35 Burst results for "Carey"

Jim Carey Is the Only One Making Sense About Will Smith

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Jim Carey Is the Only One Making Sense About Will Smith

"Of all people, Jim Carrey. Who normally is an asshole extraordinaire. And so, esoteric, you can't understand a word. He says, Jim Carrey made a hell of a lot of sense the other morning. On CBS with Gayle king. Maybe his STD medication finally been prescribed right. But Jim Carrey had something to say about Will Smith's behavior at the Oscars. He's sitting there with Gail king and he said he was sickened by the standing ovation Will Smith got. This is big guys. This is a guy who's made a $1 billion for Hollywood, a white guy. Talking about the black guy who's made a $1 billion for Hollywood. And Jim Carrey had the balls to say, I'm sickened by the standing ovation. And then this is even better. Hollywood is just spineless and mass. And it really felt like this is a really clear indication that we aren't the cool club anymore. You know what? Jim Carrey is just made the most sense of anybody I've heard from that part of the business in many, many years. He's right. I've been preaching this for years. They ain't the cool club anymore. He also said that Will Smith should have been arrested. But then Gayle king points out, well, Chris Rock declined to file charges. And Jim Carrey said, he didn't want the hassle Gail with so true.

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Moore leads No. 10 Villanova to 74-66 win over Georgetown

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Moore leads No. 10 Villanova to 74-66 win over Georgetown

"Justin Moore delivered fifteen of his nineteen points in the second half as tenth ranked Villanova earned its fifth straight win seventy four sixty six against Georgetown Brandon Slater had eleven points for the Wildcats who led by just three before going on a ten Forsberg late in the second half Villanova moved to twenty one and six overall fourteen at three in the big east the one of the leading scorer Collin Gillespie had just nine points after averaging sixteen point eight this season the holiest of drop sixteen in a row and R. O. one fifteen in the conference Donald Carey dropped in twenty four points and Dante Harris had sixteen for Georgetown I'm the ferry

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Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Mariah Carey Sends Her Vindictive Mother Far Away

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:30 min | 10 months ago

Mariah Carey Sends Her Vindictive Mother Far Away

"But now comes where the Mariah finally sold her mother's longtime house, but upstate New York, 750 grand, some nice amount of change for all mom and she put her mom. She put the old battle action and assisted living facility and some of you are going around just buy her a smaller house or a nice condo and live near it. No, no, no. You don't even know why. Let me tell you something. Mariah and bought this house for her mother in north Salem. I think in 1994, for like $400,000. So it made a decent profit. Four bedroom three brands from blah blah blah. Actually, it's sold earlier this month for 757 $157,000 more than $250,000 in the initial asking price. So, when word got out, people wanted this house. But in the past year, Mariah has moved, her mother relocated her mother to West Palm Beach to live in an upscale senior living home, and at the whole time the house sat idle for a year before listed for sale in June. So she's moving to a nice 5 star assisted living residents, nurses are gonna wait on her hand and foot, but it's still a million miles from everyone, and there's a reason why. Carry Mariah Carey is always called her relationship with her mother a very complicated relationship. And when I say complicated, I mean hateful,

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"carey" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"So you're not leveraging yet and your priorities continually get hijacked by other people. And that's how i lived prior to burning out and then on the other side i thought okay. You got three primary assets every single day time energy in priorities. That's what everybody get. Students that entrepreneurs get business people get people at the bottom of the org chart get time energy and priorities. So how do you get them working for you not against you. You start to focus your time and we can go deep on that one. If you want to you start to leverage your energy instead of fighting your energy cooperate with it and then you can realize your priorities when you figure out how to let other people. Stop hijacking them. So that is something. I've come to call the thrive cycle. So you have the stress spiral you're going. Down thrive cycle is like. I've got focus time. I'm leveraging my energy. i'm realizing my priorities. That's helping me to live in a way today. That will help me thrive tomorrow in the secret at the heart of it. All is to do what you're best at when you're at your best. What are you best at. When are you at your best. Let's focus on those three to five peak hours every day that you and i seem to get and let's do it your best. Add in that window when you start to make those changes that's where you see exponential results or i've seen exponential results and so of the leaders have had the privilege of training. That's so good. Let's dive into it Starting with the idea of focusing your time that seems to be the one we've got to get that under control before we can attack the other pieces here and you know the most productive people on earth They get the same amount of time. Right beyond say has twenty four hours. I've got twenty four hours. What am i not doing right. Why am i not beyond say carey. So what are the habits of those people who handle the time the best. Well i and this is. This sounds small but it was really big in my life. Because i would always say things when i was burning out in the stress. Spiral would be like well. George i just don't have time for that i don't have time. I don't have time to go to the gym. I don't have time to answer that person's question. I don't have time to start a new project. I don't have time to write a book. I don't have time to launch a podcast. I don't have time for any of that. And then i had that realization that oh my goodness carry. You've got the same amount of time as any other human being on planet earth and that was really sobering and initially really depressing. Because i'm like. I see these like hyper effective people and they don't get any more time like if if i got promoted to the ceo of a fortune fifty company. Nobody says here's an eighth day. Here's like twenty six hours in a day right. You got to figure it out. So i thought i'm going to be a disaster so i made this little switch that i would encourage everyone listening.

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"carey" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"Seventy bits in it but the al get saved by the all the so many bits of it so even on the on the bike and the they've reached aspin overseas set code. Not you could say that snow has come run at the knows but then frozen. This official gags as well for just one point nothing completely. That's the so many as set the so many lines. The so many lines in this movie like when he's walking out the pub and he's like oh my god. They put a man on the moon de assignment behind. That i mean this literally. I here i can think of. I think we've only the both of the other movies. Even though i do love the mosque you could sit here for a whole podcast and disrupt municipal the lines from that. That made you laugh from out loud. Brought on the dvd features Jim carey as he walked out. The ball can tell is the democratic research They're interviewing someone and she says he says dressing for the location when shoot in annecy him Jeff trying to get into like you know pretending to be dumb silly. So you're not putting on an actress. You all. you do have anarchy of like ten or fifteen. So when he walks out east. Jim carey partly saw this picture on the wound of archiving Norway sweet just stroz out as if it's brand new needs to him shout against the fantastic Scripted it. But i have one little person story. I remember that was kind of back. This film niwas look back. Fondly must've been like fifteen years ago. Do a walk. Christmas party I was in the toilet. Midnight was in one of the chemicals. I take a dump massive fan of dumb and dumber had the line a desperately want to make love to sco boy as his ringtone as he was in denise business your rhino with some guy nearby some middle aged guy not connected to us at all. He's phone goes off in the toilet. And i watch. This guys showed us to start the south. He just wasn't ready. We would make love to schoolboy accurate. Often he was laughing and just like it was pro like that kind of like domino effect am laughed..

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"carey" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"You could try to someone that isn't necessarily into jim. Carey doesn't surly wanna see that cap comedy every five seconds. It's weird that this should be the most grounded of the three but it kind of weirdly is and but now it just didn't didn't click with me and Originally came out. I got more of a kickout. Thanks i think on a on a on a rewatch. It's a weird one other than i am. I might watch again and actually changed. That was one time on my phone on a train which doesn't always necessarily do it. Justice is very issue film. Say at probably didn't do any many favors burn. I'll be interested what you guys think especially chris. He's a little on the opposite sides of the coin to degree prepared to me gifts crystal it. It's kind of a well also hasn't is with mix because i think the thing that might Interest it moves so swiftly Light you're literally for one into our to our to another without having a chance to solve like it just literally. Bronze locker paint by numbers. Films just happens. Have jim carey in the middle of it and left mouse growing up as a kid offers a great film when he should watch as another east of like you realize how Like one dimensional. It can be sometimes and other. What are we watched recently It didn't have the cohesive the domine Have this is weird to me. Because all have fond memories of it and i always say never revisiting while and it was fun. Ns great the music was fantastic in jim carrey's performance fantastic buffing all of it together just kind of needed. It needed something that was missing That would be interesting. I'm cliff sorry. chris yeah just misses missing something but it does work and it doesn't work is it's it fifty two. You have simmons laos. I the out the free. This is my favorite now. If i was to say. I've got night you of son and when i was i say to my wife was They're never put us to watch over spray. These movies again the one that he went. Oh can i watch. That view. was the mosque now. I actually i mean agreements that he has obviously started life as a comic book which was a lot more graphic To say the least eighth. I think that it has that comic book movie style. The scott so as you said it's of ski seen by seeing by seeing by same almost iq of reading a comic book yet by slide by side by side by slide and actually coming down to the basis of gymnasts. I think the out she out of the free. This is best acted because you know he. He does savings row. He comes on later on tonight. Four to do more serious roles but actually as it kiss he plays he plays deadpan..

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The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained

ICYMI

01:48 min | 11 months ago

The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained

"Just in case. You haven't seen this yet. We're talking about a kind of creepy kind of charming little dancing ladd. Who sings about berries and cream and has completely endorse old tick-tock. Well that little ad is obviously benny from the boxcar children. Benny one of the bucks for children has a very big obsession with berries and cream. Much like all of our listeners. Here's a note from maria says okay. I've not been on and maybe a day and a half and now everything is berries. Increase cream slush. Little ad helped that spelled h. a. l. p. i feel like i'm too old for tick-tock yet still young enough to use that spelling help maria. That's that's a really excellent way to describe microgeneration halley by email said. Please help me with the little lad. Why is it over my sap. What does it mean is it a simple of our collective spiral into madness. All these questions are very pressing meet wants us to explain why they saw the berries and chromatic talk wants two weeks ago and now therefore you pages berries and cream mashed up with my chemical romance and mariah carey and frankly before we go any further. Now that i know it exists. I simply need to hear what berries and cream and mariah carey mashed up sounds like berries and cream knew it was coming. It's still brought me joy. That's the thing about these mashups. Is that whenever you see them on your sap it's always someone being like. Who made this audio and so you know something is coming and yet. It's always just a delightful little

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"carey" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"I don't like to be closed hard. Like you might be if you're in a sales place that that that makes me give you an immediate no but Respectful ask with an out means. I might you know might consider it the second time it comes across my desk. In most of the time most of these leaders there defaults going to be no because of all that comes along. And so what stands out to me would be someone who adds value i and and everyone wants to be liked the most Whoever you admire respect the most they're still human being and they won't be like they want to be valued and so e- oddly enough one of the ways that you communicate values just by asking questions and listening. Everyone likes to do the talking. And so if you come in and pitch your idea. It's hey. I'm here to make the let me tell you what i'm doing. Let me tell you about blah blah blah blah. Can you help me. That's a niece center conversation. If i come in and say carey i read this quote and it really impacted me this way. Could you tell me a little bit more about this. And then i listened that i take notes and then i go do something with what i just said is your time was valuable but valuable to me and then you feel good about it And and so. I think you go in with more of a heart to give than to get respecting their time. If you can add value to their life the it's it's The not only will they say yes sometimes but there might be the beginning of a friendship if you come in with the right approach because sometimes they are lonely in what friends become too hard. It's like run up on a bird. Birds gonna fly real fast. I remember as i got to know you. I was trying to follow those principles and we had some personal contact beyond the etcetera. Some phone calls. And you're definitely not lonely and have lots of friends and lots of things going on your life. But i still remember. I was sitting on the back porch and you carry. It's okay we're friends now and that was really interesting. So i haven't lost the respect. I still have so much immense respect for you but you don't want to. I would say my last piece of advice as just because you met with someone once or twice. Don't expect to be doing vacations with them next year. Like really tried to be astute about where the relationship is at. Because maybe you know. I i would say we have a real friendship now craig and yet. I wouldn't want to assume we did. And you're like i was just trying to help carry out like you know. I don't know why he keeps texting me. And and why won't leave me alone. I don't know. Does that resonate a little bit like just just does i think i think you're You're not going to overstep your balance. And and again i always. I always try to ask very little and offer a lot. Whatever i can to add benefit. I wanna talk to you. You mentioned earlier that earlier on you you burned out and in you've said before and you talk about in your book at your best that that burn out is an epidemic and it's interesting as we look around today. I see more leaders. Hurting limping struggling. Battling insecurity fear. Burn out. i think than i have in my whole kind of leadership experience..

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"carey" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

05:17 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"Email with the release of every episode. We'll give you the leader. Guide us got summaries discussion questions. Bonus content all the links that our guests will talk about. Today let me tell you who. We have on the podcast. We've got a good friend of mine. Carry neuhof who is the best selling author of a brand new book called at your best how to get time energy and priorities working in your favor. He's got a fantastic leadership. Podcast that i highly recommend to you. He's a speaker. He's a leadership coach. he's a lawyer. He's the ceo of carry neuhoff communications. He is brilliant guy raining from canada. We'll go now to my conversation. With kerry carey of super honor.

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Bike Fitting 101 with Coach Patrick Carey

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

02:04 min | 11 months ago

Bike Fitting 101 with Coach Patrick Carey

"Let's just dive right in how to even define a good bike fit. I think that's a great place to start. Might take that every good bikes. It starts with the bike fitting the rider not the other way around and unfortunately oftentimes what happens is people are shoehorned onto their bikes. And that's really the office of what we want to happen. We want to set every bike up for each rider so that the rider just naturally falls into position on the bike. There's no pain points. You're not running into impingement and you're also not contracting yourself. In any way you're not overreaching. You're not spending your wrist some awkward way and and in that same idea if something hurts when you ride your bike. It's not right. Don't ever let someone tell you all that's just how riding a bike is. It's supposed to be a little uncomfortable. Now it's supposed to be joyful and supposed to be wonderful and when you get your bike set up correctly for you. it can be. That was is very much aligned. With what would. I often talk about it. We're not creating a bicycle. Recreating a cyborg and the interface between the animal and the machine is how you achieve that. Let's dive in even further so different approaches to fit. Probably what most people have been used to throw a leg over at approach literally. Stand over the bike. If you can clear the top tube. That's probably a good place. And then when you throw the word sit in there. Usually what ends up happening. Is you all the saddle height. The stem may be gets flipped. It probably does not get changed. And then also a lot of that is relying on the charts. So by companies. Put out the charts. Says if you're five seven you should be on. This is mike. If you're five ten you should be on the size bike. I personally believe that very often unfortunately results in people being on the wrong sized bike typically bike. That's too big which means that they're overreaching on that bike and you end up chasing the front end of the bike so the front end it becomes somewhat fixed in space and you can always shorten the stem so much so then that rider ends up being shoved way way forward on the bike and yeah like cement to create enjoyment. This takes away from

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"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

"Has to be the perfect pop princess. Maria finishes jotting down some lyrics than steps up to the mike and screams her rage away. Some sample lines you know. I think you're kinda stupid. I get your your big fat head. I hate you i hate you. I wish you were. Wow that was amazing. But also i gotta wonder who could she possibly be directing that at. I mean truly a mystery of the world's seriously mariah rights enough songs as bianca for an entire album. She even designs a cover which features polaroid of dead cockroach but the title. Someone's written over it in lipstick. Gotta hear these songs you actually can. Columbia tried to bury them but a few of them are on youtube under the artist named check. Mariah's friend clerk dane is singing. Lead vocals and moore is back to being a backup singer. The entire project is an escape valve. But it's not a solution. Maria knows that if she wants anything to change with tommy she has to do it as mariah not bianca. But that's a lot easier said than done it's january twenty ninth nineteen ninety-six and mariah carey has just performed fantasy at the american music awards in los angeles now. She's in her wardrobe trailer behind the shrine auditorium. Shimmying out of her costume. Even though she's in a rush to change she still more relaxed than usual. The show has its own security people so this is one of the few moments of her life. Where tommy's henchmen aren't glued to her side. She changes into her next outfit. A pair of black leather pants in a form fitting black turtleneck for the rest of the show. Since tommy won't let her show much. Skin mariah has to get creative if she wants to feel and look sexy. The leather pants do the trick. She checks herself in the mirror. Immense steps out of the wardrobe trailer. And that's what a white rolls royce pulls up in front of her but tinted windows slowly rolls down and mariah finds herself I two i with two pox core. Yeah there i. Contact is electric and then his eyes wander down and then back up taking all of maria end for the sexiest three seconds of her life. When he's finished he says hi mariah enrolls the window up again man. I felt that from here so did mariah for the rest of the ceremony. Mariah's entire body is buzzing. She sitting next to tommy in the front row acting like everything's normal but inside she's stressing we belong together on repeat something inside of her has been turned on a switch and this is all new for her growing up. Maria refused to let boys and sex distract her from her career. She watched her older sister. Get pregnant at fifteen and swore that was never going to happen to her. And tommy while that relationship has lots attention none of it is sexual but now mariah starting tipping. She wants more from her life over the course of the night. She picks up awards for best female pop artist and best email. R&b artists but the highlight of the evening is still those few sublime moments when she had to. Pox is all over her. She wants to feel that way again and she knows it's never going to be with tommy. It's november of nineteen ninety. Six and tommy are at dinner party at a fancy restaurant in a few days. They'll host a big thanksgiving feast at sing sing or a lot of these same people. The mood is high energy and casual the table. Exchanges industry gossip talks new projects. But then the conversation turns to the music of puff daddy who mariah worked with when she collaborated with old dirty. It's a sore spot for tommy. He still wants mariah to stay in milan. he put her in. He g. rated pop princess but one one of the industry people ask maria what she thinks. Puff daddy's music. She gives an honest answer. She says puff daddy sound is the future of hip hop. I mean agreed agreed to accept. Tommy does not agree. Tommy loses his shit his eyes flash with rage. He stands up from the table and he starts pacing the restaurant. You can basically see those cartoon puffs of steam coming out of his ears. Everyone at the table is lake. What's wrong with tommy. What just happened but marinos. She dared to voice her own opinion in public and it was an opinion. He felt threatened by. Tommy doesn't get hip hop. He doesn't like hip hop acts. That mariah loves it reminds him. That part of her still isn't under his control. Tommy does a couple more laps around the perimeter of the restaurant. All the other diners are looking at him now. Is he having some kind of nervous breakdown. What's going on. Finally he stomps back to the table slams his hands down and says i just want everyone to know that thanksgiving is cancelled. Wow thank god. This wasn't in two thousand one. They would have missed. My performance in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. Yeah that would have been a real tragedy. Mariah is mortified of course but not surprised tantrums. Like this are tommy's mo this time though she does something she's never done before when he announces that they're leaving. She refuses to go home with him. He's like come on get in the range rover but knows that if she gets in the car will take his meltdown out on her just like he has so many times in the past so tonight she decides she's not gonna take it she shakes her head and says now wait. This is playing out in front of everyone. Yup but the audience is what gives her courage. She knows she's taking a huge risk of because they're in a public place with a table full of witnesses. She takes a gamble and it works. Tommy tears off in the range rover without her mariah. Let's out a huge sigh of relief. Then she and a girlfriend sneak out through the kitchen. Have a drink at a nearby bar and go stay the night. In a hotel it's one small nightcap for womankind and one child leap for mariah carey. I just love paying for what i don't need you do know. 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"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

07:49 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

"We're headed toward fall. The weather starting to cool down just a little bit. And i gotta say i love a change in season especially if it means. I can start actually wearing cute jackets and sweatshirts again. Oh god say. I love switching things up. But you know what's not changing. Our love for hard seltzer. The first hard seltzer with antioxidant vitamin c couldn't agree more ritchie's if you haven't heard us talk about it before antioxidant vitamins. E is extracted from the osceola cherry. A super fruit. That has thirty times more vitamin c per cup than an orange. Yes so i mean. There are plenty of hard saulters to choose from of course but with eight bold and delicious dual fruit flavors antioxidant vitamin c. Busy makes the choice a little easier. And it's a lot tastier i gotta say. I love busy. I was just telling you how i insisted on packing it in my car for moving back west The watermelon flavors are just summer in a can and I could drink them all day. 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Some freedom but feels like tommy's got her in one of those ninja knots. That just gets tighter and tighter. The more you wriggle and mariah feels like. She's down to her last move. The one thing. She still got some control over her voice. That amazing voice that got that audience connected so excited and right now out there in the world. Outside her bathtub battle royale is underway over that voice mariah climbs out of the tub and checks her phone nervously. Still no calls ever since that concert and schenectady mariah has been way more vocal in the studio and not just when the record light is on. She knows what she wants. She knows what her audience wants. And it's not what tommy wants at all tommy's hell bent on keeping things as white and poppy as possible. Curly italian hair cut off jeans and daddy's button-down okay. Please never say gatti's button-down again but mariah doesn't want to play that role anymore. She wants to be herself all of herself. And that means more hip hop. She's looking for her. Sound a sound. that's true to who she is on the inside and she's reached out to new collaborator for help. His name is russel. Tyrone jones of the borough of staten island or as we all know him all dirty bastard mariah asked him to do a rap feature on her new track but he's been flaky and noncommittal he's like it'll happen if it happens and since then nothing not a word mariah's worried he thinks she's too soft to pop to white. She wishes she could just get on the phone with him and explain. That's not who she is not really but it's been radio silence so mariah's slips into her white silk nightgown and climbs into bed as quietly as possible. So she doesn't wake tommy. The bed is massive. Which is good. Because they're a million miles apart right now but justice mariah's head hits the pillow. The phone rings. she jumps out of bed and grabs. It and the news is amazing. Odbc just showed up at the studio. The rap happened just like that. Oh i know it did introducing dirty doggy mariah's ecstatic and lets out a little whoop tommy stirs in bed but honestly mariah too excited about the odbc score to think about tommy. So she tells the studio guy to play the rapper her over the phone down and dirty rhymes of odbc start busting through the receiver and mariah falls. A seriously bad ass move. She puts it on speaker love it. Odbc spits out rhymes like me and mariah go back like babies with pass fires whereas like a kid on christmas morning screaming and laughing and jumping up and down on the bed. This is the music from her teenage years. This is where she's been to take her music for years and it's finally happening after the rat finishes mariah looks over to tommy is head is cocked one side. And he's got a look on his face like he smells something disgusting he says the fuck is that i can do that. Get the fuck out here with that. I can do that. okay. I can just hear it. Now come on fellow old white men. Let's do some dadgum him. Hop diggity the next tommy rallies the other suits at the label and they all tell mariah this rap with od is going to throw her fan base into shock. But mariah's not going to let them tell her what her fans want. She knows better than anyone. She's right when the single comes out. It's a huge hit point for mariah because this is honestly one of my faves. Yeah our girls getting stronger. She's getting louder she's reaching down deep but what she's finding. There isn't pretty mariah's in the studio late at night scrawling lyrics for a new song in her notebook. She's been working all day songs for her upcoming album daydream and they have names like one sweet day but tonight she's writing lyrics for her alter ego. Bianca and bianca isn't sweet. She's more in line with the angry white girl. Rockers blur hot at the moment. Singers like atlantis morrissett shirley manson from garbage variety. Nbc's these women because they get to be messy in their music their style their emotions while mariah feels like.

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"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

"Forever it's june fifth nineteen ninety-three and barbara streisand. Bruce springsteen billy joel and ozzy osbourne are all sitting but cheek to buchy in. Saint thomas episcopal church in manhattan. Because today mariah carey is about to become. Mrs tommy mottola. Whoa hold up. I thought she was trying to get rid of him. Well what i said is that she wanted him to be less. Controlling in. tommy is desperate to get married. Mariah figures that if she marries him trust her and finally let her breathe. Listen tori spelling has said the exact same thing in multiple lifetime movies and it never ends well. Well you know that. I know that and tori spelling. Maybe knows that but mariah doesn't remember. She started seeing tommy when she was a teenager. She still in her early twenties. And let's do a quick rundown of her role model so far. She's got an abusive dad. A passive aggressive mom and of course my personal favorite creepy stepdad. Who's therapy animal is shotgun. This poor girl has absolutely nothing to go on so the day of her wedding. She looks out at the crowd. All these famous people are cheering her on and then she looks over at tommy and he looked so friggin happy. And that's enough to convince her. She made the right choice. She feels like everything is going to be. just fine. mariah opens her eyes. She's in a beachfront mansion in hawaii. It's three days after the wedding. The first morning of her honeymoon she can hear the ocean. Waves crashing and the wind in the palm trees accompanied by the soothing. Sound her husband's voice as he screams his face off in the other room. She cracks the bedroom door. And peeks out tommy screaming at a speakerphone and on the other line is his own personal. Publicist not mariah's publicist or publicists. From the label. This is someone tommy's higher to manage his image as a manly powerful titan of the music business. And the publicist is screaming back. He's telling tommy that their wedding photos are gonna be on the cover of people magazine and that this is going to be terrible for tommy's image they're trying to create this mythology of tommy as a shark and a spread of wedding photos are romantic and fluffy and not very shark lake. Okay wait of course. Their wedding is going to be on. The cover of people magazine. Moore is one of the best selling artists in the world. Plus ozzie and babs were too but exactly. That's what mariah thinks. she thinks. These two grown us men are completely missing the point some mariah jumps into the conversation. She's like okay. Let's also consider the fact that i'm trying to sell albums which means that being on the cover of people is good for me really obvious stuff but that just makes the publicists starts screaming and cursing at her and tommy doesn't defend her in fact he's nodding along and even though she knows she's right and these men are just being idiots. She feels hot tears coming on because this moment is like so many other moments in her relationship with tommy. He makes her feel powerless. Voiceless she sees it so clearly now her fantasy that tommy would be different. Once they got married was just that a fantasy she stop the tears from coming so she runs out of the house and takes off down the beach. She has no idea where she's going. She just has to get away. It's always best to ignore all red flags and then flee after the wedding. She wanders up to a bar on the beach and is about to order herself. A drink and calm down when she realizes she doesn't have any money. Tommy handles the money. Mariah's got nothing. The fact of her helplessness hits her all over again. Finally she uses the bar phone to collect. Call her manager back in new york. Her manager by sir dachary over the phone with a credit card as she sips it the reality of her situation sinks in he's not going to change and now she's in even deeper than she was before its july sixteenth nineteen ninety-three and mr and mrs tommy. Mottola are sitting in the back of a limo on the way to a major gig. Maria is feeling super nervous. She's a recording artist. Most of her work is done in the studio. And even though she's got to hit records out. She doesn't have a lot of experience in front of live audiences. She has no idea what to expect. And our stomach feels like trying to flip inside out the forest and field star being replaced by old warehouses and mobile home parks. Mariah's on her way to venue in cloudy depressed. Schenectady new york. That's where tommy's decided. Shoot her first thanksgiving tv special. It's not what mariah would have chosen. She'd have gone someplace with a little more. Flash lake radio city music hall. But there's a committee at columbia records. Who decides these things and tommy's the chairman of the board. Mariah's not even invited to the meetings while now we know why mariah supported free brittany approaching the venue when mariah starts noticing that some of the streets are blocked off with these giant orange police barriers. It's like something out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Her stagefright was already bad enough. Mariah's about to debut a bunch of new songs from her next album. She doesn't know how people will react and now just to help her sense of dread. She's moving through. What looks like downtown Noble then it gets even weirder right outside her window. She sees cops running around with guns and pushing people behind the barricades right police. Lights flicker and sirens chirp as the limo door opens and a security detail hurries towards the stage door. And now mariah's like okay. What the fuck is going on. And that's literally what she says out loud to the security guy at first. He looks at her like she's joking and that he sees she's dead serious. She's clueless so he tells her. It's for you. These people are all here to see. Wait she no. She's famous right of course but up to this moment. She'd never seen her fame face to face. Actually it's more like face to face to face times five thousand because the whole city has turned out to catch a glimpse of her up to this point. Maria has done nothing but write and record and keep her head down. She's been totally focused on her work. And tommy's kept a super tight lid on her exposure to her fans until now one mariah takes the stage. She's hit with a giant wave of screaming and applause. It feels good. It feels like oh. Mimi deserves love. yes she does. I mean she knows her mom loves her deep down she knows thomaz to on some weird level but this the audience is love has no strings attached. It inspires mariah to sing better than she ever has. She just kills it out there. No nerves just short adrenaline. And when the taping.

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"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

"It's june nine hundred. Ninety three and twenty four year old. Mariah carey is splashing around in a pond in upstate. new york. She smiles up at the hot sun and flips her hair sending perfect droplets water streaming through the air. Life's been hard up to this point but right now she's totally free and happy until the director yells cut and then when the cameras aren't rolling. She gives herself to stop smiling. The waters fucking freezing and she hates her outfit. She's filming her video for dream lover. And the way she imagined it in her head there was a little bikini and lots of skin but her outfit for this. Pundit is a very chased a pair of cutoff jeans and a button down shirt and they're now sopping wet and really hard to move in. She's hoping her next. Scene gives her something sexier but when mariah dries off and heads for wardrobe. Guess what's waiting for her another pair of denim shorts and a different button-down shirt. Is this shoot sponsored by j. crew. Wait it gets even worse than next. Scene has a crew of shirtless men dancing in a field. But mariah's placed about ten feet out in front of them the only male that's allowed to get anywhere near her is her dog. Jack who has a cameo. I mean ten times out of ten. I do prefer dogs. Two shirtless man. Oh same but the song is called dream lover. It should be sexy flirty instead. She's only making eye contact with her dog. Because the guy calling the shots deciding who she dances with. What she's wearing is the head of her record label and her manager and her boyfriend tommy mottola and he decides everything he insists that all her videos be shot within twenty minutes of his house he decides how much skin she shows and how she wears her hair for the record. Tommy thinks straightened hair makes mariah. Look to urban. And we all know what he means by urban. Yeah he likes her hair curly because he thinks it makes her look italian. Keep it up tommy. And she's gonna look single seriously. But tommy has his hands annette every aspect of mariah's career and here's the thing it wasn't that long ago that maria was sleeping on a mattress on the floor. Now she's building her dream house with the man who's making her a star. She was the coat check girl at a shitty sports bar. What she met him and now she's a millionaire and when it comes to ambition she and tommy are completely on the same page. They both want her to be the biggest popstar on the scene so she pulls up those denim shorts and dances the hell out of that field. She smiles her eyes sparkle. She fucking sells it but deep down. She has to wonder if her really dream lover is out there somewhere. Waiting grow. collaborative is an online marketplace. That delivers healthy home. Beauty and personal care products directly to you which is really important to me especially with like cleaning products before like my husband just goes wild with bleached with grove life. I got a lot of really nice cleaning products. I got mrs myers body wash that i really love and a lavender scent and it's just also clean and it smells so natural and fresh and just a really big fan. Yeah i love them. And i feel choosing products. That are better for you and the planet has never been easier because for a limited time when our listeners go to grove dot com slash. Even the rich you'll get to choose a free starter set with your first order. Go to grove dot com slash. Even the rich to get your exclusive offer. That's grove dot com slash. Even the rich we get support from thumb tack. How will you ever stop your to do list from growing. You could become a magician or you can do what i did and download thumb tack. It's the app the fines local pros for all your home projects. Hire a plumber to fix your leaky faucet or a handyman. To hang your curtains you can even higher approach organiz your messy closet. Yep there are people in your city who specialize in that. I actually just download the thumb tack app. And i could feel my apartment. Breathe a sigh of relief. Hellofresh paint an ac unit. That actually works on the thumb tack app. You can compare prices reviews and chat with pros directly when you found the right person. You can book them with just a tap. All of those annoying projects will just disappear. Maybe it is a little magic. Download them tack and start your next project today..

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"carey" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"carey" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Glitter does not sparkle the world moves on mariah carey. Her career takes a few years to recover but everyone including mariah tried to forget about glitter flash forward though seventeen years and then everything changes for that album with the justice for glitter campaign. What was that. The justice glitter campaign in late. Two thousand eighteen a group of mariah carey fans which it should be noted call themselves the lamela because mariah carey refers to her fans as lambs and her leading the flock are glittering shepherd. So they come together on twitter and decided that glitter has been maligned for far too long and so they mobilized to get glitter to number one on the album charts and the way that they do. This is someone put together. Someone who is a massive mariah carey fan puts together this very elaborate listening schedule of all the mariah carey albums so that people can get you know really in the groove before they start listening to glitter all the time and through that it started picking up steam mariah carey tweets about it. And then it goes to number one glitter soundtrack. Back in the top ten tagged justice widow. Lamle thing that's really interesting about. This is that it wasn't the anniversary of this album. It was just. It just happened very organically over twitter because her fan base decided that it was time for people to be able to hear something that she really tried to bury for a long time and that in the cultural consciousness wasn't as well known as anything else that she had done. And the reason. I find the story of glitter so interesting because it shows how much mariah has remained important even as the music industry has changed. And she's still been able to come out on top in many ways in spite of all the changes and how much the internet change what it means to make a hit you know. When mariah carey was walking into her glitter phase. There was a very sure fire way to guarantee a number one album and a number one song..

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"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

"At wondering dot com slash survey. This is episode one of our four part series the emancipation of mariah carey. We use many sources when researching are stories but we especially recommend the meaning of mariah carey mariah carey with michaela. Angela davis. I'm arita skidmore williams and brooks different. Dennis hensley wrote this episode. Kate young is our associate producer. Our senior producers. Are natalie shisha and ben gray. Our audio engineer. Sergio and rica's sound design by james. Morgan are executive producers. Are stephanie jen's jenny. Lower backman.

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"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"carey" Discussed on Even the Rich

"Brooke arusha. Where were you when glitter. Hit number one in two thousand eighteen Is that a day. Most people instantly remember it is if you're a real mariah carey fan because glitter. Finally getting its props after seventeen years was vindication especially when her conic christmas classic. All i want for christmas finally hit number one the same year twenty six years after it came out crazy. Both achievements were a long time in the making mariah worked hard to build her career while under the thumb of an abusive acts but she fought for her own emancipation and came out the other side. Better than ever in this four part series. We'll tell you all about how a terrified young girl used her gift for music to crawl her way out of abuse and emerged triumphant from the ashes of the life. She left behind. This is episode one one sweet day. It's the fall of nineteen seventy three and four year. old mariah carey is absolutely crushing preschool. Her little blonde head is down close to the desk. She traces lines with her jumbo cran. The assignment was to draw her family. But mariah's going for extra credit. She's creating a masterpiece her eyes narrow and she scrunches up her little face as she focuses she wants to get all the details right like her sisters ringlets and her brothers muscles just then. Her teacher asked the class to hold up their finished pictures. It's the moment of truth and even at four years old. Maria loves the spotlight so she marches up to the front of the class and reveals her work. The kids jaws drop. The teacher wins his. It's tumbleweeds crickets. All the way mariah looks at her drawing confused. What did i do wrong. She thinks the answer is nothing. It's perfect but for some reason. The teacher's trying not to laugh. She's avoiding eye contact with the student teacher on the other side of the room. So they don't crack each other up and the kids are starting to get a little giggly. To griots is start to burn clearly. She's made a mistake but she has no idea what it is. Finally the teacher comes in close and points to drying specifically to mariah's dad maria. You used the wrong cran on your father. In this case the wrong cran is dark. Brown one the one. That's the color of mariah's dad skin because even though mariah is blonde and light skin like her white mom her dad is definitely black and in the early nineteen seventy s. Well that's still uncommon enough to make a bunch of preschoolers and their teachers start giggling. Okay was it common for teachers to make fun of children. I mean yeah. There weren't as many rules back then and mariah ends up feeling humiliated so when mariah looks in the busted bathroom mirror and wipes away her tears. She has no idea what she is or where she fits in. And it's not any better when she gets home if anything things at home are even worse. It's another quiet dinner at the carey house in brooklyn new york four year old. Maria sits poking her food between her white mom pat and her black dad. Roy it's the seventies so this arrangement is highly unusual. Not that mariah could explain that. She's still too young to know. Her family is different. All she knows that quiet in this family means another explosion is coming. Her dad is ex military. Although he didn't quite get the memo on the expert he blows up at anything. He sees a departure from soldier. Level discipline mariah's mom is a bit of diva literally. She's a juilliard trained opera singer. Who apparently majored in drama. And mariah's older brother and sister sitting across the wobbly table from her. Hell raisers both of them. So as mariah watches her dad's stu and scowl at his canned peas coming and she wants to head it off so she does the only thing she can think of. She starts singing. I assume it's a flawless rendition of the wheels on the bus that spans several octaves on. It's actually five octaves. Wow okay but whatever she saying. I'm sure she killed it because it's mariah so she singing at the table and her dad just looks at her and growls that children should be seen and not heard and her older brother and sister. Just look at each other lake. Ooh somebody's going to get a weapon but if mariah scared she doesn't show it she's getting into this song she gets up. She walks into the living room which is basically just a corner of the kitchen and climbs up on ottoman and then she starts belting roy starts to get up like he's gonna go fetch that woman stick but pat grabs his arm and glares at him like he's reminding him of deal they made her is say it. All this one's mind you will not beat this one my god. What about the other two kids. Unfortunately it's open season on them. And that's why they're shooting daggers. At mariah as she rocks her imaginary. Mike on the ottoman. they're furious. They feel like because they look different than mariah and don't have her blonde hair. Pat doesn't love them as much. Meanwhile dad is furious at pat to impacts furious at dad and the whole house is just teaming with anger and frustration and resentment except for maria. She's still on that ottoman singing her heart out. She someplace else entirely when she sings. She's dreaming of someplace way better than this. It's hardly a shock. That patent roy carries marriage ends in divorce. But even that doesn't stop the violence. Now mariah's big brother. Morgan is a teenager and he and pat get into knock down drag out fights over everything. He slams pat against a wall so hard she goes unconscious and when the cops come they find mariah curled up in a ball still singing to herself. One cop turns to the other and says if this kid makes it it'll be a miracle so instead of helping her they just provide commentary. Yup but maria just keep singing. She's positive.

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Texas Passes Law Stating No Permit Necessary to Open Carry a Gun

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Texas Passes Law Stating No Permit Necessary to Open Carry a Gun

"Attorney general talk about the new second amendment bill. That was just passed. That has everyone freaking out of what's happening in texas. Well it's a long time coming. I've been in favor of this forever. You don't have to have a permit to for free speech. You don't have a permit to go exercise your faith. I don't think you should have to have a permit to carry under the second amendment so in texas we now have that we have constitutional carey which allows people to carry concealed or out in the open without going through the government to get permission. Well that's terrific and so are there any. Are there any possible legal challenges to this. I'm sure some groups are going to try. Robert francis o'rourke who calls himself beta was making all sorts of videos about this and saying it's the worst thing ever. But i don't think that's gonna hold up in court. No i mean i have. No doubt will get sued. We'll end up defending that law and will you know that's one of those cases that could could all the way the supreme court who knows either way i think we're on si- obviously solid legal footing with the constitution. It's kind of the basic of our of our of our country. So i feel i'm encouraged. It took a long time to get this through era. I was enlisted for twelve years. We were never able to get it through and finally this session happens. I'm really grateful. So let's talk more. Broadly now just about texas is texas at risk of going. Blue harris county seems to be a blue county now vallis counties whatever it is. What are you seeing on the ground. And how can people help. Were absolutely a risk of going blew. It would have happened this time. Had we not fought these lawsuits. I it's all about whether we can protect the integrity of our elections and that is a constant battle. And that's why this election bill was was passed. And we've got to be vigilant. I think there's another bill. They're considering on on on looking at. Its potential type. Audits like you guys are doing here. I think we've got to do that to make sure that our elections are fair and that people can trust them because once you lose if we lose control in texas. I'm not sure that we'd ever get it back because if they open up mail in ballot let elections. We're gonna end up a lot more fraud and we may never be able to take it back and so it's pretty important that we secure elections now. Because you know you go to california. There's a lot of valen ballots. And i don't know if we'll ever know if there's a fair election california oregon or washington right.

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Music Producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Reveal Their Secret to Success

Direct from Hollywood

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Music Producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Reveal Their Secret to Success

"Super duo. Jimmy jimmy terry. Lewis are without question. Two of the most successful influential producers in the history of pop music having been behind countless iconic hits for mariah carey. Janet jackson boys to men and many others and while they're incredible. Musical talent is obviously one of the primary reasons for their success. Jimmy says it's some of the other less obvious skills that marks the difference between a good producer integrate producer he tells billboard it's communicating to figure out how an artist to work day or night. They like entourage around them or to be by themselves. Can they sing for long stretches or a short time need to recognize what makes them comfortable. The most intimate relationship you can have is with an artist. They're telling you their secrets trusting you to help interpret their song. Jimmy jemma terry lewis's debut up jam and lewis volume one out now.

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USA's Allman Wins Gold in Discus Throw

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

USA's Allman Wins Gold in Discus Throw

"J. Carey took control of the women's floor exercise Monday in Tokyo final score of fourteen point three six six the top the podium to take gold earlier Monday USA gymnastics announced that Simone Biles will take part in the finals of the balance beam Tuesday fell real men won gold for the U. S. in the women's discus a top throw of sixty eight point nine eight meters I feel really thankful that to have a really solid first there but it just became of of St it became a game of staying mentally tough and and just going with the flow American women also made it to the podium I believe great silver in women's seventy six kilogram wrestling crystal Palmer bronze in women's three meter springboard diving Sarah Robles a bronze in the women's eighty seven kilogram weightlifting class the four time gold medal U. S. women's soccer team will play for bronze after Canada knocked them off the semi final by a score of one to nothing I'm Jonathan

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Jade Carey Secures Gold in Floor Exercise at Tokyo Olympics

KTLA Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Jade Carey Secures Gold in Floor Exercise at Tokyo Olympics

"Spoiler us. Jim. Miss Jade. Kerry has taken the gold in the Olympic floor exercise final that when helping us stay in the lead Team USA has the most medals overall with 61 21 gold. China has 59 total medals, 28 gold and their season third with 50

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Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

The Big Story

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr mitsukoshi hori is a professor of schumann university in japan. He's currently working at its overseas campus chaucer college and canterbury in the uk. He has a phd in sociology and has studied the history of mask wearing in japan. Hello professor horry. Hello hi before. We talk about eastern versus western views on the practice of mask-wearing. Maybe you could just go way back and explain. When did public mask wearing for health reasons originate. Yes three shows. It's only tonight's in the west. The practice of muscle building was by the carey out in the especially medical institutions across the west also in japan. I think the musk willing was popularized during the spanish flu onto make then i think public. Musk willing encouraged in the west Both in europe on the north america in the case was a ban it was introduced to the japanese authorities during the time at the practice commodity carried out in the in the west. Then his authority impetus Japan so that was kind of the footage of mosque wearing and after that pandemic past. Where did the practice remain in. Where did it vanish. It remained in japan. But somehow it's disappeared in north america and europe and i stood on though why disappears. So that's the kind of you know the big mystery. Probably we need further research on will and that's

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Yellen Outlines to Congress Emergency Measures on Debt Limit

RMWorld Travel Connection with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Yellen Outlines to Congress Emergency Measures on Debt Limit

"Keep the government from an unprecedented default on the national debt, which currently stands at $28.4 trillion Yellen, warning a default could cause irreparable harm to the economy and the livelihoods of all Americans. Yellen says her actions will buy time until Congress can pass legislation to either raise the debt limit or suspended again for a period of time. The debt limits been suspended for the past two years, but goes back into effect. July 31st. Number of new Covid 19 cases across the U. S has tripled in the past month.

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Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon

"Carey price remains property the Canadians after the crack and passed on the net minder in the NHL expansion draft instead Seattle selected Panthers netminder Chris trigger and gave him a three year ten and a half million dollar contract Seattle took on to become attracts selecting flames defenseman mark Giordano and islanders forward Jordan Everly other notable players chosen early by the crack include lightning center Yanni Gordon maple Leafs forward Jared McCann Bruins defenseman Jeremy Lauzon was the first player taken by Seattle I'm the ferry

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Picking Carey Price would be bold, risky (and chaotic) move for Kraken

Schopp and Bulldog

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Picking Carey Price would be bold, risky (and chaotic) move for Kraken

"Frank Sarah Veli reports today that Seattle is investigating Carey Price's injuries and ownership has given GM Ron Francis the green light to select price if he wants to. Year. LeBron reported last night. Price will see a doctor in New York this week regarding any issue that could require surgery.

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True History of the Kelly Gang

Mere Mortals Book Reviews

01:42 min | 1 year ago

True History of the Kelly Gang

"More lights to another out of the book reviews. My name is carmen. And i do these reviews for those who want to transcend beyond that are in me mortality to learn some knowledge to get the good stuff that there is out of the world of literature and today. I have a very intriguing one for you. It is the true history of the kelly gang by peter carey. This book was published in two thousand and it is a fictional retelling of the very alter a famous australian bushman's life from the beginning until the end. The focus is indeed of ned kelly his adventures exploits his run ins with the law in the australian bush the outback and those of the core members of his gang. But peter carey. Add some additional flavor. Some spices i guess to his story. It's a first person narrative using the medium of postles. So it is told from the point of view of ned kelly as a young man growing older and into the days just before his death. But it's done address to his daughter. Who is now overseas. And so these are fictional retailing's and each of these parcels essentially a chapter of the book. And it'll start off with a small description of this fictional parcel and then a slight summary of the chapter before then going into the actual chapter now if you've never heard of him before ned. Kelly is quite famous in australian culture in general so it does tell of his life. Being in the outback in victoria is relatively impoverished childhood. Early violence mishap saudi had with the police and just with other members of his own family apprenticeship as an outlaw as a bushman onto harry pow continual police corruption and other unfortunate events that happened in his life leading to is rebellion against authority his inauguration of a small gang the kelly gang including his brother and some trusted friends before the ultimate siege capture and death. I'm

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Lightning Strikes Twice: Tampa Bay Repeats as Cup Champion

AP News Radio

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Lightning Strikes Twice: Tampa Bay Repeats as Cup Champion

"For the second straight year the Tampa Bay Lightning are hoisting the Stanley Cup Ricky Ross golden scored the only goal of the game of the second period to give the lighting a one nothing win over Montreal at Amalie arena gold in the university of Vermont products took the gold most people past and stretch Carey price of the Canadian school sending the near capacity crowd into a frenzy lighting up under our proposal as he was named the Conn Smythe trophy winner as the playoffs Most Valuable Player I'm John that the pre

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"carey" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"carey" Discussed on Office Ladies

"That's the point of the show was and a lot of television shows. They are presenting a heightened version of reality An idealized version of how a mom actually dresses right. Actionable input together at drop off as opposed to how i look drop off right and you know. I think like our show was begging for the kind of work that you did on it. And it's what it needed. are it. Well we we just love every single ounce of this information like it's just so wonderful but carried. You have any memories that you would wanna share about your time on the office something. Maybe we haven't covered here. Oh my gosh For me it was like kind of this undoing of everything. I knew in the sense that And actually really this. I have a great story that started really from the pilot. Because as you do you do when you're trying to get a show off the ground you do a lot of fittings we have a lot of fitting pictures and you're kind of looking at what works and then you're sort of you know. Each scene is like a painting really and they get all the all the players have to work together in and for me is kind of just visually putting the pictures together and making it all work color wise. If there's a pattern raising so on the pilot we were all bustling around. You know it was trying to get first shot and there was all this helminen. Han about stuff and some costumes got changed Kind of at the last minute ruling that those will be better so when everybody appeared on set and we were doing. The last looks which the special thing about the office was. This is a big part of my undoing. Was there was no. You can't stand there and watch and fix. We weren't allowed on the set hair makeup. Were not allowed. The set was close. We would see you put there and hope for the best and that was huge. Because we're usually scanning when you see things on tv usually standing right there like getting fixing it so everybody had got come to the set and ken compass. Our director was there. And i'm saying accent. I'm just observing. And i go. Oh my god. There are three people. Three guys are wearing white shirts. Like i never in my career with that you always kind of mix mix up the colors on like only god. We hold on. i got i got. I need to fix something. There's three wearing white shirts is crazy. I never do that and can literally stopped me. He goes because this bothers you. It's correct and i was like but right it's pergamon doesn't proving right and that was like there was so huge that carried me through the whole thing because i would from there on out. I would set the racks. You know there was three days in scripts. I would said these huge racks. Everybody's costumes would sort of have like as you do as a trained designer would kind of be like well this one of the blue show the blue day and this is kind of green day. Just the things would work together. And everybody would look harmonious. And i would set those three racks and then i would literally just take like angeles costumes and just go. Just just flip them. Just mix it and even though it was still to this day makes me feel a little sweaty. You do your design and it would be perfect and it would have the color harmony purposely. Just mess it up. Yes and usually like a now. We have the office and here we are. I think what our listeners one of the things we would want to share with you guys on normal shows between scenes. Everyone comes flooding in to the actor hair and makeup. You have like five set of hands on you. Maybe there's someone adjusting your mic. Maybe wardrobe is fixing the bow on your shirt and then here and makeup is getting rid of weird little fly away here and powder your nose and this all happens instantly. It's like it's like the pit car at a race site. Bring the car in and like all these people around it up and then they hop out and then you're back on camera. That never happened on the office. Never and so. I remember one time. We were like for lunch. And i was leaving and i guess a few of my buttons. I had one of those shirts. Oh my god that had thirty. And i guess a few at the neck had come open and you're like how long were those open. I was like. I don't know if you're like no gay. I guess that's what that's gonna look like. I wish i knew your process all those years ago. I think i wouldn't have bugged you for a cuter blouse. But it's just so wonderful to hear how you shape the show. You are so smart. You're so good at your job and the world of the office has a lot to thank you for your one of the visionaries of the show and it's pretty damn cool. Yeah well i think so. I mean i you know. It's so funny. Because i was so young and i was just my process and thank you for for honoring it recognizing it all these all these years later. I just kinda did my did my job. We all did you all so into it. And now we're all old and jaded but we talked about that. Carrie i actually talked about it with phil as well. Because you know phil shea approached props the way you approached wardrobe just detail detail. Authenticity authenticity and we were saying. You know back then. We could all just like you know. Eat and breathe. Our work are more complicated now and they're filled out in other ways you know it's hard to keep up the pace like that so there was also like a perfect storm where we were all brought together at exactly the right time in a way lives. Right aberdeen starting out. Yeah ya know super cool. Thank you so much carry. So is there anything else. We can share with people before you go. Where can we find you. Are you okay with people finding users. Can we tell them anything. You're working on sure. Yeah you can find me. My instagram is at kerri bennett costumes. And i tried to put some pictures up there and keep up to date on what i'm doing. I'm just about to start Head of the class the reboot of head of the class. So we'll see how that goes. What network has head of the class has classes going to be on. Hbo max okay so there you go. That's where you can find carey. You guys go follow and supporter. We adore her and carey. Thank you so much. Thanks kerry thank you ladies. It's so nice to be with you again. Spin your presence. It has been back all the good memories and so such good days back then jenin. I say we wanna have a big office ladies lunch and like all in all ladies not that. We don't want the fellas there. But maybe i don't want him there. I know i was trying to be. I'm not gonna. I'm gonna say my truth ladies. Only i'm gonna say ladies were the ladies were really special for sure. The.

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"carey" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"carey" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"And thank you for sharing that beautiful track with US Karen. I'm your son created from this letter that he's no friend had left to her by her father images just point and it's those words from crossing over to the unknown is just not hole. We're talking about early at balance between young consciousness. Conscious this life the more expensive life that we have spirit and how I mean. Yeah this is why you work isn't it? This is your own yes absolutely. You know the world's between the world's between the veils between going from one to another and it's the journey in between that really fascinates me. Is this what middle us? Wisdom is all about you. It is about that. Yes it's about that. And it's also about reclaiming creativity and it's also bad tracking back in time to our own indigenous roots. Who were we you know who who who were we? Once I mean we a lot about indigenous cultures and I think sometimes we forget that we have that culture two that we have our own indigenous And we have forgotten it to know we forgot it because it was totally wiped out in our culture. It was you know we. We were right to pillaged like any other culture And you know what happened? What happened to us? There's nothing written down. The books were destroyed. We have no idea about our heritage but when we work with shamanic practice or Dansko. Creativity starts to come through. We start to get a sense of it because it is in our bones it's in our DNA. So I often find that I'll be moving with something or working creatively with something and I just get this sense. This is old. This is old stuff and I want to remember it. I want to on my own. Lineage of peoples particularly the FEMININE GENDER. Women of my bloodline and I can go back. I can go back and recognize something as my family's truth. All my my lineages trace you feel. I had that when you connect with something that's innately is a knowing. This is not like Aninat recognition. When I got this when I first started to practice she going. It was like such a natural way of moving and breathing and being I recognize this part of me. I didn't even realize I was missing and sound came back and I was just wondering if I could just read a little bit from your book because he would just making just because I've got on akin to aversion here and I was thinking if it comes up bring up But that she wouldn't you adjust speaking about exactly. This was what happen to our indigenous culture when Christianity arrived much of their own ways white out forced to become silent into go underground and into hiding unstopped became walking. Sticks propped up at the doorway an rattles hidden and babies cradles on all stories and poetry silenced. Our language once called breath stomach it was changed to suit the new ways of Christianity. And the new order is Romans invaded. This lineage was called now. We know that our ancestors lived in buildings that were close to nature because they did not want to live separately from nature. They did not want to block the spirit of the land from their homes. They needed to literally live amongst the spirits and this was their spirituality so this is an excerpt from an accounting. Carey's new book middle left wisdom around what happened to our culture. It got taken from us and we had to hide whatever knowledge we had but somewhere in the stories and somewhat in psyche. It still there. And that's what you're saying. We can regain in June in with particularly when we let ourselves being nature when in that field. That cool tonight you which is really what is happening right now. I do believe that. Yes I think we can and and I also believe that there is a sickness where there is so much loss of this. You know when when we look at the disease of our culture milk the addictions when we look at the mental health. And so much that I think. I believe is tied up in the loss of our innate spirit our innate soul and when I talk about soul I talk about Sola travel. What I'm talking about is that it is. It's the something missing this something missing that we can't quite grasp and and if we can be claimed that that lights That that true nature that we really are. Then you know that then there is healing. That happens And I think it is something about US recognizing that rather than popping the pills rather than thinking. Oh there is some big problem with me. Actually it's just looking at what is missing. What pathway am? I not walking along. That would make me well. Because we're all different and the more we try and fit into what we deem you know. Our community's society wants us to be the more we can get lost because we can't be that as individuals. We can't be be that we can't all be that one way it's all we have our individuality our difference and when I created the wheel of souls return it was a journey. Absolute journey to uncover. Some of our own stories are innate stories that have become hidden as we talked about early on rich. Just from reading your book. And I'm only up to page eighty eight at the moment. Because it's taking me on a journey for my soul retrieval. Which bits of Iot left behind said earlier When we were talking before hand I had to home for five years. I went into survival mode. And you know the reasons for that consciously chase it on and it realized that I was going to be losing myself a long way because there was no time although it wasn't safe for so I really feel for people who are displaced who are struggling some way that they haven't got the luxury of being able to dive into this some conscious but they have possibility of them tuning into stories and I think it's stories and the true story is not the ones that come from. Tv screens or Hollywood's version. It's about this peaking your imagination that isn't not fantasy land is a imagination that can help to get us out of here so Because I know you just mentioned this I just printed out which is great the whale that you were talking about the you're listening here you can find out more on. Caroline's website which is middle Earth medicine DOT com. Can I access this medicine Welna? Yes yes it's it's on that they can find it absolutely. Yeah this is so fascinating like going around. The different issues starts at bar about how anyway you do. You want to tell us about it kind of starts at birth. But you know the way that I see this and this is where we come back to working with the middle in middle earth it. It's like if I have a life story which obviously begins at my conception and my birth but I also have creative projects and I have to birth my creative projects and what I've noticed. Is that that that that line? The I've followed through my life my story and this is why I get people to write their stories. I realize now I didn't know at the time but this is why I wrote my story.

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"carey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"carey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There we go thirty three minutes after the top there at home with Carey solvent working our way through another week and have been have you you've heard a product called eros seal and that is the sealant that is pumped through the duck works to seal duck work so you don't have loss of condition there and that particular company has another product called Erro barrier in all week we've been talking about you know ceiling up our homes making a more weather tight foaming insulation but we've also spent two hours yesterday talking about ventilation and air exchanging to make our homes healthy and energy efficient what a helpless on the ceiling up part Tracy Martin she is with Robert urinate Erro seal been on the show before and Tracy welcome not home with Kerry softened once again good morning I need to be here thanks Gerry yes so just back from the international builders show when I saw Erro Berrier won the award we sure did we sure there'd be the awards are piling up for at the end there was a green award correct yes that's correct right so making homes a little tighter so tell us what error bear your is and whether that's for older homes newer homes construction homes of what is error error Robert your so as you mentioned at the top of the show here I'm very similar to our eros he'll technology and the technology works similarly designed for feeling not I nearly new construction homes but it works off of a pressure differential similar to the way eros yelled as find all those weeks capsules cracks in the home and with Ariel Berrier side of it it's looking for the week ended the envelope toward the heart of the skin of the home so to speak so if I'm building a home right now and I've got all my two by fours up and I got that she thing on the you know maybe the doors in place that I've got the whole envelope I haven't finished the inside yet what what is that process do you create different pressure differentials between the outside of the home in the inside of the home yeah so not to get too fancy but we use a modified blower door system okay what it does is it puts the inside of the structure or the home under pressure and the pressure so they're always wants to move from high pressure to low pressure if there are and there are and meet person sure in a move outside right so our technology finds this pressure differences where the air is trying to think outside of the home and then that's where our sealants and then finds that pressure different fills in the gaps weak holding cracked okay so you pump this sealant on the inside of the home is it is it like an aerosol that's just sprayed in the error kind of describe that for my listeners sure sure so if we have a novel fix them and there are sixteen now will head that that looks like microphone stand that's what it reminds me of okay the novel systems on the stand you present throughout the home and yes the structure is closed off once you beat it engages the pump the cylinder turned into an aerosol line next and it's not holding anything it simply looking for that pressure drop when there there's air skating I want to find it the particle began to collide upon each other in the form deal wow so how old how sealed up is that house that is it a hundred percent in what way do you mean well I mean we all got a day no cracks and crevices in the house whether it's you know especially in new construction I mean I I I guess those all those openings are sealed then right so it's a hundred percent still up home sure well the way our technology works is it's it's very precise so if you have that an error change per our target you can see a let down to whatever that target is any for example if it that at the state and the code that says you can't have any more Dan three eighty eight Cher changes per hour right then were able to get down to exactly that precise level of accuracy plan in talking with the air quality people yesterday this sounds like this whole industry of ceiling and Eric's changing is just getting ready to explode well it sure is yeah we're we're down a second a joke at the beginning or the awards are stacking up that and there's a lot of attention in the industry especially in a construction site at and healthier hater when I was talking to omit the boots at the be a show it it sounded to me like even an existing homes there's gonna be some use for that it doesn't stick on vertical surfaces in you cover up flooring and counter tops and you know horizontal services get covered in you could literally cannot pump this into a into a house is going through a renovation that's right that's right at you you can't it gets more ideal of course for new construction yeah a lot easier yeah that that's exactly correct what you just described well congratulations it and it does sound like we're going to see more and more that I was it you know the show itself and I was talking to the people it bro new tone and they're even showing the ceiling fans that used to have you know the box of the cage it goes into the wall and into the attic and they showed me an old one and it had all the holes and ventilation for the balls that we don't necessarily need now and these things are even sealed up and I'm like wow this is this is this is getting serious yeah we we can find any late dapple crack well I still get an awful lot of calls about the era seal again and kind of walk me through that in my listeners through that again that is for duck work correct that's correct yeah and this is a technology that you can use on new construction or existing homes fell versatile in that respect because it is applied inside of the duct work and it can be applied inside sheet metal and back to work black metal flex dot reporter pretty much any kind of that material about there is a number that technologies been probably what twenty years now I guess right that just over twenty yet we were founded in ninety seven all right so folks if you got me and let's just say metal dock work in nowadays I I think it's safe to say the middle duck works just kind of pushed together I'm not so sure anybody's drilled in the **** together anymore maybe somebody is hope so but you you you have gaps in their behind walls in you can't get to a home and there's leakage I I tell the story in a four ton unit at my house I had a ton of their size twenty five percent of the condition there that I was paying was leaking out the ductwork and that's a lot hello it sure is in fact and in a in a kind of like where were you when I lived here in the Midwest yes and one hundred CFM of leakage and can result in a ten gallon and extra water in your system per day that's a lot what do you mean by extra waters of condensation yes essentially so you've you've got at least get John say the return side of your doctor it's dying in humid air which can confrontation which can result in a build up of excess water in your system and it's just too much for the air conditioning and to keep up with only a near a seal when they do the metal piping do the do the returns also absolutely an inactive week in it well I was gonna say some of the returns are just sheet metals over a pair of two by fours and just use that wall cavity we've seen all kinds of things on on the return side of of the duct work and yeah I get a little creative but you're right that that can happen sometimes and we find that the return side of the ducks tend to be where the majority of the weekend yeah and then that's also what can cause the air quality issues it's enough to have we get on the supply side is that it can be a comfort internet you have uneven temperatures that return and where their quality accent and come into play it's very important that we need to see a lot both sides of the network now this is the era sealed is blown into the dock work and then seals were the pipes connect and all that no air quality issues with using that product is no no no the the product itself is safe and non toxic it's been used in hospitals and schools all over the world and now here she is and it's it's it's the same complaint you're gonna find and products like baby taxpayers and chewing gum very common component so who who does this process say it does it it probably takes a day to do that correct it depends it all depends on the style of your home by the home and and how at at no more than a day N. who does that prices who does that project in either case whether they're barrier or and really feel we have a network and certified professionals across the country so on the error he'll sign and it's mostly folks should you like heating and air conditioning meaning that companies like that then it probably safe to say the return I mean you you got to be saving money on energy if your ceiling up and in providing you know all the the he did in condition dared to be utilized in the home there's got to be a savings is it pay for itself in five six years servers are been studies done on it absolutely yeah with a most people you know most people Dr leaking somewhere between twenty five and forty percent well and that's that's pretty common to chat thing you think exactly you think about that that means your system has to run harder work harder to keep up with at the end when you see a lot of holes now the network it's hard to of course there's the utility thing Sir Sir all right it's eros sealed dot com and I'm assuming Erro bear your dot com and on the same night mac dot net okay correct Erro barrier dot net error seal dot com I get that right correct all right well very good Tracy thanks for connected with this I appreciate it I'm gonna be here thanks Gerry you bet take care bye bye editor there you go so it's fascinating to me in aids is when my say about to explode I start talking about error exchanging in residences.

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"carey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"carey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"On a Monday. Oh. Carey. Everybody. Lance. Horrible horrible. You know? Everybody. Do it again tonight. Everybody. That's another room that's on badly. Started so bad. Yeah. I did..

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"carey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"carey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On a Monday. Oh. Carey. Everybody. Boy, that's horrible. Yeah. Everybody. Tonight. Everybody. They started so bad. I did. I.

Carey