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Fresh update on "brown" discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

00:31 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brown" discussed on Broken Record

"I like that. That's nice. It's three endings for the processor one. When I was listening to that really reminded me of something that I remember talking to the band about on the day. And again, it goes back to this idea of creating music that sounds like it's belonging in a particular space and a place. I remember saying, and I don't know whether it was on this tune, but it kind of is relevant anyway. I remember saying, you know, you got to imagine that you're playing and there's people around you making a hell of a racket. I remember saying at one point, you got to play as if people are basically ignoring you. And everyone's about to just do that all the time. But it's trying to get that spirit in. Because I know having played a bit in weddings in you name it. The way you play adjusts to the crowd to a degree and so I really wanted to try and occasionally get that feeling of the band of about to maybe fall apart. It doesn't really it doesn't feel so in that. Apart from that little N bit, which is really nice. It's like it's more or less like they've kind of given up all right, come on, let's get a drink. No one's listening. And I really love that about it. Because that felt very important to me from the point of view of getting it to sit right under because I'm thinking I'm what I'm going to put over the top of this, which is a shame on one level because I'm covering it with people drinking and talking and the sound of this that and the other. But on another level yeah it's about how can we, how can we make this really sit right in the dramatic situation? And on yet another level, that feels like the appropriate place to be. That's the appropriate setting. Listening back to that, I haven't listened to that June for a little bit. Marcus, the bass player marks Penrose, absolutely still in job of holding everything together. Yeah, he's such a mummy, basically. He's amazing. He's totally as you sort of cling to Mark. He's got such a strong rhythmic drive and he's so brilliant with forms. He's always absolutely right on it, you know? That idea of fighting to for that audience, I feel like it's something that's lost, you know, I think that's sort of why jazz is sort of regarded in the sort of rarefied air now this idea that it's to be played with an audience who's deadly quiet. After every you have to clap after the solo. It's like, well, maybe you should earn it. And maybe you should earn the I was always fascinated by the jazz cafe in London. I'm talking about 2030 years ago now, but I remember when it was done up, they had this on the wall above the stage. They had ST FU during performances, thanks. And that meant shut the fuck up. Jeremy performances, and it's like, that's an interesting vibe. Do you know what the F four in Brixton, if you're ever in London Justin, you have to go to the F for a tavern in Brixton, because there's an incredible set of musicians who play their led by a guy called Alan weeks who's a British Caribbean guitar player. He played in loads of reggae bands in the 70s and 80s and incredible jazz guitar player. And they just set up in the corner of the pub and they just play and it's this kind of is brilliant and it's a proper sort of raucous gig where people come to drink and dance and have a good time. And you know, and they play all these tunes, they play all the old standards and all that stuff, but they also mix it up with playing scar tunes and reggae things and James Brown and kind of funk stuff and it's really interesting how they, yeah, they absolutely they've got great integrity as musicians, but they absolutely make it accessible as well and I think that's a strangely tangentially related to that is the business of doing music in within podcasts. You know, there's almost always a voice happening in a podcast for obvious reasons that voices bank center center stage, you know. So it's like if you were writing music for a film or even for like a radio drama or something, it's conceivable that you would have the stage to yourself for a little period. But that really very rarely happens in a podcast. You might get a little sniff of it when you narration at the top of the podcast makes way for the theme. And it's really interesting. It's a really interesting challenge about how to make music that will that can coexist with a speaking voice that is pretty much always there. So I do remember as a times when people were doing these sort of amazing solos, and I just thought, that's great to have in the can. But I'm going to need a sort of slightly paired yes, something less interesting. And it sounds awful to put it in. No, that's the gig, isn't it? That's the job, and it's like, yeah, and I think that's the same dead right podcast even more so than other things, but even when you're scoring music for theater or film or whatever, sometimes a really interesting bit of music is the last thing you need. And the jaws music or whatever those iconic things that are just like two or three notes, you know, are so brilliant because they underpin the emotional and the narrative beats of the story in such a great way. Yeah, they exist in the spaces around. And yeah, I'm kind of really fascinated by how music is absorbed in these sort of situations. I mean, honestly, you would be horrified if you took some of the keys out of the shows and just listen to them in absolute isolation because they're designed to work alongside a voice. And the listener kind of goes in and out of it, that they're not locking onto it. Absolutely. I don't know why. I thought of that just because we were talking we ended up in that area of people talking over music, but it's interesting kind of correlation. I wonder if we should play the Gershwin tune next. You guys did a version of man I loved it. Anything you want to say about it before I play it? No, I think if you play it and then we can particularly stick it back in my head. Okay, let's give a listen.

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Tatum has 37 points, 13 rebounds, Celtics beat Mavs 125-112

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Tatum has 37 points, 13 rebounds, Celtics beat Mavs 125-112

"The Boston Celtics scored 70 of their 125 points in the first half and added to their league leading wind total with a one 25 one 12 win over the Dallas Mavericks. Celtics forward Jayson Tatum scored 37, while his teammate jaylen Brown added 31. The Celtics led by as many as 27, but the Mavericks cut it to 9 in the second half behind league leading scorer Luka Dončić's 42 points. But it was the balanced Celtics offense that secured the victory with all 5 starters scoring in double figures within two minutes of the start of the second half. Great gadski, Boston.

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Fresh update on "brown" discussed on THE AMATEUR PODCAST

THE AMATEUR PODCAST

01:25 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brown" discussed on THE AMATEUR PODCAST

"Boy. I know it. It just looks sane and GTA 6 we've been expecting instance forever to the point that the hype is like gone nobody even thinks about GT 6. The audience knows would be into the whole PlayStation now. I like still 5 years younger. Yeah, okay, just like for example, this series was the call down with kids and they were just running around. Oh my God. Was it strange I think, yes. Like two years from now, the hype would die like the people understand. Sometimes can be nostalgic but I, for example, is just Kendrick Lamar after 6 years, released an album. You're not Rihanna that you really like. It's like debut number one on beauty. Like, exactly. I feel like, I don't know, you stayed 65 music. What do you think that we forgot to measure that? And the concept is 90 key for regular. And in a second. On the SnapChat SnapChat, literally like I can use the 90 K invite my friends off I could stream as a chopped suya and guess what I'll be sitting down shop, not standing. I'm not tasting anybody that's going to matter. At the AMS I just held that was held. I think last week's Sunday. So you guys, I don't know when I'll have time to release episodes. So if you hear last week on just know I mean, today is actually to 5th of November. So I meant last week Sunday in my time. I don't know why not really this episode, but just so you all know. And he was meant to buff on Michael Jackson and tributes, yeah. But he was reportedly canceled for no reason. But now it shows that they say the network said they did not want a convicted domestic abuser who are not an alleged child molester. I know right. Like back to backstroke. I'm a huge fan of these people. Who's that? What risky on this person? Influence, a big, basically I think can also. I don't think that's necessary. I mean, like, have you browned or something that touched you? I think I said he day, wow, but brisk is a brother. He used to black. But any food became supports you. Like so many things. I don't know something. People I don't know about. Yeah, basically that's that's for that. And yeah, because I know I've seen videos of I saw a video of not like the actually fought for it. From the video, but it's good true water on where papaya was dancing. And I think meanwhile, our own very own games. Oh yes, true. Let's do it. Yeah, yeah. Right now. Yeah, and James Brown was there. And he tried to new down to beg for brisket. Wow. I don't know any what cops on saudia sing champions. What's it looking for on my podcast? You can't skip this photo to help. A few technical issues. We're back. All right. So you guys are welcome, and just listen to the amateur podcast. Yes. What's your favorite host? Pablo and Babylon, Andre. So now all right, what club news? Welcome news. That's the home. How you go host work of steelers. Country two hosts World Cup that lost on the first day. Yeah. And he spent this. Money is not everything. 300 billion I think. 300 billion. Are you lost? I swear, they had like different stadiums on every animal who tells them everything. This is what happens when ideas work what happens when you don't allow. But then you know. I swear that I've been drunk. England came to oppress Iran or Iran. Anyone. Something wrong. England one 6 two and netherland one two zero. Now you've mentioned this. Oh my God. Hey. And we spent out to use two scope. Oh my Shah. What do you want to ask? Most of these leagues I know. If a club takes the country loses, they out of the World Cup. Apparently, it's all you go. You play only like three times. Four people in your group, which team place three times. 'cause that's why it's from I think on the top of the groups who were top in the group who now face each other in knockout photos. And guess what? We did not qualify. That's all I can tell you people literally because on Twitter was like personal like that you got those you all laugh at Ghana. Somebody from so much from their country and Apple said that not tweeted reply to you and they're like, that by next year she will laugh with our president. Jesus. I know right. You got love now. We did not love now correctly. Speaking of shocking events, Japan, Japan shocked everyone Japan shocked everyone by beating Jammu to one. Talk about fighting spirit. Like I think we should do that this puts it by just betting for on that dog. The lasagna. Don't do

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Alex Ovechkin scores 790th goal, Capitals beat Flyers in OT

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Alex Ovechkin scores 790th goal, Capitals beat Flyers in OT

"Alex Ovechkin's goal one O four into overtime gave the capitals a three two win over the flyers sending Philadelphia to their 8th straight loss with the flyers up two one Sonny Milano tied the game with two 58 left in regulation. Ovechkin and the caps snapped their own four game losing streak. Yeah, it's important to points. I think we have said we were struggling with high position, but it's a good thing like we battle through it and get it to place. Marcus, Johansson also lit the lamp, the flyers got goals for Morgan frost and Patrick Brown. Craig heist Washington

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Fresh update on "brown" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brown" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Is one of the busiest days of the year for Amazon and we are going out and protesting and standing up and saying Amazon must do things differently and workers all over the world who are at Amazon are walking out at great risk to them. Amazon says it's inventing new ways to keep its employees safe and healthy. We're learning more about the suspect in the mass shooting at a Virginia Walmart store, CBS Jim Cristobal police in Chesapeake, Virginia, say the Walmart supervisor who shot and killed 6 coworkers, left behind what he called a quote death note at which he blamed others for mocking him. Investigators also say he bought the gun the day of the shooting. They also say the shooter had no criminal record. The Walmart shooting comes just two weeks after three University of Virginia football players were fatally shot as they returned to campus from a field trip. Literally west is with the UVA alumni association. We are trying to be a small but hopefully important player in the healing process. And trying to figure out how to move forward after something she says that is so profoundly traumatic. President Biden says even in a lame duck session he'll push for gun laws after mass shootings in Virginia and Colorado, but Dudley Brown with the national association for gun rights stresses. When you have freedom, there will be people who abuse it. The answer to violence is not disarming law abiding citizens. NASA's Artemis one Orion spacecraft fired its thrusters to slow its orbit of the moon. And test how the spacecraft performs further away from the earth than any human related rated spacecraft has gone before it continuing to

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NYPD arrests 2 in Antisemitic plot

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 4 d ago

NYPD arrests 2 in Antisemitic plot

"To New York men were arrested for threats against the Jewish community after authorities spotted social media posts about attacking a synagogue Christopher Brown from Long Island was arrested at Penn station Friday night mayor Eric Adams says he made online threats to attack a New York City synagogue This was not in idle threat This was a real threat After arresting the suspects law enforcement officers recovered a Glock semi-automatic firearm According to the criminal complaint the 21 year old operates a white supremacist Twitter group and tweeted should I become a husband or shoot up a synagogue and die along with the gun there was an extended 30 round magazine a hunting knife ski mask and Nazi armband in New York City in 2022 22 year old Matthew Mara was arrested with brown the two pled not guilty at arraignment the FBI says there's no information This is a continued threat Julie Walker New York

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Fresh "Brown" from KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:25 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Brown" from KCBS Radio Morning News

"Off even more early next week with afternoon highs on Monday and Tuesday upper 50s to low 60s. Traffic and weather together on case CBS, we have more news in about a minute. If dog people made dog food, it definitely wouldn't look like dusty burnt Brown pebbles. It would actually be food. It would be made with real fresh meat and veggies, cooked gently to preserve their nutritional value. You know, like food, the farmer's dog was created by dog people who cook and deliver healthy food, pre portioned for your dog's needs, and for Black Friday, they're offering a free first box of food while supplies last

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Bills beat Browns 31-23 after snow shifts game to Motor City

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Bills beat Browns 31-23 after snow shifts game to Motor City

"With their city under record snowfall of 80 inches The Buffalo Bills made Detroit their home away from home came away with a 31 23 win over the Cleveland Browns Tyler bass tied a franchise record for buffalo connecting on 6 field goals Now before there was a game there was digging out and getting to the stadium Head coach Sean McDermott says there were no complaints And the players never once said I can't do it They just said what do I need to do The browns fall to three and 7 they host Tampa Bay Sunday The bill's now at 7 and three they're back in Detroit for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions I'm gene battaglia

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No. 3 Michigan beats Illinois 19-17 after Corum hurts knee

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

No. 3 Michigan beats Illinois 19-17 after Corum hurts knee

"Jake moody boots a 35 yard field goal with 9 seconds left to help CFP number three Michigan stay undefeated knocking off Illinois in 1917 Moody's game winner set a program record as the reigning Lou groza award winner connected on his 65th career field goal was a Wolverine This is actually my first game winner I've ever had in my entire life Never had one in high school middle school nothing like that So you know for it to be on my final game at the big House you know It was pretty magical Michigan improved to 11 and O well Illinois drops the 7 and four despite chase brown running for a 140 yards and two scores Denny cap and arbor Michigan

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Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state

"Residents of northern New York State digging out Saturday morning from a dangerous Lake effect storm that had dropped more than 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused several deaths National weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor says the buffalo area is being hit the hardest with the highest snow totals in Orchard park 77 inches and that is storm total so far Other areas around buffalo have ranged anywhere from 20 to over 40 inches but there's quite a bit of areas on the south side of town that have seen anywhere from 40 to 60 inches of snow And he says it's not over yet This evening and through early next week we're expecting another round of Lake effect snow The NFL moving the Buffalo Bills Sunday home game against the Cleveland Browns to Detroit I'm Julie Walker

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Doncic gets 50th triple-double, Mavs top shorthanded Nuggets

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Doncic gets 50th triple-double, Mavs top shorthanded Nuggets

"Luka Dončić recorded his 50th career triple double and leading the Mavericks to a one 27 99 route of the shorthanded nuggets Dončić recorded 33 points 12 rebounds at 11 assists Only ask a Robertson has reached 50 triple doubles faster than Dončić It's a pleasure you know It's not any names and I'm just really glad that I'm here and doing this Christian wood had 28 points and 8 rebounds for the Mavericks The nuggets were without Nikola Jokić and Jamal Murray both of whom are in health and safety protocols Kentavious Caldwell Pope and Bruce Brown each scored 18 points for the nuggets I'm Dave ferry

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Celtics hit 20 3s, beat Pelicans 117-109 in 9th straight win

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Celtics hit 20 3s, beat Pelicans 117-109 in 9th straight win

"The Celtics long-range shooters were on target in their 9th win in a row One 17 one O 9 versus the pelicans Boston was 20 or 46 from three point range with Derek white firing up 6 trays I feel good I'm getting good looks and I'm just showing it And making himself he's got to continue to put in the work Jaylen Brown delivered 27 points in ten rebounds White had 26 points and Jayson Tatum had a 19 points in ten assists New Orleans entered a three game winning streak despite Brandon Ingram who hit a season high 5 trays and finished with 25 points I'm Dave fairy

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Potentially dangerous storm moves into Buffalo, western NY

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Potentially dangerous storm moves into Buffalo, western NY

"Western New York is facing a potentially dangerous storm with lots of snow predicted I'm Lisa dwyer New York's governor declared a state of emergency for parts of western New York ahead of a potentially dangerous bout of Lake effect snow the national weather service forecast says there could be up to four feet of snow through Sunday which may paralyze the hardest hit communities including buffalo with periods of near zero visibility The state of emergency covers 11 counties with commercial truck traffic banned from a stretch of interstate 90 southwest of buffalo It's already snowing in Buffalo the National Football League says that the Buffalo Bills home game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns will be played in Detroit instead because of the weather I'm Lisa dwyer

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Celtics claim 8th straight win, beat Hawks 126-101

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Celtics claim 8th straight win, beat Hawks 126-101

"The Celtics made at 8 straight wins by hammering the hawks one 26 one O one Jaylen Brown scored 22 points to lead 7 cells with at least 14 Jayson Tatum flirted with a triple double producing 19 points 8 assists in 7 rebounds Derek white chipped in 16 points in ten assists for Boston which won without injured guards Marcus smart and Malcolm Brogdon the Celtic shot 55% from the field and knocked down 21 three pointers Trey young had a team high 27 points for the hawks but shot just ten of 23 including two for 7 from three point range I'm Dave ferry

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Kevin McCarthy's Bid to Be House Speaker Is in Jeopardy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:45 min | Last week

Kevin McCarthy's Bid to Be House Speaker Is in Jeopardy

"America, bonjour, high candidate you here at live inside the beltway on the Monday after an election Jake Sherman of punchbowl news joins me. Good morning, Jake. How are you? How are you? I'm good. I'm recovering. I mean, the browns were the perfect capstone to the worst non personal week I've had in a long time when they got blown up by the dolphins, but Jake, I got one question before we get into specific. In 2016, the GOP on election eve was poised to endure a wipe out. It'll be level. Instead, the Democrats got wiped out. In 2022, the GOP was poised to win a wave and instead they got a tsunami in Florida, they got away from New York and everywhere else that is quo. Which was the worst loss. The Democrats in 2016 are the Republicans in 2022. I don't know the answer to that. They're both kind of unique in their own way. I'd say this. A lot of people who are trying to figure out what the hell happened. And there's not been any real satisfactory answers. And I'm looking forward to in the next about our getting to the capitol and started to report this out. Yeah, I actually don't think we're going to know for weeks. What happened? And it's going to be 50 different stories in 50 different states. My take on my own question is that recency bias leaves people with the broken leg feeling the worst and so the Republicans are feeling the worst right now, but if you look at it over a history, 2016 will be the pivotal point. You've got Ben Rhodes sitting on the curb in almost crying and Republicans are going to win the house. I think they're going to win the house. I think the latest is two 20 to two 15 at the worst, maybe two 22 to two 13 at the best. What do you hear? That's how I assess wasserman kornacki and decision desk. The three go tos on nonpartisan analysis. Yes, I think two 22 is their best hope. McCarthy was telling people last week that he thought it would. He thought that it would get up to two 30. That's not going to happen. So I think listen, I think, I think they'll control the house you, but I think it's going to be a very small and very unmanageable majority. And we report in punchable news this morning about some of the, let's call them asks that the right is asking of Kevin McCarthy in order to get their vote. I mean, I'm not convinced. Let me put it this way. If we're at two 22, if Republicans are at two 22, McCarthy could lose four votes. I could give you four people that today, I've got a lot of money would never vote for Kevin McCarthy. So I think it's a big, I think McCarthy's hopes of being speaker are I don't want to say they're far off. I think they're just, I think it's just going to be really tricky for him.

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Tagovaila stays hot, throws for 3 TDs, Dolphins rout Browns

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Tagovaila stays hot, throws for 3 TDs, Dolphins rout Browns

"The dolphins own a 7 and three record and a four game winning streak following a 39 17 romp over the browns to a ton of valoa through for three touchdowns and was 25 of 32 passing for 285 yards He's thrown for ten touchdowns and no interceptions since returning in week 7 Jeff Wilson was productive with 17 carries for 119 yards in a score Cleveland scored a TD on its opening drive betrayal at 17 7 and a half before slipping to three and 6 Nick Chubb had 11 carries for 63 yards 33 coming on his fourth quarter TD run I'm Dave ferry

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Tatum scores 34, Celtics beat Nuggets for 5th straight win

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tatum scores 34, Celtics beat Nuggets for 5th straight win

"It's a 5 game winning streak for the Celtics after Jason Tatum at Jalen Brown led a one 31 one 12 trouncing of the nuggets Tatum contributed 34 points 8 rebounds and 5 assists His 7th game with at least 30 points this season His night and day the way that we're playing the start of this season compared to the start of last season But you know whenever we made that change I just feel like we haven't looked back Brown had 25 points 8 rebounds and 8 boards for the Celtics who were 56% from the field in improving to 9 and three Al Horford had 6 of Boston's 16 three pointers and finished with 21 points and 7 rebounds I'm Dave ferry

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Rebecca Weber: A Structural Voting Problem Promoted by Democrats

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Rebecca Weber: A Structural Voting Problem Promoted by Democrats

"Are reading Seamus column here, make some very good points for example. Mitch McConnell out there publicly endorsing and supporting candidates who were clearly anti Trump looking at rhino Lisa Murkowski, giving her money. He also spent big money on Murkowski, even though she voted to confirm kanti Brown Jackson while she voted against Brett Kavanaugh. This is an in your face move, meanwhile, you have Kevin McCarthy out there, and he is covertly and has been covertly supporting establishment candidates and trying to sabotage the campaigns of true conservative candidates out there. That's exactly right. And we saw that a lot of the candidates hand picked by Kevin McCarthy lost races. But again, major media knows that people know the Trump's name, the average person might not know who Kevin McCarthy is, unless you're paying attention to politics, right? And even if you look at what happened with the Oz betterman race, I don't think it's because Trump endorsed a bad candidate. I think that 70% of the democratic vote was mailed in prior to the debate. And we know that the debate was a bit of a goal. And we know this as a sediment campaign really misled the public. Saying that his stroke was not very severe. So we're seeing this over and over again. There's definitely a structural voting problem. We've seen that. We see how the Democrats are using COVID to implement and extend a vote by mail in early voting schemes. So this is something that we here at a Mac or very focused about or members care. We had over 12,000 amac members who participated as poll watchers, but this was an issue impacting the entire country and we've got a really work aggressively to remedy.

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Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill's Weird 'Adult' Relationship

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill's Weird 'Adult' Relationship

"Millie Bobby Brown. Another one, she's 18 years old, this kid we've been seeing us and she's a kid on Stranger Things. She's developed into a very pretty young woman. 18. My daughter is 18. I can't talk this way about young girl. I can't say women, she's a young girl. She's dating Henry Cavill. And this is why it's weird 'cause for many years, Henry Cavill, you know, there was always a story about him liking very underage girls. That followed him everywhere for years, especially on the crazy days and nights, boards. Dad, Henry Cavill is got an a hankering for underage girls. Nobody wanted to believe it. I used to wonder he was dating my former friend who I used to call female MMA fights with. Gina Carano, who became an actress and is now in all sorts of movies, then she got in trouble, so now she makes movies for Ben Shapiro's company, but for a while he was dating her. And Jane is a beauty. Gene is fun. She's beautiful. She can kick your ass, she can take care of herself. Smart and that didn't last. And then he's back out there looking for youngins. I don't know. So now he's with Millie Bobby Brown, he's 39 she's 18. It's a big difference, bro big difference. And she says, you know, our relationship is very adult. It's a healthy one. He puts me in my place when I need to be put in my place. The things she says about this relationship. It's kind of weird. It's different because I grew up with Noah and Charlie. I meant that when I was ten. So for me it does feel like your school makes it Henry it feels like a real adult relationship. Like a really good friendship, a really healthy one. One that we have terms and conditions. Okay, can you elaborate on that shit? I know Henry, he has terms and conditions with me. I'm not allowed to ask about his personal life. Excuse me? It's like Millie, shut up, and I'm like, no, I understand completely. What kind of relationship is this? He's very strict with me, which I appreciate. Okay, can we start playing The Twilight Zone music? This is weird.

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John Zmirak: America Is Patty Hearst

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

John Zmirak: America Is Patty Hearst

"Talk about the piece that you wrote behind you. People who watch this on video can see behind you the image of a young Patty Hearst, symbiote, the symbionese Liberation Army in the 70s when we were kids kidnapped her. She was of extremely wealthy heiress. And people who are younger wouldn't know this, but something happened. Her captors sort of brainwashed her into thinking the way they were thinking. So that she sided with the people who tortured and raped and kidnapped her. And it's called Stockholm syndrome. And you've written a piece that's streamed dot org that deals with that. So go ahead and tell us about that piece. Yeah, Patti Hearst was grabbed by a bunch of San Francisco radicals of the kind that formed Kamala Harris, Willie Brown was the political mentor of Kamala Harris. He was also the political mentor of Harvey Milk, the gay activist and the reverend Jim Jones, the left wing cult leader who started that compound in Guyana and got everyone to take cyanide and drink in the Kool-Aid. This ferment, this world of crazed radicalism is what gave birth to the woke movement, which currently dominates the entire Democratic Party and is being posed on the United States.

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Tatum scores 31, Celtics beat Pistons for 4th straight win

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tatum scores 31, Celtics beat Pistons for 4th straight win

"The Celtics own a four game winning streak after Jayson Tatum jaylen Brown and Sam howser carried them to a one 28 one 12 victory against the pistons Tatum had 31 points and 5 assists scoring 16 in the first 5 minutes of the third quarter and 26 after halftime Brown finished with 30 points and 7 rebounds We got a lot of options a lot of threats And so far we've been you know for the most part it's based on the floor The Hauser added a career high 24 points off the bench Jade and ivy had 19 points and ten rebounds in Detroit's fourth loss in 5 games Kate Cunningham was one of 11 from the field and scoring a season low four points I'm Dave ferry

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Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

"Tropical storm Nicole bears down on The Bahamas forecast to become a hurricane as it heads to Florida Evacuation orders in effect on Florida's east coast from Palm Beach to Daytona Beach including Mar-a-Lago and Kennedy Space Center which is delaying the moon rocket launch The national hurricane center's Daniel Brown We're not expecting this to get the much stronger than category one hurricane But because the system is so large really almost the entire east coast of Florida except the extreme southeast part and the keys is going to receive tropical storm force winds over the next 12 to 24 hours He says Nicole's winds are already 70 mph and increasing rainfall from three to 5 feet is forecast also life threatening storm surge with the storm surge amounts as high as three to 5 feet I'm Julie Walker

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"brown" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"brown" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

"To dive into that today. I still get so angry. Yeah. But how are you seeing the way the conversation has shifted from a Kavanaugh to a judge Brown Jackson? And really, you know, from where you're sitting, I know all of us, we can see the sexism and the racism at play, but kind of like at the deeper level where you are, how are you seeing this play out in real time? Yeah, it was, it's been difficult. You know, I think the way Republicans treated Brett Kavanaugh, it was like, I still am so confused by it. There's so many, you know, conservative white male lawyers are a dime a dozen, in D.C.. They could have replaced him easily at any time over the course of that confirmation hearing. But the fact that they stuck with this guy after he had screamed and yelled and cried and had been corrected about his love of beer. Yeah, and you know, and all of this was happening because he was really credibly accused of sexually assaulting someone. And they stuck with him. What a message to send that their desire to overturn roe versus wade and to gut the Voting Rights Act and to make it impossible for the federal government to function. All of that is more important than what we just witnessed as display of sort of bizarre and temperamental behavior from someone who's supposed to be sort of dispassionately interpreting the constitution. And all of these nationwide laws that affect all of us every day, and they stuck beside him, they could have replaced it with anybody else. They had time, you know, to do it. So that really sticks with me even to this day that they really could have pretty easily swapped them out for somebody else without a lot of hassle, but the fact that they stuck with him just really sends such a kind of devastating message to country. But contrast that with how things have been going for kanji Brown Jackson, I mean, even before her name was announced as the nominee, Republicans were attacking. You know, the nominee. She didn't even exist yet, but they were already sort of recently in sexist saying, oh, she's not going to be qualified or she isn't intelligent or she's an affirmative action pick or she's a diversity hire, which by the way, obviously nothing wrong with affirmative action. But the point that they're trying to make a broader narrative, like meta narrative about how people of color are quote unquote stealing opportunities from more qualified white people. It's not true. It isn't happening, but she hadn't even been named yet when they were already pursuing this line of attack. And then after she was named, it was weird. We saw a little bit of a shift, we've seen pretty positive reports coming out of the meetings that she's going around the Senate as we speak kind of taking courtesy meetings with every single senator. And even the Republican senators have nice things to say about her. They might not ultimately vote in favor of her nomination, but they are saying a lot of nice things. About her and her temperament in her experience as a judge. We've really only seen two attempts one for Marco Rubio and one from Josh hawley. To really smear her character. So two out of 50 is not bad, I guess. But all that to say, we'll see how this plays out in her confirmation hearings where we expect Josh hawley and Ted Cruz and a bunch of other Republicans to kind of make this a big story about how she's soft on crime or she's a proponent of critical race theory, you know, really doing a lot of dog whistles to the base about how she's scary and can't be trusted. And all of that is very firmly rooted. In racism and sexism and obviously not how they treated Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, or Neil Gorsuch. Yeah, we know they're going to have Tucker Carlson doing a lot of their bidding for them. I mean, I completely lost my mind when he went the LSAT route. And I'm like, really? And now a quick word from our sponsor. After voters turned out in historic numbers in 2020,.

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"But now i love it ten years two thousand and five fifteen years. No two thousand nine so two hundred nine finished my fellowship in forensic psychiatry so since then pretty much. I've been treating psychiatric patients so you are well so business. Must be booming. I'm yes business is booming. I would say. I mean like straight up when this all this happens like i freaked out like everybody else. 'cause it was basically it was like friday and i'm out here in la so it was like i think it was march thirteenth or something like that friday. It was like Okay so we're probably going to be on quarantine and i was like okay. Well i don't really know what that means. Like as it pertains to me and then monday. We were all locked down and i was like. Oh my god. Do i have a job. What do i going to do. So i pretty much been exclusively seeing patients via telehealth so either by video conferencing or by via telephone In is business booming. Yes i i work at a hospital. I am the medical director. Also the chief medical officer at a mental health hospital out here in los angeles called gateways hospital and the patients. That i see because i have a forensic psychiatry background. These are patients who came from jail or came from the state mental hospital. They might have committed some really like really agreed crimes but it was due to their symptoms from mental illness. So i basically get them stable and keep them stable so it hasn't it hasn't necessarily increase for me. It's it just. I had to change the mode with agitated the motive how i was seeing my patients which honestly really i really liked being honestly i mean i think we both talk the helper introverts The section between mental health. and the. what's happening right now. I mean everything happening in the world is just a lot right now and i feel like it is the exact right moment to have you on because for like five or six months into this thing and i was telling tiff like we really haven't taken a step back to pause and examines. How has this affected us all. So i mean what would you say. I know that your you know your patients have like you were saying you know severe mental illness. But what can you break down like mentally sort of what it is. What's happening to us. What's going on. Why anxieties up. It feels like people who had maybe low grade depression before probably more prone to having it pop up now. I mean like tiff. How's it been for you. Like i feel like we just need someone to explain to us what's happening and how we can cope. Yes it's been There were especially in the beginning. At first i was like i'm good. I'm good i'm good. I'm good you know and then there's just been this week of good not good not good in. I remember. Last night. I was scrolling through social and i literally had to say no. My husband wanted somebody one of those videos. We all know what i mean. What we mean by like you know. Black den lack beaten bodies and i said honestly babe i've refuse i refute. I'm not looking at anymore those videos. I'm not it's too much. it's too much in Yeah that's how. I'm feeling that. I'm feeling that i'm feeling in a place where i feel like. I'm striving hard to protect my piece because it's just all too much. Yeah i am. I have always known that. I'm not good with seeing people in the act of being hurt or being tortured. I i don't want to invite that into my space. I'm now i'm fine with picking up the pieces in helping someone after the fact but if for me i need to know is is okay. So tell me what happened. Okay great those defects all right. Now how do we get better. I haven't watched one video. Probably since i'm not even lying. Probably since rodney king. I'm like. I'm not wash initiative like i'm not i don't need to invite that in some space so i'll look at the news like Not look at it. But i'll read the news from my news app on my phone for like fifteen minutes and a day. And then that's it because everything else is like speculative conjecture and things that i don't know if you guys have been noticing this but like the news that that bubbles up through the cova cracks if you will is some wild shit because i take away the headlines from kobe's wild. I saw us like apparently. There's li- i mean it's summertime but you know kids in cars overheating and dying. Some there was some woman who kills grandparents. Like it's just it's so much weird nest. That's going on so i purposefully dull like if there's a video i'm like i'm watching that i'm not dry. Mc it's all it's reckoning ravening where we're having. Yeah i i can talk. We're having with the reality of what. It's like to be black in america black and brown america and that is happening at the same time. We're like everyone's lives are at risk in the world's on fire in the pandemics. I mean so. You mentioned hiller locusts. I'm just kidding. There's no there's killer wasps or something right like i. There's aliens on venus today. I was aliens on venus. Can we join them do they. You know are you. Can i apply for admission. I don't know that. But i was like in the earn me. I'm like. Is that possible. Because i think venus is like a gashes planet but whatever whatever again let's not even focus on that 'cause i'm nerd honor it out so let's my knowledge of venus is like sailor moon from that goes but fifteen minutes a limiting news. I think that's something that i i need to do that..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"Amazing the beautiful the intelligent and the real doctor. Money You hi everybody in to you guys. I like that though. Yes it is browner just because i'm here so so yeah i'm totally like i'm so high to like meet. You guys virtually 'cause new normal but yeah like this is. This is great. I'm super happy to be here. So dr mani you have been a practicing psychiatrist for how long now Let's see my. I'm looking at one of my degrees on the wall in my office. Yeah okay flex on us. That's all right sorry. Yeah that really wasn't a flex. But i realize now sound like one of my degrees one of my four things on the wall for them. Let's let's respect. Well i will. I will admit like honestly. I didn't pay for them. My parents did right. So i actually spoke about my mom. I spoke to my mom about this because we have a youtube show. Actually that We we usually do it every monday. I have to do that in a couple of hours. But i never let anyone know in school that i didn't receive financial aid or that. I had a scholarship so i would always memorize where the financial aid office was. Because at the end of the year. Y- apparently you have to do like your financial aid. Wrap up. And i don't know anything about like i've heard loans like stafford moans and stuff but that vitamin so. I would just memorize where the financial aid office was. Because i didn't want people to know you know the my basically my parents saved up for it and I did have a scholarship. My alma mater as xavier. Abor university in new orleans and i had an academic scholarship. Abc you yes. Yes but yeah. I i never. My mother told me when i was a senior in high school. She was like well. If you wanna go to school in the northeast and i'd gotten into like wesleyan and vassar. Which is my mom's alma mater. Jews like you can do that but she like. She was really really adamant about me going xavier. Because i wanted to be a doctor and it's basically a black doctor factory and has been for decades. So she was like. Here's the thing we can pay for your college because it significantly cheaper like. It was much much cheaper than northeast like ivy league tuition. She was like i could pay for your college. You can get a car basically you can be out here but when but if you go to a school in the northeast you're going to have to take out loans and i was like well then no so My my so basically. That's what happened. So when i would be at a college like i said xavier and then when i was in med school i knew i mean the majority of people that i knew. Who are my med. School class were on scholarship or received financial aid. But and i knew where the office was. I knew the building. But i just never been in the office. Because it didn't apply to me so amazing. I love that story and also how odd that you are ashamed of something. That was so amazing. yes it was. I mean honestly. It wasn't that i was fearful of anyone shaming me and i wasn't i wasn't ashamed of having like my friends know like the brown and black. You know friends that i had. It was more so like i was. I want these people know because then like it's like oh so 'cause assumption is your on financial aid when we all known white women benefit the most from affirmative action in those types of scholarships or those types of situation. I just didn't want to have the conversation of like okay you know. My parents are very They're they're very what's the word i'm looking for. They're very austere. And that's what they taught me and that's what they taught like you know my cousins and everybody else in my family. So i always saw money as a tool and not something to be spent. And i guess. I didn't want anybody to think that like. Oh so you think you're all that so i actually. I haven't admitted this to anybody outside of my circle of friends. I don't think until like this year. Because i just didn't i just didn't want people to know i'm like that's my personal business. And they'll also the way. I grew up. It was like you know you keep your financial business to yourself So we always. I guess i mean like we were solidly middle class and we became middle upper class. But we still you know went to sam's club costco like my mom grew up a welfare. My dad wasn't on welfare but he he just had to hardworking parents. That weren't getting a lot of money in the jim crow south so i would just taught you know like yes money but like it for you like oh you went outfit. That's that's cute. Go get a job. So i've been working him ever since you have get your working papers in new york. Yes i remember that high school summer. Yup i used. I went to this. There was a school. I went to calhoun on eighty first and west sentiment and and there was like a. I don't know if it was like a special needs school or something. Similar it was like a block away. And i remember when i was fourteen. I went over there and got my working papers. And i've been working so if i'm forty four now i've been working for thirty years. Wow yeah so anyway. I'm sorry how how to answer your question. Because i just i'm asking the question i just i have so many i like i can go on sanders so just like you know. Be like imani okay. Tap out your own podcast. Can we just say imani state of mind. I out i love it. I listened to one of the most recent episodes yesterday as as my today. It's super fine. i've been so i've been a practicing physician since two thousand nine. That's all right. That was my question..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"Could be approaching soon so be sure to ask your hr department or check your benefits website. Then visit f s a store dot com to set an alert with their deadline reminder tool over five hundred million in funds or forfeit every year. Don't be one of the many who loses out on money that's rightfully yours. Check your account today than visit f s a store dot com to shop the largest selection of eligible products and use the code ambition. Fifteen to get fifteen dollars off your order of one hundred and fifty dollars or more. That's fsa store dot com code. Ambition fifteen so now. It is time for the second. Half of our throwback episode like we told you guys this is a special one. This is one of our favorite guests of twenty twenty. Dr amani walker as a trained physician in general adult. Psychiatry dr mani was one of our favorite guests because she joins us to talk about how we could truly cope mentally physically healthwise with all that is happening while we were struggling with quarantine. Now that we're heading back into the cold cold falling winter season of two thousand twenty one. It seems like it just seems like deja vu so i wanted to bring back dr ramani. And hopefully y'all will benefit from some of her tips on how we can just be a little bit kinder and nicer to ourselves as we finish out the year q lezak. We're back and browner. We had the.

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"That's awesome And dads get eight weeks off and at least i know i have that if i'm still working whenever baby had that kind of cushion but can you talk about like. I'm curious as an entrepreneur. Self your own your own business. How are you gonna plan your believe. So i've been like honestly like kind of like planning now. Because i'm going to be thirty six i said and i mentioned in my boyfriend and i have been talking about marriage and kids so right now the way my business is is that i started at zero basically like every month meaning like my income. I never know what's gonna come in and people were just email me and call me and say we want you to speak or teach or whatever and so as a month rose on i make money. I cannot do that then the kid because one. You know i'm going to have to be home. I do a lot of speaking around the country. You know so. That's a worry for me. So i thought well. How am i going to make this work. So one of the things. I'm implementing is. I'm looking for other be passive income. So i have two books that do fairly well. I'm coming out with a children's book. Hopefully that will boost up my income in two. I'm launching this academy called the live richer academy where it's going to be like a monthly fee you can take classes on investing and business in all this kind of stuff. Pencil delivering academy will definitely help to put regular income. It's a mushroom without me having the house. Because i'm not going to be able to at least not for a while so i'd love to hear what the ba audience has to say. Tweet us at the podcast. You can find us on facebook brown ambition and you can email us at ground. Ambition podcasts at gmail.com. Let us know are you and baby limbo. What is your story. we'd.

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"You care if people pick you have resting bitch face guilty. What to do when they earns less than you guilty guilty whether or not we should use the word bay everyday conversations. I have a lot of thoughts. Well thank you so much for joining us guys. We are going to start off the podcast by talking about some buzz worthy headlines that are cropping up in our lives and we wanna talk more about this week's buzz worthy yes. I'm excited about this one. I think. I know. I'm excited to have a lot of opinions about this. In sodas the rest of america so many opinions on how a young woman today decides the right time to step into motherhood yes baby limbaugh maybe limbo right. It's this you know. I kind of came up with this terminology story. I did on young. people millennials. Eighteen to up to their mid thirties. Who are stuck between. Do i have this college debt or do you know. Pay that off in focus on my career or do i also how the baby. You're what should come first and honestly it's such a difficult question because mother nature doesn't wait for you to pay off your student there and i think that women have to recognize that fact and it's maybe not so comfortable because you know obviously we wanna talk about how much control we have over our our own bodies which is absolutely true. You should be your own boss but at the end of the day like caucus ticket. Yeah it's true. So i'm thirty five and i turned thirty six in october Which is not far away. And i mean i've been thinking about it a lot because i am in a serious relationship me and my boyfriend superman. He already has a daughter she's eight. She's great data a man with a daughter that's some grownup dating. Yes but i love it honestly. Because one i met a agent now and because i work for myself i realized i don't necessarily want a huge family. I came from a family. That was five girls. Mom and dad. Raise all five of us and i don't know that i want a big family but at least think i'm pretty sure i want at least one kid of my own. I mean according to my mom. I really need to get on it and i i kind of feel like that to my best friend just had a baby and my sister just had a baby so their babies are all under a year old and so yeah a little bit but sometimes you're over easter two more so that i'm like i'm going to be thirty six. When are you going to make a choice of friend of mine. Had she made her choice at thirty six and had her baby at thirty seven and she said i wish i would have started sooner. I hear need Sooner would be. I'm twenty eight right now. I feel like am. I gonna regret not having a baby now. I don't i just don't want to do it. The her reason for saying she wish you would've started sooner is that she wished she really wants to have a second and she doesn't know if she can yes she can. So that's why. I don't know that i want to have a second. I would want to have two kids but between his one in my one on one with one plus one two three. Yes this. she's the bonus kid. And so. And plus. I do so much work and i really want to and i know this might sound a little selfish but i wanna maintain my individual personality and maintains okay. You know as long as you know. I think selfish would be more so having ten kids and still wanting to fly around the country and speak and teach. And you don't have enough time for your children so i don't want to spread myself super thin right Well hopefully you just have one kid to start boyfriends the twins he oh he. He told me already legs. So i'm aiming for. Does that jane come from the male line or more likely to go. Somebody's somebody Email us ed brown ambition podcasts. And tell us how exactly are twins formulated. Does that come from the male line. The female line is that is a hereditary or is that like some sort of random at skips a generation. So you might be good okay. Maybe you're if you have a daughter then she's gotta worry so so you say until i come back to the next podcast. I'm like having twins. Thanks man i can talk on. I twenty eight. And i don't necessarily feel pressure to have a baby but i feel i guess that's not true. I don't feel pressure for myself okay. I don't. I look at puppies and i feel my my ovaries twin. I really wanna puppy very badly. Babies not so much. They're cute. What i do feel is intense pressure from you know i'm dating. I've been dating my partner boyfriend for over three years now. Which is my longest relationship. Okay and you know we lived together and we're kind. We're kind of playing it as we you know. Bite year on his family however is not waiting especially his mother He comes from a very traditional close knit community and family. I guess it's not giving away too much. If i say he's dominican. Some mixed rose race relationship and his mother is catholic and very old school and she is like the mother of mothers. she lives to nurture her sons tucson. they are spoiled rotten. But you know. I feel her looking at me and wondering not just feel but i hear because she tells me mandy. Amanda why why baby. Her english is very good but she can. She gets her point. Why baby where's the baby at where where it's been three years. I've asked her you know. Don't you want us to get married. I got married and do all that in the right order of events. And she's like no just happened. Was this be her first. Grandchild will be her first grandchild. There's so much. I you come from a family of five girls and no one has kids my mother every day on the phone. So my my nigerian names adachi. Mother will call me and says so do what she still not married. No baby and i'm like no second oldest so they're just like social by the oldest is married. she's working on it. And i'm the second the third is not married. The fourth is married and she just had a baby so we're like whoa and but just watching her. She's literally like the milk machine so she's only allowed to take ten paces away from the baby before. The milk machine has a return and dispense milk. You mean it's not glamorous and she's not like blake lively taking selfie of herself. You know breastfeeding and a field of sunflowers straight. Honestly she's like. I'm so tired. Her feet are swollen. And she's just like how can i my mom's like my mom is a nurse and her. My mom was telling her you need to put your feet up she. Oh when when. I'm being the machine. I work for a company and obviously yahoo has very generous maternity and paternity benefit programs. Which isn't the norm nationwide. It's actually america's one of the only developing nations that doesn't have a federally mandated paid maternity or paternity leave law. But i'm lucky enough to work for yahoo and we have sixteen weeks off..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"Celebrities like publicist no agency agency as it's like but like huge. Celebrities are at endeavor. She also came from apple where she really blew up as a result because she she spoke on stage at apple during one of their launches whatever and she i think she was like with apple music in particular but both amazing and you see some of the major companies. She's come from and she's hot because people have requested her presence because at that level you're not applying randomly. They're literally tapping you on your shoulder. Say please come here. We have a coin that would like to give you because in exchange for your brilliance. So yeah i think. I can't wait to read it and can't wait to see you. Who yeah who back. Wednesday that one forty five. Pm eastern time. I love but yes. I love that example too because just real quick like the point that you made. Tell that as part of your story. Oh yeah. I've been really fortunate to get so many great opportunities because of my particular set of skill sets i mean that is ultimately wires which job seven times in ten years and there's no shame in that. Just tell the truth and say it with your chest like just be confident you know. Be confident in your story. Make like they won't challenge you on it. I promise you so. I'm excited about that. That's awesome so my booth is just really like it's kind of light so i have been really enjoying mentorship. It was crazy. Because when i came back from my six the hiatus if you will i remember one of the things i like doctor dr green heavy right down kind of like what is my ideal conflict weakened day and stuff look like and i really like take on. More men tease. I just don't have the time you know like i would really like to teach. I just don't have the time. She was I don't believe that. And so i started to really look at my schedule in make make changes and as was all. I really do have wednesdays light. I don't take any phone calls or any any no interviews. No nothing on wednesdays meetings and fridays off. But i can use those days to do whatever it is that i want and i found myself so i started off pre hiatus with three three core. Macy's and now i've got like an additional three and i'm like i thought i didn't have the time but that was not true and when i tell you i'm enjoying myself so much mandy like i just like my don't put anything in my pocket. I just love seeing like them. Do well i love being not just a mentor but also a sponsor so a spa a mentor as i'm here to give you advice. Ideally you want to mentor. This may be ten steps ahead of you. And i've been there done that. Don't do that that you know like or like you know his advice. Here's what i think right before taping today. That's why i was a little bit running a little late. I was just wrapping up with. Because she was letting me know that she had to let go somebody on her team and she didn't want to do it and i was. That's all that's okay. You know like you don't have to let her go only get. But you ain't gotta larry goes this but you gotta learn. It seems like it's going to get worse than this was like much worse. How her psychology. Yes but also. Because i know because i know what it's like to need to let someone go home and let them stay for months if not years for it to get really terrible toxic and so we were just telling her just really proud of her because she finally made the move in a way. That was kind so anyway like i realized how much i love that and even like one day when i no longer work its budget needs to or whatever i would really love to create some sort of find or whatever that doesn't just give you money but also gives you guidance and so in the meantime that's what i've been focusing my. Id lives on is that is just me being a mentor. We talk a little personal finance but mostly talking about business. And how you as a woman can navigate today. The talk was Why should build a community before you build a business and like what does that mean. How do you do so. It's just been really like i don't know my boost is just like being able to show up the way. I'm wanting this new mentorship that i'm doing like for the masses so call them mentor for the masses for the masses. And you're going to accept into your new mentor ship program massive. Know we're coming apply. Tiffany still giving me so much crap for my free career coaching. I'm like i warning. That's why i do. It live but i will say that like i use this. I'm sure you've heard about the community app. And so if you're like so because people are like sometimes you go live tiffany. How am i supposed to know. I'm like i don't know what i'm going to go live but i had been just texting. Hey i'm going live and so if ever. you're i want a free mentoring. We do use community. Oh mandy what are we as far do not which had look into it because it's just a great way to let people know like It's like this is a for anyone listening. This is a great tool They don't they're not paying us. But i just like the tool because it allows me to say literally. All i use community for is to say. Hey i'm about to go live right now. There are like four hundred people. You know who have texted me. The number is nine zero eight three seven three eight three three four. He takes live to that and that just lets me know that every time i go me how do you remember that but not our email out. Because i've been saying it's so much before we got on. I was like nine. Seventy nine. I but now i put my text message to in all of my like my instagram. Like bio my facebook by on my twitter bio. But i've just been really enjoying it and it just feel so great because it just feels nice to do something just to do something. Not for some like Desired outcome 'cause the desired outcome literally is the thing itself and so i think i feel like now to be reconnected. Back to that like just to do a thing because it's enjoyable to do a thing. Not because there's anything on the back end to gain than this is fun. Although i'm not gonna lie i've been talking about this as mentor. This is it. I'm getting more requests for one on one mentorship. And i'm like y'all was supposed to leave me alone and the just watsonville until next week. Is this episode to eighty. I live around number help. Y'all enjoyed stay brown..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"And so as a result you know i don't need. It's huge an audience because of one i do have moves. So trust is built with consistency. Trust is built with you. Say what you're gonna do you say what you know. Do what you said you do it when you said trust is built with transparency trust is built with genuine this care and so that's really the difference like when you hear tabitha brown speak. You trust her because she seems real. You know whereas you might be a brand that like you know you follow for the for the giggles. But you're like they're probably a liar. But this is fun you know like i'm not clicking what they asked me to click on until just asking yourself like how can you increase the trust the trust between you and your audience wherever you currently are with your audience by being consistent showing up played lately. I've been doing these lives. I told myself. I don't look at the numbers anymore but my sister was like having those. Your lives are increasing on mike. How because you know my own mental health. Like i talked told dr agreed. I love teaching so she was like. But i don't like social media anymore as she was like a why not. Just go on teaching come off. That's what i do. I actually add the app of tic tac on what i feel like doing alive because maybe i got basic lesson or something came to me. I'll do a live. And then as soon as i go off by Takeoff not to talk. I take Instagram off. My phone so at first when i was doing lives it was like a month or so ago i started to do them in guy maybe like a on average a hundred and fifty hundred fifty people would show up and never would maintain and then crept up to two hundred in our up to four fifty five hundred in a span of about a month and a half. I don't save them. Because quite honestly like i don't want to upload them for later critique or whatever i just have a lesson that i wanna teach a jewel that i wanna drop typically about business or personal finance and then i like rap mike amount. The people have been really loving them. A you know what it's been doing. It's been building trust because the other day. I didn't even talk about the book i jumped off. I think someone said something. Like oh i have books all thanks so much. I hope you're enjoying it. I jumped off a few hours later. I looked amazon's check my my numbers books numbers all the time and i jumped like five hundred spots and that was what i won't even selling the book but no it was because of that trust from that live and people having such a good time they said what else does tiffany have until like keeping that in mind like you know of your business owner or just even like in your career that like it's trust is truly the commodity that you're in the business of you know if you can do that that everything else becomes so much easier. Yeah i think that's so true. And you've always talked about trust and and and i think as a black woman owning a business and now that i'm building my own business too. I remember i think about what happens when a black business or a black anything insert here black musician. Black artist black creator of any kind. You know you are so supported by the community that you lean into that you are speaking to and then the star arises and then the the brand gets bigger you become more noticeable urine rooms. That don't look like you know your audience all the time and i. I was thinking recently. While i was taking my little girl walks earlier more miles. Whatever and i was thinking about the shea moisture controversy when they sold shea moisture to what was it sundial which owns lori l. And a bunch of other brands and they had that really tone-deaf commercial And and shit hit the fan and it was like eating a black women. Especially i personally also took a little bit personally because he feel like this was for us. It was our thing it was. It was for our texture. It made our hair you know. It gave us a safe space in the in the in the drugstore to get a product that we knew was made for us and then it became everyone else's and look what happened to a group it broke trust. And i think it's really important even and i don't. I'm not saying this to say that. I worry about tiffany like not at all. I think that you're so in tune with your audience. And you care about them so much that i wouldn't happen but i especially i mean. Look at brown ambition when we joined a network. I think that you know there's a little bit of fear okay. They're working for network now. It's not just tiffany and mandy anymore but we are still here in it. You know on every email chain making every decision about who is who sponsors us. Who doesn't who's the guest who's not the guest and that i think helps continue that trust and we have to continue thinking about that. It gets harder to do when the money gets bigger and the opportunities. Get bigger. Probably and i'll say this one of the ways that like how i've been able to navigate is will want you have to get clear like me very clear on the conversation over and over. Who will be speaking to in why. That's why so you have to get clear on what your north star and then to. What honestly helps is that you have some. You might not only be. Do you have some underlying other things. Meaning that we can say to money now and wait. Hold out for what we really what we really want. You know because we're this money we don't live and die by this. The what's happening now that we will play the long game you know and so with budget needs. It wasn't always so. Because i was definitely broken beginning but what i used to say. It was like i can say yes to this. Even those alignment. Or i babysit in tudor and wait until something's in alignment so i always made sure that like infant the very beginning i said to myself you're gonna have to create a way. That income comes in that is not in the line with not aligned with anything else other than delivering to the audience because he keeps you on it so now when a brand like you should see me on my lives wild..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"Hey hey say a little cuter cubs were back. We're black we're brown in in libya color a bit alert condition. The maroon edition color addition. Hey i see well but like i see you in the world can see you. It's nice to see your face. He look refreshed. You look like your vacation is still sunk into your the melanin poppin. Like everything just glowing. How are you feeling your first. Full week back. I'm half laughing because oh here's fame. We are actually like you guys are going to be able to watch us on the on the u. of the tubes. Yeah because we're like guys wanna see how we interact like france france peru and it has nothing to do with instagram's algorithm favoring not at all. We wanna do this but you will see that. I am extra glowing because these damn medicines literally get hot flashed me so. I'm not going through menopause. Not just yet. But it's going to be moments. When i'm completely dry and moments when i was going i am just from what. How do you feel about listening to other women's experiences. Are you just like i'm living it. I don't wanna hear it or does it. do you like it. no i'd like to. I like to hear just because sometimes you. It's nice to normalize. Because i'm not gonna lie when i first started hot flashing. I was scared to tell my doctor. Because i thought he was going to be like. Oh my god you know. You're an early menopause. I'm like new. So i was like because it was like it was extreme. Like i'd be talking in arlington beads of sweat. And i'm like it took a couple of days on my flash on my god. i'm hot flashing. So i mentioned it. When i was like i was like i'm approaching was like what i'm talking. Meds doubles like word. And she told me that. One the medicines that i'm on that's common that women have that reaction. I say all that to say. If i would have heard someone like say like you know i'm listening to my favorite podcast brown vision and i heard one of the host. Tiffany talk about. How one of her medicines had her had flashing. It would kind of give me solace like home. I got there was just me. Who how and so like. Yeah so. I mean i think when people share their journey it helps to normalize it because it feels very abnormal. Like you're you're alone in it so no i. Yeah i totally agree. I brought it up. Because i was just thinking about master of none. It's back on that flicks member. So master of none is that show by his eons ari who's hilarious but he kind of got into some hot water. What i forget now what the scandal was but he something about a girl he had hit on or or really pressed himself upon date or something like that and he was sort of like mini canceled for awhile so when he brought back master of none i say. The road to redemption is paved with this season and master of none for him because he completely centralized to queer black women like he's centralized lean away and her partner in the story and they want to have a baby and her partner..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"Hey hey say a little cuter cubs were back. We're black we're brown in in libya color. A bigger The maroon edition color addition. Hey i see well but like i see you in the world can see you. It's nice to see your face. He look refreshed. You look like your vacation is still sunk into your the melanin poppin. Like everything just glowing. How are you feeling your first. Full week back. I'm half laughing because oh here's fame. We are actually like you guys are going to be able to watch us on the on the u. of the tubes. Yeah because we're like guys wanna see how we interact like france france peru and it has nothing to do with instagram's algorithm favoring not at all. We wanna do this but you will see that. I am extra glowing because these damn medicines literally get hot flashed me so. I'm not going through menopause. Not just yet. But it's going to be moments. When i'm completely dry and moments when i was going i am just from what. How do you feel about listening to other women's experiences. Are you just like i'm living it. I don't wanna hear it or does it. do you like it. no i'd like to. I like to hear just because sometimes you. It's nice to normalize. Because i'm not gonna lie when i first started hot flashing. I was scared to tell my doctor. Because i thought he was going to be like. Oh my god you know. You're an early menopause. I'm like new. So i was like because it was like it was extreme. Like i'd be talking in arlington beads of sweat. And i'm like it took a couple of days on my flash on my god. i'm hot flashing. So i mentioned it. When i was like i was like i'm approaching was like what i'm talking. Meds doubles like word. And she told me that. One the medicines that i'm on that's common that women have that reaction. I say all that to say. If i would have heard someone like say like you know i'm listening to my favorite podcast brown vision and i heard one of the host. Tiffany talk about. How one of her medicines had her had flashing. It would kind of give me solace like home. I got there was just me. Who how and so like. Yeah so. I mean i think when people share their journey it helps to normalize it because it feels very abnormal. Like you're you're alone in it so no i. Yeah i totally agree. I brought it up. Because i was just thinking about master of none. It's back on that flicks member. So master of none is that show by his eons ari who's hilarious but he kind of got into some hot water. What i forget now what the scandal was but he something about a girl he had hit on or or really pressed himself upon date or something like that and he was sort of like mini canceled for awhile so when he brought back master of none i say. The road to redemption is paved with this season and master of none for him because he completely centralized to queer black women like he's centralized lean away and her partner in the story and they want to have a baby and her partner..

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"brown" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

Bitter Brown Femmes

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

"That. There's you know there's quotes from scholars. There's also like my own analysis. There's the There's a section one of the poems. It's entirely just a wikipedia paragraph. i feel like i was very interested in like I don't even know what to call it. But i guess i could say like rogue research Where when you kind of look you don't have a research mentor I was to take courses with dr. Rachel silos at ut austin on. She is trained in anthropology at believe in like studies. A folklore And so she taught me a lot about cultural anthropology like ethical research methods When you're doing like oral history with communities and so like. I interviewed members of my family Interviewed people who were in the military with my parents just a complicated conversation about their memories of my father because he died before i was able to meet him in so and because right. I'm studying this parts of history that are have not been taught to me is. I'm having to go to the library. And find specific books where i can learn information about these things or look on youtube or look on wikipedia. What there's a reason that this book has not being published with like an academic press right. Because it's not the traditional route of scholarship rate Where you have a research question and then you kind of have very clear plan of how you're gonna find this information. When i was writing this manuscript i was always telling people it's like i open one door of information and then like ten more doors open behind it and i'm just trying to keep track of all the doors and not trying to Necessarily like present a huge argument. I'm just trying to police things in relation to each other. That seemed connected to me and just kind of presented and then what people do with up to them So i think a good example of this is The poem less stain in the collection in. This is interesting to me. Because the high school. I went to san antonio our mascot wins the mustangs And so i. Have you know school t shirts that have this white mustang on on the cover of it. I'm to something that we chanted john. Jay mustangs football games and things like that. But then the wikipedia entry about mustangs the way they describe. These horses is very similar to me. To the way that you would describe maroons. People who escaped from slavery right mustangs are not a particular breed of horse They are descended from domestic horses that escaped into the wild in remained there to survive and reproduce and bills herds of wild horses are what we know now is mustangs. I also went to school at. Ut austin and in one corner of campus. there is a large bronze statue called the seven mustangs. And there's a large inscription on it. It's about stephen.

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"brown" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

Bitter Brown Femmes

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

"Hate that. Oh my goodness you can find out. Civil website arianna brown dot com. You can find all of my stuff on there. You can just type my name into youtube Because i come from a slam poetry background so a lot of my stuff. You can find just anywhere. Arianna the poet if you have a hard time looking for me poet and then arianna brown on youtube and are brown dot com. But your book. We are owed on which people can preorder now to questions like you know what is the back. You know the the the sleeve introduction to the book right what would like what's the hook for it and then what was the process of conceptualizing. The you know the art. How did you come about. Like i'm gonna write about all these things. Put them together right Was it intuitive. With just like in a work across the ages on years like this all i can make it work together Yeah it was definitely not a work across the ages. Everything that i wrote for. This project was specifically written for this manuscript. There's a ton of stuff that didn't make it into it as well but this book is Six years in the making so it's been a very intentional research driven processes putting this together. The basic introduction to the book is that called we are owed period And it's about for me relationships between black people in the spaces through which i've lived most of my life right so mostly in central texas but also in places like houston and galveston where my family is from And also in mexico city where. I took a six week study abroad a few years ago. And so it's a lot of through my own. Loneliness talked about growing up on the south side of san antonio But i was also the only black person in my house in my neighborhood In most of the schools that i attended. I was the only person limit study abroad trip to mexico city in so i think for a long time i have been looking for other black people who are in those same spaces as me And i'm very interested in the origin. Stories of how we came to be in those places So history from me is a way to explore how we got here and what the conditions of our lives are here right how we are perceived how we are treated by others Because there is a legacy of that right like you can't talk about blackness in texas or in mexico without also talking about the transatlantic slave trade All of the and all of the history that happened between then and now and how. It's really Unending right like those links are there. You just have to look for them and so a lot of the poems. I mentioned that their research driven. I have a foundation. Degree in african african diaspora studies as well as mexican american studies and when i entered mexican. American studies classrooms. I had a lot of questions Because i feel like i feel like in academia but also just like any the world at large tend to talk about let the next history and black history as though they are two separate things but when you come from a place like texas where black people and spanish descended. People have been in constant proximity for very long time. It's kind of ridiculous to think about them as two separate histories right and so this book was me kind of looking through documents reading histories of enslavement in texas and in mexico in trying to find some kind of precedent for for black life in these places and put that in relation to my own stories my own personal stories of growing up in in moving through these places as a way of finding community nelson understanding myself. I think that historical part is the thread in a lot of ways that binds together I like the you quote not only like radical thinkers but also your own critical thoughts in what i assume what i perceive to be the introduction to each section right like you have a manteca quote you have your own analysis in the first part you have a wikipedia entry in another So it is both like this artistic expression and also this like presentation of research findings I see working together. And i think that communicates immediately to me. Is that like history like this. You know social cultural study of things like these are not objective. Things like you have. They are the way received them. The way there are communicated are completely informed by who is telling the story right return. I think one of the pieces that spoke to me One of the examples of like the introduction to To research are to the different sections is when you began talking about Esteban one of the slave enslaved people introduced by not of. Is a who participated in the first expedition to set foot in texas right. And then you you continuously Bring them up when talking about like year more and and so forth. How was it like. How did it feel to discover this part of black history and also how did it feel to incorporate it or like. How did you decide to incorporate him into your work. Yeah yeah no. That's a good question. i mean. I think something that that feels not try to say. But it's something that's really common. I think when you're studying archive of slavery Is that when you find out about Person who you want to learn more about their is i'm either. There's very little documentation about them or the documents that you can find a very fragmented right. And they're never written from that person's perspective always the person who owned them About them or Or some kind of colonial official writing about that person so you never get these like Diary entries or or things that the person themselves wrote. And so when i found the story of esteban was actually in a class with much at ut austin it was of course that was the kind of chronicle the history of the conquest right and so on is part of that story Because he was in saved by below they've never not us. Who is a spanish colonizer. Cookies was trying to map. Texas florida and the us south west and so on was brought along this trip with..

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"brown" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

Bitter Brown Femmes

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes

"Welcome to another episode of bitter fathoms. This is cassandra. Where he coming from. Cassandra um from men puzzle us these as these kids know otherwise. They're going to be like. What is that sue far away because we're like three three two states away. I don't know my geography. Hi reuben and i am coming to you from los angeles. and there's another episode of bitter poems The shore we dismantle shit. Were talking shit. I'm gonna make that tagline stick because we need a tagline to stick. Yeah so. Have you been cassandra. I've been good actually young but This week i am not a mother. My child is on vacation. So i am on vacation to listen so i've just been. I've just been enjoying like just you know just being alone. No responsibilities for a week. Hot girl summer sanders says you have hogwarts with children is that children ruined that correct. Yeah i've been good thanks for asking I was about to ask. But you're know talking about children as always but how have you been. I am giving a voice to the voiceless and so it's important to have differing opinions. Sometimes she's gonna drag me later No but i've been just like trying to remember what sleep feels like now that my first year of grad school is over Yeah so excited about having summer not excited about having to move but you know what i'll embrace change so i feel like our i. This is my life. Let's make the most of it today today. We have a very special guest arianna brown who was artists speaker at cater. She comes from The house and but she previously lived elsewhere for her. Mfa program and has been travelling. The country The good word in the good word being her poetry and also educating folks. Along the way on a lot of issues that folks have had trouble Grappling with in the last few years. But i think that folks have released their foot down and made a space to talk about. Their work is centered around blackness and projecting kind of the bologna oil nature of latini dr while also exploring the limitations and expanding on what gender means ray among other things including history of both familial and And cultural so. I'll give it up for arianna brown. Thank you for joining. Thank you note to agree like off the top of the head bio thank you your new book we are owed which is due out when arena on july twenty ninth but you can pre-order it now preorder now like to set this off preorder comeback. So you don't forget. And also before i like. There's something that i wanted. I start doing that. Like what are your handles. Working people follow you because like whatever they might stop listening halfway through. 'cause they're offended not very important question. I'm gonna the poet on all social media on while i'm not on all social media Not young enough for that. Our house gen poems. I know i know you have to start. You have to starve reciting or with different like like panoramic shots of ten antonio the poets to.

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Becoming but club enduring this currencies. In this third season i've been highlighting brown girls abroad. These are dynamic women who are missionaries expats globetrotters nomads and citizens of the world so to celebrate three years since guide placed the vision for brown radiance podcasts. On my heart. I wanted to share three things that you can do for free to support this. Podcast i if you are listening to this. Podcast on apple podcasts. Please leave a review. I love hearing feedback. Second please make sure to share the podcast with a friend or a family member and if there's a particular episode that you think would resonate with someone please send it to them. Also if you have an instagram account please make sure to follow me at brown girl radiance podcast but their way. You can support this podcast through a platform that has been a labor of love. And i'm so excited to share with you. I just launched a new website. It is brown girl radiant dot com again. That's brown girl. Radiance dot com. Podcast is not included in the web address. It is simply brown girl. Radiant dot com. You can listen episodes there and you can also sign up to be a part of brown girl nation. It's free and i promise. I won't spam anyone with an abundance of emails. I'm just looking to build community for my listeners. For my radiant friends. As i like to call you and this podcast is available for free on multiple platforms such as spotify google pandora and amazon just to name a few. I love delivering quality content to you on a monthly basis as you can imagine it does come with production and maintenance costs so if you feel lead and you want to give a voluntary donations no pressure at all on the new website. There is a bright pink fuchsia link on the top right corner where you can sign up to get something if you feel that i am working on merchandise for the podcast so donations would definitely help with expansion projects like that as well as other great things that are going to be coming in the future and i know that i said i would give three ways you can support to celebrate three years brown girl radiant but i will actually offer one final thing. You can always pray for me. Prayers always welcome on this podcast journey also just for life in its totality. This vision did come from god. And so i want to always continue to invite him to be a part of this process. So thank you all for listening and for your continued support. I consider it an honour anytime. Someone chooses to listen to an episode. I.

"brown" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"You like your lower da house or ask disney okay. So which do. I like. Better my home or disney. I like my home. Because i don't want to live at disney. I just like to go play. there will mayo me. Thank you very much for talking to me and being on my show again. I hope you have a nice happy. Twenty twenty one. Let's say goodbye to allah my radiant friends. One two three goodbye. Why thank you so much for listening..

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"brown" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"brown" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"I well. It's not really my dad. Who told me but my uncle me how. Oh is that me down now. I'm not much yet yet but you will be because one day you'll get to go there right okay. July joy when questioned for ya. Okay so i took an ax. Those cuts yeah. I said okay. That means that means. Ask away okay. So what's your favorite animal. Some my favorite animal is probably a jag. Wire because i it's a feline feline. It's like in the family with lions tigers. Oh yeah that's the jaguars year about you. Favorite animal is the most important in in. What is that. It is a parrot. Wooten parents are beautiful. Any have at least two murray wit favorites. Okay go ahead. I like lions. Yes and i like. What is it again. But you have a goldfish. Which one gummy. Oh so you like fish too then. Right only gun only gummy. Yeah and gumy is really cool like last year. We did something. No the fish could do what he did. He fun slip. What yep wow. He is something else isn't he. He's like one of those flipping fishes while he's a beautiful fish that i know for sure yet n n. He's like super cool that some people call him gummy beer. I like that our gummy bear. Sue i love them to play. Need a fish. Gummy ono that you can eat in gums fishes. You know what. I mean yes. I would not eat the fish gummy. I mean like vicious. Start shoe we yet. That are that are actually gummy bears. But there but they look like fishing like the candy. Gummy fish. Those are yummy. Shot can ask you some more questions yet. Something the internet. Oh you wanna question about the internet. Okay what do you want to tell us about the internet. Now young me question. Navigate the best part thing internet okay. What's the best part about the internet. The best part is that you can download and you can play games and you can watch channels. You can tax. You can do face time. You can do facebook. You can do note. You can do like almost everything. Okay so i heard all about what you like about the internet. Now what questions do you have for me. I saw who is. Who is your favorite president so far. That's an excellent question. My favorite president so far is barack obama. That's the same on. I wanted to say well. But i like his daughters. Sasha and malia pressuring me. I believe the other smaller. She is melissa's the older asked sister. Yes so that's the one name again. Shasha get so. Sasha should be the youngest yes. I love the obamas and michelle. Obama looked fabulous at inauguration. And you have the same birthday as michelle obama. I know which is not great. Why not you don't wanna share a birthday with anybody now. Because i don't get her party. That makes sense. Yeah i will lead. We got kicked. If i were there oh you would have to cakes. 'cause you would have some of your cake anthem Then she had some. Mike can hurricane. But i get bigger piece makes like almost bigger. They harsh outside her party. But the cake. You're michelle's party. Yeah what else sleeping. Oh okay so it was like a dream now okay. It was reality rowdy real life. Yes your mom. Didn't tell me you went to michelle's party. Because he was. Now keep that and don't tell anyone not even mom. Oh okay on ninety evening sister okay. Not even anyone ochre not even. More back a bummer. Not even barack obama yet. You can't even meet him. I can't meet him now. I'm already met him. Oh yeah a long time ago. When when you were twenty three Milk day something. Yup do you have any other questions for me. What are your the questions. My question are what ch- colleague did you go team. I went to florida am university with mommy right. No she went to hampton university. So you guys onto different colleges yup. They're both things but they're both historically black. Universities it s picking up. No we were in two different states rather near. We're far away from each other for college. Do you know what college you wanna go to yet. Now well you have a few years before you go to college right three years. No you have your only in the first grade so you have like eleven more years. That's been great. Yeah exactly so you got to figure out where you wanna go. Do you have any other questions for me. Which house do you like better. Do.

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