35 Burst results for "Carrie"

Katie Hobbs: Liz Cheney Is Welcome to Campaign for Me

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 21 hrs ago

Katie Hobbs: Liz Cheney Is Welcome to Campaign for Me

"Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is a radical leftist in the state of Arizona, she laid something out that would be I think a great opportunity for Kerry Lake to capitalize on. Carrie Lake, I'm watching this race very carefully. The other day we interviewed Carrie Lake, we're going to be in Arizona, of course, with a big battleground talkers tour. Listen to what the Democrat Katie Hobbs said about getting somebody to Arizona to campaign on her behalf. Katie, are we going to see you sharing a stage with Liz Cheney? We welcome support of a broad coalition of folks to make sure that Arizona stays in the hands of a leader who's going to bring sanity instead of chaos. If that if Liz Cheney wants to come to Arizona, I welcome her as well as the broad coalition of seeing Republicans who want same leader in the governor's office who have joined our campaign. Well, that would be great news for Carrie Lake. Carrie Lake, I guarantee you is sitting there praying that Liz Cheney goes to Arizona to campaign for Katie Hobbs.

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A Vote for Cari Lake Is a Vote for Life

The Officer Tatum Show

01:38 min | 1 d ago

A Vote for Cari Lake Is a Vote for Life

"Arizona politics is going to be very important in this upcoming election and I just can not say enough about Carrie Lake. She's done such a tremendous job going out standing up for arizonans. And being a voice of reason. She didn't have to do this. All the crap she's been getting all this time. She could have been with her husband, living a good life, retired. But she's running for governor and I think she's doing an incredible job and Katie Hobbes is the trashiest candidate that I've ever seen. seen in Arizona. Somebody that's second in line to Katie Hobbs in my opinion was a Republican. And then I go see our name because it's irrelevant. But just because you're a Democrat don't make you trash automatically. There are some Republicans that do not run or do not run positive campaigns can not debate afraid to debate all of the above and carry Lake is just literally stomping Katie Hobbs through the ground. I want to play this clip from Kerry Lake explaining how Katie Hobbs is afraid to freaking debate on any point. Roll clip 7. Tell me, abortion is effectively banned in the state right now. Tell me, is that something that you support? I support saving as many lives as possible. And what I really want to know, and I've been waiting. I tune into you guys all the time. I want to know where Katie hops stands. But I never hear you guys ask for that. I'm pro life. My plan would be that every woman who walks into an abortion clinic know that there are options out there that they don't have to choose them. There's families who would love to adopt a baby. And right now, the way it's been going, they go in and they only have one option.

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Kari Lake Stands at the Precipice of Saving Arizona

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 4 d ago

Kari Lake Stands at the Precipice of Saving Arizona

"Is the beachhead Arizona is a chance for us to push back against the globalists every state matters every square inch of this country matters. However, Arizona right now is the place where all the thoughts, the prayers, the work, the ambitions of the working class, the maga base, the America first movement is all coming into Arizona where 39 days away from electing one of the most exciting candidates that I have lived through and that is Carrie Lake and she joins us right now. Carrie, how are you doing? I'm doing great. Good morning, Charlie. How are you? I'm excellent. Thank you. So how's your race going? You're running up against someone who refuses to debate you, runs away from questions. The latest polls show you up despite the fact she's outspending you the media won't cover you accurately, but you're running one of the most successful grassroots campaigns I've ever seen. How do you think it's going? I think it's going great. If you base it on momentum, it's going to be a landslide victory, but we know that there are lots of other things that play here and we have to work for every single vote. We're doing the ask me anything tour because my opponent won't debate. So we decided to take the debate or as I call it the job interview out on the road. And we're going to every corner of this state. And letting the wonderful great people of Arizona ask me questions as if it's a job interview. And you said that my opponent won't answer questions. I think of voter saw her at a Starbucks the other day and went to ask her a question and she said she won't answer. She said, I'm not answering that. I'm not talking to you. I mean, this is how she feels about the people of Arizona. She's not serious about this job. She's hiding in the basement and hoping that all of this dark money will win her this election. It's gross. She's contemptible. The good news is that Arizona is still a red state and that people are coming to your campaign on huge numbers.

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There's Something Up With Liz Cheney, The Party Pooper

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:34 min | 6 d ago

There's Something Up With Liz Cheney, The Party Pooper

"Liz Cheney has become, well, let's call her a real party pooper. And what I mean by this is that she is now pooping, not just over Trump, but over the Republican Party in general. She is pooping over Carrie Lake and Republican nominees all over the country. And she doesn't seem to have a kind of enduring commitment to being a Republican at all. In fact, she said recently that quote, if he is the nominee, namely Trump, I won't be Republican. Now, let's think about why somebody would say that. Let's say that you are a Christian. And you believe that mister X would be the perfect person to be, let's say, head of the Southern Baptist convention or be even the Pope, if you're Catholic, would it make sense to say, well, if they decide to choose Francis as the Pope. I'm no longer going to be a Catholic. Well, that really shows that your Catholicism is not really rooted in a kind of fidelity to Catholic principles, Catholic tradition, Catholic history, because if it were, it you'd be like, well, it's unfortunate that we got this boat. We could certainly do better. But the church has been around for 2000 years. It's got enduring principles. My point is, the very fact that Cheney is talking like this, suggests that something is up.

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Kari Lake: The Best Gift Received by Liz Cheney

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | Last week

Kari Lake: The Best Gift Received by Liz Cheney

"Cheney came out vowed that she would campaign against Kerry Lake, even if she's campaigning for Democrats. And so Carrie Lake was on Fox and gave this response road clip 8. I want to point out what Liz Cheney has said about you when speaking at this Texas tribune conference yesterday. She says, I'm going to do everything I can to make sure Carrie Lake is not elected. Your reaction. That might be the biggest best gift I've ever received. I mean, the people of Wyoming can't stand her. I'm pretty much sure that the people of Arizona don't like Liz Cheney. You know, here's the deal, Maria, the Republican Party, the new Republican Party, is the party of we the people. It is no longer the party of warmongers. And so Liz Cheney probably should change her voter registration. Turns out she really is a Democrat, after all. That's why I love Carrie. They mess with the wrong woman there. They miss with a woman that already know how to talk 'cause she's been on television and she has these one liners that are literally career ending campaign ending. Liz Cheney is a trash bag of a candidate

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Brandon Tatum: I Could Not Be Prouder to Support Kari Lake

The Officer Tatum Show

01:51 min | Last week

Brandon Tatum: I Could Not Be Prouder to Support Kari Lake

"Carrie Lake is a close second. With the amount of places that I've seen her in the state of Arizona, I mean, they got a fundraiser coming up. I think on Thursday, they asked me was I able to go and I have to go right from the radio show right there if I want to be involved. But she's literally in schools and people's houses and fundraisers at events, Steven Crowder came down here and had a tremendous comedy event she was there. ASU football, even though they trash. Sorry, Nick, they're trash. And Arizona is trash too. But she was at an Arizona state football game. I mean, the crowd was going crazy. Students would carry. I mean, all of those things are such an encouraging measure, at least for me being in the state of Arizona that I could not be prouder to vote for and support someone like Carrie Lake. Now, let's give the, what do we call it? The devil's advocate of Carrie Lake, the complete opposite of Carrie Lake, will be Liz Cheney. Now I don't know if it's a Liz Cheney fans out there watching this to listen to this, but Liz Cheney has to be the trash is Republican candidate that I have seen in a while. She is she is on par with Hillary Clinton. Liz Cheney is the Hillary Clinton of the Republican Party. And I'm telling you what, I have never met Liz Cheney. But I will bet my career that she is as dusty and as ridiculous as Hillary Clinton. They're like cut from the same cloth. I would have more respect for Liz Cheney if she wasn't trying to throw Donald Trump under the bus for her own political gain. For her own family legacy. And that's just my opinion. I believe it's her family legacy. The bushes, the Chinese, all of they can't stand that Donald Trump has interrupted their legacy in this country. And he's literally poo pooed on their legacy.

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Kari Lake: If You Want a Better America, Republican Party Is for You

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | Last week

Kari Lake: If You Want a Better America, Republican Party Is for You

"Go to Arizona. This Katie Hobbs is in trouble. I think Carrie lakes go to win. In Pennsylvania. She is so impressive and more and more arizonans, I'm getting tons of emails and text messages and calls from people in Arizona who are really enamored with Carrie Lake. Listen to her appearance at a recent event, this is Carrie Lake, the Republican nominee for governor in the great state of Arizona. I believe now the party we the people. It's the most inclusive Republican Party we've ever seen. If you love America, if you love opportunity, if you want to work hard and live the American Dream, and if you want a better, a better America for your kids and grandkids than you had, then this party is for you. If you want common sense ideas, this party's for you. I think you probably saw him some of those negative ads that I had been a registered Democrat for four years. The Democrat party is not the same anymore. Anybody in this room that a Democrat or knows someone who used to be a Democrat. Okay, that's I'm supposed to be a pretty conservative room. That party has changed. That party is not the same party of JFK. And I think people are recognizing that and they are coming over. And I want them to know you are welcome in the new Republican Party. We are the party of ideas that work. And we want you to come on over, independence, too. We are an inclusive party of all Americans.

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Democrats Get Nervous As Polls Trend Upwards for Republicans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats Get Nervous As Polls Trend Upwards for Republicans

"Democrats are getting increasingly nervous. Remember politics is not just about what happens at one moment in time. It is a trajectory. It is a pattern of events that leads to a culminating or a culmination, a culminating event in early November. Right now there is a trendline that is very disturbing for the Democrat party. It seemed they got very, very hot over the summer and now the new polls that are coming out, which I know a lot of people say Charlie, I don't trust the polls. Well, these are polling. This is polling from liberal firms that are showing some Republicans starting to get separation speed. And we're seeing it on the ground in real time. Emerson has Ron Johnson up four points in the great state of Wisconsin. We were just there for our turning point action event in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In Georgia, which is a flip Herschel Walker up two points on Raphael Warnock. In Texas, Greg Abbott up 11 points on Robert Francis o'rourke. The latest poll out of Arizona shows Carrie Lake up four points on Katie hopps. And the trend continues. And the pattern of polling that we are seeing is Democrats. Are going down dramatically. Now, we are seeing this and we should celebrate this in the moment, but wait a second. This is not the election. This is not the entire ball game. The question is, with the trend improving with the gap tightening, Democrats are now going to become very, very desperate. If, for example, it is true that Herschel Walker wins in Georgia. If it is true, that Ron Johnson will win in Wisconsin. If it is true, that Adam laxalt wins in Nevada. Even with that, even with Blake masters and Oz not making it across the finish line, which I think they will, it's a Republican Senate.

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Jessica Tarlov Pinned to Admit Kari Lake Is a Great Candidate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Jessica Tarlov Pinned to Admit Kari Lake Is a Great Candidate

"They've got this progressive named Jessica tarlov. And they all seem to like her. She's, you know, typical Democrat progressive, and you always have to feel sort of sorry for the, for the progressives for the lefties on Fox News, because here's the 5, you got four conservatives and one person on the left. But she holds her own. I mean, she gets petulant and she fights back with all of them. Listen to how Greg gutfeld points out what an attractive candidate carry Lake is and Jessica tarlov, the Democrat on the panel, is stunned into silence. I can't have an opinion on an election. You can't be a skeptic, or else you're a terrorist. No, yeah. And then the whole thing. I'm sorry. I began with, and I returned to he was talking about a small subset of Republicans, and he's for a week been reminding you that he clarified that, and he continues to clarify it. He works with Republicans, he got gun control done, and infrastructure done with Republicans. He made good on those promises that he can work with Republicans who believe in the same kinds of things that we do, which includes election integrity. To the point about supporting these candidates, I've not been in favor of it. If even one of these people wins their election, it obviously invalidates the entire strategy and it's incredibly scary because one of these elections could be a Carrie Lake. It could be Doug mastering on. She is going to win. I agree. She's great. She's great. She's great. Yeah. I mean, you say that sarcastically, but you have no evidence of why she isn't. I think she's incredibly persuasive. Carrie Lake, we're talking about the same person, right? Exactly. Acting like she is a monster. No, but you acting like she's a monster or something. I

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Encouragement From the Aftermath of 9/11

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Encouragement From the Aftermath of 9/11

"I did an event yesterday. Me and Terrence Williams at a facility in Phoenix Carrie Lake was there. It was a tremendous, tremendous event we were there to support the men and women who were in law enforcement first responders military and to show love and respect for those who were there on 9 11 or who have a connection with people who were there on 9 11. It was such an amazing event packed house. It was a little bit of a comedy slash patriotic skit. It was amazing. Carrie Lake was amazing. Terrence William was amazing. I mean, people literally stomach was hurting. Cramp their stomach was cramped and they were laughing so long. So much so long. I mean, it was our shows with multiple hours. And people were laughing all the way to the very end of the show. And so I know that the forgotten man, my producer, we were talking about 9 11 yesterday and he, you know, he was telling me how hard it was, a difficult, it was on him, you know, having that experience being there, being in those buildings before, everything hit the fan. And it really triggered me to realize, I don't like these word trigger. It encouraged me to realize that there are some people that had such a tremendous effect on 9 11. I remember when I first saw 9 11. And it is ignorant I was and how I was in a bubble. I had no idea what the world trace in his work. I had no idea. I had never been out of Fort Worth Texas. And so I saw it on television, I was in middle school. I think I was in like the 8th grade. And I remember the World Trade Center was a hit at first I thought it was a movie. Then, you know, I started to realize it was actually the news report, and I thought that it was in another country. I was like, oh, man, that's crazy.

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Charlie Welcomes Trump-Endorsed Nominee for Arizona Governor Kari Lake

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Welcomes Trump-Endorsed Nominee for Arizona Governor Kari Lake

"Governor's race is arguably the most important governor's race happening this election cycle. We have a phenomenal candidate. She's doing a great job in a very, very tight race up against a total phony. It's probably the best news Carrie Lake has. Is she running? She's running up against the clown. Blake masters running up against someone that's a fake, but much, much better candidate. Katie Hobbs is a disaster. So terrible, in fact, she won't even debate. Joining us right now is Carrie Lake, the Republican nominee for governor in the great state of Arizona Kerry, welcome back to the program. It's so good to be here. She won't debate and you know, we're actually doing a forum today and a forum would indicate that you sit on stage and maybe you don't debate, but you're at least on stage together. And she won't even appear on stage with me. And she's calling and making sure that they whisk her out before they whisk me in and this is just embarrassing that the Democrats. I mean, you should do it obviously, you know, very carefully. Just try to confront her. You know, just try to go find her and be like, Katie, we're running for governor in the same state. Can we have a conversation I would go totally viral. I mean, obviously nice about and follow protocol, but I would just go find Katie Hobbs. I think you should go to one of her campaign events. I'm not kidding. And just go ask a question and just be like, why can't we talk? She is a disaster. Talk about how radical she is. Why is she so afraid of debate? I don't think talking is her strong suit. I don't think she's good at words.

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 Lainey Wilson leads CMA Awards nominations in her 1st year

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Lainey Wilson leads CMA Awards nominations in her 1st year

"Laney Wilson leads the nominations for the country music association awards with 6 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Laney Wilson 6th nominations include best new artist and album of the year for saying what I'm thinking Is all forgiven with mork and wallen He's up for entertainer of the year along with Luke combs Miranda Lambert Chris Stapleton and Carrie Underwood wallen was disqualified for individual awards last year after he was caught on video using a racial slur Luke Bryan who is nominated for song of the year for buying dirt with Jordan Davis will host the awards Brian's co host is Peyton Manning the awards will air November 9th on ABC

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Republicans Shouldn't Be Fixated on Lake

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:14 min | Last month

Republicans Shouldn't Be Fixated on Lake

"So I have this question and I'm very curious to hear your response to this. So Carrie Lake is running for governor of Arizona. I'm in Arizona. And I see a big poster on camelback road, a major road here in Phoenix. And it's Carrie Lake, for governor and half the picture is Donald Trump and half the pictures carry Lake. My take and I'm not certain that I write, but my take is that since the Trump supporters are already going to vote for her, presumably. You need to win by reaching out to people who are independents or Republicans who are ambivalent about Donald Trump for the record I thought he was the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln. But I am not fixated on him. I am fixated on the left. Which is the greatest mistake Republicans everywhere are making. They are running against their opponent. They are not running against the Democratic Party.

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In Arizona It's Lake and Trump In

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:37 sec | Last month

In Arizona It's Lake and Trump In

"So the sign was vote for Carrie Lake and there are two pictures on the sign of equal of equal length. There was a sign half the sign is a picture of her and half the sign is a picture of Donald Trump. So call and I am curious especially if you're in Arizona, but I am curious, is that effective in a primary I could see it as effective, is it effective in a general election? Vote for me, you get Donald Trump.

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The Rise of the Fourth Reich With Steve Deace and Daniel Horowitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

The Rise of the Fourth Reich With Steve Deace and Daniel Horowitz

"Is a bold new book out that is taking the Internet by storm, the rise of the fourth Reich. Are you even allowed to say that? By two incredible people, Steve dace and Daniel Horowitz will both of them join us right now. It is the new book rise of the fourth Reich confronting COVID fascism with a new Nuremberg trial, so this never happens again. Stephen Daniel, welcome back to the program. Oh, he's going to be with you, Charlie. Thanks. Steve, I'll start with you because we had Daniel on recently. I mean, come on, comparing this to the Third Reich fourth grade, isn't that a little bit too intense, the skeptics would say, the people in the middle they say, why does everything have to be compared to the 1930s? Steve, your response. Because we keep repeating history and it doesn't just repeat Charlie, it also rhymes. And hey, I was once a strict enforcer of Godwin's law, okay? Which is essentially a philosophical law that if two people debate and argue over a point long enough, one of them will eventually descend to calling the other or not. That's exactly right. And I was a strict enforcer of this for most of my career, it's very hard, though, to ignore the parallels. When you talk about what has been ushered in via a biomedical fascist state, literally every issue that we have right now in this culture that is of a systemic origin. I was just listing you talk to Carrie Lake and Blake masters in Arizona, talking about what's going on in the border. Why we have a 100% more greater surge over the border than we had a year ago and far greater than we had under the previous president. Well, what provided the mechanism for them to create Dropbox? I'm sorry, ballot harvesting. I'm sorry. The most secure election of our lifetimes. What mechanism came in for them to finally do what they, we stopped them from doing this for decades, and we actually had the momentum going our way with voter ID laws and over 30 states. Provided them the opportunity here to commit the crime that we saw on election day 2020 was COVID.

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Blake Masters & Kari Lake on Last Night's 'Unite and WIN' Rally

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | Last month

Blake Masters & Kari Lake on Last Night's 'Unite and WIN' Rally

"Welcome back, everybody. We have two very special guests here in the beautiful state of Arizona. Kerry Lake and Blake masters otherwise known as Blake and Lake. I love it. It's too good. It rhymes. Carrion Blake, welcome back. Thanks for having us. It's good to be here. Your studio is gorgeous. Thank you. Thank you and great job last night. Carrie, let's start with you. Your initial reaction pretty packed crowd, amazing, right? You know, for pulling that to get, leave it to turning point to be able to pull a crowd like that together. I loved it because it was a lot of young people. I think there were new people to politics. And it's so exciting to see what's happening in this country as people step forward and say, we have to get involved. We don't have a choice to sit on the sidelines anymore. Very crowd. Our data showed that half of the attendees were either independents or were low propensity voters. Which was I could tell in the audience, you know, when I was giving, let's just say a rather enthusiastic speech. And three fourths of the audience was like standing ovation. The others were like applauding, but they weren't really sure what to make of, you know, part of the remarks. But I thought it was a good thing. I was like, I'm glad they're there. Blake, what was your reaction from last night? Incredible energy. It was electric, you know? The lights were so blinding on stage. You couldn't really see all the people. I saw photos after we had a whole conversation about how the lights were way too bright. But then you see the photos of all the people there and standing ovations and 3500 and I caught carry speech and it's just every 5 seconds people are standing up and this incredible energy. I don't want to get complacent and people talk about the red wave. No, when I see last night, I'm just more sure than ever. We're going to have a giant red wave in November.

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Meghan McCain Calls MAGA Conservatives 'Neanderthals'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Meghan McCain Calls MAGA Conservatives 'Neanderthals'

"So here's misses Dominick. I want to read to you what she wrote on her Twitter account. Hell of a strategy to whatever the majority voting hell of a strategy to win over the majority voting block of Arizona independence in a general election. Now, she would have stopped there, that would have been fine. It was a valid point. She's talking about, we've got to unite the Republicans in Arizona, right? Then she turns around and she does exactly what she's accusing Carrie Lake of doing. Here's what misses Dominic Meghan McCain said. I know she thinks she's governor already. But you have to win over more people than just cpac, maga Neanderthals to actually win a general election. So misses Dominic pulled a Hillary Clinton, you know, the basket of irredeemable deplorables. And she calls all of you people out there, all you conservatives maga Neanderthals. Now I just want to say something. It's offensive that she would call call people like you and me. Those kinds of words. But I'm not surprised, because she's a nasty person. Her father was a nasty man. Yes, I know. We're not talking about his wartime service. We're talking about his political service. I honor everyone who serves in our military. But that doesn't give John McCain a pass for all of the things he said and did to hurt conservatives. And so I pointed out, she was talking about strategy. And I just asked Meghan McCain, what was her strategy? What was her daddy's strategy? When he betrayed Republicans and conservatives on the ObamaCare repeal. And she blocked me. She didn't even have the guts. She didn't have the courage to even answer the question. It wasn't

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So What Has Meghan McCain Actually Done?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:35 min | 2 months ago

So What Has Meghan McCain Actually Done?

"McCain is a very mean, very unhappy, very mean spirited person, and I knew this working I didn't work directly with her at Fox, but I heard the stories. It's just not she's not a very pleasant person. And that comes across on TV. You saw that. Remember when remember when she was on what the view with the squawking magpies? She's not a very sympathetic character. And the reason why is, what is she done? Aside from being the offspring of the late senator John McCain, what has she done? I don't think she's done that much. She got married to Ben Dominique, who is the, what the founder of the federalist or one of those conservative things. And I got a lot of blowback because I called her in my peace grace maker. I called her misses dominance. I didn't call her mega McCain. I was just trying to be polite and cordial. Oof. Misses Dominic. So anyway, you have Carrie Lake and she's out there saying that she put a stake through the heart of the McCain machine. What is she talking about there? Well, she's talking about the establishment. She's talking about these establishment Republicans, who hate conservatives, and every time they get elected, they turn their backs on conservatives. But they embrace conservatives during the election cycle because the establishment guys can't get elected without our votes. That's what Kerry Lake was trying to say.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"I like how it gets more personal after you say none of you love suggestions. What have I done today to express love and respect to my Friends and family? What's this got to do with your blood? You know, the blood doesn't lie, but it doesn't tell you everything. Then there's little categories. So under acne blemishes and hormonal body fat, which is one of his specialties, he wrote the book on acne. It wants to know if you have acne cysts or boils. Most of these questions have just yes and no, or yes, no and rarely. I won't read the whole form because that would take a long time because it took me goodness like better part of an hour to fill out. But yeah, ask questions like, do you weigh more than you would like or struggle with excess body fat? Do you consume more than a few servings a week of yogurt, cheese meat, chicken and eggs? Do you have to use acne medication? A birth control pill or proactive to keep your skin clear. Oh, am I gonna see how this goes on a long time? It just wants to know, do you sunburn easily? Do you bruise easily? Are you experiencing difficulty with urination? And at this point, how has the actual thing you're signing up for, been build to you? Like, what are you getting for all this? At some point, my blood is going to be extracted and looked at. When I was talking to Regan on the phone, 'cause I can do that for you. Sure. I look at it. One of the last things I asked her was, how does he extract the blood? 'cause we were curious about that. And she said, oh, I'm not sure. Regan. And I thought, but you work here. That's the whole thing. It seems like you would be aware of this. I learned later that she's very new. I think she just started. So we'll cut her some slack there. Okay. But yeah, oh my goodness, but she has not tasted the product. Exactly. Yeah, she can't tell me that. Is your hair thinning? Are your cheek sagging? Are your gums receding? Is your skin thin and or dry? Is that hard for you to recover after physical activity? So many radio buttons. How often do you eat seafood? Have you experienced failed attempts to diet? Do you feel like making love less often than you used to? Do you have difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection? And then some more kind of essay questions briefly explain your typical day's diet, briefly explain your worst days diet. Please write out the brands of soap toothpaste, deodorant, laundry detergent, cleaning products, et cetera, that you use. Wow. Yeah, that one took a while to go around the house and gather items. I don't know, this stuff is called. Oh my God. And then how many pages is this intake form? You know, it's like an infinite scroll kind of thing, but let me show you the proportion of the page. That's my screenshot. Oh, wow. Okay. So Carrie can't even see the detail because it's so tall. Yeah, it looks like we're looking at like 13, 14 pages. Something like that. Goodness. For anybody who has 23andMe and has ever done the questionnaires, they'll just keep going as long as you want to answer questions. And finally, just get tired and stop answering them. It's kind of like that, but this is your intake form. The final question was, mission statement, the purpose of my life is good God. What did you say? Yeah, what did I say? The purpose is now filling out this form. Is living. I can't remember the time before this farm. The purpose is living life to the full pursuing memorable experiences, helping others along the way, and hopefully leaving things better than I found them. There we go. What if you had filled it out just so seriously the whole time and then at the end my purpose is fucking and then like the hang ten hands. That would be great if I did that and like I also had troubles achieving erection. That's what I want help with. So she asked me, did you fill out the question? I was like, yes, I did. It was kind of not doing it twice. It was kind of a tone of like, I don't think I have it. I was like, you better have it. I'm not doing it again. And then as I was sitting in this downstairs lobby area, just kind of waiting. There's some weight equipment up front. Yeah, and there's like a pull up bar in the doorway. So if you need to do that and plenty of stuff to do leg lifts on and other exercises. It's got my blood taken. I think I'll do some lifting. One of his big things is this total failure workout. Oh, right. Yeah, which I was very interested in. And there's a sign behind the desk that says perfect video, and I'm thinking, well, that's not the don't godo protocol. That's interesting. But apparently, yeah, apparently he fancies himself kind of a video processing facility as well. God is a lot of stuff. And I'm sitting there and I hear him upstairs and recognize his voice. And he comes down with a man and a woman and they're talking about getting a COVID test. And so we know he has thoughts on that. Yeah. The woman is saying he needs a test that shows that he's negative for the antigen. Doctor Nick says, oh, well, we just did the test, and she's like, oh, but that shows if he has the antibodies..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:45 min | 6 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello and welcome to oh no Ross and Carrie, the show where we don't just report on friend science, spirituality, and claims that the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Yep, when they make the claims we show up so you don't have to, I'm Carrie poppy. And I'm Ross blotcher. Bye. We're back at the conscious life expo. Yeah. Was I supposed to say something else about when they make the claims we sharp so you don't have to? Oh, maybe. I don't know. Someone stole my bike. Oh, for Carrie. Someone stole my bike right before this one. That's a day runner. Yeah, so your brain's with your bike. Yeah, I'm just thinking about my bike. If only you could track where that is. Oh, that's all. And yes, she had a lot of it. She had a lock on it. I did have a lock on it, but I didn't have, you know. But this is Los Angeles. Apple, whatever, or air, whatever. Whatever. You know, I didn't have any of those tracking devices and a person might have on their car. I can't even think straight. It's okay. You were outside of a witch witch. Or it was outside of a witch. It was outside of a Marshalls, which is around the corner from a witch, which checked on it after I went to Marshall's for dry shampoo, then I went to which witch for a sandwich. We're talking less than 45 minutes of me not looking right at my bike and come back and it's gone. Awful. Awful. Awful. And you expect me to podcast? With the things we do for these listeners. So we're back at the conscious life expo and we're talking about your favorite, my favorite. You never know what'll come out of her face. Linda Moulton Howe. If there's one thing that can put me in a better mood. I don't know how she does it. Like her last name. Oh, okay. I was gonna say, I'll figure that out sometime today. But now I get it. Now, if you haven't heard this show, ever before because that's the only way you would not know who she is. We talk about her so much, but she is a ufologist. Yeah. It's my preferred pronunciation. Yeah, she's one who studies UFOs. She is a whistleblower. Okay. All right. All right. She is an Emmy winning journalist, which is to say an Emmy winning journalist in a funny voice. She's an interesting character. So she is an independent journalist who she has a master's degree in communication. Yeah, from Stanford, right? I don't even know. I think so. And she was a local reporter at some point who did a local news story about some animal mutilations that she theorized had been the result of alien abductions. And alien crimes, I guess. And she did this daytime news magazine piece about that. And one a Daytime Emmy. One point. A local Daytime Emmy. But still, neither you and I haven't won any local daytime Emmys. True. So a lifetime was diverted. Yes. So ever since then, she has been making a lot of hay out of that, and boy is she beloved in these circles. Oh yeah, so we've encountered her now at multiple conferences. At the Ozark mountain UFO conference, that's a fun series to listen to. The contact in the desert series. We saw her there. And summer of UFO 2017. And both times that we've been at conscious life expo, Linda Moulton house been there. Yep, and she is a draw. At this conference, she had just celebrated her 80th birthday. Pretty incredible. I mean, she seems to really keep going. Yeah. She produces a lot of content. She has a popular YouTube series. And she's one of those people you can just stick in front of a microphone and say, start talking. And she got you. She'll keep talking until someone stops her. It's just not a problem. Absolutely. And she'll say one wild thing after another. You go, wow, you just said that, okay. She does. And then she also can be a bit of a rambler. If you haven't kept up with whatever's kind of on her mind lately, she won't return you to square one at all. She won't help you. She won't set the context. Yeah, what you might be missing. It's like, you already know about the underground bases in Antarctica. Right. Where the aliens are currently living. So I'll just say the phrase underground bunker number 7. And you will know exactly what that is. And if you don't, you know, ask a friend. Right. So there's a lot of that in the story that I'm about to tell you. Did you find a lot of that in your Linda Moulton Howe experience? Yeah. Just life expo because we had two different Linda Moulton Howe experiences. So we're going to talk about, yeah? Yeah. Well, I saw our first, I think, Saturday night. Just a Saturday night. Okay, so she was speaking at 6 p.m. at the la Jolla ballroom. It was $45 to just see her. That's a good way of determining a little bit of the, I don't know, hierarchy maybe at the conference is the people who get this special bonus tickets. They know they're going to be so in demand. That you'll have to pay extra. And so far we've talked about, well, the blood analysis guy, we've had a little bit of conspiracy, some things around COVID. We've had sacred geometry. We've had people wearing pyramids on their heads. So that's kind of like one track. I've met the risen crystal. Yeah, right, right. And this time we're going to be telling you more about the alien track. Yes. At conscious life expert, which is a big deal. Which is not my bag. It's usually more Ross. More my bag. Yeah. Baby. But I think you couldn't be there that night, so it's like, well, I forgot to see Linda. Okay, yeah. One of us has got to be there. Well, and I would say Linda, in particular, is your beat. Thank you. Thank you. I appreciate that. I'm hoping there are some updates on your Linda Moulton Howe correspondence. There is. Okay. Okay. So I'll do what Linda Moulton Howe will never do for you and set the scene. For those who don't know. Linda Moulton Howe tends to do this thing. She will let any human being with a body and a voice. Walk up to her during a conference or slip her a note during a conference and say, hello. I'm former FBI, or I'm former CIA, or I used to work in the navy, and I have secrets about the aliens who are secretly in cahoots with our government and coming down from the skies to abduct us all and these massive experiments and she just seems to go, okay. That must be true because you're saying it to me person standing here. I get the impression that she'll ask maybe one or two slightly probing questions. And if they.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Wow. Really? Okay. In that moment, that felt like you have to remember this. Wow. This is so wise Carrie. And it's easily the sort of thing that let's say you had it in a dream, you'd wake up and you'd be like, this is my forever statement. Right, exactly. Go write that down. And then 5 minutes later, like, oh, I really should have written it down 'cause I can't think of what it was. It had something to do with. Asparagus no. I don't know. Shoot. It was really good. It was about truth. There's something about your truth is good. It was a $1 billion idea. I would be rich forever. If I could just remember, ah, well. Yeah, or are you going? You read it later, 'cause you have written it down. You're like, good stories are told out of order, but the truth is told in or okay. Well, it sounds like you had a drug like experience without chemical intervention. And I do think this was my brain disengaging ever so slightly from my work of the day. Okay. And processing it just a little the way you would in a dream. So not something that came from the experience itself, but that the experience kind of allowed your brain to make little connections of the things that had already been chewing. Right, exactly, which is what a dream is. Process everything you've learned and you make new connections and basically file it. Yeah. I think my brain just basically did that for a few seconds and then kind of recovered, if you will. Because I have been doing this project that really involves a lot of chronology. I have to figure out exactly what order things happened in. But then I can't tell you the reader in painstaking detail, the order things are happening in. That's my job to make to a pretty and interesting story. Yeah, yeah. So I think that was my brain making sense of that. I like it. Just to say about dreams, of course, there's still a lot of inquiry into the exact mechanism and reason for and purpose of dreams. But yeah, certainly all of those seem to be aspects of what's going on reifying some of these short term experiences. You're right. All our body processes probably have many, many purposes. And I was starting to see this as being sort of the visual and audio answer to something like our holotropic breathwork seminar where we were modulating our breathing and maybe making some adjustment to the chemical composition with our body, but getting sort of a drug like hallucinatory experience without the chemical component. And I think in the same way, it was delivering on the promise of getting you in an altered state. Though, it would still say less so than holotropic breathing. And Paul tripper breathing also being less so than drugs. So yeah, another thing that we haven't specifically done on this show, but binaural beats is another thing that I think that tries to build the same effect by putting these different frequencies into each ear and getting the brain to harmonize with them or reconcile the disharmonies. And I feel like that was a component of this experience as well through the sonic portion that you had these kind of undulating beats going on. So yeah, very cool. So after ten minutes had passed, the music kind of calms down. You get the sense of that part of the symphony has closed. We're not clapping yet. But we're moving on to a different movement. And briefly, I thought, wow, is the whole thing over because if so, you really do lose sense of time that felt like ten minutes, and then I looked at my Apple watch and it had been exactly ten minutes. Oh wow. So you were much more conscious of time than I was. I think for me, it was all blending together. So if you'd ask me afterwards, like, so how long was all that and be like, could have been an hour? Okay. Oh wow. Could have been 15 minutes. I'm not sure somewhere in that range. Okay, 'cause in the second third, I think this was pretty cleanly divided into thirds. Yeah, you're definitely right about how you'd be run through a gauntlet and then there would be sort of a little palate cleanser. The lights would turn down and you'd think, oh do I get up? Now, oh no, oh, we're going back into a new thing. Cool. Yeah, and it would be a new ten minute mini symphony. So in that second symphony, if you will, the act two, I started to have feelings of displeasure. Oh no. It started to be like, oh, oh, you know what? This is really bright. And I'm like sort of sensitive to light, but I would guess more than the average person I would guess most migraine people are a little more sensitive to light and sound in general. Sure. But much more sensitive to sound than light usually, but man like my eyes were watering and I kept like closing them and rubbing them and being like, oh, I can't get relief from this. Okay, this is becoming unpleasant. I wonder if it will become just downright like please make it stop. That's where I was in act two. That was another thing that Celine was totally had told us beforehand, which was that there were no strobes involved. But if you have anything like a response to the visuals being overstimulating, feel free to close your eyes, feel free to leave if you need to, as we said. I remember there was one moment in which everything went intense magenta. Fuchsia that Carrie let out an audible gasp. Oh, I was laughing. Was that what that was? Yeah, yeah, yeah, I was laughing through a lot of act three. Okay, that was actually really cracked me up. So I was in so much pain. It was so unpleasant my act three. I have this reflexive reaction to my own discomfort, especially if I've paid someone for it. Just think it's very funny. I'm in so much pain. I made you $35 for it. Well, well, oh, you're gonna Strowman again. You're gonna make another really loud.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello, welcome to ona Rosen Carrie the show where we don't just report on fringe science. Spirituality claims that the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Yep, when they make the claims, we show up so you don't have to. I'm Ross blotcher. And I'm Carrie pop. You don't have to, but you can if you want. Show up? Yeah. Yeah. We just have to remind people that every now and then. Absolutely. And in this case, yeah, you might want to. Come on. Yeah. We're going to tell you about chroma sonic. An immersive light and sound experience. That's what it is. Yes. And how did you find out about it? I went to Google something else that had been advertised to me in an Instagram ad. Something else that had appealed to my on rack sensibilities. Went to Google that couldn't find that again, found this and was like, oh, this is also good. Okay, so chroma sonic, you hear the name and you're probably already thinking of colors. And sound. And sound. And you're not thinking of mesonic, which is at the end, like, oh, temples, and secret rituals. No, that's unrelated just happenstance. This is about chromosome don't think about the masons. Yeah, don't picture people wearing aprons and making hand symbols. Don't picture it. Don't picture secret ceremonies behind big oak doors. Don't picture that at all. Don't picture. Don't those images in your head. Those are unrelated to this investigation. It's about color and sound. Yeah, so when I got to the website for this thing, I was like, what the heck is this? We'll get into it, but just so you have the right mental image because you didn't form all those incorrect ones. This is going to be one of those immersive interactive experiences where you're having your senses stimulated by both image and sound. Normally that wouldn't necessarily be something that our podcast would be interested in. But it all comes down to, I think, the presentation. How are you selling this experience? They are selling it as a way to get into an expanded state of consciousness. Yeah, awareness and connection expanded states. Yeah, that's a big deal. I had just watched the movie altered states oversee that. Oh, yeah. Because funny. They kept coming up in conversations. Oh, weird. For people like, oh yeah, well it's kind of like altered states on the wall, I guess I need to see it. What'd you think of it? Was it Jeff Bridges? Well, Ken Russell directed it. Who is the lead? It's the guy who's in kiss of the spider woman. John Voight? No, John. Lennon? John. Welcome itch. John..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Oh, okay. And she said, thank you for your trust. That's well played on her part. Yeah, definitely. Good response. Okay, so here's what Ross thinks of me. Okay. It's intense. I wish you had told me, Ross. It's intense, like she put it in all caps, or she said it's intense. No, I'm telling you. This is my warming. My disclaimer, it's intense. How do I see you? Okay. Ross wants to clear things up with me. Ross wants to bring things back to normal. He feels in the dark on our relationship. What is it? Oh my goodness so much uncertainty. So much doubt. Ross wants me to say things more clearly to him. He's confused about our relationship. I don't say what I think and feel enough. This is all news to me, but very interesting. Ross trusts me, but is confused by me. Ross seems a little bit tired. Okay. Ross has mixed feelings about how he wants me to feel part of him wants me to feel okay. Part of him wants me to feel a lot okay. All right, wow. Part of Ross doesn't want to know about me anymore. Wow. Not even doesn't want to know me? Doesn't want to know about me. I'm just trying to picture what she was picturing. Like, what person would even match this description? I have a theory, but. Okay. Okay. She said the communication aspect will unblock things between us. Okay. Ross thinks I communicate clearly with other people and not with him. I suspect. This podcast that we do. Yeah, I suspect that she picturing. That when I wouldn't tell her what a relationship was, she was like, you're cagey. I see. Oh, and I'm going to extrapolate this. You've given me one hook. Yeah. And I'm going to extrapolate from that. Your KG with everybody. You're just a KGB. Exactly. Maybe for my show. It's funny. Then she was probably like, and it's probably a love interest like who else would someone submission yeah. She doesn't want to say it for some reason. It's not her dog. Yeah. The Carrie would do that to you. That's true. Psychic, you got lucky. Just both her animals happen to be girls. That's right. So. That's fun. Okay, it casts the previous predictions in a little bit of doubt. Yeah, well, we'll see how this pans out in the yellow. Okay. Yeah, you never know. Yeah, and maybe my attitude toward you will completely change. Yeah, maybe you will no longer want to know about me. Maybe I will not want you to be okay. Was that it? Something like that. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. That was intense. Yeah, I know. Wow. Okay, next. Okay. I got a reading from astrology arc, also on Etsy. Wow, look at you. I thought you were reading. I know. This is the last one just for me. But this was called 2022 horoscope annual report. Oh yeah, you said this was very thorough. It was so thorough. To the point that I was like, I'm not going to read this hole on the air. This is way too many things. So I just promised to keep a spreadsheet and look at every single one and track it over the year and let you know the highs and lows. Okay. But for now, I'll just give you some. This is because my God. Was there like a structure to it, looking at certain months or? Yeah, it was based on where the different solar objects are going to be, so it'll be like, here's your Saturn return. Here's your Venus de Milo. Here's true mercury. Whatever. And then it would give me a very specific date range. It would say something like 8 July to 12 August. And then in parentheses it would give a really specific date that would always be an example of a day that's between that range and be like, you don't need to do that for me. So maybe they just get an extra strong hit if that matches. Yeah, maybe. But if that's the range, and then something that matches it happens on July 7th, we all know that. The reader would take credit. We give them credit. Yeah. All of these things have soft porous edges. Anyway, that's a good point. So I'm just going to tell you a few things that stick out. But as I said, we'll go over this a little more finely in 12 months. Right now someone is demanding my concentrated attention that could be a project or it could be a person. So somebody could be a project. That's right. All right. Either way, I'm being challenged to know myself, assess the situation and concentrate on the task at hand. All right. I want to know if there's a single person in this universe who's like, my attention is not on a project, it's not on a person. Of those things interest me. Yeah, maybe like high school stoner or something. Okay, yeah. But they don't go seeking out readings. Yeah. From Etsy psychics. Another prediction for the whole year, these first few were not tethered to any particular date. You are likely to encounter obstacles along the way. However, you have the tenacity to overcome them. Or statement if ever I heard one. No, it's weird that was a year without any obstacles. Nothing bad happened. I didn't even run out of toothpaste. Likewise, you are learning the difference between trying to force someone to agree with you and the need to stand up for yourself. Okay. Okay. Decent specific. Yeah. Someone else will be forcing their opinions on me or an unexpected crisis may arise stretching my communication skills to the limit. Wow, okay. Yeah. Watch out for that. Written negotiations and contracts may not run smoothly this year. Both of these last one sound actually falsifiable. Interesting predictions. At times I may feel stressed sometimes this year, irritable or overworked, and I should relax as much as possible and remember that the time will pass. Good advice. Yeah. Now getting into a few that are pegged to specific time, periods. From the 8th of September 2021 to the 16th of February 2022, so we're kind of smack in the middle there right now..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello, welcome to Ross and Carrie the show where we don't just report on French science, spirituality, claims of the paranormal, we take by ourselves. Yep, when they make the claims we show up, so you don't have to. I'm real sponsor. I'm Carrie poppy, and my cat is. As soon as we started talking, golly leaped up onto the chessboard. Now she's looking at your water. Maybe she can stick her head in there. She's really likes to get involved. She's right underneath the microphone. Yeah, she loves it when humans talk. Okay, that's the problem. Yeah. Golly, he's always trying to get up in our business. When I'm working at home alone, I'll be totally quiet for a couple hours and then have to take a phone call or something and as soon as I start talking, she trots in. Oh, you're talking. Interesting. Okay. I'm gonna talking to me. Look around and sniff everything. Get up in your equipment. All right. Well, we've got golly here too. But we want to wish you all a happy 2022. Are you gonna walk across my cute yep? Yes, you are. Okay. Oh and hit me in the hit me in the face of your tail while you're at it. Oh no, now you're adding a new label in Gmail that is all semicolons. No. Do not create that new label. Oh, stop it. Oh, can you go somewhere else? Do you have to be here? Cats, am I right? You're right. So every year at the beginning of the year, we make predictions about what this year will hold because you and I are professional psychics. If you're just joining this show for the first time, that is our profession. That's what we've always done. Ignore the intro to the show. That's what this is. A pair of psychics. No, but we do go and talk to psychics and see what they predict for the year. And then unlike everyone else in the freaking universe, we actually follow up and see if it happens. Right. That's what we can bring to this. And I like that that's become a yearly tradition for us to go. Visit psychics. This gave me an opportunity to visit a storefront psychic that I've been curious about for a long time. Whereas I interacted only with people on the Internet. That's very safe. It was, because future listener, you probably don't even remember COVID. It's probably like such a distant memory you're like, what even is that? I've never heard of that. You don't remember the time you were locked in your house for two years. Yeah, you were born in the future. But right now we're in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently the omicron variant. Yeah, that's the one jacking up all of the numbers of cases and hospitalizations. I'm boosted, you boosted. And boosted. Hey, what up? It is a little safer from ow meh cry. What's happening right now? Okay, so do you remember and Friends how there was a character named Janice and she go ow. My God. I do. So that's how I'm saying a crown now? Yeah, didn't Chandler date her for a while? Yes. Chandler and briefly Ross. Oh.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Oh, really? Okay. So do you see something different? I have September 29th I see from The New York Times says June 2019 was the hottest ever recorded and 2020 essentially tied it. Summer 2021 was the hottest on record for the contiguous United States, slightly surpassing the dust bowl summer of 1936 by less than .01°F. Sounds like you just squeaked by. All right. Thanks, climate change. Okay. You have a way to make that work for you. Finally, Ross is lost prediction. Apple releases a product in an entirely new category. I was waiting for them to release like a television actual Apple TV. You can watch or a car. They've been talking about that or a VR device. There's all these things that there are hinting at that we're kind of waiting to show up, but nope. Damn, you owe me a potato. Oh, Carrie got four. And Ross got two. Out of the 11 and I got two out of 11. Okay. You got a bet on Dick Van Dyke. Okay, let's hope I do better this next year. I would say my best. What would you say is your best hit? I guess Trump won't go to prison by the end of 2021. Okay. I think getting that close to your vaccine is pretty darn good. Yeah. But also like a teacher from our past is going to reach out. Yeah, that was fun. Yeah. One week off of my actual vaccination date is almost spooky. Yeah, definitely. So anyway, the point is I'm starting a religion. Okay. And if you're listening to the show, you're in it already. All right. I'm giving you all numbers. Cary's house. And duties. And you said, duty. And you can't talk to your family anymore. Well, that's it for our show. Our theme music is by Brian Keith.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"I describe this as the difference between a person driving a car and the passenger. Why is it that a jerk cuts in front of you? And it's the driver who's furious. The passenger doesn't want to chase the person off the road and shoot them. Well, why? They're both equally inconvenienced. They're equally inconvenient equally at risk of the jerk driver. Right. But the driver has a baseline energy level caused by being in charge of driving just as you would be if you were jogging down the street or dancing or having worked out in a workout session. Your energy is up, and now if you add the flame of an insult to that already arousal, you're going to feel more intensely angry than if you get the same provocation while sitting quietly on your sofa. Does the element of agency affect that at all? Just the fact that you have the steering wheel? Well, you have the steering wheel, so you are prepared constantly to cope with what's being thrown at you as you're driving. So you are hyper alert driving the car. Yeah. And in a way that the passenger isn't. So, okay, you are chemically primed. You're primed. That's a good word for it. Literally physiologically aroused. Your heart rate's up. And, you know, you are primed. So Carrie when you mentioned, what are we doing in those ten seconds or a hundred seconds? The answer is, are we already inflamed, which is going to make us want to say, how dare that person, you know? I have a story in the book of a guys who were in the locker room after quite intensive workout. And one of them bumped into the other. It's just a bump. And before you know it they're beating each other up and then there's lawsuits and lord knows what else just because they were calling off after this workout session. And later, they both felt incredibly stupid. But then, of course, to bring up another book, they had to justify how stupidly they had behaved each other. They worked backwards. Backward from that one. In this way, many people get into angry, disputes, and then don't see a way to save face and back down from them. Right. But it is the reason for that count to ten or count to 300. Actually, I mean, when I was growing up, there was the old, you know, don't go to bed angry, advice. From the Bible. There you go. Well, this is completely ridiculous. First of all, first of all, if you have an argument late at night, neither of you is going to get any sleep. So you should go to bed angry. And in the morning, one of two things will happen. You'll have forgotten what you are angry about because it was trivial in classic. Or. It is important. You know what? Honey, we really have to talk about this because actually it matters. But you'll have had a good night's sleep. And so now you can talk about it in a way that isn't in the heat of anger. The takeaway from this book is for most people. And by no means all, I want to preface this by saying some people just love a good rip roaring argument. They love yelling and screaming and shouting at each other. It's a sign of love. It is a sign of Arctic. Well, no, it's a sign of the love that followed from the heavens. Look how passionate I am. Exactly. It seems like certain cultures like claim to that as sort of almost a badge of honor. Exactly right. It is a cultural language. And it means I care and it means I love. Now, marriage central sees to it. That someone from that culture marry someone from the I hate anger, I don't want it in the house. It makes me sick to my stomach and I don't want to argue with you. So that's when you mentioned at the beginning that people have different anger languages. That's a good example of it. What does anger mean for you? Does it feel like the only way to get the other person's attention? And in many cases, you know, it can be. But by and large those kinds of rip roaring fights don't go anywhere. They end up repeating themselves over and over again, precisely because neither side feels heard and the problem that's made them angry is it resolved. So there's a blow up then both sides retreat to their sullen corners to brood and sulk. And then the resentment builds up again and then there's another blow up. So it's not useful. You can make an argument for it if somehow there were a higher plateau on the other side, but you're saying there is none. If that's the cycle and it's the cycle that many couples get into because they don't really know what they're arguing about, something has annoyed them about the other person. Sometimes it's just something about the other person that isn't going to change and having repeated arguments about that quality. Will you change your eye color for God's sake? I'm a telling asking you this for years. If it's something unfixable, then having repeated arguments about it is debilitating and of course it doesn't solve anything does it. So generally speaking a better approach is not the I'm right you're wrong. I'm angry, you're angry. But what is it that we need to fix? What can we both do so that we don't have these repeated angry arguments? What behavior change would you like in me? Exactly. What would I like to do? Let's just pragmatically the components and exactly. So, you know, for example, many couples think that when they live together as a couple, it's a surgical procedure that joins them at the hip. And so they have to go everywhere together and sort of do certain things together. So I had two friends. He was a southern guy who moved very slowly and he just got to the airport. This was in the days when you could get to the airport at the ultimate hour. He would get there, you know, 27 minutes before the plane left. This made her insane. Insane. Okay, she was right. Yes, thank you. She certainly was..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"We've kind of smashed everything. Well, what do we do now? And Carrie saved one of the bottles. Yeah, I was just like, I wasn't getting a turn out of smashing the glass. And so then I thought, well, wait, I paid for all this. There's some nice battles. I wonder if this big one. One of those models feeling survivor's guilt now. Perhaps I saw all my friends die. God. I did hit a few of them. I did, what's the word? Like, pummel a few. You know, the way you would grind some herbs or something. I was doing that on the ground. I was like, okay, that's like a little meditative, okay? And then I try to smash Jerry, try to like, oh, I'm gonna wheel on the tire. I was just like, whatever this is for. I didn't catch your mortar and pestle action. Oh, yeah. It's not doing for me, whatever is supposed to happen. Okay, well that was my next question, which was, did you feel any well rage? Did it even come up? Oh, rage definitely not. We've got a video where Kerry's just kind of doing a little dance. Waving her finger in the ocean dances. I am here with my friend. When we get to the second part, the part with the car, ask me again about Rachel because I got, but I really had to summon it. I would say rage really wasn't coming to mind. Yeah. Things that were going through my mind included, oh boy, it's going to be a lot of work to clean all this up. Yes. And later on Charles was saying, I kind of wished I could stick around for an extra 5 minutes and just help clean it up. That would have made me feel a little better. Oh, sure, sure. I also wonder if they are able to recycle all those things and also I really hope that since we're in LA where there's tons and tons of prop shops that oversupply themselves, I hope that's where all this came from and that they're not going to like a dollar store. Actually, we did manage to find a video where the founder Peter wolf, great name. Yeah. Sounds like he's from name is gonna say sounds like he's straight out of a fairytale. He was saying that they get the glass stuff out of wholesale liquidation. Okay. And sounds like they tried to do their best to recycle everything. They can. And get the dangerous stuff removed from electronics. So that's good. Yeah, that is good. But once within 5 minutes, you've pretty much decimated the room. What do you do with the other 9? Oh my God. Yeah, you have to do the mortar and pestle move. You're right. So it's nothing else. Yeah, so okay. Well, let's put these big chunks up on top of the drum and just kind of hit it. A bunch of times repeatedly. Oh are we having fun yet? Here's the punt of a bottle. I'm gonna throw it up in the air and hit it like a baseball, but first I'm gonna make sure I'm not about to hit drew or carry with my bat. Yes. Yeah, what you really do have to watch out for. Oh, yeah. Really do. It has to happen where people hit each other by accident. And I did ask the person out front about that. I said, I don't remember if I actually said you're not gonna give us a warning about hitting each other or what, but is it something about that? And he said, if you do that, that's on you. Wow. Okay. Very lazy fair. All right. Okay. And then after a while, I'll just start jumping around and tramping on the glass. And this is where I noticed actually as we were leaving the room later, I noticed that I felt something under my foot. And I looked and there was this big kind of like wicked, large piece of curved glass and part of it was thoroughly embedded in the sole of my shoe. The other part curved around and it was poking into the side of my foot and I could kind of feel that too. You gotta watch your feet more rocks. Our investigations are just ways for you to torture your feet. Oh right, yeah, why is the most common denominator. So yeah, there were a couple times where I found glass embedded in my shoe, but my shoe did. You know, actually, afterward, Ross, oh, you're Ross. Afterward drew and I went out to dinner and we were both like, did you see Ross jumping on that glass? I would never jump on the glass like that because you were like jumping up and down on my glass. I was avoiding it. Well, when do you get the opportunity to do this? I never goodness. We were joking toward the end Michael. This could be another investigation doing the glass walking. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Along the lines of the fire walking, yeah, well that would have been the moment. Also, when you kind of run out of things to hit, there's that big freaking tire. Yeah. And so I would just start repeatedly hitting the tire maybe seeing, can I pull it away from the wall and knock it over? Okay. But it absorbs so much energy and just kind of like it's a rubber and you're glue. That was, I think the best part of that room though, because at least in that case, I would hit it hard enough. Some of that just like friendly exhaustion feeling would build up. Runner's high, dopamine. Whatever that is, like, that like, oh, I tired myself enough that I feel a little good for a few seconds. You're tired yourself. That's red lightly. I tired, I retired. You hit that thing, but you're like, well, I'm not doing anything to it, but I'm sure exhausting myself. Yeah. It's just extra absorbent. At the end, we are just kind of like watching this clock behind us. High up on the wall of course to avoid the splatter and just think like, oh, three minutes. I don't like, I guess I'll go jump on some more glass. I don't know. What do I do? You pointed out though that when the bottle breaks that sine wave at the bottom of the bottle remains intact? Yeah, the punt. The punt. Okay, I heard you trying to shout something at me about like this is a good demonstration. This is a good one. Communication was hard every now and then you like Charles and I would go over to the side and be like, hey, it's fun. If you throw an.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"And you know what? Three. I'm gonna give it a three. Okay. All right, Carrie. And here we go. What are you giving this on a creepiness scale? I will also give it a two. I will go to just because lie detection itself is a little creepy. It's sort of like, you know, my reading kind of stuff. Yeah. But oh. Oh, is it okay? That's it. Zapped Carrie and she had a real reaction and it has two lie bars. So yeah, liar. Oh, and now slowly. Donald Trump. Really? It got you. It's showing some truth now? Yeah, then the three truth bars showed up. But it zapped you, so you're a liar. Yeah, the boy. So that felt to me like, have you ever had your hand be like a little moist and you accidentally touched the port on your cell phone? No. Oh, it happens to me sometimes. Isn't it zaps you? I didn't know that. Well, now I'm wondering if my phone's back. Miss faulty wiring in your you don't know. Mass produced fun. But interesting. I don't know. But anyway, it felt like that. The jaws music, that's a little creepy. Sure. Yeah, yeah. That's why I went up to a three. It's got a little creepy element. It does also invite your friends to ask you. Oh, that's weird questions. That's true. It really puts you on the spot. Yeah, definitely. And you're like, oh, I wasn't prepared to talk about this. I mean, irrespective of this machine now we are broaching subjects I did not. Intend to hold forth upon. Yeah, I mean, maybe it's creepier if you don't do it with your friend who's known everything about you for ten years and is like see you poop into a tube. And then once asked me if I drunk your pee anything in my butt. Yeah, and then it's like, I don't know, do you dye your hair? I don't. Here's a fun bit of trivia for people. We have stuck something in our no Carrie has stuck something in her butt for this podcast that we have not talked about on the podcast. Oh, that's right. Yeah. I wonder if that will ever come to fruition. Do you still have that thing? I think so. Then it's probably my turn to borrow and put it in my butt. The thing that made us stop. Resolved itself. You may recall the surrounding context. Yes, I do. Well, we're really making people curious now. Yeah, well let's return to that conversation. I know. Oh my gosh, okay. What about I want to get zapped again? Okay, so knowing that this was $15 and 75 cents. Okay. What would you give this out of pocket trainer value or one is something not at all pocket training in ten is quite expensive and pocket draining. Okay, I'm gonna give it, I'll just say 5. Because I don't feel like the claims bear out, but it's a oh, okay. I'm sorry, that's a big old fucking line. I felt like I felt the same, but it's very subtle for me. Oh, wow. It's absolutely more because you're a bigger liar. Oh, okay. You know what, it's 'cause I made that big deal about being the cutest dog. And now it's just like punishing me. Yeah, we're doing it. That's absurdities. I don't know. Yeah, it's a toy, but it makes claims. Yeah. Even though I don't think anyone's gonna take them too seriously. But we're on pocket trainer here. Yeah, I know. I'm thinking about like 16 bucks for this. What is this thing? What is it doing in our lives? Okay, fair point, fair point. It's $16 worth it to not even really know what the readout of the reds and greens to me. Right. These confusing directions that are very inconsistent in this unsure readout is a big deal. Yeah, okay, interesting. So is 1575 worth sparking these awkward conversations with your Friends? Maybe that's the value. Yeah. All right, interesting. All right, what are you giving this? I'm guessing you're going lower than what is your pocket drainer rating? I was gonna say one, but you've moved me with the point about it not really even being clear on what the Toyota so I'm gonna go three. Okay, points for packaging. Jesus. That doesn't hurt you? No, what's going on? You know what? This is viscous into a whole other thing. Are you wearing what? You're not wearing anything metal on your hand. No. But have we talked about what migraine.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"No? Like I know about. I know about so crates and like I've seen clips, like been to people's houses when they're watching it. Oh, wow, okay. So I've seen like little bits here and there, but no, I haven't seen the whole thing. I'm a big Bill & Ted fans. Really? Oh, I love Bill & Ted. Okay. I interviewed Alex Winter, just 6, 8 months ago, who plays Bill. Bullseye, Jesse Thorne's right. Oh my gosh. You would love to. I think you genuinely love Bill & Ted. Definitely want to watch it, and I plan to watch it with my son. Oh yeah, he loves time travel movies set in the 80s. So he needs to see that movie. He's got his name written all over. Oh, actually, I guess it's the night. Well, anyway, you get it. So back to my bit. Past Ross, past Terry, it's me, future Carrie, and I gotta stop you so we can talk about bras. Okay, that's a good reason to be stopped. You know we put our bodies through so much. We time travel in telephone booths. Relatable. Wait, does that make Bill & Ted's phone booth a tardis? I okay, confession time. I've never seen Doctor Who. You know what? Convention time, neither have I. Really? Yeah. Oh, that seems like something you would have seen. Right. Yeah. I tried once. I didn't get into it. I'm sorry, I'm sure it's great. Yeah, I've seen little bits and pieces. Our friend Derek is always trying to get me to watch. Many people I know and love and respect love that show. I acknowledge it must be good. Okay, sure. If you get into it. Yeah. It did not grab me when I tried. Hey, that's okay. All right, sorry. What are we talking about bras? You know we put our bodies through so much. It's true. We push them to the limit for sport, family, fashion, or just plain fun. Yep, and when you think about it, it's pretty incredible that our bodies keep up at all much less our breasts. And third love, that's right, we're getting back to third love, believes everybody is amazing and deserves to be treated that way. And that's why third love designs underwear, lounge wear, active wear and silver wear. No. For feel good all day wear. One of those things is not correct, but I'm not going to say which one. Okay. And these are quality bras. I know, because I have a wife, and she has brig. And she has a third love bras, and they are very nice. You can get them as functional everyday bras or you can get fancy designed bras. Designed to impress. If you want your bra to be pretty in some sort of highfalutin way, they've got it. You want your bra to be pretty in a more classic everyday way where you take your shirt off and your fiance is like, hey, nice bra. You got that too. That's how my fiance goes, hey. Hey, Gary, nice bra. Nice job with the bra. Yeah, that's just like drew. I'm really good at impressions. That's something else our new listeners should know. And they've got a fit finder quiz to help you determine exactly which bra size you should be wearing. You may have some surprises there. Like, oh, you're recommending something different. Let me try that. It's worth a try. Because you'll love your fit guaranteed and if not, exchanges and returns are free for 60 days. Oh, wow. I didn't even know that. Yeah, that's amazing. Pretty good. Yeah, generous. And you know, feeling is believing. So upgrade to everyday pieces that love your body as much as you do. Yes, yes, you heard it here, this bravo love your body as much as you, a human being. Love your body. Fact. So right now you can get 20% off your first order at ThirdLove dot com slash oh no. That's 20% off at third love dot com slash oh no. And Carrie roasted it? Yes, it is. I am Ross. What would you say if I wanted to make a website? It's a go for it. I'm kind of busy. I can't really design it for you or anything. I'm busy too. Do you know of any services that might help me design my website? Oh, okay, you know, I had a dream about this last night. Did you? Yeah, last night, I had this dream where you walked up to me and you said, Carrie, I need to design a website, and I need it to be fast, but I also want to be beautiful. I want it to look like a world class designer designed it. And I was like, wow, what? Oh, this is so disorienting. But then when I woke up, I realized that a dream is just a great idea that doesn't have a website yet. This is amazing because essentially you read my mind through a dream and you've defined what a dream is for me. Yeah, you're welcome. So you can make your dream a reality with Squarespace. Okay, tell me what I can do there. Great question. I respect your curiosity. At Squarespace, you can create a beautiful website to blog or publish content. You can promote your physical or online business. I don't know much about your life, but I assume you have one or the other. Oh, that's good. You can announce an upcoming event or a special project. Tell me more. Pretty much anything that involves text or imagery that can be transmitted through a binary digital system. You can do that. Okay. I mean, you've got me sold, but are there templates? Yes. You know what? Very reasonable question because I remember you were concerned with beauty in the dream. There are beautiful templates created by world class designers based dot com. Awesome. I also dream of powerful ecommerce. No, but that's perfect, because there is powerful ecommerce functionality at Squarespace dot com..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"So I'm listening to that and trying to laugh, and that's not working. Wow. I'm trying to putting in so much more labor than I. So then my wife walks out and much like your boyfriend. She gets up and she microwaves herself some kind of drink or something. She microwave yourself. A drink. Okay. And there was a direct object there. She turns around and she's just slowly shaking her head at me. Slow shake. And so I'm giving her the little indication of putting to my watch in like two. There's two minutes of this left. And I'm dreading that two minutes. It's like, what if I hang up now? What if I ate them? I don't know if I can do another few minutes. It was just excruciating. Oh my God, it wasn't that bad for me. I was laughing at my boyfriend reacting and also my boyfriend's a comedy writer. So I think he was partly just insulted. This is the worst kind of cheap laughter ever. By definition. And then so I was laughing at that. I was laughing at what was obviously his disgusted me laughing at it. And then I would laugh at you when I would hear you. But so as a result, like everyone else is going like and I'm going. It just sounds too sincere I think. And we can't leave out that they're repertoire of silly sounds to me. The quacks is not funny to me. It's a sad to me. They'll quack. And so that guy I'm pretty sure Joffrey would join in every now and then. All right. And that is not funny. That doesn't make me want to laugh, that's just makes me feel really sad. Oh, it made me laugh. Not like that's a funny noise, like, this is so good. On the phone. And then I tried to no avail. I tried to start a barking. Yes, I heard the bark. Yeah, I went. And there was just. Oh, dear. Yeah, I tried a few weird nonsense words and stuff, but after a while I wasn't feeling it and all my after as far as it was really uncomfortable. And there were a few singing moments. There was some hi Ho hi Ho. Talk to work ago. And joined in on that a little bit. There was this like implied around. I tried a little bit. We'll say a line than someone else say a line. And I was like, nope. 20 minutes is too long for that. That is a long time, but I think they did model it after the health recommendation, which is the last 15 to 20 minutes a day, which Ross looks like there's something to that. Well, first, tell me, after you would do these things how did you feel? I felt uncomfortable after the phone call after the conference though. I was happy and I felt good and my eyes were sore and my mouth was sore because I was you can only do so much of that. It hurts. You know, people always say like, oh, it takes more muscles to frown than to smile. But that's only if you're doing a really cartoonish showing. I'm dragging my corners of my mind that Sam the eagle. No, it's like Benson and beaker one of them. Oh yeah, beaker definitely has those long extruded mouth. Probably takes more muscles to do that. Sure. But you know, just holding your face kind of in a non reactive state, that obviously takes less muscles. Sure. You were muscles Ross. Thank you. Yeah. That is correct. And so I walked out of that filling a little exhausted, I guess. But mirthful. But after the phone call, you just felt what uncomfortable. Of just world relief that it was over. Okay, but no like you didn't feel that runner's high or anything from endorphins. No. See, okay. Yeah, a little bit. Okay. After the conference, I was on cloud 9, like that was a joy to behold. Totally. But I feel that same way after a lot of our stuff because something will just be so odd that we'll laugh together afterward and I feel about the same. Yeah, yeah. So I don't know if it's the actual physical action of laughing or the act of being amused. So then this morning or both, yeah. So this morning, I did the phone call. I did though. I felt afterward I was like, that was weird and I am amused. But yeah, I feel like as if I've exercised just a tiny bit. Like I've swam a couple laps or something just a little bit of a like. Pep, happiness. Yeah. Feeling a little bit of that. Yeah, okay, good. I think that's the intent, right? Yeah. So there are studies that studies show that this seems to have some efficacy. Seems to be a non controversial claim that laughing can help release endorphins and just free up the airways kind of help you breathe better. That's good for you. Yeah, so the study said, so there were two that we found. There was one that was a pilot study. It only had 6 people in it, so take that with a grain of salt. But that showed that people who had heart problems did find some improvement after they did laughter yoga. And then the other one kind of study was 60 people. Yeah, I study with 60 women, geriatric women who had depression. And that found that they got relief from laughter yoga as well. And it was laughter yoga in particular, not like watching a funny movie. Yeah. So that appears to say, yeah. So that means even if it's kind of forced after it's not, it's not at a punch line to some joke. It's just, I am going to laugh now. Right. So I guess too. The big question is is it worth it to you? There might be some worth here, but you feel kind of insane. Yeah, you know, I would say that you should strive to have laughter in your life. But just, you know, it can come from a normal source, like a funny movie or something like that. But a funny movie last two hours, if you make yourself laugh for 20 minutes, maybe that's a nice little chunk for you. Yeah, maybe. Wow, hang on there, past Ross past Carrie. Yeah, wow, hey. Wow, wow, wow wow wow, this is like that part and Bill & Ted were Bill & Ted show up and Bill & Ted are like, wow, Bill & Ted. Confession time. Oh no. What? I've never seen this. I know. What? It is incredibly high on my what do you mean you've never seen it list? I've never seen Bill & Ted. It's excellent adventure. Oh my God. Do you haven't seen there's three of them? Have you seen any of them? No? Like I know about. I know about so crates and like I've seen clips, like been to people's houses when they're watching it. Oh, wow, okay. So I've seen like little bits here and there, but no,.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Swipe. And there were practicing all this by saying that you can't, when you're talking gibberish, you can't offend people with what you say. Oh, right. And both of you and I kinda look at each other. Yeah. I don't know. You could still make an uncomfortable situation. Oh yeah, for sure. I mean, maybe more uncomfortable 'cause no one can tell you that they're uncomfortable. Right, yeah, what's your safe word in this situation? I guess any English word. You're right. I've broken the illusion. One woman jumped up, a tall. Oh, the blond woman. Yeah, I tell blond woman and she had this down. She was doing. And so she broke the audience into the three natural sections with how the chairs were organized. I would say there were probably about maybe 200 shares and a hundred people. Maybe a little less than a hundred people, but yeah. Okay. Around there. So she would give each of us a fake word that we would yell out together when she would motion to us with our hands. Yes. I can't remember what ours was. You had it down. You had genetically. It was strikingly similar to group threes word, which really confused everybody anything. Oh yeah. Yeah, but we were all busy listening to group two and group three. And then motion so I was like, oh, what was that nonsense? I had it. You did, you had it. Yeah. You correct. But now I don't remember. Okay. Oh yeah, I remember correcting you. You're like I got the last sharpie Ron, and I'm like, arjang rock. I'm sorry. So yeah, we did that chorus, and she was really good at this, and then other people, not quite as talented as her got up, Carrie and I were toying with the idea of jumping up there, but neither of us did. I thought about it. I kept thinking like, Carrie, you should be able to tell a joke without speaking English. Because at one point he invited jokes. And they said this is like an improv session. Terry, you know, knows her improv. Yeah, and I was like, I should be able to do this. I should be able to sell a joke without words, but I still didn't get up there. Okay. Didn't do it. I was mentally preparing myself if for some reason I need to be up there. Right. I was kind of working on. Well, I figured if I did, I would do like a knock knock joke. I'd say like bark burn. Going to the audience and see if that worked. So after, I don't know, it was like 15 minutes of gibberish on, and then he'd talk for a little bit and then another 5 minutes of gibberish. And I missed that cue at one point and I came back and I started talking to Karen gave me this like, oh no. That's right. You spent talking. And I was a fended. You were. Yeah. I was like, I'd really I think I looked at you in horror. Yeah, pretty much. So yeah, we did like three or four of them in a row. And then we.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"At all. Oh, welcome to odo Ross and Carrie. The show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. I'm Carrie poppy. Oh, you know what, though? What? The claims we show up so you don't have to. I'm Carrie poppy. I'm rasp badger. And in this episode, we tell you about our foray into the world of laughter. Yoga. I know what you're thinking. Okay. This is fake. What is laughter yoga ra? Does it involve yoga? Should you bring your yoga mat? Well, you know, we learned from the ethereal society that's not always. Which I kind of knew, but still. Now that yoga means something in the popular culture you'd think they'd be like, maybe we should change this world. Yeah, before we appropriate. Yoga mats. Pants. But this is really about laughter. That's where the emphasis lies. Yeah, so the yoga just means like exercise for health. Holistic exercise for health. But in this case, laughter yoga is sitting around making yourself laugh. With other people. With other people. Which is fine. Usually. Yeah. So how did we hear about this? This has been on our notorious list for a long time. Yeah, no, I don't even remember where we started thinking about it, but I want to read about it and watching a video and just cracking up. Okay. Send itself fun. Until we got there, I thought it was the popular notion of yoga. Yeah, we were leaving from Carrie's apartment, and she said, you think we should bring the yoga mats? I was like, they're not. You're like, no. If we need them, we'll have them, and I was like, what? Okay. So I must have not known too much about it because I just learned about it in these last couple of days. But we wanted to do it before Thanksgiving because Thanksgiving involves things and merv air go. I see the connection. Yeah. Laughter yoga. And there seemed to be groups all over the country and I would assume the world that meet regularly. And it seems like they'll incorporate it as a daily routine or maybe multiple times per week routine. Yeah, so at least one person said that you're supposed to laugh 15 to 20 minutes a day to get the health benefits. Okay. So oftentimes they'll meet up like on a beach and just get together and laugh there and then go off and do other things or they'll call up a phone line. So Ross, there's a phone line that you can call many times a day. Oh yeah. For free. In the morning. Once it like two a.m. for us. Yeah. So you can call and laugh with other people. For a full 20 minutes. Laughter yoga America. Yeah, oh, is that what it's called? Yeah. Okay. With different people leading the various laughter Sessions. And yeah, 20 minutes, which you think, oh, okay, left for 20 minutes. But it's not like they tell a funny joke. Right. Then you laugh, along with them? No. It's just you laugh. You start laughing for no reason. So we actually did call this line, but before we did that. We found an actual conference. It was put on by laughter yoga, America. Yeah, the same group. We got ourselves ready. We took the metro down to the Los Angeles convention center. And I'd been there a number of times before for E three and siggraph, these major tech conferences. And so those are some words. I'm just used to seeing this place bustling with people. And so we kept up and it's like, we don't even know if we can go in. Oh, it looks all shut down. Mobile lights are off. It's one of those situations where you're like, do I walk away or do I try to flag someone down? Yeah, right, do I come and just like ceremonially pull on the back? The empty thudding sound. And so we did, we wandered up and we're like, oh, I guess it was canceled. We're in the wrong spot. And we're just kind of like standing outside of the entrance and we wave at the security guard. And he comes over and you just open the door. It's not locked or anything. It's like hello. He's like, hey, what's going on? Oh, we're here for the laughter conference, and he was very helpful here. Yeah, he had a little sheet. So he's like, oh yeah, that's up on, you know? Yeah, walk into this abandoned building and get in the elevator take it up to the third floor. We took a picture of it. It's so weird to be in that center and have no one in it. It's like being in a train station that's empty. It's like kind of creepy. We wander off, but sure enough, we find, you know, there's noise coming from this one room at a long hallway of all these big conference rooms. There's just one that's inside that are like, yep, this is the right way. And these are all hand drawn signs, you know, like someone's gotten the sharpie markers or something. It's very clear where it is because we were in the right place. Is the right word for this room. It was a student with many. It was bedazzled. A lot of lays. As soon as you walk in, you see there's all these little cutouts and assembled phrases out of words and it's all straight out of a kindergarten classroom. I love these. Including, we love being childlike adults. Yep. Which I ran home and told my boyfriend about because I knew he would hate that. I needed from then on. He would harbor a hatred for all of that for yoga. And I was right. We are fabulous. That's another one. Oh yeah, and of course the classic son with sunglasses on. Oh, totally. Definitely that and butterflies. Stars and flowers and hot air and just like slapped on the wall the way a third grade teacher is like, well, I gotta make it, too. Yeah, yeah, you walk in this room and you're like, I'm gonna learn the alphabet today. And then in the corner of the room, there is the funny hat stand. Oh yeah, and I got all excited and Carrie's like, you probably have to pay for the funny hands. You're right. They're for sale. But they were pretty great funny hats and the funny hat lady let us try them on. She did. Well, that was cool. Yeah, and these are all bright and colorful and the audience matches. We've got all these kind of dayglo colors being worn. And I had a bright blue shirt, so I felt like I kind of fit in. There was this one fellow who had strapped on a hat with curious George. Some kind of monkey. I think it was actually curious George. It looks like you're seeing me. The yellow hat that had like kind of the flaps down the side that you tie under your chin. Yeah, we're using hat loosely. We're like a scarf tight around his head with kiri storage precariously. Yeah, a lot of just silly garb to invoke laughter. We can only assume. Yeah. Good job, guys. And so we walk.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"What are we doing? We're both fake starting. Okay, hello. And welcome to owner Ross and Gary. The show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but we take part ourselves. Yep, they make the claims we show up so you don't have to, I'm Carrie poppy. I'm Ross blacher, and this is the max fun block party. We're all on a street together. Walking up, I'm grilling some vegetables. Court on the car. Come and buy it for $1. That's a pretty good deal. If the code is good, it is, I'm inventing this world, so it might as well be good. So. I just have like a very limited fantasy world. Anyway, the point is, it's the max fun. Which means people are coming to the show for the very first time. Yeah, this is a great time to be exploring all the different shows on maximum fun. Some people are doing crossover episodes. Some people are doing brand new awesome episodes. Some people like us are bringing you one of our classics. And this is a great time to share the show with a friend. Yeah. So if you've been with the show for a minute, maybe you'll share this with Bethany or Timothy or sander or Anderson or Rachel or you thought I was going to jump in there and help out. She keeps saying that. All those people. This is one of our favorite episodes, both of us really love this investigation, had a great time. And why wouldn't we? Because it's laughter yoga. After yoga. So if it is your first time joining us, you don't know that we do investigations. We investigate fringe science, spirituality claims the paranormal, anything that kind of bucks against our traditional understanding of the world as it is. The scientific understanding of the world gives a certain ideas about how things work. And there's a lot of claims out there. People saying, guess what? It actually works a little differently. I can heal you with this magnet or if you follow me, I will show you how to live forever. Exactly. And sometimes those people turn out to be pioneers and sometimes they turn out to just have a goofy idea that they want to share with you. And we like to go into all of these with an open mind that maybe it'll be that pioneer. When we hear about it, we say, oh, cool. Tell us more. Yeah. We want to show up. We want to ask questions and find out what happened. So that's what we did with this investigation. That's what we try to do with all of our investigations. Some of them are really long multi part investigations, so a lot of people really love our Scientology series, our ayahuasca trip to Costa Rica. Also, we do interviews sometimes. Yeah. We've had flat earthers on the show. We've had scientists on the show. We've had many other people I'm not thinking of just those two classes of people flat earth. There's scientists and that's it. Yep, that's exclusively the people that we talk to. Now we talk to people from what you might call them mainstream scientific perspective, and then people who are a little outside of it. And we have a lot of fun, just trying to bridge that gap, talk to everybody the same way. And our show is primarily about these firsthand experiences and just kind of us going in and finding out what we encounter. But then also we do some research afterward and talk a bit about how the science pans out if any studies are mentioned or are relevant to what we're talking about. Also, we look for the fun. And now easy to do when it's laughter yoga. But usually, you know, there's some humor in the situation and hopefully never at the expense of well meaning people. So we are about to send you backwards through time to the distant land of 2014. And actually, 2014 was only three years after we started the show. So it is closer to the birth of our show than it is to today. But I should throw in for our listeners who have heard this episode before. Know that we will be back our present selves. Our 2021 selves. For some brand new advertisements for our wonderful supporting advertisers, but also at the end we're gonna do the same thing we did last time and announce an upcoming event that you can all participate in. It's gonna be fun. So make sure to catch that. Don't think like, oh, well, I've heard this before, at least, check out this new opportunity for us to get together. And do a little bit of laughter. And maybe ask yourself, where was I in 2014? Where was I? It's not as easy as you might think. So laugh for no reason at all. Oh, welcome to odo Ross and Carrie. The show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"You. Should i be wearing closer. Yeah i think you can work clothes or all right all right four minutes. Tell me when to start okay. Ross is rolling on the mat. Ones really around. oh call. you're so stimulated they're both cutting up and checking out. Oh no excuse permanent. No i'm just saying like for for being willing like sure. Yeah eight points for keeps it at folks okay. It was actually. Do you wanna guess how long that was a minute and a half is about fifty second. Okay all right time. Time goes slowly. When you're on the shock demand okay. How about this. We just say every dares for one minute. I'm more reasonable. Okay yeah sure. Do i throw one back in there. Yeah i guess el nino. I don't particularly want it. We'll see what i have to do for one minute. And yeah i get eight points if i do it and if i don't we figure out the math okay. Okay rolled up under neck. No problem okay. So carrie is approaching the matt. She's gonna roll it up spiky side out of course and put it under her neck. The earth's just rolling her. These things are surprisingly sharp. They like plastic. But the second you touch me like whoa this serious okay. I'm mark gets it. Go all right curious laying down. She's feeling optimistic. I do feel on the back of my ears. Curious good about life.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello and welcome to Oh no Ross and Carrie the show where we don't just report on for in science rally and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Yup, and they make the claims we show on to carry poppy and I'm raw spot sure, and this is a little updates and corrections episode. We've been meaning to do that for a long time because it's been a while since we've Enron, we've updated ourselves in corrected ourselves. Well. We do that off and on anyway, so we've released lots of little mini corrections along the way, because whenever relevant and not to off-topic. We like to let you know when we messed up. Set things wrong or just update every body. Right? 'cause there's all. All these little things that continually happened after investigations they never fully leave us. We are left with newsletters. We are left with new bell respondents video obsessions right yet new subscriptions to youtube channels. That's kind of the danger of the show in our format is we cover so many topics and we try to stay kind of tapped into all of them. That's at ten on the danger rating is. Youtube Rabbit Hole! Danger Ratings from all the investigations. Just add them up. You'll probably notice when we get to corrections that a lot of these corrections are like. When did they ever even talk about that bright? I don't remember that it's not important to me well. It was important to someone who emailed us a lot of the Times. It'll be something that we sort of tangents. Head <hes> tangent all. The most dangerous territory when I remember hearing about this thing Blah Blah well anyway. Moving on that's when I get things wrong than when we hear about him, but this is good. We WanNA. Know when we're wrong. There's nothing wrong with being wrong. We're always going to be wrong. Everybody's wrong about things all the time and the way you find out to to get them right in change, you know sometimes people right and say well. You got this thing wrong here you. Are you getting mad? Mad, at other people for getting things wrong. Yeah, the this fine people get things wrong. There's a difference when you're making a claim. That's part of Your Business. Your Job Your profession, your promoting Brung ideas, and there's also another thing where you know you learn, and you stop saying things and say Oh. Sorry, oops! I was wrong about that. I won't get that wrong again. I think. How central is that thing to your point? The theme of whatever you're doing. Quite a bit his. Your whole thing is that you're the world's most supported medical medium. Most supported most backed by the scientific establishment I. Don't know. Maybe you should know what a double blind study is. It's that whole maximum of extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. There's kind of a similar scale there. Where there's a level of importance to the thing you're saying. Yeah, and how much rides on you getting correct anyways. We want to clear the air when we get things wrong so mostly people write very nicely. Yes, that's when we really appreciate that all right anyway. I update and or correction <unk>. So, we cured cove Ed. That's what my notes say. Okay, so this is in relation to our recent homeopathy for covid nineteen class that we took. Yeah, so we offhandedly asked what hydrotherapy is because she kind of went quickly passed that I guess in a slide and we were like what's bad. Things with water. Is that drinking water? What is that? We're going to be bothered? Yeah, there is I mean so much flies by in that class. It's wild, but a few people wrote in or tweeted. Let us know what it is, so we're right. It's using water for pretty much anything. It's a big catch all term for some things varying levels of repute. Yeah, so that's one of the problems is that it's so widely applied that. Up Studies about like a hundred therapies real. Does it work including like using an ice pack? You know like on a sprained ankle as an example of water therapy. Therapy. Okay that works saying well yeah yeah. Agree Fun of the thing that comes to my mind is Charles. Darwin had a water cure that he was really into and Thurston is run. A good cure for Thursday's to drink water. Yes, very good Charles Darwin I didn't find out about this until I saw the two thousand nine film creation with Paul Bet knee playing Charles. Darwin and there was this whole scene where he takes his daughter to this practitioner, and they dumped just tons of water on him, and I'm watching the movie thinking he didn't do that. That's crazy. Turns out he did. He had a series of terrible complaints of all kinds of things going wrong with his body. Body he was vomiting, he had nausea. He had I think headaches and eggs, Emma and just everything was wrong with Charles. Darwin Poor Guy People now think it was maybe some problem with his autonomic nervous system. That's like the system that runs all of your unconscious functioning of your body so newest poor guy. He was miserable all the time, and so he would have like water dumped on him and <hes>. Yeah, he had a doctor trying out the on, and he didn't buy into that so much. Charles Darwin because it was pretty new at the time. anyways. That's what I think. When I think of water therapy, you were saying. Well we've also of course heard. It applied to colonic hydrotherapy, which is right, shooting water up here, but for various reasons, and that's definitely on the less supported by the evidence

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