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"Of Christ. That's not there as you know, and that's they're pushing for this but these guys are old fashioned. They're the kind of Christian said George. George Bush appealed to with his supposed religious conversion the same connect I think was dubious. May I just say one quick thing? This show will be 13th, October 26th. I didn't know you were catholic. That's funny. You've never met not a practising Catholic. That's I kind of figured the go fuckyourself was a clue cheese. I didn't know that please can say that know any low know so the big bull crap, you're not Catholic. So the so the thing that they're pushing here is there's a covenant involved and if anyone has ever been a Catholic covenants are pretty common amongst the you know, when you're a kid you get, you know, your plans never home. Sex you pledge not to drink I mean is these covenants are really common to promise this is but you listen to these these news reports. You're going to hear the following in here secretive secretive secretive secretive about this this group. Yeah, and as and you you pledge allegiance to the group and you're going to have you have to meet your husband and none of this has been documented very welcome. And there is a the notion that once you in the group you can't get out Amy Coney Barrett has a real out here. If you go to their own people have praised. Org website, you can original thing. It says can a covenanted member leave the people of Praise? Yes. We have always understood that God can call a person to another way of life Supreme Court Justice. Hello. In which case she or he can be released from the Covenant. So the Covenant is is is just, you know, something you can agree to and disagree. I agree to disagree and leave and then she can do that and not say it when she goes into the hearing so they start condemning her for being part of this group and I would hope that she did though what they're going to do is you're going to make this group and it's only 1700 members about I don't know maybe 12 around the country. Some of them are spin off. Some of them are just kind of on their own and Amy found somebody and she's going to come out of the woodwork Jose like the Kavanaugh woman who came in to claim the cabin. I was some sort of a douchebag, right? Yeah. Sure. Well, they've got a woman so she got the same look. Oh boy. Oh boy got the same theme looks these guys scatterbrain. She apparently was in the Corvallis, Oregon people of Praise group twenty-five years ago. Same thing goes back in time just like the Kavanaugh hearings. So this is a lot easier for Christine blasey Ford was this is a similar woman. She looks the same and she's all she's hysterical and she claimed it was like a it's a torture operation. You can't quit and I want to just point out the people that are trying to follow this when they talk secretive secretive secretive a me specifically says no one has ever revealed what this Covenant actually says, what are they pledging themselves to what is it? No one knows. It's not published. It's not on the website. Well, they get these women like this one. They're going to bring down. Why don't they just ask them? Yeah people have quit nowhere in the interview. They asked this woman. What was the Covenant? They make a big stretch cuz they want to keep it as though some sort of situation and it is I guess a secret cuz it's not on the website, but It's right there asking her but they don't do that. So this is very set up and I believe this is just a dry run and what they're going to try to do during the hearings. So let's play a game. This is the woman they brought around to democracy now and then they told her horrible story and everybody's oh my God, this is terrible. This is praise Corvallis one. I'm looking at aami Barrett's membership in a secretive Catholic group with rigid gender roles and a lifelong loyalty oath. We're now joined by a former member of people of Praise has now speaking out against the group home or Alana Castillo was a people of Praise member for five years from 1979 to 1984 after being forced to join the organization by her then-husband. She documented her experience and her Memoir titled on cheer making light of the dark coral. Thanks so much for joining us from Corvallis, Oregon. Can you describe people of praise and wage? What happened to you while you lived in the community? Thank you for having me on your show. And I'm a fan of you and your show. I was a member of the people appraised many off the community, but I I described it as a cult in Corvallis, Oregon. I experienced abuse and torture by my husband Marty Warner Independence, Oregon and the cult leaders as well as shutting off shaming and a smear campaign against me when I escaped and left for safety. I legally changed my name and have lived under a state address Protection Program from my ex-husband for the past twenty years, even though I was I left the people of Praise called I did not have any rights due to being married to my husband who was a cult member. I was under the authority of my thoughts been in his authoritarian head and brown under their Authority. I was forced to attend meetings, but because I was reading this leadership and their Authority wage Forced to sit on the floor outside of their meetings in the hallway at the st. Mary's Catholic Church. There's dozens of witnesses that have seen how I was treated off. Um, what I would ask listeners to consider, even though they say this is a healthy group to consider how I was treated office would be correct for a McLaren to be treated. Wow. This is really where they're going with that. That is really incredible. Wow, so they got cheese. And remember, this is 79-81. 8284 is thirty years ago. Yeah. 40 almost by the way for cuz this is clearly a they mistreat women handmaid's tale secretive. So first of all, there's a couple of politicians who belong to Joss calling bones like a fucking secretive group that no one's allowed to talk about but okay secretive fine. Amy Goodman, I believe she's Jewish where the women sit in the temple Amy Choi, they sit upstairs away from the men not allowed to be with the men want to get started on Islam Elan Omar. What are we talking about here? These people are hypocritical douchebags. Well, I think we've established that some time ago is good except to one time. I had a miscarriage in Nineteen Eighty-Four and I had to have a D&C surgery if she returned from the hospital. I was forced to attend a people praise women's meeting our handmaidens means I had had that was also a woman besides my husband. They wanted to go shopping and I couldn't couldn't do to returning from surgery and feeling weak. I left a meeting to go home and rest as my doctor had ordered. I was met by my husband and fourth leading cause yeah and half against my driven to the cult Leader's home. I was Integrity interrogated until we hours the morning and psychologically abused the next morning. The community was informed me. I would never allow anyone to treat me this way today and it traumatized as.

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"amy choi" Discussed on No Agenda

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07:49 min | 1 year ago

"amy choi" Discussed on No Agenda

"Of Christ. That's not there as you know, and that's they're pushing for this but these guys are old fashioned. They're the kind of Christian said George. George Bush appealed to with his supposed religious conversion the same connect I think was dubious. May I just say one quick thing? This show will be 13th, October 26th. I didn't know you were catholic. That's funny. You've never met not a practising Catholic. That's I kind of figured the go fuckyourself was a clue cheese. I didn't know that please can say that know any low know so the big bull crap, you're not Catholic. So the so the thing that they're pushing here is there's a covenant involved and if anyone has ever been a Catholic covenants are pretty common amongst the you know, when you're a kid you get, you know, your plans never home. Sex you pledge not to drink I mean is these covenants are really common to promise this is but you listen to these these news reports. You're going to hear the following in here secretive secretive secretive secretive about this this group. Yeah, and as and you you pledge allegiance to the group and you're going to have you have to meet your husband and none of this has been documented very welcome. And there is a the notion that once you in the group you can't get out Amy Coney Barrett has a real out here. If you go to their own people have praised. Org website, you can original thing. It says can a covenanted member leave the people of Praise? Yes. We have always understood that God can call a person to another way of life Supreme Court Justice. Hello. In which case she or he can be released from the Covenant. So the Covenant is is is just, you know, something you can agree to and disagree. I agree to disagree and leave and then she can do that and not say it when she goes into the hearing so they start condemning her for being part of this group and I would hope that she did though what they're going to do is you're going to make this group and it's only 1700 members about I don't know maybe 12 around the country. Some of them are spin off. Some of them are just kind of on their own and Amy found somebody and she's going to come out of the woodwork Jose like the Kavanaugh woman who came in to claim the cabin. I was some sort of a douchebag, right? Yeah. Sure. Well, they've got a woman so she got the same look. Oh boy. Oh boy got the same theme looks these guys scatterbrain. She apparently was in the Corvallis, Oregon people of Praise group twenty-five years ago. Same thing goes back in time just like the Kavanaugh hearings. So this is a lot easier for Christine blasey Ford was this is a similar woman. She looks the same and she's all she's hysterical and she claimed it was like a it's a torture operation. You can't quit and I want to just point out the people that are trying to follow this when they talk secretive secretive secretive a me specifically says no one has ever revealed what this Covenant actually says, what are they pledging themselves to what is it? No one knows. It's not published. It's not on the website. Well, they get these women like this one. They're going to bring down. Why don't they just ask them? Yeah people have quit nowhere in the interview. They asked this woman. What was the Covenant? They make a big stretch cuz they want to keep it as though some sort of situation and it is I guess a secret cuz it's not on the website, but It's right there asking her but they don't do that. So this is very set up and I believe this is just a dry run and what they're going to try to do during the hearings. So let's play a game. This is the woman they brought around to democracy now and then they told her horrible story and everybody's oh my God, this is terrible. This is praise Corvallis one. I'm looking at aami Barrett's membership in a secretive Catholic group with rigid gender roles and a lifelong loyalty oath. We're now joined by a former member of people of Praise has now speaking out against the group home or Alana Castillo was a people of Praise member for five years from 1979 to 1984 after being forced to join the organization by her then-husband. She documented her experience and her Memoir titled on cheer making light of the dark coral. Thanks so much for joining us from Corvallis, Oregon. Can you describe people of praise and wage? What happened to you while you lived in the community? Thank you for having me on your show. And I'm a fan of you and your show. I was a member of the people appraised many off the community, but I I described it as a cult in Corvallis, Oregon. I experienced abuse and torture by my husband Marty Warner Independence, Oregon and the cult leaders as well as shutting off shaming and a smear campaign against me when I escaped and left for safety. I legally changed my name and have lived under a state address Protection Program from my ex-husband for the past twenty years, even though I was I left the people of Praise called I did not have any rights due to being married to my husband who was a cult member. I was under the authority of my thoughts been in his authoritarian head and brown under their Authority. I was forced to attend meetings, but because I was reading this leadership and their Authority wage Forced to sit on the floor outside of their meetings in the hallway at the st. Mary's Catholic Church. There's dozens of witnesses that have seen how I was treated off. Um, what I would ask listeners to consider, even though they say this is a healthy group to consider how I was treated office would be correct for a McLaren to be treated. Wow. This is really where they're going with that. That is really incredible. Wow, so they got cheese. And remember, this is 79-81. 8284 is thirty years ago. Yeah. 40 almost by the way for cuz this is clearly a they mistreat women handmaid's tale secretive. So first of all, there's a couple of politicians who belong to Joss calling bones like a fucking secretive group that no one's allowed to talk about but okay secretive fine. Amy Goodman, I believe she's Jewish where the women sit in the temple Amy Choi, they sit upstairs away from the men not allowed to be with the men want to get started on Islam Elan Omar. What are we talking about here? These people are hypocritical douchebags. Well, I think we've established that some time ago is good except to one time. I had a miscarriage in Nineteen Eighty-Four and I had to have a D&C surgery if she returned from the hospital. I was forced to attend a people praise women's meeting our handmaidens means I had had that was also a woman besides my husband. They wanted to go shopping and I couldn't couldn't do to returning from surgery and feeling weak. I left a meeting to go home and rest as my doctor had ordered. I was met by my husband and fourth leading cause yeah and half against my driven to the cult Leader's home. I was Integrity interrogated until we hours the morning and psychologically abused the next morning. The community was informed me. I would never allow anyone to treat me this way today and it traumatized as.

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12:57 min | 1 year ago

"amy choi" Discussed on KCRW

"We do mornings on KCRW this is press play on KCRW I Madeline brand when we stand for something where when we're too good there's something wrong with this and if we get we're hysterical irrational or just being crazy Serena Williams in a Nike out last year right after she was called hysterical for yelling at an umpire during the match well gendered criticism is not new Hillary Clinton after all was called shrill Monica Lewinsky fat rose McGowan and Ashley Judd crazy writer and New York times magazine columnist Lizzie's Carnac wanted to explore some of these words and the real meaning behind them and she's rounded up a group of female writers and ask them to write about the words that have been used to describe them their essays are now published in the book pretty **** on being called crazy angry bossy from the feisty and all the other words that are used to undermine women edited by Lizzy's Kerr neck and she joins me now hi hi well what words have you been called do you know what I think I have been cold all of the words in this book but you know you know what I got called a lot although I do I didn't write my essay an act called intense a lot why is that bad I think I basically took it and it often was meant as shut up just dial it down you know Rebecca Traister who wrote the introduction to this book concluded that really the majority of the words were some variant of shut up shut up stop well you also have an essay here by Amy Choi where her word is effortless and initially I thought well that's a compliment when a woman is this is described as making things seem effortless that is something to emulate or try to at least right well what Amy really unpacked in that essay is that effortless is actually an act of great labor that so true and that also you know it's it's labor that we can't choose you know that effortless is not something we should strive for it's that if we are not effortless we failed mmhm and nobody goes on to Instagram and says I worked really hard on this I don't look anything like this actually quite homely right it's not just that's women doing that to other women it's not necessarily a man the three months I do think the effortless thing comes out of the idea that men are always saying they hate make up you know this I hate you know I don't like girls who wear make up or you know make ups not classy or whatever so that there's this way in which women half to look perfect but they're not allowed to have worked hard at it and you know if it's revealed that they've worked hard at it then they're like you know try to be gold diggers or something so that's the other side of these words that there's just no way to win another essay by the author Laura Lippman who is very successful author and I'm using the word successful and non gendered way what we hear is a best selling author she is a best selling author and she deserves to be her word is disciplined but she has been described as discipline because she is so successful she's turned out tons of novels crime novels and she's been described as being disciplined in order to do that why is that a gendered word in this case well it's this idea that you know you're you're not talented you're just able to pound out the books and you know the fact that the books are good is Baha is besides the point it's like you know well eighty eight plus for you for effort versus you know here's your macarthur form being a genius and I have known for a long long time by the way and I have heard people describe her that way and also I've heard people describe many of my friends who write lots of books that way you know well you can really pound about you know that must be why you're so successful right it just doesn't come from some innate quality from the books being good it's like yeah so many they have to notice you whereas her husband the writer David Simon he created the wire has been described as a genius and I think he won a macarthur genius grant right he did and it's funny because I happen to have a ton of friends who are Laura's entire fans who had no idea that her husband is David Simon who did the wire and when they find out the thing they always automatically says oh yeah I never watch the wire you know so it's as if there's this into enormous tribe whose ideal matters and then you know another huge group of people who don't matter you write an essay in this box and your word is off take which is a yes word can you describe what that means well I imagine many listeners except you know if you have some ninety eight year old Yiddish speakers there they won't be surprised but the actual meaning of softek is juicy and in Yiddish you know it's it's a compliment and what I wanted to write about was how that word just like my grandma Dora emigrated to America and then just became a way to politely say someone was fat Jake tapper called Monica Lewinski softech conceded yet her back he taken alive yes he said something like she's attractive if a little slapstick so not a not a compliment it means you know what I talk about in the US is that my grandma Dora I was going out for a run and I was when I was about fourteen and I had a very serious eating disorder and I was always running always trying to stay is fairness whoever was in us magazine actually was quite fan and so when my grandma I came back from the run and she looked at me and she's very approvingly set us ask Dick and I said oh my god Graham are you just mean fat when my entire day and she got very angry with me and my grandma was a native yet a speaker should book eight languages actually and yet you dish was her original language and she said saftey doesn't in fact means strong and I searched wrong and the whole essay and really my whole life I've sort of chewed over that you know growing up hearing it used as an insult thinking why and my grandmother who knew what that word meant say it man strong whom it's interesting how different cultures are different words so you're biracial right yes they're not so and so but to these ideas of what you call women if they are of a certain way they it's just it's so culturally you loaded in an African American culture the word FEC has has become a recent popular way to describe a woman who in of in very complementary ways might not be the standard you know beauty in terms of physique right some of the little Zapotec eaters is really actually it's so interesting that you said that because I never made the connection it's exactly the same as soft thick it means you know appealing it just means like I would like you know to touch your body and so I was he did it hello I get white weddings they always play that Sir mix a lot song say I like as if it's the funniest most bizarre thing that saw them is Sir mix a lot I know that is a mix of WGN funny objectively that is incredibly fun and do you first see but you know you it's like you have one culture and I would probably put Jewish culture and with this to that really a lot of cultures really appreciate shape but then you have this white culture in our country that sort of appreciates looking like a wire hanger although now you do need to have a big but because you have to look like a Kardashian well I'm glad you said that because I definitely do so yeah I guess I'm completely totally and I I didn't realize it had really crossed over to just a certainty your grandmother would be proud so at the end of the book you have an appendix of words you shouldn't call women and I get the word angry bimbo yeah you should do that but further along you have the word smart and I guess I'm wondering why because I like to be called smart I think I am smart and I like to be called smart if I am smart so what's wrong with that I think generally when and it's true I like to be called smart also I have to say though the number of times most of the times when I am called smart people say it as if they're very surprised and I think often the reason they are surprised is this idea that like will you do not contain anything that I would naturally think of as smart you know so like the idea that you are smart is a nice change from how people like you usually are it's sort of a tone thing and it's true a lot of the words in this book you know Glynnis MacNicol writes about lucky and how lucky is actually sort of used towards her really as an insult you know as this idea that she's getting something she shouldn't be getting and when I designed the book that was actually the idea that that you know there's all these words we don't notice we don't think they've ruled our lives this way because you know they can be some neutrals of course they can be neutral lucky is usually a compliment smart is usually a compliment but it's not a compliment if someone is saying it you know to say how surprised that they are yeah your smart or that they should even have to mention that who are you to call me smart I call you're smart yeah right very smart we do have a word in here that I've been called in graduate school by one of my professors called me stridently self assured full flow yes the back and a compliment yeah I I had a friend a very similar thing in college that she wrote her thesis and the professor said you know where do you get this honor and authority she was sick if somebody thinks where we're my supposed to express my well earned authority if not he says now he's the one to do the earning hello yes do you wear a noble or not actually it was like what am I supposed to sound like it might be you know should everything have a question mark they deliver the whole thing and up talk this is crazy but you know there's this idea that if you are confident if you are self assured that that doesn't make people feel assured by you it makes people feel like how dare you it was the it has been such a pleasure speaking with you thank you thank you thank you so much this was super fun my pleasure that's Lizzie's Garnock she's the author of the new book pretty **** on being called crazy angry bossy frumpy feisty and all the other.

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12:33 min | 1 year ago

"amy choi" Discussed on KCRW

"Serena Williams in a Nike out last year right after she was called hysterical for yelling at an umpire during the match well gendered criticism is not new Hillary Clinton after all was called shrill Monica Lewinsky fat rose McGowan and Ashley Judd crazy writer and New York times magazine columnist Lizzie's Carnac wanted to explore some of these words and the real meaning behind them and she's rounded up a group of female writers and ask them to write about the words that have been used to describe them their essays are now published in the book pretty **** on being called crazy angry bossy from the feisty and all the other words that are used to undermine women edited by Lizzy's Karnik and she joins me now hi hi well what words have you been called do you know what I think I have been cold all of the words in this book but you know you know what I got called a lot although I do I didn't write my essay an act called intense a lot why is that bad I think I basically took it and it often was meant as shut up just dial it down you know Rebecca Traister who wrote the introduction to this book concluded that really the majority of the words were some variant of shut up shut up stop well you also have an essay here by Amy Choi where her word is effortless and initially I thought well that's a compliment when a woman is this is described as making things seem effortless that is something to emulate or try to at least right well what Amy really unpacked in that essay is that effortless is actually an act of great labor that so true and that also you know it's it's labor that we can't choose you know that effortless is not something we should strive for it's that if we are not effortless we failed mmhm and nobody goes on to Instagram and says I worked really hard on this I don't look anything like this actually quite homely right it's not just that's women doing that to other women it's not necessarily a man the three months I do think the effortless thing comes out of the idea that men are always saying they hate make up you know they are lying H. you know I don't like girls who wear make up or you know make ups not classy or whatever so that there's this way in which women half to look perfect but they're not allowed to have worked hard at it and you know if it's revealed that they've worked hard at it then they're like you know trying to be gold diggers or something so that's the other side of these words that there's just no way to win another essay by the author Laura Lippman who is very successful author and I'm using the word successful in a non gendered way what we hear is a best selling author she is a best selling author and she deserves to be her word is disciplined but she has been described as discipline because she is so successful she's turned out tons of novels crime novels and she's been described as being disciplined in order to do that why is that a gendered word in this case well it's this idea that you know you're you're not talented you're just able to pound out the books and you know the fact that the books are good is Baha is besides the point it's like you know well a a plus for you for effort versus you know here's your macarthur form being a genius and I have known for a long long time by the way and I have heard people describe her that way and also I've heard people describe many of my friends who write lots of books that way you know well you can really pound amount you know that must be why you're so successful right it doesn't come from some innate quality from the books being good it's like yeah so many they have to notice you whereas her husband the writer David Simon he created the wire has been described as a genius and I think he won a macarthur genius grant right he he did and it's funny because I happen to have a ton of friends who are Laura's entire fans who had no idea that her husband is David Simon who did the wire and when they find out the thing they always automatically says oh yeah I never watch the wire you know so it's as if there's this into enormous tribe whose ideal matters and then you know another huge group of people who don't matter you write an essay in this box and your word is off tech which has a yes word can you describe what that means well I imagine many listeners except you know if you have some ninety eight year old Yiddish speakers there they won't be surprised but the actual meaning of soft Dick is juicy and in Yiddish you know it's it's a compliment and what I wanted to write about was how that word just like my grandma Dora emigrated to America and then just became a way to politely say someone was fat Jake tapper called Monica Lewinski softech conceded her back he taken online yes he said something like she's attractive if a little slapstick so not a not a compliment it means you know what I talk about in the US is that my grandma Dora I was going out for a run and I was when I was about fourteen and I had a very serious eating disorder and I was always running always trying to stay is there in is whoever was in us magazine actually was quite fan and so when my grandma I came back from the run and she looked at me and she's very approvingly set us ask Dick and I said oh my god Graham are you just mean fat when my entire day and she got very angry with me and my grandma was a native Yiddish speakers spoke eight languages actually and yet you dish was her original language and she's soft it doesn't in fact means strong and I searched wrong and the whole essay and really my whole life I've sort of chewed over that you know growing up hearing it used as an insult thinking why and my grandmother who knew what that word meant say it man strong whom it's interesting how different cultures in different words so you're biracial right yes they're not so and so but but these ideas of what you call women if they are of a certain way they it's just it's so culturally you loaded in an African American culture the word FEC has has become a recent popular way to describe a woman who in of in very complementary ways might not be the standard you know beauty in terms of physique right some of the little Zapotec eaters is really actually it's so interesting that you said that because I never made the connection it's exactly the same as soft Dick it means you know appealing it just means like I would like you know to touch your body and so I was he did it hello I get white weddings they always play that Sir mix a lot song say I like as if it's the funniest most bizarre thing that saw them is Sir mix a lot I know that is a mix of WGN fine objectively that is incredibly fun and do you first see but you know you it's like you have one culture and I would probably put Jewish culture and with this to that really a lot of cultures really appreciate shape but then you have this white culture in our country that sort of appreciates looking like a wire hanger although now you do need to have a big but because you have to look like a Kardashian well I'm glad you said that because I definitely do so yeah I guess I'm completely totally and I I didn't realize it had really crossed over to just a certainty your grandmother would be proud so at the end of the book you have an appendix of words you shouldn't call women and like I get the word angry bimbo yeah you should do that but further along you have the word smart and I guess I'm wondering why because I like to be called smart I think I am smart and I like to be called smart if I am smart so what's wrong with that I think generally when and it's true I like to be called smart also I have to say though the number of times most of the times when I am called smart people say it as if they're very surprised and I think often the reason they are surprised is this idea that like will you do not contain anything that I would naturally think of as smart you know so like the idea that you are smart is a nice change from how people like you usually are it's sort of a tone thing and it's true a lot of the words in this book you know Glynnis MacNicol writes about lucky and how lucky is actually sort of used towards her really as an insult you know as this idea that she's getting something she shouldn't be getting and when I designed the book that was actually the idea that that you know there's all these words we don't notice we don't think they've ruled our lives this way because you know they can be some neutrals of course they can be neutral lucky is usually a compliment smart is usually a compliment but it's not a compliment if someone is saying it you know to say how surprised that they are yeah your smart or that they should even have to mention that who are you to call me smart I call you're smart yeah right very smart we do have a word in here that I've been called in graduate school by one of my professors called me stridently self assured full flow yes on a back handed compliment yeah I I had a friend a very similar thing in college that she wrote her thesis and the professor said you know where do you get this honor and authority she was sick it's my where we're my supposed to express my well earned authority if not he says now he's the one to do the earning yes whether it's noble or not it was like what am I supposed to sound like it might be you know should everything have a question mark they deliver the whole thing and up talk this is crazy but you know there's this idea that if you are confident if you are self assured that that doesn't make people feel assured by you it makes people feel like how dare you it was the it has been such a pleasure speaking with you thank you thank you thank you so much this was super fun my pleasure that's Lizzie's Karnik she's the author of the new book pretty **** on being called crazy angry bossy frumpy feisty and all the other words that.

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15:19 min | 2 years ago

"amy choi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"One fifty three I've identified to basically, dancing, and karaoke as things that I. I love doing that are just there's no fucking actual professional. Yeah. Also, I feel like they're analog. This is the other can't be something that can be involved with the screen. Yeah. Right. Right. I was talking to my therapist about like why do I love karaoke, you so much? And she's like, well, that makes a lot of sense because there's so much breathing in it, and singing, breathing, breathing system. I didn't realize. Strata reason why. Japanese people. Thing. Hello. Where we talk about news. We talk about politics and where we just can't help but play this clip. We'll see my financial statement at some point it's going to be released. You'll be very impressed with a much much bigger much better than. There after my financial statement, the Senate to get. At some point, I hope you at some point, but it simpler to get it because it's fantastic financial. It's fantastic. And over. He's coughing in the middle of my aunts. Yeah. Your cheapest. Over here, this kid just to change. Sorry. You want to do. Okay. So he does another take of that really, really answer about having phenomenal financial statements you guys I cannot get over this fucking clip. We don't need to talk about the George Stephanopoulos interview. We don't need to get into it. I'm your husband again, far Saad, and apparently, Mick Mulvaney, doesn't get Prinos from his throat when he's about to come unusual. My fucking cops are on a timer. So, like I just know. And I can leave the room in advance. I don't know about you guys. I mean, if any of you guys cough during this podcast, I'm going to use it as an excuse to one. The perfect edited we have to do then. His whole presidency is just him giving takes to the camera. Eight is a nightmare. But you know what? We're not going to talk about that today. I mean in a roundabout way, we're kind of always going to talk about that, but we're actually going to talk about the relaunch or ongoing launch to launching of the heinous Trump campaign. We're also going to talk about the miserable tension with Iran. And we'll talk about the future of sex work in finally, the wellness industry has out-lived to usefulness today. I'm really excited about this panel first timers, both many timers to the world of media. So it doesn't matter that their first time on their show. This show there many times, and many of your hearts is we have with us. The editorial director of the mash up Americans, an independent media company that deals with everything that hyphenated American and they have a newsletter and a weapon our podcast deaf. Subscribing to mash Americans. We have those Amy Choi. Oh my God. Thanks so much for being here. And I think your stuff would be completely up the alley of the nation listener. So I hope they are now currently taking note. We also have with us writer, you've, she's written for many publications just finished alongside at New York magazine and she's also the co host of the night. Call podcast. You guys, Emily. Yoshida. You for having me so happy that you guys made it onto the show. Let us begin with number one. Okay. So Trump kicked off his campaign with seventy six minute speech, seventy six minutes speech, he so fucking long winded, for guy that has very little content in the stuff that he says, because it's repetition, you know, because it's just repetition, you know, but he, he made the seventy six minutes speech that, like made angel's cry and unicorns go back into their caves. Secretly live. They definitely Landau..

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"amy choi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

15:01 min | 2 years ago

"amy choi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I cannot get over this bucking clip. I don't we don't need to talk about the George Stephanopoulos interview. We don't need to get into it. I'm your husband again far Saad, and apparently, Mick Mulvaney, doesn't get pre notice from his throat when he's about to come when she's so unusual, my fucking coughs are on a timer. So, like I just know. And I can leave the room in advance. I don't know about you guys. I mean, if any of you guys coughed during this podcast, I'm going to use it as an excuse to get one. The perfect edited do then. Ooh, his whole presidency is just him giving takes to the camera. It is a nightmare. But you know what? We're not gonna talk about that today. I mean in a roundabout way, we're kind of always going to talk about that, but we're actually going to talk about the relaunch or ongoing launch launching of the heinous Trump campaign. We're also going to talk about the miserable tension with Iran, and we'll also talk about the future of sex work, and finally the wellness industry hasn't outlived to usefulness today. I'm really excited about this panel first timers, both many timers to the world of media. So it doesn't matter that their first time on their show. This show there many times, and many of your heart says we have with us, the editorial director of the mash up Americans, an independent media company that deals with everything that Typhon aided American and they have a newsletter and a website and our podcast, or you should definitely be subscribing to. Up Americans we have with us Amy Choi. Hey. Oh my God. Thanks so much for being here. And I think your stuff would be completely up the alley of fake the nation listener. So I hope they are now currently taking note go do it. We also have with us writer, you've, she's written for many of a publication just finished alongside at New York magazine, and she's also the co host of the night, call podcast, you guys. It's Emily Yoshida, the Hugh for having me, so happy that you guys made it onto the show. Let us begin with topic. Number one. Okay. So Trump kicked off his campaign with seventy six minute speech, seventy six minutes speech. He so fucking long winded for guy that has very little content in the stuff that he says because it's repetition, you know, 'cause it's just repetition, you know, but he so he made the seventy six minute speech that, like made angel's cry and unicorns like go back into their caves. Unicorns secretly live in case. I don't know definitely live in Orlando. I basically it was a speech that made me want to eat carbs and that, you know what I mean? It was bad. And I guess let's just start with your initial reactions to this re kickoff of the campaign that never ended 'cause if we'll all just take a moment to remember he refiled. I keep saying re but he filed his papers day, he was inaugurated on his inauguration day for the twenty twenty campaign, couldn't wait, everything to do with it pains me doesn't actually govern. I, I have like I my pulses racing, like not sound Ryan. Yeah. Let's check our. I know. Only imagine that the, the like the experience of my rage and disgust for this human being in the feeling that I have when he speaks is that must be what for his like die hard like the euphoria they get. Yeah. I mean it is. So I have a physical reaction to seeing his picture. Yeah. No to hearing his voice. I'm going to see I'm like making. It's a lot lately. Knicks me feel like I'm losing my mind and I was like, oh, but this is also I people love him like the exact in, in like, what he's outlining in his idiot, non-sequitur campaign speech, outlining touch can't get in term. For what he was doing. But yes, what he was outlining. Is it like this stuff? That makes me feel like like my skin is peeling off is what his supporters love love. And I'm like how, how is this even possible? I mean so he there's a lot, though for them not to love right because he didn't get the border wall. He didn't manage to repeal Obama Care. He hasn't gotten an infrastructure Bill. The economy has been strong but everyone still on the lower. Rung, suffering. Right. So income inequality is just strengthened. What I mean? Why are they so happy? I mean, I think the thing that's continuing continually fascinating to me about about Trump in campaign mode is how he's able to always be the aggrieved person. He's always able to be the victim even as president of the United States. It's like a cool trick. But I think it's like a. Yeah. Like turning the entire Mueller investigation into it thing, like in his speech where he's just saying, like this is what they're, they're doing this to me, but they're really doing it to you, like, and that is such a I mean it's, it's an ingenious flip. I have to say, and like I don't Adele, genuinely don't think when you're appealing to emotions in that way, when you're appealing to people's sense of victimhood, which it's really hard to get people out of sense of victimhood, once they're in it, it doesn't matter if he's not delivering on anything like as making them feel like you know, mad and justified in their anger. And that is that will Trump so to speak anything. I, I think for this campaign, certainly also they're racist. Yeah. And he's racist. Yeah. And he makes them feel good about their racism. Right. And so they're real happy. I think okay. I mean. One thing that I was noticing was that, you know. So there's this the, the the way they look at him as like a Demi God. Right. It's not just a presidential candidate or you know, the president. There's this other quality that they're tapping into the vet. They've created in their perception of Demi. God. And I wonder if you know in twenty in two thousand eight when Obama was giving his speeches in the world went crazy. Even I remember when Obama gave a speech in Berlin, I think during the general election in two thousand eight in, I mean the ridiculous I one hundred thousand people showed up for something ridiculous ridiculous. Number showed up. And this was Germans, you know what I mean that, that Obama also possess that quality, and that on the right to see liberals fawn over that man felt the same. So in. In that context, d- are you a little bit more sympathetic to how they might feel? Well, I think people certainly overlooked, a lot of things that Obama didn't follow up on in his campaign passes and his presidency. So, yeah, I mean, I think I think there is a certain amount of equivalency, but I think, you know, the racism always tips the scale a little bit. Yeah. True. The other. Interesting thing he didn't follow through on, on a lot of things that he said he would he also didn't offer any plans for a second to does he ever have are there are playing his president meeting team building. The wall. It'll be a while. And I'm saying to build it in your mind. He still running against Hillary Clinton. You know, he's literally like running against some lady in a Westchester who walks her dogs in the forest, you know what I'm saying, and it's shocking, to me because they really need a better villain. I mean, at least move it onto Nancy Pelosi like figure out a way to lock Nancy Pelosi up or whatever I mean it just makes no sense. And, and the, the crowd was chanting, so aggressively locker up I was like she still an emotional touch point for you. Linux MRIs Laney now. This is a campaign, that's like fundamentally about the past and looking back at the past, and like, you know, just obsessing over it all night long and making that a part of your identity. So, of course, they're going to fixate on an election. That's now, you know, three years in the rear view. Yeah. And I mean he will continually refer to it as Bain the greatest the greatest campaign of all. Time because there's measurable metrics for such a thing. I mean, it certainly will go down in history. I, I don't think he's wrong about that. He switched his slogan after two years to what does it keep America great? Yeah. Okay. It's the tagline for the purge one of the purge movies, so cag- hope, America, great, is it really the tagline for Persian. Anyway. I watched the first one, and I was surprisingly delighted by grace, everybody wants as, as a former film critic with my thority go watch the purge movies. They say everything you need to know about America. Yes, he can hawk, but the list traumatize to finish the first person. God, people are just going to straight up dies. So I gotta turn this off. Sorry could take, you know, I was just saying maybe he hasn't figured out a new villain because he liked can't. He doesn't know who the other candidates are like can't there's too many names. He can't remind me who we can you? True. Bollock Eric's Longwell starting at the real bottom of yet. Jay Inslee view. I was just like he I think maybe he's just too dumb to move on yet. Well, the other the other thing is his nickname game has gotten so weak because sleepy. Joe Biden nicknames. Have to like a dentist. Something that everyone agrees is like a fundamental characteristic about that person. Well can't very well do segregationist Joe. It doesn't. And I thought like he can't do like hair smelling job Ray so many sexual assault claims on his own, it would just draw too much attention to himself. But, but sleepy Joe doesn't resonate with any. I mean, I'm like that's has nothing to do with Joe Biden was never sleepy. Like, I don't know, through though of the two of them. I mean, Joe Biden is like a touch old. So that's it. He's a touch older. Okay. But the other the other thing that I want to just mention here, an eye listeners a fake the nation. How should we be covering this campaign? I'm really curious. There's part of me. That's you know, I didn't even wanna talk about this stupid rally, and pardon me. Which just like, oh, actually let's use this, as an examp- as, as an excuse to talk about whether or not we should talk about this campaign. So how do you think the media should be covering this campaign members of the media view? Let's hear I mean in my fantasy world we take his legs out from under him by not covering it. Yeah. With the kind of like. Obsessive, dedication that we did to everything that happened in two thousand fifteen and sixteen and just be like, okay. Well, we are actually going to report news that comes out, and they're as you said, zero news, there's zero new information coming out of that rally. Yeah, it was nice. Here's really planes. Is nothing about financing. There is nothing about like any sort of aspirational legislate. There's literally nothing happening. So let's not cover it. Listen, I cover it. Let's not I know. And I don't I don't know how who was an as you said. The years. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. We know. Yeah. I mean it started this past week, but it's been going on. I guess it was a little news worthy that the guzzlers were playing and. Whom star the guzzlers please. I don't. Exactly. I have no fucking idea. Never heard of them. But I mean remember when we thought it was sad that he could only get kid rock? But like I've heard a kid rock. The very least. Yeah. Okay. So let us move on to, to something that's happening with the a created crisis by the Trump administration, so Iran, they're making a case for war against Iran and. A lot has happened in the last couple of weeks. We've been kind of talking about it here and there on the show, there was like the tanker situation. We don't know. Who would we still don't know who did? Of course, like Pompeo saying that Iran did that, but now they're make they're trying to make the case that Iran and Al Qaeda are working together. And of course, last night, or this earliest morning, Iran shot down a US unmanned drone in the question is, was it over the was, it over a rainy, Iranian water land or was it over international waters? Of course, Iran saying it was over around. That's why they did it. And then the Americans are saying it was over international waters. So an, an again, I don't know that we'll have an answer on that. And I want to say about whether or not what we can say is true. Through like what? For example, it's hard to believe. For an Iranian. It's going to be hard to believe an American assessment of a situation. Because, like, for example, in eighty eight I think it was the American shut down a passenger plane killing I don't know two hundred something people over the straits of hormones. I think it was and then to that we never did it. But then years later came out that, that they did it nineteen Fifty-three. Right. The Irani the Americans took out the democratically elected president, most idyllic out of Iran to install a puppet dictator the Shah. And of course they denied it. But then it came out later that they did..

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Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:44 min | 2 years ago

Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs

"Does marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And Brad click share with click share and you're meeting. You can share your scream instantly from any device. Click share instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com to learn more and sign up for your free trial. Automation could make ports more efficient and EKO friendly, but with fewer people from American public media, this is marketplace tech, I'm Amy Choi in from Ali would. More consumer goods come into the port of Los Angeles than any other US port a plan to use more unmanned, electric vehicles would bring major changes to the port and its surrounding economy, union workers are pushing back hard against automation at a protest this spring, workers held signs. It said robots don't pay taxes, and where will American labor work. But poor donor say that automated technology will cut costs in L A and help California meet its ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gases today. The port is noisy and polluted. A massive system of ships cranes and more than one thousand seven hundred trucks passing through a day. Most of them diesel automation could change that picture. Romi Varghese reporter for Bloomberg news tells us what an automated port of Los Angeles could look like it becomes almost silent when you when you see some of these automated vehicles in action under the plan that's being considered for the port of alleged. A for this one terminal, which is called peer for hundred which is the biggest shipping terminal in North America. By the way, der plan is to have this automated. Straddle carried is one big piece of equipment would basically do the job of three machines. How a lot of nation of the port effect the local economy. I, I know for the port of L A the local community is a is a community of L A called San Pedro. And it's a very blue collar community that has really relied on the ports for its economy, and honestly, deports in general are responsible for much of the economic activity in southern California. It's, it's a huge driver of jobs, both indirect, indirect jobs. I talked to a bar owner and about half her patrons are, are longshoremen, and she's worried. Well, if are fewer of them on going to have to cut back my employee hours. I'm not going to be able to hire bands to calm for nights of the week. And defaults who are promoting automation, are saying, look, we need to say, we need to stay competitive, we are losing market, share to east coast and Gulf Coast ports, because they are more nimble, and our ports are in, in the our ports in, in California just more expensive. So you have this micro aspect to this the micro impact, and then the macro impact, you know, your reporting revealed that there are forty four automated or semi automated ports around the world. But there are only five in the US it seems that that slow have we been slower to adopt this technology? American ports have definitely been slower to adopt this technology and a lot has to do with the power of local unions. And in Asia, a lot of these ports are, are newer, so they're using the most up to date technology, but generally American ports have been lagging. Ng in automation because of the concerns of how this affects local jobs, that was Romi Varghese reporter at Bloomberg news. She notes that LA mayor aarc are said he continues to lead talks between the union and the port. And now for some related links the need to go green in LA Israel public radio station KCRW reported that the Los Angeles and Long Beach metropolitan area was ranked the worst in the nation for ozone pollution for the nineteenth time by the American lung association. Some of the causes cars cars cars, and the ports on the automation, tip the Wall Street Journal, had an article about a new study by MacKenzie saying automation will hit both male and female Labor's equally. It's not just men working in manufacturing who are at risk of losing their jobs. But up to one hundred million women losing their jobs globally by twenty thirty primarily in clerical in customer service, gangs. And while both men and women may lose jobs and equal pay stewed automation women will be less likely to have the opportunity to get the training required for new jobs. And finally, we might not actually be. Ready for all of this automation? We're talking about urban planning scholars surveyed hundred twenty cities in America about their preparedness for self driving cars and only a tiny fraction of them have comprehensive plans for autonomous vehicles. One of them Los Angeles. It has an urban mobility in a digital age plan. That includes ideas about dedicated lanes for Altana, Mus cars municipal fleets of robotic buses, and shuttles and vehicle data sharing relationships, so that the city can manage traffic flow. You can read more at city lab dot com. A project of the Atlantic, I'm Amy Choi. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Marketplace keeps you connected to news and information you need on the radio on the web, and on the go. But we need your help so we can keep doing it. And doing more consider becoming a marketplace investor when you donate today. Your gift will go twice as far thanks to a dollar for dollar match from the Condado fund. Give online at marketplace dot org. 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Can apps help veterans suffering from PTSD?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Can apps help veterans suffering from PTSD?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Kennan app. Help veterans suffering from PTSD experts in vets say, yes from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Amy Choi in for Molly would. Justin Miller served eleven years in the US army and deployed twice to Iraq. I was medically retired out of Fort Stewart with three seven infantry he suffered from severe PTSD. So when I got out I felt like I failed. I felt it goes broken. I felt like I had nobody to reach out to nobody to talk to Miller almost became one of the twenty military veterans and active service members who die by suicide every day. He was saved in part by serendipitous phone, call from his friend, Christopher KADO, a fellow vet who helped talk him back. Now, Justin Chris have collaborated with a team to Billy app objective zero using social networking technology to make those kinds of vital connections between veteran's immediate and easily accessible when most veterans decided to commit suicide. They do it in the first five minutes. So we said we'll heck we don't have five minutes. We don't have time for a veteran to look up a place. Try to call them be put on hold or sent voicemail. We need something. That's instant an anonymous the app is designed so you can sign up as a user someone seeking help or an ambassador, a train volunteer who is there as support and be connected immediately via text or phone. We also made it. So you could be either. Or so one day. I'm having a bad day. I can go on as a user another day. I'm feeling good. I'm on top of the world. I am willing to listen. I can switch over and become an ambassador and the ambassadors. You gotta go through training process to show that you understand the signs of somebody suicidal and ways to help talk to him users have sent over sixteen thousand text messages and made more than three hundred and fifty hours of phone calls objective zero is also developing an algorithm that allows a veteran to opt into a support network, so friends and family can be alerted. If a user is showing signs of struggling such as dramatically changed, sleep patterns or unusual internet searches. Meanwhile, the Veterans Administration, which is the largest healthcare. Later in the US is also using apps to help veterans struggling with PTSD and finding that supporting veterans loved ones can have a significant impact as people cope with the return to civilian life after military service. I spoke to Jason Owen clinical psychologist with the VA about the work. He is doing the mobile behavior design lab to develop mental health apps for vets. So we heard very early on that one of the biggest shortcomings for veterans was that their family members are often not actively included in their care despite the family met her being the person it's really there and available to deliver twenty four seven support in wants to be involved. So we've done surveys of over two hundred and forty family members to get feedback on that original apt to ask what their needs were. And earlier this year, we released our second version of the PTSD family coach out it provides tools that are explicitly for family members. That was Jason. Owen clinical psychologist with the VA. You also heard from Justin Miller co founder and director of veteran in military affairs at objectives zero. If you're a veteran or a family member of a veteran seeking support all of these apps are available at the usual app. Stores and the VA's apps are available at my VA apps dot com. I'm Amy Choy. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more free. Thanks to planet them. That will also include the future of transportation with the American Center for mobility. Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition to learn more visit planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born.

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