35 Burst results for "C. Fat"

Rand Paul: What We Can Learn From South America's Failures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last week

Rand Paul: What We Can Learn From South America's Failures

"Paul Senator I get your point You're right I think in the short term you're correct I don't want to be overly apocalyptic I think Biden's approval numbers are clearly indicative that the argument that we can spend money without consequence is kind of gone by the wayside But I think long-term we just the media keeps blocking running like an offensive tackle blocking the story I'll give you a perfect example not to get into global affairs but Gustavo Petrov and Columbia center the guys that devout communists He just got elected in Colombia In countries in South America some of them were just starting to turn the corner And you have this pernicious idea this socialist idea of top down authoritarianism led by big government spending and economic control that just continues to resurface around the world And you'd think after this inflation crisis we could finally put this thing to bed for once Yeah and there's so much that can be learned by looking at the failures in South America You know my wife and I wrote a book called the case against socialism and in it we tell the story of socialism in Venezuela they've destroyed their money prices are rising at 50% not a year a month there's a lack of food The average person in Venezuela has lost 30 pounds not from dieting but from lack of food And their system their economic system and socialism the generals get fat that dear leader president for life gets fat but the ordinary citizen is grounds around There are actually stories of people eating their pets for lack of food But Venezuela has more oil underground than Saudi Arabia so you can take a rich country with lots of natural resources and destroy it with socialism That's the story we need to keep talking about because some of the young people in our country think it would be a good idea to try socialism But it's been a disaster everywhere it's been tried

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Georgia's Raffensperger among witnesses for next 1/6 hearing

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Georgia's Raffensperger among witnesses for next 1/6 hearing

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house January 6th committee holds another public hearing today The House committee investigating the capitol insurrection holds its fourth public hearing today The key witness will be Georgia's Secretary of State Brad raffensperger who rebuffed pressure from then president Donald Trump to overturn Joe Biden's victory in the peach state I just want to find 11,000 780 votes In an AP interview after the call raffensperger who was a Republican said I wish it would have gone the other way but my job is to be the scorekeeper and that's how in today's hearing the house panel will be drilling down on how Trump and his allies not only pressured officials in Georgia but also in other key battleground states in their ill fated effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election Mike Gracia Washington

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We're in a Recession: New Data Just Proved It

The Trish Regan Show

01:25 min | Last week

We're in a Recession: New Data Just Proved It

"We're brought to you in part today by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. You know how much I like gold, then right now, given all this inflation, so go check them out. Legacy p.m. investments dot com. So the president is out saying, oh, no, a recession is not inevitable. Well, here's the deal. The Atlanta fed, which is one of those organizations that the Federal Reserve, like the main Federal Reserve, actually pretty closely tracks everybody pretty closely tracks. They just came out with a brand new number, predicting the growth that we would have or the lack thereof, I should say, in the second quarter, it turns out it's zero, big, fat,

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A Detailed Refutation of Bill Barr Who Slandered '2000  Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

A Detailed Refutation of Bill Barr Who Slandered '2000 Mules'

"I want to focus in on some remarks that were made, well, vote by Bill Barr and then separately by Liz Cheney on 2000 meals. I'll get to Liz Cheney a little bit later, but I want to start here with Barr and here is just a glimpse of what Barr had to say. The election was not stolen by fraud. And I haven't seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that. Including the 2000 mules movie. So I want to begin with the kind of fat guy laughing. It was kind of detached from the rest of his comments. And it was, there were two elements to it. It was a contemptuous laugh on the one hand, and also a sycophantic nervous laugh on the other hand. I've watched it a couple of times just to kind of gauge what bar is really up to. And as I was thinking about bars kind of laughing, it reminded me of these really fat kids in my school in India. And I noticed that they were always like, and I think to myself, why are these rotund kids? 7 years old or 9 years old, so good natured. They occurred to me while it's really two reasons for it. One is they can't fight. But the others they can't run. So as a result, it's like good nature. And this is bar. He's a very strange character. If I try to think of him, he reminds me kind of of the stereotypical small town sheriff. You know, the kind of overweight kind of immobile guy who can't really move around. A rank and competence, you know, you have the whole town is being robbed under his watch, and then when he's asked like, how did it happen, sheriff? You know, there were fats I was like, I don't robbed what? I think it was a robbery going on. So this is bar. The unseriousness of his approach really a little bit startling to

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Alex Berenson Talks About Weed and It’s Crushing Effect on Society

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Alex Berenson Talks About Weed and It’s Crushing Effect on Society

"With us right now is Alex berenson, who deserves a lot of credit for his research throughout the entire pandemic and kind of being a contrarian data focused voice, which I think he deserves just our praise because he became a great cost for him personally and professionally Alex welcome back to the program. Charlie, thanks for having me. Alex, I want to talk to you about a different book though than your commentary on COVID. And it's just interesting because our audience has mixed views on this. My view is pretty well known. I'm not a fan of marijuana or weed, I think that there's an untold story around the consumption of marijuana that isn't always highlighted in the media. You wrote a book called tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence. Tell us about the arguments you make in the book. Tell us why you wrote the book and did you come into like beginning with any sort of opinion before you went on your research journey? Sure. So tell your children came out in 2019 about three and a half years ago now almost. And I wrote it over the previous couple of years, my wife is a psychiatrist, a forensic psychiatrist, actually. So that means she deals with the criminally mentally ill. Mainly. And she had seen a lot of patients who had committed crimes under the influence of cannabis. And sometimes other drugs too, but and sometimes alcohol. But cannabis really was the thread that was common in all of these. So she encouraged me to look at this connection and, you know, I'd been a reporter for The New York Times for ten years and I'd covered mainly the pharmaceutical industry, but I really didn't have much of a view about cannabis legalization. I'd used a handful of times in my life, but it was not a drug that I'd used a lot or cared particularly about. Either way. And what I found was that she was right. You know, of course she was right. She treated these people. And knew what she was looking for and knew what had happened. But there's a huge body, a huge and growing body of scientific research that canvas really is dangerous to a lot of people's mental health. It's not just that it can SAP your motivation or make you sort of fat and lazy, these sort of these tropes about stoners. It's that if you use too much, especially at a young age, if you started a young age, if you start in your teens, your early to mid teens and you use heavily. And it is addictive, so people will, you know, a lot of people wind up using more than they think they're going to use. You can have psychotic episodes, and you can sometimes some people probably people with a genetic predisposition, although it's not always clear, may develop permanent psychosis, a permanent psychotic condition known as

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Bob Woodward Refuses to Come on the Mark Levin Show

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Bob Woodward Refuses to Come on the Mark Levin Show

"Mister Woodward we've invited you on this program when you're lousy books have come out And of course in your last book I kicked your ass in terms of sales but that's beside the point The question is why won't you come on my show to discuss your investigation of Watergate Is it because I cite in my book mister Hamilton The accuses you And fat so your partner Of deceiving the American people on certain material facts And he would know Since he was provided access to all the raw notes and materials that Ben Bradley had Because he was asked along with Sally Quinn Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn asked him To write a final book that they were contracted to do about themselves of course And when information like that appeared in the book Woodward was furious with this gentleman

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Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

"And back with my friend Andrew Pollack, whose daughter meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting 2018, he wrote a beautiful book about it, why meadow died. He's not the chief safety officer at burner technology. Andrew to complete your thought, you're talking about this deputy at Parkland, whose trial is coming up in September. Now fees convicted of a felony, I'm assuming that he won't be able to continue to collect this big fat pension, right? Yep, that's, you know, to get a 110,000 a year for letting the leading 17 people get killed. It's kind of horrible. So I hope I get accountability. My daughter, my daughter would want me to get accountability. And I have to say, governor desantis, I work with him. He's an unbelievable one of the best governors in the country right now. We got to accountability and Broward. If a lot of people don't know this within the first month governor desantis removed that failed sheriff that said he had amazing leadership, sheriff, Israel, he was removed. Since then, grant investigation into the school district, the superintendent was arrested on felony perjury charges to that. He lost his and this Peterson deputy Peterson's trial is coming

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The Assault on the Concept of Beauty

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:43 min | Last month

The Assault on the Concept of Beauty

"You can make the case. There is a case to be made. Why not feature I don't know what word it is overweight. I mean, overweight doesn't quite do what fat does. And the issue was not fat shaming or any other stupid slogan. That shuts down amist dialog. What Jordan, what Jordan Peterson is speaking about is that we have systematically talk about systemically. We have systematically or the society via the left forgetting swimsuit models in architecture and art, there has been an assault on the concept of beauty. And he feels that this is part of it. Now there are overweight, truly overweight women who are beautiful. If one is speaking, of course, about the woman's face, which is what beautiful usually signifies that is true. And God knows that when I see such a woman, my heart breaks. For her, because it's not true that every truly overweight person has just goes home and eats a box of donuts. There are very many other forces involved. Many of which are not even known. Nutrition is a very, very poorly, studied subject in medical schools. I don't even know if it's addressed.

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Lizzo Is a Plus-Sized Hypocrite

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:48 min | Last month

Lizzo Is a Plus-Sized Hypocrite

"Last month, big old lizzo, who was long heralded as a leader of the body positivity movement, launched Yeti, a line of shapewear under and loungewear. And the line debuted with three collections, nearly naked, lightweight shaping garments, mesh me, smoothing, mesh styles that can be worn as in or outerwear and major label. An assortment of athleisure essentials such as leggings and sweatshirts. I believe she worked with the designer Omar on one of the tent maker. No, seriously, no more jokes. If you big girls want to act like being morbidly obese, represents a positive role model, emphasis on role. Okay, one more joke. Then just fucking own it. And for a long time, that's all lizzo has done. I know she's miserable inside. We all know she cries when she's alone at night. How many months can you keep thinking that thing that queer ish guys she walks around with? It was a stick pole. Saying, this is our man. We all know it was set up by your agency. I'm in the business. I know what happens. They don't want you to walk the red carpets alone anymore. You're getting too big. Pardon the pun. I didn't mean that junk. I just came out of me. I'm actually funny. What's those best friend tonight? I can't say it. That's not a joke. Missile's best friend tonight is her blender. But again, I don't want to be mean, but I mean to be serious and critical. Listen, if you're so damn happy being fat and that's the message you're sending out to millions of other chubby and obese girls out there, then don't sell out and create a line of shapewear. What is shaper except clothing to keep your body wrapped tighter? Shapewear is for people who don't want to look heavy. But that's the opposite of how lizzo lays it. She's being

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Don't Mess With Women

The Larry Elder Show

00:42 sec | Last month

Don't Mess With Women

"Got a minute before the break, let's try Mike and Seattle. Mike, welcome to the Carl Jackson show. You got the mic. Thank you, Larry. You're tall, dark and handsome, and all of us listening would love you if you were short fat and bald. And I'd like to say all the men out there don't mess with women. Love them, they're all extremely smart they're all extremely intelligent and you don't want to have them have to make a choice, it's the only war in history that's ever been fought is when a woman aborts a female baby child. That's the only war in men you better not you better not mess with women. And God bless you, Larry.

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How to See Before & After Pictures of Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | Last month

How to See Before & After Pictures of Mike Gallagher

"Want to see the before and after, you want to see fatty Mike Gallagher and not so fatty Mike now? Just text fatty to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three not only will we send you a before and after picture and incidentally I got an update that after picture because that was about let's see about 20 pounds heavier than I am right now. I'm almost at 50 pounds of weight loss. I'm almost at my goal of a 170 pounds. So if you want to text the before and man was I fat. Oh, boy, boy. I got that blue shirt on. I'm marching there looking like Jabba the hutt. I've got some lanyard around my neck. I don't even know where that picture was taken. Maybe the paparazzi took it. As if I have paparazzi. But text the keyword fatty FAT TY to the MyPillow text line, which is 806 5 5 mic and we'll send you back the before and after picture. And the link to sign up for PhD weight loss and nutrition. It works. It's effective. It's healthy. It's science based. It is absolutely going to change your

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Caller Describes Experience With PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Caller Describes Experience With PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

"Tell me about it. We heard you on the radio, talk about it. My wife, she's been trying to lose weight for years. I've always been the problem because I bring ice cream home. Chocolate everything else. And me and her, we just get fat. I mean, that's all we did. And I was in the navy for 14 years. I was down. Mom, often weighs about two ten, I'm 6 foot three. I got up to two 85. The doctor said, hey, you got a problem with your leg. He didn't tell me I was fat. He just said you got a problem with you. Like, I knew exactly what it was. It was overweight. And then I heard you on the radio, talk about it, and you said you'd lost 35 cents January. Right. And so I come home and talk to my wife. She got a big smile on her face. I said, hey, your birthday is this month. It was in March. And I said, for your birthday present, I'm going to put you on a weight loss program. And I'm going to go on it with you. And both of us went on and she's down just about ready to go into maintenance. I'm looking at 70 pounds. I'm down 35. Second week in March. So you've lost, let me get this straight. You've lost 35 pounds since the second week of March. Yes, sir. Mike, that's huge. Doesn't it feel like, isn't it incredible? And is it an amazing you're never hungry? Never. Well, I keep seeing pizza and I want a big old slab of pizza, but I'm like, no, I told the lady, I said, I was in the navy. I said, you told me 20 weeks. We're done. 20 weeks is what you got.

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The Biden Economy Is Stumbling Towards Stagflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | Last month

The Biden Economy Is Stumbling Towards Stagflation

"All right, fat war and sharp rise in interest rates pose risks to U.S. economy. Bitcoin falls from falls 55% from its high, according to The Wall Street Journal. What's this all mean? Well, it means exactly what I told you two months ago. We are headed for stagflation with inflation and a recession at the same time. It's a replay of the Carter presidency. It's a replay of the aftermath of the Carter presidency. All kind of compressed. I think the rebound from the Carter presidency at the end of the next Republican president will be very, very quick. Come 2025, but we're stuck because Joe Biden's reflex. Let's spend more money. That will not work. In fact, you got to drain the money out of the system. There is no scientific way to do this. You have to use a bludgeon. You have to use a hammer on interest rates to drive out inflation.

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Devin Nunes: Truth Social Continues to Show Great Engagement

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Devin Nunes: Truth Social Continues to Show Great Engagement

"Devin give us an update on true social I've been getting a lot of questions about web apps Android it's been an incredible launch As I've said to you repeatedly folks don't believe the mainstream media garbage truth today even after week at number one is now at number four three spots ahead of Twitter two spots ahead of TikTok I mean the nap is the app has been an enormous success But we do get some questions What's the future of truth for Android phone users Yeah Yeah thanks Dan And you've been one of the few people that have actually been out there and been accurate as to what's going on because you were participating in our initial testing You were one of the first people on the platform And we slowly opened it up built it brick by brick block by block so that we could not be canceled And we've only been fully open for the only the Apple App Store right now right And it's amazing how many followers down I think you have some of the most followers on the entire platform I think you're over a million followers or close to it At 1.3 I've added 400,000 followers in a week and a half I mean again if that's failing like please let's do more failing Like that's great I'll fail up to three Devin keep in mind I would been on Twitter a very long time Easily over ten years I only have 2.7 million I'm going to pass that number in truth and probably less than 6 months I mean that's how much engagement's going on right now And the difference is that we don't have bots and fake accounts like there's not some fat liberal dudes in the basement somewhere getting paid by fusion GPS to run a thousand accounts so that they can like everything that one of the or attack Dan bongino or whatever it may be And we're also not using an algorithm So it's just chronological feed So whatever time you post that's what time it goes into the line So we're not deciding what people need to

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America's Woke Cultural Detox

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

America's Woke Cultural Detox

"So when you get maybe you feel overweight or when you feel a little sloppy, there's a, there's a good impulse that we humans have that you should act upon, not all impulses are bad, where you say, man, I need to. I need to change what I'm eating. I need to change my diet. Now, a modern term for this that is used, especially in the health circles, is to detox. This is why you'll see some people walking around, drinking celery juice, and doing keto diet, which is ketosis to get your body into a state of ketosis. Don't recommend that, by the way. It could be very bad for your heart. It's what people go on diets and start working out and that's a good thing. When people start to embark on a journey of self improvement, we should be supportive of that. We should tell and we should encourage people to continue to try to make themselves a better version of themselves. In fact, you're going to start to see that a lot coming up in the coming months when people are going to start to get back into the gym or go outside and try to assume a healthier lifestyle. Now that is happening individually, but it's also happening culturally. The same sort of impulse where you start to evaluate why am I eating these donuts for breakfast? Why am I having a three course lunch? Why am I having dessert every night? Maybe I need to cut back. Maybe I need to reprioritize what I'm putting into my body so that I can actually have an outcome that I can live with that I can have progress and I could be on the journey of self improvement. The very same thing is happening right now with the information and the content that we as a society consume and process. The very same way as now people are starting to reject donuts and saturated fats and fried foods, people are now starting to say, why am I paying money every single month? Voluntarily for a subscription service that is feeding me the equivalent of saturated fats that might feel good when I watch it, but I feel really bad afterwards and it doesn't make me happier. In fact, it makes me sadder

"c. fat" Discussed on Project Keto Podcast

Project Keto Podcast

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Project Keto Podcast

"Those recommendations to eat vegetable oils have been coming out in fact saturated fats. They're extremely stable. And they do not cause inflammation. They do not create the free radicals because they are not unstable. We've been told that eating saturated fat clogs arteries and if you follow physiology and see what happens when you eat fat. It does not work this way. I know that mindsets are not easy to change. And i totally understand if you're questioning adding fat tear diets because the suspension of dogma and spent a lot of programming on the news in the newspaper in schools in medical practices all over the place. For many many years for decades they've been preaching to eat vegetable oils and avoid saturated fat. So i understand if this is a challenging concept to get. But that's why. I'm doing this episode today. So you can start to learn the information for yourself and take charge of what you think is right for your body. Let's talk a little bit about heart. Disease heart disease is caused by inflammation. And this next piece. And i'm gonna tell you is something that will continue to come up in the rest of season six over and over and over so pay. Close attention the recipe for inflammation is three ingredients. One a high fasting insulin level higher than five to high triglycerides like higher than sixty and three chronically..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

06:11 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Science Vs

"But studies have shown that doctors have anti fat bias to in one survey of four hundred doctors. Almost twenty percent admitted that they disliked or were disgusted by obese patients. Studies have found. That patients are picking up on this. They're like yeah. I can tell and they tell researchers that doctors are crappy to them which makes them not wanna go in one person. We reached out to said that she was afraid to go to the doctor. Because of this we also hear stories of doctors being so focused on a patient's weight that they totally miss serious health problems like janet told us about this one woman named rebecca but initial symptom. That made her go to. The doctor was that she was having trouble. Breathing and several physicians attributed her difficulty breathing to her body mass index. They said you're obese. That's why he can't breathe. You need to lose some weight. Come back later. And in actuality rebecca had was lung cancer. That's really terrifying. It is okay. So where does this leave us. Well for people with higher beam is we do see an increase in some conditions like diabetes and some cancers and mobility problems but this is far from universal. Lots of fatter people are perfectly healthy. And of course some skinnier people are unhealthy. A few scientists told me that it's best to think of a high bmi as just one risk factor not the be all end all generally though if we could wave a magic wand and make everyone on earth a normal bmi we probably would be healthier. The problem is harry potter has been canceled. There is no magic wand and weight. loss's super hard. In fact only something like one in five people who tries to lose weight can lose it and keep it off so given that it probably makes more sense to stop obsessing over the scale and pay more attention to our behaviors. but we're eating. And how much removing for example. One dutch study followed overweight and obese. People for fifteen years and found that those who got lots of exercise had no increased heart disease risk and a bunch of other studies find similar things. That healthy behaviors cut down lots of problems regardless bmi for me personally all this made me realize there was no reason to freak out when i crossed over into this overweight category. It's not like accidentally stumbled into the upside down the demagogue out to get me although it was disappointing to find out it probably wasn't all muscle but i'm happy with where i'm at now that science versus Hello hello ready. Freddy kennedy anyone calling. I can't foster keys. Are intern here at science versus and how many citations are in. This week's episode are a hundred and forty citations in this episode. Okay that's not too shabby if people wanna go and check them out Where should they go. They go to the transcript which is in our show notes. Thanks again thanks bye next week. We're looking at childbirth. Are doctors interfering too much. Is it over medicalized and would most of us be better off with no doctors around at all. She was just like in this euphoric trans. She was butt naked the entire time. It gives me chills thinking about it. This episode was produced by me. Rose remler with help from michelle. Dang the keti foster. Keys merrill horn and nick bell rose were edited by blythe terrell our executive producer is. Wendy's ackerman back checking by diane kelly. Mix and sound design by bumi hadaka music written by bumi hadaka peter leonard. Emma munger bobby lord thanks to all the researchers we got in touch with for this episode including dr michelle foster dr catherine legal professor dimply gallagher dr sarah tracy professor peter nelson professor james stubs. Dr jennifer kerns doctor. Fatima cody stanford professor mercedes. Karna thon dr jane. Winter dr haley. Banik professor francesco. Rubino doctor goyal professor david jacobs professor dale wagner doctor andrea bombeck. Dr cash martin's. Dr rishi kelly chetty and others and special things to diana up hong and lila buyers. Cnn signed actually. Think this tessie soundtrack was going to scare me off. He was hiding something. The whole reality of our situation became clear. We were gonna die out there. Gimblett and craters the the hit podcast. Homecoming and sandra comes the final chapters richard brown winters starring daryl gibson. Bobby volley catherine keener parker posey. Sam waterston with music by alexa following. Listen for free only on spotify. You don't have to use facebook to be in a society that's been shaped by it. Facebook knows how much shaping society in fact it's been documenting. it and a new wall street journal. Investigation is reviewed an array of internal documents. The documents have names like understanding the intersection between criminal organizations in human trafficking. There's teen girl's body image another is called coordinated social harm documents. 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"c. fat" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Science Vs

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"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The armstrong and getty show recently a man ended his first date with the woman in rather unusual way. He gave his date a ride on the back of his motorcycle. Ran a red light to try to impress and then leads cops on a high speed chase at over one hundred miles an hour into a high speed motorcycle chase on a first date still better than the guy wants talking about crypto. That's why so the battle between nikki. Montage and all are haters continues. mickey mirage. the What do you call her. I mean she's a hip hop star but she's also kind of a Cartoonish influence of a certain subculture. Yeah that's actually pretty good anyway. So she didn't go to that stupid met gala because They required vaccinations by the way. I love the pictures coming out of there. All the superwealthy super connected super rich people. They're all unmasked with all the servants around wearing masks. I love those pictures. Just like at the nancy pelosi event in california from a couple of weeks ago so the important people don't have to wear masks all the servants have to wear masks and the left doesn't have a problem with that. That's that's as they wear their twenty thousand dollar gowns. Anyway nikki manashe. They want you to get vaccinated for the matt if i get vaccinated. It won't be for the matt. I'm doing my research on it right now. Then she tweeted out. This is the one that has gotten all the attention..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"I don't know if there's any getting at back or if the california's just doomed to go down the tubes as a one-party dysfunctional bomb ridden You know nightmare. Hey why we got yawn gerry Is there gonna be any long lasting damage. Done to buy out of this afghanistan thing or will Will we turn the page. Like we do. Know new issues come along vaccine mandate or whatever the hell and just move on. Yeah i think jack the real the real coaching answer. There is both because. I think there is going to be some lasting impact and particularly the the challenge is going to be what happens next and then next in other words in the next year's time what actually occurs i mean if there are if they are literally video images on americans. Tv screens around the country. Women being beaten of all kinds of atrocities that people have feared happening in afghanistan. And of course if they're americans that are discovered that somehow meet their demise under the taliban or somehow you know endangered or threatened. Or i mean. There's there's a lot of shoes yet to drop in this. That could be very bad. For president biden most notably an including members civilized own party. Who still believe that. This was not done well. And who want investigations and hearings in congress to go on for some time and required gary. They'd know republicans have made no bones about the fact that they are going to if they win. Control the house next year dig into this very deeply and then the other heavy jacket obvious. There'll be a lot of issues between now and november of twenty two. That happens trump. trump's lost ten pounds. He's ready to go. Man brings me to my lightning around two questions. And we have to wrap it up. Gary number one. I got one hundred bucks. Says biden does not finish his term. Will you take my action..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Just saw this headline kylie minogue tells meghan mccain to eat s sorta headline you see in the modern world that just didn't exist Years ago. No carla minogue nineties pop princess. I think that's what it was who i was. No whoever some singer The point remains the same Some singer telling somebody political to eat s makes a headline that. That's my point that just this sort of thing. That didn't happen so very many years ago. If tony orlando tells me to kiss his ass it's going to appear in print one of the guys from three dog night's says you're an ass you're a richard that's news. I don't know if those are particularly good examples Bottom of this hour. We're gonna talk to our one of our favorite political analyst. Gary dietrich about what's going on in california with the recall and if it has any national implications i believed that crap but maybe it does. Maybe i don't know. Young of sticks tells kamla harris to shut up or media. I was looking at this video. I mentioned parish australia. Where they're having like full-on riots over mask mandates and vaccine mandates like. This one is from canada. Police officers firefighters and paramedics gathered at a big part can toronto for a silent protest against the mandatory. Vaccinations looks like hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of police officers firefighters and paramedics the gathered in the park all all lined up to show that they don't want mandatory vaccinations. Okay can we please move past the narrative of its fox viewers and trump voters. All right. there are plenty of people that don't like the government forcing them to get shots. Okay can we just all accept that wall around the world for all kinds of different reasons..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"It's a great way to get us back in our tribes. Are you pro. Vacs you follow science or one of those stupid idiot. Trump voters who are antitax. Even though people are anti vaccine answered all sorts of descriptions sure the riots in paris in australia not because the trump. Yeah yeah. I mean i was gonna dive into some of the unconstitutionality of it but it has to do with the the government deputising companies to force people to make a medical decision which is just wildly. Know out of order and not doable. It's skirts all the rules of osha. Osha supposed to keep people safe on the job by regulating what they do on the job and how their job works. Have you ever heard of osho mandating that. Somebody do twenty five pushups once a day. So they're strong enough to be a lumberjack or or osha demanding that people get their vision tested to make sure it's twenty twenty and stuff like that. No it's workplace regulations. And they didn't go through the rulemaking procedures that they're supposed to so. It is a nakedly stupidly. I'd say virtue signal. But what virtue is it. Meanwhile comma harris unabashed supporter of forcing americans to get vaccinated tweeted. This is so great. You've got follow me here. By vaccinating the unvaccinated increasing our testing masking and protecting vaccinated. we can end this pandemic. That's exactly what we are committed to doing and people responded predictably kellyanne conway always good for a quote. Yet she sewed confusion and doubt about the vaccines early on giggling and assembling only to get the trump vaccine as soon as she could how many visits to unvaccinated communities. She made the southern border in. Guatemala don't count. Joe cunningham of red state said if being vaccinated does not protecting the vaccinated than what the hell is it. Even for the fabulous babylon seth dylan opposing. Mandates is not antitax telling people they need to get vaccinated and where a master protect the already vaccinated is anti vacs on fox news k. Pavlik protecting the vaccinated so the administration is taking credit for something. The vaccine is supposed to do bizarre and on and on she's useless. Yeah and that whole angle of the thousands and thousands of people that are coming across our southern border and nobody's interested in whatsoever and whether or not they're vaccinated And where they go is is interesting. Also but your kids have to get You know where the masking school and they're about to approve. I think vaccines for kids. Like five to eleven really. I'm extremely uneasy with that. The danger to kids from the is very very slight and some of these side effects from the vaccine although they are rarely serious. They're troubling enough. That i mean. It's and i'm pro vaccine the vaccine as soon as i could when i when it's time for booster i'm gonna get it but with kids. The math is completely different and one of the things that bothers me about this whole deal. The whole cova conversation is that so. Many people are loudly belligerently. Certain of what they're saying all the time. When the data keeps changing the science keeps changing one. A study seems to define the thing then it gets reversed or contradicted and the rest of and and and because we're in the middle of this thing it's natural that our our knowledge would-be developing as we go. We'll get the need to just be belligerently. Certain all the time. I don't think that's very attractive. Quality when i am belittle certain i'll act like that. But how can you be in the midst dacoven anyway..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The abraham lincoln radio studio at the george washington broadcast center. Jack armstrong and joe getty armstrong and getty show so according to the atlantic maybe half of hospitalizations for kobe or hospitalizations with kovin not because of kobe. More details on that later. If you haven't heard us already talk about that but that is to me the story of the day and that's not some sort of you know all turn of far right nutjob website. It's the frequent land right. You have to be dragged kicking and screaming to disagree with the administration in most cases. I wanted to talk more about the company that wants to reintroduce the woolly mammoth in siberia. Yes i was reading about the signs. I'm very excited about this idea. I was a little less excited now. Turns out the technique is the indian elephant shared an ancestor with the woolly. Mammoth like six million years ago so they figure back close enough and so but then this guy who's in charge of the experiments whose name i don't recall and midway through reading the article the new york times pay waldman won't let me back in but it doesn't matter what do you got a mind like a steel trap. What do you mean indian elephant. Close enough what you mean by that. So the guy who's in charge of it. He's one of your main. He's one of your top gene map irs and spicer's on earth and so he's figured out you got an indian elephant. It's about a ninety seven percent. Mammoth let's figure out what's missing from the genome of an indian elephant at it back in and you'll have a woolly mammoth That's what i said. I mean you gotta make it furry and fat you you got a fat free indian elephants your call it in a mammoth longest. Mammoth invite meteors to see a woolly. Mammoth and it's not furry. I'm gonna demand my money back..

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"c. fat" Discussed on This Is Uncomfortable

This Is Uncomfortable

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"c. fat" Discussed on This Is Uncomfortable

"You could benefit from talking to somebody whether you're feeling depressed or anxious or you're struggling in relationships or in your career online therapy might be for you. Visit better help dot com slash uncomfortable and fill out a questionnaire to help better help assess your needs and match you with your own professional licensed therapist. You can start communicating in under forty eight hours via secure weekly video phone or even live chat sessions with your therapist better help is committed to facilitating great matches. So it's easy and free to change counselors if you need a better fit. Online therapy is convenient and more affordable than in person therapy and our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month of online therapy at better help dot com slash ftl. That's better h e l p dot com slash uncomfortable a decade after taking a hit from the two thousand and eight recession anthony. His wife hadn't recovered they were buried in almost two hundred thousand dollars of debt behind payments with no hope in sight of ever retiring so in two thousand seventeen they were weighing radical exit strategy to ditch their debt. What if they just left moved abroad somewhere and forgot about their creditors after all a poor credit score in the us doesn't affect you in the rest of the world and if creditors can't reach you there's not much they can do to force you to pay up really looked at moving abroad is our chance to get out of the whole system. Could walk away from from all these things. With essentially no recourse leaving the country would be the loophole to end all loopholes and the only way to pull it off would be to commit to it. One hundred percent to leave and never move back anthony and his wife got to work. They about travel books looked online at places where they could live. Maybe vietnam or cambodia. Where they'd honeymoon. They talked about it constantly. like where. Where would we work. Or where would we live or like what. What would we eat. Or how would we eat. And was this this talk of like an idyllic life and a peaceful life and one where we don't have to worry so much about the endless fight just to get our needs met the more they thought about this more excited. They got but when they talked about their plan with family and friends well they were not as excited. Definitely we lost friends. A lot of our family was sort of a strange to begin with. It's sort of drove it a little bit further. We were really called crazy. Anthony says he would try to explain the ways he felt screwed the system he felt surely he and his wife couldn't be alone. There had to be other people in orbit who also felt like this but if there were nobody was willing to name it home i got. We were entitled lazy millennials or work. We want to run away from our problems. You just not working hard enough clearly. You need to pull yourself up by your bootstraps and you're not doing that. We were called conspiracy theorists snowflakes. Weiner's i remember one person told me you just read too much negative news. It's really not that bad out there. After a lot of research and thought they decided that a runaway destination would be pen and cambodia. It took about a year and a half to get everything ready. Anthony research tattoo up new foreign bank accounts. And now that point. He'd started a real estate business with this friend which he now made fully remote by the end of two thousand nineteen. Everything was ready on the final morning in the. Us anthony remembers going to his mailbox. One last time. What's this from Department of education and it was a collection notice in the total time was one hundred eight one hundred and eight six forty and i laughed and i showed my wife and look at this. They're never gonna go. He talked away the collection notice about one hundred and eight thousand dollars as a final souvenir from his time. In america he loaded up. three suitcases. Created their two pit bulls and.

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"c. fat" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Yeah it's a pain to do all that in a door. Latch harder to you. Know it's more expensive than its breaks. Could break in. its it caused. It weighs more success mortar ship. But you know what life needs requires care an exactly. Now what you can let you need to take a la the small chain omega three and to be able to convert into the epa dha. Because you know the best. The best studies on a mega threes have been done showing the best health benefits. Come from the long chain. Epa dha a. definitely has benefits your body's gotta convert it and it uses delta six desaturate enzyme. Now i've heard that That process is very energy. depend and It's like very. I've heard some are like one to five percent gets converted the liver so like for everybody one. You know one part of la take in only one to five percent of that is going to be able to convert into epa. Dha your thoughts on that. Yeah the the research over the years has has different. People have measure it in different ways and gotten widely different results. So there's something not right because it should be consistent I think it's agreed. That women convert better than men. Okay that makes a lotta sense. Why because when a woman is pregnant she needs to feed one brain now and she needs to build another rice well. Her ability to convert alpha linoleic acid into epa and dha or especially dj. Were the brain as breaks. Omega three is very important men never get pregnant. Hardly ever get pregnant. Yeah so they don't need that conversion but In in two thousand fifteen there was a study that came that explained where all of this is off and it goes like this the they they looked at how these studies are done so they gave him radio act not radioactive late alla labeled alpha linoleic acid and to give him a shot in the arm. Okay so then. They know exactly five grams of a l. a. labeled then they measure how much land d. h. a. You end.

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"c. fat" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Boiling things water and the other one was called frying now when we talk about cooking with oil. It's mixed it sound like we're doing something good over not cooking with us. We're frying friday. Were burning the food's okay. So the so the cooking of the second. The third is is the transfer. We already talked about fats. So that was number. Three and number four is saturated fats. But there's this is an entrant. This'll be an interesting story for you. Because i know you're into kito. Yeah so saturated. Fats make platelets more sticky and make people more insulin resistant. But if you have enough omega threes in your diet omega threes. Make your platelets tikki and make you more insulin sensitive. So if you if you make sure you bring in the omega three and omega six undamaged in optimum quantities you can eat saturated fats and they will not causing problems because they do the opposite of what the saturated fats and you almost have to say that the problems that saturated fats cause should actually be blamed on getting enough omega. Three in your diet. yeah. I i I actually agree in that. I also have a disagreement with that statement. I can definitely agree that With your your second statement. You gotta have mega threes in there. Yeah the first statement that saturated fats alone. 'cause platelet aggregation inflammation I disagree with that. I think the studies were done. That had a higher carbohydrate diet so they had higher amount of crystalline in system so they weren't controlled well okay based on that Because what tends to happen. Is you know. People are eating because our society is demonized saturated fat that tend to eat have eaten them when they were doing those studies. Now people are starting to open up to you know Healthy fats and things like that but back then those tended to be people that Didn't take good care of their health. To begin with so. They're eating burger and fries. Right as opposed to people who ate more polyunsaturated. Fats tend to be your vegetarians. Right and things like that also practice other healthy practices. You know they more vegetables less likely to smoke things like that. So i think that there were not the studies more controlled willing office so i think it was more than Or correlation rather ovation would be taking a look at somebody that is on a low carb diet less than twenty percent of their calories coming from carbohydrates and looking at their saturated fat levels. Right comparing that with somebody that same amount of carbohydrates. Let's say mitsu macaroni trans you know but a lower level of saturated fat and then looking at inflammatory levels right in having kind of two big groups. I think if we did that study we'd be able to understand that So that's my statement on the first one but the second one i totally agree with definitely have to have the omega threes in order to inflammation under control and they go hand-in-hand saturated fats right. Because the cell the saturated fat is really stabilizing in the pilot and the omega three is fluid so it allows kind of those hormone receptors right. And there's a balanced between those balanced. Even cholesterol gets involved in making sure it's right and i think i learned that from you from your book actually.

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"c. fat" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Burn acrylamide and in proteins your freeze increase inflammation and cancer when you fry it and oils increase inflammation cancer when you fry them independent of each other right so everything you burn becomes toxic become partially toxic. Yeah so So so frying is a really bad idea. And i tell people that. Get their to get the frying pan out. Foot turned upside down. Hit themselves on the head with it really hard so it's associated with pain and then park it in the garbage can. Now you're saying so there are certain oils that have much lower oxidative stability and others like cornell for example be very low oxidative stability Or fish oil or flags long chain omega threes or long just know a lot a lot. More unsaturated fats fats or something like olive oil. Which has a lot of polyphenols in it have a much greater oxidative stability right so so the oxidative stability makes a difference. The now more sensitive. The oil are so omega. Threes more than omega six more than olive oil our than saturated fat. The the the more double bonds have damore chemically sensitive. They are the gross to being essential. The worst they get when you fry but so but then people say okay. Well if you're fry or just you saturated fats. No because you still gonna burn your food and you're still going to wreck deal and you're still going increase inflammation cancer so the best thing you can say about hard fats for frying is that it's less worse right then using the liquid oils. But it's not good advice for health to tell people to fry oils. It'd be better to tell them. Cook in water and then add oils made with health mind undamaged and imbalanced in no mega mega six to your food. After comes off the heat. Dan what you get is stay enhance flavors and they also improves the. Absorption of the oil soluble nutrients in foods. So it's they're actually. It's good for health to put oil on foods after they come off the heat. Yep okay so you're talking about. Obviously frying second is the second is the the the so called cooking salad and culinary oils odorless tasteless ones because of that one percent damage. That's already been done to buy the processing Before they go in the bottle before you buy the rights and end in terms of cooking salad oils. You can use goodell's in salva you could use better oils in salads and you. It's better to use water for cooking. Fact when i was a kid. Cooking meant.

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"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"On pay bill here and I are part of the team that worked on Hamilton. And I know that you know anytime. Lin Manuel does an interview about who is lyrical inspiration was to put Hamilton together. He won't hesitate to say like how important big Pun's lyrical style was just on his life. And just you know culturally and all those things like sure you know. I almost wonder like what Hamilton would. Just be a regular Broadway show. If this to this day to this day date or middle of little Italy. Bulla is one of his favorite. Yeah because internal rhyme was always is always staying in everything and so that always used to listen to that a lot. That record was on auto auto spend at our house that that was that was his hero. Like he will he. You know big little. Do not ready to middleman who didn't do diddly. Yeah yeah man you know You know dead and literally almost wasn't dead in the middle of the little little so like Hun was so advanced that it was a joke to him. Dead in the middle of little. Italy was actually a joke. He was saying he would have he put it on our to pack in the back in the back of the act that way into what because to me. That is my favorite. That is one of my favorite skits on a hip hop record. Only because I know I know that he was reenacted Scarface seen where. Let's one guy go and the guys like thanks fun. I appreciate it and he runs off like but literally what what was was the deal with. Amac back for one. Now that we floating in this era we will unconscious. We was like we was numb. We were crazy man..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Joe went number one in the country? But if you really listen to flow Joe I'm going bust. Sit Check it. Watch shower RECKITT NECAS WATCH BATON RECKITT. Yes shootings getting hectic. I can't count basie right. Salt is like it was ABCD gene. A really wasn't lyrical. Wasn't not as so you love the song. You love the fact that I was certified by the digging in crates. You love my history when you when you called up your cousins in New York. It was like no no no. I'm boys is laying down eight so you was intrigued. You was intriguing is similar to like young. Jesus will be a mess when he came out we all. He's to be so it was all that but I really wasn't don't so there's a guy came out. His name was nods and now remember sitting in a cost show Biz came to get yet bima. He your job getting a call. Come down so I got in the car where he pressed. Great boy was like sneakers. The on line and waited half forbe's it when I was like it was the most incredible shit ever heard in my life but at the same time it was almost like a morgue or cemetery emcees like fat. Joe It was. I do not step. Your Shit. Up is over is low. Joe wanted to do that anymore. Jarido went they don't so he he pushed the game the elevated game to a point of where you couldn't get away with blessed checking so at the study. Emma studied them. I might listen to that. Eight to say twenty million tonnes is not is not enough and reasonable doubt. Came out and all that so everybody was like showing reasonable doubt came out. I can relate to that more because he was talking about drug dealer light and we are came from and I say Oh shit. We could do that like we could talk that Jordan. So then when I came hustling is the key to success. Money he is sex. Is the get get you. Don't get wet the game secret play. What's really Students are every. Yeah so exciting and Shit I mean like I really say my life so let.

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"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You know. Steve Lopez working. Steve Bell was product manager. Relatively, he had fat joe and Big Pun. And arrested terrorists quiet in a van driving through the whole America, because at the time I was scared to fly, so we drove everywhere to Shah we we jaw to Tocado Cabrini Greens. Were Pink House Dj. Pink Up. We job all around this country. McDonalds. Eat McDonald's even when flow Joe was like. PLOGER was number one in the country when number one and I was still get like four hundred dollars to go five dollars. A show wasn't a real money at the time, so it was like a struggle. You know to get to the next level, but I had left like fairy. Joe! This is bullshit. I had left the jug game alone when I signed to start rapid, and I refuse to go back. Even though my friends were still making literally millions of dollars, they was in Bentley's. They was in all Shit I. wouldn't go back. Is Somebody Got Robbed Indecu? Back any would not go in there. Because I knew this was my way out is the way I go. Took Real pay-cut shower. Do stuff like not only. Do My shows but Dan. or Promote parties John Pork heiress carris rally came and perform for me twenty times for free and Lebron's so everybody. The I gave pickiest I show. I show ever. The gave them a g and a bottom away, and he came, and I'm talking about Party and bullshit just came back. Okay, so it's like they'll I show. That Joe. Promoting party making a couple of grand on his side and doing my show, you know it was real. It was a real struggle. iheartradio and the US Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty, so we made commencement a new podcast with words of inspiration from the biggest names like John Legend. During, on certain and trying times we must lean on love to show us our clearest path pool Mary J. Blige, Tim Cook, David, Chen Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience Chelsea handler and Russia congratulations you did you graduated? This is a time for celebration of an amazing personal achievement listen. Listen, to iheartradio new podcast commencement in partnership with the twenty twenty census speeches available now on Iheartradio, APP or wherever you get your podcasts, remember you can do something that'll affect the next ten years so if you lived in a dorm, don't worry. Your school will count you if you didn't visit twenty two thousand Census Dot, Gov? Slash Grad to be counted. Yeah I remember an episode of Your TV wraps where you had Like your own clothing joint, or like you like one of the I used to have your. Your, venture In hip hop. J Five. Sixty and Jay Jason Sixty. Six I think. Everything! I REMEMBER! Did he had the jacket? So. What happened was An. Shit. I never said before, but. It was probably the first second I. Don't know who Tang had their their brand I. It was one of the you remember we was making these. So we were making these coats and snorkels. Leather Jacket. Someone's like the Adriatic's is and. And I remember going to a party. And puffy. And Jay Z. Walking into the bathroom I was in the bathroom wherever Jay five sixty snorkels. I was like Oh shit. There's a year we in your shit. I'm like I cool Yo, but the business partners that I had it really really cheap. They WANNA really mass deuce. They didn't really really. WanNa, market and promote, and we lost our shop hundreds hunches. Millions of dollars with that land with that line was ahead of his. Young. I wanted to visit it like. I remember you mean Freddie, where like live of that store like Yo, I want to go over there and see that join always wanted to see it and never knew what happened to it. Ago I was just as. I was just kind of curious as you were talking about you. Find your deal. The Middle Street you would new after you didn't know anything. Some of those hard lessons that you had to learn on your way. Because now you are, you are D- businessman. You know this business out, but before we'll be like a couple of them hard lessons that you had to learn while I. Really I really ain't GonNa lie. You did not get jerked by Chris Likely in the middle of the street style was lucky. Not Now was lucky. He did not jerk. Me was fair with me. Trevor Relativity was good to be but I dig you jerk from publishing show I had signed a deal with. This Guy Ledge Jelly bean but. When? He was signing my. He was doing music from Madonna Naloxone. Yana Shit, he he hit me with the YO. We both lot ski. No, this is bullshit at it. I met him in nineteen. Ninety two I signed his publishing. GimMe fifty thousand dollars when I signed. He been robbing me for that. Ever, since and I still ain't seen them in like twenty five years. And you know, and so we've been trying to get some type of royalty accounting, or whatever I didn't have my publishing back till around lean back by any English for there was. An idea, man Robbie from publishing real talk. Shit. Damn Benita. took. Donald passed by good Oh lachey. Latino! Can you talk to like? Can you talk to where like Latino, music and hip hop were meeting at that time I mean behind you giant picture of actor Leveaux. The King of. A, what's your name? Question. I'm bill. Sherman y'all bill. Let me tell you something bill. Hop Haley's black and Latino music from day one. So if you go to the very. Inception of HIP hop. Music, very first block party champ. You'll see the Latinos in there and the blacks. And break dancing, and they right repeat Latinos is break dancing and writing graffiti. Black guys was mostly DJ and an MC and ask rural folk. But if you go to one and you look in the Archives of hip hop, it's always been black Latino music. Was it like that. 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"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You talking about your stash. Oh that's you all over. I am the list every song I dare you. The act diamond I am. That's my claim to fame. I was there for that whole our whole process. It's like confession like there was a point in my life where you know there was enough based on my voice to be to be cursing and really intimidating people. So shut up I swear to God Everytime Post Ninety three when I'm saying fuck you talking about. I'm literally just echoing back to talk to y'all chair. That is my favorite cursing or record. But you were you involved on the Jazzy Jay record at all the compilation Eddie. Jazz Jane now I was. I was from diamond on but I knew jazzy. Jay Did my whole first album the jazzy Jay Studio. But I'm not that. I think the compilation was so when. When did the official like the uniting of digging in the crates Chris occur like was it then two or always digging in the crates? I'm from the projects saw. I was digging into. Crates is no way to explain it to you. I grew up with shelby is grew up with divy Gorbachev. Hey I'm rapping digging into crepes. I was getting a lot of money in the streets and I was at first. The Fat Spanish guided stands on stage. We I Lord Sabbah's diamonds and you look like who the fuck is the D. boy standing behind these mother fuckers iced out with the convertible? Benz outside like mop buckets night. That must need a big boy from the black and so people knew me from that but I I was digging in crates. I don't think there was an issue. Anointing you know I do remember. We was at a fever and Lebron's when I got act could we make OTC digging in crates and Oh see was from Brooklyn and that was a hell. Yeah man he had joined you lack the minerals and vitamins Zion in the size. Yeah he's Joe towns up. We better make that boy digging in the crates and I remember that and was big L. around this time period or big. I was there ready. So Finesse have met big AL during the Biegel used to battle everybody on on a twenty fifth all day after school. Big just killing finesse. Momentum. Put HIM ON. Remix yes you. May remix. I was at the shoulder. I stopped big L. Ever rat and show a he destroyed motherfucker and shit like y'all inside you know big big Motherfucker L. E. C. He was a he was incredible. It was like it was like a finesse on steroids. It was percival to meet Vanessa. Best punchline Lewis's at the time and then he found he found the rob all of the Superman. Big Else it was. It was a no brainer right so as far as the environment is now in what you're used to like when you're doing concerts. I know that it was like night and day would with with a twenty five year lapse in between. But what were your early? You're early shows like promoting on the Roden lie back in ninety from ninety to ninety five like what was that like back. Then the very have heard of Steve Lowe Bell you know Steve. Lopez Working Steve Nobel was product manager. Relatively he had fat joe and big Pun and arrested terrorists quiet in a van driving through the whole America because at the time I was scared to fly so we drove everywhere to Shah we jaw to Tocado Cabrini. Greens Were Pink House. Dj Pink up job all around this country McDonalds eat. Mcdonald's even when flow Joe was like ploger was number one in the country when number one and I was still get like four hundred dollars to go five dollars. A show wasn't a real money at the time so it was like a struggle you know to get to the next level but I had left like fairy. Joe This is no bullshit. I had left the jug game alone when I signed to start rapid and I refuse to go back. Even though my friends were still making literally millions of dollars they was in. Bentley's all that shit I wouldn't go back is somebody got robbed. Indecu back any would not go in there. Because I knew this was my way out is the way I go took real pay-cut John would do stuff like not only do my shows but then Promote parties John Pork heiress carris rally came and perform for me. Twenty Times for free and Lebron's so everybody the I gave pickiest I show I show ever the gave them a g and a bottom away and he came and I'm talking about Party and bullshit just came back okay. So it's like they'll I show that JOE promoting party making a couple of grand on his side? And doing my show. You know it was real was a real struggle iheartradio and the US Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty so we made. Commencement a new podcast. With words of inspiration from the biggest names. Like John Legend..

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"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"c. fat" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Hey class twenty twenty. We know things have been super weird lately. You were robbed of a graduation ceremony, so we found some people to write. You mentioned speeches. John Legend. He's a Hillary Clinton. She's into over twenty of your favorites from Dj College Coach K. Abby. Wambach, two ALSI. They're all here to give you the wisdom that we could all use right now. Tune in I heart radio new podcast commencement speeches are out now iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast. I love, supreme is a production iheartradio. Gentlemen welcome to another episode of course Love Supreme. I'm your host quiz. Love with me is like year. Quarantine from the West Coast. Though hello, hey, everybody I'm Michigan Hugging Steve from. The top of his building Manhattan. Central? Were you a bill. Westchester neighbor. Okay. So I can visit. Yeah, come on over. The whole thing. Like you know. Articulo we broadcasting from now Raleigh North Carolina. Okay keeping a real. Gentleman this. This episode has been long long overdue You, know it's it's. It's a rarity bet anyone in hip hop culture. Can have sustainability. And Change with the times and still stay themselves. Facts. In this culture without hitting a landmine and guest today. Is a me I'd call him. Joe. Joe You'll me and my buddies saying in a if a nuclear bomb went off, the last two rapid standing would be fat joined Busta rhymes. Straight up. Straight y'all brothers does the vibe thing Mac Ladies and gentlemen? Yeah, let's let's welcome. The one and only. The the the God fat daughter Gina. Exactly, Don Cartagena, shake to cross love supreme. Thank you so much. How you making out in this current. Environment. Me I'll just. You know I'm happy to be home. I'm happy to be home. Man. I've been The road for twenty five years man and the fact that I'm able to be with family. Time at home with my daughter, my wife and everybody knows I'm actually enjoying it beyond Where's home currently your Jersey resident right now, correct? No, no, no, no I live in Miami Miami for like seventeen years I've always known you as. Of Say! I've always known you as A. Jersey resident. I didn't know that you moved to Miami Yeah Yeah Yeah lived in the Bronx Lights and then moved to Jersey. My wife forced me to move to Jersey. Because I want to lead the Bronx and she is like you don't move I'm leaving you so I had to go to Jersey. which was the smartest thing I ever did? So when I went to Jersey up finally heard birds, chirping the middle kids playing in the street and then. Eventually at one time I got so frustrated with like the New York hip hop scene did I. Move Down to Miami. That's when you know that's around the time. I met Dj Cowley before he was. You know when he was just new ground. Dj and Cooling Drake and just love down here. Come Rotary and the love with just so much different from wh was going on in New York. So. Came down near the for fresh start a been Donnie ever since okay. Around what time was that when you when you went to Miami? Man that's like seventeen years ago. You Know I. Always say you know one day you know when I started I started out digging in crates, and if you go to the early videos. Engine engine number nine on at you as a I'm one of the guys jumping in the background. Yes? I was in everybody's video. Everybody was my video. We worked with each other. We didn't look at each other as competition. It was all love when I came up and want US money came into play. Everybody started having the click and everybody thought there was bigger than the other one. That's how New York are separated and one day I was in my home in New Jersey. I was fed up with it already I was listening to the radio and I heard. Cameron say he'll smack a Koufi off his head. and. My way pack up. The band's we out. We out of here. We can't be over here like this. I don't know what's going on with New York hip hop and we came down here. We started. The Miami Movement like with the DJ Kelly with the. Pit Bull Rick Ross. Cooler dray set it off down here in. and May decker moderate, and when no way when Katrina happen, he came down to Miami Amid Birdman. We embrace them and that's when you get those records. We've doing taking old. Brown paper Bag. Ranked in the in the Bronx. How would you describe. Your childhood for those that don't know. Your history in the Bronx. Where you from Chile Right but there's. There's different parts of North Philly South Philly, allegany. Germantown is this data so I'm trying to reference to is he's from North Carolina? This failure of his Greensboro this Charlotte? Is absolutely I'm from the Bronx. In the! Way Hip. was created. So what I'm trying to tell you? Is this many parts of the Bronx so me? As a little kid I was watching Mellie Mell and grandmaster. FLASH CLINT PICK UP. Games of basketball against little iky. See Little Rodney See You know who in like literally. If you look at.

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