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Fresh update on "barnett " discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"Words that show about language and how we use it. I'm grant Barrett. And I'm Martha Barnett. In an earlier episode, we talked about items found in old library books, like somebody stuck a four leaf clover in there and forgot about it, or an old receipt. And after that, we heard from Mac mcclellan. He's a volunteer at the Norman Williams public library in Woodstock Vermont, evaluating donated books for fundraising sales. And Mac emailed us a photo of his all time favorite find, and it's a brief note on a sheet of binder paper, and it reads dear tooth fairy, I lost two teeth by accident, and I was wondering if I still get a prize. From Carter. And grant, you've seen this is the most adorable little note. With all that little kid handwriting and all the little kid misspellings. Yes. That's just breaks the heart. Does he get a prize? And of course, it took a while to decipher it because he spelled tooth fairy to. And prize was PR IS. And his painstakingly written in pencil. But you know, what's really sweet is that at the top in ink, somebody wrote in the date so you can just imagine somebody in Carter's family found this adorable note, scribbled the date on it, stuck it in a book, but then forgot about it. And Mack the volunteer who found it said he'd love to return it to Carter's family as a keepsake. What's the date on it? It's 1996, so Carter's probably a young adult right now, maybe in mid 30s. So if there's a Carter out there who grew up near Woodstock Vermont, the library has something for you. And we also want to know if you got anything for those two teeth. Did you get your prize? Did the tooth fairy come through? We love seeing adorable things from kids. What was the adorable thing that the kids in your life wrote?
Why 'Supreme Disorder' Author Ilya Shapiro Resigned From Georgetown
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast Ilya Shapiro. He's senior fellow director of constitutional studies at the Manhattan institute, but previously he was the executive director and senior lecturer at Georgetown university, the center for the constitution. He's the author of supreme disorder and other works. I want to talk about his experience at Georgetown and related to some of the larger issues we're dealing with in academia. Ilya, welcome to the podcast, great to have you, it seems like you've gone through a kind of a traumatic experience that Georgetown. But I think you're not alone in facing this kind of an issue. So maybe I'll begin by just asking you to describe what happened at Georgetown. It all started, I believe, with a tweet. Yeah. Yeah, good to be with you, dinesh. I had been at the Cato institute for nearly 15 years doing constitutional law. And thought it might be a good time in my career to switch to try to have a different kind of impact, got a wonderful offer from Georgetown to head up the center with alongside professor Randy Barnett, a giant of constitutional law. A few days before I was due to assume my new duties, so this is at the end of January, when news of justice Breyer's retirement leaked, I was doing media that day, I was on the road. I was in Austin, Texas, and used what's not a best practice in doom scrolling my Twitter feed late at night in my hotel room, and was unhappy with President Biden's having declared that he would be limiting his candidate pool by race and sex. He said that he'd pick a black woman. And I said, well, look, and to my mind, if I were a democratic president, I would pick Sri srinavasan. He would be the first Indian American justice as well, very well reputed on the D.C. circuit. But of course, he's disqualified because it doesn't have the right intersectional characteristics. And that tweet set off a firestorm. I was even before joining Georgetown, I was suspended, and there was a four month long investigation into whether my commentary violated the university's harassment and anti discrimination policies. At the end of which they discovered, oh, one of their lawyers looked at the calendar and realized I had not been an employee when I tweeted. And so those policies didn't even apply
Professor Randy Barnett Summarizes 'Astonishing' SCOTUS Term
"Barnett, would you summarize the term, which is about to wrap up in a few hours? Astonishing? I can summarize it in one word. It's astonishing. Let me put it this way. One of the things that was said for some time, especially after the NFIB versus surveillance ObamaCare debacle that I was involved in, as you know, is that 5 votes are not enough. You need to have sex. It's like it's like, you know, it goes to 11. You need one more. So it's like Ocean's Eleven. You need one more. So you need 6, not 5, 6 changes, the complexion of the court, a lot. And 6 by 6, I mean, 6 legal conservatives of one variety or another. And I think now this we finally see the difference between 6 and 5.
Brit Hume Rips January 6 'TV Production' Hearing
"Let's start with Britt Hume. Last night on Fox News with Brett bear, I said grab this because he is slamming the Nancy Pelosi one 6 committee after the hearsay testimony of miss Hutchinson cutting them 11. What it did do now that the testimony is being challenged is it shows why it's not a good idea to put witnesses on that without any cross examination or any viewpoints expressed from the other side of the issue when there is another side and certainly it is in this case. This is what the committee has decided it will do. It will put on a TV production, which is what it has done. And it seems to have tripped itself up on that because the testimony is now being disputed openly by the Secret Service. First of all, I said the beast, but it was the smaller Secret Service SUV, but either way, how does this happen in a committee that's that scripted and that laying all of this methodically out, they call this surprise hearing and then they trip on this and it opens the door to critics of the committee from the beginning. Well, I think it's consistently what the committee has done though. When you think about it, they'll call witnesses before the committee and the witness will be sitting there and then the committee will proceed to play excerpts from the deposition, the video deposition of the same witness. It's a very peculiar way to proceed. You know, I've been around Washington a while. I covered the hill for a long time. I don't remember any committee where all the members were chosen by one party, even the minority parties representatives. And they're all on the same page. They all agree. Well, if you don't have any dissenting voices, this is the kind of thing going to happen. Some mistake. After two of the congressmen were turned down, then the minority leader walked away, but it still does not have any pushback. And where does it go from here? No, you need that to have credibility. You need that. And so does it have credibility at the end, do you think? Well, if this blows up, this sensational testimony, which I don't think advanced the ball on the committee's main thesis. But this testimony which everybody was in rhapsody is over yesterday, blows up and has found to be seriously contested and in doubt, I think that will damage the credibility of the committee and his final work product, whatever that may be. Of course, always right
US Boosting Forces Across Europe Over Russian Threat, Biden Tells NATO
"The big news yesterday. President Biden indeed all of the NATO leaders have sent Russia a defiant message according to The Washington Post. Under pressure to find new ways to confront Russia as a deadly invasion of Ukraine dragged into its 5th month President Biden and then allies on Wednesday announced a historic surge of forces along Europe's eastern Flank and welcome Finland and Sweden as soon to be members as they promised to defend every inch of NATO territory. The muscular military announcements were intended to send an unmistakable message that NATO remains unified against Russia's growing belligerents, said Biden standing alongside NATO secretary general Stoltenberg on the second day of the NATO
Biden Boosts US Troops in Europe Because of Russia's War in Ukraine
"From the Financial Times, U.S. to boost military presence in Europe as NATO's strengthens defenses. 5000 additional troops to Romania to squadrons of U.S. fighter aircraft after a U.S. F-35s will be in the United Kingdom. These are good moves. The deal is there's no money in the budget for them. Joe Biden gave no additional money. There's a real cut in the Biden budget, but we're looking forward to the Senate in the house agreeing to fund the Department of Defense so that we can actually do this, rebuild the supplies of the weaponry that has gone to Ukraine rightly, but it is up to you to elect Republicans at every level if you want the defend not only Europe but yourself. From China and
Kathy Barnette Attracted Conservative Votes but a Bad Personal History
"And by the way I like McCormick and Oz both of them I truly do I think either would be a great senator Either would be only told you that And I told you I'm not into this Barnett at all for a lot of reasons But again What I'm pointing out here is that look here's the thing Barnett attracted a lot of conservative votes I know why she attracted a lot of conservative votes Because people began to hear what she had to say during the debates It's not like she had a lot of money to play Commercials so forth And they liked what she had to say And the way she presented it and so did I But being unvetted as more information came out and that's the whole purpose of a primary just so you know It's the see if a candidate is strong enough to run into general election Otherwise there's no point in having a primary Just everybody would run She couldn't stand up to it And I don't mean because she wasn't strong She was strong But because her relatively recent past had some nasty stuff in it that reminded me quite frankly of joy Reid Again not ideologically But the comments and the way she made the comments
Amber Athey: Same Story if Trump-Endorsed Candidates Win or Lose
"Primary elections huge Of course amber they want to make everything about Trump but I mean he does it get involved in this cycle He doesn't make it about himself but he chooses Some candidates who run for office and win George W. Bush He kind of stays out generally of the process He's done a few events for camp but he isn't like really dig in Donald Trump said you know what I'm not done man I'm jumping in and I'll endorse who I want when I won You know what Good for him But there's a lot on the line for him He threw a lot of his weight behind mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania And that's not just it You got Madison Cawthorn in a really hot congressional race in North Carolina will know about today and Ted Budd in the Senate race in North Carolina too So yeah these candidates have a lot on the line but a lot for Trump for Trump too Definitely And there's always this narrative that emerges after a Trump endorsed race finishes up and if he happens to have that candidate lose all of a sudden it's proof that Trump has lost his power and the Republican Party and he's not the kingmaker anymore But if you win then you get the opposite article that's talking about how the GOP is a bunch of Trump cultists So it's really impossible for him to win Even if he wins he loses In this case It's so wrong I'm really curious about the Pennsylvania race because this candidate Cathy Barnett has had a really late surge in the polls and is apparently neck and neck with Doctor Oz and Dave McCormick So I think that's the one to watch I have a couple of friends down in North Carolina right now working with Ted bud and it looks like he's going to just run away with this thing So I'll give you my eyes on Pennsylvania right now for sure
It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?
"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.
Jim Hanson and Sebastian Discuss the 2022 Primaries
"He is Jim Hansen, the author of winning the second Civil War allegedly without firing a shot. Jim, welcome to the studio. What a wonderful place, dude. I like it. Not enough guns though, right? You know, is there some rule about that? I think we'll find out. Well, we'll do some research that I know we caught smoke cigars. That's the biggest problem, but we'll find out about the Second Amendment. Welcome in studio, we have so much to discuss Russia, Ukraine, Finland, Sweden, the border. But let's talk about tomorrow. It's been a rather dirty primary season in the granite state, the Keystone state. Talk to us about so, granite's New Hampshire, the Keystone state of Pennsylvania. We've invited us Doctor Oz on the show while constantly told by his PR team that is very busy. We'll get back to you. We'll get back to you. He seems to be ducking and avoiding media of late. Kathy Barnett, who I've known for years when she first came on Fox when I was hosting the national security moms there on Fox and Friends. Came on Thursday when all the hubbub about her D two one fours and her military service erupted. I asked her some tough questions. She quitted herself quite well. So give us your take as somebody who understands Trump, maga, the swamp, the rhinos. What's your take on Pennsylvania? Anybody but the Democrats? I think all this infighting was not helpful. I think Oz doesn't want to come on your show because you're going to ask him why he's pals with Erdoğan. Why he voted in the last Turkish election why he hasn't renounced his citizenship and why he's not even vaguely a conservative in any meaningful way. I understand Trump like celebrities. Okay, I get it. And he figured name recognition matters. That's a reasonable thing to do. But the problem is now we've got not just a rhino. We've got, I don't even know what he is. He's a no. You know, he's a nothing. And if he wins, he may be able to do it, but I would prefer someone who's actually on
Kathy Barnette Is the Only PA Candidate to Respond to Show Invite
"Because who cares who I endorse I mean I'm serious Who cares I treat you you know the same way I would be expected to be treated when I was a consumer of cable news and talk radio As a responsible thinking adult it's my job to tell you who to vote for As I said I can tell you who I like but who cares who I like It's who you like that matters What is it I mean really I think people in this business tend to overinflate their own egos This is my guy and your guy sucks Folks I'm not getting into that I say that though because I don't say this in trying to attack anyone but we put out on the air Last week Jim early last week or late last week before I don't know it was just recently I said to the Pennsylvania Senate candidates on the air that listen I'm not you know it's not self praise It's just a fact This is one of the largest radio shows in the country Especially in this hour In this 12 to three in this block it's enormous I mean it can make a real difference So we put out on the air and I said to the candidates mehmet Oz and Kathy Barnett and David McCormick I said you know you're all a welcome on the show Please reach out to Jim Jim will reach out Jim did his due diligence on it reached out found out some contact info reached out on social media and other ways And the only one who got back to us which I think is really campaign malfeasance I promised and I gave him my word on the air They'd be fair interviews for everyone I'm not looking to hurt anyone It was a candidate myself I know what it's like to be blindsided by people looking to hurt you and not being not being candid And the only one who got back to us was Kathy Barnett
Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?
"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.
Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pa. Senate race
"Donald Donald Donald Donald Trump Trump Trump Trump is is is is issuing issuing issuing issuing a a a a warning warning warning warning to to to to Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania voters voters voters voters amid amid amid amid some some some some surprising surprising surprising surprising turns turns turns turns leading leading leading leading up up up up to to to to the the the the may may may may seventeenth seventeenth seventeenth seventeenth primary primary primary primary the the the the former former former former president president president president says says says says only only only only his his his his pick pick pick pick can can can can win win win win the the the the full full full full Senate Senate Senate Senate race race race race against against against against the the the the likely likely likely likely democratic democratic democratic democratic nominee nominee nominee nominee in in in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania he he he he went went went went out out out out I I I I would would would would say say say say on on on on a a a a land land land land with with with with Mehmet Mehmet Mehmet Mehmet oz oz oz oz political political political political science science science science professor professor professor professor Chris Chris Chris Chris Borich Borich Borich Borich at at at at Muhlenberg Muhlenberg Muhlenberg Muhlenberg college college college college says says says says the the the the GOP GOP GOP GOP primary primary primary primary had had had had been been been been mostly mostly mostly mostly a a a a costly costly costly costly duel duel duel duel between between between between oz oz oz oz and and and and former former former former hedge hedge hedge hedge fund fund fund fund CEO CEO CEO CEO David David David David McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick but but but but black black black black conservative conservative conservative conservative and and and and Christian Christian Christian Christian commentator commentator commentator commentator Kathy Kathy Kathy Kathy Burnett Burnett Burnett Burnett has has has has been been been been surging surging surging surging in in in in the the the the polls polls polls polls in in in in a a a a statistical statistical statistical statistical dead dead dead dead heat heat heat heat with with with with McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick at at at at an an an an office office office office part part part part of of of of that that that that is is is is that that that that over over over over the the the the last last last last three three three three months months months months McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick in in in in awes awes awes awes have have have have gone gone gone gone after after after after each each each each other other other other and and and and with with with with extensive extensive extensive extensive ad ad ad ad campaigns campaigns campaigns campaigns that that that that are are are are really really really really attacked attacked attacked attacked their their their their weaknesses weaknesses weaknesses weaknesses Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnett has has has has a a a a history history history history of of of of statements statements statements statements hostile hostile hostile hostile to to to to Muslims Muslims Muslims Muslims and and and and the the the the LGBTQ LGBTQ LGBTQ LGBTQ plus plus plus plus community community community community but but but but benefits benefits benefits benefits from from from from an an an an ad ad ad ad campaign campaign campaign campaign from from from from the the the the anti anti anti anti tax tax tax tax club club club club for for for for growth growth growth growth as as as as well well well well as as as as endorsements endorsements endorsements endorsements from from from from Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic vote vote vote vote in in in in the the the the anti anti anti anti abortion abortion abortion abortion Susan Susan Susan Susan B. B. B. B. Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony list list list list I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
Why Kathy Barnette Is Unelectable
"Now Dave McCormick, I've watched the race very, very closely. I've had every candidate on except Doctor Oz who has repeatedly turned down opportunities to come on this program, which usually evidences to me that don't know what they're doing on the conservative side of the issues. But I am now concerned, Kathy Barnett is rising in the polls, and she's a nice lady. I had her on the show. She got sparkling charisma, but in the last couple of days, the Philadelphia inquirer has under her tweets and her record and I don't think it's a Christina O'Donnell situation that Todd akin situation, how much does electability matter to Pennsylvania primary voters? Well, listen, I've gotten to know Kathy on the campaign trail. And I respect and admire her personal story. But she's been tested already. She was tested a little less than two years ago when she ran for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania and she lost by 20 points. And so listen, the stakes on this are so high for the general election because it will be the biggest race in the country. We need a candidate, a Republican candidate that has credibility has been tested at a deeply vetted and assembled a resources in the team necessary to win. This is like this is going to the Super Bowl.
'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race
"In the United States, the Pennsylvania Senate race is front and center. David McCormick I have endorsed will be joining me next hour. The world is coming down on Kathy Barnett in the last 48 hours because she surged into third place behind Doctor Oz who is fading, David McCormick who is surging in Kathy Barnett was getting close, so Doctor Oz took out after her and his surrogates did at least, calling into question her military service, calling into question her backstory and publicizing her old tweets which are pretty viciously anti Muslim. This is I haven't reviewed this completely yet. But it seems to me probably disqualifying. She is also out there on the far edge of the election, stop the steal people, and that's not electable position either in the United States. As we're about to see in Georgia next week, when governor Kemp handily wins his primary and David perdue, you can't run as an election denier. It doesn't work. And even if you believe it's sincerely and many people do, it's death in the general people don't want to relitigate 2020. They're concerned about what do you know, inflation and drugs.
David McCormick Gives an Update on His Campaign in Pennsylvania
"Where do things stand Hey Mark how are you Thanks for having me You bet Thank you It's a dead sprint you know It's 6 days to go And you can feel it People told me that Pennsylvania sort of finishes late and you can feel there's about 20% of the voters still deciding it can feel people focus I've been driving across the state today I've done 5 or 6 stops And listen there people are mad about the direction of the country They're scared about the American Dream slipping away They're pissed off about inflation and gas prices and fentanyl In our great Tom wall at the Pennsylvania and they're looking for a fighter that's going to go to Washington and push back on this crazy weakness and weakness And so it's a tight race in the polling It looks very close among myself and memorizing Kathy Barnett And the race is going to be decided in the next 6 days So it's exciting and I feel like I'm getting good momentum but it's all about execution
Kathy Barnette Will Come Onto the Show; Who Else?
"The Kathy Barnett campaign for the Senate race in Pennsylvania She's been flying up the polls by the way It's got back to Jim and it looks like we're going to be able to coordinate getting her on Someone from the McCormick and Oz campaigns if you would reach out I really sincerely do not I have no dog in the fight I don't I just care about conservatism I want to all I want to read the same set of questions so that there's no shenanigans or chicanery or any nonsense I'm going to read the same set of questions to all three I really want to give you a platform here Where a lot of people around the country who have a very intense interest in this race because it could be the 51st vote So someone from the McCormick campaign or Oz campaign we would even if it's a no I'm not looking at embarrass anybody I'm just going to say you don't want to do it That's fine People don't want to do it for all kinds of reasons That's okay But just get back to us He's Jim is JJ verdi VR DI JJ verdi on true social Jim what do you want on Twitter too so they make it easy for at JJ verdi on Twitter to give him that that's under new management soon We can probably help them a little bit too He's at JJ verdi on Twitter too So if you guys can get back to him even if it's a no again I'm not going to if you don't want to do it that's fine Just tell us so we can plan the show Because I'd really like to have all three and not at the same time but I just want to ask you all the questions and I want to let the national audience determine and give them the information if they think you're an authentic conservative or not Fair right I ran for office guys I did it So it's not like I'm speaking with fork tongue here I subjected myself to the same questions and q-and-as and back and forth three times So I know the experience
Kathy Barnette Reacts to Trump Endorsement for Dr. Oz
"So tell me a little bit about your reaction to president Trump's endorsement of Doctor Oz because a lot of people were flabbergasted. Some dumbfounded some angry and some said, okay, I'll vote for us. What was Kathy Barnett's reaction? Well, I mean, you know, initially, it was a shock, right? I mean, I was downtown Philadelphia. I've been working with the Horn of Africa. There's those who will have come here from the Horn of Africa. There's over a 100,000 of those from sedans, Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, who live here at Pennsylvania, highly concentrated between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. I've been working with them for several months. They hosted a very large fundraiser for me this past Saturday, and we were registered every single person changing their registration from Democrat to Republican. That's what I was doing. And someone turned on their phone and showed me what Donald Trump had done, and of course my initial reaction was like, oh my goodness, definitely know he's not really a conservative. But very quickly thereafter, I saw when a lot of people are seeing and that is across social media, my name is on everyone's list. So like I said, I started off. President Trump's endorsement of Oz is truly one of the best things that could have happened to our campaign. A lot of
Pastor Luke Barnett Describes the Dream City Church Fasting Challenge
"Tell us about it. Okay, so we challenged our church at the beginning of the year to from every Tuesday to Wednesday. It's called the John Wesley fast. It was the longest. It's the fast that held the longest revival in history. And so it's a 24 hour fast. And what we've asked our people starting today at lunch, eat breakfast, eat lunch, then after lunch, don't eat dinner tonight or breakfast tomorrow morning, but pick up eating again at lunchtime tomorrow. It's 24 hour fast, but just two meals. And that was the John Wesley fast. And then come tomorrow night for our midweek church experience where we are going to. We've gathered hundreds, thousands of prayer requests for people who need breakthrough in some area of their life. Maybe they need healing for their body. Maybe they need a financial breakthrough for their business. Maybe their kids are far from God and they're praying for their kids to come back home. But they're going to have thousands of per request. So we're going to meet here at 6 30 tomorrow night. You're all invited to come and be part of this. And for 15 minutes, we're going to sing some songs of worship. Then we're going to teach you for 15 minutes. What prayer is, how to pray. A principles are prayer. And then we're going to turn the playlist on and hundreds of people are going to just walk around the auditorium here and pick up these prayer cards and be in stacks of three or four. And you're going to pray for other people's kids who need the lord. Other people who need healing for their body. You're going to pray for them. They call their names on just saying, would you touch their lives? And hundreds of people are going to be doing this to the people and their prayer request. And by the way, if you need a protocol, please don't leave tonight. If you need in your life, feel all those cars. We'll pray for you tomorrow night as well. But so we're
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
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"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"People who can assist on various things gurus. The soldiers cycled. You could write a letter motherhood this we do. Who would it be to. And what would you say. I wrote alaska to myself the day. Before i gave birth welcoming myself but work of everything i liked about my job and what i thought i was okay at and it was called maternity latitude myself. So welcome myself back. Because i thought donahue i'm going to be on the other side of this and i reread it the night before and i've still got sand. He was really lovely of completely forgotten. I did that so we've just so. I'm never told anyone i is is. I can see it here on my desktop. So i probably would in some selfish way right something to myself but i might some of my niece and might might something to her. She's very young. She's only she's only age but quite lights are something to a younger woman and i would quite like to to tell them that it would be good to know a bit more about your body and your health earlier than when you're ready to to dry. I think that would be good advice. And i would use I would also advise them to. What's the phrase Not slow down but sort of be ready for the pace to challenge. I do think. Because especially in bigger cities like london manchester. We were having babies later. Yeah i think we're living longer without children as women and that shift is quite brousseau so i. I think we can't do this. Thing where girls are. More are outperforming boys in school and university typically and then live grinding halt when they become a mother and i know that i've gone back and it's being pay so far but i've just been meeting elaine glazes to stand up for motherhood to many women are not able priced out by childcare that they're in also situations where they cannot receive life again and i would try and equip her with some of the advice and lessons around that sort of topic as well.
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"Work or even having a job to combat to plays out but just speaking from my own experience getting back on atta first week i really was i just. I want to kick the tires. Mc hammer brain is on. I wanna push it and feel it is just about a reclamation reclaiming yourself is but was that i think you you want to pay the person that you would whether you want to commit an exact same way. You don't want to be made to fail lessons you're going in. You know not the same as you were and in terms of of your engine traces. How do you feel about your body now. Has it changed from coming from a place where we talked earlier. And i think whenever you find out that something isn't quite working with your body you have that sense of failure or that it's failed you. How do you feel towards it now. I know that this sort of endo's rearing its ugly head again and But has it altered. I feel like i'm putting in iowa wall. There's a much better quote and i'm gonna attributed borough it and i've had the pleasure of interviewing her and corresponding with her. Hillary man's the eight author she wrote of endometriosis because it has completely been a major part of her life and people. If you are suffering imanol beefy you because it's hard three re but some of the rising on it is the most visceral and she says everything i've achieved. I have achieved in the teeth of this disease and it was that word teeth. The i was like. Yeah you're in a voice a lot of time. I'm an impatient person. Anywhere like things to be good. I'm not to learn patients. sorry From mother is a work in progress. Safety should have gone to yoga vence. I'm an impatient person for things to be good for things to be right. Because i like things to be good for. People alight to words or high standard..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"It. It takes for everybody to be at high now including man for employers to have to trust and the second thing is hopefully more people can have a bit more empathy. Now about what. It is to go on that wild first year journey of motherhood because so many other people now experience necessarily that but the wilderness feeling of stripping yourself right back and seeing what's laugh and what's important it's completely follow..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"Essentially being wheeled into the c. Section of posted in hospital postbox sars-like yep stole dana sturdiness. And it was like and this is a she is really important qualities. It was like going from being on the night to i to know moving. It's all my life the change it. Yeah and it is you know. Eighteenth brutal are change. Obviously becoming a parent is a huge learning curve in so many different ways. But i'm physically ethical walls get over the c section. Some people have said because not recently not knowing how to bit of other stomach surgery. Pops was more compounded right in a breastfeeding. What is that like. It's so hard. I was convinced to try and it of actually again because one periods right that was i did manage to in the end master that but because of the c. Sessional found him to hold the thing so many things that factors that get in the way and obviously dade trying to learn at the same time but you know it's just so many factors and i told myself that breastfeeding was definitely what i wanted to. And you know when it takes an hour and a half to feed them and then they've got to be up an hour and a half later defeat again and the the way effects sleep you know. It's not easy for many people. And and i got a three months in where i would go for. I told myself six months or when he had teeth Because to me. I didn't want to be in it but then go to three months and suddenly things fell into place. I feel like i. Donald that works. I didn't want to just let it go and actually only. My third child seemed to really light by manipulate other than that they will. Yeah yeah but it's a journey with itself that i think the actual practical practicalities of breastfeeding like when you've got a c section scar and how do you place that. How do you place your baby all night..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"All whatever of responded to some treatment in a good way and a very weird feeling on light people can say these things afterwards but we did have a couple of skies at some blades. And i mean one was not hilarious. Warm was awful but it was hilarious. That's do a photo shoot in an interview after being admitted stay overnight and prep on the budget for the next day and luckily the hospital was opposite. St the bbc studio westminster. And i went out. I said i'm just popping out. How had a makeup of the interview with the times a new job and this woman went no way nicer than you did when he came before i liked very no sydney gone done this thing but i had this feeling about us on the obviously doesn't mean it was just a strange feeling all the time it because he he managed to stay with mr ivf. I sort of feeling really wanted to stick around. This is a strong strong person at growing inside me. And i hope to very much would. I didn't tell people. Not necessarily. I told friends and family of course but i was working on a tv show for itv's at the time. When i was six months pregnant honest mention. It would like dresses a lot thought would have to say it. Yeah because soda was going to have to necessarily anyway. The sound woman just sets me. We can talk about this. Because obviously sat the mike persons to go dry and i went about what you've back. Oh yeah yeah. I seem to be pregnant. Seen he's talking to smack the pony sketch were right up until the end did. I was so i've listened to your four. It was like the big y you asked about how they were during practice. And i am nine nato who is also his Posted the discussion. And i was so well really the healthiest having been so l..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"I believe in thing. That's a whole other chop but there was a joint a cool day but my point my point was anything can happen. When you're you're doing that sort of program but you have to be on and was often. I'm not sure the talked about this before. But i reckon some people who've been pregnant can pops relate. Maybe you can use to write stuff down all time to keep myself ahead just to keep trains of thought so there were little things. I had to start to do legitimate to my life to my my working life not so much to my personal life because luckily in in one sense. It is actually quite useful counter intuitive. But i didn't have anyone to look after. So i could just look after myself so i could come home. I could sleep. I wasn't caring for an elderly relative. Obviously didn't have a child. But i did not think it would work in any way shape or form. The only time i let myself believe for straight after. It's because what's way is people have this acronym pupo pregnant until proven otherwise yet and. I didn't know that that but loss of reading and talking to people since but you are actually pregnant there in that you know there is a loss with the if the test doesn't come back positive. I don't think we we also knowledge this. You obviously haven't haven't had a miscarriage that is different. I accept you have lost your umbria. He didn't dream going into that room. And i always say this to him and it's a loss as well if it doesn't work it's not make it up You'd weeks of grueling medicines get to that point and then for whatever the reason it didn't stack so. I always try and honor that if two people if i couples gone through that women on there i know whatever. They're in a huge thing for me. When it comes to miscarriage..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"I had been having and many women have always a fascinating book but i absolutely loved it. Yeah i'm not saying the hudsell. I'd guys one facts alone. And i was on maternity leave very stupidly voicing book. Don't do that do not do that. But but i when i read this essentially when they first developed the pill in the sixties well-done tool those people. Who did you know. Despite what i've said i am very grateful. It was largely develops in america. There were other places of course but when it was launched in america to great fanfare it was a very catholic society and it was the sixties so they decided so that the man didn't think that women were taking any birth control to introduce a fake bleed. That is completely not necessarily the amount of time. I have guilty myself. Oh shouldn't run it back. That's bad for me. I just going to have to do with eggs. I'm going on holiday. And i want to go swimming or whatever it is big thing is fine. I mean what. I can say speech specialists on this the dosage off the hormones walls higher than so women appreciates it a break right. There is no medical reason that you should get yourself. Shame yourself feel bad the break even for the pill was designed for man by man. Anyway you ask me different questions. So i will return mind. Boggling lead comeback with any facts that you want to feed it. Because i love the yeah good moment to share it when i came off at first. Start for baby actually very hopeful despite all my misgivings of trying to be optimistic month on month to month three month for starting to not feel great can remember where all those periods came at this point. You don't know that you haven't msci isis. Don't know any problems and you know..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"But she did struggle and she had issues so i grew up knowing. Not everybody could have siblings. Not everybody could have the number of children that they might like. I definitely am ingested that as a child in a very negative way. I i wasn't people say we're not child people who is go if you are listening to this in your child you'll know the face go how you go. Hopefully yeah fine. I didn't know any different. And hopefully if you've got parents school structure around you you'll have lots of friends and it's okay. It's only side. It seems lots of other people. So i grew up with that but also Which in part inspired the book. I was very unwell with periods from the age of ten. And although my mom was amazing when i got my period might now best moments shook career always say Was the first day because there was hot chocolate. There was a fast made you know. Welcome to the woman club all of that. But when rapidly downhill from there on an pops combat that. But i'm mentioning it now is i need eat. Die out even though. I didn't get a diagnosis for what i learned was cooled. Endometriosis appeared condition a disease. I knew something wasn't working in me and so there was a huge nervousness in me from a young age. The i didn't quite work. And i was very healthy in gynecological sense but it couldn't get any answers but i certainly didn't fixate on it and respect the although i'm very frustrated i didn't get a diagnosis for twenty one years and it made me feel like i was getting mad at times. I love the mine and my husband's twenties while unencumbered because we didn't start trying to thursday and that meant even though at times. I was a bit ill. I was on the pale which actually mosques condition so i only came off the stock to try. And that's one of the issues really flat up and i loved the actually our whole twinsies..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"Numbed around the par with some of the best women. I've met in three my ct group not detracting from that and then the needs to get into the the booze quite soon when lunchtime here. It seemed acceptable. But but i do think other people like me who perhaps are described in some ways as extroverts. I'm not a huge extra. In the sense of i don't i actually prefer one discussions probably because i'm an only child. I adore also being enlarged greets. But i don't hate to either. I wouldn't do what i do for a living but people like myself really we've of had to completely rewire and i found that really hard. Do you feel better now. Things are in the diary. Yes you know whenever people alive find what you love and then it always leads towards like pottery or yoga or something and obviously those things are are good for other people. I would actually really like to try posture. Just terrible i said. I think my energy is from having a meal with someone is into somebody. I know i do that for a living. But i do it. In a very structured way it was set. And i've got to get through so two questions and while you can enjoy that it's not. It's not how it is when you are in real life. well know. Say what you do for work you research a of a lot before going into any conversation pseudo. What someone gives. You might be surprising. You know the general gist of how that conversation's going to go. How you think it's going to go whereas actually meeting your friend you've got no idea where that conversations going to go or what news and gossip they're going to reveal so there is a spontaneity that comes with those who are friendship with all those conversations that doesn't necessarily come on air. Yes and i think when you are apparent ashley you really need those time. Timeouts with your friends. You do really were terrible..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"Kids are here. I have three kids paying the garden. So if you hear them screaming throughout define. Tom is with them. I figured if any of all the podcasts this is one that's fine for kids to be somewhere in the background but onto today's guest. She's used to being the one asking the questions today. It's a bit of a bitter rover. Vassal she is the lead host of women's hour. Which i have to say had me in much debate and internal debate myself a month ago over the whole nick. Bockel you know do you. Do you not win. Nick has to bed. I before getting into bed. I changed the knickknacks. A them on. I feel fresher. Get into bed. So i am someone who wears knickers but off. The back of this conversation was not going to go to bed tonight. And i am not going to towns out martha jonah felt fall to ex post so the neck next night. They were record but batches. Today's guest just america's she is also the center of newsnight author of period is about bloody time and mother of one. It's emma jala. And i have got nickerson right now. I don't think i'm ever without the bar in the shower. And that's what the debate you referred to as she came out of another podcast with susannah which many people he's constantly on her wardrobe malfunction focused on rice at the end. She just happened to say well. Of course you are necas under your pajamas just in passing about something else. That's of course she said of couse you don't and i said of course she do and i was so convinced that the women have risks in would be on my side and you know when you mean anything what you think and not only did i then just peppered into a chess on woman's hour which i was firmly told that i need to let it at a question if i was a catholic because one woman rates in saying none school. She was towed. If she died in the night emec god without pants on. He wouldn't think well of her. I i soon learned because the daily mail splashed across its pages. I'm you a me. Dorsey of being right in my mind but the my you know what people do what women do so i tried it light you. I've done it twice and it feels too if feels weird so. I don't like wearing pajamas without nicotine. So i have to wear like a t-shirt over ninety obviously rides up as you move around which then just means your whole bums just filled wade because identity with malek's is just as just a bit where i can't do it..
"barnett " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
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"barnett " Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"How did they get cited. Virtuality is a edits heart. We talked about. It's a it's a video game so if you're going to start developing virtual reality applications you have to know how to code or be comfortable with a visual scripting kind of language like that and you also need to know how to make a game and you could just be a tutti game three thirty like first person shooter type game or anything like that because a lot of the mechanics are still the same. After you get past the the weird inputs that virtuality has in the end. You still have missions and goals and different objectives and interactions and that kind of stuff that a normal two d three day game would have so. He's you have to have those skills down as well and then you so. I would almost recommend learning how to do game development. I at least get like a good grasp of that and then switching over to virtual reality because if you just jump straight into virtual reality that is dive it in the deep end there because it's super complicated and technical at first and you're like oh what am i. Why am i doing this. I'm like oh well so you can interact with different stuff and you do the normal video game stuff but yeah you could find me i do. I do a lot of virtuality specific tutorials. There's a lot of game have tutorials already out there. So i didn't ended up going that route but i do like okay. Well how do you jump. How's that different in virtual reality than you know a third person video game or you know how do you grab objects because that's specific virtuality. Thanks so. I've youtube channel. My name's justine pibor net. You can find me under that. And i talk about a lot of virtual reality applications for. I'm doing a lot of mechanics now. But i think in the future. I'm going to start doing like a dev reviews of different games. That are out more. Podcast i want to branch out. Try bunch of different things And if you wanna chat you can find me on twitter. Also justin p barnett and those are the two best ways i'm also linked in and all the other things but if you want to get a hold of me those are the two best ways show okay so just then into because obviously what i'll do is i'll put links to all these in the show notes and make sure you click through to those but let's say i go and buy a htc oculus right. I keep saying let's mix it up by. I dunno walmart's bunch of reality headset hooked up and i'm ready to go and i want to learn. Okay just give me started. What's the first video should watch. Because obviously i'm gonna. I'm gonna hit eurotunnel there's going to be. Let's do have recommended of. I almost like beginners saito or is like i don't wanna say newbie 'cause i'm worried about the connotations of conscious of my language. Have you got a video. That was like okay. So you've just got the device you just still unity. Let's get started right. Let's let's a particle physics drill. Let's create a thing where you can throw a boat like what. What's where do i stop with the all within two videos. I'd recommend so one of you are just thinking about getting into it. I have a video. About what do i need to like..
"barnett " Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"Thing i'd like to say just he's thank you so much for being on the show. It is a great pleasure to talk to someone who knows all the things that are via. And i know nothing about and i'm always interested to meet you develop as anyway so thank you so much. Yeah thank you for having me on. I would say all the things but we'll see how far we get. We know infinitely more than me so in my eyes. You're the expert right that we could say expert for the sake of the show title expert for a given value of expert. That's exactly very narrow band of knowledge. So i was wondering. Could you just give us a brief introduction to like the work. You're doing maybe how your discovered how you discovered. vr and things got slow bit about sure thing. Yeah i'm justin barnett. I go by justin p barnett on all the socials. Because just barnett is a fairly common name. I found out. But i mainly do a youtube channel about virtual reality development tutorials so i mainly develop in unity which is c. sharp based and through that i kind of teach how to make virtual reality applications and games and that kind of thing. It's i found throughout throughout. Like when i was first start getting into virtual reality. There were no good tutorials there was like maybe one or two other guys who do virtuality tutorials. But they're all really outdated and unity up likes to update things every single quarter. So it's a different thing you have to learn every single time. You want to do a new mechanic or something like that. So i was struggling through trying to learn. How do i code virtual reality. Because i i think it was five below at one point and i found one of those super cheap. You know like strap on your head. Virtual reality headsets. Like you just plug your phone into it. And it's like the google cardboard. I guess except five lows version and it was like you know a couple bucks and i put it on in the first thing i remember watching was i just looked on youtube and found a three sixty video and i just need to find something that i can actually like. You know use this thing with and it was a it was like a safari video and in this tiger walks right up to the three sixty cameras. So i'm sitting in the chair looking around. And i looked behind me. And there's this like a tiger like sitting right there. You know a couple feet from me. And it was mind-boggling. Because it's like nothing i've ever experienced before you don't get the whole vision that you like you normally do in real life but i mean a good nine degrees of your vision is filled up with this experience. This almost like an amex movie. But you can move your head and like it's it's a crazy experience if you've never had that before like your first. vr experience. I feel like everyone always remembers their first. Vr experience because it's absolutely mind blowing. But that was my intro to it and that kind of got me hooked. I was like okay now. I have to figure out. What what else can i do with this or like. What other applications. Out there like that. I can get into and what else i was looking around. And it was like richard out. He's been an idea and even like a a thing for little while now. It's been since the nineteen nineties was when they first came out with like. Vr prototypes and whatnot. But then getting into like nowadays like it's still really hasn't come that far it's still feels very gimmicky. I guess and the.
"barnett " Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"The very beginning when i i would also i was pregnant because my husband and i we have been dating for a very short amount of time when we found out having baby Just about six weeks. Until i phoned her often and she said It might not be the right time. It might not be the right man. But it's the right baby. And that she richard and i we both kinda clung onto that. It's the right baby who our focus on that. So she she's she's very good for vice. My mom yes own a so also only six weeks. My goodness yes. Some people say. Did you plan that. Like must credit team you some level of crazy i hype. I don't get to really or by somebody like we just knew no. We didn't really But you and i. I'm sorry. I just wanna say that. I've been super cool throughout this whole chart like is completely normal Of bob idea. Remember buying see day in manchester and then gang highland dancing religiously to all of the words throughout fooled him so this point i just wanna point please have because now you know what this is the first one anyone with any of my interviews. I've said thank you. I'm just gonna stop everything with that. Play nope i remember. I remember the cover with the whites and your legs and everything out. And i i loved how your english accent was on your knees. It thing to say. But i think having this toyotas and blowback for four years at that point i was ready to a woman's voice a useful diction and i honestly i just drove people mad with a favor playlets. Nice thank you. If he's in my later workers interest is youtube will and a new even catch the disc doing a lot kitchen disc going. But i i just couldn't say i thank you and that's lovely. I'm blushing here. Well what do. I want to talk to you about now. He's throwing me. Well when you said religiously. I thought i did want to ask about religion because we were you raised in a religious household. I think this is quite reports. It i wake of. Gdp over mccormack copied in. My wife is a nonsense as well. Yeah i don't know won't be able to understand that. Most those things are not accurate people's lives and not where i go look up people's springs if i'm going to and as an amazing woman actually i met recently. Who is hoping women with peter. They won't help aca. She's done the whole getting women. Scientists have profiles thing on rep putting women back into the digital history but she also helps women who are dealing with Piano not true and could be minnesota so you need an mba while got his dad who i think self edited his wikipedia page to make him younger than he is. So.
"barnett " Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"Well Eight nether odd cameras episode of macabre. Chow res- your host von. Go and two day. We talk to author. Lisa barnett about the great library in buda them. The akasha records is known as the great library. The jakob tales a life review of one thousand lifetimes that the founder of buddhism the darpa adama remembered which led to his awakening and ascension and the rest is history with that lisa. Welcome to merkava chagas. How thank you vaughn..
"barnett " Discussed on Exvangelical
"And principalities series that has been published in this feed over the last couple of months. This is an interview that I did with Luke Barnett recently about his new movie faith-based, which is out now available on demand. I hope you really enjoy this conversation. It was great talking to Luka about this project and I it out. There will be links to where you can find the movie in the show notes. Let's get straight to a here. You will actually hear a little bit of our enter music, and then we'll get right into the interview this as always was produced by Jake Louis. Thank you very much jake. If you want to support the show, please support it via sub stack at the Post Evangelical Post Dot Com you can find links for that and the show notes as well. Thank you. Everybody. Welcome back to expand jellicoe guest. This week is Luke Barnett. He is the writer and Star of the upcoming movie faith-based welcome to the show Luke Amen. Thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on It was very interesting to to learn about this project We're talking on a super slow News Day today's October second twenty, twenty and. We're just lend. This morning that trump has covid. Put promoting our movie. There's nothing. Right now. To. Be Honest it's almost as if I, couldn't I couldn't dislike trump more and then all of a sudden he like ruins the week of my. Taking up the news with his disease. Yeah I mean, it's just it's been a it's been a a wild day but I'm super happy that Mike it's the afternoon and we've we've probably age like two years just just even absorbing the news of the last week. Exactly so but nonetheless, it's it's great to talk to you about this this movie, it's Eh. Comedy take on the Christian film industry before. But before we get into the movie proper, I'd like to hear a little bit more about you and your and your background that's where we usually like to start on this show. So if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, you mentioned just when we were sort of exchanging emails arranging this call that that you are a PK. So you have some sort of background in Christianity. So love to hear a little bit more about that. Yeah, I was. I was a pastor, but my dad was kind of a I..