35 Burst results for "BOY"

Leonydus Johnson: I'm Writing for People on the Fence About CRT

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | 21 hrs ago

Leonydus Johnson: I'm Writing for People on the Fence About CRT

"Let's talk about how we blow the whistle on all this. I mean, in the story of the little boy who shouted that the emperor has no clothes, it's we don't have any follow-up to that story. We don't know if by shouting that, everybody was like, you know what? This kid is right. You know, now you're writing a book to sort of blow the whistle and all this. But if somebody is in the throws of this mode of thinking that you've just described, is a book like this going to get through to them, what is your sort of strategy in trying? Who are you writing for? And what is your strategy of reaching them? I'm writing for the people who are on the fence. The people who aren't sure don't really understand what critical race theory is, they may stench that there's a problem, but they're not really sure how to approach it, or maybe they feel isolated, and they're not really sure how to push back against it. The whole point of the book is to explain what critical race theory is, where it comes from how it's disguising itself in our society, like anti racism and diversity, equity, and inclusion. So social emotional learning. All of these different ideas that infiltrate our institutions that push critical race theory, ideology. And then just breaking apart the different arguments and the different illogic of the arguments. And showing people I like, okay, so when people say diversity, that's not what they mean. They don't mean actual natural occurring diversity. They mean capitulating to progressive ideology. When people say, equity, they don't mean equality. They mean the quality of outcomes, which require sports and intentional inequality. People say inclusion, they don't mean inclusiveness of all ideological thought they meet only progressivism. So like all of these ideas and then breaking them apart so that people understand the arguments and they understand the manipulation because they're just like it's so easy. I'll use Black Lives Matter for example. Like people are so easily manipulated by language that all you have to do is accuse them of racism and then they'll capitulate because they don't want to be, they don't want to be considered racist.

The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy are uncovered

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 22 hrs ago

The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy are uncovered

"The secrets of a glittering golden Egyptian mummy have been uncovered without disturbing the occupant. The mummy is called the golden boy. He was a boy aged 14 years. Well preserved body and well mummified. Radiology professor sahar saleem at Cairo university says the mummy is about 2300 years old. CT scans help them get a better look at it. And the arrangement of the evidence in three terms are really very unique and not seen before. Some of the amulets are made of gold, a sign of the boy's social status. Researcher Sarah Ahmed Abdul Aziz says CT scans help preserve the mummy. You can now have a piece of amulet based off one that is in a mummy in your hand 3D printed without removing anything. Researchers say a gold tongue amulet was put inside the boy's mouth so that he could speak in the afterlife. I'm Ed Donahue

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Mollie Hemingway and Hugh Discuss the Gender Issue

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Mollie Hemingway and Hugh Discuss the Gender Issue

"Well, last night, they began to tell me about a runway show that they had just read about where one of the models was either a very young teen or maybe even prepubescent, who had had the double mastectomy and the transgender fluidity issue. And I said, stop. I don't want to hear about this. I don't cover it on the radio, and by the way, parents, if you've got kids in the back of the car, because it's one of those issues that will get people to turn off the radio. And I'm not here to get to drive listeners away. So I'm not here to talk about often the issues associated with that. But boy, when the Turkish Syrian earthquake comes in, all that stuff goes out the window, Molly, and it suggests to me what Lincoln said, if you drive natural law at the front door, it will come in the back door immediately. Yes, that's true. I worry that we have done so much damage to so many people that should disaster strikes say here in the United States that we would not have we would have just messed up so many people and so trained people away from where they should be that it would make it much more difficult to survive or thrive.

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Boy who shot teacher allegedly tried to choke another

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Boy who shot teacher allegedly tried to choke another

"An attorney representing a Virginia teacher who was shot by a student alleges administrators failed to act as spite violence against students, teachers, and staff. I Norman hall. According to a court filing, the 6 year old boy who shot and wounded its first grade teacher cursed staff and teachers tried to whip students with a belt and once choked another teacher, the incidents are described in a litigation notice sent to the Newport News school district by the lawyer representing wounded teacher Abbey zorner. The notice claims the boy slams Warner's cell phone breaking it. He was given a one day suspension, zorner was shot the day he returned. I Norman hall

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Could We Have Brought the Balloon Down on Land? Mike Pompeo Weighs In

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Could We Have Brought the Balloon Down on Land? Mike Pompeo Weighs In

"Was on in the congressman Montana just told me the balloon went over something called petroleum county, which has fewer people in it than Congress does have members. As a CIA director and as a former veteran of the army, do you think we could have brought that down safely in the United States somewhere? I do think we could have. I don't think that was a logical response to say. Josh, we're going to take it down, but we're going to let it drift over important assets. It's always a risk reward tradeoff that never give it a lot of time talking about risk-taking, right? So it may be the case that they thought boy, the debris field might hit a building or hit of Caribou. I don't know. And they were worried about it. But the risk associated with that was very significant. I do not see how you could make that risk tradeoff between parsley, populated real estate in Montana and the rest of the Chinese Communist Party will be able to collect against support military assets inside the United States.

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Is Manhood Under Assault? Steve Bannon Shares His Thoughts

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 4 d ago

Is Manhood Under Assault? Steve Bannon Shares His Thoughts

"Masculinity is manhood under assault in western civilization. Well, there's no doubt the father of the Catholic Church is teaching now to go basically against the father, whether it's the liberal, the progressive part of the Catholic Church, all civilization is focused on getting the father out of people's lives and we've seen this the results of that in young boys in the crisis we have and it's difficult. It's difficult to raise boys in this modern world. And you've seen the focus on taking men out of boys lives and I also think that there's on the reverse, I think there is a cartoonish what Hollywood and the left have put up is a cartoonist cartoonish version of manhood, kind of the superhero comic book Rambo type of manhood, which is not to me what masculinity is not, right? It's a much more complicated and you know it when you see it, but I think they put in a version that also takes these young boys that are essentially fatherless and let them look up to an ideal that truly not not real and not productive and not healthy.

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I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 5 d ago

I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...

"I hope that people go to jail over the Hunter Biden laptop. Just kind of funny the two tier system because, you know, if somebody on the Trump side had a fraction of what Hunter Biden has had in the documents that have been revealed from a laptop, I mean, they'll be buried. I mean, Donald Trump haven't done half of what Hunter Biden has done. But I don't care if he's a president or not. The fact of it, the fact of the matter is he has relationship with the current president. But your boy Hunter Biden had done way worse stuff. And everybody just acting like it didn't matter. I saw some, I saw some stuff that came from another laptop somewhere. I don't know what it is. I saw it on the Internet, somebody was putting it out there. I mean, this dude is like such a degenerate. He's literally got prostitutes with these women that look like prostitutes. He sniffing cocaine off their naked bodies. And for some of y'all who ain't saved that sound like a good time. But in reality, you are a degenerate person. And your daddy's the president of the United States. It's like, you know, it's like on a smaller level, it's like the embarrassment that your son would bring to you if he's getting suspended from school and you're the president. I mean, you're the principal at the school.

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Have Conservatives Been Made to Care More About Feelings Than Sense?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 5 d ago

Have Conservatives Been Made to Care More About Feelings Than Sense?

"And Tracy are phone screener just had made a great point about all of these people well, I love Trump and I like to share this more because Trump is mean and he's calling desantis names as Tracy pointed out we have been inundated by the left telling us all about everybody's feelings for years. It's all about feelings. It's never about facts. It's never about logic. It's about how you feel. You feel a certain way? That's how you are. You identify a certain way? That's how you are. It's how you feel. If you feel that trumps everything else, okay? Could it be? That we've become so conditioned to put in our feelings ahead of common sense. That that's causing people to say, well, I don't like Trump calling drug desantis names. I don't think he's being such a meanie and poor Ron to say, listen, first of all, ren desantis is a tough guy. He's a big boy. He can take criticism from the guy who very well may be his political rival. Trump sees desantis and all the Republicans who are considering running. Including Nikki Haley as political rivals.

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DOJ Searches Joe Biden's Delaware Home

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 6 d ago

DOJ Searches Joe Biden's Delaware Home

"Now on the Mike Gallagher show. The FBI is currently searching President Biden's Delaware vacation home for classified documents. They are in Rehoboth beach Delaware, his legal team had said that they had searched the Rehoboth beach home and found no mishandled papers, however, similar assurances had been given about Biden's Wilmington home before they found more records there on January 20th, so right now the FBI is on the premises, searching Biden's Rehoboth beach, Delaware home. Boy, what a absolute dilemma this has to be. For Trump haters. On the one hand, they want to use the mishandling of classified documents as a way to hoist Trump on his own petard. As they say, so what are you going to say about grandpa Joe? And he's got him apparently spread out all over the country. His Wilmington home, Robin beach, the Penn Biden center. I mean, this guy is a veritable cornucopia of mishandled classified documents. So I guess you got to turn the page on that one, right? Trump gets vindicated yet again.

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Joe Silva and Joe Pellegrino Describe 'Blessing Day'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last week

Joe Silva and Joe Pellegrino Describe 'Blessing Day'

"Talking to two friends Joe Silva and Joe Pellegrino and they are affiliated with legacy minded men, the website is legacy minded men dot org. We need more of what you guys are doing and I'm proud of both of you for stepping up in this way because the hunger out there among men, those who maybe are deep in their faith and others who are kind of like, oh, I'm not so sure we all know that we need something. There's an attack on manhood in the world as an attack on what it is to be a woman in the world and God calls us as men to step up. So the website is legacy minded men dot org. I want to ask you guys about this initiative. You started called blessing day. I know you're launching that like this week or very soon. What is blessing day? Well, the blessing day is something that we believe is missing in the church today. You know, our Jewish friends have for years been doing the bomb mitzvah at 13 years old, you know, getting their kids their boys and their girls for the bob mitzvah to basically understand that they are now an adult. Now, here's what I believe. I believe that you become a man when you start accepting responsibility for your life. And I believe that in order for you to accept responsibility for your life, you need to understand who you are, why you are and who you are. And those words of affirmation coming from a man, a father, a grandfather, or a mentor, are essential for the growth of a young man, as well as a young woman. So what we've conceived of is going back to this concept of the blessing. And we've teamed up with John Trent, who wrote the book, the blessing, which is, you know, printed over 2 million books in the last 25 years and we've teamed up to do the blessing day. What's the blessing day? It's not a specific day. So it's not going to be February 15th or may 15th. It's a day that you pick your church picks, your men's group picks your family picks to use that day to not only bless your children, your grandchildren and your mentees, but do it in a memorialized fashion on video so that they always have your face to look into as you're being blessed as they're being blessed so that when they go down a wayward path, they can always look into your eyes. If

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How Are We Still Blaming White People in Memphis?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 min | Last week

How Are We Still Blaming White People in Memphis?

"All right, let me get back to the subject at hand. Your boy DLS, schmidly. And these black leaders, I mean, like, I'm just a methodically go through my life, and I'm not going to tell every story, but I'm just going to give you a summary. If I look back over my life, and I look at the things that were detrimental to my success and my future, it was because of black people. It wasn't because of white people. It was because of black people. In the crazy thing is, is that nowadays, instead of taking responsibility for the actions of your people, people love to divert to white the white man. And it's Memphis situation. You know, you can go across the country, but it is Memphis situation. The chief is black. The officers involved are black. The victim is black. And they still blame white people. You know, enough is enough.

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D.C. Area Schools Refuse to Listen to Parents on Trans Issues

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last week

D.C. Area Schools Refuse to Listen to Parents on Trans Issues

"I mentioned earlier I'm the morning show host on wmma in Washington D.C. I've got two great co hosts Julie gunlock and Patrice on wicca they both work with independent women's forum We focus a lot on parenting issues We focus a lot on issues that women care about Actually as well because it's a morning show And a lot of times it's mom getting ready And getting the kids to school And as the public schools in the Virginia Maryland D.C. area had been adopting these transgender rights Rules Policies The conversation always seems to go the same way And that is as soon as parents start to object And when parents say hold on a year to tell me that a boy identifying as a girl is allowed to go into the girl's locker room go into the girls restroom my daughter is shy She's 13 years old She's never been around boys It is a situation like that She doesn't want to be confronted with that she shouldn't have to be confronted with that She doesn't want to see a naked boy for the first time in the locker room Of her school This is wrong The response usually is that you're a bigot That you don't understand That you don't deserve to voice such concerns That if there is a problem and if your daughter has the problem your daughter needs to seek therapy or some kind of sensitivity training or counseling And if you try to press the issue we've reached the point now where this is well beyond just pronouns And access to a bathroom there is now legislation in place and there are policies in place even without that legislation in some places

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How Ami Horowitz Got Into the Business of 'Gonzo Journalism'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | Last week

How Ami Horowitz Got Into the Business of 'Gonzo Journalism'

"Let's start at the beginning army for those who haven't caught our previous discussions here in America first. How did you get into the business of gonzo journalism? You know, it started with, I used to be an investment banker. I don't embarrass. And those kind of odd, what investment bank would hire ami Horowitz? I know it's weird. Wild, wacky stuff. What can I tell you? I worked on Lehman Brothers. So that goes to show you what they know. And one day I was actually watching a Michael Moore film bowling for Columbine and first I have seen it before. What were your politics at this point? What were you a politics army? Similar as today. My mother and my father raised me as a very serious patriot to always love this country and always defend the values of this country. That had never changed. But when I was watching this movie, boys were called by by Michael Moore, I was thinking about the United Nations and how screwed up the UN is, how it's really failed its mission around the world to protect people. And I was thinking, how do I get this message across? I was just kind of thinking about it and obsessing about it. And I looked over at the screen, I saw Michael Moore's movie as different as his politics are for mine. I realized that this was a very, very good medium. This idea of a dark documentary, a comically dark documentary, shot on location, where you can expose a particular issue. And I thought, this is my mission in life. I literally, this is a Saturday night. One day I quit my job, said, and I said, I'm going to raise money and make this movie raise several $1 million. We made this movie shot her around the world and it was a success. It was in 40 theaters around the country. And what was your background in making movies, army? I saw a bunch of movies. Does that count?

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Senator Josh Hawley Talks Foreign Policy Threats

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last week

Senator Josh Hawley Talks Foreign Policy Threats

"Let's play cut 36. Raytheon CEO says Ukraine is depleted. The weapon stocks faster than expected boy. This is a gift to the weapons manufacturers. They're going to have record profits. I'm not telling anybody what stocks to buy. But if you were to buy Northrop Grumman or Lockheed Martin or Raytheon, I can't imagine you'll do poorly even in a recession. Play cut 36. So as we think about all of the weapons that have been delivered to Ukraine have come out of, I would say, current inventory. We're not building any of those replenishing any of those today, although we're working on it. The fact is we are drawing down weapon stocks much faster, and I think I said this last week, we've gone through in the first ten months of the war 5 years worth of production on javelin anti tank missiles, and we've gone through 13 years worth of stinger production. So it's going to take us some time to catch up. I mean, it's great for business, obviously, for Raytheon, senator, but that's not good for our national security. No, it's terrible for our national security, but it's really terrible for us. Is our effort and our desperate need, Charlie, to deter China. If you think about our foreign policy threats here, where is our greatest foreign policy threat? It is an imperialist China that wants to dominate our supply chains that wants to shut down our ability to trade on fair terms that wants to steal our jobs and steal our technology. What are we doing to counter that? Basically nothing. And what China sees right now is the Americans are completely tied down in Europe. The Americans are spending all of this money and using all of their munitions on Ukraine in this proxy war with Russia and therefore the Chinese are concluding, they can run rampant in Asia. They can continue their efforts at imperial domination, Taiwan will be next and why do we care about any of that? Well, because it's about our security and prosperity. I mean, if you take the supply chain crunch as a problem now, wait until China invades Taiwan and shuts down our shipping lanes, wait until they kick us out of our trade routes in the Pacific, which is what they want to do.

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Dennis and Caller Dean Discuss the Nuances of 'All' and 'Hate'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:00 min | Last week

Dennis and Caller Dean Discuss the Nuances of 'All' and 'Hate'

"Okay, Simi Valley, California, dean, hello dean. Hey, Dennis, how are you? I'm really well. Thank you. Thank you. I am a big supporter. You and I are often like minded, and I just wanted to hopefully share something to help you. So that your distractors don't give you grief. A couple of segments ago you talked about whenever you use the word all, it means you're a hater and I often hear you say all leftists do this and all left us do that and I didn't want them to have that ammunition. Oh, they can have it. I hate all of this. If you're the leftist is an idea. I hate all Nazis. I hate all communists. I hate old fascists. The left remember, I always make a distinction between left and liberal. I mean, if you believe that the United States is systemically racist, if you believe that it is a good thing that we remove religion from American life like they just did in England with the London school of economics, they no longer have a Christmas break or an Easter break. And et cetera, if you think that. It is a good thing to have girls healthy breast cut off when they're 18 years of age, if they say they're a boy, I really hate you. I admit it. Tell me a leftist position that makes you unworthy of being hated, as opposed to a liberal position. I don't hate all liberals. A lot of liberals are wonderful people they're naive, and that's inexcusable in an adult, but I don't hate them. So hating an idea is not the same as hating a race or an ethnicity or a nationality. I'm with you. You know what, I stand corrected. I actually think I would be appreciating labeled a hater if what I hate is left this concept. Yes. If you hate evil, you're a good man.

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Dr. Robert Malone Tried to Warn Us...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | Last week

Dr. Robert Malone Tried to Warn Us...

"Us now is doctor Robert Malone to his great credit. His wisdom is clairvoyance and his courage tried to warn us. If there was a T-shirt that somebody earned, it would be doctor Robert Malone walking around with a T-shirt that said, I tried to warn you and boy did he try to warn us. Doctor Robert Malone, welcome back to the program. Generally, it's always my pleasure. Anytime you want me on, you just have to whistle. Thank you. Well, we whistled early this morning and you said yes, doctor Malone, let me get your immediate reaction to the Pfizer video that came out last week. What's your reaction? Well, I think you probably saw it. It was appended to the video. They showed me the embargoed version and then immediately got my reactions, which were basically shock. Shock almost more at the cavalier attitude of the young physician and his complete lack of empathy and is smiling, joking, casualness about revealing the corruption of the government completely. The corruption of regulatory affairs, the casual approach towards gain of function research or directed evolution. I put out a substack in which I got the government's assessment of what is gain of function research and what they've been doing absolutely qualifies. But for me, the thing that was most stunning was just the casual attitude about something that has caused such huge, huge death and destruction all over the world.

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Don't Complicate, Comply

The Officer Tatum Show

01:17 min | Last week

Don't Complicate, Comply

"I was getting in my feelings about this Memphis police situation, I just get upset when I see police chiefs throw their people under the bus without proper balance perspective. You know, like, why can't you say my officers were wrong? And the guy was wrong as well. Why can't why can't why can't we do both? Why can't we chew and walk two gun and walk at the same time? Why can't we really care about the community, then you need to start making it a point to tell people, stop resisting arrest. Stop playing courts, curbside courtroom. You don't love these people like you say if you are afraid to tell them the truth, this boy would be alive today if he didn't he didn't take his butt and start running from the police and fighting him. He would be alive today. Rodney King when it got his ass she butt kicked if he would have been taking him on a high speed chase. Can somebody explain this to me? How is it this hard? Do what they tell you to do. It ain't that hard. It's very simple. Two plus two is four. You don't need to make it complicated.

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Caller: What Does Police Recruitment Look Like in the Future?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

Caller: What Does Police Recruitment Look Like in the Future?

"Just to touch base on Tyrone Nichols that awful awful case attorney Nichols. Unfortunately, my fear is that these guys, they don't have much time on these officers. And I think one of the first text messages or maybe voicemails you played with a guy talked about recruitment and lowering standards. That's my fear that 20 years from now, Derek Chauvin and guys like this could be the best guy on your department because the Boy Scouts and girl scouts don't want to do this job anymore when people are calling for their heads or to defund them. Officer suicide rates are up. Alcoholism rates are up divorce rates are up and so it's a spiritual and a heart issue. I was struck when the mom called from Cincinnati and said my son, 18 years old, I'm always shocked at that because Dave, I keep wondering who wants to be a police officer considering what these men and women are up against. Right, right. And that is that is a scary thing. And so. You have to. You can't lower the standards. There's going to be a time where all police departments are short on staff right now. Right.

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"boy" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"Would do anything they do that. You'll hey i guess right right but it's okay we can talk meghan. george jefferson. Who feels that. He basically grew up on his own and felt completely disconnected. This is also what this is about is about disconnection from from parents because they had to work so much. I have this empty spot in my life. My soul is satisfied. Some reason i feel lonely. My parents have provided from me. Well very well but i felt that they love me and i haven't loved them back sadly to say i don't feel comfortable talking with my parents because of the distance that we have with each other i bottle up my feelings have all this anger and i need to punch things get to get rid of it all violent all over and sometimes it gets so angry that i have to wake up streaming into my pillow. It's just that intense. I don't talk to anyone about it because it makes me seem wreak i invent in dealing with it for the most part the anger. I feel that i can't change myself. Played me for so long. I am always straighten for a change in myself to satisfy my soul. That might be part of my feeling of loneliness whole idea of trying to get this change in me to find affection and it passes a very painful for other people as well. You're talking about your emptiness that you feel inside. This is the boy code. This is what we tell boys that they can express their feelings. They have to stand on their own two feet and then what comes out his anger and what's inside is kind of sadness or kind of hollowness right from the beginning talk about in. My parents have told me. Occasionally that When i was younger than i shouldn't cry boyzone. Cry The things that you said before. But they haven't raised me much. And i guess i didn't get too much of that. It's partially language barrier or close but one night. But i was raised by a lot of other people. And i feel that i've gotten a lot of life experience from it and expressing. My emotions is something that i'm dealing with. Now i'm i've always been lonely. Always felt a little lonely. And i guess i can't talk to a group of people but i can talk on one to one basis with someone. Can you explain. Because i don't know if i've ever felt that and i've heard a lot of ways on this show and on previous shows we've done the doctor pollock and some of you today even describe waking up to this feeling of raves. That you need to punch your your pillow but is that it's something innate something in you you have all these things that happen all day and it just builds up inside of you. There are the factors. You don't want to admit to it. You don't want to seem we to other people but it just stays in you and i'm not being mad at a particular thing or angry about a particular sometimes. It's a particular thing i can't change. Why can i change. Data tau or. I'm just mad at everything today. This is chris a cheerleader. He is struggling to overcome of violent past growing up. My father was abusive to me. My sister and my mother and my father used to without nellis to us because whatever it was very hard time for me at first because as always kind of scared of waiting for that next hit with the belton next reaction to something i did and as i got older and bigger and stronger i was able to defend myself in. Just come back him. Wherever i could. I used to take people and objects at the house. I i can remember. Times are kicked door down the basement. And as i got older i realized that that's not why when i do. My father. price started his abusiveness young age because his father was abusive decided to try. And break that cycle and my life. You still rage not really. I've learned to talk things out. My mom was really great. That i think chris boy hero her about the particular abuse and abuses a real issue but boys are treated violently or seen as being found all across america. And you're trying to make a change in your life that's being a real boy is about. I mean that's what being a real heroes about not taking out a gun not fighting somebody but making it stop right here. Make a difference and telling society no. I won't let you shut me down. I'm gonna talk about my feelings. No i won't hide how i feel inside. I won't be afraid to be vulnerable. I won't be half a person. I'm going to be the guy that can express how he feels. Two boys two girls. Two men two women really trying to make a change but does everyone except that you know most people around me. The are now like joey and all my friends and everybody that i do hang out with. They do accept that they know that. That's what i'm about. I'm about somebody that likes to share their feelings and his vocal about their feelings. They they're not. I'm not afraid to cry in front of other people. And it's it's just a boundary that i set up that there's no limits for me. I'll i'll be myself but we were talking earlier about how this happened as you were saying. Guys go to school or kids pull out. Ak47's and everybody's now like oh. How did this happen. How did this happen as christmas. Saying it's not just you know. A lot of people didn't say to their boys. Don't cry verbally a lot but every single thing in society tells you as a young man as a boy that you're supposed to repress your feelings and not be who you really are. I mean look look at television commercials. Look at all the ads. Look at everything that you see in the world that reflects back what being a boy. Or a man is about your. Hey price you know. Fighting fighting being strong being macho and the worst thing in the world is doing anything vulnerable occurring. That's called being feminine or you call being gay bullying aware. Yeah dr pollack says some boys live in constant fear that they're not masculine enough. This is jeff who says he felt like an outcast until he lost his virginity by. Ron always talked about sex. Always ask if you had sex four ball. I do wanna have sex. Because i didn't want people think i was a virgin. I want the. i don't want it to lie about it anymore. Everyone looked at it as like disdain. These wanted to get rid of. And i remember being up at night. One nine like one o'clock. And i can go to sleep. And i was just thinking that like my ever going to have relation my ever gonna lose my jan. Everyone give you like high fives. If you did eh wouldn't be made fun of anymore. It was like a trophy. If you're gonna take girls for jimmy you're the first person to have sex. that girl. He broke her forbidden barrier. That tall guys the big dam. And so i was really pressured in deland. I kind of thought that. If i didn't have sex. And they think.

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"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"And how we tell boys that you need to be a certain way with girls. How about we teach them that you show up with kindness with respect with an open mind and an open heart? And if you'd somebody needs darn door open or damn door. Open the damn door. That's really what this is all about anyway. For everybody, let everybody be fully human show up as who they are without these preconceived notions and historical expectations piled on top of them. Open the damn door. Open the damn door, like just walk through it, open the damn door allow that 5 year old to be who they are. I think you so much for joining us today. I see this whole conversation all three of us have just been nodding our heads up and down up and down. I'd say we're all in agreement here. And I imagine our listeners are also nodding their heads up and down. Well, I have to tell you this has been such a thrill for me, honestly. I adore the two of you. I love the podcast. It has impacted my life as a parent. So profoundly, I just, my book thrivers just came in the mail from last weeks. Michelle bourbon. Yes. I mean, honestly, you two have made me realize that I am not in this alone. She made us go silent, you guys, and you know how rare that is. So all the boy mama's out there, let this wash over you, feel your power. Know that you're not alone. We are all surrounding you. We are all working together and together we can lift up our boys and our girls and work towards open.

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05:11 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"And so we all need to be aware of that and yet I want to bring it back to, I love that you were in this meeting with, you know, the special Ed person and all the people gathered around to support your son. And that you were able to say that and able to call that out. It reminds me of when my youngest was in kindergarten. So this kindergarten teacher was at the end of her 30 year career. And she was kind of a battle axe. Let's just say. But it was obvious that she did not like boys to the point that on Friday end of the week, the girls got a special treat. No. I was living. And I went to the principal and I said, you know, happening, what are you going to do about it? And he kind of just threw up his hands. Like, there's nothing I can think about it. Well, I did something about it, and I took my kid out of the class and homeschooled her the rest of the year. But the damage was done. For these boys and the girls. Well, and that's the thing, too, right? I mean, as you said, Jen, I'm a girl. I know what it's like to have not been able to play sports after a certain age when I was little because they only had like little league and boys played, right? I am a girl. I know the struggles. I have struggled. There have been opportunities that I have not been able to have because I am a woman. I have literally in my career as a television news ape or been told to not be so much, right? To tone it down a bit. I have such a big personality and I'm overshadowing my male co anchor. These were things that I was told over and over and over again. I am very aware. Of what it is like to be a woman and what it is like to be held back based on my gender. I support everything that has been done for girls. They continues to be done for girls. Because we may have equality, but we do not have equity. We will never be on the same level. If we do not have equity and equality. So I am a champion for what still needs to happen for girls and for women. My question is, as we raise girls up, why are we allowing boys to fall? We need to also raise boys up while we continue to raise girls up because as much as we want to believe that the future is female. What kind of message does that send to our sons? Absolutely. So don't get me wrong in that everything that's happened for girls needed to happen and must continue to happen. Especially when we look outside of the United States and we look at Afghanistan. And what's happening there?.

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"A lot of the girls, they mature faster. And I think they mature faster on every level. Yes. Yeah, yeah. And this is back to what you were saying in the beginning back circling back to kindergarten and first grade. And that boys are on a different developmental trajectory than girls. And along with that, we've pushed down academics and that expectation. So for that first grade boy, it's like the perfect storm because he is not ready to sit still. Listen and learn. And yet that's the expectation from the female teacher from the academic aspect of school. We're making our boys wrong. We're making them bad because he can't do this thing that we've put on him from the outside. These unrealistic expectations. And that different developmental trajectory follows right through to your son at 13 who's clueless about girls. Yeah. Totally developmentally normal. 13 year old boy. But you've got a 13 year old boy, navigating totally normal, 12, 13, 14 year old girls who are starting to be interested in the voice. And so then therefore, we have had conversations about consent. Our oldest child in particular. He's so not there, but we're having these conversations with him. And it's not just consent sexually. I mean, he's 13. We're not going onto that path. But it's more like even consent about, you know what? You don't get to go up to someone, you know, and just grab them if they don't want to, right? And those are conversations we've had with our youngest as well. And even the other day I heard they were upstairs playing and all of a sudden I heard my name is gold. I don't consent. Well done, mama, Joel time. Thank God through somehow. I did. It was actually kind of funny, but I was like, okay, and he's using it in the right context. Yes. Like grabbing him and he didn't like it. You know? But I think getting back to it, you know, talking to my 13 year old about consent and what that means even in a sexual manner because girls do mature at a faster level and because I think within our society that at this age, the boys are looked at as the aggressors as predatory. They're looked at as they can't control themselves. Yeah, right? Yeah. So, so therefore, your girl is in danger. If she around, you know, a boy. And so we've had all of these conversations. And it hit me the other day that I was like, so I'm sure that parents of girls are talking to their daughters about consent. And what that means and what that looks like. But I wonder if they're talking to them about you also need to ask for consent. Good point. Don't have the.

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"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"And I was like, this isn't okay. And we as moms because I don't we have to stand up. I don't dads can't. I mean, let's be honest, right? Because Jen, just the things that you said about the me too movement and all of those things, men can't stand up and say, my boys being treated poorly. I would go over well. You believe that moms are need to stand up and be the voices of that. And I remember even when, you know, with my youngest when we were going back and forth about whether we should put him on medication or not. And we had this big meeting at the school. And it was really at that point not about him being on medicine, but it was about just behavior and how we're working together, so it was the principle. The teacher, the art therapist with him to school counselor, you know, and my husband and myself. There was this moment where there was such pushback from one of the individuals that I finally looked at them and I said, I am not going to medicate my child to make your job easier. I'm just not. Like, this is going to figure out what's best for my child. We get to that point we get to that point. And we did. And I'm glad that we did it's been the best thing for our child. But in that conversation, there was so much about his behavior and about, you know, his aggression and the words that were used about him. It is interesting because that observation that after a certain point, boys kind of go from being cute to being they could hurt us a potential predator and we know, you know, statistically, this is even more true for boys of color for black boys for Brown boys. And you hear it all the time in the language. Aggression versus energy. That's a huge difference. And that is where the bias slips in because our words influence our thoughts and vice versa and all of that affects how we treat these vulnerable human beings in front of us. We're still talking about a 9 year old child. Well, and I even see it in middle school. I mean, if my oldest. And I'll tell you what. My oldest is clueless to a lot of things when it comes to boys and girls, you know, right? I mean, he is just not at that point where he, he's never had a crush on a girl. He's just not, he's not there. That's not the case for the majority of the girls. And so here, my oldest, he just turned 13 and May, he's taller than I am. The kid wears a size 13 shoe. He's a big kid. He's a gentle giant, but he's a big kid. So just out in the world, I see how people look at him. But yet, you know, getting back to the girls and his age and his.

Jen
"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"You know, I started noticing a difference really when it was kind of became more school age. And not really preschool because I never really noticed real differences in how the kids were were treated or seen. Gender kind of doesn't seem to manifest at least in my experience. Once they got, I would say for me like first grade ish, maybe with both my kids. And all of a sudden what I noticed was if my boy my oldest at the time was not being aggressive, but just, you know, you've raised boys, Jen. I mean, they're physical. Just physical. So they're physical on the playground. They're rough, right? And they were being called out for being like this. And I was like, why is he being in trouble? I mean, my one son missed a week of recess in the first grade. No. I mean, are you kidding? And for playing tag too rough and but yet the girls who were involved did not miss recess. And that's when I was like, well, wow, wow, wait a minute. What's going on here? And then I saw a kind of a similar pattern with my with my youngest. And as I mentioned, my youngest was ADHD, not diagnosed until he was in second grade, had a really rough first grade here. Did have some behavior issues. I mean, would be impulsive what would talk out. But he was starting to be to really be labeled. As a bad kid, as disruptive. And I was like, he's not. I mean, and there was this moment where I just was like enough. Enough. Because these boys are being put into these boxes of how they're supposed to be and how they're supposed to behave, yet I noticed that girls were allowed more fluidity. And which is wonderful, which is great. I mean, which is I'm a girl. It's amazing. And I'm so happy for girls that they're allowed this fluidity to be rough and tumble to be sweet to be all of these things. And I think we're still struggling with that with our boys. Yeah. And I mean, you are singing my tune here. I was a teacher. And that's why I do the work I do today because of what I saw in education around boys. And, you know, I will admit, I didn't know that much about boys when I had this first class of boys back in 1995. Well, first of all, our boys totally, you know what's going on? Your son in first grade totally knew that the girls didn't get in trouble the way he got in trouble. And so that sets up this interaction that's already a little bit defensive or a little bit like why wouldn't you be angry if you were 7 years old and the girls are not getting in trouble for what you got in trouble for. So that whole piece we need to think about. But the other piece of it is the teachers are female. The teachers don't get boys. Many of them. And most elementary school teachers are female..

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"If we don't stand up for our boys, no one else will. That's what today's guest told me a few weeks ago when I interviewed her for my next book. Like me, demagogue is a boy mom. And Gemma, the host of Idaho matters on Boise state public radio. She has two sons, ages 13 and 9, and like me, and I'm guessing a lot of you, she didn't really understand the challenges that boys face in the world until she had sons. Now, she believes that moms of boys need to advocate on their behalf. Welcome, Gemma. Oh, thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be talking to the two of you. A little bit of background for our listeners. We have all connected separately, but not all three of us together in the past. Gemma was part of the documentary that I was in a couple of years ago about raising boys and we connected about that. And then Janet, you were on jama show. Small world. I love how this circle's back together. And of course, we'll put all those links in the show notes. And I have to tell the two of you, I'm not kidding you. When I found your podcast, it was a godsend. And one of the most profound things happened when you had the ADHD dude on? Ryan wexel black. We love him. So we were at the time, my youngest had been diagnosed with ADHD. And we were going through the process and we were quite hesitant to put him on medication. Sure. That's a big decision. Yes. Never forget when Ryan was on. And he made a comment that was basically saying, you know, why not? If you're at this point, it's better for them. And it was, I mean, he said it much better than I did. But it was so profound that it also gave me permission. I think, to say, you know what? This is okay to try. Yeah. Life has been exponentially better. Oh, good. We will definitely share that with Ryan. Yeah. And I love that's why we do this podcast because like you and like so many of our listeners, I didn't realize that these things that I was dealing with in my own home with my boys in my family, so many other people were also dealing with. Like, when did you in your parenting journey? When did you first realize that boys need help? There are some issues here. Oh, wow..

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"boy" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And and he taught me so many things. I just remember how you know. When i was struggling left left-hand pitching. I remember him teaching me. Holler like hit the ball the other way and how to get deeper. And in about a spokeswoman wanna stolen hard and get up in about a spokesman one storm also meet pitches so you'd be able to catch him so it may such a difference in you know me becoming a better hitter against left hand pissing understanding who i was facing so he. He was always there to help guide and teach the younger players and it was. It was incredible before to be how someone like that around you. That has such great Knowledge about the gang watching the dock. it the documentary reminded me of the absolute beauty of dwight. Gooden delivery back at that time. And it's funny. You see you see different players and old Highlights and you think for the most part more than those guys were you know. They weren't as good athletes as we see today. But like i watch. Ron good pitch from nine hundred seventy like that. Guy was a phenomenal athlete and dwight gooden with that delivery. Unbelievable what you remember about the first time. He saw him throw. While you know the kids. Nineteen years old. You know for spring training nineteen years old. And and you'll have such great command employs on when i say great command. He had great command breaking ball. He thought at anytime and he can pinpoint his fastball. You know inside outside Wherever he needed to throw at you know he could throw it. And when i saw that and realized that he was probably going to be a big league we knew from there that the organization was moving into right direction because now they were starting to develop a younger players and i think that was the greatest gift of the mets organization when i when i came up in eighty three in all doc and eighty four star seeing or development of young players coming to the big leagues i. I knew dan that we were a very special as a team. Because we had young talent blended in with some of the players. You know that was all that had been in a big lease. It had great experience in that. Were being to help us and moda show us to play at that level. What was your relationship with. Gary carter keith. Hernandez talked about him before. He joined the mets as being one of the most disliked players in the league because the perception he was would seek out cameras. What was your relationship though with him. Once you got the same clubhouse. I had a great relationship with carter. I thought very highly of him. I knew he was a phenomenal player. All those years. He played with montreal. But i really quite understand how great he was until he came over with us and demand he was. It was so different. You know such an example of what a man supposed to be like how you supposed to live your life how you spoke Love playing baseball. But you know he love this face above gaden about this ameri. No and we didn't see a lot of that when i first came to the big leagues. I saw that in him. I saw him. You know close to his family his wife and his kids in his faith and he just never struck me as anyone. That was mad or angry with anybody. He was always a happy person. I was like there's no way. How could you be that happy. You know and i just realized that gary was gary we live a free life. You know he. He wasn't consumed with any earthly things. He wasn't consumed but the fame You know. I think people thought he were more crazy about the cameras. Yeah he'd leica cameras because he was happy you know and i realized that that's why he liked the cameras because he was a happy person you wanted to express itself to people and show people that life is really happy is not all you know that we all make it to be and baseball. Wears a lot of pressure. I didn't see gary play with crash. I saw him play with joy. It's funny you say that straw might try is you know is now considered to be the best player in baseball and a lot of people in my field will complain to me. And they'll say boy. Trout is really boring. And i always say he's not boring. He's happy about it. He just loves to play right corner. That was kid. Kids just love to play. He showed up every day and.

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Or s or estimations. Because like i. I think i remember Telephone my own brain I like skated up to score a goal and scored the goal and she was like super happy for me. And i was like wait. That's weird you're the goalie like why would you be happy for me. And then all of a sudden she likes are taking her pads often. I was like oh my gosh. This is my eleven years old at this point the goalie innuendo to and oh yeah right. Fr- i never even. I never even thought about that until you just said that. It's actually very funny And she has. She started taking the pads off. And i remember. Just like being like whoa. You're like fully naked in front me right now. This is pretty cool and It didn't take much. It took just like literally like a touch on the shoulder to make it happen and that was probably the the that was the experience that i had A touch on the shoulder. Ooh do okay but you should see in. This whole issue is just like my like. What's the blonde one she liked takes off the helmet and shakes her. Oh julie the cat. Yeah yeah julie. The cat right right house new and i. I don't know if i feel super comfortable sharing like i wet dream story publicly but I mean that's the truth. So i can't like why would i feel embarrassed about it too late on our umbro now and it's only because i i don't think about it often but like i remember it. It's like definitely ingrained in my brain as like. It's a core memory. You know what i mean. So it's like. I definitely remember it. Vividly I have maybe like when i was like fourteen or sixteen years later. I wish i could replicate it I think that's kind of like maybe like a normal guy thing to want but like it never happened so it is what it is. But you know dean. I love how open you are others. I'm smiling from ear to ear. I think it's so entertaining. Well now you just tell us the age that you were when you when you lost it might virginity. Yeah oh. I was probably fifteen or sixteen. Yeah i i so surely funny. I remember my first wet dream vividly. But i don't remember losing virginity vividly. Because i was very drunk with of course it was my first girlfriend. Who did it for like year and a half gone. That's really what matters most yay we did it for a long time. She she was like the first person i ever was in. Love with blah blah blah blah blah but It was it was it was messy because of the fact that she had a boyfriend at the time and so it's not a really good way to like open your eyes to the world of sex and relationships like oh my god i'm essentially the mistress and this relationship like wow what a great way to enter into a sexual enlivened life. You know what i mean. You're the boy in this scenario Which is totally cool. Because we actually have two gentlemen from f boy island who are coming up on the podcast. One nice guy. One f boy casey. Who's the boy fernando. Who's the nice guy. And they're coming up.

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"That's like a thinking. a child. Seven eight i know especially. We're having a kid now. It's like when do we have to have this conversation god. Well if they fall in our footsteps we're fine at least twenty seven speaking of ashley. You seem to be feeling a lot better just from this conversation. We've had so far. This week has been a turning point. It's been sued at thank. God yeah i mean that's awesome. I only heard. We'll mostly heard through jared about how difficult it's been for you but yeah i mean it seems like things are going better definitely better. She's definitely better. She threw up this morning. But like even just. There's no more i don't want to say no more i don't want it but twenty four hour nausea doesn't seem to be happening anymore which is great. Yeah the th- ropes are kind of sudden like it'll be like thirty second warning and then it comes out and then i'm kind of like okay. Okay that was fun. The nice thing is the next time you not the next time but we can plan on throwing up again in seventeen years when you're little boy is potentially losing his virginity. You're going to be throwing up. Because i have a different reason. You know like a little upset maybe emotion. I didn't wanna think about that. Could you imagine walking in. Jared is going to deal with all of that all those conversations. Oh well yeah. Especially especially with that boy relate more be like. Hey this is what that does. And i know. It's kind of weird and you know but you'll learn. Yeah i mean. I i envy you guys a lot of ways but not at the same time i feel like those conversations have to kind of come easier for having a boy like oh i told jared last week. My is expecting a baby girl. Basically the same day he goes are expecting your boy and he is going to have a law..

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Obviously you'd be a nice guy but hypothetically speaking what if you go on season two and since the time has passed turned into an fbi. Because he got his ego stroked up. Being all i can think about is blake from bachelor in paradise like that would be it. You know what i mean like. If blake was on season one boy and he was a nice guy like horsemen and then he went back like he did on paradise he would have been an boy and nobody would have known it. You know nobody would have thought coming. I gotta i gotta say though. I think fernando's unique position because blake. I would probably put myself in. The same scenario is blake like. We're just like bland white dudes who like somehow fell into this realm of popularity fernando's been in in the world longtime. He's a frequent olympian. He's a doctor with multiple practices. Like this guy is no stranger to like having women. Just throw themselves at him. So that's kind of why. I think it'd be a little bit different for fernando and i don't wanna put any words in your mouth chorus but like that's kind of how i perceive fernando's definitely more of a catch than you and blake. I totally agree staff offer now. Fernando how did it feel being the only guy who had a real job in the house. Because that's what i noticed. I noticed that too very quickly especially whipped type of combos in things said on camera. You guys you have a life after this. Oh you don't just go back to the job abbott license. Like i gotta be careful but also hold myself who i truly am and so just being there always has been my flow things that i said things that i did. Of course. I wanna make my mom proud as well. Oh real nice gay or real nice guy. You really are it. Save all the people always on the show. You definitely handled yourself above and beyond anyone else that we saw. That's exactly what. I'm kinda rooting for the f. Boise's in to to be more like an f. Girl island i gotta say and making the guys more of like the bachelor you know. Fernando could be one of the bachelors or show. that's exactly where alonside is at. And i it. So i'm sure ashleigh Washes show. And i just wanna relive the final episode. Where you know. She's choosing oji. Jared energy jerry like steps back. Make his speech before he liked. Says he's going to put the money or not ceylan staring at each other like on. That was the the apex of the show pins and needles. Like i offer sure he was gonna be like i'm taking the money just garrett did but he he didn't end i i mean i haven't kept up to date on relationship status but i mean i still can't believe the ending was absolutely insane and fernanda to be part of that was i mean it must have been like life changing a lot of ways right it was. There were a lot of real emotions going through there. I was on my toes the entire time and i can see what he said to mckee after. I was eliminated in the final nation so the way he started as each. It was right on par with what he was telling us..

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Because my girlfriend and i lost his show in like religiously and weird way like they released them in segments or whatever In our opinion both minding my girlfriend's opinion. You were the most eligible bachelor out of all of it was it. Almost wasn't even a competition. Like you were like the guy right so like how has your life been affected by the show coming off of it. Now that it's fully aired knowledgeable shows fully air. The main thing that i noticed is that nobody's asking you about high ceilings and that was such a huge change for me. And i'm so i'm easy on easily able to express myself like i always thought i was cash out was always a good do but now i can just open up easier. I know tons of questions to ask to start delayed those body a lot better and it's really just made my interpersonal relationships lot better and it's definitely easier to just talk to anybody. Jet her the magic of working with the law gail. It'll do a lot for you at mit maturity life. So are you still in eligible bachelor. Currently i am. I'm back in los angeles. I am working and i'm just loving with me right now. Would you be open to going back on. F f boy island because they said that they're doing a season two. Oh absolutely i would definitely go back and show the right person you know that this is the best gives. I gotta say summarily. Because i heard before my wife dropped when you're talking to casey before this is talking about boy season two and i could have missed something so if i if i repeat something i apologize. I think what they should do. A for season two is bring back. Nice guys like fernando maybe a couple others and then those are the guys and then it's kinda like an f. girl island in a sense. I mean there's definitely no shortage of f. Girls i can bring back the known. Nice guy we bring back the nice guys that may be like. We're just shy of finding what they wanted to find in. Bring thirty girls and kind of see how uncles from there it. If i was alon which. I obviously can't even hold a candle. The guy that's kind of where my be at this point. I think i think. I think fernando. It'd be a a prime candidate for that role at in my opinion. Thank you i. I totally agree to. I do think that in my position was just a little And i was battling. Og jared m. He was making her so settled at time. And i was always a pieces. And i just felt like the connection that they had kind of disrupt connection is so now. If i had a chance that you know i'd be able to actually just see everything. Give everybody sher shah. Yeah that's actually a really good idea. In because what ashley. And i were thinking was insert. What they could do is bring on a new cast guys and girls but then bring back former cast members from season one like it could be fernando. It could be casey but it's still not known if like they come back. And it could be like casey could still be an f. boy or he could turn into a nice guy. Nobody knows or like fernando..

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"I suck at dating. Of course jared here. Ashleigh here dean. He might be here. We don't really know he sleeps. Shouldn't even allow him anymore. No that's not fair. We have great guest on from f boy island and we just had casey john. Now we have a nice guy. We have fernando titus fernando. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much for alameda. Garrity nasty. I appreciate it. And who isn't here with us today. We appreciate so. So fernando. I wanna talk about the casting process for by island like. Was it weird to be like no. I'm a nice guy or did did they. Put the label on you. Did you approach then throughout casting was like. Oh i'm not enough boy. I'm more of a nice guy us. Oh chassis process was pretty interesting. The whole time up until we actually got to set and delivered our electron. We didn't know what you're being casted for. What show you're being casted for. All it was it was like the weirdest thing like. I remember getting to the airport and just seen hallway. Should they were like yes. It's like fire festival bar to with what was going on. Even the first contract that we got which was a which was a hoax. He said lord of the bros. so like is going on in years but during casting. It was the typical questions that they probably asked you for going on a bachelor paradise Who you are what you do. What makes you eligible bachelor. What makes you different than the rest. How do you treat women in real life where you look for in things like that and i guess my answer just led me to be late being labeled as a nice guy so we didn't know that there was gonna be a nice guy like battle and when we got there and after we went through everything at the end of The initial interview. They just said hey. So your name is say. I'm a nice guy. And that's how i guess i'm a nice guy brennan question for you so for the. Ah i love it here in a nice guy for the app.

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"I think you're onto something. I think that would be awesome. Okay okay okay. But how are you going to prove that. You're now a nice guy that is good. That's a great question on my knees your help with that actually. How how am i going to prove. How does one prove that. They're a nice passionately. Probably like getting a girlfriend and being loyal to her for every time. You can't be a girlfriend going on the show. So i don't know then he then you're immediately enough boy immediately immediately. No i think that right. Now i just need to best basically on social media just portray. I really am a nice guy like were you guys shots or you already know. I was an effort colleagues. Aslo white evidence that you're an it was if it doesn't mean that at poise aren't nice. It just means that they are not good to date for your soul do dini. Babies is like the nicest guy ever but he may have been in his time. Okay i'll take that well. I'm working on it every day. I'm just become a nicer guy every day and by the time we shoot season be nice. Yeah but you know be cool is if you went back on season two and nobody knew boy or a nice guy. You're just disciplined on some great. That would be cool for if you had former like as reform because like he went through the the camp. Yeah but you know all of a sudden vac. Summer happens and it's like okay. What's case you've been doing okay. This jared my big question going into this..

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"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"To help i suck at dating like we said before. We have very special guest. Who is on the line from f boy island. Which of course you can watch on hbo. Max everybody's watching it. It is casey johnson johnson a self-proclaimed f boy so casey thanks for joining us on the podcast today man. Yeah thanks for having me jared. I appreciate it it's You're talking to us. Well casey. let's so sweet donner's all ours. I say this next to my husband. So this is how secure. Er you're definitely in my point of view the best looking guy on the not only the best boy not only the best looking f- boy guy but the best looking guy in general nice guys. These guys have no chance next to him and really you. You lead the way you know you did until this crazy. I don't wanna spoiler anyone but there's there's a crazy ceremony where redo the parts parts. And i think everybody was quite shocked. It was it was a loss but we found out. Then as if it wasn't obvious already that you were a self-proclaimed boy what made you enough boy. Well my question is like. I want to ask about the casting process like did you. Just after august. The honor system like yarmuth boy. They started throwing the word around there. Were like hey are you are you..

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"boy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"boy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"All eh in credit shit. I do agree. I o like. I believe it's meant to be taken literally but totally it does feel kind of closer to all of those projection fantasy sequence glimpses interesting movie. I dunno know going on interesting. Movie is not bad. it's just it's just it's just a weird subplot terachi's amazing therese's great thing is amazing. There's a lot of great things. But also i'm yeah. I'm not sure. It's not the kind of movie where i'd just be like. I you should check out baby boy. What's about the easiest sell. It's not the easiest watch it's really intense and kind of difficult but it's also really funny and has a lot of scenes that like like you said. I owe like if you have this on the right there scenes that you grew to hate because they were just so memorable basically yes basically yes. I remembered the movie too much. And i resented it sure right but like there. There are scenes that are just so compelling in this like the condom car payment. The seem irving rains gets him in a headlock. Yes the final ving. Rhames therese gun. Scene is kind of amazing as well. Another moment like this is a real blocking that it's effective. It's super effective. Yes it's very theatrical. But i don't know it's like it's it's an interesting glimpse of side of singleton. That never really got to develop pass this. Perhaps you know it's just so fucking that it's like two thousand shaft two thousand one baby boy two thousand to two fast two furious it makes this film feel even more anomalous and then you know then he just makes to smaller action movies of which four brothers is obviously more personal. But it's still him trying to make a hit movie david. Can i ask you a very very personal question. I'm an open book. An intimate question. E- even on mike. You're an open book you do love disposing all information about your private life david. Yes i'm so embarrassed to even ask i'm going to ask.

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"boy" Discussed on Play Your Way

Play Your Way

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"boy" Discussed on Play Your Way

"For sure so i wanna talk a little bit about how. Play my game boy. Advance games now and specifically like the hardware that i play them on Which i absolutely love the luxury of being able to do in in this is how i've been streaming these gameboy advance games as well But specifically the gameboy the game cube game boy player brilliant invention kudos nintendo for making such a fantastic in amazing technology to to pair. What the game cube game. He was already awesome as it is. You literally can attach a gameboy advance on the bottom of it. And that's how i've been playing it now. I it was pretty costly and it's only gone up since. Actually i think i bought the game game boy player with the disk and the attachment back in two thousand eighteen. I believe in eighteen early. Two thousand nineteen but i think eli eighteen and it was just a reference.

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