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Pfizer Jab Doesn’t Seem To Prevent Hospitalization but Still Gets FDA Approval

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last month

Pfizer Jab Doesn’t Seem To Prevent Hospitalization but Still Gets FDA Approval

"Are they pushing vaccine. Where people are getting hospitalized with the virus that the vaccine is supposed to prevent. And i will tell you anecdotally of someone close to us here. In the charlie. Kirk show to eighty some things that we know got the chinese corona virus. They took a steady regimen of ivermectin hydroxy chloroquine despite massive co biddies including copd and heart transplant. And they recovered. Do you hear stories like that. Did you know that your own government issued another guidance telling you don't take ivermectin. I can tell you firsthand experience at not as a doctor that there was some positives that came out of that and people are alive today because of it. So the fda has now approved a piece of medicine that according to axios axios dot com is forty two percent effective. We heavily publicized. The story that jen psaki in the white house that the biden regime is not requiring the vaccine for white house staff or workers in the white house. If you're a marine you have to get the vaccine or you'll be dishonorably discharged if you're a teacher. You have to get the vaccine. You work in a nursing home you have to get a vaccine and yet the white house has come out and said and we have this story on charlie. Kirk dot com. Jen psaki says no we the freedom of choice in the white house your own rulers. Want to be able to opt out of the vaccine.

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"biddy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:15 min | Last month

"biddy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"This time in san bernardino california biddy. The smith family and the rest of their enslaved workers settled down near the santa ana river and set up a prosperous cattle business. There was just one problem for robert smith. Slavery was illegal in california. Robert tried to conceal this fact from the people. He had enslaved but the american civil war was brewing back. East and slavery was the major topic of the day. It was looking more and more likely that bitty would end up free at. The smith stayed in san bernardino so instead of allowing that to happen. Robert plotted to move the whole family to texas and to trick biddy into coming along to california law stated that if someone voluntarily returned to slave country they would be legally enslaved again but vide- had befriended a group of formerly enslaved people in california who were bent on keeping that from happening. A woman named elizabeth rohan called the sheriff who wrote up with a posse to bring robert to court rape before he was planning to flee the state the robert claimed that biddy and the fourteen other people he enslaved were just family who volunteered to come with him to texas. The judge pulled biddy into his office explained the law and asked her for the truth bid. He chose to stay in california and the judge ruled in her favor. She and over a dozen other. Enslaved people were now freed. Biddy chose the surname mason to honor a massa mason lyman. The mayor of san bernardino and a mormon apostle later apostate biddy and her daughters moved in with the family of formerly enslaved people in los angeles which at the time had a population of just two thousand people. She became a nurse and midwife by trade and eventually delivered hundreds of babies in the town across la. She came to be known as aunt. Vide- videos soon fixed her eyes on the real estate market. She saved up two hundred fifty dollars enough to buy her first plot of land on spring street where she set up a homestead for her family but the property quickly became much more than that maybe made her home a refuge for the lawson weary. She also ran a community daycare and town meetings soon. New businesses started popping up on spring street and bitty saw an opportunity for profit. She sold half of her property for fifteen hundred dollars and built a new brick building on the remaining half so she could rent out to businesses. She sold off other properties she'd previously purchased for more than five times. What she originally paid biddies real estate work in los angeles was instrumental in shaping and developing the city in. Its early years using her business savvy. Biddy earned a fortune estimated to be worth three million dollars today. All without ever learning to read or write. She was also famously philanthropic. She organized the first african american church in los angeles founded a travelers aid center and funded an elementary school for black children. Video also helped her family by property to in eighteen eighty five. She sold part of the spring street property to her grandsons for the sum of love and affection and ten dollars vinnie was quoted. Saying if you hold your hand closed nothing. Good can come of it. The open hand is blast for it gives abundance even as it receives by the time biddy passed away on january fifteenth. Eighteen ninety one. She was the wealthiest woman in los angeles and one of the most beloved too but for reasons unknown. She was initially buried in an unmarked grave and evergreen cemetery. In nineteen eighty-one the mayor of los angeles and members of the church vide- founded rediscovered her grave and held a ceremony or they marked it with a tombstone to honor all the good. She did for the city all month. We're talking about women in the driver's seat for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manica weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia manica special. Thanks to liz caplan. My favorite and co-creator talk to you tomorrow.

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"biddy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:58 min | Last month

"biddy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Mason was born on august fifteenth eighteen eighteen somewhere near hancock county georgia because biddy was born into slavery. The circumstances of her childhood are mostly unknown. But we know. She was sold to a family of enslavers mississippi by young adulthood. These new enslavers were robert. And rebecca smith farmers who made bitty look after their children tend to their livestock work the fields and act as a nurse and midwife for the family during this time he gave birth to three daughters of her own ellen and harriet. When robert smith converted to the new mormon faith he decided to pack up his family and moved to salt lake city with a group of other mormons. Of course biddy and the rest of the people. Robert enslaved were forced to come to in eighteen forty seven. The group traveled over fifteen hundred miles in three hundred wagon caravan across multiple states to get to utah bitty set up camp for the smiths cooked all. The food heard the cattle and acted as midwife all while taking care of her own three daughters though utah was still part of mexico at the time the smith family settled into. What would later become salt lake city. But soon robert smith decided he wanted to seek greener pastures again. This time in san bernardino california biddy. The smith family and the rest of their enslaved workers settled down near the santa ana river and set up a prosperous cattle business. There was just one problem for robert smith. Slavery was illegal in california. Robert tried to conceal this fact from the people. He had enslaved but the american civil war was brewing back. East and slavery was the major topic of the day. It was looking more and more likely that bitty would end up free at. The smith stayed in san bernardino so instead of allowing that to happen. Robert plotted to move the whole family to texas and to trick biddy into coming along

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The Life of Bridget 'Biddy' Mason

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:58 min | Last month

The Life of Bridget 'Biddy' Mason

"Mason was born on august fifteenth eighteen eighteen somewhere near hancock county georgia because biddy was born into slavery. The circumstances of her childhood are mostly unknown. But we know. She was sold to a family of enslavers mississippi by young adulthood. These new enslavers were robert. And rebecca smith farmers who made bitty look after their children tend to their livestock work the fields and act as a nurse and midwife for the family during this time he gave birth to three daughters of her own ellen and harriet. When robert smith converted to the new mormon faith he decided to pack up his family and moved to salt lake city with a group of other mormons. Of course biddy and the rest of the people. Robert enslaved were forced to come to in eighteen forty seven. The group traveled over fifteen hundred miles in three hundred wagon caravan across multiple states to get to utah bitty set up camp for the smiths cooked all. The food heard the cattle and acted as midwife all while taking care of her own three daughters though utah was still part of mexico at the time the smith family settled into. What would later become salt lake city. But soon robert smith decided he wanted to seek greener pastures again. This time in san bernardino california biddy. The smith family and the rest of their enslaved workers settled down near the santa ana river and set up a prosperous cattle business. There was just one problem for robert smith. Slavery was illegal in california. Robert tried to conceal this fact from the people. He had enslaved but the american civil war was brewing back. East and slavery was the major topic of the day. It was looking more and more likely that bitty would end up free at. The smith stayed in san bernardino so instead of allowing that to happen. Robert plotted to move the whole family to texas and to trick biddy into coming along

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"biddy" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

07:14 min | 3 months ago

"biddy" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Throw momma from that train. Their john's number one and talk to him about this one On my way over here. And i gotta take a from the horse's mouth as it were divine as herself and pink flamingos. Oh no oh yes divine. And i said hey divinely only forty two years old but then i put i put. What's her name anne on my list. Tiny wilkes on my list. Also forty two but divine is a psycho for sure. I mean. She wanted to be the most vile character alive on the planet Through murder and of course. True dog feces eating. This is a movie that is nearly impossible to to find last. i checked. There's just nowhere to be found. And it's one of the all-time biggest cult hit movies. You can you. Can you imagine. Pink flamingos was like the like. The colts moody. And you can't even find it now which is upset and just waters of course directed at the point in be streamed and then his backup would've been kathleen turner and serial mom. She plays a serial killing mop also by john waters but Losing goes on the criterion jail. Is it this all right cool. I didn't know that last. I checked it was nowhere to be found so starting to prove that criterion a little bit more than i than i did a nice brian. Rents i would like to hear the listeners I like to think clay as well. Who set me up with the criterion. How long ago was that claim. That was back in november. So i took six months. Oh nice. I've got five six months with the criteria. I love looking at a staff picks to their descriptions one which i'll read next week verifying for really very dead on. You know what one of main staff picks is right now on criterion gentle gruber round land. Frown land this traffic. It was very similar to something. I would have said about the movie. It's not a movie to enjoy. It's a movie to endure. Don't like to adore sociopath. The all over that frowned land. Thanks to chad. Ice for sinus frown. Land don't thank you. thank you very much. Throw momma art Listener list thanks to jordan wolf. Who compiles our listener list every single week this week for psycho biddy sinks to sean hamburg goes a little like this. Any wilkes from misery is number. Five is also my number five tied at number five. Is mrs voorhees from friday. The thirteenth number four is mrs trunk bull from matilda. Trench bowl or chunk. I couldn't tell you. I cannot tell you either. Have none of the telephone. Number three is margaret from kerry. Oh typer laurie fucking. Hey call good coffee route. Four number two ruth gordon from rosemary's baby and number one is dolores umbrage from harry potter point. Six percent of the overall thirty one point eight percent of the top five. And you know what it looks like our listeners or even younger than i give them credit for. Maybe kerala was a great pick For you to see this week you know. That's a good night last week piper. Laurie from kerry. I didn't even go down the religious like route crazy. Like religious law from donnie darko. Did the crazy dance. Dark eyed scissorhands got towns. One in their god. That's a whole avenue. i failed even consider. Hey top five religious zealots. We did that did we. Just it's good list female religious also rans do yours all do i now. I can't you have to start with krill. Deville a bitten. The old lady in gremlins wants to keep killing. Billy's dog yes shoes ikea sure where else. Let's see. i guess technically the queen from the favourite could've probably Qualified this she was. She was a psycho i think she called royalty bitty i guess yeah the mom or the the who the fucking woman how. She won the academy award for the fighter. She was in prisoners listener. Leeo and yes. Thank you also the grandma from the night professor play baby murray and all would you consider the the sweet old lady who Adam sandlers giving piano lessons to in the wedding singer. Okay crazy you meatballs religious zealots. We did in july of two thousand sixteen. I had one female on their only on mrs carmody from the missed. Why was this year because she wasn't zealous. Nearly as much more zealous different lists see that norma desmond from sunset boulevard. I mean it's right there. Mother the mother and mother not the the english speaking mother but the one that we Ejector to said that any thera- good is Jessica tandy and fried green tomatoes although around yep and then Just handy and and driving miss daisy. But she's cycle. Choose pretty psycho. She was pretty angry. She pretty mean she's an old biddy for sure. That's the thing you gotta figure. Out old and psycho heredity terry hereditary. That without giving way there a cycle for sure Drag me to hell. I also didn't even talk about this in the beginning. But i didn't go with the possessed old biddies and there's a number of them because somebody decided a while ago that little girls with black hair. That's long like a ten year old little girl and it's wet in some kind of like sleeping outfit is the most terrifying thing. It seems like every year movie for fifteen years had to feature a ten year old little girls long black hair. That's wet in sleeping gear. That was scary and then also old old women Possessed terrified and that it shows up at a lot and including Dragged me how Thinner and then the conjuring the devil made me do it. There's an old biddy in there and norman bates in psycho almost did it. I study no one. Let's let the ladies have their have their Auto owners day but he was identified as a woman she was being a psycho and it was right there and then do we take a lot more sympathy towards Or no norman. These days in the light of Transgender advances in our sympathies torturing transgender. Same with guy dressed to kill. Yeah i don't know if like you know how let's coming off now. What are you doing there. What are you trying to say that just because you wanna be a. You're born a man. You want to be a woman. You're psycho wait. But did he want to be a woman did he have to be a woman because he had that missing piece which was. Oh no i mean you know what. I mean dressed to kill different story. That this gamble is really know where to bring Gamble let's.

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"biddy" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"biddy" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Say no not filthy. Oh so yeah you bastard just turn around and walk out of the same way as you came in now. What he's referencing. And of course the piece of modern art that she has foul giant penis. Yes and then. He does not heed her warning steady. He taps the the art. I've had people over the years. Brian who know i love this movie. Who always been curious about a been afraid because of the reputation with a particularly the sexiness the right the rape scene which is sexy very very bad. Call us the horrific raping But it is more comedic than it is vile specially to today's standards and he did it by. The i mean. Kubrick wasn't going to calm. He wasn't going for that like gut punch like this is the most horrific realistic racine. You've ever seen he wasn't going for that he was going for something different. Miriam karlin is the actress and she also appeared in Children are meant less. Also read that. Brian and I couldn't really find her in the credits On the first page. So i think she was pretty deep in their recognizer. But yes cat lady. All one word from nineteen seventy-one clockwork orange. Dara so much fun cell. Moving onto sean number three psycho biddy and that would be madeline. Kahn as mrs white inclu- you'd never saw clue we're seeing i. I'm not s- include. Everyone said that sean Likes movies more than me. More than you unless me more about becoming a little bit about. Klu klu seems like homework clues a movie that i was familiar with growing and i just never had time to people. Love clue like grab the loves clue. I've never seen as i can't say clue and clute i've not seen either gonna tell you clever exclude. The sequel is not clue. Just looks like something. I don't like mysteries. I mean they bother me. But maybe she's like i used to be. This is where we need. We need like sean. He'll be able to weigh in here. People invite phone such a particular list to and he's got so many polls that you know this makes up for the The list which was a little bit Light light this week. Our brady got. I'm going to delete in the mood for love. I'm going to write down clue for what. Why would we used to assign anderson. You had in the mood for love to sign me. It was weird. Move well sometimes. It's a movie to assign us when i would. You would ben. Her should not be assigned. Either one of us. Our debut will not talking the original now right now where we do. We're not that show we. Are i feel like. I watched that and i forgot about it because it's not good and there's a lot of horse abuse get out number two for me inspired choice enters. And this is my stephen king. Movie charlton heston berlin. Castro charlton heston the same actor in my head. It's not fair. But i always confuse it to number two for me as stephen king movie also movie. I didn't particularly like it's also movie we didn't particularly like no. It's not Pet cemetery i'm talking about it chapter to his great mrs kirsch. Yes led by joan anderson. This is a this is not the best scene in the movie. By far this is perhaps the only great scene in the movie. And i also did the thing. I've talked about this before it's been a while. A wish. more movies would do. Which is they took a standalone great scene and essentially admitted into a standalone tramp which i saw a number of times like you probably thought a number of times and each time. It was thrilling and terrifying and hilarious hits that mark. The tone was great. Because for me. When i when something's really scary becomes funny because it's so wrong and that this deceit had all naked in the background. This is about her. Her scurry was so funny. I know it was. That actress was great great. She wasn't great. So this is the scene. If you don't remember where a grownup bath played by jessica. Chastain childhood home is now inhabited by mrs kirsch and mrs curses a bit. Odd and Jessica chastain politely stays a cup of tea and cookies but turns out. Mrs kirsch may not be who. She presents herself to be dish. You might might not be real altogether. She might be a sheep. Are wolf in sheep's left. Good point she's Increasingly erratic and bizarre and then she excuses herself and that great audiences things chastain does not right love that when i on one is employed properly and they do something with it. They don't have it. Be something silly right. This was silly but it was so over the but it works and this is in the distance and the doorway. Like you're sitting the door. Cutouts dark we can just make. Just make her out. Yeah i don't know if it really to landing as my buddy. Greg would say like ended. The final reveal is a little bit of like. Yeah like anytime. Mike ye donald dolny way to really drive home to have something to run quickly toward you. Daddy was in the circus so good then that moment where that part where she just checks out she's just gone. He's freezes basel amount of time like beyond pregnant. Pause you freeze. Say she's like she got shut off. It was so good so good..

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"biddy" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"biddy" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I thought he was very gracious. Very good luck. Ask saw if we weren't better friends. I think this is very hurtful. Good your troubles me on this story got that i think of it to pay draft back back back. I forgot about the details. Until i retold stories different. I'm doing a flawless. Hang hill and pam said. This is unresolved true. There's not a bench us. Wow if mike ever need some time off where we should reach out did you say how did she say. She said that when she turned she walked out. And we're standing in the whole not sure what to do good stuff. I'm not sure what to do. None of us were sure what to do. It's kind of like. I basked in the glory of a perfect performance. Did you know that you you of all. The shots took that night rehearsing in the in the studio. The one where you did it for was you have to agree. It wasn't perfect. can you. At least give me this much. I did off air to you. And i did a decent handcuffs he did. It wasn't bad it wasn't it was pretty good. It was created. Now you know what i break. Every once lost the ability to do I know terrible. So then i guess you got to take some time during the breaking clips gimmick compared him all right just get to this all right number five for ios on walked a memory lane. It was a fun fun. Walk down memory lane. It felt hurtful time enjoyed my pain. No you know what. It is. Brian as i think we had the kind of relationship that i can. Just i don't have to pull punches and I don't have to skirt the sugarcoat things skirt issues that they've got to tell the story from my perspective as i remember it without without without changing the story. I like if. I didn't know you that well but if it came up and ask those oh yeah and you can tell the hank you waited so patiently for and she never came out and you actually have to like the show was over and you have to like tell her on her out the door and you didn't bring good job like i would never do that but you got guts. You got moxie. And i appreciate that. I would not have had the balls to do that but he had a talent. You wanted something she would appreciate because she knows mike judge he works with them and you did you. Seize the moment and i. I would not have done that true. I guess they got that going for me but but the but the uncomfortable part is the funny young. Do you find it funny very. Oh no is getting really upset. Let's go. Let's go upset all recover bryant you. May you watch army of debts. Do you wanna half hours think. Or even of your. You're like maybe we are. I didn't assign you a movie. I do that a gamble at this embassy. Let's go number five for me. I'm to impression here anderson because she is simply credited as ancient booher played by margery mason from the princess bride ninety seven. You'll know her from princess butter cups dream when she dreams that she's marrying prince humperdinck and the town is there to bow to her. Meet their new princess queen. But wouldn't you know what there's one there's one old lady in the dream. Oh she's not happy by. No urgent has actually pretty compression and She's not local gotta call headline well. she's dead. She died in two thousand fourteen. He was born in nineteen thirteen anderson. She was seventy four years old at the time she lived until she was one hundred years. Old you might know her also. She was in pink floyd's the wall she was the teachers bricks. Matama psycho biddy also that movie. She was the teacher's wife. She was also in howards. End costumes by the f. Are mentioned jenny bevan in the last episode and she was also in love actually anderson. I believe he was one of the women member when And she has a small part in or psycho bright in the prince. Doing well she she. She interrupted this this ceremony by an princess buttercup clip shoes. Why why do you. Why do you booby. She's like because your true love leaves. And she's she's bed monitoring her. She's like the queen of faith the queen of reviews and the queen of garbage. And i feel like you're you're nailing. I'm actually doing pretty national cigarettes seventy four year old woman. Yeah yeah thousand. Four thousand maybe. When one of the one of the instances examples or where the brain tumor might help you actually. You're right. maybe i'm becoming a psycho biddy. Wow channel by that number five for now. Okay this is. I gotta i gotta make an argument because she was only forty two. Maybe forty one at the time of filming misery. Yeah kathy bates not old but she she her her behavior her way of life definitely at least mimicked a an old biddy. If not she wasn't she was on a fast track to old bitty hood. And i think she had already achieved it. She had already crossed that threshold. In fact i'll make an allowance for any character who you know for. A fact is going to sunday. They live there's going to be some day an old biddy themselves. Yeah like if i. If i had if i were to explain to my son want old bitty is i'd say like short of her not having grey hair this is how they act and i even have a. I have a clip here. I think back on my argument. This is her take on swearing and this is after she for those not familiar. Stephen king movie iowa match most of you at least know the what it's about. What's that stephen king. Movie coming up to and and do you. Yeah he's pretty good with the babies at one point order. My research and i did a lot for this. A lot of rabbit holes. Go down actually put in stephen king old women old i because there was a bunch of annie wilkes from misery she. She finds herself in a position where she's a caretaker for one of her favourite if not her favorite author and james colin james caan. And he's shelby isn't he. He's he's laying in bed and she this show. She's letting letting him know that she doesn't like the kurt. The one thing. She doesn't like an his writing styles the cursing and it goes a little something like this. You can hear this. Everybody talks like that they do. Not what do you think. Say when i go to the store in town now. Wally give me a bag of that. Effing feed and ten pounds at fits cow born in the bank. Do i miss bala. Here's one.

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"biddy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"biddy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"At all. Lifting people out of poverty, empowering residents not growing, empowering people, not growing government. And so he memorializes those principles that are, you know, principles that put one on a path to independence. Second lesson. Of the 17 76. Tonight's curriculum features the extraordinary life of Biddy Mason, an African American woman born enslaved. It ultimately died as a multi millionaire who became a prominent philanthropists and landowners. She's in California. If I recall the story Biddy Mason properly which I do. She also sue the state of California for her freedom. I think she passed away just before the turn of the century. So she is a ah woman of the 19th century and Ah, I believe she owned much of the land on which Hollywood is now situated. The third lesson Elijah McCoy born to fugitive slaves, but ultimately became a mechanical engineer. Who secured nearly 66 year old patents. McCoy was inducted into the U. S. National Inventors Hall of Fame and designed products that were so superior that train engineers demanded oil or systems that were to become known as the real McCoy. And that's where that phrase comes from is not interesting. If you didn't know it already. This is so Bob Woodson. And it's so stark the difference between 17 76 and 16 19 between conservative intellects like Woodson. Solution ists as he would call himself. Ah and steal and Glen Lowry, who we've had on the show in Ian Ro and Jason Hell, and John Sibley, Butler and so many other people associated with 17 76 unites Project. Bob Woodson's one of his signature lines when whites were at their worst in American history, blacks were at their past. The point of lifting up the stories of black success is to give lie to the victimization narrative of the left Biddy Mason and Elijah McCoy. In addition to many other stories, I mean, think Frederick Douglass, for example, and myriad stories. Throughout the course of of Jim Crow, where, despite all of the odds being stacked against black Americans by law, subject, Gatien by law, second classes and status by law, you had thes successes in additions it also Wall Street so many other examples. The Tuskegee Airman The golden 13 that Bob Woodson wrote about in the Wall Street Journal. Just a few weeks ago, we talked him about it on this program. And so the point is to say, Wait a second. You can't do anything in 2020 America because Of what was done to your ancestors and look at all of your ancestors, contemporaries and what they were able to do. Under systems that I mean, come on. No one can honestly compared to 2020 Teo the situation on the opportunity in 2020 America. It's absurd to suggest anything less So if Elijah McCoy and Biddy Mason and so many others can accomplish what they accomplished Under those oppressive systems. Then you can't accomplish anything in 2020 America without Ah, The white man. Providing ascent without the white man paying reparations. This is ah riel opportunity. To Ah changed the course of America away from this Dead end of race identity politics. And as ah Shelby Steele. Argues, and a suspect will after we come back. Race is the source of power. You don't want to establish One racial order to replace a previous racial or that's not the takeaway from Terrible institutions. Inhumane laws under Jim Crow. The barbarism of slavery. The point of that is not to say, Well, those institutions were okay was just the wrong people in charge of them. It was the wrong victim class and the wrong oppressor class. How much sense does that make? It makes none. And yet, that's the road that the 16 19 project wants to take this country down. And Bob Woodson and Hiss colleagues in academia. And houses of worship communities around the country, doing the hard work of trying to lift people out of poverty through behavioral changes. And accessing opportunities. I mean, that's the path that.

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"biddy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"biddy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"2021 send a piece of cakes in my house. I mean, that works. If you did a zoom wedding, that would be the way to do it. Just like Send everybody a piece of cake. I think so. Or here's what you do you find a spot. In a park and you have a big sheet cake and you individually wrapped the pieces of cake and then the wedding. Guests can just drive up and give a I like that I like and you can wave and everyone's been wedding, So I got to drop off a present like writer weather doing that. That's why they're doing and we just pledged to do that. Like ad infinitum from this point forward, there are things that I I hope will become a holdover from our cove it times. And I can see how that how you could build a case for that. I mean, I literally can you imagine? Yeah, we're going to go to Barb's wedding tonight will be done in 15 minute. Literally fix time. I'm just going to drive there and get a piece of cake. He's out. When we come back on the culling and Bradley show it will be time to play a little game. That game is called the Throwback. A. We'll do that after this on my talk one of 71 The cat bits have all been submitted, and we have my talk are busy putting together the cat Video Festival Virtual Quarantine edition. It'll Premier online Thursday, August 20th and we'll run all weekend for you to check out because you need some crazy cats in your life and crazy. Cats are the only good thing about a quarantine. It's free. But we are accepting donations for this year's charity Biddy Kiddy Brigade. They rescue neonatal kitties. You can read about.

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Professor Ruqaiijah Yearby Discusses Structural Racism in Health Care

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

06:57 min | 1 year ago

Professor Ruqaiijah Yearby Discusses Structural Racism in Health Care

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Cosso. During this podcast rookie year be professor and member of the Center for Health Law. Studies at Saint Louis. University School of law. Joins me to discuss the effects of structural racism in healthcare, Professor Year be welcome to the program. Thank you for having me on professor year. Because bio is of course posted on the podcast website briefly on background listeners are likely well aware of the US has had a long history of persistent and substantial disparities in healthcare, access, delivery and outcomes. For example, the black to white infant metality ratio has never dropped below two to one. Over the past two decades, the healthcare research and quality has publishes disparities report. In it, a third of disparity measures have shown no improvement in nearly one in six have worsened. Or largely explains healthcare disparities or health inequities is structural, institutional or systemic racism, though frequently less overt structural racism, the fair to provide equal benefit to racial and ethnic minorities is embedded in healthcare, education, employment, environmental housing, transportation, and numerous other governmental policies as a result, structural or endemic racism, 'cause minority population, suffering far greater disease burden, and has results significantly higher mortality rates. As I've noted recently in previous PODCASTS, due to higher rates of on and under insurance that have led to higher rates of comber biddies covid nineteen related deaths among African Americans and Hispanics are far greater than among Non Hispanic whites. George Floyd before he was killed had recovered from covid nineteen infection. This will recall structural racism was the theme of my January ninth discussion with Andrea Freeman, regarding her recently published book scam, breastfeeding race and injustice with me again and discuss structural racism in healthcare. His professor year be so professor with that. I opened with a brief and I'll admit somewhat blurred definition. Of Structural Racism I know you distinguish between structural. And Institutional. Can you explain this difference? Yes Oh structural racism is about the ways that our systems are structured particularly to advantage the dominant group in disadvantaged minorities. It also includes ways that organizations and institutions work together to create standards and policies that benefit them while harming minority and so we can see an example of this particularly in the healthcare sooner in the healthcare system when we look at access to healthcare, many predominantly African. American neighborhoods, predominantly immigrant neighborhoods do not have access to hospital care and that is so important doing Kobe nineteen, because that's where many people are receiving tests and treatment for covert nineteen and so the fact that we don't. Place hospitals based on need or need for health care rather we structure our system in a way that access to healthcare is based on ability to pay then benefits though who have jobs that have health insurance that can pay for health care, while it disadvantages racial and ethnic minorities who tend to work at low wage jobs, but do not have health insurance and cannot pay off for health care. Thank you I do have a question about hospital locations in. We'll get to that. Let me ask as a follow up question regarding critical race theory, somewhat similar fries actually possibly shocked that a week ago today the health affairs blog. BRIEFLY DISCUSS CRT in a post by Michelle Morrison and others. Can you give us a brief definition of what is critical race theory? for me. Critical race theory is about critiquing how. Has Been used as another means to harm minorities, particularly as I think about it anti-discrimination law when we look at historical articles about this we see they. antidiscrimination law has been set up to facilitate and support the existing social structures. When you look at anti-discrimination law in the area of employment you are looking to prove that an individual or that institution allowed policies that harmed individuals and. And so it never gets to the point where you're challenging the structures or the systems of employment, they can stay the same. We only look at individual perpetrators who have done some harm. So when we think about employment that is so relevant now in covert nineteen, because a lot of the wage, workers are being deemed as essential workers under covid nineteen, but they're not being provided with math. They don't have paid thickly. They do not Count under worker's COMP. They do not receive unemployment compensation because. Those are do not apply to them and so let me give you a specific example so the fair Labor. Standards, act. was passed back during the new deal time in nineteen thirty eight, but that was also the time of Jim Crow, and so it left out. Many workers domestic workers who include home care. Workers agricultural workers as well and so. What the? Standard acted was. Provide for a minimum wage overtime pay and limit the work week to forty hours, So. Most of these workers are not covered We're not covered by this actual act when in two thousand and fifteen. They did actually begin to be covered under fairly. Standard to act Then you see a shift again and the structure of employment, and so no longer are they considered employees companies shifting to independent contractors

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We must have an agenda. If we don't, the one that gets set for us, will not be good enough

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:58 min | 1 year ago

We must have an agenda. If we don't, the one that gets set for us, will not be good enough

"First off before we get all the way into today's episode. I just WANNA check on you for a minute. Are you doing? Are you hanging in there? This is a very very tough time for so many of you. Many of our listeners have already started to email me. Dm Me and and reach out to me and let me know that just struggling in a very real way not just not just the emotionally which is real not just mentally and that's real but you're struggling financially You are struggling physically to hold it all together. Many of you have lost your jobs. You've lost your income and we don't necessarily know where the end is going to be and don't understand what's next and what's going to be happening in the days and weeks ahead and it's part of why. I want to have today's episode episode number one ninety nine. I want to have it on a key. Point that I think is at the center of my life of my leadership of the book that I wrote that comes out in April and I will talk more about that next week as well. But when you don't have an agenda as a person as a community as a nation as as a group of people when the people you love and care about don't have an agenda don't have a plan or a strategy people will take advantage of you. Do you understand what I'm saying that as you are as you are having a hard time right now as you see that hard times are about to come your way as we face. This corona virus pandemic as we face national unemployment levels that we've never seen in modern American history as as scientists suggest that huge percentage of Americans will likely get the corona virus in that it will hit certain communities way harder than others as we see nations like Italy and others have Ford five hundred people a day dying from the impact of Corona virus. If we don't have a plan for our family for our community for the Group of people that we most identify with and listen. I'm just going to be transparent if that's your ethnic group if that's your nationality if that's your economic group if it's working people if we don't have plans and strategies in place right now. I need you to understand that. Corporations and people in power are are developing their own strategies. And what's going to be happening today through the weekend and particularly next week? Is that the United States government from the White House from the House the Senate will see it also in court. Systems will see it. In governor's offices state legislatures city. Councils mayor's offices they are going to be making decisions. District Attorney's offices police departments. They are going to be making decisions on their agenda on their plan on their strategy. Moving forward and if we don't tell them what our preferences are what our needs are what our our requirements as part of that strategy are if we don't say those things out loud do not assume ever that they are going to just because they love you and care about. You are going to integrate your needs into their agenda. Do you hear what I'm saying right now. Our local state and federal government is about to make huge decisions on bailouts on cash infusions on policy shifts and changes. And if we aren't telling them exactly what they need to do with that if we aren't saying specifically that you need policy a B C and D in there. They're not GONNA put it in there. Here's here's what I know in. It's what you know in. This crosses all party lines. This crosses nationality ethnicity faith religion age. Most of our government officials do not act day in and day out with the best interest of every day Americans in mind. They don't I don't believe it. They often act with the best interest of their donors in mind with their backers in mind but rarely do government officials act with the best interest of the masses in mind in great part particularly when we start talking about members of the House and Senate and of the executive branch they have not been apart of the everyday class of Americans in so long that they don't even understand often the needs and struggles of everyday people and the only way they are going to include our priorities in their bailouts in their legislation in their packages. The only way they're going to include us in their agenda is if we demanded. And here's here's what? I have to teach even Lynn. We demand that they include our priorities in their agenda even then. We only get a fraction of our priorities. I wish you could see my hands right now but I have. My hands stretched out far to the left into the right. You have to give somebody a huge number of priorities with the reality that they are only going to adopt some at. My hands are getting smaller and smaller and smaller. They are only going to adopt some of those priorities. But if you don't give them any priorities if you don't give them an agenda at all you get nothing. Do you hear me if you don't say listen. You need to include these nineteen things in whatever legislation you pass if you don't say those nineteen things you you're not gonna get anything because what they'll do is they'll they'll squish those nineteen down and they might only take three of your policy points but if you only give them one or none you'll get nothing it's the it's the beauty of having a big vision. A big agenda. Do you understand what I'm saying? It's the beauty of asking for lot. Knowing that the the the the meat grinder the the sausage factory of of our government will grind that thing down to something much less than what you were originally fighting for. So if you're fighting for a big agenda it's GonNa get squished down to something much smaller but if you're fighting for little biddy agenda it's still going to squish down normally to nothing and if you're not fighting for anything at all that's exactly what you're going to get

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"biddy" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"And they also don't talk about that sometimes outweighs, you know, like, the the benefits outweigh the side effects in a lot of cases. So yeah, that that biddy ill the response to that made me feel like so much better about my decision. Also, like, I stayed on this Olafur few months after that. Because I felt like I'm making I was making the right choice. But I certainly point it was like, well, this isn't the. Option for me. So I might as well, try something that could not have that side effects. I think a low of on medication including myself, obviously think they have to put up with a certain number of side effects because it's like, well, this is literally preventing me from feeling awful. So I'll put up with not being able to sleep. We'll putting on weight once the kind of balance of that been like fee. Do you have any advice on when the side effects are too much? And when you do need to think about changing meds. I think you should always be having a big discussion with your psychiatrists when you're starting any medication. And you know, if you're if you have a good one, they're constantly, you know, while you're transitioning they're checking in there, making sure it's good like, I think that you you sort of know, I also think that there's been improvement so medications there is combinations of medications. And so it's not something where like you're gonna try one thing. And then you'll be fixed. I mean, sometimes that happens, and that's great. But. It is a journey in like you. It's your body and you have to decide like what you're comfortable with. So there was so many options out, the absolutely there's so many now I didn't realize when I don't I thought it was just Prozac, and that's it, but you kinda actually try different options in find one that works better fee, totally different different dosage, and then like, you know, these like these additions like Wellbutrin really balances nicely with like an SSI and link I was onto thing else at one point from tex-. Like, there's a lot of things that they can do. And also, there's you know, other things other than medication that you can do exercise is so important sleeping while is so important, you know, potentially like meditation mindfulness like it's it's not like a one stop shop. Like, you have to do a bunch of things for you. Personally, you doing a of quite intense Wirkstoffe with port casting with YouTube. How you the audio mental health in the midst of? Actually by mental health is the healthiest one, I'm busy. It's I really kind of spiral out of control when I don't have purpose when I don't have anything to do. So for me right now as like a bunch of my projects like winding up like I'm terrified of like August. 'cause like my my deadlines will be done by then and don't really have the next thing. And so that's like what's the scariest thing to me? And I'm trying to just like not focus on that. And realize that like things change all the time and opportunity to present itself after the open to different opportunities. And also that you know, I have worked really hard this year. And if I take a month off that's not the end of the world, which is something I could never have done a couple of years ago. I relate to that quite hot. I'm just terrible at taking any kind of holiday 'cause I know the entire time. I'll be no feeling great. I think sometimes he'll brain just needs something to focus on set Sakon run rampant on negative things. Yeah. Well, I can do vacation..

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Colts roll to their 4th straight victory, 38-10 over the Titans

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:31 min | 3 years ago

Colts roll to their 4th straight victory, 38-10 over the Titans

"Is unbelievable to me because this team that was maligned and now the colts have gone five straight games. Yes, sir. Without allowing a sack, which is the longest sackless streak since Steve McNair when six straight games without a second two thousand six who would have thought this collection of Lyman this cults. Team would be the line that would go five straight games without surrendering sack. What is that line doing what does that offense doing? What is that team doing that? All of a sudden, Andrew luck cannot get touch during a game is unbelievable in Chris Ballard GM and Frank Reich. The head coach have done a phenomenal job at changing the culture in that locker room. And when I say that even in training camp, I went in and I watched them, and I talk to the offense of line Antarctica the team after practice, and I remember going in yesterday, and we walk in the locker room pre-game, and I told told Chris and Frank this feels like home this is the locker room that I'm used to when you walk in. There's an expectation. They're going to win games. There's an expectation that their offense and defensive lines are going to are going to run roughshod and give them a chance to win games. And I'm so proud of of the. Culture that has been created in such a short window. It's Ballard singing and Frank's first, but the culture that's being developed and the belief by these men that they're going to go somewhere. They may not be this year. You know, they may have some pieces they gotta fix, but I'm telling you there is a belief in this locker room amongst these guys did impact a football team not for just one season. But for a collection of seasons and not only did Andrew luck. Not get set. He didn't get touched yesterday against a line in a defense. Totally ret Tom Brady and the patriots the week before. I mean, they harass radio all over the field. They couldn't touch Andrew luck. And the throws it. He's making the timing that he's throwing on when his foot hits the ground. I could I could take cutouts of manning and that offense with Frank Reich years ago when we were playing and look yesterday when it's back foot is hitting the ground. He knows where the ball's going whether it's Hilton on a post whether it's a drag out whether it's a hitch on the silent what and the ball is. Coming out and the trust. He has between the receivers tied ends and backs of where they're supposed to be it looks like the offense that it should be and the timing, and the consistency that everybody's playing with it all starts with elephants of line. But everybody's bought into the philosophy of whoever's turn it is. They're going to get the play. And I'm telling you man, I told him yesterday. We've been texting this morning. I'm just so proud of the way that they're handling it and Q Nelson Quinton Nelson. They're they're pick their first round pick. He was six or eight. I can't remember whatever the number was this guy is ex. He is an animal. I mean, he is an absolute animal he lives like baby. Huey. And he's got this massive by little little biddy had beetle juice. You know, and he is a laying people out, but Smith from Auburn. Yeah. I think he was the second round pick in this kid is is playing ball, and they all are encouraging each other. You know, Ryan Kelly their center this is third year Li it's best football. He's playing and I was talking to him before the game. I'm healthy. I can binned can move. He got a little banged up yesterday. I'm good. Yeah. But but this kid is playing and everybody's game is being elevated because of q

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"biddy" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"What are these three things a love that I'm a boss. I love that. I know how to handle material things in my life. It money, Correa positions and so on. And I love that I can step into that king position with, you know, might tame in my community and so on, and really, you know, are in that king energy as well. So can I pull a copy you is to you? Do the. Hey, Lee, and while you're reshuffling, those employing cards for us, I want to talk about the design of the book because it is beautiful. So it's all purples and golds, and the design of the deck itself is really minimal. And I think that if you ever feel overwhelmed by all the imagery that you see in a deck this, this is a really great deck that everyday tarot deck because I think it really simplified some of the imagery where you can really see a few symbols key in on them and translate them. Yeah, absolutely, sir. Eleanor gross is the illustrator of the everyday dietary dick and she was super fun to work with. In fact, she got soy socked about the project. We did seventy eight Qods in two months. Typically it's like us, but she did in two months. She's prejudges con, stop going. This is too much fun. And I think that's kind of testament to these magic of tower ruin. You know, once you get into it, you get into the vibe of it and just it lifts off. But so our intention when we were designing the dick, yes, was Cape it, simple to keep it modern. It's based on the right away dick. But when Eleanor and I were working together, I would kind of pull out the symbols of Cape base things in they stuff extra information. Let's take that out because I want people to be out of focus on the things that are most important while also still having enough data that you can get into the story if the Kodka's that's very important technique that I use, and then I take is to say a story in cod. So we're very mindful of that. We've also done some really neat things around Genda this women in the Qods and they're in those strong Qods to like the night of Saud's is now a woman. It's a thin not. And she soil since one of my favorite Qods Queen of cups is a moment and king of. Oh, man. Love that. It just it really embodies essence. And also because we're working with three colors waking, they're really date, rich, Pepple, a gold and white. We would also bring more. I guess you can say like diversity to the deck. We've got people with purple skin who've co pay with golden skin, and we've got pay with what skin. So it's nice to bring a bit more of that modern element into the Qods whilst not IVA complicating it. That's the important thing. And they, they see the mini gods, but I didn't. I think they should be the new size of tower because finally they fit in my hands perfectly. An don't have to like concentrate while I'm shuffling them going everywhere, like do with many of the big addicts. Yeah, painting they, but can I scoot back to the sofa love cod. So Kathleen, during this fun fee, it's the ice of ones it showing a hand holding up a stick with legal. Yes, leaves. Let's go JJ, Kathleen, I invited say, I love that. I am. I love that. I am. Let's see. It almost makes me feel like I'm grabbing opportunities like I'm gr- I love that I am grabbing opportunities. What is that on the left side of the card on the opposite side of the hand? Yeah, it's a little castle which which fa may signifies that you might be the very beginning and this security and safety coming up and also that feeling of stability as well, but further in the future. So you know what I'm seeing on that though, because it's on the left side of the card for me that feels like the past. So it almost feels like I love that I'm willing to take new adventures and to leave home, but also maybe that the future is bright and then also the one with the way that the leaves are. It makes me think of seasons and living with the seasons and being in tuned and embracing and loving the changes that calm with spring and summer. The dropping of the leaves in the fall. So that's what I would say..

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"biddy" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"Bridget SO mind is a professional tarot reader and teacher intuitive business coach, and spiritual entrepeneurship. She is the founder of biddy tarot and inspires over four million people each year to live more mindful and enlightened lives using the tarot as a guide, a self-confessed tarot lover. Brigitte can't help, but spread the love to other tarot enthusiasts. She teaches a Spiring terror readers how to read tarot with confidence, and she helps tarot professionals build their own business empires that are aligned with their sole purpose. When she's not reading tarot Bridget loves spending time with her two daughters and husband on the Sunshine Coast and Australia. Bridget. We're so excited to have you back on the show. I think that you're one of our top repeat guests, which officially makes you a boss girlfriend? Oh, I sup- as excited. I was thinking yet three times maybe I'm like one of the only folks who've been on here for three times, so I absolutely appreciate it. And I love chatting with you guys. Super per fun. Well, I am doing what I'm turning into a tradition with you. I think the last time we recorded it, we started the episode with me pulling a card and Kathleen and I trying to decipher it for selves in remembering we have bitty tarot on the podcast, you're probably let her do it. So I'm going to pull a card if you don't mind go for it and we'll go from there. Really scary one. Here we go, I know or may major. All right. I have the four cups. What does that mean for us? And our conversation is always that the intention that you had in mind Emily when you out pulling the cod? So like the context for today? Yes, yes. Oh, I sorry. Interesting. Like the four of cups for me is kind of like choosing your opportunities. So oftentimes you have things presented to you and whatever reason you may say yes or no to them. And sometimes we say, yes, annoy delays, opportunities kind of more out of apathy or not really gelling with stuff or even being a little bit despondent in some ways. Other times that we can be a little bit more dissenting and we're making those choices based on emotional needs and kind of what we're feeling at the moment. So it's just it's an interesting one to say, come up and thinking about what you're saying. He is similar to. What do you see Emily? Because you've got the cod right in front of you always encourage folks to really check in with the imagery and what it means for you. I agree with this. She sitting with four cups tour in front of her to her behind her. Also to are like where she's sitting in two or on the ground. I see that as like a myriad of choices and she's sees me hanging. She seems to be making her choice of one of them, and there's no difference between any of them by any means. She also seems a little. She honestly seems a little like. I guess emotionally separated from the choice. She just kinda like, I guess I'll take this one low. Yes, it's very much right. We have some questions laid out for you today. Are those a bunch of birds flying above her head or is that Chechen gold foil decorations. Oh, okay. So it looks like a bunch of birds flying, but it's actually gold foil. So I'm into this card as meaning that no matter what I choose, yes or no gold is going to be falling on head. And the best way. I agree with that. I agree with that one. We'll take that one, so perfect them. Let's go at these questions, but I think as usual, we will say yes or no to them as they come along and follow the conversation wherever it goes. So thank you Bridget for hanging out with us today. Let's dive in. I think that this is such a great way to even open this show because something that you and I do often is pull a tarot card whenever we're having conversations with publishers in which one to go with or whenever we're really struggling with a certain decision in need to see things that we can't quite see or need a different perspective on it will pull a cart or pull a spread on it. And so we have learned how to use tarot in this way a lot from you Bridget..

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"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"A waiter look. This is so sweet. Oh, so then at this point I'm Jewish, my fellow Jews. Like die, Ainu dying. This is all we get that would be enough. But then it's like, meanwhile, on the other side of the three feet away, then it's like, so those Margaritas during the, yeah. Darren, does lighter delicious water. I love my mock Teletubbies. Just like tomato juice and grapefruit juice dress. Wonderful, just wonderful. Isn't it? Nice not to need anything. So all the way on goes, she says that her into so how the Margaritas and during it goes. Applejack Cheerios bids. Which girls starting. She's starting. Channing darling. Trouble winter into starts like she starts looking like she's looking under some cupboards in the kitchen use starting what say, Jan. Hey, again. They don't like working at like, jiffy lube sees this second, your end. Good. You say again, don't stay that shit. Again. Don't say, okay. And then like that. Those are. You just get really aggressive? No, I'm saying it's very non aggressive way to as right now. You back in. Which you you apologize. Apologize. Say it regret it. Three polish is. Creek ship. When that balloon all night, I'm not about it taken from you, and you could stop that to balloon stashing. You're actually doing to lighten London, but in that. So trying to stand her ground and look, it is very difficult understanding what to do at dinner when you're not drunk, I wouldn't be able to do it. I mean, that's what you do at dinner. It's an American tradition who goes to dinner. It doesn't drink, so she's already confused, but she's like, I have nothing to oppose like maintaining her dignity. I wasn't wondering street coconuts Huck. So you're going to start with some uppity. What up anything you particulars. What about you be count? If you got married, newer journalists, and they're, you know, marriage in the campus. She goes, you lost your counter ship. You lost the counter ship like it's like a card from triple eight to county no much rain. Couldn't. Derived size service, known con, donnas chip bookie. Oh, so this is really what you feel about. It's like when someone reads your resume back to you and you're like, how dare you. Oh, I see how dare you call me Aquafina like it says on the bottle. I mean, Lou Ann Lewis. Any opportunity to get indignant. I mean, we remember which believe it. They're making sleep downstairs. I mean, I just got you. Were thinking, put me upstairs, downstairs rooms. Easing as you anyway. Drinks, and then he rest. Yeah. Right..

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"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Rushed. What is your your glass? Half full. Like what the fuck are you doing right now? Like what does that even buck and Ramona being positive yet? She feels like you're knowing why? Why? Because she'll say something and then you do that. Tip standard, ignoring her shop roaming, get out, so Carolco's over to smoke and just they blurred her into out because Reynoso offensively fucked up already cell light outside. They literally blur out like she's a dick on TV. Sparkle dress like. Drunk fingers, pointing back there. But I wanna talk about taxes that on the poverty communities. The sick. Feel like surly like stomps back to the table and then Bethany. She just like leans into her classic materials just like, you know, what does wall up wall up wall is up. I was like, oh my God. She listens to the podcast. Gracing the walls. So Carol returns the table and she's like, I wanna which mask the elephant in the room, which is like a classic Bravo line. Now, the elegant official fucking elephants one of these mass. Everyone just ignore this elephant. That's not a nice thing to say about Tinsley. So the rest of this section I entitled to biddies because it's so long and winding its released epizotic -ly. Yes, just like dickens. Did you don't know what the fuck is going on half the time and it just keeps cutting back. This is going to be, we have to like, did you like that literature? I read it was great. This is like for us, this is like going to the moon. It's like our first to the moon. We were like, we don't know about this technology, but we're going to do it and try to make two enormous fights happening at once cross cutting for like a half an hour right. Here we go. Yeah, that was your warning buckling. It's gonna get make your decision. Okay. Is your opportunity? Okay. So she's like, let's address thin. It's ruining everyone's trip. So then Ramona is like in this by so she gets up. I wanna talk to you about how things happening. I feel distance between you. There's a little bit of hostile. And I feel just like it's my last summer and I wanted to be nice. I just feel like I want to give you hearings, but I can't not yet. Not yet. Oh. Not having attention calmed down. She was digging barn girls back during this thing. So that's me is trying to relate to Carol in the way the only way that anybody can relate to Carol with like really bad literary attempts. Okay. She's like what we have. It's like, Rosen, Carol. Ocean. I'm literally exhausted from what I. It's okay doll, you worked. You gotta work out before? It was a lot. Yeah. Okay. She's like, you don't Rosen. You know how like what? Like what comes in and history. His hits. Had enough so that it's like, okay, just and then like it's a little more like another comes into like I could take a wall. Also on the all flex wing pool. Supposed to be a washout. Eroding Roman. There's a little more. The water like the water. No, also known wash over me, just drowning like kill me down the what. Veracity of that statement really touched me and my core zone, but. Okay, so, but for real though, like so Bethany is basically like just like, you know what, I think like when things went wrong was over the summer when we had that stupid little bullshit and people start gossiping. No, that's not what we're gonna do. That's never we're going to improv class. Don't say now nothing that you're not going to say no right now, but that is kind of it actually really did bother me because if someone just saying, here's where when wrong with the moon, I'm so sorry. I'm being like Ramona right now. It's not mean talking, so I'm gonna just make an. But like it's annoying. Like if you're saying things went wrong. Looking like a short order coke right now..

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"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So just say so anyways, so they arrive at this place. By the way, how crazy was that resilient. So. I mean, Ashley, right? So anyways, so they arrive. And I guess we should know that this is going to go with the wrong way because it starts borrowing like stuff from it. You know, there's like up loon. Got the blend Brenton to balloon. Look, there's a blizzard. Richard, I go down to the, that's going. All right down there that actually makes a lot of sense into the gutter and came back to this dinner like she was pennywise, Tim curry is now for the rest of this episode? Yeah. Oh, yeah. I know the old. It. Yeah. But like differences, giant, sparkling, ridiculous. You know, like when you go to like a like a tourist tourist trap, there's always these spitting shining things, and things went around like this, and it was like, you'd never like just like walk by them, but they're like, who am I. Making his Richard Richie. It's not read. So the best part is actually that during this all the balloon first balloon by the guy, I wanna I want I want to like, have you learned nothing from nutcracker gate? Let her into have the balloon and give her credit and also Durant Durant, maybe. Mocking Bethany because he goes. Where did you get that to the store person you Durant? We heard about it from you. Okay. We're the only podcast that will spend five minutes discussing balloon, but it had to be discussed because does that. What are you taking on the plane? You can't even take a bottle of water on the fuck. They're not gonna let you take that on the plane to buy a seat for that bullying. Okay. So. The table and this crack everything. The wind does cracks me up. I mean, I'm like a huge, huge Lou and STAN. And so Louis gets into chair. She just like this. Taking shit. What's going on in there. I got so much. I got like twenty house nineteen thousand blooms about about this about outside addicts addict. Shotting I ads still so sad still had rules. Bethany shows up now. She's got the balloons. She's bought the balloon. She shows up. I got a balloon. I've never seen someone so miserable. Joy bland, like enjoy that balloon at the very people blue this cracker smile. So Sonya decides to cheer Baffoni up. She's like, you'll never believe what new. Clack clock like like lack. Hero came to my room and she was talking about you and it's pretty bad. Okay. Let's order Carol. Meanwhile, while wearing Vegas showgirl feathers, firmer ears hugely is wearing yada. I don't know what's going on in this episode. Where did Carol by everybody re airings and we just didn't see that part. His like little cats hanging living cat hanging off their ears. There's one person who did not get your rings and that was Bethany. And she's like, oh, say getting getting getting mccown. That's welcoming. Okay. Cheetah brand tutoring. So that's. And carols like I got a smoke. This is why like to smoke because you can go away from people which Ayman. Hello. That's why it's my. It's like about threes in the Smith. But before that happens, they all start ordering drinks. Do you have any special Martos job among tale to. My caveat jokes tells. Bach, Terrill monk. So like a mock streak, coconut one of those, so then sends like, oh, yeah, that sounds good. Tale to keep a little too Quila. The corners? I don't. I don't. I don't. Mukilteo. Package, you could just throw me on the ground because you wouldn't even have to handle me with care because I don't even that's how little I don't care. What Beth do you wanna die? Coconut. Because I really start to wonder about those twos friendship. So Durant. Now her drunk voices already starting to merchants already. The food starts coming. His family style again during his. Cable. Eating anything. Certainly on there like playing with the straw drawl wrapping and Bethany. Bethany is fixating on Carol smoking. She's like, when. Okay. What did you talk to buy your like what's going on with that? Everyone was like, well, vacation bonds, people k. Okay. That's vacations work. That's why met Mario, and I told Mariel, I'm going to Khartoum Inga. Okay. So let's reborn down in Columbia. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. This is for our daughter slash best friend..

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"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Yes, not even across this hour. Seems like on there just like glaring it was like a Cobra like I am terrified talking and the bathrooms like. She's like hiding in the hat rack like ET. She's like. What he's saying when carols like, well, even wear. Uber you would? Yes. You probably with necktie. Her. Into goes, no. And I don't need lobsters around my leg either. I mean, it's true who hops around this down there just like string lobsters together for Doritos. So Bethany, then she just like everything in the store and has this like just like a giant mound of like things she's bought, and I've never seen someone looked so unhappy with buying so many things just like, look, I bought everything. Like retail therapy, it does not work that way. I don't wanna be down time enemy that is not that enemy. So then the shit starts to now. The brewing starts. Sonia goes up to Beth news like just so you know, Ramona's that means only friends with people wench want something in return. And then we got a flashback of Ramona being like, Bethany, give off. It's much catch doesn't give back on it jeeze, but it's true all that Ramona's given Bethany tour across the Brooklyn Bridge. One time gave me nothing in return. Monster. I loved these monsters is just loving this. You know? Because Massieu somewhat if I with Ramona Mike, she's the only person who will speak Tabatha knees still guests, but I just learned. I believe. But then but now like Ramona's rushing to crack the case here and she's like, she's trying to figure out what's going on between Bethany Carol. And she's like, you know, it's almost as if Bethany strong twin tag is the situation might think it's Bethany. She is like going around yelling at every single person on this trip. Relation Lino the country lying though. In the yuno people know different things. The one thing is people stuff. Good. Talked her into. Thanks. They had a camera on you for that one. Then. So then it cuts back to, she's like, oh, and then Carol, you know, she just has all you do. Take take. Take take Sonia is living in some rat infested broke ass down our this e probably borrowed from somebody at some point. Just never returned it with Brown eyes, Brown eyes. Let's not forget. So then Bethany launches into her her accusations. Like maybe a taker. Maybe I'm gonna take of people on trips. What maybe maybe that's what I do. Maybe like love to take care of the problem. Maybe that time I take care of the Florida. Maybe like taking people Mickey Mouse. What about that? Yeah, highlight that fast past Carol. How about that? Just taking taking take so much like get back to you. But then it goes from like, prologue Paris the Bahamas like all these great things. And then I took adamant Carol to the Hamptons. All right. Come say at my couch, it's going to be great, but I know I actually that drives me nuts because I actually know why Carol is saying, I hate when like someone just man's all this mental energy from you and emotional energy, and they think, oh, I'm going to buy you dinner in that, like makes it equal that actually drives me nuts. So I actually think like Bethany is not getting this situation. Thank you for that applause. Really good. One person was like, we don't have to agree on everything. I'm very back areas. Lee bought down saying. I'm gonna forget the shit. You did the next day anyway. So just by me shit. Yeah, thank you. So then Bethany is freaking out because sonya's giving all this information and then ends all of this because I'm just rooting for you guys. Be friends. I gotta call them. Okay. This look, I know I'm a gay person. I don't have a lot of experience with penis vagina, but that does not mean I do not have a lot of experience with women. Yeah, yeah. This is what every man is terrified of this phone call from y'all. Know what's me to be feeling..

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"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So Ramona's having various dilemma. She has found a gigantic hat, and she's like, whoa. This cover me down here. A need to make sure my hat covers all the weight to my chest, hey, hey, this hack big enough to be big enough because every my best friend slash daughter, she loves and I'm always like a small hat and then a large hat with two limes. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. What. What. And is, you know, sonny's mass tube, at least she's a good friend. She's like, no, that is not your look Ramona Ramona. No, it's like a ten gallon hat. What about this. She actually goes what by the doofus doofus. Ramona high? No. So then Carol, of course, finds a handbag shaped like a cat. And she's like, does this make me crazy? Cat lady girl. No, it didn't make you crazy. Cat lady. He was crazy. Cat lady, three years ago. I think it was the six cats all named baby in your apartment that makes you the crazy cat lady. Finding up Draper is so then Bethany comes in and his decided to make an effort, you know? So she comes, I'm I got any at that. How much is this two hundred and fifty dollars. I don't even. I don't know. That's. Back to back. Don't even though the hats Awami. I don't wanna hang out what he went up doing walkout and ice..

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"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"This could be the most epic Bo trip of all time best since the Titanic. So stupid Ramona goes on her Instagram. She's like, hey, hey, everybody excites big episode. New York City, and the internet was like. Yeah. I mean off the boat episodes, it's not like we got us should episode. We actually this. This might be our most challenging recap of all time because we had a four ways. I'm fight in the middle of Columbia, which I don't know. I think that's like a gift from the just for laughs, God's. If you ask me. So previously there was an old guy in a red scarf. Britzka red scarf. Let's let's you're the red scarf over here. We already know what it's like. Sheep taxing. I went up the red skull up. Oh my God to red scarves. Are you guys gonna be? Okay. Fight. No one has ever wanted to fuck that guy like the entire. When did this happen ended? This guy become hot. Yeah, only on this with that guy be hot. Yeah, I know it's terrible. So so this episode picks up where we left off last week, which is Bethany was just having a ridiculous panic attack in the kitchen. Much, much much like what's going on, what's what's going, how high. She's like, Vicky. Gumbleton, you know, Vicki gumbleton starts having a panic attack. She's like this little baby. Bethany gets heard this like baby Bethany voice..

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"biddy" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"biddy" Discussed on No Agenda

"How to behave as human beings by killing gay people kidding burs colbert bear is now erc because even bear knows that the ugandan government how i mean that is interesting this must be a cia line about uganda i just knew it is new because we've heard a lot about uganda most of it is they kill gay people they teach gay hate and hiv hate and all kinds of hate at least up and potemkin missing journ he even i on what's going on back into a little more just see with that whole thing about uganda biddy biddy where we went to visit for almost two weeks and just got back days ago the what is so extrordinary about the gun in government is they are teaching us how to behave as human beings poohpooh but what do i mean i've been before to other trips one on the balkan first lesbos in two thousand fifteen every time after i finish i immediately go to be with the refugees with the international rescue committee twenty fifteen there were a million people but at the at the beginning of shooting season five it was an episode in a syrian refugee camp and then they're one hundred twenty five thousand people trying to get across the balkan route sanctuary in germany then in a march twenty sixteen the eu shut the doors no options no possibilities these people are going from a temporary situation to possibly permanent lifelong situation in these settlements camps whatever you choose to call them and so all the needs and everything are different uganda's the polar opposite gone is a country that is about welcome building welcome not building walls and they're.

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What does the Bucks' Eric Bledsoe think of the Celtics' Terry Rozier?

The Starters

01:40 min | 3 years ago

What does the Bucks' Eric Bledsoe think of the Celtics' Terry Rozier?

"Back with the starters where it's time for a little fill in the blank playoffs edition fund trae the celtics terry rozier scored twenty three points and hit a monster three late in game one in boston lemme follow that up with twenty three points and eight assists last night all while not turn the ball over in either game getting basically anywhere you want to after last night's game when asked about scary terry eric bledsoe threw mad shape terry rozier biddies fill in the blank eric bledsoe trash talk was one wakes us because the thing is like benji the shot as you know end of the bench guard i mean rosie's playing at the painting credible series so just sort of who he is i mean i understand you're in a playoff you lost ease had two bad games bledsoe but he could have at least responded in a little bit more of a respectful mana agree he is being petty that's my word for it not as cool as weeks he's definitely but he's getting played his team is getting played it's not like they're up to oh and he can just sort of take this high horse they're getting schooled and maybe he was sort of grilled on social media and in public after game one when he was lost on the floor one zero zero that big shot and maybe he's sort of acting out he's just angry had enough of people talking about or vote it to him at the same time this is his first foray into the postseason as a starter i expected a little bit more and the entire orgnization expect a little bit more i think we're gonna see a lot more malcolm brogdon who only played eighteen minutes off the bench she's gonna take a lot of his minutes next game here.

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