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"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..
"asa" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"He's like trying to solve the mission. Why? He's got like a board with your picture and his picture and his red lines drawn. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, he's like a Zack called cop. What am I what am I missing here? Curious. So what is your response to that? What happened there? I mean, well, first of all, James Dean doesn't choose neither James Dean nor I choose what scenes an anal scene or not. Okay, okay. That's like the producer's choice. Okay. So maybe it wasn't an anal movie, maybe, but can you appreciate your budget? Can you appreciate the irony of an anal king in an anal Queen in the same room? But yet there's no anal. Can I appreciate the irony? You know what though? I know what I appreciate. No. I mean, I mean, like I've had anal sex with James Dean like a billion times, and I've had vaginal sex with him a billion times. Like, what? Am I supposed to do anal every time? You know what? That's not realistic. I like the producer. He threw his curveball. Yeah. He's like, oh, you think that's gonna happen? Yeah, it's not. They're just gonna drink tea together. Yeah. Or maybe it was before I started anal. That's true. But maybe it wasn't in the budget in the budget. Is it more? It'll cost more. Didn't know that. Side note insiders information, a lot of male performers don't do anal. Why? 'cause they're dicks just don't stay hard for anal. Oh. They just don't like it. Interesting. Okay, okay, let's move on to the second comment here. You got another person janning schroder two looked at this person's stats. He's got 425 substitutions. 663 Friends. That's more than how many Facebook friends I have. Yeah, what I like is this guy has more friends than videos. He's here for the friends. He's here for the this guy's here..
"asa" 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.
"asa" 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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"They looked back at that. And they said adele. I must have been a dell and then everyone was like okay. Would you like your rainbow. See vice a joke pun. A hyperlink sound how i mean. I think i think one thing my dad is always telling me and my mom too and like you you wanna man twice a child and so what i mean by that is like your boy a child and you go to become a man and so the things you do as a man ultimately will reflect on what happens when you become net child again when you get too old to take care of yourself around. That's probably that's a so. We talked about this a few weeks ago. or lindsey. you know proposed a theory that the reason pete davidson and kayla cuevas previous relationships fell apart was because they fell for each other on the set of that movie meet cute and i think we called it a meat horrible and now it's actually getting coverage in the tabloids. Here's a story from oprah magazine. Do that they're honest with the same rumor. That era it is a little. It's still it's not. This is like if if my rumor that i said was like the the bottom of barrel like rumor this is like iran is a tabloid speak. So here's what the source said about. Pete davidson kelly quaco. Pete thought he'd be a lot more cut up about phoebe than he was. But the vibe he's got going with coco has helped him dust himself off and not mope about the past plus a lot of people think he in keighley are way more compatible than he ever was with arianna kate or most of his excess address keighley's high energy levels. They're having a blast. A lot of people think now. A lot of people think that now located cocoa that he ever was with phoebe. Ray promo for their movie. And that's all. I have to say and the other stuff is. I mean who are these. There is no way that movie is going to be good. What do you mean. There's zero percent chance that movie is going to now. I think it's gonna be great. I think it's going to be a disaster. Oh i don't mind fantastic as much as i. Like catalina. i'm now a fan. i'm a coconut. I know that. I am equipment now but like worried about this. If you're a true coconut you would have faith in her rom coms. I think she could pull off a good rom com pete davidson We'll see but has madge has the magic about him. We would not still be talking about pete davidson. If he wasn't at least kind of a curiosity he's a keys. Curiosity right jordana. Brewster wore her engagement ring for the first time. Because she's about to be married to maze. Mason morfitt and jordana brewster name are going strong. And what does mason dugan. He's just a he's like a businessman. Oh he's the ceo of value act capital right right right. That does a lot for me soon to be a morfitt well. She wrote j. b. soon to be j. b. m. which is interpreted as soon to be a morfitt. She's going to be more fit. I love that she's married. Guy named morph it and taking his last name or like vaguely taking his last name. Jordana brewster more. I can't wait til she's in a movie on the poster. It says jordana brewster more not gonna make a movie with that name. There's no way they're going to say it's brewster or we're not casting you. We can't with the martian. Here's the people exclusive so i just wanna read the headline that we can end the relationship segments..
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"I'm just like i am so proud of her for like pivoting out of this dark realm of like jason. Yeah no wonder. She's like literally cannot believe that she booked a real job. You know guinness. World records dot com refers to this woman as a celebrity mother. They never and her agent and said get me on. Cbs or i will die. Because i was wrong. I was wrong. I was wrong. What i said. She was only referred to by celebrity mother and nothing else no. She's referred to as to descriptors. What celebrity mother to yogurt maker. Oh wait yogurt. Makers don't feel organic acres not thought that she was a celebrity mothers nausea dot the day that she called her agent and said. Get more if you don't get me a job. You're frigate god okay. Well now we understand the sobbing. I actually do feel like this went full circle. That's great good for her. Really happy for her. He knew i'm not happy for i'm pulling butterfield. Yeah what the fuck is going on with the butterfield. Relax butterfield as butterfield's out here tweeting like get the fuck away from me. When i'm out in the town he says i'm so tired of people filming me taking pixel on my asking. Why my my night out. It actually kills my mood in my night. fuck off. leave me be fleas. Who's out your being like as the butterfield as the butterfield. Plenty of people i think. Sex education is big with the younger set. Okay fine but he goes. Tweeting this from a cab home after i had to slap multiple phones out of my face tonight. I'd love video. If you have video of butterfield slapping. I read that differently. I midway i was like who's he slapping. No p careful and the next week anyway look at my cat. And then he posted his cut to like. Yeah yes education. Did you ever watch watched. The i don't watch is a good. I thought the first season was fine. I was mostly just not for me. Isn't there a teacher who's the in it. It's gillian anderson But i think the new one she wanted emmy last night. Oh i saw that. I saw that really quickly. Julian edison not english right america. She's american woman. Did you see this. Just to kind of continue with the whole margaret thatcher thing. I question has if you've talked to her about this role at all. And secondly why do you think it is taken america so long to get a female leader you now when all these other countries in look what margaret did in in the uk. I have not spoken to margaret someone while congratulated at the press. Conference afterwards ask. She talked to margaret thatcher about her role. She died while many years ago. Yeah that's have you talked to her about this at all jillian said well. I'd erm. I have not spoken to margaret plan. Giving her a british accent she's american. I've not spoken a margaret. I actually do get fumbled up as to whether or not she's english or american because it's so trick like it's. I've been fooled too many times. That i don't know which ended up anymore. Ram like wait. I know it's a trick. And i know that it's obvious which one is obvious. I don't know which one is the obvious one anymore. She you know she is american. But it's always hard for me to remember that we need to do you need a like. Do you like demonic device or something so you can remember do. Do you want to be a means. Georgia america guests. She's american guests. American gotta greg girls american like. She's a good american. She's gonna american kardashian brand. Yeah exactly okay. Now you're never gonna forget. I'll never forget okay so interview there. You had a british accent. Yes you don't seem to have. I think we talked about this last time. I was always mystifies me. I know a of people. I grew up in london and i live there and so it was my initial dialects when i was two years old and so when i'm there talking to talking to tor fourteen i think it's a but british anyway. Can we not go below us. Who weekly dot us slash live. That's the site you need to be. Checking on are.
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"I think having a baby was a kind of rebirth for me like artistically it just like i don't know being a mother feels weird to say i don't identify with that word is also really weird because says claire but he doesn't like mama which is so. I'm like how are you like. Maybe he can like sense my distaste for the woodward mother which i don't even know i have a distaste for it because i like respected with i just i don't i can't identify with it. Where lee grimes went to the met ball and then told an interviewer that her son calls her claire. Not mother. clare isn't even a name. That i it is another name. We have many names for her. Now grimes claire and the baby has gone with claire. I do and don't want video of this. It also is funny because the baby's name is also highly disputed so no one's really got clear no really clear handle and what they're being called people refers to the baby as ex. That is what grimes alana call him. If you can identify with the word mother that the subsidy would be claire. Can you imagine this like baby. Walking into claire. It's very boss baby. I have to say your baby you a diaper you know who else wears diapers astronauts a nascar drivers that goldie efficiency templeton. The average toddler spends what forty five hours a year on the potty spirit. I mean i'm surprised that the baby says claire doesn't just sort of like mentally project. The word claire to claire via their headsets glare. If you click on a video called. Grimes gets ready for met gala from vogue and clicked play. Would you expect us to be the first line. You heard here it comes. I am hoping to die on mars. Honestly yeah. I would expect that to be honest. I am hoping to die on mars. She selena gomez grimes. I always forget what their voices are like. And then you hear them speaking. You're like oh ram's incredible like there. Is something really a fascinating about watching. Grimes get the celebrity treatment in this video. Where she's like getting ready for the mccullough and it's like she has all these assistance and designers and she's being interviewed by vogue and it's like this woman should the idea that she's like getting this type of kind of narrative around her for this event. Like it's it's hilarious. It's so just know how to react to it. I don't know how to react to it. It doesn't work. No one who's watching. This video has heard a lick of her music. You know it's a so imagine anna wintour listening to like genesis. All right anna have dinner party. What would be the background music. He would play like sometimes. I'll go for like sixties big band pop songs. Or sometimes it's dean martin taylor like evening off with conversation and then when we move onto a more informal part of the evening and into music and maybe this will cause you to forgive me for my answer to the Cats question i definitely would choose fearless maybe read and then of course lover. Speaking of calling your mother clare. Vanessa got a new job and she's really excited. The new job is leading. Ncis hawaii which is one of the ncaa spinoffs. it's shea who is married to nicholas shea. Who is leaving us. Probably now more like accomplished the nicholas in terms of link link resume which is funny more culturally relevant than nicklaus one hundred percent. Yeah so vanessa. Lachey got cast as the lead in. Ncis hawaii which the new spin off of the very popular ncis series. They're going to hawaii. Can you tell me what. Ncis stands for lindsay. New cops is served okay. Is that your final answer. Can you.
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"Where they had to do it but it was drive through. They had they had this last year. But it was like you can drive through this time and pick up your stuff. So and people did it but actually went to this and they were like. Oh faira how's it going. Thanks for coming to the echo lounge. And she was like. I'm going to yell. I said she's a wanted woman. Now that she secured her transcript from harvard. She wasn't even there that long. How much transcript could have and told us with a straight face. Yale and several other law schools are now recruiting. I have a question. When did this become law. School wasn't wishy going for law school. No okay so now. She's going to law school. Which of the hooligans got abraham's number and said hi farah. It's me yale. Are you interested in law school. I didn't like how did it become law school. Wasn't she doing like just like a a business program or something and she was taking writing classes because she wanted to be a writer. Fair abraham thinks the pelican brief is like a pelican and underwear. Okay so i. This is going to be a problem. Maybe she wants to go to law school as you can see harvard. Maybe it's a retroactive. Maybe she feels like she needs justice and so she leaving but she lives in california. Why would you go to law school. Why would you. Why would you just not do that. Kim kardashian did you hire someone to help you. Pass the whatever the bars. Very abraham knows about two colleges. One is harvard one is yale. She went to undergrad. Which was the art institute of fort lauderdale. we'd good for fair abraham. She really knows how to maintain attention. I mean this story has now gone on for weeks and it was literally like barely a blip it or should deserves barely a blip and yet i'm give i've given it my full attention for a while. I'm not it's not like i'm rather hear more about faira. Abraham trying to get into yale law. School that i would about the emmys for supporting actor in a drama series goes to there abraham. Here's a page. six line exclusive. This isn't exclusive from september. Twenty twenty one. Kim whitley once mistook marlin williams's pena's for quote a small bat. We and then the next day she in page six. You have the leg day. Recalls.
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"I'm saying her son does drugs. My point is that the rap slammed her for misquoting. Jesus so me. She loves to wrap member when she wrapped right at the beginning of the pandemic when we were all like. We're just going to be indoors few months. Everything's really cute now. Like here's rita wilson singing hip hop hurry to i'd give props to hip hop rio bolsa as an aside. She did raise money with that thing that did raise money so he was also the face of. That's gonna hope it for some time. You know she was the first person to get coveted one of the first the second. She was patient zero. So you know the emmys complaining last week that like we wanted to watch the bma's but it's impossible to watch. the emmys. Were so easy to watch. And i was like you do this. Well they were really kinda just weird. The shows that swept were like not shows. I care like i was like ted lasso. The queen's gambit and the crown swept like could you think of a more like kind of just bland kind of swath of television. You know no. I can't Yeah a camp. There were some fun writing awards. Yeah no that's true. I mean hacks. One and and mayor got its mayor. Got some people. Some emmys kayla cole. One but michaela coal one for like. What did she went for writing right. Yeah all the actors. Were like ted lasso to lan mayor. I could barely watch the vietnamese. But i could talk about him for six hours like i could watch the emmys and i really don't want to talk about them for more than three minutes as had had layers to them. There was fashion and stuff and new people and people. I didn't know and young people and emmys kind of felt everybody. There i was like. Oh you're here you look at the. At least the emmys are responsible for one of the funniest tweets. I'd seen in a really long time. Which was from variety and it said at variety on twitter tweeted the handmaid's tale sets record for most losses in a season congrats. Dale congrats wasn't there but most of course because they weren't her ear about to lose. And it's going to be an record or they said where's your vaccination card and she was like oh I don't think i'm gonna win. I'm not gonna come yet. There wasn't as much speculation about who wasn't at the emmys as there was about. Who wasn't at the vm as gala. So interesting even though like literally in the opening remark cedric. the entertainer was like everyone here is faxed like he said that he also did a joke about the fly so remove about the actual fly that landed on mike pence's head from like what eons ago that felt like a century ago. You know what happened more recently. As in yesterday yeah. Very abraham said that she was going to yale law school or applied or or applied for told us last time so he got transcripts to enroll at a new school. I'm just wondering. Have you done that. Have you picked a school again. Exciting time so like law firms are coming up We have so many options as law students to schools like yells reached out. I'm so i am. I'm just so pumped because i have all these choices for law school and Yeah so. I don't know if i'm going to stay here on the west coast or the east coast. I do have to say after the harvard debacle. I think the west coast is more diverse and appropriate for like inclusion. Better weather So we'll see what happens about that. We got the former teen mom star at debbie. Durken's eko looks lounge event we spent. That's where you find people where where do you find. Various abraham if not debbie durkan zico. Luckily we were looking for any fair abraham because we want to talk to her. We found her at debbie. Durken's eko lugs lounge event at the beverly hills hilton. It's one of those. It's like an emmy it's one of those like emmy get the giveaways events so it's emmy adjacent and you and you show up and then you get stuff just one of those ass about the emmys. The gift deamer the gifting things the gifting channels or remember last year..
"asa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"The celebrities. You don't. i'm bobby finger. I'm lindsey weber and we're going on tour come get tickets to see us live all around the country well in many places in the country who weekly dot us and you'll hear us saying we're singing. We are yeah. Here's a clip from one of our rehearsal so much tv. And this rap wouldn't be complete to eric. I'm not sure. I guess i should've called that wrapping. But can i call wrapping like gladys going on with like the wave at like the the the chasm between how pe- real people think about rita wilson. And how hollywood thinks rita wilson leg. And how rita wilson thinks about rita. Well that's a whole other. How tom hanks thinks about rita wilson. There's a weird like disconnect there. Is she like darling that we that hollywood thinks she is. I think people just feel so well about not to define a woman based on her husband. But i think this is an exception of it's like. Can't tom nina so much. he's he hasn't anomaly. People love him so much and he sort of and if he's not really accessible. It's sort of like well. we can get rita. Rita always answers her phone. Rita is always down. I just feel like it's funny. Where she keeps showing up and she keeps wrapping. And then you have like compare that to her like wrapping son. Who never comes up and is almost weirdly like on the same track as her but nobody wants to talk about him. It's just funny. That rita wilson sorry to read up is like just like not iconic at all and not only is she not iconic just like from a very like she really run of the mill perspective of celebrity. Like she's not famous for television. So why is he at the emmys. She's not really famous for movies. She's i guess famous for singing but compared to everyone else at the grammys. She's way down the list and what doesn't really hangs his wife. Yes so what are you doing at the emmys but kind of what is she doing anywhere you know why not. I guess readers gonna wrap just a friend. Even the other people are singers. Like they got the guy the the who the white guy who has the show that everyone's like it's actually really good like what's that. Show called take little dicky. What's it called dan. It's called like dave but it's like dave's actually really good at least. I know that he is a rapper. Like rita wilson. Yeah i guess she's always down they always love to trot her out. You know as like someone. It's just very strange to me with the whole like we're not going to talk about your son legua. When you're both kind of out here wrapping like i just. It's very. It's very weird like why. Why did we let her get away with this and she is. I guess a list. She's just like one of the kookiest people a-list you know and she's ayla simply because she's tom hanks wife. Yeah that sounds so nasty to say. But i i think it's true. No i mean when you break it down. I don't know that. I'd say she's good at wrapping. She also case of the rap reported she was She wore it. Tom ford suit and she was on the red carpet talking to kerama. Oh and by the way the as calling him cromwell brown and. I thought we dropped that brown months ago. So we've got a needs to correct needs to correct. He's just caro- kerama. Also as i was saying his name i was like i'm not gonna say brown like everyone knows it's rahmo as okay. We'll give him that. She said she was asked why she chose to go outside. The fashion norm which is by the way going outside the fashion. Norman example is wearing pants and not address. It's two thousand and twenty one gay. Just let's let's remind ourselves that and she said because i don't drop molly iraq. Tom ford so she was trying to quote jay z. She got like pretty close pretty close. Yeah it's pop. Molly not drop molly. I don't know like you can't really drop molly. You drop acid. I guess you'd pop molly like it's a pill. I don't think. I need to explain drugs to rita wilson. I think she's very familiar with drugs not that she does drugs..
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"asa" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas
"He's back in the secondary. He's plays all over the field for them and he gets after it offensively same day. They've got some guys they they're very similar to. I would say offensively. They wanna get their guys in space and get them the ball. They're gonna be balanced run game passing game. They're going to be balanced. They're going to be a spread kind of team as well. But goodness there's just it's miami is to say the florida the junior college there. They have talent. Yeah if we all know that taxes as the best football in the country and we do know that florida would probably be number. Two so yeah. I'm sure that they have a lot of players. It's interesting what you said. A little bit there about their defensive line how they penetrate only because to me that that starts to sound like their mindset their strategy on defense they want to disrupt their not a read and react there an attack night of the see if they can penetrate move the line of scrimmage back and just creates chaos obviously that is susceptible to some modest yardage big plays on their part but if we can kind of get a maybe up the field and maybe we can open up a gap than in our mind. Hopefully that we can have some big place. So can we stay away from the negatives can stay in the positives. The other thing about that is certainly opens you up into into solve time. Trap plays counter plays Misdirection those kinds. We hope so. I would think okay so offensively. You're saying that they look a lot like most of the teams that you'll meet. Nowadays i spread offense looking to spread. You out from sideline sideline take advantage of ups whether the passing the ball or throwing the ball which is not something that which is something that you should be used to and true in thing about the first game of the season. Any don't have a lot of film on somebody that play a lot. In the sprints like us we lost twenty four players from spring this move on before your schools shirt. So what kind of guys have they had the reload with. What do you guys. They have back which we don't know that yet So it's kind of a lot of up in the air right things right now so you cannot prepare for a little bit of everything and and we'll see what we get on kick off at one o'clock on saturday that's really that's really difficult. I know coaches love. The have that kind of an understanding of what's going on that being unsure is sort of the worst feeling walking into a stadium..
"asa" Discussed on Henderson County, Texas
"Francis might from hannigan media. And i am here in the office of head. Tdc football coach. Sherrod potently how you doing today coach. Let's talk to you again. It's been a bit and it was not that long that long because it was just spring football. But we're about to get back at it. Ready to kick off. Saturday here at bruce field first game of the normal season. And you have a new team coming in that. I've never heard of until. I saw him when schedule. Asa miami real quick before we get into the normal stuff. Tell us a little bit about asa miami. Just as like a school. How they they've been around where where they from how they get on our schedule. So know institution actually have two schools and the brooklyn campus and they have the miami campus and they are in jc w team competed through legit teams. So i know in the past. We've had some just trying to fill a non conference schedule. it's hard is. There's not teams in our area. So we we went up plans of prep schools from tom. Tom and those top schools would try to appreciate those guys plants when we need them to but if we can find other teams to play we want to you know going back to last year. We had scheduled georgia military dodge city trying to get in. Jc teams obviously covert. Knock that out so just trying to reach out Trying to find another team to play that was the jc team. Miami had a open spot on their on their schedule and so we were able to fill that with them and they're used to traveling because down in miami. It's a long ways to go just to get out the state of florida. Let alone another junior college team. So they play usually a big schedule of the east coast jaycees but obviously they they're looking forward to come in texas and playing a team from our conference so it was a little difficult to find much 'bout. Asa miami at checkout their twitter account one of the things it says is that. They're the only jew jew co- team in florida so like you said they've got to be used to travel They played this spring. Just lake. tv did only their seasoning. Go quite as well. They had a lot of cancellations. They didn't get the old schedule. Yeah also a lot of teams. They're playing east coast teams that they had on their schedule. Cancel you know a lot of teams on in that area of the country just with the pandemic everything going on. They just weren't able to field teams film students at the college so their season got shortened. All right so tell us what you know about. Asa miami the silver store the silver strimmer. Those don't know silver stores the silver storm so tell us a little bit about that. They are some athletic dudes. No not a of film like said out there on them but the bits that we have seen from them just you know defensively guys get after. They run their big upfront. They penetrate they're more of kind of penetrating defensive lines. That have more of a gap scheme if you know. They will give up a gap if they can get in the backfield. So we're gonna have our hands full upfront. They've got some safeties some linebackers at that run really well number twenty for them. Them's a big time ballplayer. He's in the box..
What Made Sweden's Asa Danielsson Fall in Love Wih Flamenco?
"It's a long way. From stockholm to seville but it never damped danielsson's lifelong enthusiasm for the fiery traditions of andalucia today. She teaches the art of flamenco dancing in between tour guiding in sweden and spain forsa welcome back to travel with rick. Steves thank you so hundred dish woman. Get all excited about flamenco. It's the opposite end of europe. It is that is for sure. I was a little girl. When somehow i picked up the flank existed. And when i went to spain for the first time with my mother i was six years old i told my mother i went to see flamenco and i saw these women and they were so strong and passionate and i decided i wanted to be flamingo as i had no idea what it meant but that dream i kept it alive through my whole childhood. I bought this little doll. You know with the polkadot dress and everything in plastic doll and headed a home. Like little alter and i knew that i was going to be a flamenco dancer. When i was big you were you. Were six year a little bit older than now. Yeah are you dancing. Or what fleming in your life today teaching performing i was the president of the swedish fleming society for some ten years of organized festivals of organized workshops. I've been tour manager of one of the most famous fleming dancers. All all that you can think of. I cannot think of any two more opposite. Cultures in a temperament kind of wave of sweden and southern spain is the heartland of flamenco. I think it's opposites attract and actually. Spain is the favourite countries of the swedes to visit to travel to. And why would that be. I think it's that got although this has. The son has the laid back Passionate lifestyle that you need a little doses of every year. Exactly exactly. maybe you don't wanna have all of it all the time. You want a little bit more structure and calm so you can go down and have it and then you go back to your normal senior regimentation efficiency.
Apple Fends off Chinese Attempt to Get Around App Tracking
"Revolt confirms cassia attack. The operators of the revival ransomware gang confirmed that they were responsible for the recent supply attack against cassia although code reference. It had already made this responsibility clear while individual attacks against msp's and other businesses had ransoms already detailed. the rival operators also announced. They would make a universal decrypt or for the attack available. If someone paid a seventy million dollar ransom the attackers claimed to have encrypted over a million systems and researchers believe thousands of organizations have been impacted. White house will attribute half neom exchange attacks according to deputy national security adviser for cyber emerging technology and neuberger. The white house will formally attribute the recent microsoft exchange server attacks expected to come the next few weeks microsoft and other security researchers have found evidence that the group is state sponsored and operating out of china with white house recognition of this hinting that a more overt national response is on the way neuberger also praised the agencies work with microsoft to quickly release a one click tool to patch the server issues taking impacted exchange service from one hundred forty thousand to less than ten in a week. Cyber reinsurance rates. See a spike. According to the london-based reinsurance broker willis re international in july. The company saw forty percent jump in renewal rates as companies look for help in the recovery process from increasingly common ransomware attacks. This comes as the cyber insurance industry itself is getting shakeup with provider. Asa backing away. From ransomware insurance products and france considering banning ransomware insurance on the grounds that encourages attackers premiums for insurance offerings are also increasing as providers are now realizing the exposure many companies face in cybersecurity apple caused chinese tracking bluff. Several large chinese technology companies like by tencent and by dan's attempted to use a chinese advertising. Id or see a. Id as a work around for user tracking on ios when users opted out of letting developers access apple's identifier for advertisers logic. Being that if the major chinese at publishers all force the standard apple would be in the know win situation in the market however apple continued to block app updates attending to use the ca with the financial times of sources. Now saying see. I has lost support and the whole project has largely failed to gain traction
The Arrowverse Finally Has a Replacement for Arrow's Oliver Queen
"Just want to have some talk about the d.c. Cw verse lineup. Whatever recalling it these days. I know it's not their verse but i saw headline it said That painkiller was the new oliver queen. Now so so you watched the show do you. Do you agree with that Not really i know. I know twenty talking about nichols screen screenwriter article or something like that or maybe it was. I can't remember who wrote it. But i did read that piece and i did watch painkiller and about the only similarities between oliver and and khalil is their booth really now because khalil This was horsey. He left free line and ended up in custody valley and so basically grace and anisa ended up there in on their honeymoon and so but apparently the reason why khalil ended up with with a boatload of money was he and his compatriots found an old Vault from the asa and were able to to acquire those funds and use that basically Set up their their new lifestyle in this new in this new city.
US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Businesses. Showdown between Arkansas lawmakers and the state's governor is over and a law banning gender confirming treatments and surgery. Transgender youths set to go on the books. CBS is Allison Keyes, Republican controlled Senate and House easily voted to override Governor Asa Hutchinson's veto of the bill. Republican governor acted amid opposition from pediatricians Social worker's appearance of transgender youth who said it hurt a community already at high risk for depression and suicide The day Seo Yoo says it will challenge the law before it's set to take effect
Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Bill focused on transgender young people. Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments for transgender youth. His decision came after pleas from pediatricians, social workers and parents of trans youth opposed to the measure that the CBS is Jim. Her solo lawmakers in Arkansas, though, can override the governor's veto by a simple majority numbered Harvard Group of
GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates
"Some states are dropping their mask mandates despite a direct plea from president biden to renew the orders. Mississippi governor tate reeves tweeted quote. No thank you. Mr president in response to mr biden's request citing declining case numbers in his state. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson is leading. The state's mask mandate expired today. Although masks will still be required in some venues
Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth
"The arkansas state senate has passed a bill that would ban gender affirming care to transgender minors including hormones and puberty blockers if republican governor asa hutchinson signs. The bill arkansas will become the first state to ban gender affirming care to trans youth chase strange deputy director for transgender justice at the aclu's and hiv project. Denounce the bill. As quote the single most extreme anti trans law to ever pass through a state legislature.
Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban
"Governor Asa Hutchinson has signed a bill that bans transgender girls and women from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Jacqueline Frohlich with member station K U A E F says Arkansas will join Mississippi as the first states to enact such laws. After signing the bill, Governor Hutchinson issued a statement claiming girls and women should be free to compete without interference from any quote student of the male sex. A reference to transgender girls and women, he asserts the law is needed to level the playing field in women's sport. Arkansas trance activists worry the new law will lead to genital checks during required sport physicals. Arkansas lawmakers are also expected to pass a bill barring gender affirming medical care for trans youth, with the exception of psychological counseling. For NPR News. I'm Jacqueline Froelich and fade. Phil.
Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban into law
"Northam. NPR NEWS, The Republican governor of Arkansas has signed a law that bans transgender women and girls from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the move. On Thursday, Arkansas became the second state to enact such restrictions. Representatives from medical and child welfare groups say the law will have
Earth Hour 2021 Shines a Virtual Spotlight on the Natural World
"Urged to mark earth hour on saturday earth our is an initiative of wwf the world wildlife fund which started in two thousand seven eight thirty on saturday. Turn off the lights. Silver dog and think of nature wildlife and by diversity and the threats which they all face this year because across the world. Most of us are under lockdown. Wwf he's launching. A video asks everyone to share that video on saturday to send it varley across the world to raise awareness of the damage that we are doing to our environment. The effect not damages having not only on the climate but on our health our food supplies and ultimately on asa viable long before survival becomes an megyn issue. The world will become an uncomfortable and dangerous place to live if we don't take action.
"asa" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"Whom i place my fave and how i had come to believe as i do for the next hour i had the great privilege of telling this orthodox jewish men how i had found jesus who would have thought a little dog could pave the way for such an opportunity with orca perhaps some day he will disguise his tassels and places. Faith in god not in its Own.
House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package
"Is on the way $1400 for many Americans with the passage of the American rescue plan, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, reacting to the plan on CBS's face the Nation. While there's many good things about it is too large, and we've got to make sure the states have flexibility. The nearly $2 trillion relief bill was signed into law last week by President Biden with no Republican votes in Congress.
Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy
"NEWS BRIEF. The economy seems poised for a shot in the arm of its own, with Americans bullish about its prospects both nationally and locally amid the covert 19 pandemic that, according to a new CBS News poll, director of surveys Anthony Salvato on Face the Nation. People tell us that they think this bill is going to help them. Personally, That's always important as well as of course, the national economy, So the bill is a done deal. Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson says he wishes it had not passed. There's great investments in there. Why there's Republican opposition well is just simply too large.
Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law
"Arkansas governor. Asa hutchinson on tuesday signed into law legislation banning all abortions in the state a sweeping measure that supporters hope will force the us supreme court to revisit its landmark roe v wade decision but opponents vowed to block before it takes effect later this year. The republican governor had expressed reservations about the bill which only allows the procedure to save the life of the mother and does not provide exceptions for those impregnated in an active rape or incest. Arkansas is one of at least fourteen states. Swear legislators have proposed outright abortion bans this year hutchison said he was signing the bill because of its overwhelming legislative support and my sincere and long-held pro-life convictions. The bands were pushed by republicans. Who want to force the. Us supreme court to revisit. Its nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy three roe. V wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide conservatives believed the court is more open to striking down the decision following former president. Donald trump's three appointments to the court must abolish abortion in this nation just as we abolished slavery in the nineteenth century. All lives matter republican senator jason reports. The bill's sponsor said in a statement. The legislation won't take effect until ninety days off to the majority republican legislature adjourns. This year's session abortion rights supporters. Say they plan to challenge the banning court before then. The american civil liberties union of arkansas called the ban cruel and unconstitutional.
Asylum Seekers Are Allowed Into U.S. For Their Day In Immigration Court
"Now, the odds for asylum seekers are long. But the courts are so slow that he may live in the United States for years awaiting his court date. So the Biden administration's new policy just changed. Manfredo is life. The story is different for other people behind him, including some people in the camp. He just left. NPR's John Burnett was at that camp this week and is on the line. John what you find Steve Well, the most infamous refugee camp on the US Mexico border is almost empty. A month ago, it was teeming with more than 600 migrants. And today there are only a few dozen people left. Now it's looking like a deserted shanty town. With all these colorful camping tents flapping in the Gulf breeze and no one's inside them. City workers are hauling out great piles of garbage and personal belongings. U. S immigration agents began processing the folks there first, in part because so much international intention was focused on this wretched camp with its snakes, mosquitoes and mud. Ah, so that explains why Manfredo was so quickly able to cross the border. But who are the people who have not been able to cross? Well, they're mostly Central American migrants have already lost their asylum cases. One of them is Donny Lopez Rossa, a 28 year old Honduran. Had been to the can't many times over the past two years, and I'd met with him before, and boy did he have a rough time? The first time I met him, he was lying in his tent recovering from a vicious mugging. His face was a swollen mass of bruises. Gangsters had tried to extort him. Barasa is still there because the U. S immigration judge didn't believe his story that he fled Honduras to escape the thugs there. And the corrupt police in his country. And then now he's lost his appeal so that ASA says the mood there is bittersweet. He says there's sadness because he and others were left behind. But there's happiness because so many have been able to leave and finally get into the US. Why is he remaining in that awful camp, though? Well process says he believes God will still deliver him across the border. If the Biden administration will have mercy on people like him who suffered in that camp for so long, and the camp has been there for nearly two years, and you know, close relationships have been forged in adversity. Some people fell in love, including PAGASA. Come in, come in, he says. I was with my girlfriend for more than a year. She and her daughter crossed the border last Friday. She didn't want to go without me. She cried and cried and cried, but I had to convince her that she had to
Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview
"Nothing to talk about that came of course in the job between chelsea united unsurprisingly the media picked up shell. Strange postmatch interview polluting. That was luke. Shaw coming out and saying the. He heard the referee towel harry. Maguire the couldn't give the penalties the penalty because it recalls too much controversy. Power mcguire has come out and said show misheard anyway. My saying all of this leads up to social saying well. The referee didn't give the game gave the penalty because everyone hates manchester united now. The referee admits it couldn't give it because it would cause too much of a fuss and the also admitted that the chelsea website behind everything bad. That's happening man just united at the moment. Because it's then who said. Keep an eye on harry. Maguire and this man united lot because they might give away a penalty dawn. How do we dissect all of this while. I mean where you wanna stop. I would say look bang out of voter. The players and the referee sites which should be strictly confidential in referee sites plaza and players of communication referees. On the pitch not shouldn't get anywhere near in my opinion into an interview after the game. They've got to keep quiet. No good for the game whatsoever. But then you go into all ec enough to the gunman hayes. Massively deflected away from yet. Another poor performance against help six. The only goal scored. Monday united was in russian against tottenham when they lost six waterproof not being quite dire so i think as a clutch and massively done. We'll talk about this running against the the big six minute. But i just want to go back to something that i think we've ever actually discussed on this show steven considering we discussed everything like an unwritten rule. Basically what referees and players say to each other than shouldn't be exposed to the media heard that before knob sister ray thing to do i don't i don't think we'll see is not a referee alive. He's going to tell to a player. And say i didn't give a decision because it could be controversial. I mean that is just ridiculous. Listen i've been. I've been playing and coaching for thirty years. And football and referees matan good ones average ones a lot of incompetent ones. But i'll tell you what they're all honest and they'll make decisions the time they don't go around looking at websites and thank could be a keep me on penalty decision that i'm not going to get because that's what all the time i mean. Just don't don't kid yourself as absolute nonsense and look shaw. You watch the video lou. Shaw as even in the camera. He's behind the referee. The goal at the back of his head to show shawl thanks he had then is beyond me and thankfully highly mcguire chemo and said as much which leads us to the next point which is so bringing this up because surely he should've rectify things on made sure everything was one hundred percent right before he then goes and and spill to the fire by bringing again in the post match interview. All right. let's say for sake of argument. That indeed only gonna so. Scar is checking now. The websites of all the teams in the premier league and how they're influencing the referees. And what that may do against medicine. Let's let's just assume that that's this is what he's doing as far as preparing his team or his own preparation for the game. Why would you come on and say that in public. Will you tell the world that you care about the chelsea website. And what their material is. How does that make you look asa manager. How desperate insecure paranoid does that make you look that. You are concerned about whatever's going on in chelsea website who's running the chelsea website. And what do you care about that. This is honestly of all the things that you can bring up with managers. This is the one that i'm just kinda like. Why do you care. This have to do anything. We whatever's going on on the field and that's your responsibility. What goes on on the field. You can control but this the lusa website is a problem. That's another issue to stevie show has obviously told all that straight after the game yet. You know unless. I can assure you you don't listen to what please tell you. After again. the runner genders thought. So what happened in the game and and the majority of them don't really know again and won. T believe that things and that's exactly what shows done. He wants to believe that should ref said so. He's decided so then he goes and tells these manager after the game. And that's why only staying on the on the interview because all these not saying unless luke shaw has actually told them so shows the one that's all i don't necessarily think the all is because he genuinely tame believed what shows told them but there should be a lesson
U.S. Officials Warn Governors Against Easing Restrictions
"The country, but federal officials worry that it could be stalling out health officials. Urging people not to relax their use of masks and social distancing as more vaccines become available. States and cities, meanwhile, have been gradually lifting restrictions in recent weeks and Arkansas the governor says all public health mandates for businesses. Become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member Station K. You A F reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues and other businesses. Directives included enforcement too, and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon Following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe and their employment if people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he is prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses. For NPR NEWS. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. President Biden is back in Washington
Healing The Child Within
"Levels on your spiritual awakening but going back to the topic today. I wanna talk about the healing of the inner child because he the inner child is so very important. Because everything that you've experienced as a child no matter how bad it was. How good it was the inbetween. You have experienced many things as a child that you were as you were growing up and it can affect you to date so if you feel as if you are holding back or a few are having a hard time really stepping into your power if you're not allowing yourself to really shine your light and put yourself out there man do more of which you know deep within you are meant to do. Usually that comes from things that you've experienced asa child so he looked in. Our child is really really important. Because i get it. I mean our adult mind thinks rational and when you think about certain things that you've experienced as a child you may think yeah makes sense. You know why it happened the way it did and what's going on. What not but you see the things your your child mind because your inner child your younger self is still part of you right. It has never left. It's just you grew up but in our child is still part of you so your child mind part within you that still that child does not understand right because all timelines they kind of come together so your younger self your future self your current self. It's all want you all are one. You all are part of each other right so you adult mind may think about something had happened when you were a child and it make sense why it happened away. I did ride why you couldn't do certain things a why you experienced the things that you experience or whatnot but your child self your younger self amine. At that time it didn't understand right. So let's say you're of your parent walked out on you. What now you as adults self. You may understand why your dad or your mom didn't spend much time with you why they did walk out on you or whatnot. Maybe now you understand your from the rational thinking you understand but that child self of you that experienced the agony the pain the disappointment the abandonment of losing their parent. It doesn't right so like i said you may understand it intellectually but there's part with immune still deeply hurt and scared and it can affect you today. Let's say your parents have gone through divorce right. May than a child. You may have taken on the belief that well marriages don't last. You know so even though now you know better because you've seen it you have friends and other family members who have been married for years but still the child part within you at younger self still knows the pain that you experienced when your parents were going through a divorce so no matter what shakespeare s a chop anything that was somewhat on the negative side effect that you as a child and it also affects you today because at that moment when it happened when your child it imprinted certain believe certain emotions onto you and now as you're trying to put yourself out as you're trying to go about creating the life that you want a wakeham spur tally and really trying to
"asa" Discussed on AP News
"Sign up for that more protests in Russia this weekend. Activists say police detained more than 5100 protesters across the country on Sunday alone, they're demanding the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News. I'm Julie Walker, Bernie Sanders infamous Inauguration Mittens, which became instant means are the gift that keeps on giving. The mittens are in such demand Creator John Ellis, who stopped making them had to find a partner. I'm actually at Vermont, Teddy, they're teaching. Designer how to make them and the Vermont schoolteacher sent them to Senator Sanders five years ago and just heard from him after they took on a life of their own. It was like talking to an old friend. Honestly, I've never met him before, and he called me and I was nervous. Alice is grateful. That means they're making people laugh and marvels at the facts. Andrews is so skilled at never losing a mitten people. Where's the walking all the time? Don't know what his strategy is for not losing his big Vermont Teddy Bear says a portion of mittens. Sale's proceeds will go to the local make a wish. Charity. I'm Julie Walker. The mittens are in such demand creator Jen Ellis, who stopped making them had to find a partner. I'm actually at Vermont Teddy Bear teaching. Designer how to make them and the Vermont school teacher sent them to Senator Sanders five years ago and just heard from him after they took on a life of their own. It was like talking to an old friend. Honestly, I've never met him before, and he called me and I was nervous. Alice is grateful. That means they're making people laugh and marvels at the facts. Andrews is so skilled at never losing a mitten Pete, Where's the walking all the time? Don't know what his strategy is for not losing his big Vermont Teddy Bear says a portion of mittens. Sale's proceeds will go to the local make a wish Charity. I'm Julie Walker Governor Asa Hutchinson says. If he were her constituents, I would not vote for her. Green promotes Cuban on conspiracy theories and has advocated violence against Democrats and the FBI. I don't think we ought to punish people From a disciplinary standpoint of party standpoint, because they think something a little bit different, But Senator Bernie Sanders says that's something to rethink. This is something that Republican Party has got to deal with. Your comments were made on ABC this week. I'm Julie Walker. AP News for Friday January 29th I'm Tim McGuire, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says coronavirus cases and deaths remain high. We continue to have over four times the daily number of cases as we have over the summer. Public health experts are also wary of the variance of the virus that have been emerging Be sarcoma. Ghani has the story, Dr Anthony Fauci says. It's just what viruses do. But they can on Lee mutate. If they spread getting people vaccinated as quickly and as efficiently as you possibly can will always be the best way to prevent the further evolution of any mutant. So far, Fauci says existing vaccines are effective against the variance from the UK, Brazil and South Africa. The drug makers should be ready to tweak the vaccines to stay ahead of the virus. This is a wake up call to all of US soccer mahogany Washington. Johnson and Johnson says the company's single dose vaccine has produced encouraging results in recent testing. It hopes it will be approved soon for emergency use in the U. S. President Biden says he's willing to move ahead on his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package with or without congressional Republicans. Choice couldn't be clear. We have learned from past crises. The risk is not doing too much. Risk is not doing enough. Senate Democrats.
How Netskope is Refining Edge Security
"Today we have sanjay beri. He is the ceo and co founder of netscape sanjay. Welcome to the show. Thank you great to be here all right so we always give all of our guests an opportunity to tell us exactly what their company does. Your the ceo and founder of netscape. What do you guys do absolutely so. Our focus is making sure that organizations enterprises across the world can leverage the new way people work remote for example and do it securely star focuses protecting enterprises from threats theft of data while enabling them to work the way they want to liberty in cloud leveraging the internet working remote in so on and so our category as making would call. It is something called secure access services edge. It's a redefinition of the market of data security to a new cloud security edge. All right so. Explain that to me without using the your industry buzzwords. Because i think this because i'll i'll let me frames up my perspective on this. I've worked at different companies. Or let's say remote i so or maybe they're even cloud native i so we didn't really depend too much on too much. Enterprise security everyone just kind of logged into public cloud. If they were developers they would have me. Vpn are asa access. So that would get them to their development instances so there's a lot of audience that doesn't quite understand exactly why enterprises needs connectivity. Security solutions like netscape kind of framing for me like what's happening in the marketplace. What's happening with your customers. And why products and services like yours are needed to begin with totally totally so just if you step back. The single biggest market insecurity people spend close to thirty billion dollars a year on. Is this market call data network security and what is that. It's the stuff that you heard of like wham. Gateways firewalls data. Loss systems proxies. They're all boxes Somewhere near network so biggest. market insecurity. the problem. There's problems with that market. The world has moved on meaning one sixty seven percent of people work remote and people don't want to go back and bp another corporate network anymore they want to go straight to the internet straight to cloud and so one. The location of those boxes wrong It's forcing inefficiencies performance problems too much expense and so people are saying. Wait a minute. I don't want these boxes. Mike perimeter. I want this edge in the cloud. Where no matter where i am. I have great fast access to my resources in. I have this security on ramp right that is everywhere in the world and you know with us. Fifty milliseconds away from anybody in the world doesn't matter what country would city and is this virtual clouded so one the change in the way that people are working remote partners accessing things assessing the change in location if your security in this market to the language has changed and so important point every ten years maybe fifteen. The language of the internet changes so reality is remember way back when paolo to networks came out and and they said hey we're going to beat cisco juniper and all these folks and it's because the language internet has changed it's all about application identification. The reality is that that has happened again. Ten years later and now the world and the language and internet is. Api's it's j. It's you that's how applications are built. The internet is built and so as a result all those systems that you spend thirty billion on that. Sit in the wrong location. They don't understand the language. And so i'll give you this great example. Send with his so and she said to me. Hey sanjay Okay is about four years ago. she goes I got these systems. I got these proxies. I got this firewall. In what more do i need. And i said what are they telling you. And she goes water all their bill. You know five or cave data amazon. And i go to her will. What are you gonna do with that. I mean i don't know a quarter of the internet goes goes to actually. I don't know what to do that. And i go well. It speaks the wrong language stickers in sticks his in and i our system tells her actually that guys on slack gonna public channel sending credit card by the way it is fighting. Mccabe data amazon. They're both right and i go. What do you want which one she goes. I want the second one data this point. The language internet changed and so this concept of mexico is put your security where you want in the virtual edge no matter where people work there and speak the language that the internet speaks so you can set in protect your data in a much better way to. That's a short summary for you.
"asa" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge
"Which which changes there there is usually entity even if they never touch it again, it's j changes something in inside. South road is clearly bent Israel now he's. Multiple Times he's he's been ill multiple times up I. Think. The problem is. Is. Obviously, all these programs are important and bring have been doing it for. My whole professional life but the the the problem is, who is it? Was Martin Kramer in the Bushwick. Magazine, while ago, who identified is that as Americans have become just less institutionally religious connected. Souther becoming less Jewish and so the people like Seth Rogan's. Clearly rich religion like I want a religious. Religion is silly in any context. So why would I care so? Even. It doesn't seem safe from where I'm looking. Yeah. Completely characterizes as a as a religious aspect right and I think our security security and god of. Israel. God Hong cost as we say but when it comes to Israel and they look at it, they don't necessarily make an identification with Israelis, Israelis as as a as a people, right? Even when it to Israel a lot of times they're they're they're connecting to. The religious right or not. Connecting to the religious or not as symbols like the code like the Western Wall Kotel. Or the having a great time hiking. But that doesn't necessarily write it up like so okay. So they have a better understanding. Okay. But place I go place I out a little bit more of a connection but they don't they still like mine and those people aren't. Yeah. In other words, it's still a religious still stays within a religious Religious category for them and I'm not religious. So it's not really it's not really. There on where the Reagan the world it depends on what you don't know who who was is that. You don't like. The the. For sure. The one of a someone I. Don't know if you guys have in. He was when he was a Director Hill for a long time I believe and he has this whole. That's very famous that he gives like a table and he just said Judaism's out of religion. And so that is something that that I think has sunk in with the. Sort of. Your foundational approach of or educational approach, of Hillel, of Birthright of meet major organizations that are touching thousands of students. And I think I think that's really helpful. I think that's really because I. I for one. Don't believe that my students returned thinking that after after birthright don't don't return believing that. Okay. Now, Judaism just a religion I. Think they see all different side of what they're what this could be for them. So I would I'm sure they do I'm sure they get that inkling what I, what I found in the classroom and gap year students for like going for year as you're talking about the most affiliated, the most educated. A, still struggle with that idea at the end of the year I mean Israel, for a year I would put it a little differently conceptually, very hard for them. Yeah. Our approval differently and I'm agreeing with you but I just let different perspective I think you'll have a masters in education. I don't. So tell me if I'm wrong but. It seems to me that. Once. told us how much do you remember from High School? Really remember terms of details. You want to get students to love the thing and you want them to have big ideas that they remember because the details everybody forgets the details from school and somehow when it comes to Israel. Education. The big ideas that students are left with is Jews connected to Israel because of God and the Holocaust. And I don't know if that's a north. American Jewish education problem about Israel education you have the story always comes down to and this is I've seen this with acccident. I've seen this also not deduct students. They understand that it's the promised land from God to Abraham whether they believe that or not, and the understand that it was created because of the Holocaust. which isn't even true. Whether you believe it or not. So so there are these these contentious weird little mini things that they come out with is the big picture. I don't know how to change that at the point when they get to college because they've spent their whole life. With this. Weird. Narrative of Israel, which isn't Israel's self narrative. It's certainly not what the Declaration of Independence is. Certainly Not Hertzel said it's certainly not what Ben Gurion said. It's a big and said it's not. and. I don't know how to fix that or address that or. that. You, you hit it on the nose I. Think. I think the most successful students that I've seen. Colleges come. Come in with that and having an open enough mind to listen to their peers and and and you know other you know professionals or speakers that we bring in and. Are Open for the shift and are open to understanding and affiliating with Israel and with their Jewish identity and a much broader sense. But it's very hard. You've seen success have but I have seen like there there there's groups there's group. But the most accessible students are the ones who are able to break out of that I think and I think that also we have to keep in mind that the education that's happening with the later years right the college years or post college years versus what's happening in high school. And before that. Different. People different approach different. Understanding an idea of what they're doing and why they're doing it completely. So, something's not in tandem here. Right I think adding. Whether it's North American educator even here in Israel I think they're there. We've become comfortable with the model that isn't working properly and we have to. Consider a paradigm. Shift. Yet. But are you are you optimistic about the endeavor of educating? Gaspara jury. Says with three minutes left in the. Am some days I'm less so I think. I hope I. Hope that the more. American culture. Prize prides itself on on minorities which I see it happening more and more these days I hope that Jews. Themselves will will feel a stronger connection to their own identity and feel like they can sort of be louder and louder about that, and I think that's where the hope lies right now I would say. Because there is a push towards. Individuality that's it's not like you have to this all American person anymore it's almost not cool to be that all American anymore. So I hope that that is that's what pushes. Jewish identity and Jewish affiliation forward I I can see happening. Well. There's nothing we love more than ending an episode with a reasonable rational sustainable optimism. Is Hard as that is sometimes to find. That was perfect. Usually the try to give one of those at the end of the episode I think I can't. Do that. It's very nice to meet you and I would say It's always. You can tell pretty quickly in a conversation with somebody. Even, if they work at education, sometimes you talking to somebody who may or may not really be an educator that's where they work. But layouts pleasure talking to somebody who is clearly a fellow educator and thank you for your perspective and insight for your work and good luck. You move forward. Thanks to keep in touch with us. If you have things that you think we should be sharing with our students. Okay and thank you Allan Thank you. Thank you Leo. Leo You don't have to hang up, but I am going to stop the recording because this is the end of the episode Bye Bye..
"asa" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge
"It was like, okay you are on a journey to discover who you are in many different realms I am i. Find that my you know I feel the my responsibilities to help you sort of seek out the Jewish identity piece of yourself because they're going to be seeking out other pieces of their identity in different ways on campus on there for years and so that's my role as hill professional and so I was always asking myself. Okay. Well. So what can I do to help this individual person progress in their Jewish identity in some way? So that could be. Now this person should go on birthright and it could be that this person should. I. Should encourage attention about dinners or could be I should encourage them to go. Hiking with a group of students like it it's it's an individual thing rate is like you have to get to know the person, which is why he'll professional anthill conferences. It's very encouraged to go on coffee dates the first time to really know your students. And then once you know the individual student now you know hopefully, really know how to direct them and say, okay, well, maybe this is interesting in the of interest to you and this might be of interest to you. And then you know I've seen students start from a place. They of maybe no knowledge at all and they ultimately become the pro proud Israel's Zionist advocates that you know we all want them to be. But not everyone it doesn't. It doesn't always work that. Or should it I mean you're talking educationally how do I help this particular student? You know achieve their potential. That's a very that's a very that breaks down student by student. And so it becomes complicated. I just want to. You did mention that that things. You said and maybe a I don't remember exactly where it's but you said that there are always these people who protest Israel things on campus and then you said will protests hill things on campus do you mean hello things in general or at Rutgers Anything Hilo does even if it's not related to Israel people who test. At record specifically, we didn't. The only protest against Hilo that we had as as Hillary a Jewish. Home on campus was actually. Done by the Students who were part of if not now. which is like a left-wing Jewish organization. They protest the hill itself. But. We didn't have any non Jewish students for what? What was if not now protesting however? I think existing. Thank you I it was such a long. I, think it was around. Frustration I think they were frustrated that there were certain speakers and certain events that. That hello would just not not be okay hosting in the building and I think that was frustrating them or you had the whole open hill you had the whole pillow, right? Before. If not, now, you had the open hill movement where a the that was a huge controversy in like coming out of swarthmore college and there was. A few that tried to D. I don't know how you call the Fund Hill and open open. Hill. But I I was I was Thinking when you're talking about. Really how how challenging Jewish identity is Yup and and how much resign ionised. So we've built you know we believe in Jewish identify being built around Israel, but for a kid growing up in America. Who doesn't necessarily come from Zionist background or or unevenness strict strong Israel background. whereas. Strong. Jewish back I like the those could be very Does, this can be very confusing things and very challenging things. And at just the fact you said, okay. Well, I know that this person has Chabad. Sort of Chabad birthright like those are all things like you know it's a very It's very confusing because here you have religious ritual, you know national identity. You know cultural like you saying, shall Shuka all kinds of blended in and I think that that's a big challenge of of Jewish density today. Certainly certainly on American college campuses. So in looking at you what what I wanted to represent myself as a Jew, how do that to people? And my Ju- likes to go show about services by the Jews as you say, going to stand up on the soapbox about Israel, the Jew who? IS GOING TO FIGHT Bay Fisher Shuka, which is actually. I think maybe one of the strongest. Draw there's always To be such a such a committed vegetarian. Yeah. Yes I think one I mean on that note. So, how do you know what my question is? How do you negotiate that? Like how do you go shakedown on campus? As an educator as a student yet as as an educator like you and your position that was like a tough the teams like it was a really tough position like how do you? What do you work with that and I, guess you have to be. In. The class I'm the classroom it's really easy for me. I get to talk theoretical but you're sitting. Right next to people and saying, okay, I want to help you that's Not. Not Simple thing. I think. I think the first and probably most important thing and and what I'm talking about now is more more. So unaffiliated students as opposed affiliated because affiliated students already usually come in with some kind of strong Jewish identity whether that's you know I went to reform summer camp or I. You know I've been modern Orthodox, my whole life so. I'm not really talking about those people I'm talking about more of the unaffiliated students that come I think part of it is is helping them recognizing identified that you know you are part of this. Really agent is. Know family. which is connected to a culture and a nation in a land and. All of these things and You know. You have four years here. On campus to sort of figure out who you are, and this is a part of who you are and so I am what I am offering you is a chance to sort of explore that a little bit and understand what that means. Right because most of them don't even understand what that means. Most of them just have been trying to avoid it their whole life because someone laughed at them when they were in I, don't know when they were in. Fourth, grade. Through money at them I mean I've had stories like that were unaffiliated students. We'll come and say, well, like all the Italians of my school always like throughout antisemitic remarks towards me, and so I just kind of just gave it up like it wasn't something that I even wanted to take. Breaking that boundary of like you know Judaism can be fun. You know you're Li, could could be meaningful to you. It could be relatable. It could be you know it doesn't have to be like I, don't know I think a lot of in America especially, there's these stereotypes and it's like you know woody Allen this like nerdy Jewish like Seinfeld. Cool. And that's also something that's that's complicated to come back sometimes..