35 Burst results for "Behar"
Joy Behar Doesn't Know How Our Government Works
"Go ahead Those that were the proudest said I've never had to use my firearm in the line of You know you know that so it's just this cowboy Now sunny hostin is speaking for police Does she speak for you folks She speaks for everybody Go ahead Pass a bell contradicting the New York City for state laws Okay okay Joy the Supreme Court doesn't pass A bill The Supreme Court doesn't pass a law The Supreme Court rules on laws They rule On cases they apply the facts to the law they look at the constitution and they look at their precedent The Supreme Court doesn't pass a bill Now you support the Supreme Court ruling right Ruling over localities and states if it's abortion on demand and whatever it is that your agenda is But you don't support it doing so when they might rule to uphold the constitution because some local or state government is violating it But in no case do they pass laws Or do they pass bills in sunny hostin Should have said something but she didn't
What Gun Law Would've Prevented NYC Subway Shooter?
"The number one law that nobody wants to talk about. Would be preventing Democrats from legally acquiring guns. See, I can't. I know I'm not going to get a straight answer from anybody on this. Goodbye, goodbye. All right, nice try. Listen, I don't even know that I disagree with him fundamentally, but listen, joy behar should not own again.
Some Reactions to Russia-Ukraine Crisis Are Completely Tone Deaf
"The battle for Kyiv is on. And Russian forces are pushing toward the capital. The Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, and according to U.S. intelligence estimates, it's not going to take them long to get it. They have deployed ferocious force 150,000 troops. They've got superior weaponry, and so you see all these grim pictures of the Ukrainians and bomb shelters and kind of hunkering down, but according to news reports and apparently according to intelligence estimates, it's only going to be three to four days before the Russians are in Kyiv and Putin is having breakfast in Kyiv. Now what to me is really disturbing and this is really shows the shift in our culture is the way in which various figures in the media and entertainment even in politics are talking about this in a manner that suggests a complete lack of seriousness about foreign policy. A lack of understanding, a lack of comprehension and a kind of inane projection of local concerns that have to do with political correctness and other kinds of nonsense on to Putin and onto Russia and onto a global stage that doesn't really see things this way. I'll talk about power politics in the moment, but let me just read a few things that I've been seeing and hearing his joy behar. She's a little upset about what's happening in Ukraine. She says, this could kind of shake up the map of Europe and Italy. She goes, I've been planning a vacation to Italy. This could interfere with that. This is joy behar. Apparently it all comes down to joy behar's vacation. Then we have a guy also on social media, an academic of some sort and he goes, well, you know, Putin, yeah, where does he get the arrogance to do this kind of thing? It's probably because of white supremacy, Putin's white. Could he really do this if he were black or if you were brown, and I'm thinking to myself, how out of it is this type of analysis? I mean, it's one thing to, you know, talk like this at oberlin or bowdoin college, but to put this out when we're discussing a serious international event. I mean, people are even talking addressing Putin directly I've seen some videos of this effect and they're talking to Putin like he's some woke graduate of like Yale and that he cares about how you feel or how the Ukrainians feel or how the world they keep hearing with the world will not forgive you. The world. As if Putin is sitting around, yeah, well, what is the world think about what I'm doing? This does not enter into his brain at all.
Joy Behar Complains War Activity Is Affecting Her Trip to Italy
"Very serious analysis about Russians, Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Estimates are 50,000 Ukrainians will be dead or wounded. Yeah. And that this is going to start a humanitarian crisis, a refugee crisis in Europe. We're talking about 5 million people that are going to be displaced. I mean, it's heartbreaking to hear what is going to happen. No. Well, I'm scared of what's going to happen in Western Europe too. Yeah. You know, you just, you plan a trip, you want to go there. I want to go to Italy for four years. I haven't been able to make it because of the pandemic. And now this, you know, it's like, what's going to happen there? My gosh, what a crisis. What a nightmare for joy behar. She can't go vacation in Italy.
Adam Kinzinger on 'The View' Warns of a Civil War
"Adam kinger on the view today there's very few places where I would not want to be seen in the view as one of them but Adam king singer he can't be seen in a lot of places so he figures let me go to the view I mean after all we have Whoopi Goldberg is suspended because of her anti semitic remarks We've got joy behar there who says the most heinous things and so forth and so on so why shouldn't I show up after I'm Adam king's ear Cut 9 go You said you fear that there's a real possibility that a Civil War could happen again and that our basic survival is at stake What makes you think it could get to that point Because I think we have to recognize that possibility in the past I've said oh we don't want to talk about it because I don't want to make it likely Well let's look at where we are A Civil War isn't what it was in the 19th century It's not stayed against state blue against gray It's going to be armed groups against armed groups targeted assassination violence That's what a 21st and 20th century Civil War is I don't think we have to say we're identifying now by our race by our ethnic group we're separated ourselves and we live in different realities I don't think it's too far of a bridge to think that's a possibility And I think we have to warn and talk about it So who has said that before
Liberal Hack Harasses Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin for Being Maskless in Grocery Store
"I noticed some liberal hack in a grocery store in Alexandria Virginia was harassing the new Republican governor He wasn't wearing a mask And of course she was And she should Matter of fact she should wear a bag over her head As so many liberals should as a matter of fact have you noticed as a rule mister producer conservatives or more attractive looking than liberals Have you noticed that in about 8 to ten pounds lighter I've noticed this I have noticed this Anyway so she's in a grocery store and she starts yelling at the governor She sounds like joy behar So with her voice all so the cats start meowing and the dogs start barking in the mice run for the hills with that kind of voice Sort of Brian stelter and address Brian not that there's anything wrong with that mind you Anyway so you know he's not wearing a mask and look around You everybody's wearing a mask Shut up you idiot No he didn't apple or something Then she makes another snarky
Dinesh and Daughter Danielle Discuss the Left's Distorted View of the Working Class
"It's been really fun to have my daughter Danielle de Sousa Gil in town. We've been hanging out and we're about to head to California. The whole gang because we're doing some filming there for this new movie. But I thought it'd be fun to talk on the podcast today about an interesting article that it just came across about the culture war. Now, the culture war is thought to be a war over values. The leftist promoting progressive values, the right is promoting conservative values and I think the interesting thing Danielle about this is that a lot of people on the left think that working class people are economically liberal. But socially conservative. And the left thinks, wait a minute, why do these working class people always want to vote for their values, things like they don't like the gays? They all for guns there. They're religious fanatics. Why don't they vote their economic interests? We the Democrats are willing to give them all these benefits, but evidently those benefits are are not appealing. So what is what is wrong with this liberal logic that sees the working class as deluded and incapable of understanding its own interests? Well, the left always thinks that they know what's best. They always think that the leftist and leads like joy behar know what's best for people who are these maybe working class. I wouldn't say that actually they are mostly liberal because we've seen so many more people moving to the conservative side just because of this because they've realized that it's the conservative method that helps them to do better, whereas this idea that just getting by on welfare that whatever the left is offering them is obviously not working for them. So I think that they would know what's best, not these other experts who would be telling them what's
Joy Behar Is Disappointed More Artists Don't Pull From Spotify Over Misinformation Controversy
"Here's another dummy, joy behar. Completely lacking any kind of self awareness. Over what she is advocating. She is advocating that people bully Joe Rogan into being canceled. Here was joy behar yesterday on ABC TVs, the view. Let's say if they put their money where their mouth is, and a lot of people, I was disappointed, contrary to you. I was disappointed that more musicians and singers, et cetera, did not pull out. They're on Twitter all the time, trashing people who don't get vaccinated. And then they keep their music there. This would have been a good opportunity to show what you believe in. And I didn't say it. But I only saw two people from the 60s and 70s. Let's see some young people. Let's see Taylor. And those guys stand. Right, joy? Shut down and censure and cancel speech you disagree with.
'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community
"Here is an exchange between joy behar and sunny hostin yesterday on the view. Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now, it's so important that this is happening on in a time where we can get another liberal. And of course, the representation more than anything you pointed out, first black woman, there's only been two black men in. Those numbers are a little shocking. And one doesn't really represent the black community. No. One doesn't really represent the black community. I'm apologized. I don't have the right cut sheet here, guys. There's a mistake on my sheet. That was cut 5. That was 5? Oh, that was 6. One doesn't really represent the black community. That's sunny hostin and Sarah Haines. Now let's go to the right cut with joy behar and sunny hostin cut 5. Hate that somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she's a white woman who they say well, go against abortion rights, and she's a woman. So that was deliberate, I think. Clarence Thomas, a black guy, a black man, a justice, okay? I'll give it to him. He's a smart guy, but he is to the right of attila the hum this guy, and they put him in there thinking, oh, a black man will go against voting rights. Which is what he does. And it was a.
Joy Behar Tries Giving a Lackluster Analysis of the Supreme Court
"I don't know where joy behar lives In some sewer system Nonetheless here she is cut 12 go That somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she's a white woman Yeah Who they say well she go against abortion rights and she's a woman So that was deliberate I think Clarence Thomas a black guy Okay okay hold on a second I'm no fan these days of her Barrett I think she's she's been I think she's betrayed a lot of people in terms of her application of the constitution But I think she was put in the air because she's a woman You're not allowed to say that you idiot She's a birthing person I think she was put in there so she goes against abortion rights and she can chase she's a women We're deep thinking As she slobbers her way
Joy Behar Defends Illegal Immigrant Who Followed Senator Into the Bathroom
"Joy. Behar that big mouth on the view on. Abc little what she had to say about the illegal immigrant. Who was standing in the in the in the bathroom in facing the stall where kirsten senate cinema had to go to the bathroom. And they're they're bullying her and they're attacking her and it's so funny. They're the ones who are so triggered by bullying. They are what they accuse us of being. They are what they accuse us of being guilty of and joy behar got a big platform. Blonde people watch the view. Listen to her miserable. Pathetic defense of the still unnamed illegal. Who is this woman. Has she been prosecuted. It is against the law. You know to go barging into a ladies restroom. There was a guy standing there shooting the camera there are four or five of them intimidating senator cinema and it seems reasonable thing. She had a fear for her safety. I can promise you. Joy behar got changed into a restroom. The police would be called and somebody would be arrested as they should be. Nobody should do this to anybody but yet the left is so despicable. They're willing to defend it. Satellite is mia all over the place. She's not around. They call her to have a meeting. They tried to get her on the phone. She doesn't she she's like missing person. So this is the only alternative they have. But what wow. And she only alternative they have they gotta go sit with her. In the stall. When she's urinating was she goes to the bathroom. We have to go in there and yell at her. Because that's the only alternative they have because she's not giving press conferences and she's not talking to people like we want her to.
Imagine What Would Happen if Kamala Harris Was Chased Into a Bathroom...
"I want you to imagine for just a moment what would happen. If kamala harris got chased into the ladies room imagine if comma harris got hounded and harassed in a ladies restroom the new york times would be apoplectic. joy behar would be hyperventilating. They'd have to bring out a brown paper bag for joy behar to breathe into if one of the democrat icons got stalked and harassed in the ladies bathroom but no no no no no that the rules are different because the rules here. Say if you're on the left you can bully. You can taught you can intimidate. You can get people fired. You can get people canceled. You can scream. You can yell. You can assault. George floyd gets killed. Go beat up some white people.
Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19
"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the two of you to step out for a second okay two of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the two hosts who tested positive I met Donahue
"behar" Discussed on The View
"Writes it on. Bathroom walls well anyway so. I guess that i would lie tab. Well mel brooks has never been on. I'm one him on. Yeah he's he's ninety five nap now. Yeah he's again. he never was easy to get. I tried on all the shows. I had to get him on and he never would come on you. Know there's of ageism and television certain point although betty white they have iran in the second. Yeah have you had gene smart on the show. Yes we did zoom. It's not the same thing as in do you wear the have you ever been caught doing something on zoom because you thought they couldn't see you constantly. I'm always looking down at my computer while they're talking and then the director of my ears like you're on your on so. Have you ever seen me like that. You know what. I've been doing all know people text we during the show make comments my friends. You can do it to do it. i will. i had so much fun. Blessed kevin mccarthy and ginger jordan this part of me that enjoys that oh yeah oh they deserve it. Yeah exactly it's clear you enjoy it but But in a good way. I don't wanna talk politics the whole show. We always gonna talk some politics. Because that's what sunny likes to do and right. Anna anna comes on. She likes to do in. I like into sure. But i don't enjoy it when it's too far in the weeds. Then it feels like a civics class and meet the press. You remember obvious to say this is not meet the press and then the other quote from her is i live in wyoming. Why do i care about what happened in new york that day. Yeah she's got a good point she did she did. I actually miss her. Yeah i know. I miss you. She she. She gave us all such a great opportunity. She really did and she like you said was a trailblazer and she got a you know went through an awful lot for other women to have the opportunities that they had so i. She did not have an easy time. She had to deal with the about male chauvinism and sexual harassment matching. What went on in those days. Oh my nobody was watching. And nobody cared. And women have no recourse. You know just a kitchen exactly. And that's pretty courageous. She never gave up on the end. She she beat them all at their own stupid game. She did when she was with harry reasoner and she was the was. The big headline was that she was making a million dollars. I don't remember them saying that. Harry reason was making any money or the mike. Wallace was making what was their salaries. I never heard that before iraq. Because she was a woman they will. Wow exactly or that. Somehow there was something wrong about that too. Like oh i remember that with katie couric. They were all this talk about her salary. Yom same kind of thing. I know it is. It's totally a sexist. does right. yeah yeah we put up with plenty all right meredith on. I love you. I'll see.
"behar" Discussed on The View
"And we we were good together in a certain. Yeah that's absolutely. And i think barbara could see that bob persona and then she was only twice a week and exam three times a week or was it the other way around. I think it started with you twice and then the audience really responded to you. Yeah so they added more of you. And then and then barbara barbara would went through periods. She was on every day and then she went through periods which was just occasionally but i think she and she'd be the first admitted she. I think she liked sorry. Answer it. it's by dr. I'll wait. Dr richard maybe shan. Answer it we've been on for. I can't believe. I was so quick to just shut them off like oh it's just my husband's pulmonologist. We've we've been down this road many times. Why here's lung problems. He had an embolism of fumes. Lau yeah yeah. I mean he's fine. He's fine but you know. I think one of the problems with ms is lack of mobility. And if you're not constantly moving you can get dvd's in your and then part of that broke off and went up to as long as i mean he's fine. He's trooper though he is. He's the and tastic fantastic guy. now he is. He is as steve. He is safe in both of those guys that the real they are. You know they're just good people and they aided in they're very what steve cbs'. So funny enriches pretty funny to. Yeah very funny. I really think that being funny and a man in a relationship is a great thing. It's i too because we already are funny. You and i so it would be awful. If they will duds. I couldn't take it day and a little bit of. I like a little sarcasm. I look just enough. That i think that goes a long way. So a little sarcasm not a lot. No just a little bit me. You're one of those people who's highly teachable. Yes by some people like you. Is there any guests that you still crave to have on the show that shows i've seen the show is sort of must tv. Certainly all politicians tip right now. It is for the kind of stuff we're doing and then genre. I think i think that in the fall. We should make it more relatable there many people today we talked about whether you would like to have criticism from your ex husband. I think that's a fun topic to you. Know an interesting topic that people can relate to you getting divorced. Or if you've ever broke up with somebody did you. Do you ever talk to your ex. Well he once you have a child with someone there never got. It's yeah i have my once my kid but you know i see him once in a while. I had zero interest in him. Yeah well. I didn't expect that you did. I wondered if you would accept criticism him. No because it's not objective. I have i can. I can do my own criticism of myself. I don't need him to tell me. I i knew i was wrong in certain ways. Yes i know ask steve. He'll tell you.
"behar" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"The i would say our disease attention and our need for For pictures in the case of social media Bad but something more profound than that. So what am i especially in designing for the home. So we've done all these projects you know. The samsung the frame of the august. Smart lock is actually went. Technology enters our lives. I wanted to be discouraged. I think technology shouldn't be distracting especially in our home life in our in our in our home environment. And so you know the kids. Stop asking you to turn on the tv. When on the tv's static beautiful image over painting or photograph You know if you're if you're entering and leaving your home you can make lots more practical easier to do. But that we might. My big dream was that people would be able to get to their homes and not use their phone. Not use a key in order to get in and i think in this case you remove complexity you may remove friction in order for people to focus on what's important you know being at home being with family Again sort of getting away from the distraction elements so i think the ethics are absolutely critical and designers have a fundamental role to play at the product definition You know which which is where you try to steer you know project so they will be cognizant of people's true needs and people's aspirations I think. I think that is critical. Lose one more example about the ethics of design. And i've been for a few years now. We do a number of Of sustainability stability projects with large an and large companies like l'oreal and others Who might cetera and what we discovered And this is not a doesn't come from us that comes from from institutions who say eighty percent of the sustainability decisions made in a project happened in the design phase meaning early phase of creation development an execution and so designers other designers and have the ability to advocate to push for the right materials processes Do open up The possibilities to to create something that will be more enviro environmentally conscious and so. I think it's absolutely critical. You know that role that the designer has early on..
"behar" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"And i were a team of seventy five people or so and you know for me. Creativity as always happen anywhere It really you know doesn't happen. It doesn't have to happen in my office or at my desk. What i get inspired to though isn't so much of a language of forms or visuals or looking at nature you know and it's really much more about big ideas that are out there and how transformative those ideas would be. If they were well-designed. I think one of the core responsibilities as a designer is really we you see these emerging ideas that are critical in first century. You know The electrifying of Of of of the grid. Our vehicles the Sustainability and a low carbon footprints type products in experiences. He's critical ideals. But if they're badly designed if you know both the business and the product on the features and the offering is badly designed you as a designer may be actually pushing back that idea that important i Generational idea by by years and decades and so it's really critical to design these new experiences in ways that they stick. You know if. I think about tesla you know a lot of bad. Electric cars came out before that weren't marketing. Marketed rights that were very lowest common denominator and the whole electric car. Space was a bit of a joke amid was a helpful thing but not one that we all believed would be where where it is now and so you know designing the product rights aiming at the right type of customer. You know has created the biggest transformation in the automobile fields. And when i think about health and healthcare when i think about telehealth when i think about sustainability in the greening of our economy the right design Is going to be different for all these different companies that are that are aspiring to connect with their customers But the winners are going to be the ones who really tap into Into the to the culture and the mindsets and and make that step forward Successful so That's a long answer. I have a lot of long answers. So i'd appreciate that You going back to your comment regarding finding in fulfilling unmet needs and pinup man. What's your view on the potential negative impacts that that might have. How do you think about the ethics design with regard to intent who's intent and what that might be based on so so again as as you point out right now the the definition of design if you if you go back to the origin of the origin of the word is intent. What is your intense noise. Your intent to keep people in infinite loop of distraction. Which is i think what you're talking about in terms of doom or is your intend to create an environment that's going to be a healthy and and and really sort of fulfill nods..
The View Co-Host Joy Behar Makes Incoherent Statements on Cuba and U.S.
"Cut five go. You know I despise a dictatorship. I despise authoritarianism. And I do not want the people. First of all as you're splattering with your spittle all over the place. You do not despise dictatorship or despise authoritarianism. If it's dressed up and Bernie Sanders or AOC or dressed up Democrat Will be marching behind them. Go ahead. Offer under that repressive regime. I do believe that the black AIDS need to be lifted so that the people don't see you see, the blockades need to be lifted so that people don't suffer. That's the problem are blockades. Blockades are the problem. I heard Nikki Haley early, Did they say When it comes to medicine and that sort of thing. We don't prevent that getting into Cuba and that people are tired of the failure of their health care system. Because Bernie Sanders type Obamacare is a failure. It doesn't work under any system. Go ahead. Move down there. It's outrageous, and you know what's outrageous. We're preventing food from getting to Cuba. We're not preventing food from getting to Cuba. Go ahead. This is why I rail against voters rights in this country because it is a it is a slippery slope to a dictatorship when people can't vote. And we have to watch our own democracy. A very carefully right now. You are such a buffoon. People can't vote in this country. If we take the numbers that have been presented to us, more people voted than ever before in American
Meghan McCain Says She's Quitting 'the View' in Late July
"The most conservative member of the view is taking her leave after four years Megan McCain is fading out of the view the outspoken right wing commentator says she will leave the show when its current season ends this month the daughter of late Arizona senator John McCain teased her co host saying that they had another month to find a little more before she departs as the only conservative on the panel of the ABC show she did not have to offer an invite she's had her share of contentious clashes with will be Goldberg joy Behar and others but it isn't a difference of opinion driving McCain's decision to leave the show's been done remotely sensed the pandemic and became the mother of a baby daughter says she did not want to commute from the Washington DC area when the show returns to its New York studios I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Joy Behar Tells "Inappropriate" Joke About Gay NFL Player Carl Nassib
"Well, the most quote unquote woke person on that panel is Joy Behar, right? Professional victim, Joy Behar, and she was talking about the story that there's an NFL player. That announced yesterday that he is gay Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib. He announced that he was gay, and he becomes the first active NFL player. To come out as gay. A couple other guys have came out after their careers. And if you remember Michael Sam never made the the opening day roster, so he was never on an active roster. Really? So the Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib is this guy that's been in the league comes out on. Social media says that he's gay. So Joy Behar Says this today. Las Vegas. Okay, spread, you know, Anna and after after they said, penetration in the end zone, they lost me. So funny. Is this a sign that this A little awkward pause there at the end. Wow, She's yucking it up, makes the penetration joke because the guy comes out as gay whatever. It's a cheap shot. But again, I'm looking for some consistency. Imagine what would happened if that were Laura Ingraham that said that or that were Dana Perino That said that There would be people in all these networks demanding they be fired all the advertisers demanding that they pull their money from this kind of stuff, But because it's the left, and there are different rules for the left. Joy Behar just gets a little chuckle, and nothing's going
Sex and the City Is Coming Back
"Sex and the city is coming back. You guys parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis confirmed it with this teaser. They're bringing the show back to life on. Hbo maxima. here's a twist for one thing. The show has a new name. It's called and just like that. The other big changes. That kim cottrell will not be back. As samantha. super surprise about that part of it. But you guys here for this look. I think everybody has been waiting for this to happen for a very long time. Where that you like. The series are not whether you like the movies are not you know a character. You still know which character that you are. This show holds a place. And everybody's heart. I don't care who you are man ads. but also what if your character doesn't come back. Like i'm a combination of carrying samantha. So half of me is no longer in this series. And i think you know what i mean like me. That really upsets me. I i found out about this late yesterday was like what's going on. I didn't fully understand what was going on. I'm here for it. But the fact that they're trying to use a different title and try to differentiate from sex in the city as much as possible. I just feel like is the juice worth the squeeze like you have such an iconic franchise you did the show for however many seasons. You have two movies the second movie we let pass because whatever we're super fans and we didn't care as much as we should now to revamp it in like a smaller scale with only three of the women when it's really about the four of them and then also to know that whatever feud has gone on behind the scenes is so bad that somebody will not return sort of just jolts. I don't know the the magic of it all a little bit. Like do people want no samantha. In this show one time samantha. But i i. I love the other girls enough that i told him away without her own. No the problem is the show is called. Sex city remarried broadband. We know nobody's having sex in that city. Okay so give me somebody. I need you to cast somebody. Who's going to be that young sexy siren that's going to actually explore the city as a single woman and have these women go ahead and kind of guide her through now over the years i will say sex in the city has gotten a little bit of pushback because of their lack of diversity this is. Hbo's chance and sexy cities chance to show that they can cast somebody in that role at all. I want is a quarterly simmons or isa raid in that role. We had you know. I love the. I also think it's one of those things. Where if you're not gonna bring samantha back and i know i read a little bit about the show this morning. And it says it's about the women navigating friendships in their fifties. Then i think that you need to also include losing friends. People throughout their life people who have been friends for twenty years. If you're no longer going to have samantha around. I don't wanna hear that samantha's in la or central pay or dating. Some man tell us that samantha went awol. And y'all are not cool anymore. Like i love that. And pretend she's gone and it's all fine also. Don't you think that some are Critic his character is going to be like the one divorce because she's so least likely to be divorced. They've gotta have a good twist. They're already been divorced. she's dead. She converted also watch your language. Watch your language because you keep on saying if you're not gonna have some antibac- if you're not going to invite her in samantha. Was the one kristen her name. I'm i can into the one who said she would never do. Another sex in the city again never wanted to play that character again. It was not her. She wanted to move on. So we can't because a lot of people are pointing fingers at sarah jessica parker a nephew of why shouldn't come back but she said she wasn't going to come. Was it on like kim yet. Her but there was. She couldn't get the last. I think we're done with samantha. They hate each other and the fact that they hate each other to the extent that they hate each other and we still don't really know why is fascinating to me couple. Let's get a couple like major things about the story. What do you think so you think you guys both in kristen's karat. Why can blink charlotte. You think charlottesville. What about big and kerry together or broken up together can carry gonna be together. I don't think it's going to be. I think the new adventures are gonna come with the new woman. I think we're going to get the fashion. I think we're going to get the city. And i also think we're going to get a diverse for the character that we have always need it in this series or something like twenty twenty one like i think it's i think it's just give me comoro. You like let me get my life. Yeah i'm excited about this. I am excited to see what it's gonna be and how they're gonna do it. I'm sure it's going to be good no matter what the way. Let's be honest if kim control really wanted to come back on this show. They would have done it. She worked the last two seasons not liking. Sarah jessica parker joy behar and go back and rosie o'donnell crossing each other at a table for three years. These two can be on together at young to be kuenz. Has no interest was over sad. Can
Joy Behar tells Meghan McCain ‘I did not miss you’ following maternity leave
"Joy behar is one of the co host of the view. She's one of the more outspoken liberal co host and she was talking to her other co host meghan mccain who is more conservative on the view megan mccain had been out for baby leave and she was back on the show. This week track right. I'm somebody raised me so much when i was on maternity leave. You missed me so much. You missed fighting with me on this issue as someone who watches have you quite a bit or at least the clips online. I really don't think any of those other co host meghan mccain. My my mom is a big view watcher. And so she would watch especially when meghan mccain started and my mom is not a big fan of making mccain. I don't think my mom would mind me saying that. And she would be like she don't need to be on the show and we will talk about it but now it seemed like those other ladies do not really do not get
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"So what how you keep yourself learning new things and in particular. Is there anything in the past five years that you've learned that changed your life unexpectedly and for the better yes About about food food intake. I was chronically overweight and You know liked food. But i would eat. I was nervous eater. And since i am an anxiety field person. I'm always pushing myself. Which creates internal anxiety. Sometimes a lot actually and so food became that goto thing and so. I finally came to the conclusion that i needed to do something. I didn't know what to do. And my wife kept pushing me said howard. Why don't you try weight watchers. And i said wait. Why should for a bunch of women battle women. I don't wanna do that. And i'm not going to those damn meetings for me. And and she says don't really why don't you just take a look so i did. I went to a meeting. And i said okay i do. They like it was okay. I came back. And then i came back and i got on the system and you know something every saturday morning right now. It's online at seven thirty. I have a weight watchers meeting. Then i go to. I cannot tell you how much i look forward to that. And and it's changed my life about how i ate and it made me conscious but food that i'm putting in my mouth and i thought that i would have done something like that and you know another thing. You know recycling my age weight over thought about restricting anything. Well i have six branch and might you know. They halted today in school. They learn about environment recite honest and they were challenged me every time. They saw me doing something. There wasn't keeping keeping at the environment. And i learned from it. You learn all the time if you just open your heart open ears. Open your eyes you know. I want to be learning something when they're put that last nail in the box our which is southern a very long time now and howard behar addition to writing your own very fine books including it's not about the coffee leadership principles from.
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"The less early howard behar. You are on if i might say the older side a point in life where people traditionally or retired impressed. They still often do retire. What is your thinking about how you can serve uniquely ineffectively in this time of life. How can you best at value at this time in life and who were exemplars. You think of in this respect. Well i think that I'm seventy three seventy six tomorrow actually and You know i'm gonna tell a really story. So when i retired from starbucks rallies took us to tell people you're not starbucks and starbucks is not you know we brought you to starbucks because of who you already were and when you leave starbucks you still. You may learn the things which are still a whole human bay. and so. don't get trapped into this. i am starbucks. And that's all there is in life. But i fell into the trap in starbucks was much my company as it was howard show company. I loved it. I loved the people it. It was one of those things that just fit me like a glove. The coffee business. You know whoever thought. And so i- retire and i was kind of angry at the time. This was a two thousand seven eight nine because anger that we played up all those people when we didn't have to has mad at our and i go to bed angry at wake up angry and i was. I had just lost sight of everything you know i. I've been pretty introspective. My whole life and i've always got outside help when needed. It and i was depressed seriously. Depressed and.
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"I do everything with a purpose greater than myself with passion with persistence with patients with coir with performance and for people and i live by this dark. So if i'm talking to say today. I say go online. You'll get a list of three to four. Hundred core are valued outta those three hundred narrow down to start with fifty. Get down to fifty words of match your core and that for fifty get it down to ten but our real core values. It doesn't mean that there aren't other guys that you live by but the ones that are really core to who you are and that take those and define what they need to you and how they will inform the decisions and the actions to will take your land and write a personal mission. Statement wiring live on this earth. Why are you on this earth and you know and how you wanna live your life. You know those things about yourself because they should direct how you spend your time and where you work and who you will work with and hulu chooses a partner in your life and how you raise your kids how you vote how you treat your family how you treat your friends with all you know would have done howard be your career looking back. What would you tell the twenty year. Old howard behar. Do this work earlier. This work earlier doc. You can do this work. Fifteen or twelve. You could begin this process of knowing yourself and understand yourself in carving out this place in the world and your work on servant leadership for the past. Thirty plus years are there significant matters relating to leadership and management and communications about which. You've changed your mind. Yes yes In my early days. I was president of a company Real estate company real estate development company. And i became president. Never been president. You're talking to a guy that barely got out of high. School had a couple of years of community college and ever get an opportunity president of a public company. But i was and the company was in trouble and we had to figure out what to do and.
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"General accolades. It's about it's a value system of leadership without going into. Partisan questions of people would argue. That i would include myself in this. That american politics has shown very little in the way of servant leadership for a very long time irrespective of partisan preferences only agree with that. How do we get howard b. r. by holding accountable but not accepting not accepting things that are out of the realm of servant leadership. You know it's is it. You're catching me at one of these time or i'm really been really frustrated because everything that's been happening goes so goes against my values. Just not my not democrat republican kind of things but against the things that i think that our human values you know and i think that we're teaching our kids the wrong lesson. We're teaching the kids yelling and screaming that abusive other people greed is is okay and it's not in our country cannot survive now. It will not sure by that way. It's what happened in wrong. It's what happened in greece. It happened throughout the centuries and You know we. We have to wake up and understand that each of us has a responsibility. The other person living in this country and as a matter the most important personal. We're going to have to lead ourselves right. We have to hold ourselves accountable to how we treat other people and it's hard right now when you see when you see our our political later. Some business leaders might do that. A lot of we'll be hard. That's a good place to move a few questions about your own life and work. You're a corporate executive consultant writer speaker. So the golden thread through all that is that you're an educator what do you seek to impart the young people in their twenty say as they prepare for the future in this highly uncertain time Number one know yourself. I understand who you are i have. You can't see it right in front of me. I have a piece of paper Eight by ten or whatever to in on this piece of paper it has three calms or dot com three little sections. The first section is my mission statement. The second section is what i call howard core values and the third section is how i knew everything and i've had this thing for forty five years and i've changed some things now and but then i have a quote on the back. Remind me that. I can change anytime i want. And but my mission statement in light is to live my life everyday gertrude. Inspiring the human spirit of myself and others. And then my quarterbacks are honesty fairness respect for solve another responsibility integrity trusted so another carrying in love though. That's how i do things how i might. So those things are not just by their actions and decisions right. They're not just a word that are honesty is an act that you do some something are and so. I try to when i go when i go to both this year. I look republican democrat right. I look at these core bags as i say to these people match those core bags. And that's how i wrote. You don't always know. and.
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"I kept pushing this. We've got to think differently about this now. Howard became a greg searle leader over time as he understood it and he exempted he practiced it and learn about it. But at the beginning. Wasn't that way. And there are lots of people that push back against me even even people at different levels of the organization. I was always amazed at that. But that's the way that it is. You know some people. What they i was giving a speech at the university of washington and my wife and i had sponsored this class between master's level business students masters level social work students and i was trying to get them to understand each other to create a common language. Because they don't understand them very each other very well and one guy stood up. And we're talking about. He said you know. I just can't. That's not how i can live. I coached yells screams and tells me i'm no good. Or bump that motivates me. I said well you know different strokes for different folks in. He served so that maybe wait now. But i could. I said well you know. I i appreciate that. You probably would not be good working when my organization and because that's the way he would treat people. You mentioned how these concepts apply all throughout our lives with fanling community and so on. How does the digital culture affect servant leadership as a practical matter. Well it's interesting you know..
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"I will tell you this that during the two thousand seven eight nine recession starbucks in new a good job of being servant lead i. I was really disappointed in what we did. But that time i was i was just on the board and Wait wait went through a lot of layoffs. Now so we're going to have layoffs because we're close six hundred stores. You know that you're going to have that kind of last but we we laid off a lot of people that should be laid off because we're worried about the stock price. We weren't going to go broke. We had no debt. We had cash in the bank. And we're still profitable but but we didn't live up to what i felt was several leadership now. During this time they absolutely lived up to serve leadership they they've added laugh a few people but very people even kemp bar aces on the payroll and gave them health insurance when they weren't on the payroll and they did the thanks to to our human beings our bihar. Let's dig deeper into the excellent observation you made about the history of servant leaders and served leadership. Who are some examples that you would point to from history to help people understand what servant leadership can be. Well you know. Couple come to mind when gandhi was definitely a servant leader he. I'll all there to serve the people of india and everybody understood that. And that's how acted mother. Theresa servants later schindler. Rob your memory. Movie schindler's list absolutely shearman. Later you know could help save hundreds thousands of jewish people because of what he did in the chances he took all throughout history. We've had those people In other ones that i would. I think today in the business world. Jim senegal from costco them. Bruce nordstrom nordstrom servant leader. Let's see who else Gosh what's his name from. What went for boeing to four Omega dirty not mcenery. Now the former city oh yes. He went from boeing and went to four. he was a servant leader at balling. I remember sitting around the table and he was talking to a bunch of people that worked at boeing. And he wasn't there. And i and i said is who is the leader at boeing. You'll all respect and why and without question the all mentioned this guy's name. So sorry. I'm trying to bite me so boeing ceo's anyway but but they all said exactly the same thing that it was this person i said why he said because we know he cares about us well. Let's talk about appointed some of their critics make about servant leadership as actionable concept some argue that serve leaders such as the ones you mentioned particularly gandhi. Who's i guess. The ultimate level. They feel that. Those models aren't necessarily widely applicable so for example would you say that winston churchill was servant leader..
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"All by the way You know the bible still will agreed and but it was and then along the way as human beings to build there were servant leaders along but there are also autocratic leaders and the interesting thing is not much change. We have the same thing today. We have some people that think that they're there to be served and some people that understand their to sir but yeah it's thousands of years old. It's it's probably from the beginning of humankind. She'll if one has a servant leadership model it sounds as though because that's so laser focused on those one is serving whether it's colleagues employers and employees and so on a customers that it might encompass a whole range of specific leadership and management approaches. How do you think about that. Servant leadership is just a Words to describe how how we how we live our lives you know an example you know servant leadership goes on families we would call it that but where parents are there to help their kids get what they want an eat out. Alight and trying to develop kids that are responsible and care about other people Absolutely it's it's it's universal and so conscious. Capitalism was an offshoot of servant leadership back and john mackey created those words conscious capitalism in. He almost use the word servant capitalism. So how did you apply this principle in your executive positions at starbucks. Well it was just the way that i talk about it that mike michael was always you know not to make more productive people at a p more make people more productive..
"behar" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"The break fundamentally shoot no or people be thinking if there's an audience bip to govern themselves to rule themselves to i believe they my opponents do not. I believe in the right to the people. I believe again that the american people are capable of self-control and learning by that mistake. Welcome to the podcast on your host. James struck as we get started male. Ask a favor. Please help us reach a growing audience. Giving us a high rating on itunes with us. Today is the highly respected business leader. Howard behar hailed as a hero of conscious. Capitalism passionate advocate for leading with purpose and devoted student and teacher of the leadership of the servant leadership. Model howard behar inspires everyone to be a servant leader and to lead with their values i. He's the author of the bestseller. It's not about the coughing leadership principles from a life at starbucks. Howard behar started working a starbucks in nineteen eighty nine when the company had just begun to venture outside the american not west region initially serving as vice president of sales and operations e grew the retail business from twenty eight to more than four hundred stores by the time. He was named president of starbucks coffee. International in nineteen ninety-five under behar's leadership starbucks opened. Its first location in tokyo in nineteen ninety six following this historic opening over the next three years introduced the starbucks brand across asia and the united kingdom after a two year hiatus. He returned to starbucks as president of starbucks north america until his retirement in march two thousand seven he also served for twelve years as a director of the company. Howard behar welcome to the served. Delete podcast thank you very much. Howard how do you define servant leadership. This is an important concept a lot about that. You're leading proponent of well it's the desire to serve rather rather than lead you want to serve. I and laid second and It's basic town of resist. The you know. If if you're leading an organization right your whole began with the idea that you serve your people first before they serve the organization. If you help your people get what they want what they need at a life and you help them be better human beings than they'll return that favor by serving the organization many leaders think it's the other way around that they're there to be served but it's my belief and a lot other people's believed that that is an old approach to how leadership shouldn't be done in today's world. You know you kind of wonder you know. Are people really getting it or not. But i i'm committed to add it works and it's it's not manipulative. It's it's how it should be living our lives. It's not just a leadership Idea it's a it's an idea for a living your life. There's a lot in there howard. Let's unpack it a little bit to take advantage of your tremendous experience. Thought on this. Do you recall when you first became aware of this as a concept. Nineteen about nineteen seventy by and the guy that i was working for. I was about Just a month. Thirty years old..
"behar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I heard joy Behar talk about John Locke when we say when we saw what they call a social contract I believe it was John Locke who I dated by the way you know that you have a soul the social contract that you signed so you have to follow you know you can't drive if you're drunk you have to wear a seatbelt you're not allowed to smoke in public things like that and then you sign those sinks on away your freedom in a way should be restricted in your car first John Locke was born in sixteen thirty two and passed in seventeen oh four he's considered the underpinnings of classical liberalism not classical liberalism is not what we know is liberalism today classical liberalism is very much how you might think of yourself if you listen to the show somebody of a sound mind somebody who believes in reason who believes in in rational thought classical liberalism is not liberalism with a capital L. top classic liberalism is conservatism or at least should be and other people described it with was slight variations but for the for the for the basics on this well let's let's go with what I just when you're born in sixteen thirty two and you pass in seventeen oh four the social contract is not about wearing a seatbelt in your car just so we're all perfectly clear the very concept of the social contract the very concept of this is not about as joy Behar stated in the taking away of rights I mean listen to how she did exist right now you can drive it out of your drug you have to wear a seatbelt you're.
"behar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Yeah we are watching the view in horror with joy Behar on hers right that's joy Behar any and so here's the problem the interview Jonathan Karl earlier today I here's the problem joy Behar is their audience V. thank the the the producers of cable news television programs executives of cable news networks publishers and editors of major newspapers like The Washington Post The New York Times they love joy Behar they're playing to the joy Behar crowd they actually care what joy Behar things they don't care what you think they are not playing to you we enjoy they are says I want the reporters that column out on his lies there nodding in approval saying we should do that we really should do that see that's that's really the problem here with the I don't care what joy Behar cared as says about these press briefings I care what you think now me personally I think the briefings are quite good until the reporter start then it all goes downhill the reporters start it vague gauge in divisive partisan political quit because that's what they know their political reporters they're not health policy reporters they're not economics reporters they're not they're not trained in this they've been hired and trained up on a certain skill set to to cover politics national politics partisan politics presidential politics it's of course every question is going to be filtered through that lens that's fine but it doesn't help you it doesn't help us if we're tuning in to get information about the coronavirus and our federal government's response to it and how we get out of this thing and when the president stands up there and says well listen we got to start thinking about how we get out of this and get our economy back up what they start arguing with him it's not their job but they're arguing with him because joy Behar wants him to argue with him and that's the problem what what do you say what can be done to fix these things if you think they need fixing if not I do think I listen Fay in Woodbridge what do you say online six FE fail you've you're happy when these dust ups occur with recommended at.
"behar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I know I was so what we are you what year is twenty nine it was a Halloween party a win as a beautiful African woman black can you repeat that one more time for us joy it was a Halloween party I went as a beautiful African woman black I think the I think the follow common is is the the singer yeah that was raven Simone when she was on the view yeah so yeah this is obviously something that happened and will be I'm sorry if you don't think that's black face the that's the literal definition of black face a maybe your memories not announce that working out so sharp there the duplicity though that's just what it it's it's exhausting yeah I know but of course very entertaining stuff joy Behar of course also telling Americans this week basically it what telling people on the view dealt tell people that you want to take their guns that's the strategy for electoral victory of course pining over the loss of a beta Rourke he ran the most laughed most well candidate and look where he ended one of your fashion tell everything they're going to do like if you're going to take people's guns away wait till you get elected then take the got we think.
"behar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Joy Behar. that. No Way reading is great to have your Rush Limbaugh having more fun. I have right here behind the goal the. thanks Frank seller we had him on our goal from the tunnel to towers foundation. on the glass I just assume that people understood. I've since had people say I'm glad you have the guy on I did know what all the towers man. and it's it's a good thing to explain his brother Stephen Frank's brother Stephen youngest brother it's not like it's father he said. our youngest of seven kids firefighter New York was on the way to play golf on nine eleven heard about this why is in may Brooklyn battery tunnel and headed back. headed back to the World Trade Center now the financial district headed back through the tunnel it was blocked off course the the town was in. in not in locked down so he was headed through the tunnel back to the towers to help other firefighters rescue those who had been injured and killed. in the nine eleven attacks that's why it's called tunnel to towers foundation and they raise money. to help the surviving families surviving family members of first responders like police officers firefighters and military yeah people. in general and this is something we've been partnering with a month since we began these Standifer Betsy Ross T. shirt thing back in the back on the eighth of July skip the orders coming in fox the we're up to three million dollars and counting charitable donation to tunnel to towers. and we we've added a blue collar a nice beautiful royal blow to go with the original white version of the future you can see it and Rush Limbaugh dot com there's all and by the way the knock offs continue their over two hundred fifty I think the numbers higher now. two hundred and fifty fraudulent websites trying to get in on this and they're all seeking. to defraud year they're not sending any money to tunnel to towers whatever they can trick you out of there keeping now we're trying to shut him down as quickly as we can we've had great success. some of them unbeknownst to people are charging fifteen hundred dollars to people's credit cards. because they know they're going to get shut down there trying to get rich quick. it's real simple the only place that you can get the official legitimate stand up for Betsy Ross Fisher.
"behar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We gotta talk about the great state of Virginia. Because that's what's happening there. Two of their top leaders are dealing with black face scandal and also dealing with a new black face scandal is one joy Behar of the view. What the joy Behar super lib joy Behar, never-trumper, joy Behar an old photo was popped up of her when she was younger. I think it's back when she was in her college days, I pulled some audio here. This is one of two thousand sixteen episode of the view where they showed that photo and joy Behar dressed for Halloween as a beautiful African woman. She had like an African dress on she had her hair like an afro was her actual hair, but she did put on some black face. Now. What was interesting about this episode back in two thousand sixteen is that then co host raven Simone kinda felt a little uncomfortable about it. Take a listen a Halloween. Party. I went as a beautiful African woman. Oh, yeah. Black. You me. Channing lotion. Makeup that was a little bit. Here we go. Wow. That was awkward. That was a couple of years ago. And now this is resurfaced again, right? Joy behar. I'm reading has no comment. Of course. And I. Even if she didn't have a makeup that was the darker than usual. The fact that she was culturally appropriating, the beautiful African woman. Look for Halloween is offensive to many people of her ilk through but we've had this debate in the back office though at the time she did that costume. There was no such thing in pop culture as cultural appropriation you, and I've done radio for a long time things you and I used to do at bar gigs. There is no way we could pull off now because it's a different time. Hot fun contests. Right. Want backstage pass this show me your thong needs to do that. All the time. Can't do that anymore. Bubbas east. I used to we used to do this thing where we dip radio now t shirts in in cold water and put them in the beer freezer and then freeze freeze them t shirts. So they're like in a tight little frozen wad. And then, you know, we'd offer one hundred hundred dollars to the first girl that would take off her shirt and put the frozen shirt on. They had been it was impossible for them to get the frozen t shirt undone because it was it was stuck together in a bit of the beer cooler for so long. Oh. Time after about ten minutes. One of the girls we usually have three or four participate. One of them be successful the other guy free free beard bartends can't do that anymore. Can't do any of that stuff anymore. Nope. Nope. Can't put anybody in a shot chair spin him around and make him drink the shot out of your crotch. Those days are gone. There's a certain. Yeah, there's a certain name for those kinds of shots. Not gonna talk about it. Can't we can't say. Let's do a little booze news. How about that? All right. Set him up and locked them back Lloyd alarm. News news. News news. You're the golfer on this program you like to hit the link right once or twice a year. I love it. I love it. When I go I suck at it. Well, there's a new Bill being proposed at the Indiana general assembly that would make it legal to.