37 Burst results for "Arnold"
Judy Tenuta, brash 'Goddess of Love' comedian, dies at 72
"A comic who had a solid career in the 1980s has died thank you so much Thank you to me It's equipped that kind of sums up the kind of performer that Judy tenuta was brash with the sensitive side to her the veteran comedian who called herself the goddess of love has died at age 72 her publicist says she was a very funny amazing performer Her heart shaped face and poofy hair with the flowers stuck in it as an accessory gave her the appearance of being sweet and innocent but then she would open her mouth and say outrageous things like this time in 1994 in which she said she had no sympathy for Roseanne Barr and Tom Arnold's marital issues Oh those pigs those grazing at us That will not enough you're still breathing okay To new to that national attention in a 1987 HBO special called women of the night a Moscow's Gabrielle
Fresh "Arnold" from All Things Considered
"Prices slowing down home purchases. Up until recently, I mean, prices were going up 30 to 40% in just two years. You know, because of those bidding wars that talk about inflation, right? I mean, okay, bananas cost more at the grocery store, but 30 to 40% in two years for a house. I mean, it's crazy. That is NPR correspondent, Chris Arnold. I spoke with him earlier about what it means now that mortgage rates have risen in response to the fed's effort to stamp out inflation. Mortgages anticipate where the fed is headed with its rate hikes and where inflation looks to be headed, so they moved a lot very fast earlier this year. Now they're all the way up near 7%. They started at 3% on a $400,000 mortgage. That means $900 more per month on the mortgage payment. I mean, every month, nearly a $1000, and that's for a $400,000 mortgage, a lot of homes cost more than that, obviously. So the fed is saying, this is necessary medicine for the economy to cool inflation, but it's painful medicine too. And Jerome Powell, the fed chairman talked about this. Here's him speaking, we have got to get inflation behind us. I wish there were a painless way to do that. There isn't. We have to get supply and demand back into alignment. And the way we do that is by slowing the economy. The pain here is people can't afford to buy homes and they really want it to and some of them are stuck and that means fewer homes are selling. Month after month now, sales are declining. It's the slowest sales pace and basically 7 years. So different from a year ago. So, Chris, who are the people right now who are most caught in a bind. Would you say? I would say people who decided to buy new construction homes. So they weren't built yet and they signed a thing that said, yes, I said this contract. I agree to buy this house in 6 months or a year whenever it's built. Whether we're pandemic delays and then meanwhile, rates went from three to up near 7 and now some of them can't even qualify, we talked to a home buyer in Colorado. She's 32 years old, her name's Hillary, Tyler Rudolph, and she's a stay at home mom. And this happened to her family at rates are just too high now and they can't qualify. We were told we'd have to pay off my husband's credit card and have to have a $100,000 down to even manage to purchase our town home which we were going to buy for 375,000. And a 100,000 is way more than 20%. And there's no way we have that. So they had to back out of buying the house and they lost a $1000 deposit that they put down. Some home buyers or would be home buyers have to put down 50,000. Sometimes a $100,000 deposit and they could lose that if they walk away. So it's just a very hard situation. Well, we heard Powell earlier talking about housing prices going up at an unsustainable pace and he was saying the housing market has to go through a correction. What does he mean by that? Correction. That's a good question. He didn't say exactly what he meant by correction in a can mean a couple different things. And mainstream economists are kind of split on this. Prices may still rise say 2% nationally, year over year, just slow down a lot. Obviously, no prices could be down like 5 or 6% year over year. They say a year from now, maybe more than that, and some markets were prices really searched. But either way, almost nobody expects a major housing crash, like we saw 15 years ago. Right, I guess that's mildly assuring. It doesn't sound like we're headed to a 2008 type implosion of the housing market, but what would you say is different this time? Two big things are different. One is we have a housing shortage. There is not enough supply in terms of homes. That's very different last time. We had too many homes. So after the last crash, though, we didn't build enough homes for like a decade. And meanwhile, the millennial generation, they've settled down. They want to buy houses. And homes are selling pretty quickly after they get listed, they're on the market for about 16 days. That's just a very fast pace. So those two things together, not enough supply and very strong demand. It's kind of econ one O one. It's hard for prices to fall too much. And then the other thing is that this time around, people can afford their mortgages. And by that, I mean, not people who are stretching right now this week with the very high interest rates, but over the past 5 years, there's lots and lots of millions of people who bought homes where they bought at a low rate or refinanced and now they've got a two and a half percent mortgage or something and it's fixed, not adjustable. So for the next 30 years, they're going to have the same mortgage payment and for years into the future, many, many, many, many American homeowners will have an affordable house payment, which will stabilize things. So it's just very different than 2008. So what do buyers and sellers need to know right now? What should they consider if they are in the market or thinking about entering the market? Well, unless you're stuck in some kind of bind where you're going to lose 50 grand if you don't buy the house. For buyers, you don't want to buy into a frenzy in some ways, look, the pressure's off, it's not a great time to buy a house, prices are still very high. Interest rates are very high, so just do your research on different neighborhoods and find a good first time homebuyer program. For sellers, prices are still very strong out there, but just don't price the house like the height of the frenzy three or four months ago. Price at a price that's going to sell today. That is NPR's Chris Arnold. Thank you so much, Chris. Absolutely. Thanks, Elsa. President Biden announced today he is pardoning thousands of people convicted of marijuana possession under federal law. Too many lives have been upended because of our failed approach to marijuana. It's time that we write these wrongs. Democratic activists have long shot changes to marijuana laws, Biden himself pledged to do something about it while campaigning for president. And piers Osmo holiday has been tracking this and is with us now, hey there, asthma. Hi there. Okay, give us some detail. What exactly did the president announce this afternoon? The president announced executive action to erase prior convictions for people convicted of simple marijuana possession under either federal or D.C. statute. So federal law D.C. statute and in the video that The White House disseminated the president spoke about what this could mean. For a thousands of people who are convicted for marijuana possession who may be denied employment, housing or educational opportunities, the result of that conviction. My pardon will remove this burden on them. So to give you a sense of how many people that means more than 6500 people were convicted of simple possession between 1992 and 2021 under federal law, and then this also will apply to thousands more under the D.C. code, but many marijuana convictions occur at the state level. And so the president is also urging governors to take similar steps in their states. So what does this mean? Does this mean Biden is supporting the decriminalization of marijuana? No, he did not go that far mayor, Louise. And it is worth pointing out that the president did say in his comments today that even as federal and state regulations around marijuana change, we still need, quote, important limitations on trafficking, marketing, and underage sales of marijuana. But what he did do today is ask the Health and Human Services secretary and the attorney general to review how marijuana is scheduled under federal law. It's currently classified in the same category as heroin and LSD, more serious than fentanyl, which the president himself says makes no sense. Okay, what has the reaction to this movement? So mayor Lee was one of the main criticisms of marijuana laws for years has been that there is a disproportionate impact on black and brown people. I've heard this issue framed as a racial justice issue in many previous campaigns on the democratic side. And the president himself acknowledged the racial impact today. We did see swift praise from groups like the NAACP and Al sharpton's national action network. But at the same time, Republicans have been eager to run as the party in this election cycle that is tough on crime and paint Democrats is being soft on crime and this could play into that broader narrative. For example, senator Tom cotton was quick to call this quote blanket pardons for drug offenders in quote the mist of a crime wave. Well, speaking of politics, I got to ask about timing. You got a wonder about the timing of everything with the midterms four weeks away, is that a coincidence? You know, I was on a call earlier today in which senior administration officials held with reporters about this announcement. And they were certainly asked about the timing. Why now? Why, given the fact that this could have happened potentially earlier with executive action, and you know, administration officials insist these moves are about fulfilling a campaign commitment that Biden made. Of course, as you say, there is always politics at play here. This announcement was put out in a video made for sharing on social media. And this is important because our latest NPR marist poll released this morning found that young and black voters were the least likely to vote this November
Mets sweep 2 games from Nats but eliminated in NL East race
"The mets completed the double header sweep of the nationals with an 8 nothing victory and picked up their 100th win of the year but New York was eliminated from the NL east race as the braves beat the Marlins in the middle of the second game It marked just the fourth time in the franchise's history that the mets had won a hundred games in a season Still the mets will now have to go through the Padres or Phillies in the wild card series after leading the division for a 175 days New York's Brendan imo tried to remain positive as he reflected on the day You know it's a good thing to win a hundred games here So we're very very proud of that and we should be The nationals are now three and 9 over their last 12 games Krishna Arnold New York
Fresh update on "arnold" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Conservative justices and here's from their newest member justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal right to abortion last year. It not only toppled a right that had been standing for almost 50 years. But it opened a Pandora's box style question. Was this a one time thing? A sort of writing of historic wrongs in the eyes of conservative legal scholars, at least, who have long believed that the initial 1973 roe V wade decision on abortion was wrong. Or is this the start of something else? Are we about to see a whole host of long-standing court decisions in the United States overturned? This question matters because it's one thing for this Supreme Court to have one of the biggest conservative majorities in decades, but it's an entirely different thing if those conservative justices use their majority to reverse a whole bunch of past rulings they didn't agree with. To put this in legal terms, it's all about precedent. Does this new 6 to three conservative majority of justices still care about the precedent that other more liberal courts before them have set? Well, it really depends which of those 6 conservative justices you ask. Justice Thomas has always been very open to revisiting precedent. He writes about it constantly and separate opinions just as Gorsuch just fairly open just as Alito is fairly open. And so the question kind of comes from the more center right people than how willing are the center right people, the chief justice, justice Kavanaugh, justice, Amy Coney Barrett. This is John elwood, with the D.C. law firm, Arnold and partner. Elwood has argued 9 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court himself. Did they have some willingness to revisit precedent when they thought about it when they've really concluded that there's a reason why to overrule it why it's not working. But they seem less willing to do it Willy nilly. There isn't
Judge stays at 61 homers on 61st anniversary of Maris' 61st
"History will have to wait another day as Aaron judge went zero for two with two walks in pursuit of his 62nd home run as the Yankees beat the Orioles 8 to nothing The New York win was buoyed by an all star effort from starter Nestor Cortez who threw 7 to the third endings of one hit ball the Yankees ace also matched a query high 12 strikeouts and was giving a standing ovation as he left the game in the middle of the 8th a moment that he called awesome But walking out was special Obviously the fans know I guess my trajectory to get here and what I've been through So it's really appreciated The orals dropped their fourth game in their last 5 Krishna Arnold New York
Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz to highlight the threat of hatred
"Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has visited the site of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp in Poland as a call to fight hatred I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Simon bergson of the Auschwitz Jewish center foundation says standing with Arnold Schwarzenegger is living proof that a generation of hatred can be overcome Berkson is the child of Auschwitz survivors and Schwarzenegger's father was a Nazi soldier Schwarzenegger toured the former camp and met with a woman who was three years old when notorious Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele conducted experiments on her Schwarzenegger says it's time to terminate prejudice He says it won't be his last time visiting and promised I'll
Aaron Judge home run watch: Tracking the Yankees slugger in 2022
"In glaber tours hit a pair of home runs in the 8th as the Yankees routed the pirates 14 to two Luis severino through 5 innings in his first start since July 13th and slugger Aaron judge remained one Homer shy of hitting his 61st home run of the year and tying Roger Maris 1961 home run record The spectacle drew a sellout crowd to The Bronx but the added spotlight hasn't changed anything for judge the Yankee star set after the game Yankee Stadium gets rowdy so it's been right these past couple days and this is just how it is The pirates dropped their 6 consecutive game as they fell to 55 and 94 on the year Krishna Arnold New York
Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns
"Move on here the daily water this guy fetterman If he gets elected to the Senate then an orange juice can get elected to the Senate I'm not kidding Fetterman mocked Doctor Oz for owning ten properties Turns out federman owns 8 properties but didn't disclose them By Ben Z slough Pennsylvania lieutenant governor and democratic Senate nominee John fetterman didn't mention his 8 properties on federal financial disclosures Even though he has repeatedly mocked Republican rival doctor mehmet Oz for owning multiple real estate holdings according to a Tuesday release from the foundation for accountability and civic trust Candidates are required to submit a financial statement that provides a full and complete statement of their assets debts and income as well as any position help For any assets candidates must report the complete identity and category of value of any interest in property with a fair market value exceeding a $1000 as of the close of the reporting period The group determined from county court records federman owns 8 properties in Braddock Pennsylvania We served as mayor from O 6 to 2019 None of the properties appeared on its disclosure documents None of them Though many of the properties were to combine $108,000 or empty lots worth between ten and 20,000 One of the holdings was a building structure worth about 40,000 according to the report from the daily mail These properties don't produce any income They're not investment properties So John didn't need to disclose them His spokesman said but it's not true Here's all these properties should have been disclosed from mister FedEx personal finances Said the executive director of the foundation for accountability and civic trust Kendra Arnold
Cubs hound Bassitt, beat NL East-leading Mets 5-2
"The cubs scored runs in the second third and fourth innings on their way to a 5 to win over the mets It was Rafael Ortega's solo shot that started off the onslaught for Chicago in the second with Javier Assad throwing 6 innings of one run ball and picking up his first major league win Manager David Ross viewed it as a complete team victory Really good offensive performance there good approach I'll facet there early on gives enough and then javi blocked it in really nice job him They left a lot of guys on base New York stranded Ted runners on bass and Chris Bassett went just four endings in his start for the mets Christian Arnold New York
Judge's 55th homer, IKF's slam lead Yanks to sweep of Twins
"Isaiah kind of falafel is fourth inning Grand Slam help lift the Yankees to a 7 one win over the Minnesota Twins to complete the double header sweep on Wednesday Garrett Cole through a season high 14 strikeouts and Aaron hicks helped seal the win with the three run base clearing double in the 8th the victory helped move New York 5 games ahead of Tampa Bay in the AL east but the bombers didn't feel they fully moved past their struggles just yet You know I think we're just dealing with adversity and so far within this week It's nice to enter the right way The loss is on Wednesday drop the twins to 68 and 67 on the year as the yanks took the first game four to three in 13 innings Krishna Arnold New York
Comedian David A. Arnold's Advice for Those Looking for Success
"Someone ran into you at a Starbucks right now. They listened to the show, they're like, I was really inspired by your story, but the type of life you're living, what you break through is the struggles you've had. You're upbringing all of it the way you communicate. Obviously your heart to tell you're a good man. It's a guy who's in jail for a week. And now he's, you know, get the best special on the Planet Earth. It's unbelievable. And they said, hey, I want to be successful, and I'm just like, I'm just treading water right now. Could you get that? Would you say to me that might nudge me for it? It could be any piece of information, anything I should remember, anything I should think or do. I mean, just anything, if I had two minutes with you, what would you say to them? I would say that what you're feeling is exactly what you're supposed to be feeling. Because anything worth anything is not supposed to be easy. It's supposed to be hard. It's supposed to make you feel like you feel, which is maybe I shouldn't do this. Maybe this is a mistake. Maybe I should quit. Nobody around me believes in you. And the hardest part is sometimes the people that are closest to you will be the ones that will give up on you first. Even your agents, even your like, that's real. You have to want what you want hard enough that cuts through all of that. And you have to find that thing and whether or not you have that thing that makes this thing that you want, not having it unacceptable. It has to be, you can't, you have to be able to go, can I live without it? Can I go to bed at night? Wake up one day knowing that I was, I said I wanted to do something and I gave up and I'm like, okay. Yeah. With going, I'd let that one go. Yeah. I can't do that. Me either. Not for not for not for something. There's some things where I'm like, I'm going to jump out of plane. Yeah, I'm fine. I'm past that. Right, you know what I mean? But there's some things that some things are not negotiable and there's some dreams that are not for sale.
Why Most People's Will Can Be Bought With Enough Failure
"Used to have this talk I gave called, my will to win is not for sale. Meaning, I think a lot of people in life, you could have done this. You have this precious beautiful family, this amazing wife who stayed by you through difficult times. And you have these beautiful daughters, and I've got a beautiful family as well. There could have been people would not have criticized you, had at some .15 years ago you just gone look, man, I made a run at it. And it just didn't break through. I'm going to go back to being nursing. I'm going to go sell Mercedes. Right. And no one probably would have blamed you for that. But there was this thing in you. This is what I'm watching this man perform. I was like, this dude's will is different. He wouldn't sell his family's dreams. He wouldn't sell his dreams. Most men most women, they can be bought with enough failure. There will be boss. There's a price tag. They're unwilling to pay. In other words, the price tag just gets too high. Yes. Right? And that's a poverty mentality, by the way. When I was broke, when I went shopping, I didn't get the thing I wanted. I get the thing I could afford. So I would flip price tags. What's it cost? What's it cost? What's it cost? Right. I think in life, if you're obsessed with what something's costing you, you're going to lose. But if you become obsessed with whether it's worth it, then that's different. That's true. And for me, I think most people, by the way, winning can buy someone's will to win. You've seen this in sports. Guy wins fights like crazy, the heavyweight champion in the world gets there. The will has been bought with that belt with a couple bucks. Yes. And that's the people that you've described earlier in my opinion that go away. That become broke that aren't famous anymore. You start to believe the things that people are telling you.
David A. Arnold Goes Through His Comedic Creative Process
"I'm curious what this process is like. I want them to go through this grind with you. You have an hour act, right? Yeah. And I speak, and I know what it's like to even get tired of hearing from myself. What does it look like when you start creating material all the way to the special? How many hours go into this? When are you writing one of the concepts come up? How many sets do you have to do to where you're like, this is tight now? I own this, this is the creative process to have one special because I think the other thing that's underestimated is this the amount of precise grinding and working required to become outstanding at what you do. That's part of the process. Yeah, that's a great question. You know, every comedian is different. Some people comedians would like to go, I don't write nothing down. I'm not that person. I'm not that good. My bits come from being in the moment and living and having experiences. But are you in the experience of miscarriage even if you're going, this could be a bit? Yes. Okay. Comedians are very introverted people. We're very on top of everything we're thinking and feeling. Like everything. Like all the information that comes at us as it's coming to us, we're evaluating and giving our opinion on it in our head. Like so any interaction with you, my wife, the constantly that's just where I'm at, right? And so like for me, when I started going out and working out for the week, I think we did, I want to say we did 30 cities, which is comedy clubs, and we know I do 5 shows a weekend. So you take that 30 times 5, it's about a 150 sets. An hour and 20 minutes is normally when I'm on stage doing. And you know, you do this again and again and again, and I record all of my material. I record every set that I do. And I go back and when I'm on the treadmill or I'm in the gym the next day working out, I listen to it. So I can go, oh, that's good. Nope, that's no good. I don't need that. Get that. It's work. It's a process. Again, it's reps. It's like, you know, it's like how you get tone. Again, again, again, again, again. Like that's literally it.
David A. Arnold: The Difference Between Being Father and Having a Child
"I talked about how a 17, I found out who I thought Eddie was my father. I found out was not my biological father that I was he actually adopted me when I was 6 months old. And there was another guy who I actually knew because he was a friend of the family. So he was around. And I played with his children as Friends, not knowing they were really my half brother and sister. And my mom told me at this age, this is your brill. This is who made you. And you know, yeah, sure, it could have sent me into a tailspin, but it didn't. What it did is it made me understand in that moment. The difference between being a father and making a child. Because that's what my dad is. My dad is like, that's when I say my dad, my father, that's Eddie Arnold. Mike Payne, who made me, I call him my maker. You know what I mean? But I will never disrespect my father. By giving Mike Payne, the title of dad, and which he's a dad and father to other children that I know. He's just not that to me. And this is what I say to people who have come to me and I've talked to about things that have happened to us in our life, which everybody gets things that happen that are unfortunate. You find out your dad is this, your parents on drugs. You were abused as I always say this. I hear everything you're saying. And I want you to know that you're right that that was unfortunate and wrong that it happened to you. And it was painful. And unfair. Now what? Right, right. We got nobody everybody stops there, but you got to go past that. You got to go now what? Because there's no line. To get in for everybody who was mistreated. So where you can just stand in line and be like, everybody who had a bad childhood come over here, we're going to give you a stipend for the rest of your life. It doesn't work like that. You have to figure out how to get around that.
JK Simmons Looks to Be Working Hard For His Possible Oscar Campaign
"Point I'm trying to make is J. K. Simmons. You know, listen, yes, he looks good for a man. He's 60 goddamn 7. My father died at 61. I'm going to be 16 a few months. I can't look that way anymore without chemical help. You know, I love the guy's a good actor. No doubt about it. I think, well, I know. He probably thinks he's in line for an Oscar nomination for playing Fred marks in being the ricardos. He was very good. That movie is fantastic. And if you got nominated, I wouldn't care because it was a great movie. And I love the movie he did when he played the music instructor with the kid with the drums. Sorry, I can't think. You know what I'm talking about? It was unbelievable that movie. Oh my God. Whiplash, whiplash with Miles Teller, Jay kids, J. K. Simmons playing the music instructor. And Miles Teller playing the drummer, trying to get things right. And J. K. Simmons is not accepting any bullshit at all with the tempo and the speed. It's a brilliant movie, and it ends on such a note that, oh my God, it's brilliant. And that is much as J. K. Simmons work. That really brought him into the forefront of everything. That movie. So either way, he thinks he's been told he feels he's heard. He's in line for an Oscar nomination for being the Ricardo's. So as people must have told him, hey, Jay Kate, get out there more, show yourself. What is it you like to do? You're a health nut, getting the gym, post pictures on Instagram. I'm not much for Instagram. JK, you've got to do it. It's the rave. Do you have TikTok? No. Get to get, that's what's happening, guys. Okay, that's what's happening. The problem is, is we've seen too much of J. K. Simmons already on those God damn insurance commercials. And nobody wants to see grandpa, you know, was a tank top on ripped to shit with great chest hair, except if those men are in their 70s, like Arnold Schwarzenegger and sliced alone, both of whom probably guided J. K. Simmons on how to properly use steroids and human growth hormone to look his most ridiculous best.
Alonso hits tiebreaking HR, Mets beat Nationals 7-3
"Pete Alonso's 32nd home run of the year broke a three three tie in jump started a four run ending in the bottom of the 6th as the mets defeated the national 7 to three Eduardo Escobar Thomas Neto and Brendan nimmo each drove in runs in the 6th and Escobar hit his first home run since July 26th when he put the mets on the board first with the two run shot in the second The consistent fight the mets have shown this year hasn't surprised manager buck showalter There's always been a sense of urgency with these guys since first day of spring that things they want to accomplish The defeat extends Washington's losing streak at city field to 6 games and they have now draw four of their last 7 contests Krishna Arnold New York
Nimmo, Peterson lead Mets past Rockies 3-0 for 17th shutout
"Brandon nimmo hit a leadoff Homer and then RBI double and David Peterson pitched 6 innings of four hit ball as the mets defeated the rockies three to nothing The wind pushes the mets three games ahead of the braves for the NL east lead and they're now 36 games above 500 for the first time since 1988 Neo's 12th Homer of the year gave New York the quick lead and then ending later he drove in another run on a double to right field Good game for me personally I'm glad I could contribute Got a good pitch to hit and the first AB The rockies have now lost ten of their last 13 and own the league's worst road record at 18 and 42 Christian Arnold New York
Mets retire Willie Mays’ No. 24 as Old-Timers’ Day returns
"It was a promise that went unfulfilled for nearly 50 years but on Saturday that all changed in a surprise move during old timers day the mets retired baseball great Willie Mays is number 24 fulfilling a promise that late Metz owner Joe and payson had made to the say hey kid in 1972 Maize did not make the trip to queens but his son Michael said that it was his close relationship with payson that made his time with the mets so special Her promises to him more important so a coming foolish like this is you know it's just something undone is done all the time coming Maze played for the mets from 1972 to 1973 Krishna Arnold New York
The Mysterious Disappearance Screenwriter Gary Devore
"Gary devore was a screenwriter. And he was driving home through the Mojave desert one night. He just finished a film script. Very successful screenwriter and a script doctor and a producer known for films like raw deal with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dogs of war with Chris walken, but this script he was working on wasn't like those films. It was full of allegations against the United States government and it involved drugs and bank robbery, and it was all set against the, one of the 20th century's most controversial wars, the invasion of Panama. And Gary devore never made it home that night. He disappeared, lost in the desert in the dead of night in Palmdale as he drove home with this script he just finished. And he was found dead one year later, but the script along with both of his hands were missing. Okay, this is our government at work, guys. This is what happens. Now, there's a British academic named doctor Matthew alford who talks about this quite a lot. He knows a lot about what links this story to government problems, et cetera and he believes that Gary divorce disappearance is the quote greatest spy story never told. And he's gone to extraordinary lens to tell it. So back in 1997, and believe me, there was an extensive search for this guy. But there was no trace of Gary devore. For a year, but then he's eventually discovered by an amateur detective who had a hunch
Yankees blanked again, Gausman pitches Blue Jays to 4-0 win
"Kevin gausman through 7 shutout endings as the Blue Jays became the latest team to blank the Yankees in a four zero win in The Bronx teoscar Hernandez has two run Homer in the fourth gave the Jays the cushion they needed as gossman struck out 7 and retired 20 of the 25 batters that he faced on Friday night The wind closed the gap between the bombers and Jays to 8 games and it has Hernandez and the Jays cooking Who was going for a couple of weeks really tough On the road at home and we just tried to stay together and do a thing the AKs lost for the 14th time in the last 18 games and were held without a run for the second time this home stand Krishna Arnold New York
"arnold" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Arnold was given the command of the strategic fort of west point on the hudson river which also gave him control of the entire river from albany to new york city. At this time he had been negotiating with the british through his wife. To switch sides he was offering not only to switch sides but to basically give the british west point. Arnold began slowly weakening defenses of west point ignored repairs sold supplies in the black market and misallocated troops under his control. However the plot was soon discovered. Major andre who was his contact was captured upon discovering. This arnold took a small boat to the hms vulture which took him into new york city and into the hands of the british. The news of his treason shook the country. Washington tried to remain calm and there was talk of exchanging major. Andre for benedict arnold. But that never happened. Major andre was subsequently hong arnold had negotiated a twenty thousand pound bounty from the british but ended up only getting six thousand three hundred and fifteen pounds because he couldn't deliver west point. He was also commissioned as brigadier general in the british army. You led several missions against the americans. But they weren't that major and the war was nearing its conclusion. The british soldiers that he led didn't particularly like him. The british officers didn't trust or respect him and the americans had issued orders that he be summarily executed if he was captured he ended up moving to new brunswick after the war where he had a failed business. Venture the people. There hated him so much that they burned him in effigy right in front of his own house. He later moved to london where he died at the age of sixty in eighteen. O one in the end benedict. Arnold never got what he wanted. He never became rich and he never got the respect. He so desperately wanted from the americans. His very name became synonymous with the word traitor in the united states. Benjamin franklin said quote judas only sold one man arnold three million stories about benedict. Arnold grew over the years such that everything about him. During his whole life became treacherous or conniving comparisons were made between arnold and confederate soldiers during the civil war benedict. Arnold is one of only a few people around the world whose very name has become synonymous with treason. The term mir jaffar is used in bengali and urge you to refer to someone who's a traitor and it comes from an century bengali. General who.
"arnold" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Gone differently benedict arnold the fifth when undoubtably be considered one of the founding fathers of the united states. he was born in seventeen. Forty one in norwich connecticut to a family which was the original founders of the rhode island colony. His great-grandfather benedict arnold. The i was the president and governor of rhode island. He was as close to american aristocracy. Is you could come. He was one of six children but he and his sister were the only ones who survived to adulthood by all accounts. Arnold was athletic and good looking one of his neighbors. In connecticut said that arnold was quote. The most accomplished and grateful skater that he had ever seen despite his family pedigree. His father was an alcoholic which brought a great deal of shame to benedict. The alcohol is a may have been the result of losing four of his children. His father squandered away the family fortune. Which otherwise would have allowed. The young benedict attend yale at the age of sixteen. He joined the connecticut militia to fight in the french indian war but his unit turned around after the fourth they were marching to his captured is service in. The war. lasted a whopping. Sixteen days benedict was accepted as an apprentice apothecary. Norwich and later set up his own apothecary business. In new haven using the business as a springboard he branched into other areas including shipping to the west indies and became quite successful by all accounts prior to the revolution. Arnold was a staunch patriot and supporter of the american cause. British laws such as the stamp act. Sugar act affected him directly. He floated british laws enjoying the secret sons of liberty in march of seventeen seventy five. He formed the governor second company of connecticut guards. Along with sixty five other men from new haven. He was elected as their captain and was responsible for the leadership of the unit. When war broke out the next month in lexington and concord in massachusetts arnold in his unit made the decision to march to boston. But he wasn't given permission to take any gunpowder from the town's magazine. Arnold told one of the town fathers david wooster quote. You may tell the selectmen that if the keys are not coming within five minutes my men will break into the supply house and help themselves none. But the almighty god shall prevent me from marching and quote. This day is still celebrated every year in new haven as powder house day on april twenty. Second this began. What can only be described is a pretty successful military career when he got to boston. He organized a raiding party to take the british fort ticonderoga which sat on lake champlain. You managed to take the fort with hardly a fight captured the british cannons as well as the largest worship on the lake. Arnold was promoted to.
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"Alot. Thank you for joining the american revolution this week. Episode to nineteen turning general arnold. We last left benedict arnold in april. Seventeen seventy nine. He just bought a mansion in philadelphia and mary the eighteen year. Old peggy shippen. He had resigned. The military governorship of philadelphia as the supreme executive council pennsylvania under president joseph reed had accused him of misusing his office for personal gain. The continental congress had already dismissed most of the charges levied by pennsylvania. Much of public opinion seemed to be arles favor. Many view the accusations as one of the army's greatest leaders being taken down by politicians for some minor accounting problems arnold was looking forward to a quick court martial that would acquit him of the remaining charges and allow him to return to duty. Washington scheduled the court martial hearings to begin on may first seventeen seventy nine. The supreme executive council of pennsylvania led by president. Joseph reed had issued the charges and did not want to see them swept under the rug read wrote to washington telling him that he did not want a cursory hearing and demanded delay so that the council could gather. It's witnesses read further threatened to prevent the continental army's use of any state wagons for transport of supplies if the army did not comply as a result. Washington delayed the hearing until june. I during this time. Arnold traveled to middlebrook new jersey for the hearings but just as they were about to get underway the british attack up the hudson river that led to the battle of stony point lead to yet another delay repeated delays would mean the hearings would not actually begin until december twenty third on may fifth just a few days after the first delay. Arnold express his frustration in a letter to washington. Arnold new the political game used to destroy great men. You make accusations then you let those accusations hanging over them for months or even years without clearing them up. Arnold had to look no further than aghast in his own home silas deane for an example of this team had been fighting with congress for more than a year to clear his name and with no end in sight. Dean would leave later that year sailing for france at his own expense in a futile attempt to find sufficient paperwork regarding his expenses that would satisfy congress. Arnold saw how genes political enemies had cut him down with innuendo rumors and baseless accusations in the press without any real effort to resolve the matter. It had destroyed. Deen's reputation and career aren't oke worried that he was headed down that very same path. In addition to his reputation arnold had growing money problems following his resignation as military governor of pennsylvania. Arl had no income opportunities beyond the base pay of continental paper money that he received as a major general he had just purchased a mansion for his bride heavily mortgaged and had to rent a second house. Since the minister of spain was still living in the home that he had just purchased. Arnold's new wife came from a wealthy home and expected to live a lifestyle that came at a hefty cost over the summer. Arnold sister. Hannah came to philadelphia with his three sons ages. Seven through eleven. They also moved into arnold's house making it a pretty crowded place. The children got into trouble and did not get along well with their new stepmother is oldest child had gotten in trouble with.
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"There's bound to be some resentment and a feeling that the revolution cannot progress. Until you get rid of those people. It's tempting but dangerous line of thought. I have recommended several arnold biographies in the past. This week's recommendation really focuses on this particular period of his life. It's called benedict. Arnold in philadelphia by ray thompson. The book was written in nineteen seventy five amidst a string of books pushed out. Just ahead of the bicentennial. It's a fairly short one at under two hundred pages. But as i said it focuses on arnold time in philadelphia after the british occupation. And i think paints a pretty good picture of what was happening there at the time. The book is out of print. And maybe hard to find. I was lucky that my library had a copy. But i think it is an interesting account of the pivotal period in arles life. That is not emphasized by many of the other arnold biographies so if he can find benedict arnold in philadelphia. I think it's worth reading my online recommendation. This week looks at another interesting side. Note to arnold's life. It is online article called betsy. Deploy the girl who got away from benedict arnold. As i mentioned in the main episode arnold had been pursuing another teenage daughter of loyalist. This one in boston before he met peggy. It seems to show that arnold was eager to start a new life by acquiring a trophy wife and living as an upper class. Gentlemen the article is on. The new england historical society website and i think is an interesting read as always. I've included a direct link on my website at www am rev. Podcast dot com. My listener question. This week comes from andrew ray. Asking why soldiers of this era did not wear helmets or other protective headgear. And it's an interesting question because we see soldiers of earlier eras wearing helmets for example the conquistadors. I'll have those famous helmets. But by the eighteenth century everyone seems to be wearing hats and then of course by the early twentieth century. Were back to helmets again. The reason is that earlier helmets. Were good at stopping a sword or an arrow but when the age of muskets came about the iron helmets that soldiers would have had to wear would have had been too big and too heavy to have been of much utility metal helmets. Were also expensive. And if they didn't do much to provide real protection than they were not worth the cost now. Some soldiers during this era did wear helmets. The hashes for example wore bronze helmets during the war. But these were more expensive decorative adornments than anything that was supposed to provide any real protection. It wouldn't be until the mass production of steel came about in the late nineteenth century. That we see a return to protective helmets and that really begins in world war one. Of course if you have a question that you would like to hear answered on this podcast please. email me. At 'em troy dot history at g. Mail dot com. Well that's all for this week. Please join me again next week. For another american revolution podcast.
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"So of course. An issue arose. Were a woman named hannah. Levy trying to get a pass to get out of town. Levy was a relative of major david francs. Who was arnold top military aid. major. Franks's uncle was a wealthy philadelphia merchant who had thrown parties for general. How and other top officers during the occupation and was considered a collaborator. Arnold requested a pass for miss levy but the council denied it she was related to a suspected loyalist and the council was in no mood to do any favors for general ro. Instead arnold gave levy a personal note instructing soldiers to allow her to pass when read found out and confronted arnold about this effort to ignore the council's rules. Arnold told read that levy was on a military mission for him that the matter was secret and he would not disclose the purpose to read or the council on another occasion. Major francs ordered the century at his home to go. Fetch a barber. The century pennsylvania. Militia sergeant william outlook was not happy about leaving his post to go run personal errands for the officer..
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"As i mentioned in an earlier episode many patriots wanted them to pay for their collaboration. In the fall of seventeen seventy eight. Local courts had convicted and hang several collaborators. Others wanted these wealthy families who collaborated with the enemy at least to lose their property and possibly be expelled from the state. Arnold instead seemed to spend most of his time socializing with these very same people. After all they were the upper class of the town with his newfound wealth powerful position and prestigious title arnold had entree into the top of philadelphia society. He wanted to take full advantage of that. Arnold made clear his position as a moderate early in his administration. Joseph galloway had been a civilian leader under british occupied philadelphia and was probably considered. The top collaborator who had not been arrested. Prior to the british occupation. The only reason he hadn't been arrested was because he had fled to british occupied new york where he assisted general. How in planning the philadelphia campaign. Calloway had wisely fled philadelphia with the british army and returned to new york there galloway and his daughter. Betsy would take a ship to london. Never to return to their home in america his wife however grace galloway remained in her family mansion just north of town. Pennsylvania supreme executive council seized her home as de property of a loyalist. Mrs galloway refused to leave and locked herself in the mansion. The supreme executive council ordered arnold to remove her from the property. And throw her into the st arnold at sent guards to protect mrs galloway from violence. But how'd comply with civilian orders. But he sent an officer to convince galloway to leave voluntarily and gave her access to a coach to take her to her relatives. This relatively kind of fiction upset the radicals after galloway's eviction. Joseph reed moved into the mansion for use as his personal residence as much as the radicals despised arnold's behavior much of arles behavior was in line with what he thought..
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"But i went to our friend my yuko to i went to spend christmas with her and her husband in san diego and she is an incredible cook and cook every night. And so. when i got home i was like i. I going to buy everything you have. 'cause i wanna learn. How do you try to become a hugo. Yeah i'm working on it. So my japanese is a little rusty. You'll get there into what was your other thing. Said there were two things. Oh the other thing is. I've i've really been into pokemon lately. I've actually been seeing that and i was like. Do i talk about this. Because i actually don't know anything about it's okay. No it's all well it is. I'm just well i. I was always into pokemon as a kid. And i think a lot of the self-discovery that i've been going through over the past two years is leaning into who i was when i was a kid and like and and trying to sort of rebuild some of that because i have a weird family situation and i don't have a lot of like art at the time didn't have a lot of artifacts bypass. Oh i was super into pokemon up until college and then i used to like play. The games collect the car. I got back into it recently. Because i made a youtube video about this. Three hundred and seventy five thousand dollar pokemon deal gone wrong and that sort of was the start of this like wager on the gateway drug. And now i've been like. I'm i'm friends with all the polka tubers and i'm like i'm like all up in the. I have a separate instagram for like trading cards doing. I'm doing deals consumer. I know it's the best. That's that's been fun so learning okay. Here's one. I am learning to be kind to myself and more accepting of myself as i am my whole life. I've been very very hard on myself. When things don't go my way and i often set up circumstances that were like unwinnable for me. You know it's like a like it's a little bit damned if you do damned if you don't like i'm not celebrating my winds and i'm beating myself up if i don't receive those winds to begin with and in a lot of what i've come to like become aware of his just the voice of the critic in my head and how i can like identify and not sort of fall into the traps Very much you know like my critic is is just putting propaganda fake picture of the world. it's trying to convince me of something that isn't true and i have to like keep my eye on the prize and know what actually is true which is usually the like the what my critic tells me does. Not hold up to scrutiny. You know so back in and a lot of that is just like keeping the like focusing on the narrative that i'm paying attention to and you know like today you asked me how i was doing and i could. There is a narrative of my day. It's like very like sulky bad narrative. And i can see it but i'm trying not to walk that path i'm trying to reich. That's one way to look at it but that doesn't serve anyone..
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"Yes it's a. It's a great place to start pro. Probably one of the best to start with so highly recommend like what how that is working in terms of compound interest. Because i don't think people understand what you know. It's not just a different kind of savings. Yeah so compound. Interest einstein referred to it as the eighth wonder of the world in the concept of compound. Interest is when the money you make from interest makes makes more money with more interest so the concept is like if you if i loaned you one hundred dollars taryn. Let's do the calculator thing we should. I'll explain what i do. My poor girlfriend who is also named taryn by the way so. It's going to get confusing. Let's do this save. Got five thousand dollars saved up. So let's put five thousand dollars into our calculators. Let me know when got it got it. Okay i'm going to have you do is multiply that number by one point zero seven which would represent a seven percent interest rate on that money. Which is directionally. What happens with index. London stocks overtime. I should add that like invest. You are not trading. If you're taking my advice you're not trading you're not worried about when the market goes up or goes down. This is a thirty year play. Tell you build wealth. It's the buy and hold strategy. Don't invest anything that you're not willing to see go down for years and years and years. The stock market could crash. But like we're playing the thirty year game i.
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"Savings. I need to have a million dollars in my savings to go. Buy a house or something like that. Which you're saying is not. The case is not actually not not healthy in not the best approach so let me explain the the risk framework first. And then i'll provide like a one on one on like what i would advise my best friend do. If they're just getting started so on the far left hand side would be like your bank account right. You have your five thousand or ten thousand dollars a year bank account But it's not earning. It's not doing anything for you. It's not creating more money so a little bit right of the bank account might be like bonds government yields that are one or two percent per year right. You give the government your money and they say after thirty years will pay you back. It'll be one percents a little bit more than a bank. Little bit riskier because the government has to stay the government you to get your money but you can do that okay. A little bit further right would be like stocks in maybe maybe index funds. Let's call it That's where you're buying a share of all of the companies that make up. Let's say the s. and p. five hundred which is the five hundred large public companies So you're you're investing investing in all of those companies at the same time in on average you know you can go back historically but they tend to earn six seven percent per year so a little bit riskier than bonds. But you've got your your index. Okay little bit more risky than managing can start picking individual stocks but even the professionals don't do a great job doing that and have trouble even beating the market in the index funds. You want to be careful about that. A okay as you get even for the right. Maybe there'd be real estate maybe you can find eight to ten percent per year returns in real estate but you've gotta do a lot of work. It's risky you can have your renter stop paying. There's a lot of risks that which is why you make more than just a bonded or stocks typically and then on the far right hand side would be like betting on the super bowl. Were playing roulette which you and. I do sometimes in big. It's right where you're like. Well there's a fifty percent chance. I doubled my money. And there's a fifty percents chance i lose it all so like that's the spectrum..
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"Is i remember growing up. If i couldn't decide what i wanted to eat. My mom would always just say. Just get both just kept both so that you can have a little bit of that and a little bit of that. And i'm like well and my dad. Always big dina like that's a little wasteful but my mom's like no. We want to have what she wants. And that is such an incredibly priviledged unrelatable place to come from and i completely understand that But that just brought tonight. I ask him to order food from this restaurant. And it's like this like buji ass restaurant that you we go to for our anniversary and it's like you don't do that on a tuesday but i'm just so accustomed to just spending money. Which is what was so interesting to me when you and i became friends. Because you know you don't spend any money like you are so careful with your money. And i envy parts of that and i also don't want that like i don't wanna just never spend money and i and i don't want to like i love. I like to by myself. Nice thing so. I do that but you taught me so much which i hope. We'll get into now. Is like you taught me so much about just the importance of setting yourself up for financial success even just financial like basics that i think so many people in unfortunately so many women are just so scared to even dip their toes into and i don't know where do where do you think that comes from like people are scared of it and then maybe wire why does it seem like so male dominated. Wow yeah before. I directly answered that question. You're the quote from your mom. Made me think of like what my mom used to do. Growing up in. This isn't a judgment and there is no right or wrong with money. There's not like a right way to go about it. And i remember my mom saying like when my sibling would wanna buy something she'd say..
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"This in sanely relative to every person this is so relevant you could have gotten arrays for fifty cents a paycheck. Yeah in this is a seven for you or you could have gotten a ten thousand dollar raise in. This is a two for you. This is so this is so relative. And i feel i feel like a dick young. I was just going to say. I feel sad giving myself the score that i'm giving myself you go first. Okay i give myself a two. And it's not i'm okay and i'm fine and i'm comfortable and i'm happy. Sorry i keep. I keep banging my jacket on the table and daring jacket. Got him making her double matt. We are trying to buy a house. And i am d pressed at how expensive they are in. La for what we want like. We don't even want a lot. We are being so humble in so wholesome about like our little tiny ass like clean cute place and we can't find anything. That's under y'all if i know you are listening all over america world and you're gonna cry but we cannot find a decent and again not not high standards very low standards like two bedroom. Our square footage of the house is one thousand. Two hundred and fifty square feet is our up. yeah but like. That's the vibe. We're looking for like one bathroom to bed. Because we both work from home would love three bed but not a must need a little bit of yard space for the dog. The dogs. But like not not a moss. We'll figure figured out. We can't find anything for under one million two hundred thousand dollars. Imagine that let's you go. You know what our budget's going to be a million which is the worst thing ever nearly a million dollars so much. I didn't even know what that looks like. And we go like okay. Our budgets million. We can afford a million dollars and there is. It's shacks in la. It's not even you can't even buy the land for that. You cannot even buy property in not even a nice area. We're not y'all when i say this i'm not talking about like hollywood west. Hollywood beverly hills. I'm not talking about even if you. La sherman oaks. I'm not even talking about that. Van is not even talking about that. I'm like an hour out of la. It's just it's it's frustrating. And i feel like my entire life. I've had the privilege of focusing on. When i worry about money. It becomes a worry. If i just let it happen. It happens anytime. I've ran out of money..
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"Work that i did by letting myself have a little bit more flexible gig. That pays well and where i'm trusted. Which if that doesn't make any sense to you yet. I promise as you get further in your career A lot of times people make you feel like shit for something that they think they know. But you definitely know better And now that. I'm literally ten plus years into working and thirty. You start to see how much they actually matters to be able to be the person in a meeting or b. The person in a room who has the final say and people go. Well if darren says that that's what it is I feel like. I have that right now and i appreciate that. That makes me so happy and proud of you to see that. You're six that like executing makes me smile really big. I am proof. She's smiling really big. I gave myself a four very similar reasons to the friend. Thing where i'm on the right path. I've realized a lot this year. I'm like i'm so thrilled with doing the podcast. I know that i'm doing. I know that in the right direction and on finally focusing on what matters to me in what's right but it's not there yet. There is a lot of big changes at the end of the year for me career wise and i know that really big awesome. Things are to come. But i'm it's not happening yet. So yeah four right now. There's a lot that i want to go and leave in this year and move forward with so i'm not i'm not on that like up and up yet but i'm super positive and optimistic that it's like we get in there we're getting there and that's all the matters exactly next next piece by all thought on career even if you aren't of working age yet or you're not like you don't feel like your work is a career i know that distinction feels weird You're like no. I have a job but it's not my career. You're still gaining things that are teaching you how to have a career or that are yeah downs. You're you're you're making a lot of skills and they call them soft skills and hard skills hard skills being like like like engineering or like data analytics or like whatever analyzing performance or whatever. It is and soft skills being. She's good with people or she's like whatever. I don't think that stuff is real soft skills are arguably more important. Because just gonna yeah. They'll focus on those folks that you make people happy. Make your boss. Happy make customers happy in. You'll be sawed so cool. They are we heading to love. Yeah let's just keep let's go all the way around. Wow we haven't had like a little check in with ourselves. So scared for this team and i are really communicative but i wonder if this will on earth some things that we don't know jesus no even in a constructive positive way my answer. Do i picked up my pads that you couldn't see it because i don't want you to. Yeah i haven't you go first this time. I did a fi did you. Do you My reasoning being We have been in this weird creepy spooky bubble so it's been amazing. There's not a single soul on this earth that or out of this earth. For that matter that i would want to go screw you go. I don't wanna hang out with you. Spirit just thinking because like all these little bubbles up there guys slam any. I kicked her under the to say something. Nice yeah there is. There's no one else. I would want to spend this with. I'm so happy..
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"Do not and she also this is. This is a lot. I have a candle burning and she's wearing my jacket and she has burt my jacket. Would you wanna tell the people what happened right before this call. Give them the set. The scene for what are night looked like yeah so taryn went to feed the dogs. She opens the fridge to get the wet dog. Food out. drops a club soda it shatters like explodes glass in the kitchen in the dining room in the living room in my foot in her foot and then she goes to give frank his food and reagan's her food drops organs bowl all over the ground. It's a big ordeal. So if i caught my yeah so i just caught my sleeve on fire that would have been honestly hysterical and then also have been the calmest part of the night. Okay this so you've got this massive circle in front of you now you're gonna basically split it up into eight pieces of pie so you can do a big plus sign across the whole aiko goldberg weekly and then do your little ax. A big plus sign from the top to the sides and then a big across in. That should leave you with eight slices. You just held it up to show me. I love that. it's very cute. Actually it's really good i know. Don't hate on my perfection. So here's how this is gonna go. Every slice of the pie represents another part of life right now. Inner circle no. Don't know inner circle. It's fine you are going to fill up your pipe piece. Let's say one pie piece is health came. What's actually started with health up sometime. Labeling away edge just for the listeners i labeling a wedge health corrupt can we go around in label the mojo yet Yeah let's do that. Label wedge health the next wedge is career. The next is going to be love. The next bad boy is all spirituality. Situation is why don't think this originated in christianity. Because it says spirituality. And i don't think they do that. Next is family next is It says leisure. But i say fun. Fun is always easier one. I prefer fun fun to only have one left to same. What did i miss friends. Oh yeah okay. Then money months. And then france what happens next is imagine this each piece of pie as a one to seven. Okay okay one. Being the most area of your circle seven being you filled in the entire piece of their pie level fulfillment you level the the rating signifies your level of satisfaction sandwich. Hi how.
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"I can't not say the christmas tree next to me. Maybe that's what's happening. I have the best guest Camden scott my very girlfriend. Who is joining me to do. A deep dive into how you doing after the craziest year of our lives. But this isn't just for us. If you're a fan of the pod you now that we are doing the life balance wheel and i ask you to join us after we hear from our sponsors which there are none. We'll get started so enjoy new talk doggy. One two three four five six seven eight nine ten. That's right ladies and gentlemen mind girl can count q. I'm just gonna start from here high. Stop it we're starting with that. We are fully starting with Aol i know. There's a rumor going around that cami can't count buck and i hope y'all just incorrect correction like god. I'm popping the champagne. Because i'm gonna need it. What you have to take the wrapper off. Obviously terron she's trying to make the idiot on your podcast. This is slanderous. I'm gonna sue you. You probably could. Yeah totally just what. Oh it's like so. I'm gonna pull a theo. You got this i I bought us a bottle of champagne for look at how that rain mature pop For those of you who don't wash low violin theo. The oh was an incredible man. He's not he's not he's still with us but he did. However someone pop the champagne bottle in his eye and he lost his eye so don't parties hard and i don't i lo- weird marsh it right there. I love you know you're gonna make fun of me correctly pronouncing be. I know it but i'm not making fun of you. Actually it makes me feel like. I'm dating a dare i say traveler. You know what go. I didn't come here for abuse. I came here to have a good time Taryn bought a bottle. Of how do you say it go moee. I say moee. But that's not. I know that's not correct. Google it right now. I believe it's more wet. I think it's actually just my wet. I would prefer that. I don't like moee. I saint because i thought everyone else said you're saying it because me and my dad do. it's embarrassing. Know everyone everyone to who is this person. That just came on her bod or podcast on girl guides cocky. Sorry i'm just feeling. Oh you looking it up. This is how to pronounce fluent and shown lured l. chamdo mohit ashley door okay taryn bodice a bottle of moet at anyone. Anyone from france specifically from champaign listening. Did i say mullet correctly. It worked for me. I'm smiling era now for those of you. Who don't know. Camden scott who i refer to as ma'am don scott. It's new it's just as we are saying youtuber. She's what i would like to call a life guber. I was trying to think of one life. So let me finish and then we'll get back to. Is it okay on. She's also the host of an incredible podcast..
"arnold" Discussed on Stuck with Taryn Arnold
"Where your brain goes. It takes a bad thing and makes it way worse than it was and it takes good things and makes them waste way like smaller than they actually were And one way to combat. This is to like physically collect things that you know make you happy so some people call this like a smile file. Where If they get a really sweet text from a friend or a good email or someone on slack at work something really positive about you. They take a screenshot. Put it in a file folder. Or whatever and say hey this my smile file. I'm going to look at this when i like. Need a little. A lo love highly. Recommend trying something like this. Some some ways that i do. This is obviously a big like not. Obviously but i collect a lot of things like in physical boxes. I have lots of old cards. Some could call it a hoarder being a hoarder. A whore dir Cute some can call being a hoarder. But i'm more like you know what i just like to collect it because i know what makes me happy and what i'm gonna wanna keep and look out later. So yes you can physically collect cards and movie stubs. From all those days we used to go to movies. Wow or you can do. A digitally use journaling. Apps called day one Or there's a journalist called journal. That's really good for this. Where sometimes at the end of the day. I'll just say few highlights like three things that really stood out to me that i wanna remember and one. I'm having a tough day. I'll go back and be like. Oh i didn't even remember that i play cards with my mom and that was really cute and we talked about cami or we talked about like my job and it was a really special small moment. Those are really easy things to forget. Wow i'm just like running through this. I'm in taking a drink. Every time i take it at.
"arnold" Discussed on Stuck with Taryn Arnold
"To the silent. Personnel looks sev- catered You're the best. Thanks the yes so. That's one tiny habits can be interesting to The mit like format is pretty interesting. Which is the most important things so i know. I'm like a to do list person and at the beginning of most as i sit down and write just like shit ton of stuff and the mit kind of format is to choose the most important thing. Things probably no more than three that you can do that day. That would make you feel super super accomplished so not like all the little things that you turn to when you don't wanna do the big thing but the one big thing that you're like god if i did this today i'd be super proud then. That's your daily. Mit that's your most important thing. And if you kind of take all of your tasks that you ride out and then sort them by priority and choose one. That is the thing. Maybe this is my weeks. Mit or this is like monday. Tuesday this is the thing i have to do. It will make you feel so much better because you're not just feeling your time with just the little things and you're actually seeing. The one thing that you know will make you feel so much better about completing See app that's tiny habits and mit okay. We're moving into the last three. The first three were consume things wisely to move your body three. Find a system that works for you for this is basic sis. You need to see people's faces you gotta see people's faces like time you need to see people react to things so this doesn't mean go on instagram. And like scroll and look through stories and like go on tiktok in just like dick around like. That's not the same as seeing someone looking at you. Which being seen right now feels really really good like i don't. I don't know how to say that in any other way other than if you sit there and just look at somebody looking back at you. You're like we are here together and this is weird but at least were here together so you gotta try things you to zoom people like zoom is..
"arnold" Discussed on Stuck with Taryn Arnold
"Just consume things. I think twice like really watch it. Because where your energy or where your focus is going your energy is going and it can get old dicey and yellow dicey. That's like rule of thumb with health things. Id it's like you know. Don't talk yourself into the having symptoms that you don't have says the queen health anxiety number two so that's one consume things wisely to move your body girl move ya body may manas seriously move your body as often as he can even if it's little movements even if it's like get up due to push ups even if it's like i'm gonna. I don't think i've moved in like a half hour or five hours. I'm going to just take a little lap around my living room. Says do it like move as much as you can. Your body needs it so bad like were not meant to be sat like this. It's just not at And one of my favorite thoughts to keep at the forefront is that mood follows action. it's not the other way around. Like action doesn't follow mood mood. Follows action and so what you need to do. I think when you're feeling stuck or sad or stressed is to do something. Need to.