And there's a couple of kind of vegetable dishes that I associate with him in different times of her life. And so I'll get his vegetables and I make like a kale salad. You massage the kale with the salt in the oil and then maybe it's feta and lemon and maybe some toasted seeds. And they're all like finely ribboned ribboned up. And what else was I think, oh yeah, okay, so Hades town. I worked on Haiti San for so long and I spent a lot of time with Rachel Chad in the director and our music director Liam Robinson and there was a whole era where we were working on the show out of town. And so we would be put up in these little flats. And a lot of times I late at night, we come back to the flat, someone's flat, and we would fry some halloumi cheese. Like we all got into halloumi at the same time. And now if I taste the halloumi cheese, I picture this really joyful time of in the trenches with those guys working on that show, which is really like a third of my creative life was like working on that show. So I have the halloumi. I don't have a meaningful dessert really. So I might just have like a chocolate mousse. You know, this is the thing that I always like don't let myself have it so I would have it. Wow, I really like that there's a kind of dickensian. Let's go back and revisit the ghosts of meals past. Yeah. It's like Proust. It's like the Madeleine and the tea. That's way better analogy. I love that because it does it. It lights up those parts of our life. So it really just becomes the illustration of memory in such an immediate way. And food can do that. And actually I guess the sense of smell really does that in a way that you know you smell like a product like a perfume that your boyfriend wore when you're like 14 or something and it's just like a complete body slam of memory. And music is that way too active. It does that too. I couldn't agree more. But what if I listen to Elliott Smith? It's so painful and it is so beautiful. I was in the studio with him while he was recording exo and when he was layering these vocals and it was so funny, like watching somebody build something, which is still standing. Now he's gone. It's incredible. It's like experiencing the strongest moments of him is so interesting how there is music. It hits you on every single level and kind of takes your breath away. It's so physiological. You really feel it in your body. And I'm a kind of person. I get obsessed with one song. Most like I can't breathe, like I need it. You know? Like you get in the car and it's like, quick, get it on. Get another stereo. I need it. And just listen again and again and again. To one song or one album, one artist at a time. And then if I hear that song it takes me back. Yeah. It's feeling, right? It's having permission to feel again. Poor sweet humans. We can't Marshall all of that stuff that there is to synthesize and feel in this life. And I think music is a way of doing that as is food as is love, I suppose. Yeah. Music is very calming for me. I find if I'm at home and you know the boredom of children of small children, yes, my children, they're just like, they want to read the same board book. A million times. And if I have music on, I don't mind, you know? If you're cooking something, they go together. If you're cooking something, you smell that thing cooking out of the kitchen and you've got the music on. Everything is okay. You can sort of be cool. Yeah, it's absolutely true. It's certainly with the children thing. It gives you a place to sit on that is above the grinding repetition of small children, which is obviously how they're learning. They need to repeat all that stuff, but it does make you go insane. But listening to Paul records. And I said, I love doing that. My son's just started doing that and going, you know, because these children, they've just been indoctrinated with a single, or like a song. To playing him albums, he came running in the other day. He just listened to inner visions. And he was like, mom, it's connected. The whole thing is connected. And I was like, doing something else, I said, what do you mean? He's like, the songs that's connected. Like if you listen to them, one after the other. My sweet friend, his born into the world of infinite shuffle. Like there's no connectivity. It was so brilliant, his little face when he saw that music could be written, you know, all the way through and a side and a B side. Like there was a reason that those 5 songs were there, the other 5 songs were there and how they connected. Yes, I love that. Well, first of all, I love your son, whatever your impression of him. I know he gets very annoyed because he doesn't really talk like this anymore, but he did his whole life. I have video to prove it. He always sounded like a tiny bookie from the catskills. Oh, amazing. Amazing. Yeah, I know what you're talking about with the sequencing of an album. I completely lost my mind trying to sequence this record. Yeah, it took months. It took months and it ultimately cut a couple songs. That's the hardest thing that is like killing something you love. Yeah. You know what I mean? Nowadays, you can put them out. Put them out as a couple songs, so it's not a big deal. But it feels like maybe it's a thankless job with this body light, the horseman music. We're all obsessed with the album and the a side of the B side. And you know, how are they connected? Yeah, what's the narrative arc of things, let alone, you know, here's to banjo on this one and the saxophone in this one and this is in key of C and this is you can't have two C is following each other. Well, this one can't, but it's like, but it does go after that. Well, it can't. Then you gotta put it in a different key 'cause. Yeah, all of those battles. So tricky, but also nowadays like because of the algorithms like people may not hear the music in the order that you put it on the record. Like basically whatever is popular will then rise to the top and that might be the first song people here. It is. That's exactly right. That's what the algorithm does. So this whole notion of it really was like one, two, three, four, 5. That's the order. I do like doing that with people's records and seeing what they meant. I really try to do that with a new record. No, I'm the same. I'm the same. It's special win songs can speak to each other. And a lot of times they do. What person police or experience has most altered your life? The person that leaps to mind is my grandma. My parents had a house and then my grandparents also when they were alive had a house on the same land. And now this is an aside, but my brother's family has a house on this farm and we have recently left New York City and we are living under mountain and we're going to renovate my grandparents house and move into it. So it's kind of a full circle moment for us. But this house, my grandparents house, like I spent a lot of time down there, it's literally my happy place. When I was getting ready to give birth for the first time, I did like a hypno birthing class, you know? And they're like, what is your happy place? And I thought, it's my grandma's house, and I picture myself like laying on the floor with like a sunbeam coming in, like a carpeted floor and a sun coming in this sliding glass door. My grandma was an incredibly creative woman that wasn't an artist per se..

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"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

08:21 min | 3 months ago

"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Fictionalized defines love for you? I'm kind of a romantic. Like I always have kind of been a romantic and loved the idea of love at first sight and a kind of twin souls, you know, and yeah, that idea that you meet someone, I'm thinking of Orpheus and you're going to see right now because that's what it was. Yeah, I remember like a bunch of times in the sort of dramaturgical trenches of working on the show. People with the dramaturg or someone else would be like, but why does he love her? You know? Why does Orpheus love you to see? And I would be like, because he's obvious. And she's really. Like, it's not enough for, you know, a lot of people they need to see the kind of causality, but the idea of what is written in the stars. And another kind of fictional version of that that went deep for me is that Hemingway book for whom the bell tolls. Oh yeah. You know, just these young revolutionaries fighting fascism and then they're in love and it's like the earth moves and all that stuff. And I feel like I've had an experience of that with my life partner. I've been with the same guy since I was 19. We were like, not fully formed in our identities. You know, we were like wet clay when we met and it wasn't full on from the age of 19 there was kind of a courtship and there was some breakups and stuff. But there were a bunch of moments that felt like these StarCraft moments like, oh my God, this is my person. You know? And almost like a scary, terrifying feeling because you see your mortality connected to it. It contains everything. This idea of the love at first sight, it's like youthful, infatuation and beauty, and then also, you know, you're gonna die with this person. You see the whole thing and it contains all of it. And so there's a way in which it's almost like it's tragic even if it's not or if you are to see or Romeo and Juliet. It's like even if you're married for 75 years and then you die in each other's arms, it's still like a tragedy at some level, right? Wow, the span. I think that's pretty amazing. You hold the paradigm that is pretty massive. The idea at 19 to be able to be with someone, that kind of love. And the love now, are you in your late late 30s, like around? I just turned 40. Look at that like that. 20 Hispanic, that's incredible. To be able to see the end and to not let it derail the now. To see it as tragic to see it as beautiful to see it as never ending. I mean, no wonder you love the Greeks, really. I woke up this morning thinking about Orpheus and eurydice because the last thing this person that he was my best friend and I loved him very, very, very much we were together for a long time and then it ended horribly. The most helpful thing he ever said to me was don't look back. And I've always linked it to Orpheus and eurydice. I've always linked it to that moment of just don't look back. Just don't. I know what happens if you do. You know what happens if you do just don't do it. I think about those gifts that you get from people that have hurt you. And I wondered if he got it from Orpheus. Yeah, he loved the Greeks, too, so. And I don't look back for you. Was it to not doubt yourself? Was it the idea of don't look down almost? It was literally coming back to that eckhart early idea of. It is a complete illusion to look back to look back and feel that that is going to have really any relevance. And I know that sort of a bold statement. But the now this moment to trust this now to trust that all of the ideas that you think if I look back I will get this. If I look back and I pick over the bones of this thing, if I look back because I'm frightened, it will somehow make my now better and that that is a fallacy. It's such an extraordinary gift that he gave me because I think it often, particularly when I start being frightened about historical stuff that I'm worried is going to play out again in this now. I shriek it at myself sometimes. This morning, I was shrieking it. Orpheus like, just don't just don't look. I just keep walking. Just keep walking and it's going to be fine. Like trust. You can't hear anything you can't see anything you don't know anything. Trust this very moment. And you will be all right. Oh man. Yeah. A cosmic thing that kind of happened with our Orpheus and you were to see. I think I'm allowed to it's quite public at this point, but our actors that play Orpheus in here to see totally fell in love, you know? Did they really? That's amazing. Yeah, and I thought, uh oh, you know, when I saw that that was happening, I was like, I hope they can keep it together. It's not going to be easy, you know. 6 months down the line, if there's a breakup and they're trying to play these lovers and they're still together, they made it through the pandemic. They're like, got a dog. It's beautiful. And they're so beautiful together. It's crazy because it's a story that the people know how it ends, but they still aghast, like when he turns around, it's like, how did this happen? That's exactly it. We want to change the ending of the story. Maybe seeing the repetition of that over and over again, it's like you can't change that story, but you can take the piece that you're shrieking about, and you can bring it into your life and go. I know how that works out. Yeah, yeah. And there's also something about like you're saying that this ex of yours gave you this piece of wisdom that you have carried on in your life and that there's a way in which he lights someone's candle with your candle and then or there's cigarette with your cigarette and you keep a flame going and that's kind of I think in the Orpheus story, at least the way it plays out with hadestown is like, well okay, we still celebrate Orpheus because he kept the flame and now it's someone else's turn. Got that such a beautiful image. Like the relay of love. Yes. And we judge the tragic part of it, the part of it not working out, but actually, as you just said like in your own life, it's part of the whole. The tragedy is always their present in the joy and the wonder. It doesn't diminish or take away. Orpheus seeing you were to see in the forest or wherever it was that he saw her and falling madly in love and the very short time that they had to love each other or the short time that I had to love this man. It's not diminished by how it ended up in a way. But it's hard to hold that in your heart that all these things can be true. Poor humans. But even so many tools that we just don't use. If you love to be remembered as the person who gives the best birthday gifts, I'm here to tell you that one 800 flowers dot com is your ultimate birthday gifting destination. One 800 flowers has thoughtful and artfully created options that are guaranteed to deliver the best birthday surprise. Shop thousands of unique gifts at one 800 flowers dot com for exclusive offers and great values. To order today, visit one 800 flowers dot com slash tune in. That's one 800 flowers dot com slash tune in. This is roxane gay, host of the roxane gay agenda. The bad feminist podcast of your dreams. Now, what is the roxane gay agenda you might ask? Well, it's a podcast where I'm going to speak my mind about what's on my mind. And that could be anything. Every week I will be in conversation with an interesting person who has something to say. We're going to talk about feminism race, writing in books and art, food, pop culture, and yes, politics. I started to show with a recommendation, really, I'm just gonna share with you a movie or a book or maybe some music or a comedy set. Something that I really want you to be aware of and maybe engage with as well. Listen to the luminary original podcast, the Roxanne gay agenda, the bad feminist podcast of your dreams. Every Tuesday on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. On the latest season of the next question with Katie Couric podcast, Katie dives into. Well, Katie, here exclusive podcast only conversations between Katy and the people who made her memoir going there possible. We spent a lot of time together around a dining room table here and in the city and you know it was a very intense experience. All episodes of next question with Katie Couric are available now. Listen on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

06:16 min | 3 months ago

"ana" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Did I create a person? And she gets a lot of good ideas when she's napping. And she'll take these little naps where she's very good at falling asleep in the middle of the day. You know, anywhere just kind of like go in and back room and lay on the floor and can make herself fall asleep. And the way that she does it is she kind of she lays down and then she says, she phrased the mind by thinking about like three or four things at once. Like three or four things that she's interested in she put her mind on him at once. And that kind of is like enough to knock her out. I love that she fries her own circuit board. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And somehow the frying of the circuit board then leads to these great ideas that happened in the nap state. In the nap space. Well, that's also her book now. It's called knapsack. I'm Colleen witt. Join me the host of eating wall broke podcast. While I eat a meal created by self made entrepreneurs, influencers and celebrities over a meal they once ate when they were broke. Today I have the lovely AJ crimson, the official princess of Compton, Asia. Kidding and Asia. This is the professor. We're here on eating while broke and today I'm gonna break down my meal that got me through a time when I was broke. Listen to eating wall broke on the iHeartRadio app on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. What grows in the forest? Trees? Sure. No one else grows in the forest. Our imagination, our sense of wonder, and our family bonds grow too, because when we disconnect from this and connect with this, we reconnect with each other. The forest is closer than you think, find a forest near you and start exploring, I discover the forest dot org brought to you by the United States forest service and the ad council. What grows in the forest? Trees? Sure. No one else grows in the forest, our imagination, our sense of wonder, and our family bonds grow too, because when we disconnect from this and connect with this, we reconnect with each other. The forest is closer than you think, find a forest near you and start exploring and discover the forest dot org brought to you by the United States forest service and the ad council. What quality do you like least about yourself? I am definitely someone who over thinks and second guesses a lot. And I think just insecurity that I feel like I've lived with my whole life and I keep expecting it to go away. You know, as I get older, I'm like, when am I gonna give can I swear on this show or no swearing? Yeah, you can swear, absolutely. I give you full permission. Like not give no fucks anymore. If there are fewer thoughts. I haven't arrived there yet. I care too much sometimes. Did I say something awkward? Is this song, you know, as good as it could be? Do I look bad? You know, things like that. It's exhausting. Do you find that the achievements? So as you're standing there with the hardware of a Tony. What multiple tonys in your hands? Did you ever consciously allow that to mitigate that other voice? Like, do you ever think back to your achievements and help them soothe those moments of insecurity? I think no. The one thing I will say, I feel a little bit more confident about now is that I've written enough songs that I know that at the moment when I'm like, I don't know how to write a song. There's no way I'm gonna finish the song. I kind of can look back and be like, well, you did finish all this other songs. So probably it's gonna happen, you know? That feels a little more sure for me. But in terms of like, I'm meeting somebody at a party, and I'm like, I want to tell me it doesn't cost my mind, you know? I want to tell you, I want to turn it on, Tony. Taking like a power stance in the women's room. We certainly allow ourselves to be haunted by the shitty things that happen to us. Oh, yeah. Why don't we allow ourselves to be beautifully haunted by those things that we've achieved? I wonder why we don't do that more. They're there. They're available energy and actually fundamentally tangible. You did these things. I do that sometimes with my son. I look at Henry when things are not working out and go. I made a person. I made a person who is so funny and talented and kind and good and give myself some sort of credit for that. Yeah, kids do kind of change the equation a little bit. Because it's like, your relationship with them has nothing to do with what your creative accomplishments or you know. It's kind of like there's a foundation of family love that is going to be there. However, awkward, you are at a party. It's going to be there. Yeah, exactly. How old is your son? He just turned 13. Oh, amazing. Wow. It is completely bananas because it's the same. It's the same feeling as when they were one and a half or when they were 6 months old. I'm 7000 miles away from my son right now and it's brutal. Yeah. Even though I know he's totally fine and happy and doing his thing, it's just I don't think that ever goes away. That feeling of I need to be in close proximity. Yeah, I wonder what it's like for my parents now, you know? Like, an adult life, if you still have those feelings or not. It's funny. I think they do. I just think that there's more space in between because the letting go, which is what nobody ever tells you about about parenting, the very first thing, literally, physically that you do with your child is let go. Right. Everything is more letting go. And I think as you get older, I was very close with my mother, but I watched how she would foster those spaces in between because she knew that we had to go and do our thing. But I know now that it was active and conscious and probably quite painful. Right. I know it's brutal actually. I mean, it's beautiful. It's beautiful and brutal. Parenting. Because I would literally, I would have Henry carry me around in his book bag. Like, if possible, I'd just like get inside. I'll sit here through double chemistry with you. Yeah, yeah. I just wanna try it..

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Ana Navarro of 'The View' Says Donald Trump 'Not Legitimately' Elected in 2016

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Ana Navarro of 'The View' Says Donald Trump 'Not Legitimately' Elected in 2016

"Here's cut two. Here is the boy this doozy and a Navarro on ABC TV's the view. And I really blame Republicans at the top for capitulating to Trump. I blame Trump for continuing this environment of lies and conspiracy theories and not accepting that he lost and encouraging and promoting what happened. The big lie and what happened on January 6th. He bears responsibility. And it's not just me saying this, it was Kevin McCarthy, saying this on January 6th. Let me read to you what he said. Kevin McCarthy. The precedent bears responsibility for Wednesday's attacks on Congress by mob rioters. Mark carthy said on the House floor. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action by president Trump. Now just days later, that same Kevin McCarthy was at Mar-a-Lago kissing Trump's ring. And we've seen Republican after Republican who on January 6th was shocked and calling for investigation and for truth and for reaction and action from Trump, we've seen them bow down to Trump because they want to stay elected. And because they're putting their own positions over democracy and over defending the U.S. institution of a legitimate election. Look, I felt I felt that Donald Trump had not been legitimately elected. I thought he got help from the Russians. But you know what? It would have never occurred to me to take up arms. Against Donald Trump. Can you guys go back and play that 'cause I'm sorry I laughed over this moron saying I didn't think Trump was legitimately elected and she was aided by the Russians. You just heard, that was not edited. While she's ranting and raving about Republicans who doubt the veracity of the election, right? Then she admits she doesn't think Trump was legitimate legitimately elected in

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Young Turks' Ana Kasparian Admits She Was 'Wrong' About Kyle Rittenhouse Shootings

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 6 months ago

Young Turks' Ana Kasparian Admits She Was 'Wrong' About Kyle Rittenhouse Shootings

"I want to play this cut here of Anna kasparian. She's been super nasty to me throughout the years. And I'm not going to compliment her. Some people are kudos to her and it's not about that. What's about with this clip is most interesting, though. She's a leftist. She's a young Turk person, whatever. The reason why this clip is interesting, though, is that she admits that she was participating in the simulation when it came to court proceedings. Meaning that she thought she knew all the facts and circumstances around the Kyle rittenhouse drama, and she says, oh, actually, I had it wrong. Now why this is important is that half the country is believing this around vaccines around masks around lockdowns are on hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin azithromycin around. Vaccinating children, all these sorts of things. That Anna kasparian in a rare moment of honesty speaks out and says, no, no, no, actually. I had this all wrong. So let's go to cut 99 where she says out loud, far left winger. The facts and circumstances around Kyle rittenhouse, people have been lying. Play cut 99. But look, these details matter because if you're gonna make an argument that you acted in self defense, there needs to be some proof that there was an imminent threat. Now, what really mattered to me was how all of this unfolded? What was the thing that sparked it? What started all of it? And initially, I was under the assumption that rittenhouse was the person who was chasing after Joseph rosenbaum that that's how it started. But I was wrong about that, okay? So I want to correct the record. I was in fact wrong about that. You were wrong because everyone on television has been intentionally wrong trying to slander an innocent young man Kyle rittenhouse because it feels good to support the narrative that young white men are carrying AR 15s, in Kenosha, trying to hunt people down, and that was not

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"ana" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"ana" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

"That matt. How this river. Current felt to me fact for the first time in a long time. I heard no other choices except my own. It was telling me something quite different. My immediate instinct was to stop forging across to let go into the flow of the river to let the river kerry entry part of me wanted to to that and bristled win their pistol to dig in and cross the current belt wrong but also really familiar right then realized that for the last few years. I have been convincing myself. That was exactly what i was doing. Fiercely working against the current of common thought inaction bravely define all convention to follow my dream to reach the other bank. The future light. I had imagined for myself. This approach had not led me to happiness to the happiness they craved. This was a story. I was telling myself to make all my hard work and effort feel justified. Even if i ended up drowning do to over struggle and tying myself out. At least i could say i tried so hard people at my funeral party would say she worked so hard they were already saying that about me anyway. That day. They stood in the river. So fully taken with this visualization i had. I felt completely different instinct so in light of this realization. She looked deeper into visualization of being in the current in the middle of the rare when she realized was that if she took a step back onto her departure bank and looked across the river which was her chosen destination on the other side of the river. There was a sandy bank for some pretty trees and pretty plants. It looked to mesa. There was no reason it shouldn't feeling sack inviting except it was exactly parallel to where she already was. It was the same place along the course of the river. Just on the underside. It into that lay said struck me as making no progress at all realized. I had to let go i wanted to trust. The current was flowing entirely from me. I wanted to see where take me..

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"ana" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"ana" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts

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'View' hosts say they had false positive COVID tests

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

'View' hosts say they had false positive COVID tests

"Host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro of the view say they apparently had false positive covert nineteen test last week that derailed a planned interview with vice president Kamilla Harris I'm marquees are loaded with the latest it was a dramatic moment of live TV on Friday when sunny Hostin an ana Navarro were pulled off the air when they tested positive for covert nineteen the show scrambled to set up a remote interview with Kamilla Harris after all the hosts were tested multiple times over the weekend the show now says nobody has tested positive Austin says it was uncomfortable for her results to be released publicly before she knew what was going on executive producer Brian teda apologize to Hostin and Navarro and said no one was ever in danger however he says it was really awkward television that he'd like to have back if he could

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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | 8 months ago

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

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Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19

"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the two of you to step out for a second okay two of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the two hosts who tested positive I met Donahue

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"ana" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"ana" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"I think he says like fire. Nation or entrepreneur tribes. Something like that. And i feel like it's benefit to do that. You said you don't always have your clients like call him out or name the trip. But i'm curious if you feel like there is a way for us to kind of think about how to name those tribes so that our ideal listener who will end up doing business with us or whatever it is that we're looking for them to take that next step. Feels like they're part of something bigger. You know it's not just a podcast. It's a it's a movement now community exactly so do you have any thoughts on that or we can just skip it. It's totally no. I love it. Let's this guy goes eight. That's what i love about podcasting. You don't have just the one way to do it. You have a thousand ways to do it. It really pens while your goal is if your ideal listener is someone who's part of the masses. You wanted like oh you're part of the community but if your podcast is about creating an intimate relationship with listener i would say that. It's good to not call them something because it creates it breaks the bond between you and the listener if your content is just talking to them. Does that make sense. As i am explaining this to me what i feel like. You're saying correct me if i'm wrong. It's like many podcasters. Jump onto their podcast. And they say something like what's up everybody. Or they'll have somebody on the podcasts. Like you on. And they'll say something like ana. Why don't you share this with my audience and almost what you're saying is be the opposite of that instead of saying you guys or investor nation or mindset nation or entrepreneur tribe to. Just say you. Because you're really just talking to one person. That has their air buds in. They are either cooking or cleaning or eating or driving or exercising or going on a walk and they're doing something by themselves. Multitasking they're most likely not having a party of like. I don't want to offend you. Who's listening to this. And you're about to start your own podcast. But most likely you're not having a giant group of people coming together and listening to podcasts together. You should be honoured if you do and more power to you. And i want to have you on my show and so you can talk a little bit about it but for most of us were speaking to one person and.

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The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:16 min | 10 months ago

The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna

"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be

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The Life of Bridget 'Biddy' Mason

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:58 min | 10 months ago

The Life of Bridget 'Biddy' Mason

"Mason was born on august fifteenth eighteen eighteen somewhere near hancock county georgia because biddy was born into slavery. The circumstances of her childhood are mostly unknown. But we know. She was sold to a family of enslavers mississippi by young adulthood. These new enslavers were robert. And rebecca smith farmers who made bitty look after their children tend to their livestock work the fields and act as a nurse and midwife for the family during this time he gave birth to three daughters of her own ellen and harriet. When robert smith converted to the new mormon faith he decided to pack up his family and moved to salt lake city with a group of other mormons. Of course biddy and the rest of the people. Robert enslaved were forced to come to in eighteen forty seven. The group traveled over fifteen hundred miles in three hundred wagon caravan across multiple states to get to utah bitty set up camp for the smiths cooked all. The food heard the cattle and acted as midwife all while taking care of her own three daughters though utah was still part of mexico at the time the smith family settled into. What would later become salt lake city. But soon robert smith decided he wanted to seek greener pastures again. This time in san bernardino california biddy. The smith family and the rest of their enslaved workers settled down near the santa ana river and set up a prosperous cattle business. There was just one problem for robert smith. Slavery was illegal in california. Robert tried to conceal this fact from the people. He had enslaved but the american civil war was brewing back. East and slavery was the major topic of the day. It was looking more and more likely that bitty would end up free at. The smith stayed in san bernardino so instead of allowing that to happen. Robert plotted to move the whole family to texas and to trick biddy into coming along

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The Significance of the Alamo

The Experiment

01:58 min | 10 months ago

The Significance of the Alamo

"Happens at the alamo monument. Every day journalist brian burrow is a texan who writes books about texas history and he says people pay tribute to that history all the time at the alamo monument in san antonio texas it's like maca everybody in texas goes to the alamo generally multiple times. This is the jerusalem of texas. This is a secular holy place to texas. it's holy because in eighteen thirty six. The story goes that it was the site of an epic battle to make texas independent from mexico story for going on two hundred years. It's always been that. You know. Jim buoy davy. Crockett all went down in texas to fight. This dashed her mexican dictator. Santa ana course. Everybody was surrounded and killed. Texans lost at the alamo but that battle was said to be a turning point those men who died there were martyrs because after that taxes was finally able to defeat mexico texan colonists were fighting for liberty they were fighting against oppression and they chose to give up their lives at the alamo so that we could what has become the modern american state of texas. That's why some texans still repeat the famous battlecry. Remember the alamo to honor the martyrs who died. There and texans are fiercely protected of this history. I'm eighty miles north. I rallied down. To the alamo plaza. Every time there was a protest that threatened to turn angry. It's all i would do. And so this past june. Brian heard about a protest at the alamo. He didn't think much of it. I

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TEST 2 Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem <Advertisement>

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

03:45 min | 10 months ago

TEST 2 Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem <Advertisement>

"Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem is one rather than solving it in isolation and jit New Jersey Institute of Technology Learn MORE AT N J I t dot e d u Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg Com on the Bloomberg business APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe. We expect economic activity to accelerate in the second half of this year, you could probably waiting until the autumn for a potential first adjustment. The national approach has been working when it comes to restrictions, the warning that there can't be a national recovery without a London recovery. This relationship between the US and the UK it's strong. It's got very, very deep roots. It'll stay strong. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe on Bloomberg Radio. Good morning from London. I'm Ana Edwards. And I'm Roger hearing in your listening to Daybreak. Europe live on London Digital radio, and we checked the markets for you every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg radio. So let's get straight to that, Shall we? European equity markets, then Roger up by 3/10 of 1%. Not so for the London market fairly flat, actually in London, but elsewhere. We're making some better gains on the major markets to the cat around up by 4/10 of a percent. This after tax up by an eight the first email also up by 2/10 of a percent, and, in fact, the IBEX now joining the footsie and being a little lackluster today, down by 1/10 of a percent over in Madrid, US futures point to something flats are positive up by around an 8% on E Minis, Dow futures and NASDAQ futures pointing higher by around 1/10 of a percent. The S E. Asia Pacific index entirely flat are not giving us a great deal of of momentum as we move into the European session but actually allowing the European session to reflect on to Sort of converging and divergent forces that we have driving things right now. On the one hand, there's a concern around clamp down on so called vice stocks in China that's weighing on the Hong Kong market. There's also concern about the spread of the delta variance in China, and we know the reaction function that that then could prompt from Chinese authorities. So there's concern about growth in China. All of that sounds pretty negative, but that rubs up against what's been a fairly solid earnings season. Four European corporate in a number of European companies upgrading their guidance. And even those in the sectors where they're concerned around Chip supply shortage the messages that they want to be able to produce more so there's a lot of positive narratives coming out of the earnings season. And that seems to be taking the limelight so European equity markets edging higher this morning at the oil price, recovering a little bit from some of its earlier weakness. 70 44 is where we trade on brands up 1/10 of a percent. The U. S 10 year yield. It was down as low as 1.13%, then moved a little higher on some comments that were perceived as a little more hawkish from Clara during the feds were 1 18 on the 10 year yield. Right now, the dollar flat to negative so down by around 10 per cent on the Dollar Index and the Bloomberg Dollar Index the pound little stronger on Bank of England today, Roger Well, speaking of the Bank of England, it is decision day today, and one question will be course which central banks going to be the first to the Taper Trigger? Will Bank of England policymakers seem likely to favour patients? Michael Saunders is set to be perhaps alone dissenting voice. They're calling for an immediate end to the bond buying program. Let's bring ourselves Up to speed because we can go straight to the bank outside the bank. In fact, Bloomberg's UK economy reporter Lizzie Burton joins us now, Lizzie Good morning and thanks for being with us. What are we expecting from the Bank of England today? The drugs are set to dominate. Today. We're expecting a unanimous vote to keep interest rates on hold at North 0.1% and I'm bond buying a 71 split with Michael Saunders. This time, as you say the sole dissenter in favor of ending stimulus early he'll take the hawkish man told that Chief

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CNN Don Lemon Challenges Ana Navarro Over Tucker Carlson Ambush

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 10 months ago

CNN Don Lemon Challenges Ana Navarro Over Tucker Carlson Ambush

"A clip online where the lemon was actually making a sense for the first time, at least, 12 years. And they were talking about this guy that got into Tucker Carlson's face and Mane at a An efficient rod store. Whatever they call The guy was obnoxious. Now I have to say Tucker Carlson has a lot more. Self restraint than I do, Mr Producer. I don't think it would have been pleasant. I'm just saying, I don't think it would have been That's at Ana Navarro said. It's okay. You're a public figure. You have to expect. People who love you people who hates you, and they have a free speech, right? I don't know what that had to do with anything Since he's not government, it is and I can do the first moment. But she's an idiot in multiple languages. She's an idiot. So, according to Ana Navarro, it's okay. So I just wanted you to know that now, D Lemon said, No, I don't think it is. And the the Republican stiff he had from the George H. George W. Bush administration. He didn't think it was a good idea, either. But Ana Navarro thought it was a good idea. So Thought to myself. Are you a buffoon? You're just inviting people to be rude to you. Well, that's hurt. That's her tactic. No big deal, she said. What happened? Dr Carlson? Do you think of that? Mr Producer? Isn't that kind of stupid?

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The View's Ana Navarro Fails to Recognize Global Issues

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 10 months ago

The View's Ana Navarro Fails to Recognize Global Issues

"Ana Navarro. And she's on this show that's filled with Renta's called the View. Of course, the view discriminates. Because there's not a single male on the panel are women. But that's okay. That's allowed So it's a It's a real crap show to begin with. But listen to this Ana Navarro. Cut seven go Look, I think we as a country have got to come to terms with the fact that this is now a an epidemic in America, not a pandemic, because it's not have it happening all over the world. No, it's not happening all over the world. No, no, no. The Middle East. Parts of Africa. Central and South America. See low I Q morons like this. On the one hand, they say people are coming to come into the country, our country because of all the crime in Central and South America and the crime and In various states countries in Africa and the Middle East and so forth. No, no, no. This is an American problem. Only you see, because the communist Chinese, they're rounding up speakers and other people They don't like. Murdering them, putting them in concentration camps. But America sucks in every respect. So this is a an American problem. Only an American problem. I would say it's this. It's a Democrat party. Problem. They have created this situation. They won't prosecute criminals. They won't throw him in prison. They have bail reform. They have liberal judges they have bought and paid for prosecutors. There's involved she won't get into any of it. She just wants to trash America. America. America sucks. Well, how come there's not this kind of crime in all of America? Can you explain that to me?

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How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:15 min | 11 months ago

How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections

"Thank once maybe twice a year people from the state would come out to do like an inspection or something. This is terry a former patient at the ana wakey campus in rock mart. The all girls facility. She remembers her time. How the staff would handle visits from state agencies. That were meant to check on the treatment center and how it operated with anna wakey now being a licensed medical facility. It had to be recorded the patients who were getting the proper treatment. They were supposed to and i remember the first time when they came out they picked like three of us. Girls should be the one to answer any questions and so they took the rest of the group like way way out into the woods like a mile out into the woods. And i can remember when the first inspector lady came. One of the group leaders told her. The girls are out on a work project about a mile out in the woods. I guess they just knew that the inspector probably wanting to hike out a mile that we were available though there were like three of us and we were told even before the inspector came if they asked if we met with a psychiatrist to let them know that we did and that we had thirty to forty five minutes sessions at this point in time in a wiki was sold to the parents of its patients largely as a medical treatment center with daily therapy in. Reality this therapy was greatly exaggerated often amounting to no more than a few minutes at most within actual therapist. I don't think my parents realized until. I got out that i really didn't get the help that i needed. We would see a psychiatrist. I i want to say once a week might have been every other week we would literally like get an a line and go one after the other and you only get a few minutes and they were just right on a clipboard in they would literally look at the clock and say okay. Time's up next. I mean it was a

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'We're Gonna Stay Strong': Floyd Family Reacts to Sentence

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 11 months ago

'We're Gonna Stay Strong': Floyd Family Reacts to Sentence

"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek show been expressed condolences to the family of George Floyd in the minutes before a judge sentence open to more than twenty two years in prison the family of George Floyd was allowed to address the court before sentencing his brother Terrence with a question for the officer who spent nine and a half minutes pinning George Floyd to the ground who's going to be a when you have Ginni over his neck and Floyd seven year old daughter G. ana who says her dad would help or brush your teeth at night and I love the show even turn to relatives in the courtroom and offered condolences saying there was more to be said to them at a later time I hope things will give you some some peace of mind the audio courtesy of court TV show friends mother spoke in his defense but the judge said the twenty two and a half year sentence includes a ten year penalty for abuse of trust and for cruelty shown to George Floyd I'm Jackie Quinn

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Anna Ploszajski: Crafting to Better Understand Material Science

The Guardian's Science Weekly

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Anna Ploszajski: Crafting to Better Understand Material Science

"This episode. I'm talking to dr anna. Precise ski immaterial. Scientists channel swimmer and stand up comedian about her latest venture. Writing newburgh handmade assigned to search for meaning through making. I wanted to start off with understanding a bit more about the material. I found the most fascinating in the book. Blas which as we all know to be solid actually has the molecular structure of a liquid. Could you tell me a little bit more about that. Ana yeah definitely. I think a lot of people would have heard of this of the rumor. That glass is actually very very very viscous liquid in the evidence that we have for. This is very old. Panes of glass in medieval churches are episode a thicker the button than they are at the top and intuitively. We think well that must mean that. This class has been flowing down to gravity over hundreds of years that for it must by viscous liquids while there's also a molecular argument for that as well because if you zoom into clawson and see where the atoms and molecules are inside they are. Bene- jumbled up mess they're very rigidly bonded to each other so they don't move that they their structure is what we describe as offices. Very kind of jumbled up this structural order to in particular infrastructure is very similar to the structure of liquid. If you were to have a look at water zoom in and see by the atoms molecules are inside than they would be kind of randomly tumbling over each other and in in no particular order as well. The structure of glass and the structure of bhutto's liquid is via similar. Now this is in contrast to what we describe him. It's your science. As a as crystalline materials and is is a good example of a crystalline material when water freezes if the molecules lineup in very neat rows and columns in a kind of three structural lattices. That it's very predictable. It's very ordered. It's very beautiful. And that's how we describe. The atoms inside material's crystalline site is is a good example of metals or crystalline. As well when you hate izhak from below zero degrees two zero degree celsius as the ice melts it melts at the very distinct melting temperature because its molecules are in this very distinctive crystalline ordered structure so zero degrees is enough energy to break all of those bonds between those molecules and allow them to slosh over each other emanating. The michio becomes liquid

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Ana Becomes First Named Storm of Atlantic Hurricane Season

News, Traffic and Weather

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Ana Becomes First Named Storm of Atlantic Hurricane Season

"Is Ginny Norman. The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season won't amount to much sub Tropical Storm Ana is posing no threat to land and is expected to dissipate in a few days on a trumped rain on Bermudas, now drifting north east over the

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Na Becomes First Named Storm in Atlantic This Year

Maggi Tax

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Na Becomes First Named Storm in Atlantic This Year

"Two more southern parts of the state, mostly south of I four were fires burn. The first storm has come Tropical Storm Ana has formed in the Atlantic Ocean, It will head

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"ana" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ana" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Ben affleck is trashing on a day arm is like literally kicking to the curb yesterday. A life-sized cardboard cut out of ana was photographing thrown away. Outside of bins. Is this the ultimate burn. Baby like throwing away photos are putting things under the bed but i guess when you have a life size cut out in a closet you can fold it up. You can fold it up and i go on. That many dog walks. If we're going to have to watch you to be that obsessed with each other for that much time you can be a little classier about this. That's the lately disrespectful. What a classy way to throw out of cardboard you know i could have folded it. He could take it up. You could have ripped it up. He has twelve people working for him. That really i have to say. Knock on ben for me. Totally funny i. It's so funny. Because he talks about this interviews all the time where you loved to be photographed. And he's like no. I go and take out the trash. And they're just sitting there so i mean part of me is like he'd probably get told his housekeeper. Whatever like hey this for me and then it was just they'd pitched it and now it's been terrible. Maybe he didn't give his housekeeper. Full instructions like folded up. Take it out at night. Do not let anyone see this. If you've been famous long enough on tuesday okay so the to date and you guys. Nearly a year. Last time we talked up they were so in love there were engagement rumors swirling and now it's completely over now a source tells c. News there will always be that love but word is they broke up over the phone <hes>. Listen this is. This is my thought she just had a birthday. What she's thirty to forty eight <hes>. There's some information about her wanting another child tile and so. I sure there's a lot of love there. But i'm sure they've had that conversation. Especially if there really were engagement rumors conversation before you move into the nineteen million dollars off but it just sometimes you think like okay. I'm okay and then he's saying no. Are you really okay. Because the door is closed. I need you to really think about it. Because i want to marry you but if you don't if you want children you're not gonna wanna say with me or vice versa station. 'cause i know many friends have gotten to that point and they don't wanna break until that point they are so in love and they think maybe they'll change their mind and then they hit this a pity. That says i'm not going to change my mind. I do wanna. I really hate to do this to you. If i'm putting my house on the market to then move in with my boyfriend you better believe before called that real estate agent are pat one of those damn boxes. We are going to be on the same page before that moving truck gets there just wasted time my home at thirty two. Who thinking about that but sometimes you just get caught up in the moment. Listen i have a girlfriend. She kept her apartment until last week less than has been living with her man because she's still undecided whether or not she wants to have kids and she knows that if she ever decides that they for sure when she it's for sure they will break up. She knows that

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"ana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"ana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The Ana Jar and the bean accident. Attorney studios. Have you been injured in an accident? Call the law offices of Anna Jahn Levine 1 807 473. That's 1 807 473733. You're listening to an all eighties weekends a substantial reward for the one who finds the millennium called them West South Florida's sunny one of 79..

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"ana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"ana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The Ana Jar and the bean accident. Attorney studios. Have you been injured in an accident? Call the law offices of Anna Jahn Levine 1 807 473 That's 1 807 473733 You're listening to an all eighties weekend, John Hughes, creator of Mr Mom and National Lampoon's Vacation comes another breakfast them South Florida's sunny one of another. Shake it up. Shake it up. It's night work. He's Spanish. All of that. He's vanished. It's all eighties weekend for the Fourth of July on Sonny, one of 79 Just tonight. Must have been something I just But but Just because it again. It must be something. Gotten Alexa device be there I am. Alexa. How are you guys doing you Khun Stream us and listen to sunny one of a nine mil. You're getting ready in the morning. Making dinner. Or just hanging out. Simply say Alexa enables Sonny, one of the nine skill then say, Alexa lunch, Sonny, one of seven. None. It's a whole.

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"ana" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"ana" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Of the ana eight eight institute is nineteen minutes after three I this coming back to the Richard Shelby of Santa Fe G. R. C. Santa fe's news talk later what could feel as good as helping a homeless veteran fighting that same veteran a great job in the community homeless veterans in Santa Fe and across New Mexico are receiving free employment services through goodwill's homeless veterans reintegration program please share the message that veterans in need should contact good will live for free services by calling area code five oh five eight eight one six four zero one that's five zero five eight eight one six four zero one or online at good will and M. dot org Hey this German side of the day we're open for business job's been arranged he's quiet and staff were wearing face coverings infusing hope it's a practice in the shop and on the if you want to email or call in an order for happy to do curbside pickup anytime during business hours as for the guiding we're doing the full day and half day trips three people are a bunch and fabrication I provided all support equipment is thoroughly cleaned after each use thank you for your continued support the check out the website for more information ninety eight trump spring is a beautiful time.

"ana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Ana seer which really are sort of the apex of our wildfire problem essentially summers get drier and hotter winters get cooler and wetter he could impact everything from crops and soil to water here undoubtedly going to have to contend with a growing set of impacts as we go forward well time to be changed for the better this weekend here's news a tether Myers with your micro climate forecasts Lexus sending clouds this afternoon temperatures stay on the chilly side though only reaching the low sixties at the beaches and inland fifties for most of our mountain communities although a couple of locations will drop into the forties today as we get into tomorrow nice warm up through the weekend or coastal locations will be back to the upper sixties through the weekend low seventies inland on am seven sixty eight I'm news it's heather Myers right now it's sunny and sixty in Oceanside there's more Mike Slater next AM seven sixty talked and breaking news this is the live show you AM seven six FM the the staff does it have fill out some of my ancestry our country right now all you're doing yeah it gave me I don't I don't know much of the time I had I see I'm but thank you my mom involves is a one to he doesn't want to have yeah that's kind of a yes I can only do my grandparents they give you potential great grandparents like I don't think so you know I don't know what's.

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"ana" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"ana" Discussed on KPCC

"Ana now excuse me I climbed the north mountain survived a frozen heart in safety from my ex boyfriend so you know I'm coming a handful of other new movies came in ahead of expectations like knives out are you dating detect attempting to be thorough as we can figure out the manner of death you mean if someone killed clean slim right now are you sure it's so let's talk about the movies that did surprisingly well you mentioned dives out Ford verses Ferrari has also done pretty well queen and slim did pretty well even though it wasn't and nationally wide release that seems like an important development because so much of Hollywood's releases are sequels and prequels and knock offs how important is it that original movies did as well as they did exactly and especially over the holidays this is a time where studios tend to release these all audience tent poles last year we saw movies like rouse breaks the internet from Disney creed to fantastic beasts the Grinch all of these movies are either from big franchises or they're based on very well known I. P. and this year there were still movies that attracted a wide range of audiences but it was leaning more towards original content and that's a really reassuring sign for studios to show that all franchises like frozen are definitely big draws audiences still want to see something fresh something different something they haven't seen before and there were still willing to go to movie theaters to see it I want to talk about the overall numbers because even with this good thanksgiving weekend the year to date box office is a little bit I went like six or seven percent behind last year is that a real concern among Hollywood studios right now exactly it's about five point five percent behind last year and there's still a few big movies to calm there is did you Maggi sequel and there is the last Star Wars movie in so those will hopefully help make up that deficit comparing it to last year's a little tricky just because last year did set a record there been a couple movies that have had that limited theatrical runs I'm thinking of the Irishman the Netflix movie to we know where all what that business has been are they reporting or is it more a question of Netflix buying theaters and selling tickets so we don't really know at the box office grosses are right so we don't know what the box office grosses are for these movies that Netflix is putting on feeders and the cabbie out there is because they weren't able to agree with major theater chains on an exclusive window to play this film the Irishman's not playing in most theater chains so it's only screening in about a hundred theaters compared to something like frozen or even knives out where those are screening in three four thousand theaters and so to compare the box office grosses it's not really possible but then on top of that Netflix doesn't really provide a metric there we're talking with varieties Rebecca Ruben about box office given the performance of movies like Ford verses Ferrari beautiful day in the neighborhood knives out queen and slam is that gonna be noticed by the studios will they see that more as an anomaly or proof that audiences are actually interested in original stories absolutely I think that two studios it shows that people are interested in original content and what's more notable is that these movies don't cost as much money as your frozen's and your Avengers and your Star Wars is so we need movies like this to be able to turn a profit to even out these big temples that are bigger swings for studios and so they certainly want to find a movie that they can put out to make an easy process and that's what you have these mid budget movies for I think it's also probably important in terms of movie goer choices that queen in slam beautiful day in the neighborhood Ford verses Ferrari knives out all got really good reviews in fact a lot better than frozen to our critics driving some of this business I think especially with older audiences the reviews and positive word of mouth does drive a lot of attention and so when they hear you've got to go see this movie in theaters it's so creative it's so funny it's so fun something like knives out it's it's something different than that switched having the conversation and that's what's getting people to go see these movies so I want to ask you about the end of the year there is a Jumanji sequel coming out December thirteenth and then on December twentieth we have Star Wars the rise of sky Walker I assume both those movies are gonna be huge but also around Christmas we have little women predator wigs adaptation of the Louisa may Alcott novel in nineteen seventeen Sam Mendes's World War one drama given that some other original films are doing well is there are expectations that little women in nineteen seventeen could succeed also definitely and I think both theater owners in studios are kind of hoping that with movies like little women in the mix it's going to appeal to a wide range of audiences because what these original movies it's instilling a little bit of confidence in movie goer showing that studios are putting out quality movies right now and so the hope is that over the holidays after using your Star Wars in your Jumanji you'll go back to see movies like cats in nineteen seventeen Rebecca Rubin is a news editor at variety where she writes about the box office Rebecca thanks so much for coming on the show thanks for having keep up with entertainment industry news be sure to visit variety dot com coming.

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