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Fresh update on "cameron" discussed on Men In Blazers
"Other Group B action rods, Iran, coming off a 6 to shellacking at the hands of England, around turned it around here, dominating this one over what should be said was a very poor Welsh performance, but despite their dominance, Iran couldn't find a way through until the dying embers. Welsh keeper Wayne Hennessy, Kim root, his pants. You got to know a little bit about Wales to appreciate that joke. Coming flying out of his box and taking down an Iranian attacker, he was promptly sent off. Well, he wasn't really promptly sent off. There was a long review and he went to the monitor in any cinema. Iran then scored twice in injury time to put themselves on three points and in a position to advance if there's no way they can be the U.S. or whatever. Wales took the field with anthem propelled one, the Gareth bales 110th camp most all time, kiefer and walloping around in a heat. I think he melted on television live in that first half. There are lots of possession whales. But honestly, they're so not used to actually having the ball at their feet. They didn't really know what the hell to do with it. And shattered perhaps by the second half endeavors against us. They were really hapless. I don't know how we let them score on this. That's what I was screaming at my television. There's an answer for everything. Cameron caught a parent in the room tonight.
Fresh update on "cameron" discussed on Fat Mascara
"It's one is to identify the different categories and family of fragrance and then you have to then dissect that into the different accords and the notes. So oh, and you already could do this without formal training. Well, it was a lot of it at the beginning was just, it was a test that just go with your instincts. So I mean, I had no preconceptions of what I was going into, but I just thought, well, okay, well, you know, that smells green to me or that's citrus fruity or whatever it was. And then they would also sort of ask you to look at the different strengths. We know which one would it be ab or C would be the strongest, the which note would you find more stronger and lighter, et cetera. So it gives you an idea of the longevity of an ingredient and its notes. So when you're formulating a perfume, it's one is to kind of create the concept concept of the actual fragrance and the story that you're telling, but also you want the perfume to last and it must be fine Tuesday you don't have notes sticking out. So it kind of has this nice velvety smooth fine fragrance that then compose and created. From the ingredients that you choose. Right. And after you took this test and you realized, okay, are they realized even you had talent? Did you then have formal training where you went through perfumery school or did you go down to grass? How did it work for you? Yeah, I'll be able to wait to Paris quite frequently actually, but you got trained by in those days you get trained by perfumer and it was more sort of to do with the actual house itself internal internal learning, which is good because you kind of in a way thrown into the deep end, but at the same time you're learning all about it. And also the technicalities in terms of the gas chromatography of when you're looking at identifying and creating different sense that smell similar to a natural note, the smell of one of the first memories I've ever had is a smell of rain on earth. And when I was asked to create this one of Britain when David Cameron was in power, I recreated the smell of rain as it hits the pavements. Because it kind of rains here a lot. We asked you to create the smell of Britain. This is crazy. This is a huge story. What was that project? That was full, it was part of the great festival of Britain, which was the great, it was a great first of all, I think it's called the great creativity. So it's basically identifying how many creatives come out of Britain, et cetera. So David Cameron was prime minister at the time. And he built an alliance of creatives in fashion, in film, and I was in fragrance and beauty, et cetera, and he asked a couple of perfumers for Britain. I was one, Joe Malone was another perfumer as well. That was asked to create our ideas of the center of Britain. I think she did the center of rose, and I did the center of reign as it hits earth because whenever it was all about to build alliances with global entities in different countries. So the presentation, the first, so when I created the scent, we did the first drop was Istanbul. And I mean, people loved it because everyone's laughter, 'cause I said, oh my God, you know, they weren't expecting that it to be rain on earth. But I think everyone I totally identified with it because whenever you speak to somebody in America or anyone, they say, oh, how's the weather there? Is it raining? Is it gray, wet? The usual and in fact, it is raining here as well, by the way. As I speak. Well, what is that smell? How do you describe its pupil? Oh my God. I can't wait to send you. I'm going to send you a vial gen you're going to love it. In fact, I'm launching a candle soon. And I'll send you that when we have produced it. But it literally smells of exactly. So when you're burning the candle, it almost feels like it's quite humid. So the humidity that rainstorm gives. So it's quite electrifying. There's something quite very passionate about the sense as well. But it is literally the identical smell of rain. On pavements, it smells like a muddy note in there. It's got green grass notes. It's fresh, but it's earthy at the same time. It's even got the note of when hot rain hits the color of the wood when cold raid hits the hot pavements. The steam comes up a bit. I know it. It's really what a fun project. Thank you. It was fun. It was I enjoyed doing that very, very much. And I think I particularly just loved everyone's reaction when they smell it. In fact, I must call me immediately when you smell it, you're going to love it. Well, side note, I know you sent me your fragrance C from a perfumer story. So I've given samples to a couple of people. Everybody who smells that just laughs out loud first. And then they just brings up memories of knights out in the club or whatever it is. But it's the same kind of reaction. I kid you not multiple people have just looked at me and laughed when they smelled it. I knew what it was. It's fine. Yeah. And then if you see the reaction, it gets you off to you wear it. Yeah, I mean, it's addictive. It is addictive, exactly. So the whole idea is not to take it but to worry. Of course, of course. So you got into from working on agent provocateur and like a big brand marketing driven, you were doing retail fragrances. When did you start to shift your career into the world of personal creations like the ones we just talked about bespoke perfumery as well? So despite perfumery started about 15 years ago I think now and originally it started with cardi minogue actually. Who had contacted me because she was a big war agent broker and she was a big fan. She wanted to meet the perfumer behind it. So I actually went to her house for dinner, which was lovely. And she's adorable, you know, beautiful, very hardworking. She worked with a lot of celebrities, but yeah, you know, I kind of was, I just had a baby, so I was a little bit panicked about leaving my one year old at the same time, but she made you feel very comfortable. She had a glass of champagne in her hand. I think it, oh my God, that's perfect. So we had a really good chat and I jumped into bespoke sent for her, which she absolutely adores and love, that she actually had its part of her exhibition that she did the Victorian Albert Museum, which is the retrospective on Kylie. So that was really great fun. And then I my first actress and actor that I worked with was Helena Bonham Carter.
Candace Cameron Bure Reveals the Reason She Quit Hallmark
"The actor Candace Cameron beret is facing backlash now why would an actress face backlash? What did she do? Did she make some anti you name it comment? What did she do did she say men do not give birth? Which can definitely get you. Blacklisted, fun can use the term in Hollywood. No, let's find out. She's facing backlash following her recent comments about her new TV project that she said will prioritize portraying traditional marriage. That is bad news. Cameron bure, 46th, the former full House star showing you ever watch full House. And yes, you did too. All of you did, good. I'm sorry. Oh, you went to school with her? Wow. Made the remarks in a recently published interview with The Wall Street Journal magazine, a reporter asked whether great American family, the new cable network she joined after she left the hallmark channel this year, would feature same sex couples as leads in Hollywood movies. According to the journal, Cameron beret said, no. I think that great American family will keep traditional marriage at the core, she told the magazine. On its social media pages, great American family describes its programming as quote celebrating faith, family and country.
Carter, Ross lead Magic to 114-97 win over Suns
"The magic have their first winning streak of the season following the one 1497 thumping of the suns Wendell Carter junior had 20 points and ten rebounds for Orlando with shot 52% from the field and was 15 of 33 from three point range Terrence Ross provided 12 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter helping the magic improve to four and 9 Franz Wagner finished with 17 points and Jalen suggs added 16 with 5 assists Phoenix shot just 40% with Devin Booker going 6 of 19 while scoring 17 points Cameron Payne had a game high 22 points for the sons I'm Dave ferry
Booker scores 30; Paul-less Suns beat Wolves 129-117
"Devin Booker and Michael bridges each scored over 30 points in the sun's one 29 one 17 victory at Minnesota Booker delivered 32 points and a season high ten assists Bridges scored 13 of his 31 points in the first quarter Cameron Payne chipped in 23 points starting in place of Chris Paul who sent out with right heel soreness Phoenix led by as many as 27 and rebounding from Monday's loss to the 76ers Rudy Gobert returned to Minnesota's lineup after a two game absence due to health and safety protocols Colbert scored 13 of his team high 25 points in the third quarter I'm Dave fairy
Dicker kicks winner to lift Chargers over Falcons 20-17
"And two fourth quarter field goals gave the Los Angeles chargers a 2017 win over the Atlanta Falcons Cameron dicker hit on a 37 yard field goal with no time left to win it He also had a 31 yarder Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert had a stellar afternoon going 30 43 for 245 yards on a touchdown It's not easy It's never easy in the NFL and that's a really good football team that we played against But for those guys to be able to step up deal with the punches the adversity and answer I thought that was huge for us Austin Eckler accounted for two LA touchdowns Gary McKinley Atlanta
Rising scores on 2-pointer, No. 20 Utah tops No. 7 USC 43-42
"You talking came from behind to knock 7th ranked USC out of the unbeaten ranks with a thrilling 43 42 victory Unit's quarterback Cameron rising scored on a one yard run to cap a 75 yard drive with 48 seconds remaining to pull Utah within one Rising then ran into two point conversion to give his team a one point lead that held up Guys just didn't stop believing and we all had just a common goal and we wanted to go out here and execute and just be clean do everything we can Rising accounted for 5 touchdowns three on the ground and two in the air as he threw for 415 yards Utah never led until rising two point conversion was down 14 points three different times I'm Tom mariam
Putting Is a Confidence Game
"Putting is like 90 something percent confidence. Like if you feel good, if you feel like you're holding something and putting well with it, like, you're going to put well, right? You can have like the Taj Mahal of circle T Scotty Cameron's that's forged out of like baby leopard seal, whatever, but if it doesn't look good in your hands or feel good, it's probably not gonna work. Like if it feels good, I think a chance you put good with it. And I think the 99 point now, I think when you said 90 something, I think you meant 99.99999% confidence, I think is what you need for sure. Is you guys have seen a dude in like pro ams or if you play with chops, dude, you've seen chops with the worst strokes ever puck good sometimes. You're like, how do you do that? So it just kind of shows you how mental it is, you know?
Cousins, Vikings snap to life with late TD, beat Bears 29-22
"The Vikings wasted a 21 three lead before Kirk Cousins scored on a one yard sneak with two 26 remaining sending Minnesota past the bears 29 22 Cameron dantzler sealed the victory with a strip of emir Smith marsette near the one minute mark following a pass from Justin Fields to the 39 Justin Jefferson finished with a career high 12 catches for 154 yards cousins said a team record by completing his first 17 passes as the Vikings reached the end zone on their first three possessions Fields went 15 of 21 for a season high 208 yards and his first touchdown pass in 15 quarters I'm Dave ferry
No. 6 USC defense clamps down, beats Washington State 30-14
"Number 6 southern cow is 6 and O after Caleb Williams through two touchdown passes to Mario Williams and the Trojans 30 14 victory against Washington state Travis dye rush for a 149 yards and a TD for the Trojans Aligned with IDing everything and blocking it up It just it was wonderful tonight and it was all credit to them Caleb Williams was 15 of 29 for 188 yards passing USC played shut up all over the final 43 minutes against a team that averaged 36 points and it's three previous games Cameron ward passed for 172 yards and hit Robert Farrell and nakia Watson for touchdowns for the cougars I'm Dave ferry
US builds 4-1 lead over Internationals in Presidents Cup
"The United States enjoys a four one lead over the international squad following Thursday's foursomes at quail hollow Xander schauffele and Patrick cantley began the competition with a 6 and 5 route of Adam Scott and Hideki matsuyama Our 5 and O one foursomes at the presidents and writer cup events The lone international wind came courtesy of si whoo Kim and Cameron Davis They were two down with four holes to play against masters champion Scottie scheffler and Sam Burns when they seized on American mistakes Scratching out a two up victory I'm Dave ferry
Kirk Cameron: Audiences Are Showing Lots of Love for 'Life'
"Kirk, I'm curious about the response you mentioned it came out this past weekend. Have you started getting some feedback from people who went to go see the film? Oh, yes. Lots of people are coming out. We have videos on our social media and people are just they're balling their eyes out. They're laughing their heads off. And they're saying, wow, this is one of the best movies that I've seen because a, it's a true story, and it's hard to argue with a true story. Whether you're pro life pro choice, whatever we want to offer the third of the third option, which is the adoption option and it shows the beautiful side of what can happen if you choose life for your baby. The movie's pro abundant life pro forgiveness pro love pro family, pro reconciliation and new beginnings. So we just are thrilled with the reactions. It's got a 97% Rotten Tomatoes, audience score, which is really high. And we're in the top ten movies in the nation this weekend. So really encourage people to go see it, bring your kids, it's made for the family. Everybody will own it.
Kirk Cameron Previews His New Film 'Life'
"I don't know how you do this. It's like you've got these incredible movies coming out just, I mean, it's like Karen Kingsbury, the novelist. What's a month you got a movie coming out here? How in the world do you do this? Well, you know what? The timing of it is really incredible, Todd. I assume you're talking about the homeschool awakening, a movie that came out a couple of months ago, and now here's life Mark, a movie about the value of life in the womb and the beauty of adoption. But we made this back in 2019. It was supposed to come out a year ago, but it was delayed due to the COVID pandemic shutdowns, and then who would have thought that the Supreme Court would have essentially overruled roe versus wade that it would be gone and then a couple months later, the movie rushing into the theaters about the value of life. I mean, this is a providential timing. So I'm really not king the king Karen Kingsbury of movies. God is just the perfect schedule of events to where this thing came out right on the heels of that important decision.
"cameron" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"She's a master of skin care. She's a master about everything getting you glowing. You know, how to take care of your skin. She truly, you're gonna love this. I'm really excited about today. So welcome Cameron. Thank you so much, Monique. I'm so happy to be here. Tell us about your background. And what made you get into this field? Oh my goodness. So I was so lucky to have a grandmother who had a modeling agency and a school. And in those olden days, you would
MTV VMAs ready to host, honor some of music's biggest acts
"Taylor Swift won video of the year at the MTV Video Music Awards and she had a little surprise for her fans A marches are a letter with the latest Taylor Swift thanked her fans for voting for all too well to win video of the year by revealing she's got a new album coming out October 21st Lizzo won the video for good award and she hopes her fans realize there are other ways to vote Remember when you're voting for your favorite artist vote to change some of these laws that are oppressing us I can't believe you Dove Cameron won best new artist Bad Bunny won artist of the year and the mystery person digitally added to the astronaut floating around was Johnny Depp
Megyn Kelly Wants to Give Dr. Fauci the 'Steve Bannon Treatment'
"Was so big here coming in hot. The Charlie Kirk show guest hosting again. And I want to bring on now, we've got Steve Bannon, the host of the war room. Steve megyn Kelly, we just ended that there. She was talking about giving Fauci, the Steve Bannon treatment. What does she mean by that? Wow, that's my girlfriend, megyn Kelly. I actually put that up on get her. By the way, I want to give a compliment. The Charlie Kirk show, you guys almost had the cold opens. My team's got to get on point. I just saw this. These cold opens are pretty good that you're connecting many dots there with like ten different ones. So Cameron in the squad here have got to take their game up a notch on the morning. That was a brilliant cold open and it really teed it up. Megyn Kelly, I think she's throwing down to say, hey, Fauci, you know, says, remember, Fauci said, oversight is good, and I think oversight is necessary, but if they start getting personal, I don't know if I'm going to participate. And I think megyn Kelly was just laying out, hey, bro, you're not going to have choice to do it. They're going to throw, you know, Nancy Pelosi wants to throw abandon in prison. So you're going to have to, what's good for the goose may be better for the Gander. Yeah, I
For Sports Agents LIV Golf Is a 'No Brainer'
"I think I got to take the perspective of an agent right now. Because if you think about this, the age of right, when you're a player, a lot of these high profile guys, they literally are on a leash by their agent. They don't do anything that their agent says not to do. A robot and the best sense of the word, and then when their agent tells them to show up where this, eat that, talk to him, get this phone number, play golf with him, they do it, right? They do it. So a lot of these dudes, especially these younger guys, can get swayed by the agents. So much and if I'm taking the agent's perspective here on Cameron Smith and he's got a $100 million fishing line out in front of him, guess what the agent fee on the PGA Tour is the normal one is. 20%. It's 20 percent. So 20 million dollars of that 100 million would go to this agent. That, that's generational money for the agent. Not just Cameron Smith, so what do you think that agents pushing for? What do you think bubba Watson and Dustin Johnson, all their agents were pushing for? All Greg Norman has to do is get a bunch of agents on his side. That's it. And he's going to have a full roster period. But so that's kind of my perspective on it. I've got kind of an aged point of view at this point with the live because the agents want these guys to take it more than anything. It's the biggest cut in professional sports. There's not another pro sport that pays 20%. To their agents.
Are the Cameron Smith LIV Rumors True?
"I'm sure that he's getting Cameron Smith is getting yelled at and called a trader and whatever. I mean, I'm sure that's happening. This week. And we don't even know if he's going yet. A lot of these rumors turned out the just back just that rumors and fake news. So I don't know. I don't even know if he's going. I don't know what to believe anymore in the Twitter sphere and the Internet scene, but it sure does appear as if all the experts on the tweeter think the Cameron Smith is out of here. Yeah, I mean, he's the other thing, dude. I mean, some of these guys will straight up say, no, I'm not going like if it was more a car where a lot of these other a lot of these other rumors but cam Smith is not said that he is not going. Like he is all of his comments have been, you know, don't ask me. I just want the British open. You know, I'm here to celebrate that. And then this week it was, I'm here to win the FedExCup, you know what I mean? If the guys are not going, they're going to say it like immediately, I am not going. You know, maybe he's going to renegotiating a little bit after that British open situation where who knows. I mean, if he's taking a $100 million, which is a lot of money, which is what it was rumored on there. And that's the other thing reason you think it's probably true is there's a definite amount people are talking about. But if he's taking a 100 million racks and he won the British open, which with sponsorships and whatever, we thought might be worth 20 or so. Especially for him, number one Australian guy, who knows, dude. Maybe he's holding out for something. But you know, he could win the FedExCup too. He's playing well again in Memphis. I think he was two going into the FedExCup, so you know he's way up there. So if he plays well, he's going to win the damn thing. How about that? What if the Brit rainy British open champ and FedExCup champ leaves leaves the tour? Well, then you'd end up with this situation.
Did Scottie Scheffler Walk Through Cameron Smith's Line on Purpose?
"Did you see scheffler walking through cam smith's line, the pictures or videos or all that? Do you think that was a deliberate deal or do you think that was just whatever. I mean, when you look at cam smith's face looking back, he's like, he gave he's like, what the fuck is happening type scenario? Yeah. What did you make of that whole ordeal? I don't know. I don't really care. I think it's just one of those deals. I just don't really give a shit. Like, who cares? Who cares? It gets much couple golfers. It's a couple golfers. It doesn't matter. There's nothing happened. Even if he deliberately does. Even if it was deliberate, they're not going to ever we're not going to know their golfers, bro, it's not like they're going to fight it out after the round. We're never going to know. They're going to be like, because I heard on the broadcast yesterday, everyone was talking about it. They're like, oh yeah, they were joking about it in the locker room after it's not a big deal. But that's what they were going to say regardless if it was deliberate or not. It's golf. You're expected to be a gentleman. Gentleman's game. They're not going to be like, oh man, they went. They got to fist a cuffs in the parking lot afterwards. It was tough. It's not going to happen. So I will never know. I don't think we'll know if it's liquid. I mean, I'm sure that he's getting Cameron Smith is getting yelled at and called a trader and whatever. I mean, I'm sure that's happening. This week. And we don't even know if he's going yet. A lot of these rumors turned out the just back just that rumors and fake news. So
Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?
"In the meantime, back to this IRS thing. I mean, I'm just kind of offended. I sound like I'm like, you know, one of the woke ones right now, 'cause I'm offended, everything. But I'm offended when they think that the answer is to somehow just go after every Tom dick and Harry and Jane and Susan and Sally. And this is who will be affected. It will be your middle class. As much as they're going to try and tell you, oh, it's the 1%, no, no, no. Just in terms of, if you have that many IRS agents, who are they going to go after, and they can't, as I keep saying, they can't go after. The people that they should go after were just the billionaires, they get away with the great deal on the tax front because we've got lawmakers that are so concerned about making sure they have enough money for their next campaign. I told you yesterday about all the money. I mean, Kirsten sinema is one example. She's got donations individual donations from the private equity industry totaling over 500,000 for her last campaign. I mean, that is a lot of money, right? And I'm just looking at the numbers 54,900 from executives over at KKR, 35,000 at Carlisle, 27,300 over at Apollo. The private equity industry is a very big lobbying organization. In fact, they probably spend more money than any other industry right now. They're on K street and one of the reasons they're doing this is to give themselves the beneficial treatment when it comes to taxes. Do you know the Chuck Schumer? Collected 1.28 million from the private equity industry, including Blackstone and KKR, so you really think that he's that interested in raising taxes on this particular group of people. Go back and listen to Monday's podcast. If you want to explain or they're on why this is income and why it should be treated as income and why this is just highway robbery, frankly, of the American people and of our government, but these people in Washington I'll tell you the whole system is so darn corrupt. When you see what just went down. And when you see that they're going to effectively inflate, again, the U.S. economy artificially by spending all this money while simultaneously adding another 80 billion to go after everyday folks from the IRS all all while saying we're going to give a pass to those private equity investors. I mean, give me a break. It's not investment. It's income and they need to be taxed as such. Anyway, it's really pretty disgusting. But the whole thing is just disgusting. I mean, the idea that they want to pass this off, the name itself as somehow an inflation reduction act. Guys, you're just spending more money. All right, before I get to that, I do have one more thing I want to mention to you. You know, it's summer and we're all looking for movies and I don't know about you, but it's kind of hard sometimes. Kind of hard to find a good movie that you can enjoy watching that is representative of your values. I think that our values have gotten kind of lost and pop culture these days. And it's one of the reasons why I think it's important for all of us to think about what we're watching and who we're supporting when we watch it, right? Are you really into Disney right now with all their bogus? Or do you want to try and seek out some alternative sources of entertainment? This is where this movie in particular comes in. When I was a kid, I used to watch Cameron on that, what was that show? Oh, you know what? I got to look it up right now as I'm talking to you. This is how you know I'm recording in real time. He had that sitcom, when I was a kid, what was it? So anyone who can answer that in the questions below, extra super duper points, go to you. I'm going to come back to that in a second because it's going to drive me crazy. I remember that sitcom really, really well. Anyway, he's got a new movie out a new movie that he's backing. He's a very big Christian. He's an growing pains. Growing pains. That was the sitcom. I remember that now. Anyway, he's got a new movie that is just out. It's pretty neat. It's got a good message, and I think it's worth taking a look at as you're looking for things to watch and be entertained by. So this is called life Mark. And in this movie life Mark, it tells the story of David who has this very comfortable world that gets totally turned upside down when his birth mother, unexpectedly reaches out to him, and she's looking to meet him. He's 18 years old at that point. She only had the chance to hold him once, and she went looking for him and he finds this out. So it's really, it's an interesting storyline and probably one that happens a lot. He gets encouragement from his adopted parents, and so he embarks on this life altering journey, which really is a process of discovery and it leads to a pretty staggering truth from his past, inspired by a true story life mark is a powerful reminder that one decision, one choice can impact so much more than one life. It's a pro family pro love pro forgiveness pro reconciliation and pro new beginnings kind of movie.
Finau wins Rocket Mortgage for 2nd straight PGA Tour victory
"Tony thenal has produced a record breaking win at the rocket mortgage classic to become the first player to win back to back tournaments this season Female's final round 67 gave him a tournament record total of 26 under good enough for a commanding 5 shot victory Cameron young posted his 5th runner up finish for the season sharing second place with Patrick cantlay and the Canadian Taylor penrith The victory gave the 32 year old female his fourth career win and made him the 8th multiple winner on tour this season I'm Graham agar's
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Yeah, <Speech_Female> I mean, <Speech_Female> well, I will say <SpeakerChange> this. <Silence> You know, the number of <Speech_Female> times <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> one thing I am really <Silence> gifted <Speech_Female> with <Speech_Female> because of <Speech_Female> the job that we <Speech_Male> both have is like the <Speech_Female> opportunity to sort <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> look in people's <Silence> eyes and it's like, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> you know, <SpeakerChange> it would be like <Speech_Female> this moment after a show <Speech_Female> and there's like <Speech_Female> a bunch of people <Speech_Female> around. It's not like I can <Speech_Female> like get somebody's full <Speech_Female> life story even if they <Speech_Female> say it to me and my brain is <Speech_Female> like altered by the chemicals <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> stand up comedy so I'm <Silence> not like totally present, <Speech_Female> but like <Speech_Female> I <SpeakerChange> know <Speech_Female> when I <Speech_Female> look at <Speech_Female> I like know <Speech_Female> that this is a thing. <Speech_Female> This thing that we're <Speech_Female> talking about. <SpeakerChange> Like I just <Speech_Female> feel like I see it <Silence> on other people. <Speech_Music_Female> You know <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> I'm like married <Speech_Female> to somebody who talks <Speech_Female> to me about this, you know <Speech_Female> who's like <Speech_Male> I feel like I'm <Speech_Male> the only one of these. And <Speech_Female> I'm like, I feel like I'm the only <Speech_Female> one of these. You <SpeakerChange> know, I feel like <Speech_Female> this <Speech_Female> experience I think <Speech_Female> is not, it's not <Speech_Female> you and mine. It's not your <Speech_Female> experience. <Speech_Male> It's not your experience. <Speech_Male> I think there's <SpeakerChange> a lot of people <Silence> that can relate to those. <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> I will say also, <Speech_Female> I feel like you're also <Speech_Music_Female> very gifted at getting <Laughter> me to cry. <Laughter> <Laughter> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> I don't <Speech_Music_Female> fuck around, yo. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Laughter> Bring the <Laughter> heat. <Speech_Female> I was like, <Speech_Female> I feel like when I <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> knew you when I <SpeakerChange> was 19, <Speech_Female> I think I also cried. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Oh my God. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I'm so glad <Speech_Female> I still know you. <Speech_Female> Yeah. And I <Speech_Female> don't mean crying a bad way, <Speech_Male> because I think I <Speech_Male> don't think I'd come out <Speech_Male> here, or I'd just come out or <Speech_Male> something, and then we had like <Speech_Male> bad or <SpeakerChange> something, yeah. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> You're always, it's <Speech_Female> always, it's always you getting <Speech_Music_Female> me to cry Cameron. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Well, I'm really glad it's <Silence> still know you, and I'm <Speech_Female> so, <Speech_Female> I'm just so happy to see <Silence> everything that you <Speech_Male> do. <Speech_Male> This means a lot to me <Silence> to get to watch. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> You. Thank you. <Speech_Male> I'm <Speech_Male> really glad that <Speech_Male> you're still also <Speech_Male> in my life and not <Speech_Music_Male> just like, <SpeakerChange> oh, I I see all the work you're putting <Speech_Male> in and <Speech_Male> it's fucking cool, man. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Okay, well, before <Speech_Female> we head back into <Silence> our <Speech_Female> pillows <Speech_Female> to Saab, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> just, I <Speech_Female> wanted to ask <Speech_Male> you if you wanted <Speech_Male> to shout out a queer <Speech_Male> ro, which <Speech_Female> is like a <Speech_Female> person place <Speech_Female> or thing that <SpeakerChange> made you feel <Speech_Female> that you could be who you are <Speech_Music_Male> today. <Silence> Oh, <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> really put me on the spot. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Silence> Can I say <SpeakerChange> you? <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Yeah, you can see me. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Sure. Okay. <Silence> <Speech_Female> I'll see you. <Speech_Female> Okay. <Speech_Male> I mean, I already named <Speech_Male> Ellen earlier. <Speech_Male> Yeah, she's famous. <Speech_Male> She doesn't <Speech_Male> she is a billionaire. <Speech_Male> She doesn't need this. <Speech_Female> Yeah. <Speech_Female> And it also <Speech_Female> Ellen's never made me <Speech_Music_Male> cry. <SpeakerChange> Yet <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> there's <Silence> always tomorrow. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I mean, it was <Speech_Music_Male> awesome to talk to you. <Speech_Music_Female> Thank you for having <Speech_Music_Female> me. Yeah. <Speech_Music_Female> And I'll <SpeakerChange> see you <Speech_Music_Male> at the next <Music> show.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Me about regarding what is the point? But no, I don't know what the point is. Is there a point? I mean, at this point, I've decided I like doing comedy and I feel like I'm fairly good at it or decent, funny enough. People have said that I'm funny. So that's good enough for me. And I'm not going to cure cancer. So what else is there for me to do? Why don't you keep choking along? Actually, I don't know the question. I mean, have you had during this time have you had any real examination of what else is there for me to do? I mean, I know we're giggling around and chuckling, but have you actually been in that space? Because I have some I'm curious if you have it all during this time. I've thought about it and the only other thing that I like that I love is food. So I would have to go to culinary school. Right. And I don't want to go to school. But that's the only thing where I'd be like, I would dedicate my time to food. That is the problem. A lot of these what else would I like to do questions and with school? Yeah, a lot of school. Yeah. Okay, so it's not going to be that. Are you cooking for fun? Oh no, I can't cook that well. So you're just eating. Eating. I love eating, okay? Got it. Cameron, I love eating. Yeah. And I want to be able to make money eating food. That is a job, but it has to be in volume. Yes. So that I could do a mock bang. Oh yeah. Is that what you were talking about? I was talking about professional eaters..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I think that I'm not unaware of the drastic suffering that has happened in the loss of life. And then it's not been totally like a fear free picnic in my life, but then also because of what's happened over the last couple of years. I've been off the road for the first time. And my adult life and it's actually forcing me to create this more stable home life with better friendships and it's a very strange experience to have found myself feeling very good emotionally in some ways this time. And I'm just curious if what that's been like being in people's homes or like being important to people in a different way. So one thing to watch somebody on TV, but this just feels like a very different time. It's like, we're not looking for people to watch on TV as much. We still are, but we're also looking for people to come into our homes and be part of our lives in a different way. Absolutely. And you know I went through the same experience as you where overnight all of my events were just canceled and done and I couldn't travel or go anywhere to do my work. And so that kind of birth this whole new direction of these virtual cooking classes and experiences that people could tap into. And so yeah, I started offering that in the early early year of the pandemic. I hate saying that. It's been so long. But yeah, the earlier part of the pandemic and for a lot of it was for me because I literally just felt lonely sitting in my home, not able to cook or otherwise just cooking for myself. And I started to think, well, how can I teach other people that are trapped in their homes and need to feed their families? And yeah, hosting these classes have been wonderful because I can have a couple hundred people in the class watching sort of auditorium style. So you can watch and ask me questions and it's all, you know, through these like virtual. It's on crowd cast. It's kind of like Zoom sort of. I totally know what you're talking about, because I literally have taught us in a class. A similar platform. And so yeah, it was hosting all my classes there and decided to tie them to charities and kind of give back where we could. And it just kind of kept going because there was so much support from everyone out there to keep it going. And so I've been doing classes like once a month or so. And just teaching really homey Cantonese dishes or Chinese dishes from kanji to mapo tofu to vegan ramen, just all different things. And they're all on demand and you can go to my website at chef melis king to check those out. Whenever you feel you want to take a class with me. Yeah. It's the power of connection, you know? I don't think you were like deliberately pitching that to be, but I think I will. Sounds great. They're fun. For me, it was very, I think, just therapeutic and kind of like you said, rather than watching people on TV, it pulls us into our homes together. And it becomes more intimate. And we can just kind of cook a comforting meal and have that be the thing that you share at the end of the day at the end of the experience with your family and hopefully be a dish that you continue to make for your loved ones. Yeah, I mean done, sold. That's all I love food, you know? It's so powerful. Food is so powerful. Yeah, it is. Yeah. I mean, as you're describing it, I will say, I have the same well, I mean, I'm very happy for you. So that exists. But also, there's like an envy sometimes that I feel toward musicians. And now I realize chefs as well because I love the art form that I do and then also it is so specific. Like you do actually have to know the language and you also have to have a bunch of cultural knowledge and a certain it's like so subjective humor is so subjective. Even the people that as a culture we lift up is like they're the greatest of all time, it's like to a certain group of people. Like, a lot of people that hated this person. Like, you know, yeah. And so what you're talking about, it's like, yeah, I feel like so like, oh God, you're right. That would be so amazing. One joke I could serve to everybody and they would all get what I was about. So that's beautiful. I think we're both we're both in a beautiful art form that can touch people's lives. Okay, fine. Yeah, bring smiles to your face. So I honestly admire what you do. I could never do what you do. It would make me so nervous and terrified to do any sort of comedy. Well, I don't know, because you've got all these knife skills. So just threaten the audience and there you go. There we go. It's really about dominance more than anything. Okay, you're gonna write me into your next thing. Absolutely. Well, it was great. It's been great speaking to you. And I just want to ask you the same before sending you back into your day if you would shout out a queer, which is a person place or thing that made you feel that you could be who you are today. Would you shout out a queer? A person place or thing? Yeah, sometimes you want to shout out a movie or a book or a bar. Okay. So it could be a human, but it could also be someone else. Okay, I'm going to shout out the first lesbian friend that I made here in San Francisco, who now owns an awesome queer bar named jolene's name is jolene. Awesome. But the bar is called jolene. So go to Julian's because literally this person changed my life and introduced me to my current queer family and chosen family. And she's just been so dear to my journey my coming out experience as a queer. And so now she's giving this she's providing a space for other people to do the same. I've never been to music jolene spar in a different time, will you take me to jolene's with you? Yes. In a time where that is possibly next week. Absolutely. We're going. Yeah. We'll see who gets there. If you're in LA, we will go get food where I live now and where you grew up. And if I'm in San Francisco, we'll go to Julie's. Either way, there's definitely a hang. Yes, absolutely. We're making it happen. All right. It was so good to talk to you. And I'll see you when you teach me how to cook in my house in the next all right. Thanks, Cameron, this is awesome..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Know I know I know it's careless. Hi. Good morning. Good morning Cameron. Yeah, it's really nice to meet you. I too. I'm such a fan of what you do. You know, I think we very like forever ago, met at a tegan and Sara foundation event. They're inaugural event. Years ago. Yep. Yes, but very briefly. There was a lot of people there. But yeah, a really great to connect here on your podcast. Thank you for inviting me. How actually, you know what? Hang on a second. I forgot how my own podcast goes. I always have guests introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourself? Oh, okay. No pressure. Let's see. I'm chef melis king. I'm a chef in San Francisco. I keep going. Whatever you want to say. I'm already enamored with chef melis king like as an honorific. You know, like I didn't necessarily realize that doctor. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, that's rad. But continue your chef and super disco. Chef and San Francisco, I was on a show called top chef all stars was the winner of that season, season 17. I'm also a judge now, which is pretty cool. But yeah, just hanging out. I have no idea how that works in terms of like I don't really understand the interplay between being a chef who works in restaurants and then being a chef who's on television being a chef. I don't really understand how those things are related to each other. I don't either. But I guess, I guess my first question is, are you like really cooking? How does anything work? I don't television works. And I think I understand how making food works, although not being a chef. But how do those things work together in your experience? Well, for top chef when you compete, you're really cooking. So, you know, in Padma tells you you have one hour for a 30 minute quickfire, literally time. That's what's happening. And you go. Yeah, and then the camera is just follow. But you are in your zone and you're cooking your dish and trying to make it perfect in front of everybody in the world that's watching. So it's a lot of pressure. But yeah, it is real cooking, at least top chef is. I can't speak for other shows, 'cause I haven't competed on the other ones, but top chef has, especially when I started judging, I felt there was so much I gained a lot more respect and integrity for the show. More than I originally had as a competitor. Oh, why? Yeah. Why? Because I think when I was competing, there's a part of you that thinks that this is TV, you know, or like, what are they, what can they control on the other end of things, but then as a judge, I'm in it, and I'm a part of the experience of choosing who wins and who loses and providing that feedback. And it is a very honest and true competition. There's everyone has an equal voice as a judge, so yeah, it kind of saw more of the back end of that side of the show and really gained so much more respect than ever for the competition. How did you get approach to participate in the show? I remember I was cooking in restaurants here in the Bay Area. And I don't know, I just kind of got bored one day and decided to apply for it. And they didn't call me back for two or three years, and I thought, okay, I dodged a bullet because I was actually really nervous to even attempt to go on TV and cook and compete in a competition. So anyways, it didn't call me back for like two or three years, and then a producer called one day and said, hey, we want you to apply again and so I kind of went through that process all over, which is a very long interview process. It's like two or three months of interviews. It's worse than applying for college or any dream job. And then next thing you know, I was going on the show and they told me to pack my knives and go and I just kinda like. I understand. You know, that's such a great turn for us. So yeah, wow. And it just kept going. Yeah. Yeah. Are you surprised by that? Are you surprised that it's continued to go? Certainly. I had no idea what I would expect from the experience of cooking on television. I think my entire career was in restaurants and I thought I would just own a restaurant someday and just become a chef and do the traditional route of cooking and then ended up going on this show and just putting my heart into the competition and the first season season 12 in Boston, I placed as a finalist. So that kind of propelled my career into a new direction and kind of put a spotlight on things. And so I never really realized the magnitude of that. And even things like representation and how important it is and I came out on the show sort of. Or in human life. You came out of it. And it translated to that was you coming out. Exactly. Well, I came out in my regular life to only family members, like my mom and my dad, my sister, and that was kind of it. And Friends, but going on something like a national cooking show and then kind of expressing to the whole world. That was like a whole other stepping stone of my life was coming out to grandma and young people. My mom's friends and people on the outside that I was never really that open with. Right? Yeah, it's really cool. What year was that? This was back in oh jeez I don't even know. Like, that's what I was just saying like that. Yeah, yes. Which I think that's also something that I mean because technically this falls in the category of reality TV although it's like the competition side of things versus the like. I had a lifestyle side of things or whatever. I think it's easy to even forget that also in that sphere there wasn't a lot of representation. Because I think now that's so unusual for a show to not include like.
"cameron" Discussed on Hysteria
"It's the most fascinating thing if you like music if you like The Beatles and if you are obsessed with human behavior the way I am. It's just incredible thing to watch. I can't wait to watch it again, in fact. Really? Wow, rewatch of a documentary is like a real endorsement for sure. You'll see it's very unique. It's a very because it's just like the cameras on them. And they're really, they're working. It's trying to write a song in their under some time pressure. So they're not as self conscious. They're not that aware the camera because it's just been kept running the whole time. So it's one of those kind of documentaries, where it's really candid. Captures. That sounds great. I wish we could keep you around for the entire episode because this was such a fun conversation. Please come back, Jason Smith Cameron. And we have to take a quick break. When we come back, personal political. Hysteria.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"As he does in bed, which is wonderful. Yeah, I mean, you know. I don't know if that answered anything. But yeah I did. Yeah. I mean, it did. I think that I'll tell you something I'm working on is I think for me, I had sort of a goony phase of looking when I was younger and I. Shifted my value over to my accomplishments and really tried to achieve. And something that I've just been working on in the last two years is shifting away from, I mean, this is just this is just to say, this is I'm just contemplating this. We don't know if it'll ever happen. But what if my value was not based on how I look? Also not based in what I do, and that is something that I have been trying to wrestle with is like, wait, what if my values just inherent and I don't have to work on it? Because I think that something that I ended up doing because I got so into this vibe of like, okay, well, I can prove that I'm, you know, I've just been working on trying to rest a shirt. Like, to spend more time resting and feeling assured of myself. And so I relate to everything you're saying. And then I also I hear some of the calm, you know, in your voice, it seems like you're very, but I mean, it's also, I mean, you go into a very good direction, I was. I mean, we're stuck in a pandemic where stuck with also having opportunity IC opportunity of not working at all. I mean, we're kind of like stuck with not doing or providing anything. So if you're not happy with yourself in that state. I mean, then you're probably pretty fucked. But it's also the first three months of this period. I mean, both me and Ricky we just did nothing. We thought, you know what? Let's just let's just then do nothing. Let's just sit down and not work and not produce and I mean Cameron and I tell you it was great. I mean, it was a really great pause. Which was necessary. And then from that kind of void, we just thought, you know, it's time to slowly get back into working, even though I can put up a show or even though if I produce work now, you know, there's no there's nothing in sight of what I can do with it. But make plans. So I mean, it's like a force kind of sense of just being trying to be happy with yourself. I mean, I think also there's the reality is probably a lot of people can't stand themselves. And I think that's also a good that can be a great lesson for most people that maybe would never discover that. And it's kind of important to just do all that work. So I hear you. I mean, it's also like you could also skip other accomplishments and skip the looks and skip the ambitions and then just like, what do you have? And I think what you have then is like a liberal.
"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And by the way, tomorrow, we're playing interview with Tom gilson. He wrote a book, John's mere act recommended him very, very highly. It's a book about Jesus. It's called too good to be false. It's about the character of Jesus. I am just so impressed with what he's done in this book. You can look forward to that tomorrow too good to be false. By Tom gilson, lots, lots coming up this week. Please go to my website Eric taxes dot com sign up for my newsletter so you know where I'm speaking, I'll be all over the place, God bless you. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Here we go. Hey there folks. I get to talk to a special friend of mine after we wrap up this show. He's waiting outside the door. I actually just kidding. I get to talk to a special friend of mine now. He's in California, and I'm gonna ask him some hard hitting journalistic questions. Cameron, are you ready? Yes. I am ready Eric meta taxes. My friend, Kurt Cameron. I recognize you from TV programs. I just realized..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I ask you a question really quick? Yeah. Do you go by cammy that was so funny? I don't know why I found that so sweet and so you're very curious because you know to me? Because at first I was like, who the hell is hammy? And I'm like, oh, family's favorite Cameron. You know, I really appreciate that question. I don't really go by cami. But it's sort of like, it's like a third person way that I speak about myself in wow, I'm just realizing this now. In sort of a way that I think denotes a part of myself, it's a little different than Cameron esposito. Like, that's cool. I used to do a live show here in LA and there was like a fan club. Wow. That was called cammy's little sweeties because I would call the audience a little sweeties and anyway. They made their own shirts for a minute. That existed. And I think but when I think about it, why the book club is named that as opposed to the camerons. I think, you know, as a reader as a little kid and as a little kid, I did not go by cammy. I only want to buy Cameron, but even then you were like absolutely not. Yeah, exactly. Why I have a familial nickname, but it's not cami. Are you going to tell us that I can tell you what my familiar name is? Never previously revealed your relationship. Yeah, absolutely. It's a.
"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"That one produces bondage and slavery, the other produces blessing and freedom and if we can educate one another on the right principles, then when this whole thing goes down, we can actually build it back beautifully and biblically. That's what we need to get back to. And I'm trying to help reinforce that knowledge base of the covenant ideas our founders made with God and how to apply the instruction manual to everything because we need to. It's just so beautiful that God is forcing us to get out of our own little world and into the culture and to bring the gifts of heaven. The principles, the ideas, the joy, the faith to bring it out into our communities. That's why it was given to us. And it is funny, Kirk because you're right. It's like things sometimes have to get really bad before we wake up. And I think that that is happening now when Lincoln talked about a new birth of freedom. I really believe he was speaking prophetically and that that was a prophecy. It was not fulfilled in the 19th century, but I really believe we're on the verge of that being fulfilled, because we have had, let's face it, we're having a reckoning right now. I mean, until an election is stolen, you don't get serious about election integrity about making sure that every vote counts. You just don't. We kind of think everything's fine. It's okay. When you realize it's not okay when things go really bad when the government is telling you what to do with your body. When the government is telling you where you can eat and suddenly people wake up and I just think that this is ultimately it's going to be a time of blessing. If people want to participate in this, these campfire events you're talking about, where can they go? Where can they go? So you could just go to my website and there's the tour dates. What's the website? Her Cameron dot com. Oh. I figured I could send them to Eric metaxas dot com, but they'd probably get all mixed up and confused. And they start wearing bow ties and double breasted jackets and I never wear you know what? That's like a bad sign. Everyone says that to me, you're as bowtie. I literally never, ever wear bow ties. But I think maybe my glasses throw people off. They imply bow tie. That's orville redenbacher I'm thinking of. You look nothing like him. Thank you so much. I died inside just now. I died inside. You look like the brawny paper towel guy. That's a compliment, by the way. That's a compliment. But seriously, people can go to trying to look like the brawny paper towel. I'm trying to grow my beard back. So this isn't just me being lazy and not shaving. Yeah. I actually had to shave it for some filming I did. And now I'm trying to grow it back. So I'm in that starter kit phase where I just look like I'm 19 and I'm trying to grow a beard. So it's Curt Cameron dot com. Yes. Okay, folks. Kirk Cameron dot com. Those states you mentioned. I know that a lot of people are going to want to go to those events. I really wish I could. I just love being with you. And I love what you're doing. Congratulations on the new show. Do we know when it's going to be on the air,.
"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"To Kirk Cameron Kirk. I hear a distant dog. It's so beautiful. So bucolic, you're obviously not in Manhattan. Let me ask you a question. Well, you asked me about the Martin email I quote. And of course, it's in my Bonham for book, but it's everywhere. Martini Mueller was a hero, a German hero, he fought in World War one. He got into the ministry, and he was just an incredible guy. But he was slow to wake up to the Nazi threat. He thought, like a lot of people do, like, well, we can work with them or they're not so bad or something, right? Well, when he finally woke up, it was too late, and he wrote a poem and you were talking about it. It's a famous quote where he says, when they came for the trade unionists, I was not a trade unionist. So I didn't speak up. When they came for the communists, I was not a communist, so I didn't say anything. I didn't speak up. When they came for the Jews, I was not a Jew. So I didn't say anything. I didn't speak up. And then when they came for me, there was no one left to speak up for me. And that's the idea is that we need to stand with others. When they say, I'm going to cancel so and so. I'm going to cancel I'm going to come after so and so if we don't all stand for those people, I say it's about Mike lyndell. I tell people buy pillows you don't need. Use the code Eric. Because if we don't support this guy who's been attacked like crazy, what's going to happen when he's gone? And then they're coming for you. There will be no Mike lyndell to stand up for you. We stand with ADF lines defending freedom. They are unbelievable heroes in the fight for religious liberty. I tell people, give money to alliance defending freedom. I'm gonna tax his talk dot com. Be generous because if you help them now, we may live another day. But if you don't help them now, we may lose religious liberty. And the government's going to come for your money and you won't even be able to give them any money. If we don't all stand now with each other and understand we're in a war now, what will happen to us is what happened to Martin Lee Mueller. He was busy praying and thinking the government's fine. By the time he really woke up, they arrested him. He was in a concentration camp for 8 years, he was completely muzzled. So the church in America today, it's almost like we've muzzled ourselves. And then when we finally realized, oh, we better speak up. It's gonna be too late. So that's, you know, you and I obviously understand these things and we do all we can because we don't want the American church to go the way of the German church. But we will if we don't stand up and speak up. Yeah, it's killing. All the things that you're saying and then again, people are saying, what can I do? What do I do? And so Eric, you're doing such great work and I know people who are doctors who are lawyers who are teachers, just everyday people out there, moms, dads, they're pulling their children out of government schools and they recognize education is important that getting involved in civil government voting, running for office is a critically important. And these are things that we've like you've said we've just sort of neglected. Somebody else will take care of that stuff. Who wants to hang out with politicians? You know, they're corrupt. And so, but by our neglect, it ends up becoming more and more corrupt. And so this is a good thing. I think that we are finally being forced to do what we should have been doing all along and I see my role right now at least, is to use whatever opportunities God gives me to help people understand what the mandates from heaven are contra the mandates from The White House, and they.
"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"There are people waking up right now. And I think if people wake up now, it's just in time because we do need to create these alternative platforms. And I love that you're talking about that. Eric, you're the expert here on the C student talking to the professor. But when I look at what's going on in our country, what I think amazes me more than the speed and intensity with which the evil is coming toward us is that these people perpetuating these the perpetrators of this kind of evil can look straight faced at us and say, no, this is all for your good. I'm here to help you. There's nothing wrong. In fact, that's crazy talk what you guys are saying. I'm here to murder you. The greater good. Many people just go along with it. What's going on? I don't see a problem or you don't want to see a problem because it's too scary. Yeah. What is it that finally wakes people up to say, guys, we're talking about people telling you that two plus two equals 5. Or that you don't have freedom of speech? I freedom to your own body or anything. I think a dirty bomb snuck across the southern border and detonated some place unfortunate. That'll wake people up. Do we need that folks? Do we need to wait till something horrific happens? There are so many crazy things happening. And you're right, you know, Kirk the reason it's hard for us to process what's going on is because we've lived in a free country. We have been able largely to trust the government. We have been the government. We the people elect people, and we don't worry that they're stealing elections. You know, these were all distant problems, the size of a man's hand on the horizon a cloud, the size of a man's hand. They are now here. And we are having to face things that are
"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And at the end of the hour, I'm gonna tell you something else interesting. Don't go away. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Here we go. Hey there folks. I get to talk to a special friend of mine after we wrap up this show. He's waiting outside the door. I actually just kidding. I get to talk to a special friend of mine now. He's in California and I'm gonna ask him some hard hitting journalistic questions. Cameron, are you ready? Yes. I am ready Eric meta taxes. My friend, Kirk Cameron. I recognize you from TV programs. I just realized. Now you have a new program coming up on TBN called takeaways. I want to talk to you about that in a minute. But first, I'm going to ask you some hard hitting journalistic questions. Are you ready, man? Okay, first question. Have you pre ordered is atheism dead by Eric metaxas? Quick. Yes or no. No, no, no. No. Just give me a simple answer. Don't beat around the bush. Yes or no? Not yet. Oh. Man. Alvin. That hurts. I didn't have to, because you're publishers cut off. Cut off his mic. Listen, no, you know what? Because I've been so canceled like on YouTube and all these other places. I'm becoming I used to be sort of shy about asking people like forcefully, but I'm telling people there's stuff in this book that is going to freak people out. Like I'm not kidding. I didn't come up with it. It's stuff that I found and I thought, how is it that we who say we are Christians don't know this evidence for God? It's some freaky stuff. And I'm just telling you that, because I didn't get to talk to you on the phone. I'm talking. I'm telling you now on my own show that there's stuff in here it's gonna freak. It's gonna freak you out. You're gonna say, how did I not know this? Is Eric making this up? No, I'm not. Okay, you. Have a new show out. How many shows do you have now, Kirk? What's going on? Well, you mean sort of running concurrently. Yeah, you've got a lot of stuff going on. So there's a really cool show that's coming up on TV and called takeaways. And the idea is that I get the chance to talk with really cool people like you and like Dennis prager and like dinesh d'souza and Charlie Kirk and my sister Candace Cameron and other people. And I often think to myself, it's great when we talk about stuff, but what we need is some takeaways of brilliance, some action points where we can actually do something with all of this knowledge. Just like in your book, is atheism dead. I'm sure that you give people ideas on what we can do, how we can actually utilize the information in there. And so that's what I've tried to do with this new program called takeaways. In my book, is atheism dead. I don't do anything of the kind. And I apologize. Maybe in the second edition of it I'll have some, you know, some things like that. But listen, I always joke around, especially with my friends, but what you just said and the idea of this show is really important because I do get that question incessantly. I'll have somebody on this program talking about people always say, what can I do specifically? And so that's literally what this new show is about. What's my takeaway? Yeah, what's my what's my takeaways? That's always been my frustration. I talked to really brilliant people and there's fantastic commentators that can articulate all of the hypocrisy and all of the corruption that we see around us and where all these bobble heads going. Yes, yes, I see exactly what you're talking about. But what do we do? I gotta be a part of it. I get an idea for some California evangelicals who might be tuning in. Here's a hot tip for you. You could vote pregnant pause there are plenty of people of faith that didn't vote in the last couple of elections didn't vote to recall Gavin Newsom. Folks, I think it's your duty as a believer to vote against wicked policies and things. And where do you think that idea comes from Kirk that we in America, I mean, you could see the German church brought into this lie in the 30s and it didn't go so well. But there are so many people that, you know, I mean, when we say what you can do, like the most basic thing is vote, like make sure you vote that you're involved. That to me is like the most basic thing. There's so much else to do, but I know that the numbers of folks that didn't vote in this recall election, I thought, wow. It would have been so easy to recall this governor who's completely lost touch with what I like to call reality. But they didn't vote. I mean, that's almost the first thing I'm embarrassed bring it up really. And you and I both know that there's another there's another option on the table that nobody really wants to talk about and that the other option is maybe they did. Maybe they did. I mean, I know, and I know counties here in California that are so red that supposedly turned out blue, you wonder what the heck is going on? We're not allowed to talk about fraud. Hey, we are not allowed to talk about the stolen election on Fox News. Do you understand that? And here's the good news. We're not on Fox News. So let's talk. Well, so we sense that we're in trouble in our country and I'm encouraged when I see you know what I think we serve a God who is sovereign. And with a providential view of history and what's going on, that gives me great hope for the future. And God is guiding the pressures in our culture. I believe to cause all things to work out for good for those who love him. Amen. And so what I'm seeing right now, Eric is we're whining and we are crying for being deplatformed and canceled and censored. Yeah. But now we're realizing wait a minute. Why are we depending on all of these systems and organizations that hate us anyway? We need to start creating our own alternative channels and platforms and distribution systems and finally out of necessity we're beginning to do that. And I see that is perhaps God pushing us to do the things we have been doing. For the last hundred years there's no question about it. I'm right there with you. That is clearly how I see. I mean, look, we know all things work together for good for those that love the lord and call the according to the purpose. We know that. But sometimes the lord allows us to glimpse it actually. And I think that what you're saying right now is are being able to glimpse of one way in which this dark season is working together for good is that there are people that have been sleepwalking and they're waking up. And look, I talked about it in my bonhoff for book. I mean, there were tons of good people who did not really want to deal with the situation. And when they finally did wake up, it was too late. I believe in this country what's going on right now. It's just what you said. There are people waking up right now..
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Cameron has auditioned for the role of christopher columbus. What do you want us to do about this and my parents she good. Oh yes she's okay. She's good so they were like all right. We'll then give her the role and the school wouldn't let me play christopher columbus by myself so there was a boy that played in half of the bob laden half of the performances and i played in the other half and i also wore. My mom's mom had these boots. That look like the boots that julia roberts wears in pretty woman. I don't know shit. That's what i worked. Views were like they were swayed. And i thought they were very fancy Anyway i look back on this an i am very curious. What like the rest of the school because this was like not how like this is like not chill like people were not. This is not like i was doing this but this is not what people were doing. And i love my parents said she good and then and then that i did it but also like. I can't even imagine what the parents were thinking. You know like gendered stuff is like so affirmed in schooling so important to many parents. Many school systems like making sure that things. Are you know that. I can imagine if your teacher that falls outside of that that yeah the same. The same things apply.
"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"We were like at pool of foreign firms birthdays and was like hey cameron great to see. I haven't seen you in a long time since that night. And i was just like what the for talking about and he was like. Yeah because you remember. I had the show after years on much any. His show was a one man show of camping. Lick actually is a catholic people worse. I'm just like a bunch of wigs. Just coming out to do like preplanned written sketch work. It's just impossible. I'm still stuck on the improv show. And i just have to get this out. Which is i heard chess gu. I heard top us. That's all i'm gonna say. I just say those things. Yeah look i. Don't we'll have to live in this time. Anymore is a terrible time. But i do think it was really funny. That for a couple of weeks after the election People i would like go to a friend's house and they'd be like hey. Do you want champagne and like these strange phenomenon of like friends offering champagne like all the time and i realized it was like they all had bought a couple bottles of shampoo for their election night parties this city all this shit the champagne. I just had to go ready to move magnum. Why we're in a crisis at i. Actually i this is also for small. That is amazing I flew to mexico the next morning to perform at.
"cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"Our say accessible. I think right now ron is maybe like a weird answer but i'm honestly obsessed with the friendships that i've gotten to have over this past year. It's very overwhelming. I've never had like friend group of like black designers or even designers that have like really been so overwhelmingly loving to me my not only my career but just as a person and really like being that support system that i needed and i for so long i mean even that people always gonna issue like of course you have support and like yes but like even within that eight hundred fifty their groups their groups and so sometimes you don't always fit into those groups or even within those groups that you may be a part of me still don't completely feel a sense of belonging in so to be able to go into space. Be around people that care about me and love me for who i am and weather. I change or evolve or whatever phase of my life. You know that. I am growing into that there to support me in guide won't do those different shifts. Those different transitions. And i know like i said it. Weird answer in terms of being obsessed. Like i think just i like i have my own podcast with with heatherly. Who's the founder of black ignite and just like how our lives cross within a year. I would have never imagined for our friendship to be where it is from going from like professional relationship to very personal friendship that i value very deeply and to be able to work on this podcast with her and hear her story. And how much like our stories literally are parallel to each other and so be able to have people like and other people like like mitzi like my designed to divest community is like as well and having them in my corner some like i'm truly become obsessed within like want to continue to be around. Want to just have the energy around me that healthy energy kiss sometimes your people. It's beat around your own. People still was it. It's unhealthy so like having people in those relationships has been really great for me within this past year. Aside from like those those friendships. Have you had any any mentors or anyone. That have really kind of helped you out either over this past year just like a long way in your your journey as a designer law. I've had a lot of different people. Din vary some that. I'm very very fortunate. Very grateful to have my life and they're all for different reasons at. I like the start of my career or even School experience. I thought that i could really only have like one seven mentor. That's what it is. But as i realize i need different mentors for different things different spaces in my life and so you know i've had mentors that has taught me about just how to run. My program guided me answering those questions. Were like moving into becoming a nonprofit understanding like elements of like brand strategy for our program that i have. I have mentors that who are now. He call friends as well. Who have helped me like guy me as a person in this where i need to go in my life and then of course i have to like my really close. Professors wanted particular. That has become a very good mentor to me. That actually was the one who gotten into you design that yes. I go for only personal advice but of course career advice As well so. I think like over this past year. I've definitely had some great champions and mentor. mentors in my corner that are designated to different of wildlife. Hell to flourish. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work would you like to be doing. Getting my phd. Okay i mean yes. That is a goal of mine. I expressed. I will not a lot of people have told me like. Oh why don't you just go ahead and get your phd now. I'm like i'm exhausted. I'm tired. I do not wanna go through school again at the moment but i think eventually right now i currently see myself leading a community wherever that may be in whether that be in the corporate space i definitely see myself leading those conversations surrounding equity with design space and growing in that. Because that is a space that i want to continue to be in in various different areas whether it's like i said in the corporate space leading my community or even teaching i think eventually like i want to get my phd within this element of design and psychology and understanding people and to be able to eventually down the line teach teach to students teach to the next. You know next generation college students that are coming coming in. I think by then already have that experience of being in the corporate world myself. And i can be able to instill that wisdom and have those connections to people through my community to be able to give back to those students that i'm teaching. So that's where. I want to evolve myself into and just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and your work and everything you're doing online. Yeah they can Wanted can find me on media in terms of my writing and by the way an article will be coming out not through my medium but through the allied tech blog on inclusion or inclusive design. Being more than a buzz word so definitely look out for that and then you can find me on linked in. I'm very active on their. When is of course just my name. And then you can find. The instagram is just by name. Sorry dot cameron and then of course our program our programs. Instagram design underscore. So you can find me active on all of those definitely feel free to to follow me stay connected and especially those who want us. You know get plugged into my community. My program even companies wanting to to work with us and just people just wanting to connect and definitely open to that sounds good well Zarya cameron i wanna thank you so much for coming on the show for taking time to come out on the show like i said it's been a while since we've had a design student on the show particularly one from nhpc you but when i first heard about you at where the black designers and hurt you speak and everything was like. I gotta get her on the show. Just i ever talked about what he's doing. I mean just the fact that you're accomplishing this much. As a student. I think bodes so well for your future career and i'm really excited to see what you're able to accomplish once you graduated and really got out there in the design world and are able to make an even bigger impact so thank.
"cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"Was me as an individual designer as person as a community leader. Now those types of roles. I never really saw myself being part of a year ago and now i'm leading community. I'm advocating for other black design students. I'm being able to speak on that work through various different speaking engagements one. I never at all saw myself as being that person to kind of go up and and speak but now i just definitely seen myself evolved with beam. Were authentically myself and being able to be.