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Capitals rally late, stun top-seeded Panthers 4-2 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Capitals rally late, stun top-seeded Panthers 4-2 in Game 1

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Did Racism Arise From Slavery?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:09 min | Last month

Did Racism Arise From Slavery?

"Did racism arise out of slavery. In other words, I think I've shown that racism is not something that is universal to say that is to confuse race and tribe or racism and ethnocentrism. So a second theory we want to examine and here it is from the left wing writer basil Davidson who says that race contempt crept in when free men could justify their material interests by the scorn that they had for slaves. So racism here said to be a rationalization of slavery, other writers, Salman Rushdie Laurent Bennett have sort of echoed this. But it is actually quite wrong. As I mentioned, racism did fortify slavery. It did actually rationalize slavery, but it developed long before slavery, developed, in fact, in the modern era before, certainly before the transatlantic slave trade. That's really what I mean. Slavery itself is extremely ancient. But here's the key point. In ancient slavery, the difference between the master and the slave had nothing to do with race.

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Eller scores, Capitals beat Bruins for 3rd consecutive win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Eller scores, Capitals beat Bruins for 3rd consecutive win

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 Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine as tensions soar

AP News Radio

00:10 sec | Last month

Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine as tensions soar

"To to to heightened heightened heightened tensions tensions tensions speaking speaking speaking to to to his his his cabinet cabinet cabinet Israeli Israeli Israeli prime prime prime minister minister minister Naftali Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett Bennett foes foes foes that that that Israel Israel Israel is is is going going going on on on the the the offensive offensive offensive to to to tackle tackle tackle Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian attacks attacks attacks I'm I'm I'm the the the only only only Shannon Shannon Shannon Israeli Israeli Israeli troops troops troops kill kill kill an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian woman woman woman in in in the the the west west west bank bank bank as as as tensions tensions tensions continue continue continue to to to escalate escalate escalate during during during Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli army army army shot shot shot the the the woman woman woman at at at a a a military military military checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint near near near Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem after after after she she she was was was asked asked asked to to to stop stop stop and and and ignored ignored ignored warning warning warning shots shots shots that that that came came came after after after Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian militant militant militant was was was killed killed killed by by by the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli army army army for for for his his his part part part in in in the the the deadly deadly deadly shooting shooting shooting in in in Tel Tel Tel Aviv Aviv Aviv earlier earlier earlier this this this week week week hundreds hundreds hundreds

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Is There a Scenario Where by the Democrats Discover Common Sense?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Is There a Scenario Where by the Democrats Discover Common Sense?

"Com. We are back with our regular guest lord Conrad black, follow him right now at Conrad and black read his long writings at The Epoch Times in American greatness and also listen to the podcast he co hosts with Victor Davis Hanson and also with Bill Bennett. Listen to it, subscribe today. Lord black, thank you for the assist there. I had a Biden moment there for a second. Let's talk about this specter that we have three years left, constitutionally of this administration. You always are so assiduous in your saying, you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a psychologist. You can't get into the heads of those that we are talking about. However, politically, are there scenarios within which the Democrat party finds rationality or common sense? Because we were playing clips today and yesterday of members of the cabinet saying, yeah, this is a great opportunity. The war with Russia is a great opportunity to get rid of fossil fuels and, oh, you can just buy a Tesla. If not, arrogance detachment from reality and what the average American lives. Is there any way in which suddenly they have a cold shower and act a little bit more reasonably? I think we have to wait for election day for that. I mean, it appears that the and I don't know how this happened and historians well connected with these events or at least capable of ascertaining exactly what happened. We'll have to we'll have to analyze this, but the Democratic Party, which in fairness was under the under president Clinton, for example, it was a center left operation, but it wasn't an extreme or absurdly careless reckless regime. The budget generally and the behavior. I mean, I personally wouldn't have had a vote wouldn't have voted for president Clinton, but you can't say it was an extreme or irrational concept of government that he had. And most of the senior people had were people you could deal with. But a here we have the great Democratic Party taken over by an outright socialist movement infested with anti americanism. I mean, essentially, a self hating movement, but convincing itself that it wasn't self hate. It was, it was patriotism, because it wanted to make America better by curing it of these terrible, horrible

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Benjamin Netanyahu Calls Latest Iran Deal 'Absurd' & 'Dangerous'

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Benjamin Netanyahu Calls Latest Iran Deal 'Absurd' & 'Dangerous'

"Benjamin Netanyahu on Biden's Iran deal Boy they could sure use him as the prime minister again They have this loser Bennett With his support from I think it was 5 members of the Knesset out of a 120 And you talk about a coup That was a coup But take a listen to this hat tip right scoop cut one go The desperate rush to sign this flawed nuclear agreement with Iran is not only absurd It's downright dangerous Yesterday Iran fired missiles in the vicinity of the American consulate in Iraq And the U.S. continues to charge ahead along with the other powers to sign a nuclear agreement that will give the ayatollahs a nuclear arsenal It would also relieve sanctions and give them hundreds of billions of dollars In order to continue the terror that they weighed yesterday and wage every day throughout the Middle East and the world This agreement is even worse than its predecessor Because in three years time under this agreement Iran will be a threshold nuclear state that will have enough in which uranium to create dozens and dozens of nuclear bombs and it will have the ICBMs to deliver them to any place in the United States That is unbelievable It's not merely unacceptable It endangers not only my country as old but your country the United States and the entire

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Live updates: Zelenskyy open for talks with Putin in Israel

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Live updates: Zelenskyy open for talks with Putin in Israel

"You cranes president says he remains open for talks with Russia's president did not sounding optimistic that'll happen anytime soon I'm Ben Thomas with the latest you cringe president Vladimir is a Lenski says he's told Israel's prime minister Naftali Bennett who met with Russian president Vladimir Putin in recent days that he would be ready to meet Putin in Jerusalem but only with the ceasefire in place the leaders of France and Germany spoke with Putin for more than an hour Saturday pressing for just that the Kremlin says Putin laid out terms which include Ukraine ceding territory and demilitarizing French president Emmanuel microphones office described the call as very Frank and also difficult adding the Russian leader offered no indication that he intends to stop the fighting one is a dude at a news conference Saturday the Lynskey said the Russians could take your cranium capital only if they kill us all adding if that's their goal let them come not to give those guys a quidditch I'm Ben Thomas

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Bennett Advises Zelensky to Surrender to Russia, Zelensky Refuses

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Bennett Advises Zelensky to Surrender to Russia, Zelensky Refuses

"This from the Jerusalem post Bennett advises zelensky to surrender to Russia Zelensky refuses Now this is written by a reprobate No question about it Somebody who I detest because he in my view is so thoroughly corrupt and dishonest Intellectually and politically but actually may have fallen into the truth here his name is Barack ravid Prime minister Naftali Bennett told Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky that he recommends Ukraine take the offer made by president Vladimir Putin of Russia to end the war which includes many Ukrainian sacrifices in a phone call Tuesday according to an official on Ukraine's government according to the official zelensky did not take Bennett's advice The source claimed that the phone call was initiated by Bennett Quote if I were you I would think about the lives of my people and take the offer been a reportedly said Zelensky's response was short I hear you unquote he said According to the report zelensky and his people did not like the advice Then it told us to surrender said the official we have no intention of doing so We know Putin's offer is only the beginning The past two weeks and especially since Bennett's visit to Moscow the prime minister's office and foreign ministry have been claiming that Israel's mediation efforts force them to keep an even more cautious and balanced approach

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Naftali Bennett Only Came to Power Through a Coup

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Naftali Bennett Only Came to Power Through a Coup

"The prime minister of Israel is a pew salamis weakling Who came to power through a coup There are a 120 seats in the Israeli Knesset whoever gets 61 by hooker by crook Gets to a point the prime minister And so Bennett ran to the right of Netanyahu claimed to anyway And then he cut a deal with the liberal to left wing and even the Arab parties To have a temporary position as prime minister of Israel Which will eventually have to give up and give to a leftist And just like the United States Israel has exactly the wrong people in charge at this time in history They replace Netanyahu who got far more as party votes than Bennett In fact if the election were held today Netanyahu and his party would win in a relative landslide and Bennett he came to power with 5 seats out of the 120 5 seats As illegitimate of a prime minister as Israel's ever had

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Maryland man who got first pig heart transplant dies after 2 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Maryland man who got first pig heart transplant dies after 2 months

"The man who received the first heart transplant from a pig has died the university of Maryland Medical Center says fifty seven year old David Bennett died Tuesday two months after the transplant doctors didn't give a cause only saying his condition began deteriorating several days earlier than it a handy man from Hagerstown Maryland what's facing certain death without the procedure he was ineligible for a human heart transplant bed ridden and on life support and out of other options the food and drug administration allowed the Maryland experiment under compassionate use rules for emergency situations I'm

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Lundell's two goals lead Panthers over Red Wings 6-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Lundell's two goals lead Panthers over Red Wings 6-2

"The Panthers completed at two one three home stand with a six two win over the red wings Anton Lundell scored twice it's been feeling good for mail online the last game so we just want to keep going and make some chances Alexander Barkov had three assists as Florida improved to twenty five and six on home ice Mason March mark Anthony Duclair and Lindell scored in the first period as the home side built a commanding three one lead Sam Bennett had a goal and an assist Lucas Carlsson anyone and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped twenty one shots Robby Fabbri and Tyler Bertuzzi scored for Detroit which was swept its two games Florida road trip and is two one five minutes past seven games I'm Dave very

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Predators beat Panthers 6-4, end 4-game losing streak

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Predators beat Panthers 6-4, end 4-game losing streak

"The predators beat the Panthers six the forest number four game losing streak national played catch up hockey all night with tennis you know scoring twice it definitely feels really good to get back in the win column Philip Forsberg Jack off train in Roman you'll see each had wanted McConnell Granlund scored the game winner David Rick stopped forty four shots Sam Reinhart Sam Bennett read go good as an ironic but scored for Florida Sergei Bobrovsky blocked twenty seven shots the loss also snapped the Panthers nine game home winning streak I'm more in Ruston

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Bennett scores in OT, Panthers come back to beat Sharks 5-4

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Bennett scores in OT, Panthers come back to beat Sharks 5-4

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Bennett, Barkov lift Panthers over Golden Knights 4-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Bennett, Barkov lift Panthers over Golden Knights 4-1

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US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 4 months ago

US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

"EU, now let's turn to the big news. The U.S. and the EU are close to agreeing on Russian financial sanctions. That's not enough. Emmanuel Macron calls for a deescalation of tensions that he prepares to speak to Vladimir Putin. That's not enough. That's from the telegraph, and The New York Times. Where is Germany and the Ukraine standoff, it's allies wonder. The United States and its NATO allies are moving to bulk up their military commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe as the standoff with Russia over Ukraine deepens rights Katherine Bennett. Denmark is sending fighter jets to Lithuania. Frigate to the Baltic Sea, France was offered to send troops to Romania. Spain is sending a frigate to the Black Sea, President Biden is thousands of U.S. troops on high alert. And then there is Germany. In recent date, Germany, Europe's largest richest democracy, strategically situated at the crossroads between eastern yes. West has stood out more for what it will not do than what it is doing. Germany is out. They've just left NATO behind.

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Prosecutor: No charges in Black Kansas teen’s custody death

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Prosecutor: No charges in Black Kansas teen’s custody death

"No no charges charges will will be be filed filed in in the the case case of of a a black black teenager teenager who who died died following following an an altercation altercation with with staff staff at at Wichita Wichita juvenile juvenile center center district district attorney attorney Marc Marc Bennett Bennett says says he he struggled struggled with with whether whether a a charge charge of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter over over the the death death of of seventeen seventeen year year old old Cedric Cedric Loftin Loftin was was justified justified the the prosecutor prosecutor cited cited Kansas's Kansas's stand stand your your ground ground law law in in declining declining to to pursue pursue charges charges saying saying a a judge judge would would be be duty duty bound bound to to dismiss dismiss the the case case authorities authorities say say the the Lafayette Lafayette was was aggressive aggressive towards towards his his foster foster parents parents and and assaulted assaulted Wichita Wichita police police officers officers before before he he was was taken taken to to the the Cedric Cedric county county juvenile juvenile intake intake and and assessment assessment center center in in September September when when he he was was led led out out of of a a cell cell to to use use the the bathroom bathroom he he punched punched a a staff staff member member in in the the head head leading leading to to a a struggle struggle with with multiple multiple staff staff members members a a December December autopsy autopsy ruled ruled the the death death a a homicide homicide finding finding it it locked locked its its heart heart and and breathing breathing stopped stopped after after he he was was handcuffed handcuffed while while lying lying on on his his stomach stomach but but it it said said there there are are legitimate legitimate questions questions but but the the evidence evidence supports supports workers workers explanations explanations that that he he continued continued to to resist resist the the whole whole time time the the case case sparked sparked outrage outrage among among community community activists activists I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Vanecek, Wilson lead Capitals past Islanders 2-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Vanecek, Wilson lead Capitals past Islanders 2-0

"The the capitals capitals four four game game losing losing streak streak is is over over following following a a two two nothing nothing shut shut out out of of the the islanders islanders VTech VTech Bennett Bennett checks checks stopped stopped twenty twenty three three shots shots in in his his third third career career shutout shutout he he got got all all the the support support he'd he'd need need when when Tom Tom Wilson Wilson scored scored four four and and a a half half minutes minutes into into the the game game I I think think we we knew knew what what kind kind of of game game it it was was gonna gonna be be a a new new year year and and I I have have to to work work hard hard and and play play tight tight defense defense so so for for the the most most part part we we didn't didn't we we didn't didn't give give them them much much Alex Alex events events can can added added an an empty empty netter netter is is the the caps caps ended ended the the islanders islanders five five game game home home point point streak streak it it was was a a vet vet can can seven seven hundred hundred fifty fifty fifth fifth career career goal goal set set me me on on fire fire alarm alarm off off made made thirty thirty four four saves saves for for New New York York which which fell fell two two games games under under five five hundred hundred Washington Washington is is eleven eleven four four and and four four on on the the road road as as it it tries tries to to catch catch the the Rangers Rangers and and hurricanes hurricanes for for the the metropolitan metropolitan division division lead lead I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Bennett scores 3 goals as Panthers hammer Stars 7-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Bennett scores 3 goals as Panthers hammer Stars 7-1

"Sam Sam Bennett Bennett second second hat hat trick trick of of the the season season highlighted highlighted the the Panthers Panthers blowout blowout over over the the stars stars seven seven a a one one it it was was a a lot lot of of fun fun yeah yeah we we our our whole whole team team was was was was on on our our game game tonight tonight right right from from the the start start and and we're we're playing playing well well we're we're playing playing with with energy energy were were having having fun fun all all night night and and that's that's what what our our teams teams are are best best Bennett Bennett finished finished with with four four points points and and Jonathan Jonathan Hoover Hoover added added a a goal goal and and three three assists assists giving giving him him fifty fifty one one points points Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair got got into into the the act act with with a a goal goal and and two two assists assists for for the the cats cats who who are are seven seven oh oh one one one one since since the the covert covert nineteen nineteen pause pause and and nineteen nineteen three three and and overall overall at at home home J. J. gotten gotten Jr Jr was was pulled pulled after after allowing allowing four four goals goals on on seventeen seventeen shots shots ruby ruby had had scored scored the the lone lone goal goal for for Dallas Dallas which which is is for for eleven eleven and and one one on on the the road road this this season season I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"bennett" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to one. live radio. Everyone this is bernadette with junior in the mix and to won- bennett. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas and iheartmedia as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk We are talking about the benefits of being friends before partners with dewan bennett..

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"bennett" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:36 min | 8 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Everyone welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette. Junior in the mix and dewan bennett. we are broadcasting. Live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as am e. t. in southern california on. Abc news talk. We're talking about the five steps to conflict reduction so how you know how are conflicts destructive for a relationship or a friendship. I think there they can be very destructive. Burn when we are not going to change our opinions when we are not willing to you other opinions when we are stuck on being right and we're not looking for a win win. Much of being the conflict is about okay. I would like to be i to be well so when our goal golden that is simply to hurt the person or simply to wayne are supposed to be right. Those complex are not constructive. They're going to be super getting some such resolution. Yeah it's the beginning of the broadcast said something about conflict or that conflict can be positive at times. And so how is it. How is how is conflict. Ever-positive i think can be very positive. Burn because i do think in life you have people who have three opinions. And i think i need to understand if me and you are making a decision together birds if we are business partners and you believe that our business should be set up in downtown. And i believe our business should be be set up in frisco but that's a conflict but i understand why you believe that i need you understanding when you bring your body your information about the having more walkup customers and things of that nature now because of our conflict. I've been able to grow in my thinking in my believing and things of that nature in and to be honest. Some of policies and rules and regulations are created through conflict that allow people to see how to get the best of both worlds Well especially in business with partnerships. I don't recommend them personally. But you know they. They typically don't work but one of the reasons they don't work is because there's not enough conversation ahead of time and they don't have the right partnership agreement and things aren't explicitly written down and agreed upon because you know when it comes to conflict. Those are all things that matter right. Even if you're entering a marriage of any kind of partnership or even with your children do you have to communication you know. Communication is the key to success. Everybody says it. Everybody knows it but it truly is. Isn't it dewan burn. But why don't we use it right. We know we we know this. Why don't we choose to communicate. Why do we struggle and communicating with people. How we feel well. Let's there are several reasons. I think sometimes we may have a belief but are we confident enough in that believed to articulated that. There's always a fear of being invalidated right. I think we put ourselves out there and we communicate with someone and one of the worst things that can happen. Is somebody not listened to you. Somebody not give you that space to communicate. So i think sometimes it's not just as simple as people don't know what to do. I think there's a lot of other factors that getting away but communication is key. We can't solve problems without communicating couples in in relationship counseling when they come in my office and they have problems. I say well if you're if you never gave your spouse and opportunity to fix the problem that's your. You never communicated to them that there is a problem that there is a conflict so technically you never gave them the opportunity to fix it so i think the lack of communication keeps us from really growing in the right direction. Yeah because you you hold it all in and then you're gonna blow right junior you. We've talked about this. Isn't that one of your issues that you like cold stuff in okay. I i'm trying to learn. Communication is kind of issue is yeah especially with me and my wife. It's like sometimes. I feel like she should just know what i'm thinking. I don't know why i mean and it's like no. You actually have to verbally. Tell her what i mean. So yeah communication's definitely. Has she ever told you. I'm not a mind reader. No she really she just gives me. This look like really. You're going to tell you got some more here like what's what's it. Where's this coming from. You know so okay. So how do we fix that one. What do you want to say to junior. I think that we talked about like those covert contract right. Those uncommunicative expectations that sometimes can hinder relationships. And it's not that I don't believe it. I don't have a feeling is that i never dedicated. And so now. There's an expectation that a person knows what to do. And you never communicated and that's where the mind reader comes in. Oh my read. Or how did i know. I think like writing things down. Sometimes when we struggling communicating writing things down. Maybe i express it verbally. But maybe i can write it down and like you said earlier. Burn okay we wrote it down. We discussed we discussed it. What was the solution that we agree to agreed upon. Let's write it down so we can remember that. Hey this is kind of with the conclusion that we came to. We're on the same page. And so i think being able to make sure your intentional in your conflict is important. Attention on your distribution your conversations and. I think that resolved a lot of the problems. I had a flashback to being in high school when we were talking about communication. I don't know why this popped into my head. But i i don't know if either one of you probably didn't do this because it was just like a girl thing but we would read each other's notes and you see each other in the hall and you slip it in your pocket. This was before self and do that. Did you do that. We used to roll them up in the little league. Basically like how you would fold the flag like in a triangle. We would like kind of slide them across the florida or front friends in the classroom. Since oh my gosh and did you ever do doina. I'm thinking you might be just tnc bit too. Young for that am i wrong. Oh no no. I did the same thing. I mean. he didn't follow up. We didn't we didn't make the fancy flags kinda mimics it like was a field goal. Yes with our finger. We would do that but we would. Just write the note balled up in a paper in like throw it active person. I'd turn around real quick. I'd have you. I haven't thought about that and years. So have you guys like you. That's like a lost art writing notes. Tell my kids about it. Actually i was telling my kids about stuff like that a couple of weeks ago and i was telling her even mike. How used to ask a girl out you know. Ready note circle yes or no and my my wife was like. You're making yourself sound so old right now. She's like don't care. And i'm i'm just letting them know what it was like before technology. We'll someday they'll you know what you're creating memories that they never forget. Trust me on that. I treasure all the memories. I have of of all my loved ones that i've lost especially my mom and my dad and all of his stories but you know i'm enjoying this this content so much you guys. If you're just now joining us where on the air with dwayne bennett talking about the five steps to conflict Re- reduction which is something. We all need right now. My goodness there's so much conflict out there there really is so do on. What's the first thing to do after you realized that you are in a conflict with someone should you. You know. I'm one that believes even. If you're right right or wrong you apologize quickly for whatever.

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"bennett" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"With junior in the mix. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk junior. How you doing. I'm good how are you i'm good. I'm good yeah. Just chilling was the weekend we talk. I know that the weeks just blow by like when they have been lately. I can't believe it's already like september almost like it wasn't even there. I know. I know it's like where did it go and time flies. It's is it true though. I wonder does time really go by faster as you get older. It's just it perceptions right. Oh my gosh well. We've got a fantastic show today. We've got don bennett with us. And we're gonna be talking about the five steps to conflict reduction are you. There do on. Yes i am. And i would agree with you guys like this so far. Mont the weeks are buying by. I don't know what's going on. What's in the air but things are moving very. Yes i know they really are. But it's always great to have you with us if you're just now listening for the first time. Dewan bennett is a licensed professional counselor with two master's degrees and over twelve years of counseling experience. He currently has his own practice to one bennett. Counseling and dallas texas. He believes that the key to mental and behavioral success is the ability to master self-awareness and emotional control. You can find a one on instagram at d. dot bennet underscore counseling or his website. That's d bennett. Counseling dot com. I love it. We're talking about today because everybody can relate to this right. We all have conflict. I think we do in to be honest. Burn you should have some type of disagreement. Some type of Conflict right you know. I think that in life we all have fundamental different fundamental beliefs. That caused us to be different than those. And i think it's really about how we resolve them because in life sometimes we grow in the world conflict. You believe one thing. I believe in other thing. Let's figure out how we can solve it together so we can grow so i think conflict sometimes can be good if we know how to resolve it. Yeah i hope washington's listening you know. I mean we can't even figure out of the oldest trick or treat stuff in christmas like what what are you talking about. You know that they want people to trigger trick or treat in their own home. So how does that work. You go put everybody in a bedroom and you go like knock on the door. Go trick or treat i mean. How does that work. It's so crazy treat at home. Are you going trick or treating. I loved to trick or treat. do i enjoy it. I enjoyed it as a kid. I enjoyed as a parent you know. Take out in in going to retreating. I mean it's regardless of people's beliefs about halloween or not. It's something that's kind of traditional to them and it's something that we're kind of used to to earn degrees nostalgic when we get to go out and dress up and experts can be absolutely wish they could come up with some healthier candies though you know. I'm that weirdo. Neighbor that gives up the nichols or the quarters. You know that we all right. Growing up was always a weirdo right. You're all my god. He's got his rolling nickels quarters. We always tell our friends. Don't pennies. that's so funny. Oh my gosh well. The the world has a lot of conflict and we need to reduce it. We really do but before we get into ways to reduce conflict. What's the difference between a conflict and argument and a disagreement vaughn I mean to one a are are they. Are they the same thing. I think i mean rooted in the same thing. I think if you think about you know a disagreement a conflict an argument. They're all rooted in some sense of disagreement. Right you know for example burn. I believe that red is the best color in your favorite color is peak. We we already have a disagreement now. The argument reading and them are kind of the same family but we already have a disagreement right and so our arguments would be you presenting your facts on why peak is such a great Color and my argument will be why believe read is such a great Color right. that's the argument. Is your opinions your beliefs your research. Your facts to to bring his discussion and versus my but now when we get into conflict. Conflict sometimes can be Problematic when the goals that you're looking for in that conflict is not to come together is to destroy when we think about conflict we think of you know people basically saying i'm here to win and when we're here to win and we're not here to get it right. That's when we see the difference between a disagreement in argument and the conflict because again it all starts with a simple disagreements. I've only one thing you believe. Another and then it turns into an argument because we have our ps and are facts and then now we have a conflict. Maybe because that thing has gone on for several days in several weeks and we can't seem to find out. I yeah well and some people. They have to win the there. I i know a couple of people that when i when we get in discussions they must win no matter what. That's the end goal for that person. They have to win the argument no matter what it is and not coincidentally because they talk about this in the article. The five steps to conflict reduction is they are terrible listeners. Both of these people are terrible listeners. Because there's a connection there. Isn't it when someone unable to resolve conflict that they they're not listening because as you said you know they're out to destroy you which is a pretty strong thing i don't know about destroying but you know but def definitely there's a connection between the two right and there's a there's a. There's a big problem there. When i don't have the ability to listen because my failure to listen to why you believe pink the best color indeed values you know your position. It makes me feel like my belief. My opinion is inferior to yours. Because i'm not listening to you. I have all these facts and all this data and all this information in my head that seems to be right. But i'm not listening to you to give you an opportunity to at least enter the discussion. And so that's why when you don't listen to people you can never saw problems if you don't listen into a. We can't talk problems that we don't know this either but listening to so important it is and trying to remove the emotion out of it as well and you know while we're on the subject of this. I'm curious junior. What's your favorite color. Just just wanted to know honestly. It's a black black okay. Yeah that's okay black and blue. Usually my favorite colors like blue. Yeah but not together last good. Don't you think. I'll just saying because bruising virgin gosh well okay so so you know. Your favorite color is black minus pink and and doin yours is red. Is there any other examples that we can give that would I don't know that would be like a great way to discuss this openly. Something like.

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"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Tony bennett on duke. Ellington song solitude. We'll hear more of terry's interview with bennett after a break. This is fresh air support for this. Npr podcast and the following message. Come from hot wire with hot wire staying in hotels. You didn't think you could afford is the whole idea because why put a cheap hotel when you could book expensive hotel for cheap download the hot wire app and book beyond your wildest means all bookings final this message comes from npr sponsor total wireless which helps you stay connected and turn your experiences from two amazing with the best devices network and savings. When you move to total wireless you can get an unlimited plan. Starting at twenty five dollars a month that includes five g. available in twenty seven hundred plus cities capable device and sim required terms and conditions at total wireless dot com. We're listening back to terry's nineteen ninety. Eight interview with tony bennett. last week. it was announced. He's retiring from performing. He's ninety five. Did you have personal relationships. A lot of songwriters. Yes i did. Harlan was my very favorite. And i never met the appropriate. But how telling me that. Poverty was the best lyric writer that ever lived in era with everyone. I regret when met. I reduce when he was fantastic but had personal relationships with sammy. Cahn jimmy van. Using and check siegel allen mental bergman. Did anybody write songs especially for you. I know you were often asked to be the first person to record assam. Johnny mercer road. I wanna be around forty. That's an interesting story. You wanna tell it. Well it's a wonderful story in a city. That was a fan in In youngstown. Ohio a emitter. The songwriter and she wrote i wanna be around the pick up the pieces when somebody breaks your heart. She wrote a fan letter. Johnny mercer and See said johnny. This sounds like something you would right. She said and so he got such a kick out of it. He wrote the song finished it and gave her fifty percent of the song and sadie would. After the song was a hit she would send me cards from all over from paris from russia from From england and say. Thanks so much. Tony she was. She took vacations all over the world.

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"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Tony bennett. He returned to fresh air in nineteen ninety-one. He told terry about growing up in a story. A queens in about his brother who was a musical prodigy. he was A very wonderful opera singer. They call them the little crew so he was thirteen and sang solo spots in the metropolitan opera and Did radio shows in those days That was the highest ratings. The shows with big and he was always a guest of artist on very big radio shows and and We all loved opera in my home..

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"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"bennett" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Nineteen fifty s. Tony bennett with the count. Basie orchestra can i ask you. What attracted you to this song philadelphia. It was at the. Would dave do chefs latin casino. And that's the first time base united gotten together. I think it's the first time a sing got got together with basie and and we covered all kinds of kinda tunes and this is a very special album because it was unforgettable. We recorded it at starting at twelve o'clock at night and we finished at eight in the morning. We did the whole album one night etiquette among singers about who records what toon and let could anyone record. I left my heart and san francisco after you recorded at. How many years did it take until someone was able to make a recording of that in the early fifties. When i recorded there was still a semblance of Ethics you know because if net cold had a recording you just left it alone if found your own and it was quite a challenge because He'd come up some pretty good records if if one looks to see what other people are recording. And there's certain songs you don't touch the only person i think. Now who would be in the same league with you would be sinatra. Would would you be paying attention to what other people were recording seeing. What was there well who you know. It's if someone comes up with a a nice song there's a new field. They could do i to me. There is a game and the game is to to make it your own number somehow even if you have to change the temple. A little has someone. That's sinatra's doing a tune that's a ballad but you like it very much you could swing it or if there's a swing tune that could turn into a ballot. It said that it becomes your interpretation your way of doing it. So there's a little originality. I'm very interested in people that are individuals rather than all doing the same thing. What makes a song right for you to sing. I mean you you have a wonderful repertoire. And your interpretation of certain songs have really made me hear them in a way. I i haven't before How do you know that song as one that you want to sing. What are you look for. Well something i've experienced sometimes. It just migrate over to like what's what's autobiographical unconsciously. I just find something. I said my god. I've i've experienced that. I've lived that at this happened to me and the it could be humorous. It could be a dramatic at it could be smooth and cool. You never know which way it's going to come from. But what. I really look for is kind of craftsmanship and a song. Someone who's really musically knowledgeable and and combines it with great words so that it meshes and i like to concentrate on interpretation on interpreting songs. Let the player selection from the first album he recorded with bill evans. So we'll be together again so what we're going to hear. How did this come to be well. the great jazzing any ross. Is the a friend of mine and She suggested it. She's the one who said doing with bill evans and bill niwa net one. Another in london at ronnie scott's club and we just started talking about it thinking about it it very happy experience because he told me to keep you know popular artists have a lot of cronies around them and he said keep all the cronies home he said. And just lets you. And i go up to san francisco on for three or four days just record an album and it was such a a terrific experience. Because he's the kind of guy Just my own is kind of gravitate to imerese rebel Bill evans and i could listen to them all day without without feeling like i was over fed or anything that want to change it i could put his music on just as piano playing. And listen to it all day and i find it very peaceful and very very Good for solitude and in thinking of creative ideas. I hid here bill. Eleven and i just My mind Just Triggers off into a creative process. I like it very much. Did you have to talk about each other's music much before you started to actually play together with anything. You really had to work out well. We had an admiration society. Go and he'd liked the way i sang. I love the way he played in. And then we the only kind of conversations we had about that word just What songs we both agreed that we liked very much. And then he would work for two or three hours In the studio on the production of another and we sketch it out. Let's do let's start here. Let's do this surprise. It's blend over here. And and then after two or three hours when we felt we had kind of production on a number we said. Let's try one. We do that for three days. We did that for three days on both albums and it was wonderful thing because it was just the engineer and his manager helen keane who was the producer and bill and that was the it was nice and intimate very relaxed and Ajoy to do. I love the sound that we're about to hear we'll be together again. Can i ask you why you chose this one. What what are the nicest guys i ever met in the music. Business was called fisher. Who is an accompanist. For frankie laine. Whose american indian and one person who met me before i was popular just encouraged me to keep singing and he wrote you've changed another great standard. His very very talented talented man. And that's the reason that. I i liked the song that much. Plus the fact that billie holiday made it in an album called lady in satin and very influenced by billie holiday. Well let's this recording of. We'll be together again with my tony bennett singing accompanied by pianist. Bill evans No not no fee. Remember there's oh us too mom who. So what if we have to be together You occur your sma a treasure forever. Thinking with your will be together When i know you be lonesome.

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"bennett" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bennett" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I am a big alphabet. I mean I guess I'm a heavy drinker, but I you know. It doesn't make me any dumber to be completely honest. Do I blame it from time to time? Yeah. But I do stupid shit sober to. Okay that's not exactly what I was trying to say I only brought it up because you mentioned that. You dyed your hair because you were drunk. That's brought it up. Here's the thing if you're a person that already has zero impulse control. He no here. Let me let me rephrase that I have zero impulse control. Being somebody who's aware that I have zero emphasis on impulse control the sobers version of myself can acknowledge that an overcompensate by stopping me for making certain decisions. Where as a version of me, this intoxicated is not as much going to police my lack of impulse control. So that's really what I meant by that not that the alcohol made the decision but more so that. The alcohol stopped me from policing already crazy self. Does that make sense does I wasn't trying to be judgmental and saying like Oh. Let's see. I wouldn't drink that much. I would say the main reason I don't enjoy alcohol. As much as some other people is, is I always just feel horrible the next day even if it's just a modest amount share, it's weird. That's how I feel about weed. I want. It's so weird because you know as a very pro drugs person very pro legal I mean, fuck you know I'm an anarchist legalize heroin. I. Don't give a shit. It's like here's my I want to be more into we to support the movement but at a certain point in my life, it stopped working for me which is crazy at a certain point I was like Holy Shit I can't smoke weed anymore it makes me anxious makes you feel like shit. It gives me anxiety that I I never had 'cause. I'm not an anxious person. I don't have any anxiety about pretty much anything. So it was like Holy Shit. What is this? Jarring and so I was like, okay..

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"bennett" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"bennett" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Be an idiot about the spelling. Ladies and gentlemen. It's Jesse Bennett A. So how's your day been? It's been pretty good. Actually I am considering quarantine and everything was to get out and about and do a few things and you know I followed the mask rules of the businesses that requested it and whatnot, and I think had a pretty good day. All things considered. Yeah. Based on. How your voice sounds sounds like your day has been. A happy. Day. Well I mean it's hard to say because to be quite frank with you I always sound like this I. I'm just such an optimist that actually hurts a little bit. I don't know if you've read the rational optimist by Matt Ridley or anything along those lines, but I'm just eternally optimistic and You know the the days where I do get to go out and do things. It's not even just optimistic. It's overwhelmingly opted stick to the point of annoyance. So thank you for having me here on a day such as today. That book does sound vaguely familiar. The rational optimist based based on what I know about you from read it interactions I'd be shocked if you had it read it I'm I'm certain you have. nope. Well I'll loan you a copy. It's good. When when we finally meet in person I'll loan you a copy. It's incredible. The rational optimist that really is basically this kind of conceptual piece about how to like today's world and all the negativity and it with this optimistic perspective essentially based on this idea that you know society has always gotten better over time, which is something that I personally was already a really big believer in. So having read it I maybe it's not the best spoke for because it just a firm to what I already thought about the world, but it's definitely read I would recommend it to every anybody. That is kind of a good point though that things are getting better relative to the rest is history. Things seem bleak. Yeah. There's always. A desire for people to return to the good old days, but it turns out those. Days. Weren't so great. Yeah. I'm I'm with you I. Think it's all bullshit because here here's my thing is if you look at it so happiness statistics if you go country to country, people are always trying to use these. They're mostly bullshit because of language barriers, people regard happiness the very different forget de notation dictionary, Dino Haitian, connotation country to country. So let's just push happiness statistics out of the. Way The actual statistics that we can't equate to objective happiness country to country are better over time. You know you'll get for instance I think India's a great example. You look there they open the markets people have Mrs. Now even if they're in like the smaller grottoes, they businesses and it's like if you quit that pretty much any country in the world outside of the. I hate this term but first world countries it's absolutely true that it's better. You apply that to us as well. We still have a substantially lower poverty rate. So it's like I assure things seem bleak right now but I think just say it's objectively worse is honestly kind of ignorant. It might be that if you're older and you have health issues and you're not as capable as you were as younger person than maybe the longing for the good old days is more a longing for your youthfulness back. Oh Wow. That's that's a really great point. I'm glad you brought that up, but that's still in our cystic view and you're not looking at..

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"bennett" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Bookworm

"And Silver Bland, and this is bookworm. My guest today Brit Bennett is the talk of the literary world her book. The vanishing half made its debut at number one on the New York Times. Bestseller list now like me. You may not think much of bestseller was but my big surprise when I picked it up is that it's a wonderful book? It's very enjoyable to read, and it's only Brit. Bennett's second book won't was the originating idea for the vanishing half. Well thanks for having me <hes>. The book actually began a conversation I had with my mother where she was telling me about this town. She remembered hearing about from her childhood, growing up in rural Louisiana and it was a town. Where was a community of light skinned black people that continued to intermarry within that community in hopes that their children would progressively lighter from generation to generation, so it really struck me as I'm very strange, disturbing idea, <hes> also place, and of course as a novelist that immediately makes you think. Oh, this is the setting for a novel. We? Get a very. Dramatic sense of that sending early in the book and I'm going to ask Brooke Bennett to read. The section that describes the town. It has a great name. The name of the town is Mallard and it's named after a duck. Go It was a strange town. Mallard named after the ring necked ducks, living in the rice fields and marshes, a town that like any other was more idea than place. The idea arrived to Alphonse to soar in eighteen, forty eight, as he stood in the sugar cane fields. He'd inherited from the father who'd once owned him. The father now dead, the now freed son wished to build something on those acres of land that would last for centuries to come. A town for men like him who never be accepted as white, but refused to be treated like Negroes a third-place his mother rest. Her soul had hated his lightness when he was a boy, she'd shopped him under the sun, begging him to darken. Maybe that's what made him I dream of the town. Lightness like anything inherited at great cost was lonely gift. He'd married him lotto even lighter than himself. She was pregnant with their first child, and he imagined children's Children's children lighter still like a cup of coffee steadily done rooted with cream, a more perfect Negro, each generation lighter than the one before. Soon others came. Soon idea in place became inseparable in Mallard carried throughout the rest of Saint Landry parish colored. People whispered about it wondered about it. White people couldn't believe even existed. When Saint Catherine's was built in nineteen, thirty eight, the diocese set over a young priest from Dublin who arrived certain that he was lost, didn't the bishop tally that Mallard was a colored town? who were these people walking about? Fair and Blonde and red headed the darkest ones nose year than a Greek was this accounted for colored in America who whites wanted to keep separate. How could they tell the difference? By the time, the being twins were born Afonso store was dead long gone. But his great great great granddaughters inherited his legacy whether they wanted to or not. Even desharnais complained before every founder's day picnic. Who rolled her eyes? When the founder was mentioned in school, as if none of that business had anything to do with her. This would stick after the twins disappeared. How desert never wanted to be part of a town that was her birth rate how she felt that you could flick away history like shrugging a hand off your shoulder. Can escape a town. You cannot escape blood. Somehow the twins believe themselves capable both. And yet if Alphonse to store could have stroll through the town. He'd imagined he would have been thrilled by the side of his great great great granddaughters, twin girls, creamy skin, Hazel Eyes wavy hair. He would marveled at them for the child to be a little more perfect in the parents. What could be more wonderful than that? The Breath Bennett reading. The section from the opening, ten pages of her novel, the vanishing half. Now. Tell me. This idea, the idea of the town that is designed to get wider and wider and to exile or expel those people who are violations of its aspiration toward whiteness. This is a horrifying idea just as in. Edward P. Jones's novel, the known world, a town where freed black people on black slaves themselves. Tell me how to we get ideas as dangerous and strange as these. Long I started so when I started thinking about the book I I read about similar communities to the stat existed of Louisiana, these krill communities of fair skin, black people who believed very deeply that it was better to be light, who were suspicious of darker skinned black people in wanted to kind of insulate their community against who they perceived as being outsiders to me. Book was taking. This idea of color is on just pushing it to extremes <hes> by locating the physical town in sort of pushing the. The extremes of that ideology to think about what it would look like. If <hes> color is not just a you know something that's abstract, if it's not just something that you think of as a preference or sort of personal opinion about <hes> light skin, being better than dark skin, what is it like if this is something that is actually kind of instituted in place and to the degree that the population is almost almost kind of genetically engineering at so that their children can can become lighter and lighter.

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"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Not no? That's a good question honestly I. I don't think Michael's who got bigger. I mean there are some moments where he's jokes are also so there's moment for Michael it'll sound like he is but he's really not I mean all honestly say I think he's been pretty level Throughout this time but I also think naturally that you're just more like a humble person. He's not like he'll boasts. But it's like sometimes in a joking way. And so I think like sometimes people misconstrued that it'd be like Oh my God but he like. He's that person the way jokes that you'll be thinking it but then he'll say it out loud you know so you're like Oh my God. He completely said that. But it's true and it's funny so I don't know I think that I think you've been well-balanced to stay humble plus I'm right thereby him so mom pop. Those is that ever happened to my husband. Cape reminding and I'm not saying this now because you know he's a bitter at the moment but that would that really is true though. No she don't want any she the first wife I've ever heard the any tramps talking to my husband. Like I get that though I get it like if my boyfriend said he slept with a bunch of girls or whatever. I'm like that's good. That means that he was desirable for certain amount of girls. Someone someone wanted to fucking me now. You WanNa make sure that your person is desirable. Never had slept with anybody and that means anybody WANNA sleep with you. Come on I want you guys for coming onto you guys busy and it was a great conversation race we had. This was sell fine definitely busy. I love having those conversations have humor. Do we have like real talk? And I think you guys are very open and I think we all like is as we go through this current vars and we go to these times appearance where we trapped in our home. And everybody's going crazy what it just like. I'm really about to step out the window because I'm just tired of my people are feeling it but as we need to have that conversation. Why do you want to step out the window? What are you not saying? What is making you feel? That was that tear reflecting. So thank you guys for allowing our listeners to push themselves totally this has been S. You so much for having us I everybody is that Tom of the week or you. Kinda you know. Have our little pro tip in. La Does things we respectfully disagree on certain things but the same time we still love each other so today's prototypical today is how to communicate with your children about personal issues and topics that they're dealing with but doing it in a safe comfortable environment speaking to your children and making them feel comfortable to come to you to talk about sex. Talk about shaving. Certain areas. Talk about them wanting to be intimate or having these feelings. I think obviously a lot of people are like. Oh do not talk about that to your parents. I did not grow up in a household where that was safe to talk to my parents about. That just wasn't comfortable. And plus I grew up with so many siblings had three older sisters so I would go to them for certain things and talk to them or you know usually go to a friend so I know definitely for me with our three girls. I WANNA Mak- safe place where they can come to me but also sometimes I feel like you have to kind of nudge it. Because sometimes they don't want to talk to you about it. So you kind of have to nudge it to them and kind of start bringing it up and starting that conversation so they will want to talk about it. To agree aren't the communication is very important. When you have kids posit the is it possible to over communicate but at the same time Cuna Keisha I think is important where kids because you don't want your kids to be in a place where they can't talk to you when they come in. A problem appears and so many people that have taken advantage of because it don't of anybody to communicate where be able to share their true feelings without being judged I think sometimes as a parent is hard not to judge so I think not judging and communicate is very important for your kids to be able to have those hard conversations because as soon as you say something that you don't agree with and you feel that is negative and if soon as you turn it to the parent you turn into the dictator and you're not You know the Buddhist Mark. Who's there to listen and help them choose the inner light in help them choose the right path so deterrence to the judge is just harder for them to really trashy because they know that there's a verdict coming after that so to be able to really have the inner peace and have the conversation with your kids that allows them to trust you on the decisions that they look into make. I think it will make you a connection with them last longer than just their childhood. Because a Lotta times when kids are younger have no choice but to be connected to the parents. But when they're older they choose if they want to be connected parents and if you have open line of communication in the future kids would choose to. WanNa be around you so communicate and that's what I think. Would you think sugar hear people disagreeing what I say to them not disagreeing? I'm just thinking of like reflecting on my own. You know past experience how I might not have felt safe but also thinking forward now to being apparent on sometimes the girls are going through something. Payton's teenager and sometimes she'll say something in off the top in my head before I even speak. I'm like what the hell but then I like trying to compose myself and instead of attacking her feelings or you know sensitivities. I tried I dismore. Ask a why you know. Why are you feeling this way you know? Why do you think this is happening in kind of track? It she get to the root instead of just attacking the end result communicate and be a great listener. The project really is just clear communication through love though. Thank you. That's it that's it that's the end. You don't have listened to Michael Anymore but come back next week for me on another episode of mouthpiece with Michael Emmy Pele Bennet. Please describe to US or like. Oh so anything that. You're listening to Apple Stitcher spotify. Whatever you're listening to get away from your family whoever you don't WanNa be around and make sure you rate us or give us a comment even though we don't give a fuck about your comments. Give us a comment. Mouthpieces of production of Limonite mu which you can find online also platforms at Lemmon Nadi media. You can follow me on. Social Media Moses Seventy two. I Love Bread and Biblically always thought I was Moses. Any can follow me on instagram. At Fellow pels mouthpiece with Michael and Pelly Bennett is executive produced by us. Bennett mouthpiece is also executive produced by Stephanie. Little slacks and just Cordova Kramer's and of course the whole team Menard media. Our producer is genevieve. Garrity and our show is edited by Seo. Thank you to our ad sales and distribution partners that Westwood one into all of our sponsors for making this show possibles. Thank you for listening. And we'll be back. We'll be back next week. We'll be back but bet the beck. Make sure you tune in..

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"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Wake up wake up a wake up. Wake up wake up wake up you're listening to mouthpiece Michael Bennett and Pele today. We're all with CAM and carrying the and they have a podcast. Sex Talk we my mom like having sex talk with your parents is always hard but they have a podcast and they talk about it quite open our podcast sex with my mom. It's still extremely awkward. Even five years after doing this I was wondering that I had told Michael Up. Because we've been together so long. Both of us know each other's parents really well and I said Hey who. What would be more awkward? You're me talking to our moms about sex and definitely was both of ours would be awkward but then it kind of makes me think that I'm like way. We were really young when we had our first child also and so now I'm like Damn we should've been having a sex talk when we're that young teenagers so we like miss that part and I mean it i. It was like tough to talk. We thought this podcast would just be fun to do because the or stories kind of like my mom was dating. She wrote this book called the cougars guide to get your ass out there and then I started using that my stand up comedy and so eventually I was like we should just collaborate since we're both using the same material. We usually ask our guests. Have they ever walked an apparent having sex or vice versa? Of course how I never have nine nine kids either seven of us and I've never walked here. Maybe she don't remember it. Would trauma are built up these sick? And maybe the wall of her catching her parents was built up brain. She did something else I can't live. That's one fear I have. Now is the curls walking in on us. We have three girls so I feel like I'd be mortified if they ever walked in on us. I.

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"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"About like your personal experience and don't bring that into the conversation or don't bring that into like. Oh we'll I had this one time and it was great but I don't like when you do it. I want this cousin had it. And they'll be like Oh. My girlfriend told me that this was really good. Like that's not the moment for the The star of your conversation about Youtube right now. What's happening? I think the tip of the week is to have a monthly sex talk. Which your wife or your spouse but it also to lead into the warm up. What is the warm? Yeah were the warm up is how you get on. How do you start that interaction? Conversation to get it on. Maybe he likes his. You know you brush up from your booty. Brush up on him a little or he wants you to grab your her but like it depends on how the warm up is an because I say. I'm like a an oven more so usually I don't would you talking on Mike like that? Most women leading. I'm letting everyone know that I am like. I'm more so like an oven. I need to be preheated. Sometimes I'm just like okay. It's on pop in depending but majority of times I am like I. Have to be preheated. Then you can think about that because that could be someone's problem. Is that a crying answer. I do feel like man because once they gave direction. They're -SSUME that the woman is ready for six like are you. Ready is like yeah. You got the basically like kid. Getting warmer is the warm up. You put sexual warm-up saying if a man has an erection he's like I'm ready. It's almost like you hitting the jump shot but nobody's in the gym type of things do you think is also like do or die because you've got to get it in before he goes down men only have so many erections in our lifetime and I'm talking with any of the slow down in your erection how you came. What if your wife is looking? So Good. And you get erect. What are you supposed to do? You WanNA use that direction. But that's another thing men. When I say you can use your reaction every time you wanNA use your erection surreal thing like just because you ready to have sex you who knows which a wife been through their day. She can have more stressful day. And if you take it about just all I just want to come in and you look at her and she just had a stressful. Yeah looking at her of of service. You look at for services starting to fill in. A in a marriage. I think like a lot of times if you're doing it from passionate way obviously thrilling to do something more fun in spontaneous but sometimes you just have this instant connection and instant bond that you have built over time and through your marriage in general so you have something that should spark in so like how do you get that sparking and get that chemistry going. I think that's where you have to really do your research of your partner. Pres research of your partner and also don't be a faint okay. That's the truth. If a woman is that she's a other and women. Because I feel like there's people I hear guy said is if a guy loses in the woman feels like it's her fault. I don't think that's true. Is here for all the mail okay? We've definitely the most but I do feel like guys. I think this is sexist. It's just one of those things I just feel like. Is We think it's to each his own. But also just come in very own comfortable when you start your conversation. So pro to have a sexual compensation quarterly monthly weekly. Whatever you sexual talk is but don't make a year they because you don't want to get to the end of the year and find out that you've been doing x. Wrong for a whole year. They'll be terrible. You know you don't want to do that so finding the Hashtag for this week also which we wanna hear. Y'All talk about is sexual warm up her. Which means talk with your wife. You choose between and she said has wardrobe has Tyson hashtag sexual. Because if you don't know what your wife wants when she wants or how you need to change then you definitely not you definitely not going to be out mean that just necessarily as sexually what you need to do. But I'm also talking about like in the mood. Conversation setting environment smells like all of that and can also affect the situation next week pillar and are talking to my brother. Super Bowl champion. Pro Bowler put you know. What he's most known for is being creative as beautiful wife Sigi together. We talk about life how to continue your love after this football. How do you continue to grow as you retire? And we just talk about being great people. So join us. We talked to my brother and his wife Sigi Bennett. Thank you please describe to us or like anything that you listen to Apple Stitcher spotify. Whatever you listening to get away from your family. Whoever you don't WanNa be around and make sure you rate us or give us a comment. Even though we don't give your comments give us a comic mouthpieces of production of Lemonade Media. Which you can find online also should platforms limit ninety media. You could follow me on social media. Moses breath seventy two. I Love Bre and Biblically always thought I was Moses and you can follow me on Instagram at Pele pels mouthpiece with Michael and Pelly Bennett is executive produced by the Bennett. Our eliminate media executive producer. Is Eli Framer in? Our producer is genevieve garrity. Our assistant producer is claire. Jones and our audio is edited by Casteel..

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"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Are they doing this to me? You just feel personally attacked and I think it can maybe. Sometimes I'll be honest a little selfish to think that way. Because you're really thinking about yourself today. I want to talk about six. I know there's a lot of films. Listen to this right now. There's going to be like go. Michael go there go beyond where any man has gone before for the coacher do coacher but how does a man get sex without having to ask for like in a way what. I'm saying like 'cause you know women because the time thinking right now is a man like of Menu. You said before men don't want sex more than women in this it could be even women like sex just yes men do but how does it you go. What are they becoming? How does a man known his wife wants to have sex and is not like a forced thing? Because I feel like there's people like this. This is your wifely duty. You have to do it but it's not the same if that's horrible. That's horrible. Feel like duty for you. Know like is definitely Sport is definitely competing. This nice. I feel I I love it. Sound real creepy. While you're saying. Is it wrong to enjoy your wife's body? I I enjoy now. I'm not saying it like that but I do think I think everyone is different. However they feel how they how they do want it in how they want to give it. Also I think everyone individually is different. So I honestly don't think that maybe some people could relate and so people can't off like a lot of men like sometimes as you always say a guy saying man if you tell them via people talk about mayors they say will you don't have a sex thing people say that Thomas not like I'm just making this up. This is something that is like when you're dating that you're like rabbits and then once you get together and you make that bond in you get married that it just drops who My question is is there anything in America do to maybe one his wife to want him more because sometimes guys for like or I can buy more stuff. I can do this. I could do that but really does it. Come down to milteer things. It actually comes down to the connection and it's just it some people probably really ask me something. Okay could get it. Yeah that is true. I feel like the conversations go so many different directions but I do also feel that how you're saying you know from a man's perspective. That is one way but I do think. Sometimes a man had the lack of sex drive also your compared to the woman. The woman could be the one that's like. Let's go let's go. Obviously you know just by Mother Nature. Whatever a man can only do so much more so away. So do you feel like sometimes like if a man is can a man be over sexual to his wife somebody be over sexual to their partner is possible where somebody is? One is so much that the person like. I'm tired like this. This is the twelfth time this week. Yeah yes why not be like that can't be like I'm asking is can be totally. There is that out there though. So what if somebody means? Sex is a workout also depending on who your arteries it compete along. It could be historic but it is a physical activity. So you are exerting energy sometimes sweating like you gotTa have some you know build up. Your Stamina. Sometimes Bano sometime man. Feel guilty because they did feel like oh she does really really want it and then you just trying to do it but at that point it does it almost selfish at that point because I feel like the connection lose. Because if if you haven't sex finish should be like something you both for filling his energy towards each other. I feel like person fills the energy and the other person doesn't feel the energy that is not a is not the same but some people might be like she not going the energy but I'm still get they are. I mean I'm not expression they're just one of those things where it's just like there's no proper protocol to know exactly. I guess each person each couple has a protocol that they see fit for six because people know what they're what their sexual. I think like you have to learn that person also because say you are in a previous relationship. Whatever you did. That person doesn't mean is about to be popping with that person like you have to read you know work at everything and see what they like. That is true because then if some people were like that they don't even bitches get to the place where they're expecting so much it is selfish. I'm not saying it's not selfish and the other person like that's not getting sometime sexual six is selfish like there's people like that. I look like I mean it's very rare that people were like having sex and those people who feel like if they're partners have really enjoying it turns them on more. Yeah so people like. I'm not even trying to get there. I'm just trying to go like a wrap. Your China come. They're not trying to let you come either. You're saying from like a male you know when he's done is done unless he's about to do something else but if we're talking about that then no once he's done it's done so that's why. I feel like you depending on what you WANNA do. You can't go and being selfish. You can't go six being really central woman. Let's be as she can go round and round and round like she literally can come rounds rounds in one. You know what are however you're having your little intimate moment at six. A battle is unfair because to like women. Like make fun of people with small penises. They make fun of guys with small penises. Like oh he ain't pack and he got this ain't got that he might have a strong but I was saying but if a man does have a but if a man does it is not a man fall. His Penis is is. He has no control over. His Penis is is genetically is what he's born where it's like if a man has a small penises. Almost like he's handicapped or something people want to. Maybe that's like a woman with small. Boobs are no but but that's different. Always somebody for someone with six women always make men feel like they feel like oh his penis like the first thing they say man as well he he packing that makes it man I is. It makes secure. So it's like sometimes maybe if the man is not feeling like he's saying that both sides me to be uplifted. Yeah if a second job or people have sex. If if the person doesn't feel like the other person's enjoying it or doing Phil Knight Up to where film their best. They they feel like they feel insecure about it so I feel like that could be a reason why some people don't want to have sex because insecurity petar because sometimes it's not just oh how they made a move on me how you made me feel at the moment. It could be something that they're dealing with mentally that they just can't get their body. They're they're dealing with something stressful or there had a bad day or they're feeling insecure about an area. It could be something else. Does making them not get to where the other person wants them to be the because I can see. Sometimes there's people here guys talking about like like after their wives have babies they don't feel like they wanna be naked or anything lose. Their body isn't what they're being just like I'm attracted to you is does your does have innocence. That's a big part of the of your partner is making the other person. Feel like they look good also year but sometime people get in their mind. They don't look good. You can't do nothing about it. I don't think you can do anything about that. I think really. I think you should try to continue to uplift them but I think really the end today. That's for them that they have to deal. They have to learn how to grow and deal with whatever they're going through physically because I do feel like they're constantly going to feel like they ugly but I I just feel like the men at the body image but I just feel like sex is something that you have to find a way to really make their ends like if epilepsy we should. I don't know if there's a limit on how much time you can have a week or but I do feel like there should be a connection. There should be a connection. Because sometimes I feel like a like a passionate. And they're just like a wireless quickey. Let's get in. Both of those could be equally thrilling. You're either parties. But IF PEOPLE AREN'T SPIRITUALLY CONNECTED WITH SEX. I do for like is is different because I do feel then. I mean you think of so. You're talking about marriages though or relationship. I'll talk. I'm just saying for marriage relationships. Arctic or the Pichu up to up to whatever type of sex that you up to whatever listeners. Listen to whatever type of sex she liked to have but I'm saying from a perspective if you marry and it's like Egypt is like give you guys talking about yeah. I started going crazy. My wife and she looked back in is like what the fuck are you doing? What do you think this is like I did this? Guy's always say stuff like that and it's a laugh and a locker because it's about his about being married because it's just like when we're talking about like how do you be intimate with your wife and it's like you had to be sexual and be creative while you're in. The moment is kind of fun. But you don't always have to have a conversation like hey. I just heard this saw this. Someone told me this. I'm about to do this sometimes. You should just start getting creative as you go because sometimes what you think you WanNa do you my switch it up into something else. There's true to be like. Oh I like that. And he's like I don't know what I was doing us just trying again and it might be something new the water like okay. That's it that's it there's bore. It could be something where he's trying to do something and it's okay for him but it's getting her right and she's like okay. Whatever you just did that their do that again like I really liked that and I think sometimes when you're in the mood in the motions and then it gets like awkward and you're like okay. I got to say something. I don't think that's bad especially when you're married is you're going to be with this person in the every day. So let's let's stop. Listen look like recap recap what do we do here? Okay move this way do that. Let's try that again. Let's not do that and then you don't have to. Maybe stop like you can keep it going. I do that because a lot of times. Mirror get very limited on Things that they would willing to do sexually are willing willing..

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"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Wake up wake up a wake up. Wake up a a said. Wake up wake up. You're listening to mouthpiece Michael Bennett and Pele. Benny could the other night. I was talking about. How in relationships couples get mad at each other for the simplest things. How do you stay in a relationship? Where big things matters? Small things matter to but we're so hard on each other about the smallest things. Let's just say one of my friends told me? His wife told him that she's not going to have sex with him anymore because or she doesn't want to have sex with him because sometimes she falls too close and he takes to close out and she leaves him in the four. And that's the reason why I don't WanNa fuck you and I was thinking like Damn Best. Kinda harsh to be in a relationship with each other in some of the simplest things that we take so serious are really serious. Are they really worth our anger? Really worth our attention. There's a really mess up our relationship ardy worth it. I think it depends on the person because like you just said if something is small you know to the woman and the husband's thinking that it's not a big deal or something big to the woman in the Hudson thinking it's a big deal. He has to like almost come down a notch and be like. Oh this actually is a big deal in her mind. So how do you come to that over that issue? But the thing is that how she's GONNA use sex. Sex is something that I feel like. A woman should not use as a weapon. Like women are using that as a weapon. They use the net as a bargaining chip in relationship. If you don't do this you're not getting no ask if you're not doing this. You're not getting no head and that's a lot for men to have to deal with. Of course someone district die lies. I'm living in Russia if a woman is using her vagina as a bargaining chip. That's unfair for the husband because dude because of one man can go so much longer. Sex are now. Let's stop there right there. You just said it yourself. You just had a woman can go without sex longer than a man that she'll be fine. Is that true? I don't know if there's true but it's it's not well. She's doing a great job. But that's why because a man expresses himself sexually differently from a woman so I see why a woman could use that as a weapon which I don't agree as right or actually maybe wrong depending on the situation but.

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"bennett" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on LadyGang

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"bennett" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"bennett" Discussed on Q95

"Bennett. Sorry and hit me with your best shot. She is one of those ones so far snubbed by the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Hey, maybe twenty twenty we'll see. Is Led Zeppelin? Nah. Nah. Nah. Nah. Nah. Nah. Sharing the ups and downs.

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