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Endrow Metelus of Favela Boys Apparel Describes His Journey From Haiti to the US
"Can you share your story, the story behind your journey from Haiti to the United States and how your experience growing up in various communities have influenced your part? Obviously, I see that the focus of your organization is to try to change a conversation from the inner city being as it is portrayed out there in a positive light. Look at the illustration in the back of this shirt, of this t -shirt. This is really amazing. I love what you just said earlier. We're talking about this young man, for example, in the inner city. It's just to portray the environment, the mood in that very environment to tell a story, basically. Correct me if I am wrong, but while you're describing your journey from Haiti to the United States and how your experience in all this community has affected or influenced your view, your perspective to this point, can you please also integrate what I just shared, what you just shared about this young man, please? Correct. Pretty much born and raised in Haiti. I live in Port -au -Prince, the biggest city in Haiti. We live in Port -au -Prince. At some point, there was a coup d 'etat that happened. I ended up living in a farm for a couple of years. I've had that experience, living on a farm, 100 acres of land with mules, taking showers in the lake. Wait a minute. Why did you come to the United States, man? The coup d 'etat, the mules, everything, 100 acres. I live in a farm, doing the farmland, and I live in the city. Eventually, I was one of the lucky ones. Haiti, the life and experience of Haiti, there wasn't a lot of opportunity. I was one of the lucky ones to be able to migrate to the United States. The first place I landed was Brooklyn, Crown Heights back in the 90s, 96 to be exact. If anyone was in Brooklyn, not the Brooklyn of today, Brooklyn back in 96, you understand it wasn't the Brooklyn of today, the Brooklyn of gentrification Brooklyn that we know. I had to go ahead. I didn't speak any English. I had to learn the language. I had to learn the language. At the same time, I was also an outsider because it's so new to me, so I had to be outside trying to understand the culture as well, understand the culture, understand the language. Eventually, I moved to Queens, Hollis, Queens to be exact. Same thing, it's a whole different culture. Even though it's still New York, there's a different culture there. It's more residential, but still the inner city at the same time. Start to learn a little bit more English to communicate with friends, start making more friends because I can speak now instead of being, because when you don't speak English, you just analyze it. You're just observing because you don't speak the language. You can't communicate with other people unless they speak your language. It actually is a gift because you're just analyzing everything. You're just learning everything. You're just trying to understand everything. Then once you're able to communicate, now you start talking about music, films, and so on and so forth. Then eventually, when they hit 1999, I moved to the suburbs of Philadelphia, right outside of Philadelphia, right outside of the city. That was a shock as well because I'm going to school where, when I was in New York, some of the kids had the clothes, the fashion and everything, some of them. Most didn't. When you go to where I went to the suburbs, all the kids, they turned 16, they got brand new cars. It's true. They got Mercedes. Everybody's looking fresh. It was a whole different thing. It was very different. It was more focused on education. You talk about college, university. These are conversations. I didn't even know what college was when I was in New York. I didn't even know what high school was when I was in New York. When you go to the suburbs, that's the conversation you were having. That's the conversation. Is there a difference? There's a huge difference. Oh, really? A huge difference because when you're in the suburbs, the kids are talking about what college we're going to. What did you get in the SATs? That's the focus. The focus is that. Because most of the parents are white collar doctors, lawyers, or pretty much doing well. They wanted to make sure their kids have the skill set to continue that path moving forward. That's also all these things. From Haiti to New York, the inner city, to the suburbs. I had a taste of everything. It's so easy for me to get along with pretty much everyone. I'm able to do that over the world because I travel a lot as well. I love it. I love it being able to have all these different experiences. That's pretty much how I came with this whole clothing brand.
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"Lives on today. Tomorrow a new documentary debuts on Showtime called Thriller 40 which looks at the creation of the iconic album. This is really very focused on the making of that album. How it all came together with Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones and a lot of very talented musicians also picking in. So this documentary features interviews with people who worked on the album, also artists who are very very influenced by it like Usher and Mary J Blige. That is Vulture critic Jen Cheney who joined us earlier. Thriller is still the best selling album of all time, 70 million worldwide. copies A passionate University of Michigan graduate is suing state the over the loss of his revered Go Blue car license plate. Go Blue of course is the battle cry Common greeting among Wolverine fans, Joseph Hartig III of Detroit says the plate has been on the family vehicles for years got and it he from his dad but he was told it was assigned to another car owner when he tried to renew it. Hartig asking is a judge to block the state from giving the plate to an Ann Arbor man who's also a University of Michigan grad and lives just minutes from the football stadium. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Steve Dresner joins us. That's all heard I was Thriller my freshman year in college at AU. It's all I heard. It's all I can say. Great song. Moving on, we're going to start with college basketball. Maryland begins their Big Ten Conference play tonight at 5 -1 Indiana for
Unpacking the Connection Between Mental Health and Money With James Leveque
"Tonight, I'm talking to talk to him, Jay, Mr. James Levesque, and we're just chopping it about mental health and money management and all that good stuff because I think it's connected. Let's not forget healing, too. That part. Yeah. Because, you know, you know, it's interesting when you bring up healing because some people have to heal their relationship with money. Right. Right. So if you've ever been broke. Yeah, I've been there. If you came from poverty. I've been there. Will Smith had talked about, you know, even though he has reached a certain level of financial wellness, still really acting as if he was poor. Right. Right. And so some of the decisions we can make around our money, especially even not wanting to invest it or even save it, can be connected to our relationship with money. We need to heal that relationship. So speaking of that, what's your how would you describe your relationship with money now? It's it's healing. You know, I mean, I know front is healing. You know, I mean, because once, you know, like I come from, you know, I was born in Port -au -Prince, Haiti. You know, I mean, and that's all my Asians out there. So if I say I say, you know, and it's crazy because, you know, like my mom's past when I was like younger, you know, I mean, and she was like a traveler. She used to go from she used to get goods from like the Dominican Republic and be able to sell it out there in Haiti. Right. And then on one of her runs, you know, she was like nine months pregnant and then, boom, she had me. So I was actually born in D .R. and then but, you know, by Haitian by Haitian parents. And so my pops was actually telling me this, you know. So I would say, like, you know, my relationship with money is is like I come from poverty, but it's always like I always know, like, yo, like, like this, there's more. You know what I mean? I, you know, you remember, I don't know if you ever used to play this like, you know, that's my car. That's my car. That's my car. Yeah. You know what I mean? So, like, I remember when I was young, I used to be like, damn, man, like, look at all these fly cars over here. Like, how come how come we ain't got no fly cars? You know what I'm saying? How can we how can why we got to, you know, drive a little putt putt, you know what I'm saying? And, you know, just always wanting just always wanting to be better, just wanting something better. You know what I mean? So I would say, like, my relationship with money is just like, yo, J, like, it's out there. You can get it. It's healing. You know what I mean? And money is just it's a tool. You know what I'm saying? It's a tool that allows us to really, you know, maneuver and do what it is that we need to do. You know what I'm saying? We was talking about this previously about a job. You know what I mean? Most of the time people say they hate their job or any of these things. Honestly, man, like, I always feel like, yo, listen, think about the rethink about the time before you got that job, how you needed that job. That you know, being grateful is such is such a oh, my God. And it's an underrated practice because I think often we we don't realize how much we have. And not to say that things can't get better or there's not somebody else out there that's doing worse. But often we just don't really think about how grateful we should
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"Moving people and innovation forward. Steve Dresner joins us. That's all heard I was Thriller my freshman year in college at AU. It's all I heard. It's all I can say. Great song. Moving on, we're going to start with college basketball. Maryland begins their Big Ten Conference play tonight at 5 -1 Indiana for now. The 4 -3 Terps are remaining quite patient about their inconsistent start as noted by guard Jamir Young. Everything takes time. We'd rather happen now later than so just learning just taking a step by time by time step by step and just like trying to lead these young guys, making sure there's going to be ups and downs. Just got to stay level headed. Just be ready for the next one. That'll be a 7 o 'clock tip off at Bloomington to the NBA Wizards wrapping up their second straight game at Orlando with 7 o 'clock tip. Magic are really on a roll. They have won eight straight. Golf at the Hero World Challenge. Tiger Woods finished with a 70. Today's currently in 15th place, one over. It's Jordan Spieth and Scottie Scheffler top the leaderboard at 9 -under. Steve Drizner, WTOP Coming up on WTOP, breaking news concerning an investigation into a Montgomery County school principal accused of misconduct. George Santos is now a former congressman. It's 356. This report is sponsored by the Virginia DMV. Slow down because driving is no game. Speeding burns more gas and can cost you fines, legal fees, and even your license. You speed, you lose. A message from the Virginia DMV. Today, around 5 ,000 Americans will hear, you have cancer. At Pfizer, we won't rest until they hear the all -clear. See innovating how we're at Pfizer .com slash oncology. Pfizer, out due yesterday. When traffic takes a turn for the worse, you'll hear about it first on WTOP. Northbound 95 has been shut down in Maryland. Traffic updates every 10 minutes on the 8th. I heard it on WTOP. WTOP news. Facts matter. Finding great candidates to hire can be well, like, trying to find a needle in a haystack, but not with ZipRecruiter. Its powerful
A highlight from De Mont Saint-Michel bezoeken? Dit zijn mijn tips!
"Bonjour, je luiste with a podcast van Frankkreig Binedor, der website voor je ve gan sieen Frankkreig, mit insider tips, vlogs, roadtrips, Reisverar, ebooks, en nyke Buke, so as Frankkreig Binedor on daket aan wer de Frankkreig, that since 2019 at best voor koch de Reisbucke kauen hoeen, en in dese podcast nämeen Mee när de der Brundemoor Senn -Michel, en geewig een goude tip on de masse te vermeide, plus as bonus, a smart test van a omelette. Lauste de Mee, ik reer den is en hotel voor een overnachting mit a good restaurant, een pakkee plaats en oblobe aafstand van de Brundemoor Senn -Michel. Klinkt van Tastiestag, en dat isedag. Torek is oen de verpass när Britannje, socht ik en loke plaak van een overnachting. Een it lake meavav ik en s loke, om dat dumbe de Maung Senn -Michel, ob de Grans van Britannje en Normandy. Eet was a vie en teitgeleider dak een wasgeveest, een und dak een practice lanske van, ton een grichting roskov een Britannje reit, was ite moe underbraking van de Reis. Eeged er en hotel voor een overnachting mit a good restaurant, een pakkee plaats, en oblobe aafstand van de Brundemoor Senn -Michel. The plan was, on Smirnraas ronden Euro 3 aan te komme, so that the Norwegian state was en lope nar de Maung Senn -Michel te gaan. Een saavas dan in de drestaurant van de te teer legget eet, eet draapwap, nah bet, en de vollogte ochten topteit obstam, om de strom touriste voor te zijn. Een ue dat flikte, kun je heen naar hore. Eeg saa een niet heerme gan van mooijen mit de regge, story van de Maung Senn -Michel, ma dijs eega troog naar eet jaar so van de de nagt. Tunde biskhop au beer van avraans, een klein kapel op av een een laungje maung tombe in de bijleebau. Tat det eej, om dat de ARS eengel, mije alb, drikir een hem sauzein versgeen. De welten is van ARS eengel, mije alb, kun je op die versse plaeken op de heude Maung Senn -Michelsinge. Åver es peen ik oenen reverennt teeges de komme van een stadt, dat ee kapel op en beer eegen een bozwetgebout, ma dorren storren flutronte jaar neegel hondert, sau de baai is een on staan mit det eerland van de Maung. Ma fijt ist dat de dese plaekt du saan feelle hondere jaar, een bijondere dorrepligt mit een iendrugweckende abdij. Een die abdij streuungs oek borntije, asge fangen is eengebraak geest. Ma sinds neegt een drinken sester, hoe dese wirde monneke bevord, een asje eebend, is een daagreksen bijondere miste vorgen, ma daar aufe darlek meer. Sins, eegt een sovene soventer, werde maunsse meesjald oer een dijk vor bonde mit det vasterland. Een tat 2014, mars de gute operatte, wenn eer een de tourweerde, on dat de baai, en de dijk, wij spriendt teit on de vater konden kommeen tes taan. Een pakir konje voor die teit, tat circa 500m van de rotz, een asje de anweisingen van de pakir wagt is niet op vorte, die pier eet rissi ko, wij een otto in de vater konnte staan. Een tat gebure de reermattig. De groortig is een hjellanders, man since 2014 is de dijk veneut een deus voor vangen doren brug, iver binning mag meen de maunsse meesjald. De otto mujer achter latte, op pakir plaatse op een kilometres drei van de tourwungsport. Een tusse de pakir plaatse, een de tourwungsport van de maunsse meesjald, reide na vets, dat sein spesiale busset, een mit groot regenmaatte heinen wirreide, toten parnhundered meiten voor de ingan. Een pendel busses een graathes, wer voor de pakir betalienen bedrag per otto.
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"Papa John's bakes Twix cookies into fresh dough and gives you caramel sauce to dip it in enough said only $4 .99 Bob Imler WTLP traffic. Well to back 7news first alert meteorologist Steve Rudin Steve a fair amount of rain out there right now how's it looking here as we go through the Friday it's gonna stay on the west side as you move through the next several hours or so and as we move into the Friday rush hour commute rain not so good around here as we're going to probably see a draw to a close after the rush Shower commute however the farther west you go it's going to end a little bit earlier limited showers after that and temperatures are going to slowly fall from the 50 -degree range where we are right now through the 40s by early tomorrow morning now for tomorrow mostly cloudy but least we stay dry during daylight hours upper 50s to middle 60s during the afternoon by Saturday evening wet weather chances will increase and Sunday morning wake up to quite a bit of fog across area the so be on the lookout for that may slow down your travel plans at least earlier in the day then showers will develop as you through head the midday and afternoon hours the temperatures only around 60 degrees not only but around 60 degrees tracking stronger a cold front Monday into Tuesday it's 48 of Manassas 45 degrees this hour in Gaithersburg and 50 AU Park thanks Steve it's all brought to you by Mervis Diamond Importers Mervis means diamonds for the best quality and value nobody beats Mervis Diamonds visit Mervisdiamond .com coming up on WTOP
A highlight from Episode 2 with Dr Katy Abbott Composer, Mentor and Entrepreneur
"Hello, and welcome to the Hobo CEO podcast, where we're talking all things business and entrepreneurship, including the highs and lows with a sprinkle of neurodiversity for good measure. I'm your host, Shay Wiesel, neurodivergent serial entrepreneur, personal and business coach, author, researcher, and most importantly, a mother to one beautiful little human being. This podcast is all about sharing the entrepreneurial journey, as well as tips, tricks and advice from my guests to help you become the business owner and entrepreneur you've always imagined you could be, and you definitely can be that person. But before we get started, I'd like to acknowledge the beautiful lands on which I live and work, the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. And I pay my respects to elders past, present, and to all First Nations people that are listening today. So let's get started. Today I've had the privilege of talking to Dr. Katie Abbott. Katie is a composer, educator, and the founder of The Artist Mentor. Katie is extremely curious about what makes us tick. Her work explores our passions, fears, and motivations using contemporary musical flavours in traditional musical settings, focusing on human connection. Katie's compositions are performed, published, and recorded around the world. She's the founder of The Artist Mentor, where she supports artists across disciplines to build vibrant, long -term, sustainable careers that have meaning and impact. She does this through her six -month virtual residency program. I really hope you enjoy our conversation today about neurodiversity and business and how we manage juggling so many balls in the air. So thanks for listening. I would like to welcome Katie Abbott to the show. Welcome Katie. Thanks for having me, Shay. It's delightful to be here. So Katie and I met, gosh, a number of years ago through the Women in Business series that we did. And recently, as I've transitioned into doing more work with Women in Business coaching, I wanted to start this podcast series to have a conversation around how, as neurodivergent women or diverse women, we manage and run businesses. And I was really excited that Katie was happy to come and have a chat to us today. So welcome again, Katie. Could you talk to us a little bit about yourself and your business? Oh, sure. I've got my finger in a few different pies. At the moment, I have three different businesses or two businesses and a job, and I'm transitioning just to the two businesses. So all my work activities are related. I'm firstly a composer, I'm a musician, I write music in a freelance business capacity. And have I been doing that for 20 odd, 20 plus years. I began when I was in my late 20s, I'm a really late starter to music. And that's been a really interesting journey just in and of itself. And I've got some good stories about developing that musical practice. I'm also a part time academic at the University of Melbourne in the composition program at the Conservatorium. And during COVID, I began a business called The Artist's Mentor. And I now support established and mid -career artists across disciplines and not just musicians and arts leaders to have joyful and long term careers that are sustainable and can have that impact and meaning that they are craving. Sounds like you're very, very busy with your three hats on at the moment. How do you manage all three? Delicately, I take, it's funny Shay, because as time has gone by, I've realised that I need a lot of space to myself and the more space that I build in and give myself that time for processing and absorbing and just, I call it, stare at the wall time, the easier things become. So the more I try and push, the harder things are. So I make sure that I have a lot of space and time to be thinking and then things seem to flow a little bit more easily. It is a juggle with the three and I am reducing my academic load and I'll be finishing up there over the course of 23 and taking on a slightly different role and this is to focus on my composing and mentoring businesses. It's not uncommon for neurodivergent business owners to have multiple hats. How do you manage with family and competing priorities and being able to fit that space in, I guess, because having that time to yourself with a busy family life and three areas of work is really challenging. So how do you ensure that you're fitting that time in so that you're able to reflect and have the space needed? It's interesting that you say competing priorities because this is one of the key topics that come up in my programs with artist mentoring. People feel that they have to choose between their competing priorities, but I've learned that you don't. If you've got priorities, they don't have to compete and what I've found is that it's actually a lot of the other in between things that take up the space, it's the worry and the tension and the not knowing what to say or undervaluing yourself here or there that actually take up a lot of the capacity and I would call it, well a lot of it comes out of being worried when we sit there lying awake at night worrying. That's what takes up the time, it's not actually the priorities. So for me, I've learned that that stare at the wall time is the first thing to go into the diary and people say, how do you diarise stare at the wall time? And really what I do, and I know I need more than most people, but I will instead of planning an eight hour day, I'll plan a six hour day because I know that at some point my body is going to just take that and I'm going to just find myself going, oh what happened to that last half hour? I've just been staring at the wall and if I don't get that during the day, I'm going to take it at night when I'm trying to get to sleep and I'm really prioritising sleep because if I don't sleep then nothing good happens and if everything for me is around sleep. So that means I have to give myself that time or sleep is compromised. So I take on less, I say no to more things and I've got really strong boundaries around what I do and don't say yes and no to and that's really hard, that's been a hard lesson for me to first of all be aware that there are boundaries that I do need to put down because I compare myself to other people and go, why can they do all of those things? But I've learned to accept and own what I can and can't do and that is much better. So I find that everything's better. There's a couple of things that you touched on that I'd love to talk about. One is sleep but also when you're talking about what to say yes and no to, what guides you because I think as a new business or when we're in business, there's all these opportunities to help promote and to broaden our reach and market ourselves and so sometimes it can feel hard to say no to everything because we want to be out there, we want to be seen and we want to grow our business. So there's some strategies you put in place around boundaries and what you will and you won't do to help conserve some of that energy. Yeah, I've got some pretty clear strategies that I'm really happy to share. Because of my composing practice and business has been built over 20, 25 years, I've gone through that, what you just described, that doing everything and not saying no to anything and then having to learn to say no and you know, it's the arts and the arts are underfunded and the feeling is that when you get offered something, who are you to say no to it? So part of it is, well, probably the core thing that I would say is that I'm very clear about what my core values are as a person and so then because I've articulated those for myself, I can measure whatever it is that I'm trying to decide yes or no to against my core values and also what I'm doing in my businesses and where I'm wanting to go and if it seems like a good idea but it doesn't line up to those values, I bite the bullet and say no, even though I might feel compelled to say yes and in part it's about being, for me at least, being able to let go of the outcome. So for example, if I'm offered a commission to write a piece of music but that commission into doesn't fall where I'm going right now musically, it's clear to me that I need to say no but my fear is what makes me want to say yes and it's a fear of, well, first of all, yeah, who am I to say no to music commissions because they're hard, they're hard to get, they're not an everyday occurrence but also what if I give it to somebody else or what if they don't ask again, that's the real fear and so if I let go of that outcome of, well, if they don't ask again, they don't ask again, then I'm more able to hold the boundary for myself and what I've discovered is that people do ask again and other opportunities, I don't like the word opportunities but other work that is more aligned comes my way and when I leave room for the work that's more aligned to me to arrive, I find that when it does, I can say a big hell yes because I've created the space to do it rather than feeling really stretched. That feeling of being stretched is so overwhelming for me that I will do almost anything to avoid it and I've spent a lot of my life feeling super and stretched at the end of capacity, you know, really full so that when something really aligned comes along, I'll say yes but the best way to describe it, it's not enjoyable to do because I can't give it what it needs because I've said yes to other things. So having now worked in this way for a number of years, I'm finding that work does come, it's not a problem. The aligned work that I'm doing is deeper, more sophisticated, has a greater impact and I'm happier. You've touched on so many important things there and I think values is such an important one. As business owners, sometimes it can come across as a bit wishy -washy or what are your values, what are your personal values, your business values but I think when you're aligning the work that you're doing to those values and you know it's at the core of what you're doing and I think it's a really important way of explaining to business owners how they can and can't put in boundaries and I really love that strategy of always coming back to your values or your purpose of why you're doing your business. Yeah, purpose is really important. Being clear about that I think is helpful. I think it's worth spending the time and in my artist mentoring programs, we definitely are talking a lot about purpose and values so that they can also make those measures. The other strategy, which I mean I've never thought of it as a strategy but consideration I suppose, is that I'm very aware of what my strengths and limitations are and I think often we say oh go and do something that you're passionate about and what you're really good at but I think it's also good to look at what your limitations are because then we have a holistic boundary and if your limitation is time for example let's just say you've got really young children and you're trying to grow a business and I don't know let's say finish a PhD or whatever it happens to be and I was in that situation finishing I started my PhD with no children and finished with three including twins and overseas moves and different things. If your limitation is time then time needs to be considered when you're saying yes and no and also I think people I notice don't say no because they don't know how to say no they think it's aggressive or or it feels bad or betraying or ungrateful and so when people figure out ways to say no in a way that is genuine and generous then it provides a pathway in order to be able to do that but when you don't know how and you just go oh that just feels too hard oh of course you're not gonna say that so I've gone through a whole lot of learning because I was the world's worst at all of these things. You've mentioned being stretched and I can be doing multiple things all the time and sleep is a really important thing for me. I was in a workshop the other day and they said what is one thing you won't compromise and I said sleep because I just have to have mostly and if I could have my way I'd have a nap every day and my dad thinks it's terrible he says you're being lazy I'm like you just don't understand my brain's exhausted. So how do you make sure that you're looking after your mental health being neurodivergent and if you could explain your neurodivergence as well so our listeners can kind of link and understand what we're talking about. Sure so I have ADHD. I'm one of those people that have had a recent diagnosis it was within the last year so it's I heard the term ADHD and there was nothing in me that associated myself in that way and now I understand you know that I thought that there was a you know I was operating on the stereotype of the eight -year -old boy bouncing around the classroom and in fact my partner's child has ADHD the stereotypical version and so I was researching that in order to best care for him and to understand him and as I did I well I don't need to tell you the whole story about how I came to that diagnosis but it's very clear to me now that I have the diagnosis that in fact yes I have the combined type of ADHD very much on the inattentive scale and I have also tipped into the hyperactive as well and that was that was the surprise for me so I'm still getting used to thinking of myself as neurodivergent it wasn't something that I'd ever considered. I do have a child with dyslexia and he was diagnosed when he was in grade three and had I've to push for that diagnosis he's now in year 11 and it's not a surprise to me that he has dyslexia I can see that perhaps it's through me that he got that although I'm not dyslexic but there are elements that I can really relate to in him and now I forgot my question the first part of the question oh it's about sleep wasn't it. How as neurodivergent business owners we can manage our mental health and you prioritizing your sleep was one of those ways? My three teenage boys I'm a single mum with three teenage boys and I do have a partner who lives around the corner and he's got three kids as well. As the children have got older it's been harder to to prioritize my sleep because they stay up later than me but really in an ideal world I'd go to bed at nine to thirty and wake up at you know six that is what would suit my body best but their world does not operate in that way. So COVID was a really beautiful thing the lockdown to happen to me because suddenly I wasn't running around to endless basketball games in the middle of the night driving all over Victoria. I started getting proper sleeps and although there were excuse me other stresses this it I suddenly started operating with more capacity than I'd had for very many years so I've had to let go of a lot of things in order to put myself to bed early you know let go of perhaps not being as social as I'd like to be although I do consider myself to be an introvert which means that I get my energy being by myself. I think this is why COVID with the lockdowns were quite helpful for me because I got a lot of that time but a lot of socializing happens at night it's when you know the day is done and so I remove myself from that to prioritize sleep. I exercise I'm not a I've never been a big exercise person but I choose to do that because it helps me sleep and it helps my mental health and the thing that really supports my mental health is I've called it stare at the wall time but another thing that I do is what I call buffer buffering and I buffer my diary so if I am giving a lecture at university say and that's a two -hour thing I will not see other students on a one -to -one capacity after that because I'll be no good to them and then I'll be an absolute mess the next day it'll take me a whole day of recovery so I buffer my diary with half hour and hour I've got them great out of meetings but for me it's regrouping and and recovering and when I do that I sleep better as well so I have let go of being so vigilant about what time my kids go to sleep like they used to be very hyper vigilant around that but I trust them and we've built trust relationships there so I I just try and eat well as well like just the things that anyone's going to tell you it's it feels boring but I feel so much better well it's the basic things in life isn't it that we're told and uh you know it's I think for me exercise is the hardest having a toddler trying to fit that in now it's um and I'm not a morning person I really in an ideal world 10 to 12 hours sleep would be perfect for me right yeah yeah at least 10 and so um my one thing this year is I've got to get up at six if I want to exercise because otherwise I'm just I'm not going to get it in the day and um it is so important for for me setting the day really and setting my intentions and how to manage everything are there is there anything else I mean we could talk for hours on different aspects of business and as a new person that as a person that's just been newly diagnosed with ADHD I'm sure there's lots of um different areas we could unpack around being diagnosed as an adult um but for now is there anything from a business perspective I mean we could have another conversation about being diagnosed as an adult um in later life I mean I was 27 and that was devastating for me um I think if I diagnosed now it would I'd feel much different when I was 27 um but from a work perspective is there anything around um ADHD or being in business that you think would be helpful for our listeners you've touched on some great points already um yes um definitely one thing that I just wanted to touch on for myself about ADHD the thing that I really related to which was the impetus for me to going uh seek a diagnosis was this idea of camouflaging and masking and I just thought that I was a super organized person I thought that was the a -type personality I was the I was the person that if you want something done you go and ask Katie because she gets stuff done and I was doing an enormous amount and I thought that was just because I was really organized and that's who I was at my core but as it turns out that was all masking and I didn't understand how exhausting that was so I was noticing that in the mornings for example I thought I was a morning person so I would get up and do my things but what I found was that my brain was best in the morning and I had this almost I guess three hour four hour window and I would feel like I had to exercise into that window or it wouldn't get done that I needed to get my children out of the door and support them in that way and connect if I wanted to do any composing that was the time to do it because I I've never composed at night I know a lot of people do and they compose because it's nice and quiet and they can have that time to themselves but I've always been useless from about five pm and then and but also to to do my job and so I was finding that I was doing a 24 hour thing in four hours and then at 11 o 'clock hitting the wall and then it graduated becoming less and less productive as time went by and then just pushing and what I've discovered is that that was masking that was being the good girl doing all the things so that I could I don't know be accepted be acceptable in my in my workplace. I noticed that as I've given up hyper vigilance I've become less organized and things are dropping away and as I'm 51 and and with perimenopause and menopause on its way that sort of that exacerbated everything so that was also part of my story. So I thought that I was a morning person but actually now I'm finding that doing my exercise in the afternoon is better for me. I'm finding that I can walk through if I I have to I still want to go into my hyper what are we calling it hyper vigilant sort of um notions of being super organized but if I don't have my discs there nothing happens and I didn't these coping mechanisms such as writing little songs to help me remember my lists because in case I didn't have my list with me I could remember the tune because I couldn't remember the words um or the the activities. So as I've learned more about who I really am rather than who I thought I was I've been able to adjust my business to suit me. So I can give you an example and this is something that I'd encourage your listeners to think about particularly if they're starting businesses is that we because they're our businesses we get to choose how they run and if we know ourselves and how we best work we can find ways to implement the best working practices for us rather than what we see other people do in their businesses and one example is with my mentoring I like to be available to my artists across the month in between our one -to -one sessions so that we can keep the threads of conversation going we work on their artistic practices but really their lives in real time but I really hate the telephone and I really spend enough time on zoom so I didn't want to sort of be nailed down and zoom time or live telephone time in order to support them. So I've been using an app called Voxer which is like a walkie -talkie app and they can leave me messages whenever they like and I put it on airplane mode at night and in the mornings now when I do go for walk I will listen to the messages and then I'm able to respond in my own time or perhaps I'm quite a deep processor too so sometimes I need a day or two to really think about my answer and then on my walk I can give my answer while I'm doing something else that I value and I've got a beautiful creek near my house so I walk along the creek and I'm running my business as I'm going for my walk having time to myself and that works if I was stuck on zoom or committing to another phone call in the day I'd find that really disruptive to my own flow of the other things that I have going so I guess I would say write down what you know about yourself and try and design your business practices to suit you because there is so much more flexibility than what we think we have. I think we often want to compare and look at what other people are doing in their business and it sounds really sensible but it may not work for our particular brain or our particular body or I think when we get those things right then that's a whole lot of capacity that you're not using up just because it doesn't happen to suit you. That is such an important message and thank you so much for finishing up on that topic and the topic of masking I mean we could have a whole other podcast because it's definitely a skill set that dyslexics have in masking their difficulties but I think your thoughts around using an app where you can listen and then sit on it I mean that's a great way to multitask your time but in a functional way that works for you and I'm going to look at that app. I have heard of it before but now you've spoken about it and I think it will be really valuable for our listeners to have a tool to go and have a look at as well. I would love to have you on the show again Katie. Katie saw my very disorganized start to the morning and I don't have lists and maybe I should but they're all in my stored in my brain my lists but thank you so much for coming on the show. It's just been such a privilege to talk to you and to listen about your journey and your businesses and it would be great again to another around conversation managing ADHD once you've been diagnosed later in life. So thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you so much for having me Shay it's been wonderful. Thanks so much for joining us today. I really hope you had as much fun as I did talking to Katie but also learning so much more about her work and the importance of coaching and mentoring. If you'd like to find out more about The Artist Mentor head to RethinkDyslexia .com and don't forget if you're thinking of starting a business or you're already on your business journey please reach out to me and see how I can help you. You can contact me at hello RethinkDyslexia .com .au Thanks again for joining and for listening. Bye for now.
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Mob kills 13 suspected Haiti gangsters with gas-soaked tires
"Violence surges in Haiti. Police and witnesses in Port-au-Prince say a mob on Monday, beat and burn 13 suspected gang members to death, with gasoline fired tires. After pulling the men from police custody at a traffic stop, the horrific, vigilante violence underlines public anger over the increasingly lower situation in the capital, where criminal gangs have taken control over an estimated 60% of the city, since the July 2021 assassination of president Gemini moisi. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Welcome to The Hobo CEO the life of a dyslexic serial entrepreneur
"Hello, and welcome to the Hobo CEO Podcast, where we talk all things business and entrepreneurship, including the highs and lows with a sprinkle of neurodiversity for good measure. I'm your host, Shaye Wiesel, neurodivergent serial entrepreneur, business and personal coach, author, researcher, and a mother to a beautiful little human being. This podcast is all about sharing the entrepreneurial journey. And we all know that being an entrepreneur and running a business can be a really lonely journey at times. And that's why I created this podcast so I could share my experiences and experiences of my guests with you, our entrepreneurials. The name originated from my book, The Hobo CEO, A Year in the Life of a Social Entrepreneur. And the book really originated from me journaling my difficulties in the startup phase of a business. The title of the book was created by my now husband one night when we were sitting having a glass of wine. We were laughing about what we're going to call this infamous book that I'd been writing. And he thought The Hobo CEO was so fitting because I had this amazing job title that I'd given myself in my business. But I was not earning a salary at all of a CEO, nor was I even paying myself, which is such a common occurrence in our businesses, especially in the startup phase. I was still working full time in my day job while trying to get my side hustle up and going. It was exhausting and at times really disheartening because I didn't have the right support networks around me. And so the book originated from my journey and now the podcast series because I really wanted to share with others the challenges I'd been having because, you know, sometimes we can barely make ends meet just in day to day life, let alone then trying to find extra money to set up and run our side hustle. So the crazy journey of The Hobo CEO started and the podcast has been born out of the opportunity to not just share my lived experiences of being a neurodivergent business owner, but being able to talk to amazing, brave, creative business owners and entrepreneurs from all over the world that I've been so lucky to work and connect with. And through this podcast, I hope to share with you a glimpse of their journey and the road that they've traveled, as well as some tips and tricks and advice that could help you, the business owner and entrepreneur, become the best that you can be in your business with all the success behind you. So with that, I really hope you enjoy The Hobo CEO podcast, which is the second in my series. The original was the De -Dyslexic podcast series. And I hope that you get some value out of it as much as I get value out of talking to my amazing guest speakers. So enjoy, listen, learn, and you can always find out more about the guests on my show and more about my work at RethinkDyslexia .com .au. Thanks for listening and bye for now.
AussieBum to Host Event in Support of WorldPride on Friday, 3 March 2023
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Dan Bongino: We're in a Bubble Right Now
"Jim do you remember during the real estate bubble right before like 2007 or so You don't have to agree with me The rules not you can open your mic and save crazy It never happened to me But I specifically remember sipping around the housing market Seeing everything was really expensive and saying to myself gosh this seems really high And at least 20 or 30 smart people I know I'm not talking about libs either I'm talking about just regular average kind of moderate voters whatever involved in politics but not too involved said to me now man land they ain't building more It's gonna continue right Did you not hear something like that A real estate It'll never go down man They're not everybody needs housing I heard a thousand excuses and I thought to myself well that doesn't make sense Because again why don't they have like a Bentley factory in the middle of Haiti Huh No I'm serious Why don't they make roses in Haiti For that to sell them in Port-au-Prince Because there's just not an economy there to support it In other words sooner or later you got to have a product people can afford dude You can't have a product that continues to go So one bedroom condo in Manhattan is going to go up 10% every year You know it like compounding interest and stuff The one bedroom condo is $740 million Does that make any sense to you And I thought to myself this doesn't make sense Sooner or later there's got to be some corrective mechanism because you can't have a product nobody can afford Does that make any sense We're selling this product great but nobody can afford it Well who's buying it No one because they can't afford it That's not the way the supply demand market clearing price intersection point of a supply and demand curve works We're in one of those bubbles now Stock prices can't go up forever
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"Have some sort of karate you know they. They talk about subjects. That might be interesting to both of them But i just can't imagine like an actual friendship with this woman because she had never said anything that is remotely good you know. And it's like it's and it's like what does that even say about like. I'm friends with this republican mormon. You know who who trashes my beliefs constantly. But you know we lost drag race together so that's fun. Yeah it's like. I also feel like they about hurt is the joke. But it's also the truth of the matter is she's mccain's daughter like i think that like we joke about it now because she says like my dad all the time but really that is the most interesting if you can even call it. That thing about her like she's such an blog nothing. She's not even just even have good. Republican hot takes like at least elizabeth hasselbeck was saying actual things even though she was deeply wrong in horrible. She had like something about her. Meghan mccain is literally just oh your dad was famous and ran for president and was a prisoner of war and apparently american hero. According just i'm i don't know not i should say sh she Was less than a jane. Fonda or angelica huston someone who emerges from their father's shadow becomes their person was more of shall we say melissa rivers. I mean has melissa rivers put a standup special recently. Now so dropped good album right. She's not on the hollywood squares. Come on yeah I would actually say that. That's the real boy. Tracy like the republicans takes that she even had on the show. Were also just so basic It makes sense in her sang that that's what she picked up the show. The things that would make democrats book bad those really just her main focus as if you're just going on with the democrats are wrong. They're bad in this. You're actually have take your just being Contradictory and incendiary playing the villain her hair though sometimes. That was the best when her hair would be horrible. It was like the last few weeks shut. League was like her. Hairdresser was really like. I don't like you either leave better. They were like all. Bets are off spy. Also since we're talking about the view. I just point out that also mentioned real housewives of new york city a second ago ebony k williams who joins real housewives of new york and i constantly said didn't fit him michelle and she was boring. She was using it as an audition to get On a show like the view or something she just wanted to name recognition for big on. His show was just on the view. You know being tested out as the conservative voice and There it is there fucking is allow. Yeah she's the new Rachel campos like they'll give her three tries and then say actually a now. I'd be the views conservative voice if they wanna man on that panel wow this is unreal. Morning show energy. I'm getting out sick it up. Let's shake it up. Okay and swimming's ball shack. We need ran on. Tv talking about the news. Dan okay. I would love to have more than show energy. I would love to fuck judy. Margulis okay okay. Found reese witherspoon. And i have that job oh my god that storyline. Okay all right trade. Tracy thank you for being on the show loved you so much for having me. This was very very fine. And you know. I'm a i'm a keep it stands so i feel like dreams come true people believe in yourself. You know what i'm gonna. I'm gonna read a book and then listen to your practice. The staff read a book and come be on my podcast. Incredibly daunting never Stats going listen to it. Where ever you find your podcast and thank you for joining us this week. This is when keeper. Keep it as a crooked media. Production our senior producer is james our producer carolina reston and our associate producer. Brian some o- our executive producer. Is ira medicine the third that i lewis patel a good job to our audio engineers are charlotte landis and tile segment and the show mixed and edited by charlotte. Landis thank you to our digital team. Matt degroot nar melconian and milo cam for production support. Every week dominic. Do you feel like the internet is slowly breaking our brains but you still can't put the phone down. Yeah me too. I'm john farrow host of kirk media's new weekly series offline with john fabric each week. I'll sit down for a conversation with people you know and some you don't about all the ways are extremely online. Existence is shaping politics media entertainment. Sports business and more people like monica lewinsky. Megan re pino peter hamby and d'auray mckesson. Who'll talk about how we can live better in our hyper connected world and maybe inoculate ourselves from the worst of it. New episodes of offline with john. Favalora drop every sunday on the pod. Save america feed. Listen on apple podcasts. Spotify wherever you get your podcasts..
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"Wrong with jon voight authorities. I think we know my favorite angelina. Jolie fell bez. We'll you certainly bring up salt as if it is your favorite angelina jolie bit because no one's laughing we're all work. I think people would taste though the salt is her best film I think my answer to that is i'll be. I'll be honest. The woman is not. Money is not that many i would say strangely and this is not my academy. Keeping her best performance is girl interrupted. Who the hell is this woman. She is hilarious as well as like harsh as fuck Okay i get what i will actually say that i- skycap to the world tomorrow. Looks too beautiful for me to actually say it's whereas the tourist also true sources of baseball and saw this you know i'm i'm being made I would actually go with mr businessman. I'm god because i think that that them Her and she and brad in it. It just really encapsulates. What a Hollywood film is and what a hollywood film with like celebrities in it. It you know it feels classic that way I want to say about the tourists. Never ceases to blow my mind that the person who directed that movie is florian handled on donner's mark who wrote interacted the lives of others which is one of the devastating to thousands thrillers. And then he did that anyway. People contain multitudes. It's like the guy who did Michael sumino who did deer hunter. And then heaven's gate just like up his down success failure et cetera. I would argue that. It's good movies scott Growing this girl erupted. Got us sixty seconds. The lark off films. None of those are good. I can't believe you just said that. But alright alright. Louis gets them taste. Okay the cradle lion lion. Excuse me i like relate to tomb raider. I like one an anthropology degree selecting g. Let's say in her top five and also the last of faye dunaway seeming. Like somebody who wouldn't kill you. Got hackers definitely in The bone collector is a very good film. These are so old. I haven't found the bone collector in age. Yeah alright pushing ten now not good a movie. I've seen on tv time. Okay we have to get to the real star now. Who is kate. Blanchett my favorite actor. Who at least turns out gives us something every year that we talk about for a second mercy is about to be in nightmare alley with with a gearbox. Del toro's new movie in which she will be reunited with rooney mara If you haven't seen the original nightmare alley with tyrone power in the forties really good and it's a weird haunted carnival vibe. My favorite kate blanchett performance. I think ultimately is carol. Because i mean obviously it's a movie i'm obsessed with and brought it up on this podcast thousand times but people who can do sophistication an old school way like that's as close to maga- as i'll ever forget because she so embodies what. It's like to be a cosmopolitan woman of a city who also has a dark inner world that she can't quite reconcile so i don't know if you guys are. I don't know if you tracy are for instance or carol care. I really recommend it. And it's not long either really record. You know who loves it. Is brandon taylor. The author of core suicide smell and he's great. He's so great and he loves it when he did my podcast. He wore his carol shirt which is talks about all the time on his twitter. I have a carol shirt to wear ours together. and but the downside of this is my least favorite. Cape lynch movie is also directed by todd haynes. Which is i'm not there. The bob dylan scope it. I've never seen it but people are always like it's really good. It sure is not I came out of that movie. I like first of all if you. If you know. The biographical information of bob dylan. That doesn't change afterwards. Like they don't add to your perception of him. It's just a bunch of stunt performances as bob dylan and you leave thinking well all right. I guess cape blanche can wear a curly wig and smoke. Sometimes that's all i got. Okay knock good. We'll you know my favorite kate. Blanchett is definitely pushing. Ted wish my dad. Would you believe pushing ten at the ads. Alita joey part just about.
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"Over here. It's more about the bang. Bang thank you. It is a south african accent accent. Also you we all know that. I'd i'd revolutionary road. I find it dries another one. That's horrible is the beach. Do you remember that movie that when he was young and famous. And they're like this is gonna be a great thriller and it was a dot. They're so good wrong with the beach. I mean i remember the one moment. We decided should star in a-list thrillers as opposed to weird weird movies where she speaks three languages which is what she should be doing out. Garland's book is much better at the beach. Yup the beaches a book tracy. I didn't know every book. Ira okay. Well no very tables are turned when smith was on the show and i ate and i Interviewed her She had lovely stories about our garwood Basically how about how to like he did the beach And then like it was made into a film And then i guess you decided you know like i'm gonna make movies myself. Get out and so now he does like you know like screen over twenty eight days later you now and then he. He's got his Annihilation x. market you know which was his direct oriole debut but yeah i think he was like i can do this better than danny boyle Road taste steve jobs. Ira who's your favorite person. Oh it's angelina. Jolie right You know you know it's my White woman of color and remember who. I'm curious what the answers to this. Because i'm not even sure what i would tech bef- before even into her films Can we talk about how great she looked at the eternal premier. Oh my god. Yeah and she had that chin jewelry that was so strange but she has adult looking children with her. I br. We'll all be dead soon. Sarah and her daughter worked for twenty. Fourteen oscars dress was beautiful. Also i'm sorry here. We are doing the talking about celebrities. The way we've been told not to really do it. Man the kids that are their biological kids. Look exactly like the both of them. Brad and angelina. I don't know why. That's i feel like my own aunt reading people magazine as i say this but anyway All right so worst film that angelina jolie is in you. Know what sky captured in the world. Tomorrow it is too bad because the movie looks amazing fall. Yeah but it is truly a unpleasant film experience you know. One time. I interviewed jon voight. And he said his favorite movie of angelina. Jolie's was life or something like it. And that's when i knew something was.
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"Why are you surprised. I just used you. Don't you don't seem like a straight dude. I went to high school with. I know hunter harris with a young girl in the nineties so he was sort of saying sort of a vibe. And you know famously iran. I attended the same university. I went to. Nyu for undergrad for theater. That's right. I didn't even bring it up this time. I did it for you. I wanted to make sure. I got a little absurd. Enabler this week okay. Sorry if you're bob bob copper life you gotta call us out. We're we're mafia bob. Mafia honestly growth with will be a bucket for the rest of his life so true. Yeah i don't know. I take liter caprio also because i don't have fever actor i don't it was hard for me. I gotta be honest with you. Read books yeah. I read books. I'm smart. I'd say okay but so i picked for my least to payroll leonardo dicaprio and this is controversial and really. I don't care but the revenue aboard interesting an oscar for it but to me. I'm like you took everything. That's good about leonardo dicaprio away. He's like not particularly hot. He's not particularly charming. He's freezing. I'm freezing watching like it. Just it's a no for me. I think also with that movie. It's the least interesting of his nominations to where he shows many more shades in the other thumbs in this one it was just he was protagonist. Who goes through things often. This happens with the oscars. Readily people are nominating the gruesome -ness of the role as opposed to what the actor is doing. Yeah i mean he just looked cold the whole time. He wore a bear. Congratulations do people think he really actually killed a bear and skin and warren like he's acting just yard about a little bit they do so. Actually i think he thinks i think it was a bell. He's a wisman. I think that my.
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"Fresh prince himself. Jessup familiar. I was thinking if i say the fresh breads himself or Sometimes just on red table right where arms folded and worried. Yeah and nodding nodding along. Please don't talk about our marriage again. Jada dave worst film and the two tied for his best. Unfortunately it revealed to me. That wilson has no taste Right his worst film and thorn in his side is while wild west. A fine song. Great song actually. It is a bad movie but The song i think cancels out a lot of the badness also is just it's just wacky you. It's famously. John peters who now is a character in the new paul. Thomas anderson movie played by bradley cooper demanded that the final boss or whatever the giant mechanical spider since he was obsessed with spiders and talking about how strong they were. And so. that's why at the end of this show which is based off an old television western. They're facing off against this erector set spider gift at the mechanical spider is not even the worst part of the fell right. I can imagine what he named it his. We'll get into this. I can imagine why he named his worst film though. Because i imagine that for celebrity their worst film is probably either dade no unequivocally that it is awful or they just had a really shitty time making. That's true also. I think it's just the sense of. He was on such a hot streak at the time that when it came to that movie it was like the and oops moment that everybody noticed. It's a failure that the most people noticed yes and so his best belgium's according to him are the pursuit of happiness and men in black and baby. Pursuit of happiness is nowhere on anybody's list of anything watchable let alone. Brett nothing is. I'm not pursue pursuing that and it's certainly not making me happy His best movie. Oh you know what. I'm gonna say ira. What is six degrees of separation. Okay okay i get. Where's the conversation about that performance. Where's the conversation about gay will smith. That's what i wanna know. Because he was really embarrassed of that. Wasn't there all this stuff. After after the fact where he was like. We're feeling weird about like kissing a man actor. The conversation about gay will. Smith is happening on blocks everyday lewis. Sorry i'm dismissing it. Mention us you can find it. I would actually say that for me. His best maybe a little controversial. Here we go back to. I in what way that waste bet was to as an iconic so period. In what way would me. And i remember it. Right go halves okay. Well you know what just because you don't like the bad boys franchise lewis. Don't come in here talking about shit where you know what we're talking about tracy back me up okay. It's good but my favorite will have to favorite well smith. Okay one will give you a glimpse into who i am. Which in hitch. I car last robbed true rom coms of like gigantic size. A great rom com and the other one for so many reasons but mostly for his offspring in the film independence day. Great film great fan. I remember when just that was the most inescapable movie of all time at that weekend. That holiday weekend you absolutely had to see it. There was no such thing as not seeing it like it was titanic sized. I love independence day and that's a much better final bill and you know. The alien situation is better than the spider situation. underrated classic jersey girl. I was gonna say enemy of the so. Okay now i was. I was not being serious. You were being serious lewis. Yes that's another doctorate subject so forgive me. He plays himself and the Lo ben affleck film jersey girl. Right i totally forgot that. Yeah yes yes. Yeah i think enemy of the state is a good one too. You know but Pursuit of happiness questions. Yeah it's just. I i understand. He was nominated for that right then. Ali or his nominations Yeah i just going to tout six degrees of separation for a second. First of all stockard channing. That movie also nominated will. Smith is not nominated. Stockard was nominated the the fast talking rich like slightly sophisticated. Mostly karen ashe character there. Expertly done just one of my favorite nominations of that decade. I really think people should go back and investigate it and donald sutherland. Who never nominated once famously. So good at it He's never nominated as that's like the most famous oscar emission. I think now of all time not president snow and hunger games it does seem. Yeah not even a ninety two when he was Merrick in buffy the slayer. I know it does seem a pride prejudice. Ordinary people clute nominations. You know what. Tonight's the academy we ride and we will have our jets Keefer hasn't been there before. Has now now much of him stand by me. Did disrespect his daddy laptop. Could you oh that would be. We'd nominated for flatliners. Keefer says some stands out there. No way we're going to talk about our favorite actors and their best and worst right tracy. Who's your favorites okay. I my favorite. My favorite. i went with was leonardo dicaprio. I'm surprised why are you surprised. I just used you. Don't you don't seem like a straight dude..
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"You have an opinion on it and you could comment on their Pictures or replied there tweets and then you know there's like you start to realize like even if someone's not famous like you have your friends who like have more followers than other words you know so there's there's all sorts of different things that make it feel like social media has changed what we talk about and how we talk about people. You know when you talk about celebrity. Get out like it'd be like my mother is a bit like i don't like jennifer aniston in the kitchen. You know jennifer got a huge that now Some was whether they don't let jennifer aniston will like comment on people's instagram. Or something out of like jennifer aniston and jennifer. Aniston might see it and respond. That sucks like like that. Seems like non search today and that is why i feel like most of you should just get on social media. Say amazon's doing it right. I do have to say i do. I i think that like for me. I'm extremely pro talking about celebrities. Like i don't think you should tag them and i don't think you should be talking to them but i'm super into talking about people behind their back like that's my favorite hobbies. I hate the the tag that thing. That's also be invites if there's a tweet about someone's movie and you'd like it for instance that you have the annoying people who will respond to that way at the celebrity or director or writer and it's why are you doing. Why are you inviting them into the conversation. Is this weird. Sort of of need to be like the person who alerted them to the fact that people are talking about them so like now. I can feel like i have a stronger connections of this celebrity or conversely as i had aso. Who's like i'm adding now. Because i walked in the here that they suck. You know like i wanna start. A fight. right is for friends who constantly do that And i call them out on it with like real housewives. You know if if you don't like a real housewives if you don't like a reality star like that spine but like if you're writing acting. This is a horrible person. And i think that they suck and then at them like now. You're being hall now. You're banter this kind of makes me hearken back to the old days of twitter not that it was perfectly ideal ever but i almost wish brought it because okay greats Precisely because in the old days like there used to be more just joke writing on twitter. And i feel like jokes are the best way to deal with the urge to one wanna talk about celebrities and to want to talk about them publicly without resorting to abject positively which i actually also hate on twitter and feel like is kind of is very widespread and super boring. Well you know. Slate article brought up a thing. That i the thing. That didn't even cross my mind when we discussed the chrissy teigen And courtney started situation the fact that christie wrote like horrible things according yes and people dragged for it because it was like that's in your image chrissy etc we love you. 'cause you're nice whatever It brought up that during the time when she made those tweets. About courtney gawker like basically artist though is like courtney statins shouldn't stop existing ignores back that during that time everyone talks horribly about celebrities in really gross and brutal ways no dramaturgical. I wanna go back to that time and explain it to everybody because i know we were all allegedly there. But it was like there was just a hardcore cynicism about. I think it's like advent of the kardashians. it's like a new kind of celebrity. Super saturation was occurring. And so the reaction was sort of immature hyper cynicism as if it was immediately earned because we all agreed we were so sick of hearing about these people you know so the humor got to be way more caustic and way more and way meaner just on average and then we eventually came back we. We cannot have that eventually. But i'm sometimes we'd had but there's this asa mation that it was just perez hilton. Tmz right d- whenever we talk about. Britney and i think it was the i think it was celebrities like britney at lindsey seeing like the actor effects of what's that like the media and paparazzi machine to them that sort of like made us pull back and we're like Maybe we wanna be that cynical when discussing celebrities but it was not just those places talking about whether it was everywhere you know like that's just gawker like any other other websites like assholes to both celebrities you know but also in this regard i. I hate perez. Hilton comes up in this way. Because i also find him underrated because at the time the way we talked about. There's a the we'll get rid of celebrities of talking about celebrities was so and i don't mean to say this is bad or that i don't appreciate it sometimes but the red carpet. Which is everybody look stunning. And we're a fan of everybody equally and there is no actual congress connoisseur ship of what these people do or like individual appreciation and part of what president did i think was inject actual fandom which is to say oh i'm a madonna superfan. I know in madonna's messing up. And i actually minority on this now. I know he also had a lot of humor. That was destroying on people's faces and stuff but even that in in a benign way was a new kind of irreverence and talking about celebrities. And i find it. A little bit underrated. Historically i understand it resolves so mean but then i also hate like him having to go on ellen and explain being mean to allen who meanwhile is being mean at other times so it was fully. Ask if you will okay. Wow girl now you write for slate of listen. Feel like to what you're saying though that perez hilton change of like fans being authorities on celebrities has is what's led us to where we are now the access and the feeling like if you have a take or you have insight to this person that you know them and now can tell them what to do like. That's the thing about the way that people talk to celebrities. Now that i'm deeply uncomfortable with is the telling people what to do like shut up. You're a normal. Like what are you telling john maclean. He went to do just an everyday regular person. he's famous and he's probably like way more cutthroat and way more intense than you ever could imagine because you don't just you're not funny and successful like you don't just get to be a superstar just because you're talented and i think people forget that and think like oh he's a nice guy who's funny and i can help him with his career. It's like stop telling people what to deal. Stop being an authority on people. Just enjoy the word. Talk behind their back and leave them alone like you know it's like i can't wait to see the big the ricardo's version of being john. Milady hobby are by as john. Mullany of course nicole kidman as lithium. I've heard stranger things. Frankly but tracy you're and and now we have fans who basically demand movie reboots go a certain way because there was such a fan of the original and stuff. i mean. there's definitely a core of people out there who who thinks they're not just fans but entitled to run the machine best babies. Yeah right well. It had also that breeze into the conversation how we discuss bodies a celebrities to you. Know we've got to a point where we have a conversation about how we discussed women's bodies you know but then there's male bodies recent profile of Kamau nanjiani that e- alex wrote and It is you know it discusses how people have opinions about his body not because he got his like super soldier on to be a marvel movie. You know and There's this sort of thing of. I do you talk about this. Do you not talk about it. You know yeah. I didn't also joan a hill. She's been coming out recently. Being like stop talking about my body like stopped being rights. I showed us because jota is like joe is almost sort of like The thing that lake eliza or other like Fat evil in the media have said They want conversations around them to not revolve around. How like you know like how brave they are just for like bearing their body at public conversations around joanna is always like Like a love head just being himself surfing excetera like it's like pizza star fake right..
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"Wood with all new episode an ira madison third. I'm united states travel. Lewis todd reporting from chicago illinois. Home of not even oprah anymore. What do they have now. Are the cusak still here. Any west and we are excited to be joined by our wonderful guest house today. Tracy talks i. I'm very excited to be fair. Thank you for having me. Thank you normally when we start on zoom were all like like ira and i and when she's here are just like decrepit shells of human being tracy effervescent right off the bat. Oh this is going to be a happy episode. Pardon me check my files for one of those okay energy. Because i'm like forty years older than i eat. I am since i'm taking you know fresh off. Wake up take a shower like china tap into that youthful energy. Okay we love that. We love that We will sap that from you. Allow tuck everlasting you host. A podcast called the steps. Which is about books lewis famously. Does it read so. I don't know what those look like. So you have to be dispersed. Okay so books are so. Do you know what paper is Little okay so basically that with words no so the podcast is all about bucks and i interview different authors and other book lover so it's not all authors and then once a month we do a book club so this month were doing waiting to exhale by terry mcmillan with the so it's that'll be next week's episode and we're going to do a whole deep dive because the book ages not great. Actually oh interesting. I could see that. Yeah i mean. I watched the movie and i was like. Oh we also by great anymore. You know angela has a strong presence. Get out a lot of films. That are not my favorite anymore but the stella got a group back is still great. I've never seen that. Oh you gotta see that. We got to see that yes. Whoopie goldberg is whoopie. Goldberg is our topic in that thumb like she is truly stealing the show. Who's that woman. Oh leela and waiting to exhale though. I enjoy that performance to japanese babe. Oh my gosh like. She is giving nineties. Excellence through. I know like all of her costume. Choices are just like deeply nineties. Just everything about her. I was teleported back to a time and place whereas if that book is a bit more sex positive like waiting to exhale is very steeped in sort of like Like social mores of the nineties. Yes it's wild like every topic in the black community somehow like makes an appearance in the book like it's like crack for a ten pages. We're gonna talk about gay people with aids for ten pages. We're going to talk about single mothers like it's just like a who's who of articles written about black community is like it's very again not sure those are like the big pieces of the nineties. You know it's like you go to like a your favorite odds are like a terry mcmillan and the book is going to like. Have all those hot topics that like people exhaust you with in twitter conversations or youtube videos even the even the movie is like that you know 'cause giancarlo esposito is like it's like gay in it you know and it's like Your daddies your daddy's a faggot. I dunno it's like loretta. Devine character is wild in that. Yeah the whole thing is crazy. So that's over discussing next week on the podcast and a perk too so awesome. She's my guest to discuss the recall of no great and we talked about her book a few weeks ago with her which is also awesome. It's called sometimes. I trip on how happy could be an incredible ethic election with like juicy sexy writing. It's still god. If there's one thing the go do is talk about that. That's right so yes. I adore her out of excited to read that book as well Excited for this episode. There's a lot going on turn. A news I think it would be to have a conversation about actors and their best and worst filmography. I got this from a recent interview. With will smith where he had some interesting ideas about his best films and that also his worst felt which by the way you you rarely hear a celebrity just admit to so we really have to seize on moments like this and helps And then we're going to get into more celebrity. You know because. I think recent profiles of come on now and you know like recent reactions to John mullany And his new relationship with olivia ma and to have a lotta people discussing how it should be talking about. Celebrities in the media You know gawker is back you know. Are we going to go back to the era of making fun of celebrities or are we nice to them now. So we're gonna get into that conversation as well. And then louis and i have a lovely talk with the sutton foster Cou could be my favorite time. Tony winner except of course. I usually have a portrait of sandy. Dennis behind me. She's still wins but starting number two. You don't travel with her. Isn't that too bad. Yeah that would be nice about her. In this Chic hotel room. But alas gonna a hotel in chicago. Not nodding doesn't that sound like the beginning of the salacious thriller ashley out of keep it. That's me yes triple jeopardy. Right here Is there a triple category. The final jeopardy. I don't jeopardy jeopardy the show yes the so the sequel to double jeopardy if they made one would be called. Final jeopardy definitely cert. Yeah yeah Ashby like is this a legal term and people be like now. It's just a jeopardy term but right that the movie would end there. Unfortunately yup now. It's ashley judd on jeopardy. Oh.
US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas
"The U. S. is flying Haitians camped in a Texas border town back to their homeland them blocking others from crossing the border from Mexico more than three hundred and twenty migrants arrived in port au prince on three flights yesterday in Haiti said six flights were expected tomorrow in all U. S. authorities moved to expel many of the more than twelve thousand migrants camped around the bridge in del Rio Texas after crossing from Mexico it's a massive show of force that signals the beginning of what could be one of America's swiftest large scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades chief role Ortiz with U. S. border patrol we're working around the clock to expeditiously move migrants out of the heat elements monitor sprays through our processing facilities in order to quickly process and remove individuals for the United States consistent with our laws and our policy according to an official who spoke on condition of anonymity the U. S. plans to begin seven expulsion flights daily on Wednesday to Haiti I'm Julie Walker
Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations
"The haitian government is asking the biden administration to pause mass deportations of migrants back to haiti amid a surge of haitian migrants crossing the rio grande river river. Nbc news correspondent. Morgan chaska got exclusive access to the southern texas encampment. These migrants are now calling home. These are the men women and children calling the shade of texas border bridge. Whole the group. Mostly from haiti. Now number nearly fifteen thousand strong. They've come here with little hoping to claim asylum and turn launching a massive mission for state and federal agencies secure. The border provide and process every single person over the last few days we moved approximately thirty three hundred individuals. We expect that number to increase in the days ahead. Our crew granted exclusive access to visit with those whose futures remain uncertain. This woman named yvo telling us she's been here more than a week and his barely eaten for many. They're only nourishment the food and water handouts. That can't come fast enough now has been only a matter of days since this group's swelled in size underneath the bridge but as we push this direction you can see that there is already a small city that has formed here in the shadow out this rich plants from the riverbank being used in some cases as temporary roofs as children playing the shade. Everyone trying to do whatever they can to stay cool. Massive accusations along the border began this morning. Some planes flying migrants from san antonio direct to port-au-prince haiti others are being bused to other processing locations. Such as paso laredo. Those flown home today returned to a country still reeling from a devastating earthquake. Deportation flights only expected to arrive in the coming
US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas
"The. Us flu haitians cramped in texas border town back to their homeland on sunday and try blocking others from crossing the border from mexico in a massive show of force that signaled the beginning of what could be one of america's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades more than three hundred twenty migrants arrived in port-au-prince on three flights and haiti said six flights were expected on tuesday in all. Us authorities move to expel many of the more than twelve. Thousand migrants camped around bridge in del. Rio texas off to crossing from mexico. The only obvious parallel for such an expulsion without an opportunity to seek asylum was in nineteen ninety-two when the coast guard intercepted haitian refugees at sea. Similarly large numbers of mexicans have been sent home during peak years of immigration but over land a not so suddenly central americans have also crossed the border in comparible numbers without being subject to mass expulsion although mexico has agreed to accept them from the us the pandemic related authority in effect since march. Twenty twenty when the border was closed on sunday. The migrants initially found other ways to cross nearby until they were confronted by federal and state law enforcement. Mexico said on sunday would also begin deporting haitians to their homeland. A government officials said the flights would be from towns near the us border and the border with guatemala where the largest group remains haitians have migrating to the us in large numbers from south america for several years. Many having left the caribbean nation after a devastating twenty ten earthquake. Some of the migrants at the del. Rio cam said the recent devastating earthquake in haiti and the assassination of president. Moe's made them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left.
Hospitals Overwhelmed in Haiti After Earthquake Injures Thousands
"Death toll continues to rise. In haiti from saturday's powerful earthquake. Npr's jason bobi near the city of loci reports officials. Say at least nine thousand nine hundred forty one people have died and another ten thousand were injured in the quake. The vast majority of the fatalities were in the southwestern most part of hating the tallies of vote deaths and injuries are expected to rise. Search and rescue operations continue in spots where people are still believed to be trapped. The number of injured is also expected to go up as hospitals have been struggling to treat all of the incoming u s coast guard helicopters. Have been ferrying. Some of the most critical patients to port au prince for more sophisticated treatment but others with less severe injuries have been waiting days to be seen medical aid groups and the haitian government say. They're doing the best. They can in extremely difficult conditions including a tropical storm to get all the
It Rains, It Pours: Haiti's Tragedy Compounds
"Today. In haiti tropical depression grace will bring rains. That may cause flooding and mudslides. That will complicate rescue efforts following a massive earthquake on saturday tonight. Haiti is reeling after being struck by a new disaster the quake rocked residents of southwestern haiti into the streets. Buildings and homes collapsed into rubble and dust. so far. it's known that more than fourteen hundred people have died. The tremor claimed many hospitals that would have aided the injured and many churches that are at the center of haiti's social safety net as aid trickles in from abroad. Patients are trying to push their way into areas of shelter guarded by police. Eighty now fears. What may come from above as it reels from what happened below at a time when the political situation on the ground represented its own disaster. Poor haiti seems unable to catch a break. Sarah burke is the economists bureau chief from mexico central america and the caribbean. It's plagued for years by political turmoil poverty and natural disasters because of where it's located in the caribbean but of late. Those problems of seem to come in particularly quick succession most recently with this earthquake. And where and when did the earthquake habit so it was saturday morning around eight thirty. Am patient time and it was seven point two magnitude so that's pretty big. It's stronger than the seven magnitude earthquake that hit haiti and twenty ten. Which killed one hundred thousand people. This one was in the southwest of the country hundred kilometers west of port-au-prince the capital two sons. So spent an aid worker. At seth who actually lives in that area and he was listening to meditation music of all things when he felt his house. Moving side to side shoes so pamirs years to really say. He said he pulled out his earphones and almost fallacy ran down the stairs. I mean he described it to me as surfing a great wave. He went outside and did some initial damage assessment.
Biden 'Saddened' by Earthquake in Haiti
"Devastation in Haiti President Biden, releasing a statement saying he's saddened by the deadly earthquake that struck this morning and that he authorized an immediate US responds Haiti's Civil protection agency saying at least 220. The country was rocked by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake Saturday morning Pictures coming in over the Internet. Um do show some damage, so I wouldn't be surprised if we see a lot more. That's John Bellini with the U. S. Geological Survey. The quake struck in the western part of the country. It was felt in the capital Port au
7.2 magnitude earthquake hits Haiti; at least 29 killed
"An earthquake struck Haiti seventy eight miles west of the capital of port au prince Haitian info project capturing the scene as a woman and child trapped in the rubble in Cape Haitian saved by people digging them out the earthquake also did significant damage to the coastal town of lake high where it leveled a popular hotel hosting a celebration where officials say many are feared trapped or dead U. S. Geological Survey geophysicist Paul Caruso says it was a magnitude seven point two earthquake or pagers estimating that we have significant fatalities and significant economic damage Russo says Hey we could get some strong after shocks there's also a tropical storm expected to make landfall early in the week I'm Julie Walker
7.0 Earthquake Strikes Near Port Au Prince, Haiti
If the U.S. Is as Bad as Liberals Say, Why Do Immigrants Still Come?
"What spurred me this morning to question everything was I love this country. So does my wife. My wife was an immigrant to this country. She's now an American citizen, a proud American citizen, a very successful one. Came from Colombia, not South Carolina. For the Liberals listening, You may not know Columbia as a separate country, spelled with two owes not AU. And liberals are finding that out for the first time. But I thought, you know, it's really strange. My wife came here as an immigrant from Colombia. She loves this country and its freedoms and Would never go back. You might go back to visit one day but loves being here. It's a really great, wonderful place. But I thought, you know, it's the responsible thing to do would be to question everything. Do we live with 100? Million idiots who were liberals or are we the idiots? Uncomfortable to entertain but could be true, right? And I thought, How is it that we live in such a systemically? Racist, awful critical racism theory country. Where minorities brown and black people are treated awfully by a system that is so oppressive you can't possibly get ahead. And yet they continue to flock into America. By the hundreds of thousands a month. Risking their lives, many to do it in many cases illegally. How is that? That weird.
Mark Levin Endorses Larry Elder for California Governor
"It gets serious. If you don't mind. I'm hope it doesn't hurry. I'm going to endorse you because I mean, I would love to have a governor like you. You would be absolutely the best so What is the website? Where do people go? Elect elder dot com. Elect elder dot com Though some in the tip jar I'm going to I wouldn't need to help Mark. Thank you so much for your endorsement. Of course I wanted. I love it. Wow, You're the best and God knows what good you could do for that state, even with a Democrat, Legislature and so forth and your ability to articulate these founding principles and human principles. And to speak of and his team 75% of black kids cannot read as levels of proficiency. 50% of all kids cannot. What is that? What is that? Teachers are twice as likely. Here in California. L a U. S. D. L au unified school district twice as likely to have their own kids own school age kids in private school. And what does that tell you? Is that if you open up a restaurant, put up a sign and said, Come on in. Just don't eat the food. Yeah. All right, Larry. God bless you, my friend. We'll have you back, okay? Any time. Mark elects elders dot com. Thanks a lot. Elect elder dot com and you're more than welcome and let's put that up on parliament producer
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