18 Burst results for "Aaron Gibson"

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"You know what i'm talking about. Yes yeah i think you do junior high dance rules and that is that you have an authority figure at these. You have someone to enforce the rules at these frat parties. So you are. You have a responsible person who is handing out all the drinks and if someone's dancing to close you pull out that ruler and you say twelve inches ladies and gentlemen. How about you can't join a frat until your second year. How about you fucking bad. Frats are stupid. Thor sororities if you were in one and you had a great experience. Congratulations many people. There are better way to make friends talking. Fraternity and sorority in the classic sense of what culture is if you're going if you're going in to find a husband or or you know have talking about we're talking about we're talking about the white ones. Yeah yeah i mean. Let's be real and i guess on some campuses there's like art frats but i think the whole culture like the greek culture and what it stands for by majority. It's it's like anything it's like when the whole system is rotten. I mean sure you have two or three good ones but like the system's fucked. Yeah for sure right. This system is folk. Take painting class when you get to college. That's my advice. If i was to give it anybody a new letter of recommendation i would say i encourage them as would my affiliates. Yes for this person to thrive academically but as far as socially like take a photography class go volunteer somewhere. I don't know and then drink responsibly. And discover you know a leash. She martini or several years elevated. You know what i mean. Chris allied once again like just never goes out of style and it never doesn't taste like a milky disgusting disgusting. That's actually one of the phrasing things that they do at the at ut they made people drink crystallized collagen infused water. They make you drink that to nothing. Softness is this collagen powder. Now if you've an art to that. I might have been interested Hello which branch coffee i host. The podcast attitudes different and lover. Aaron gibson hello aaron how. Reo it's nice to.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

06:40 min | 3 months ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"What was the beginning Was the line where popular food. We're manning gray the boys. I love to stare. Who am i. just guess guys that's press. i'm rocking i'm what you like twelve. He's like. I don't know what you're talking about is like he's like you talk about. I don't know zack and cody's tweet lives. I'm so lost. I don't know there's this is. I can tell him thirty. 'cause i don't know what that is knows that can go to be life as a show. We're a little older. we're a little. We're not we're just a little too old for goethe's we la la. I loved double dare. Wow didn't you double dare or was it. did you guys know kuba gooding. Junior's younger brother was a host on Wild and crazy came on which came on before double dare. I know we're getting. We're getting we're base. I'm trying. I'm really trying to get right there. You know big big movies and our in the most obscure corner of television. We gotta get to the that. Don't have one person back. So i'm going to introduce our two guests and diverse one. And i'm gonna i'm gonna bring them out at the same time but i want to explain them. I so the first one is aaron gibson and she is the creator of game of thrones. I like to say that the shirt to my justin bieber. She is like we like. I met her in los angeles in two thousand ten or something and we became fast friends and then we started doing her hair and then one day when feeble december in two thousand twelve. She was thrones and i was like that sash and this and that and she was like this shoes contra pasta and she was like you really need to do that like for funding your diet and then that's what happened and so she's been someone that's changed my life so much geez. She hosts an amazing podcast called during shade. She's a powerhouse. She's a power writer. she's a powerhouse person. Like i just am obsessed with her and the other is the host of the gorgeous show on nailed it flat. Who also who also has done thrones. That's where i first met her years ago. When we were little teeny tiny babies that means extra infringe. Thank you so much for coming okay. Hey nicole like are you are minding your own business not just you you. You have been doing some entertainment industry moments for a second. I've been working for years. She's been working. But i feel that you this year you get my wrong to assume the kind of marina gossioux and like huddling a triple axel this year. Well i just lucked into nailed it. Very it was. They did nailed it. Look into you. Oh i mean i think it's pretty mutual. Yeah i had no idea that people would like show as much as they do obsess insane children like me. Are their children here. You're not a child that you're a grown up thirteen. You're not a child. I apologize for talking about. Learn right if you need like if he if you need therapy sweeter so they endured so far like i'm so sorry Oh my god you know. I also like have no sense of what's appropriate and not like i feel like i feel like my eight year old niece. I'll talk to her. Like she's twenty seven and then like a twenty two year old. I'll talk to them like their four. I don't i don't get it. it's hard. I don't know what to say to children who are like cake lady. I'm like hello please remain a fan. That's how i get paid. That's literally what i said to a child. The other day and her mother was like what. And i was like and then she wanted a picture and i said okay so i bent down and then she bent down. I was like no. You're dumb dumb. I'm getting down there with you. Oh boy kids they call me cake later. They do for real yeah. I'm a hotel. This little girl is like like i am guilty guilty. Yup older people love saying that to made this man almost hit me with his car and he leaned out went post. You can't do that after you almost murder me. You're like you know timing. Yes everything else like. We're sounding no hounding. No i feel like a hammer win. It was like a while ago. I saw you do stand up for the first time You she commands a room. She can't help but it's not your fault. Just what it is like her. What are you performing somewhere somewhere. What's going on with like what's it what's it going up in. The standard is their pop in. I have is also like a not pre rehearsed questions like. I have no idea if they're not doing it. Like i don't know it's pop man. I'm recording netflix. Special tomorrow baby. I'm so excited. Oh wait tomorrow today. Today's the day. God that would have been bad. Sorry guys more tonight at club set at seven thirty and nine can go take your good energy. There already sold out. I have no idea. go wait in line. I don't know a better way to spend your night kidding. Better ways history than sitting in line with nicolas says yeah. Yeah i love curl your also come at it. Is that that. Like i read the thing about the spend.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

07:03 min | 4 months ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Believe this but this isn't quite possibly one story. I've never talked about before. And you'll see why. But i wouldn't talk about diapers today. Ooh baby baby. And i'm not talking about like the kind i wear so i can p freely on trampoline love. Yeah you know what. I mean your. What are you gonna do jump from there into directly bathroom now. Used to climb down the works. I'm talking about diapers for babies. Just to be clear and bright. I know it's been a while but babies are those like cute little things that make gurgling sounds but have really underdeveloped underdeveloped perception right of course timeout easy to trick so easy. If you gonna trick somebody find a baby there so stupid. So we've all seen the family friendly masks that the gop wear so. It's really confusing. That they wouldn't have dealt with this problem then. We're talking about today. Which is a huge issue Just to be clear about what. The government doesn't do federal aid for people living below the poverty level which is one of nine women or over thirteen million women. Federal aid does not cover diapers. As a matter of fact you cannot buy diapers with food stamps. Wick which is a government program specifically designed to help infants and their parents nutrition does not cover them and neither does medicaid. That's insane but it's nothing covers diapers republicans i've never seen one republican standing outside croker handing a single parent with a with a baby a big stack of diapers out. And i'll tell you why this is disgusting and it won't be shocking at all. But it's disk gusting sure. The national diaper bank started this. Partisan discussing the primary to is disgusting. You'll know it when you hear it. The national diaper bank. Oh you do. Yeah i do i. What are the checking tears again. They have infant toddler elderly adult. There's nothing in the middle. Absolutely no young adult no did no young adult absolutely. Yeah absolutely why do they. Why do they why. It's kind of redundant to say elderly adult guy. I guess it's not yeah. I'm not elderly erin. But i'm an adults my god. Don't tell hollywood about this conversation. I'll be typecast forever. Have you removed your age for my md. I haven't done it deliberately. So i don't know if it's on there but i did they remove it all for everyone. I don't know i remember there. Was that like lawsuit a few years ago about that absolutely should be and also by the way. I don't give a fuck what the journalism standards are. You shouldn't put someone's age in a fucking article. I totally agree. Because it doesn't fucking matter it. Does it matters what i mean. It does matter. Shouldn't be like aaron gibson age. Sixty three love cats. My kind of gal all allies even my name. Not even my name have been fooling everyone for years. So republicans don't hear about this. They've watched is the national diaper bank. Also bank distributed one hundred and forty eight million diapers last year. That's twenty twenty massively larger Massively larger number that of diapers that they distributed in two thousand eighteen which was eighty four million. Which is still a lot of diapers. But you see the jump obviously with the code and the the job numbers and the fact that like now more people need diapers and this bank is like providing them. And here's a sentence. I never thought i would say a million years. Congratulations louisiana government for being ahead of the curve for once really. They just passed a law banning tax on diapers and tampons grades. Which is a small help to these single parents and really oftentimes too parents struggling to buy basic supplies for their their babies Okay which country is hostile as they are to abortion rights their if you're going to be against abortion you better have a fuck. This is where. I feel about everything right now. It's like do not come for me before you come for yourself. Thank you please come for yourself first before you come for me. Because if you're not out there hustling to get babies diapers but you're gonna stand in a fucking abortion clinic all day in scream at people for ex for exercising their right. Do you have no legs to stand on your fucking flamingo. And both those feeder out of the water at which is exactly. You're the kind of flamingo who doesn't stand on one foot every other glorious flamingo. You are the david blaine of fleming goes thank you. That's right broad fraud. Funny so funny. So the reason. And and by the way getting louisiana to repeal the tax on these things was a fucking nightmare for state rabs because republican lawmakers were upset and by the way didn't like hide behind any kind of like rhetoric or anything. They were light. But we're gonna lose it eleven million dollars from taxes. We're gonna lose eleven million dollars by the way governor brown the same shit in california when they tried to repeal the tampon tax. This yeah. I was like fine money another way. Yeah okay the only way to get tax money. Find money out of the way. These should never have been taxed in the first place. I no. You're making money off of people who are who can't afford to give you money. Yeah it's absolute so step your calls up okay. This is another joke. Isn't that funny erin. We're from texas not taxes that people from texas say now. I don't know i don't know i was just saying that joke with my the last thing i ever say on. Well it's all. I can think about like with all these celebrities who moved to texas. I'm like there's no state tax. Yeah we're we're all aware role aware all the states that you're like why do people move there have seatac yeah So the republicans obviously through tantrum. But this has this law barely passed. But i think it's it's very clear that the republicans only care about the tax base. That's all they care about. Whatever it is. Except for. I guess i i mean abortion. Same thing like they want more people. They want more people pay taxes..

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Just because produce is atypical non-coventional weird or ugly does not mean it should be cast. Aside outcast up cycled nutrition is outgrowing. How we view treat and use food and what would be food. Waste that up to forty percent of the fruit producing the us. Every year gets wasted. And i'm not talking about you know drunk. I'm talking about it. Goes right to the garbage that translates to a loss of two hundred eighteen billion dollars per year and the greenhouse gases associated with food waste amount to roughly thirty seven million passenger vehicles on the road. Outcast rescues this misfit produce. That would have gone to landfill and gives them new life. I said lawn fill to fall. Thank you. I tried to channel my katherine hepburn. They work with local farmers and groceries to take the produce they can't sell simply because of aesthetics surplus and they and they create nutrient dense. Plant powders with them. These are used to create plant based protein and super greens and a variety of flavors. That taste incredible. I have tried the mint chocolate chip. Which by the way but this protein powder just straight up in my water and salacious. You can get it in with your water if you want your milk. I tried the lemon meringue pie which is absolutely delicious and by the way they also even have a fruit explosion which is also sort of like kids. Cereal ish which is delicious. Each scoop of outcast upcycle protein twenty grams. A plant based protein suit can visit outcast foods dot com to learn more and use code attitudes fifteen percent off that's outcasts foods dot com and code attitudes for fifteen percent off. Hi i'm home. Essential aaron gibson. And i'm nasty bryan safi and this is attitudes. Lgbtq issues women's issues. Pop culture. I gotta tell you when i.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"It's is by a fellow lesbian author but she it's the harper bliss in her missus and they just kind of chat back back and forth to each other they do update what what's going on in harper's writing life but it's more just a fun one that i like to listen to you because they're quite snarky to each other and i enjoy their banter sure so and was banished. We have to give a shadow to her privilege. She is one of our trade partners. She is and we've been in a call with them and sat with them for drinks and we can confirm they they. They do talk bouncing goods. Knock yes they're. They're quite entertaining so if you haven't listened to their podcast i do recommend it. In then i listened to this other <hes> lesbian podcast. It's called the lesbian book club on the lesbian lunch mist laden. Have you ever heard of this. Podcast never heard of it. I've been a guest on this. That was my absolutely favorite website. Those who don't know glennon host the lesbian book club in his quite entertaining so i recommend that one highly what about you. What else do you listen to. That's very sweet of you went to expect you to shout at me. Put it costs and i got so i've got one. Am one coltrane shade. This was my absolute favorite podcast for about two or three years. What what was the title. The game and the title is throwing shade okay. That's what i thought you said sosa sosa snark yes throwing shade and it's hosted by aaron gibson and brian savvy and they all bay stand up comedians brian is a bit of an actual and aaron as a and he is gay and aaron is he describes himself as a feminine stay. She's a bang-up feminist. I and very funny with it. Recommend it because it's it's basically shines ally on l. G. p. t. l. l. g. p. t. as the lesbian and gay personal trainer movement <hes> the l._g._b._t.'s shines on obt issues and women's issues and pop culture said lacy do things are great say and it is an american baseball 'cause mason. This stuff is based on act but they do have a more quiet big worldviews well so it's really really great great to listen to..

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Since nineteen ninety nine in this blessed America, there are no more than twice, as many suicides in the United States has homicides. Many involve drugs, drinking or depression, losing a job, a loved one or stress but experts say there is no one two or ten causes have story today to begin a series of reports about some of the people touched by suicide. Hello there. All right. Thanks. A new shift begins at Chicago's northside, fourteen at least Louis uniform should under bright white lights to hear the latest alerts about robberies and other crimes. I eight six you. Thank you guys work. Other Dan brand police department. Chaplain speaks soft, you're coworker needing, help don't hesitate show. All right. God bless you work. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you. Seven Chicago police officers have taken their own lives in the past twelve months. Other Branco's out to crime scenes station houses. If officers feel the need to talk to appreciate if not a therapist across the country. At least one hundred fifty nine officers died by suicide in twenty eight you know, there is a nationwide statistic, you may be aware of says, father brand that police officers twice as likely to take his or her own life as they are to be killed by an aggressor which if you let that sink. Yeah. That's an alarming statistic. We've met with the group before women from different parts of America who care, a solemn sorrow h was married to a police officer who took his life. Christian Clifford's husband was officer, Stephen Clifford of the national county New York police. They just got the puppy. They look forward to having children one day and may twenty seventeen he wasn't responding to her text messages. So she drove home and I went inside, and I saw on a bunch of no. On his police identification, his driver's license everything lead out, very neatly methodically. And I ran down the hallway to our bedroom, and the door was closed, and it was a note on it. That said, I did it do not enter call nine one malicious Wales was married to officer David Swail for the Los Angeles Police Department. They had four sons David Swailes had symptoms of post traumatic stress from his time in the US navy and their youngest son's second birthday, elicits Wales came home and found her husband behind their bathroom door. I remember just screaming over and over. I can't I can't. I can't Aaron Gibson was married to sergeant Clinton Gibson of the liberty lake Washington. Police. They were high school sweethearts the head for children that even register in my mind that Clinton was dead. Nothing makes sense after that. So the cold record had recently married officer, John Reichert of the Asheville North Carolina police, he was a recovering alcoholic, but he drank the ninety two his life. She got a phone call from one of his lieutenants, and he goes, well, John is gone, and it appears to be self inflicted. And I said, what are you talking about the night before? John and I talked about going to his concert for his favorite band him getting another tattoo. The women were drawn together over the internet because of the law, they so intimately share. They say their husbands felt more and more strain on the job police. No. They're not popular in many communities. The national conversation about race in policing has put their actions, under constant scrutiny that man slowly became a different person because of the work that day to day interaction of people yelling at him and calling him names and throwing things at him malicious Wales, says her husband would go from one call to the next one crime or trauma to another than watch video from his body Cam at night. Not only did you experience, Dave, and your re-experience. It unloading at all. And I remember thinking. Looking at this man thinking, I don't know how you can do this and sadly. After so much time. He couldn't Aaron Gibson had to leave her husband because of all the pain he turned on himself. He's under so much stress at work. So whenever he was home. He was drinking. He drank drank drank until he passed out, and I have memories of film, pacing the floors, just pacing pacing, pacing back and forth. It was frightening. He never talked to anyone including me about it. And that was the problem. Kristen Clifford and her friends say, their husbands all put on masks to go to work. He was the joke star. He was the happy one. I was just getting messages from one of his co workers, how they still talk about him and how much they miss him because he was just always making them laugh are all our husbands were like there's certain personality. I think it takes to do that job. They're very service oriented people, I think, to begin with, with discuss privately like a lot of our husband did suffer a lot of childhood trauma, that I think lead them to have a good childhood. Right. They want to help families. John put everyone else first police officers. Ultra have the means to end their lives. At their fingertips. Their husbands used to go to use their service weapons. If they had to wait and figure out a way. Maybe they would have changed their minds, but it's right there. And as a mother of four boys that scares me, because our children are more according to research, more likely device lewisite. So that's always kind of in the back of my mind, because, of course, we're all human, we're going to have those stark times stark moments. But. Would rather my kids learn to reach for a phone or feature something else. Instead of, but they say many police officers won't talk to accounts, their therapist apprec-, even when encouraged by their departments Melissa Wales, says when she suggested it to her husband, remember, he looked at me and said, are you crazy? I go to them. Not only could I lose my job. I'm going to never promote other gonna bench me, not to mention my colleagues might my brothers. They're gonna look at me as a liability. Nobody's gonna wanna work with me through their loss and grief. The women have grown to feel police commanders should speak openly about their own metal struggles and encourage officers to seek regular metal counseling. They're all struggling sorry. But anyway, any hall says they're not? They're lying to themselves like they're all dealing with something. Right. So if they make it a normal thing in, it's okay to talk about it, then then they would all talk about is like you would go qualify, right? All of our husbands had to qualify monthly to, to shoot. You maybe that's just a normal thing, not because you're no, you're not fit for duty. It's just because it needs to become a normal part of their culture, and their routine, and their daily weekly you, you know, I I've now receive services from the police department but I'm just like gosh darn it it should be it should have been you before fringe of spoken checked on each other every day for two years. But this was the first time they'd ever actually met the Mark v. Where.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on KCRW

"Four children that didn't even register. My mind that was dead. Nothing makes sense after that. So. The coal record had recently, married officer, John Reichert of the Asheville North Carolina police. He was a recovering alcoholic, but he drank the ninety took his life. She got a phone call from one of his lieutenants, and he goes, well, John is gone, and it appears to be self inflicted. And I said, what are you talking about the night before? John and I talked about going to his concert for his favorite band him getting another tattoo. The women were drawn together over the internet because of the loss they still share. They say their husbands felt more and more strain on the job police. No. They're not popular in many communities, the national conversation about race and policing has put their actions, under constant scrutiny that man slowly became a different person because of the work that day to day interaction of people yelling at him and calling him names and throwing things at him malicious Wales, says her husband would go from one call to the next one crime or trauma to another than watch video from his body Cam at night. Not only did experience, Dave David, your re-experience it on loading at all. And I remember thinking. Looking at this man thinking, I don't know how you can do this and sadly. After so much time he couldn't Aaron Gibson had to leave her husband because of all the pain he turned on himself us under so much stress at work. So whenever he was home. He was drinking and he drank drank drank until he passed out, and I have memories, a film, pacing, the floors, just pacing pacing, pacing back and forth. It was frightening. You never talked to anyone including me about it. And that was the problem. Christian Clifford in her friends say, their husbands all put on masks to go to work. He was the joke star. He was the happy one. I was just getting messages from one of his co-workers how they still talk about him and how much they miss him because he was just always making them laugh are all our husbands were like there's certain personality. I think it takes to do that job police officer, they're very like service oriented people, I think, to begin with we've discussed privately like a lot of our husband did suffer a lot of childhood trauma, that I think give lead them to the and have a good childhood. Right. They want to help families. John put everyone else first police officers. Ultra have the means to end their lives. At their fingertips, their husbands used to gun to use their service whip if they had to wait and figure out a way. Maybe they would have changed their minds, but it's right there. And as a mother of four boys that scares me, because our children are more according to research, more likely divisive site. So that's always kind of in the back of my mind, because, of course, we're all human, we're going to have those dark times start moments. But. I'd rather my kids, learn to reach for a phone or feature something else instead of, but they say many police officers won't talk to accounts, their therapist, your priest even when encouraged by their departments. Melissa Swail says when she suggested it to her husband, I remember he looked at me and said, are you crazy I to them? Not only could I lose my job. I'm coins to never promote other gonna bench me, not to mention my colleagues might my brothers gonna look at me as a liability. Nobody's gonna wanna work with me through their loss and grief. The women have grown to feel police commanders should speak openly about their own metal struggles and encourage officers to seek regular metal counseling. They're all struggling sorry. But anyway, any authors says they're not. They're lying to themselves like they're all dealing with something. Right. So they may get a normal thing, and it's okay to talk about it, then then they would all talk about just like you would go qualify. Right. All of our husbands had to qualify monthly to, to shoot radio. They have you maybe that's just a normal thing, not because you're, you're not fit for duty. It's just because it needs to become a normal part of their culture, and their routine. Their daily weekly you, you know, I've now receive services from the police department, but I'm just like gosh darn, it, it should be it should have been you four friends of spoken and checked on each other every day for two years. But this was the first time that. Ever actually met the Mark the occasion. That.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nearly thirty percent since nineteen ninety nine in this blessed America, there are now more than twice, as many suicides in the United States has homicides involve drugs, drinking or depression, losing a job, a loved one or stress but experts say there is no one two or ten causes have story today to begin a series of reports about some of the people touched by suicide. Hello. All right. Thanks. A new shift begins at uconn goes northside, fourteen at least district blue uniform should under bright white lights to hear. The latest alerts about robberies and other crimes. I eight as you guys work other Dan branch relief department chaplain speaks software coworker. Numale don't hesitate Trump. All right. Bless you work. Thanks. Seven at Chicago police officers who've taken their own lives in the past twelve months. Branco out to crime scenes station houses. If officers feel the need to talk to apprec-, if not a therapist across the country, at least one hundred fifty nine officers died by suicide in two thousand eighteen there is a nationwide to secure maybe aware of says, father brand that police officers twice as likely to take his or her own life as they are to be killed by aggressor, which thinking that's an alarming statistic. We've met with the group before women from different parts of America who care, a solemn sorrow h was married to a police officer who took his life. Christian Clifford's husband was officer, Stephen Clifford of the Nassau County, New York police just got the puppy. They look forward to having children one day, and may twenty seventeen. He wasn't responding to her text messages. So she drove home and I went inside, and I saw on a bunch of notes on his police identification, his driver's license everything lead out, very neatly methodically, and I ran down the hallway to our bedroom, and the door was closed, and it was a note on it. That said, I did it do not enter call nine one malicious Wales was married to officer David Swail for the Los Angeles Police Department. They had four sons. David Swailes had symptoms of post traumatic stress from his time in the US navy and their youngest son's second birthday, Melissa's Wales came home and found her husband behind their bathroom door. I remember just screaming over and over. I can't I can't. I can't Aaron Gibson was married to sergeant Clinton Gibson of the liberty lake Washington. Police, they were high school sweethearts. They had four children that even register in my mind that is dead. Nothing makes sense after that. So the cold record had recently, married officer John record of the Asheville North Carolina. Police he was a recovering alcoholic, but he drank the night took his life. She got a phone call from one of his lieutenants, and he goes, well, John is gone, and it appears to be self inflicted. I said, what are you talking about the night before? John and I talked about going to his concert for his favorite band him getting another tattoo. The women were drawn together over the internet because of the loss they still needed mentally share. They say their husbands felt more and more strain on the job police. No. They're not popular in many communities, the national conversation about race and policing has put their actions, under constant scrutiny that man slowly became a different person because of the work that day to day interaction of people yelling at him and calling him names throwing things at him malicious Wales, says her husband would go from one call to the next one crime or trauma to another than watch video from his body Cam at night. Not only did experience day, then you're re-experience it unloading at all. And I remember thinking. Looking at this man thinking, I don't know how you can do this and sadly. After so much time he couldn't Aaron Gibson head to leave her husband because of all the pain he turned on himself us under so much stress at work. So whenever he was home. He was drinking and he drank drank drank until he passed out, and I have memories of him, pacing, the floors, just pacing pacing, pacing back and forth. It was frightening. He never talked to anyone including me about it. And that was the problem, Christian Clifford and her friends say, their husbands, all put on masks to go to work. He was the joke star. He was the happy one. I was just getting messages from one of his co-workers how they still talk about him and how much they miss him because he was just always making them laugh are all our husbands were like there's certain personality. I think it takes to do job. They're very service oriented people, I think, to begin with we've discussed privately like a lot of our husband did suffer a lot of childhood trauma, that I think you've led them to have a good childhood. Right. They want to help families. John put everyone else first police officers. Ultra have the means to end their lives. At their fingertips. Their husbands used to go to use their service weapons. If they had to wait and figure out a way. Maybe they would have changed their minds, but it's right there. And as a mother of four boys that scares me, because our children are more according to research, more likely device aside. So that's always kind of in the back of my mind, because, of course, we're all human, we're going to have those stark times start moments. But. Would rather my kids learn to reach for a phone or feature something else instead of, but they say many police officers won't talk to a counselor therapist priest, even when encouraged by their departments Melissa Swailes says when she suggested it to her husband. I remember he looked at me and said, are you crazy I go to them? Not only could I lose my job. I'm coin to never promote other gonna bench me not to mention my colleagues might my brothers. They're gonna look at me as a liability. Nobody's gonna wanna work with me through their loss and grief. The women have grown to feel police commanders should speak openly about their own metal struggles and encourage officers to seek regular metal counseling they're all struggling and sorry. But anyway, any says are not they're lying to themselves like they're all dealing with something. Right. So they make it a normal thing, and it's okay to talk about it, then then they would all talk about it just like you would go qualify, right? All of our husband had to qualify monthly to shoot. Maybe that's just a normal thing, not because you're no you're not fit for duty. It's just because it needs to become a normal part of their culture and their teen. Their daily weekly you, I've now receive services from the police department, but I'm just like gosh darn it, it should be it should have been. You the four friends of spoken and checked on each other every day for two years. But this was the first time that ever actually met the market. All right. Where.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on KCRW

"Since nineteen ninety nine in this blessed America, there are no more than twice, as many suicides in the United States had homicides involve drugs, drinking or depression, losing job. A loved one or stress but experts say there is no one two or ten cautious have story today to begin a series of reports about some of the people touched by Shueisha. Hello. All right. Thanks, a new shift begins Chicago's northside fourteenth release district Louis uniform should under bright white lights to hear. The latest alerts about robberies and other crimes, I ate, as you guys work, other Dan brand. Police department. Chaplain speaks softly, coworker nail don't has shown. All right. Bless you. Thank you. Seven Chicago police officers have taken their own lives in the past twelve months. The Broncos out to crime scenes station houses. If officers feel the need to talk to a priest if not a therapist across the country. At least one hundred fifty nine officers died by suicide in two thousand eighteen there is a nationwide statistic. You may be aware of says, father brand that police officers twice as likely to take his or her own life as they are to be killed by aggressor which if you let that sink in that's an alarming statistic. We've met with the group before women from different parts of America who share a solemn sorrow h was married to a police officer who took his life. Christian Clifford's husband was officer, Stephen Clifford of the Nassau County, New York police, they just got the puppy. They look forward to having children one day, and may twenty seventeen. He wasn't responding to her text messages. So she drove home and I went inside, and I saw. A bunch of notes on his police identification, his driver's license everything lead out, very neatly methodically, and I ran down the hallway to our bedroom, and the door was closed. And there was a note on it that said, I did it do not enter call nine one malicious Wales was married officer David Hale for the Los Angeles Police Department. They had four sons David Swailes had symptoms of post traumatic stress from his time in the US navy and their youngest son's second birthday. Elicits Wales came home and found her husband behind their bathroom door. I remember just screaming over and over. I can't I can't. I can't Aaron Gibson was married to sergeant Clinton Gibson of the liberty lake Washington. Police,.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on KPCC

"Corcion. I hope him in his carry in heaven. Oh my God. It's going to be like like would Nettie and Sealy get reunited in color purple. And I can't wait. We're talking with Jonathan van Ness and Aaron Gibson about gay of thrones. This all started in a virus share or to call us launcher lawn chair. I'm sorry. This all started us launcher couldn't recline that chair to shave errands face or not. How is the haircut? Well, John has been doing my hair for almost ten years. I met you in two thousand and eight no because I moved here in nine. Okay. So it must have been at nine that you in the end of nine by early two thousand ten I was like what's the hats? Like, what are you doing? There was there was a little situation. When when I took about two the shampoo bowl to get ready for my boss, and I was like, oh my God. What's the tea? And that's when this all happen because I was working funnier die is a writer director. And I was at that point the only female on staff, and I was in the chair with Jonathan. He was recapping game of thrones to another stylists client, and he kept calling Robert breathy. And she, and I just thought this is really funny. So I went into funnier Diane. I was like, hey, I have off the wall pitch. Can I bring my hairdresser? Who's never been on camera in here to recap this show? And literally this is the kind of place where they're just like all right? So we did it on. How important has gave thrones bend to you? Because you're still doing it even though obviously since that first pitch a lot has changed in your life. Yeah. We'll give like so major to me. But really like get through. It was my first time when errand said that I thought she meant like on a phone. I never really been like on a set. So I didn't understand like what we were really getting into it. And then we have like Erin I've done this for fifty three episodes together. Matt Musani our executive producer has been on this for fifty three episodes. And he was our first guest in the chair for the first episode ever. And so we there are people that have been on this show. Our core people have been on the show together since two thousand thirteen so it's like not only do I like personal relationships with them and look forward to getting to work with them in right with them and create together, we've created dislike little magical baby together who people really like to get together and see fishes still fun to do. And I feel like every other way that my life has changed which anyway, I wanted to do here when I was a four year old kid, and I always. Just wanted to be successful hairdresser who didn't need to borrow money from anyone to cover my rent and like just wanted to breathe. And when I started making stuff on camera with Aaron I got bit by a severe case of I want to keep making content bug, and my life has changed so much. I would not have experienced like any of the changes that my life is experience. If it wasn't for my friendship with Aaron. And if it wasn't for her seeing a potential in me that I never knew that I had. So I wouldn't be where I am an anyway if it wasn't forgave thrown. So there was no way I wasn't going to finish it out and come see my friends and get to make this finish. What we started, you know? But it was still obvious from the minute. You're talking in that chair to me like that you were meant to do this like I wouldn't just put someone in chair on camera. If I didn't think that you had it in you to do it. You know, what I mean, it wasn't like some weird experiment rose. Let's see this is a failure. I was busy going to work because you're involved. But that's why I say that she is like the usher to my Justin Bieber has she. I really did. Like discover she discovered me to me like I didn't even know that I could do any of the things that I've done and she was like the first person. I was like, oh like Docklands got potential. I didn't know.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on KPCC

"Amen. That was recorded just yesterday at the funny are dis studios in Hollywood where I visited to chat with Jonathan van Ness and Aaron Gibson the series creator and director I asked fan as how making time for gay of thrones works logistically with all his commitments for queer eye season. Seven was the last season. I was in Atlanta shooting queer eye. So I would shoot queer eye Tuesday through Friday and then get on a plane, and then come here do gay of thrones get back on the plane, go back to Atlanta. And now this time I have since moved to New York. And so Sunday mornings, I get up and I pop on a plane, I get here, and then I come onto show with everyone. And then I go home, and well, then I pitch all my jokes before everyone else gets pitch their jokes, which is really nice to me. So never else could stay up till midnight. And then I tap out at nine and like, oh my God. I'm so tired, which is the joke. Really? I am. We need you to be amazing on camera dies you need to go to bed. What is it? Like when you guys are watching it is it like being Theodore everybody's talking back to the screen like, there's just constant banter. You making knows what does it sound. Like this year. We have a new method where we're doing like one of our people will yell out the scene number. So it's like a scene one seemed to you because we're all kind of writing while we're watching it. So there is some yelling the screen usually for me. But we turn the lights off we have snacks. And we right. We really are you there's a lot of typing are other tradition is that we always have ten degrees. We've had ten greens every single year and Chuck. Not that. There are so many recaps of game of thrones. And what's amazing to me is how quick and how thorough they are? And when you're thinking about how you were going to both recap an episode, and then do something. That's funny. How do you figure out? What is I? Because is it important that you get the story. Right. I and then add the jokes are what do they come in? I think it's always about serving the purpose of how Jonathan has regurgitated this show. So in my mind is always funny. I, but I do want this to be a cheat sheet for people who maybe don't watch game of thrones. And maybe want to not feel like they're an outcast in society at work. So they do know what's going on. But first and foremost, it's about making this show funny, and allowing Jonathan to shine his very specific and hilarious light on a show. That is the most macabre thing on TV. The other thing that you guys seem to be really intentional about is making sure that you have. Most latest pop culture references possible. So you just did an episode where you have a mayor Pete reference. There's a reference to the Boeing seven thirty seven max is it always like what happened that day that we can incorporate how do you think about what is and is not funny or worth, including well, I have to say, you know, in in the episode from last week, you know, it was all about Martina Hingis. This battle had more ups and downs than Martinez. Hang.

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Jonathan Van Ness's 'Gay Of Thrones' Web Show Is Back

The Frame

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Jonathan Van Ness's 'Gay Of Thrones' Web Show Is Back

"Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. You've certainly heard of game of thrones the HBO series that is now in its eighth and final season. But what about gay of thrones gave thrones as a funny or die web series? That's been recapping game of thrones episodes ever since season three. The show is hosted by Jonathan van Ness. You might know him as the hairstylist and grooming expert on the Netflix show queer eye each week, a different guests like Gabrielle union or on a affairs sits down and Jonathan stylus chair for a pretend haircut and the to get talking about that weekend's episode of game of thrones with countless jokes and pop culture. References. Here's a clip from today's episode with actor and comedian Camille Johnny about a pivotal game of thrones scene between sir c and Tyrian. Lancaster? I bet you but evil no volume Carol Brady goes no dice. She's like, don't you tear us maternal instinct's against me. I am just as indicative and unreasonable as Amen that was recorded just yesterday, the funny or die studios in Hollywood where I visited a chat with Jonathan van Ness and Aaron Gibson the series creator and director, she's like don't you dare us. My maternal instinct's against me, I has been dictated and unreasonable as any man. She's like, don't you tear us nine maternal instinct's against me. I am just as reasonable. And I am just as and unreasonable as any man. When I sat down with Erin Gibson, and Jonathan van Ness after the shoot I ask van as how making time for gay of thrones works logistically with all his commitments for queer eye season. Seven shows the last season, I was in Atlanta shooting queer eye. So I would shoot queer eye Tuesday through Friday and get on a plane, and then come here do gave thrones get back on the plane, go back to Atlanta. And now this time I have said spoke to New York, and so Sunday mornings, I get up and I pop on a plane, and I get here, and then I come to show with everyone. And then I go home, and well, then I pitch all my jokes before everyone else gets pitch their jokes, which is really nice to me. So everyone's could stay up till midnight. And I tap out at night. And I'm like, oh my God. I'm so tired, which is the joke. But really I am. It's a lot like. We need you to be amazing on camera dies need to go to bed. What is it? Like when you guys are watching it is it like being Theodore everybody's talking about to the screen like, there's just constant banter. You making knows what does it sound like this new method where we're doing like one of our people will yell out the number. So it's like a scene one seemed to because we're all kind of writing while we're watching it. So there is some healing of the screen usually from me, but we turn the lights off we have snacks. And we right. We really are. There's a lot of typing are other tradition is that we always have ten degrees. We've had ten degrees every single year and shocked. Not sick of it. There are so many recaps of game of thrones. And what's amazing to me is how quick and how thorough they are? And when you're thinking about how you were going to both recap and episode and then do something. That's funny. How do you figure out? What is I? Because is it important that you get the story. Right. I and then at the jokes are what order they come in. I think it's always about serving the purpose of how Jonathan has regurgitated this show. So in my mind is always funny. I, but I do want this to be a cheat sheet for people who maybe don't watch game of thrones. And maybe one not feel like they're an outcast in society at work. So they do know what's going on. But first and foremost, it's about making this show funny, and allowing Jonathan to shine his very specific and hilarious light on a show. That is the most McCall thing on TV. The other thing that you guys seem to be really intentional about is making sure that you have the most latest pop culture references possible. So. So you just did an episode where you have a mayor Pete reference. There's a reference to the Boeing seven thirty seven max is that always like what happened that day that we can incorporate how do you think about what is and is not funny or worth including well, I have to say, you know, in in the episode from last week. It was all about Martina Hingis. This battle had more downs than Martinez. Hang stories his career. So I things are going great. She wins drilling open in ninety seven. Well, then she screws up at the French Open by serving underhanded, stuffy graph and gets booed off the court. But then she goes on to the lay at Wimbledon. Unfortunately, then she just positive for snow, which she denies. Let's what they love about. Our writing room is like it's really we are going to we're going to get an each we're going to go big. We're going to go niche gonna go. Now, we're gonna go eighty six we're going to go ninety four you don't know. Also, we might have a revolutionary war thing. Like, you just don't know what you're going to get last night we joke because we couldn't remember if we'd already made it, and it was a nodding hill reference, and it was. I'm just a dragon Queen standing in front of a murderous asking her to surrender. So how does the Martina Hingis reference come in? Because it goes on for like, two minutes. It's all of Martinez, tennis Greer the ups and downs. I forgot that she got popped for drug offence. There is a lot of research and detail in your Martina hanging story, we'll happen. There was as we air was trying to figure out a great analogy for something that has a lot of ups and downs. And we wanted to get through the battle scenes quickly because it was just a lot of carnage is a lot current and all the ideas that were coming up for something to had a lot of ups and downs. Just weren't feeling quite on the gay of thrones brand win all of a sudden Martina h'angus's underhand serve to Steffi Graf in the ninety nine French Open just leaped into my head. And I was like it's Martina Hingis tennis career, which when anything sounds like oh my God. It's Martinez tennis career

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Okay. Here's the thing. I need George children to take care of me when I'm older I'm going to be in a nursing home ninety three years old, and I plan on doing very hard club drugs. Cocaine ecstasy heroin. I waspa- DM. I think a great club drug. You take you drinking you shit in a bucket. You dance your heart out shore. The point is I'm gonna be in a fucking nother zone. Okay. But I'm going to be shitting myself left. And right. So I need your children to take me outside and hose me down in my wheelchair. Please prom promised me when you have your children when they're in your arms, and you're looking in their cute little veer next covered faces for the first time Barrick's, by the way, is that thing that they're born in that cares rankles. So as soon as your baby comes out wipe your baby all over your face. You looking in their sweet little is before you say, I love you or thank you for being here. Whatever thank you next or whatever. Look at your baby and go I need you to host off Aaron Gibson. In fifty years. As Vic St. years. And then look at your baby and say do you like my hair she thinks just bought? Are you done at one more thing to sing? But is it deflate now? Because you said that maybe. Here's the deal we need to. I here's here's that. They're going to say, I if no more people nobody in this room is going to walk out of here ever get and judgment for being on her phone. If you see a moment airplane, who's has babies crying? We're all going to offer to fucking help. Okay. These women have gone through. Offer to help they are doing a fucking hard job. Okay. And it's up to all of.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"I'm on the season of you, don't watch it. But I'm on this season of nine one one on FOX. If you watch it. Oh that are you an operator? I play. I am the nine one one call center, boss. So I just it's so crazy that I'm on a dry all I do is I go like she's wear. We'll be right there. We're sending someone now. That was really good. Oh, that's all of that. Okay. Just nine one one call center police department. So does it look like a classy library ties, and we'll tables ping pong? You the work phone rings, you guys all freak out. Yeah. The phone. I'm I'm like like damn damn. I love that. You know? That's exciting. It's fun to interact with but it's mostly me and Jennifer love Hewitt who work in the call center. So LA. Of this. This is great. She's she says whispered to ghost. She does not I mostly just like walk by. And I'm Mike. Does the majority of take place in the call center. No. It's one of those shows that it's like five storyline. Okay. So our story line is in the call center. But like Angela Bassett's the chief of police. Okay. Peter Krause firemen into it follows all these stories, which is great for an actor because you only shoot your story. Yeah. And then, you know, Britain still in it. She's not okay. Not interested. I don't know anything. I. Story thirty jobs. There's just did it for year. Yeah. About like what if I was like, she's they're falling out. And now, she's. Tune Dan dressed like Connie Britton in this show. She's not. Yeah. No. She is. She was only on for the first year. But yeah. Yeah. Nothing weird there. But Bonnie kitten is. She's got way the blackhead. She's. Chris Gaines, that's their Garth Brooks. That's right. That's the whole show is about a nine operator who gets into skies for being on the phone. All in this actress, she's she's like nine one one. What's your March on chain? Just like Chris Gaines. Yes classic. Chris game. Classic. Chris Gaines, really the shows about Garth Brooks. At the meta aren't they all every show. Is it every show now about our, bro? I was watching a marvelous as well. And I thought if this isn't the album shameless by Garth Brooks. This just like, especially those Catskills episodes. Oh my God. No that thanks again. Amy, Sherman palladino for drowning us in have sheep. Garth loves a hat to they really they have more in common. Are the same person Garth Brooks wrote every episode of Gilmore girls yet, Aaron what are you going on? I wrote a book called them and nasty, and it's still out. Yeah. Complicated woman guy women's guide to surviving. The patriarchy without drinking yourself to death. You can get it on hardback out in south back yet. That's what they call an Amazon right now not that ever out Amazon right now and look up Aaron Gibson. You would just go right to my book, by the way, you all miss out because my at wrote a really scathing review of. Yes. I don't know if we can put this apply Castro, but OBI, no way Denise and guess what dumb bitch her user. Denise could be any other way. I was like I was like who is this review? The username said. Your name is your username. She was like, here's a she was mad about because I call myself Irish Catholic street right in it. And she was like Where'd I rish where well, and I was like, okay. There was seventeen paragraphs and the best part about it was at the end. Someone had written some stranger wrote calm down, dude. Oh, my only one star review check it out..

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Confuse people chose to do an accent, others did not people were fully ADR. I'm looking at you out Kilmer. What was that? Kids. I genuinely thought it was like a Norwegian actor. Yes. Because it was a different voice. That's Val Kilmer. But he was like our girls gore door to divert. What sounded like a less muffled bane? We'll we'll break down much J K Simmons. What's going on? This this food on. This was the surface. This was on that either via watch. On the surface. This movie prevents like this is going to be the next silence of the lambs. I mean, there's no doubt refund. We fucking did it both. We got Ness. Bo. On easy, produce months. Core. Sese supposed to direct dropped out. Smartest one in this time. We'll get to the the best performance in this movie. Snowman is it? Is that the two sided snowman because I thought that's not bad rain man was great. That's so mad. We'd loved that. So many check frost. Same snowman guy gets those party nails higher snowmen to do snowmen roles. All right. This movie in which Michael fast bender is the worst detective in history. This movie is a triumph of the villain. But for his inability to notice where to step on the ice. Perry. Not jason. Do have one boy everybody he with matai wins. No. No spoilers. I couldn't be more excited tonight. Introduce our guess, and they are from a hilarious show another podcast that they're just great. They're fantastic. Please welcome. The host of throwing shade Aaron Gibson, and Brian saffy give it up for that. On my television. Welcome. I feel like this is a classic inspector. Gadget penny situation. His way with his medal arms through something very serious at a woman on his side doing all the light. Also with edit every in this movie. Outsold stupid Leon moron morons. The worst detected failed the fucking guy who did let the right one in did really or Taylor seamstress all. Seamstress? Sure. Just do..

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Okay. First things. First I read on the plane this morning that the woman who invented the Barbie named it after her daughter, Barbara and named Barbie's boyfriend Ken after her son. And I just want you to think about that. Sure. How awful that is. Wait, why if you are you create to dolls, and you name them Barbie and Ken after children? But then they're supposed to be married. I think that's so I guess that is weird. You know, Barbie is Jewish. Did. You know that? No. Yeah. It was like she named her bar. The woman who created it as Jewish and then I think it's a degree. She said the party was also Jewish which is so great. I think that that America. She got one over on him area. Okay. So another week in America with Republicans screaming like, a rabid hawk on steroids, or whatever, I don't even know. I can't even describe the scream that they make. It's like the alien from aliens, you know, when he's running down, the whatever she's running down the hallway Sigourney know the alien, isn't it? Whatever so all fucking still talking about border security. Meanwhile, three twenty one year old white men went on shooting sprees last week in three different states. We had five women shot execution style. While working at a Bank in Florida. A woman in critical care after being shot in the chest by twenty one year old white man in a hotel bar near Penn State thriller people died in that shooting, and then this woman summer Ernst Ernest was helping out who a guy she thought was her friend a twenty one year old white. I'm not saying any of these guys names, by the way, they're just twenty one year old white male who had been kicked out of his parents house and decided that. To order to thank her for her kindness and opening our house that t would murder the whole family, and then then he stole their car. Drove to another parish, which I don't know people know this, but Louisiana doesn't have counties parishes. It's true. Yes. Based on like, the fact that it was found it was a French colony. And so they do everything like how many miles are you away from church? So you live in like how many licks does it take to you get to the Senate to remember that little Kim's Harish? Yeah. So you can live in Los Angeles County. It's like Saint James parish say Landry parish Saint Mary parish or you can get into the fun ones assumption Paris. Feliciana parish. Oh, four shape. Parents Plaka Menes parish point Coupet. I don't know that why that doesn't have a parish name point Coupet perish Coupet. I am starting a new podcast. It's just called Aaron Gibson reads, the parish list of anybody wants to. So he drove thirty minutes away to ascension parish, France where you can go to perish and Louisiana. You can go to Paris perish. Okay. So what all these guys have in common? Well, they're all men most of them white. These guys are all exactly twenty one years old and murdered a bunch of women, and you better believe gun control is a women's rights issue between one thousand nine hundred eighty two and 2017 not only did the cure experience a trailing off of their fan base in nineteen eighty-two from nine hundred eighty to twenty seventeen were already unpopular in nineteen eighty two thousand seventeen. No, I just think that the fan based probably trailed off a little bell between those year between one thousand nine hundred twenty seventeen. Yes, they lost the popular Auburn Smith went through a rough patch. That's all sure. Okay. Oh, did you have some more stuff to save?.

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Does this look for matter to you? A us because everyone on the internet with. What did I buy this? This was the stupidest waste of my money. I've had in years far Sali rose gold elixir. This was one hundred percent and Instagram. Got me moment. It's full Deanna. I use it one time. This is garbage. The first ingredient is water. It's you're paying for the packaging and the brand and Instagram influence her I'm done. Fuck you for Solly your garbage your trendy. I will never in my life by another shitty thing. This some gorgeous influence or was paid to tell me to buy. It's garbage angry at myself Sukro this fucking. With this garbage. I could've bought two Lally beauties for this shit. It's full. I I saw this in my cat and my makeup and got angry. So I had to bring it. I'm done by trendy garbage. I'm done. For q another big moment of twenty eight teen was the magnetic lashes. Oh, yeah. Fuck magnetic ashes don't now. Listen, I talked about them. I said they were garbage there. Some honeys face group ruling made a work and really like them. But then there is a good amount of people who agreed with me that their garbage fuck magnetic eyelashes. This company is so expensive one to lash. This is our garbage. Now, if you really want to try them are Dell makes them for like, twenty bucks. These are like sixty oh, I can't get them to work. I can't do it. If you're a goddamn Houdini, and you got him to work for you on proud of you, honestly. But fuck man, she's that trend is out. It did not make it for me food. Done with you. You are done twenty nineteen we're using last like grown-ups. So that obviously upset me clearly the other one this one I'm not as impassioned about. To face better than sex mascara comes up on all the time. I see it all over the internet to and I was at alter the other day and a woman asked the employees. Hey, what's the best mess CARA in this whole store? And I heard her tell her better than sex mascara and a lot of people love it. I got one I got the waterproof one. Because as we've addressed I feel like my Meskher ends up halfway down my face by the end of the day. I got one and I was not pleased with it. It did not give me any extra volume. It was clumpy. It took forever to dry and it ended up all over my fucking face. Even though it was waterproof. So I'm put it on my boo list of twenty eighteen I know a lot of these like a lot of these like the brand to face to face sent me a package of stuff. Thank you for sending me it. But I did not like not like the mess care. I'm gonna keep it real one hundred with the hunters. Like, I always do. I keep it real. I don't lie you free shit. Some of it might be. And I'm telling you right now faced. One Johnson and mascara did not work for me. Thank you for sending it. But I don't like it sanded up still being just as impassioned I feel and they still got a free add no presses bad press. Okay. As loss. I washed my asshole out with their milky jelly cleanser half of the honeys bought the cleanser out of curiosity so two faced maybe I'll stick your mess care out, my Thuat, why not I'm definitely not going to. Okay. I mean for the best. I don't think is. Never ever ever do that. Okay. But I'm just saying I'm sorry to face. I did not like that. No, sir. Adult like it. And you know what? Those are my favorite of the year. Oh, wait one last thing. Pull on I some of them. I don't physically have. So I'm going to run through the list. I have right here. Where is it? Okay. There's three the my shell perfect. See cleansing oil. I got into oil cleansing this year. I think it was mainly when Aaron Gibson was on in March. I'm sorry in February. When I did it all couples February and her and Bryan Safi were here, she she just uses like olive oil from Amazon, it's an oil cleanse, you don't have to get fancy with it. My favorite one..

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"aaron gibson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"aaron gibson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"The media not south. Find the answer the question this. Hello. And welcome to how did this get made? I'm heroes Paul Scheer joined as always by Jason man's Uca's. How are you? Jason. I'm good Paul. How are you? Very good. And this movie didn't care for it. Really? This wasn't like this, isn't you don't think this is kind of like a successor gem. No, no. It's not once again, you've made me watch something that is like something that was lost the deserves to be lost to time. Oh, no. No, no. This. Eat a dick is like speed. This is like a better version of speed. It's like. It's actually how did this get made all star kinda day? We have to returning guests on the show. I guess I'm so excited to have our first guest, you know, in probably from the Mindy project, or the hilarious film blockers. He just wrote directed and produced and starring in a brand new movie, it's called the oath with Tiffany haddish. It's right now available on the OD. Check it out mister Barone house. Thank you. Jason. And I went to the night gathering the juggle O's together last year to each other. We got we met up on the drug bridge. My man was sucking down a strawberry Fago. What? This is the premiere of this movie, and I really enjoy. I'm sorry. Did I I'm know? you do say something nice about moving interrupted. Go ahead. Oh, sorry. I was at the premiere of this movie, and it was great. And you were you spoke very eloquently and passionately and the movie was fucking fantastic. I talk good about the movie good movie. The movie is great. I also sought. And it's I think what I love about the movie is how funny it is. But then it also is it's a very like tense movie. You do a great job of kind of bouncing comedy and tension, really. Whereas well, thank you guys. It's basically like Twitter were movie where you look at a tweet where it's like the tweet of like a pig. Wearing a diaper diaper. Pig diaper. Pigs amazing. I love him. And then the next tweet is like, I don't know children being separated from the parents you start crying. You're scared. That's what I wanted to make a pig. A real thing. He is he is readily at UTA, and he does a budget difference of either writer, though, that's why I think he was a YouTube celeb-. He was part of a Logan Paul's crew. He was a Jimmy hilarious. So he's hilarious. And a good person. That's great. We also have another special of joining us today. She's also been on the pod she has her own amazing podcast called throwing shade. And a fantastic book, which I read and love this called feminazi. Please. Welcome Aaron Gibson. Hi, y'all. What? What a real turn movie this. This. This is made you watch. I watched it last night after well, I'm kind of nervous about the election. So I've been almost a full bottle of wine. Of course. So this is post bottle of wine. I have to say this is the way to do it. You guys you guys have me on this podcast for my hot takes. Right. Yeah. Of course. Oh, yeah. And you're hot looks. Thank you. Here's my hot take this movie. Wasn't that bad? In fact, listen I'm listening to hot I've listened to almost every episode of this longtime listener second time guest Barunholtz. I think I know how this guy made. That's helping before. I think I know how it got made. Here's the thing. I agree with you. I think it exists as a film like you can get you wonder since story great actors in every time a new scene. Started MC Noah Emmerich, the guy from American. I'm ed. Yes. And again, this is a young Chris Evans who is playing like a real surfer, dude. It actually made me appreciate his body for captain America. Because I was like, whoa. What his his even in this where he's much skin ears bodies frigging dope. Yeah. He he's like, a straight up hung. He's a hunk. He's a hunk and a half. But it's right. But they got him right between Johnny flame. Yes. Fantastic. Four four and and captain America. They got him in that that stat spot his his his his his whole thing is he's an approachable hunk. Yes. You don't think he's going to like put a date rape drug in a very charming? He's a hunt that you like went to school..

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