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Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager

01:23 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Dennis Prager

"Go animals, consumer access to our corporate Adam. Listen for 13 30 equal housing Lender Relations in Alaska, Hawaii, Georgian, Massachusetts, meticulous ethical or Utah. Gong Gong's Carrie Lam has held what she said was the territories return to stability following Beijing's imposition of a strict national security law. Wearing a face mask and flanked by other pro Beijing officials, Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam, attended a patriotic ceremony to watch China's flag being raised above Hong Kong. Elsewhere. The holiday was marked with tension, police said dozens had been arrested for participating an unauthorized protests. Thousands of riot police are on patrol groups were stopped from singing the protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong will others reading the antigovernment newspaper? Apple Daily received warnings. BBC correspondent Celia Hatton Lebanon and Israel, reaching an agreement on a framework for indirect US mediated talks over a longstanding disputed maritime border between those two countries. The talks will be held At the U. N. Peacekeeping headquarters breaking used in analysis a townhall dot com Court has approved a total of $800 million in payouts from MGM Resorts International and its ensures to more than 4400 relatives and victims of the Las Vegas Strip shooting. The deal comes a day before the third anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U. S history. Deal settles dozens of lawsuits and several states with relatives of the 58 people killed in many of the more than 850 injured. They were in an open air concert when a gunman opened fire October 1st 2017 from upper floor windows at the Mandalay Bay resort correspondent Keith Peters. Google will pay Publishers $1 billion over the next 23 years for the news content. Google says it's signed agreements for its news partnership program with nearly 200 publications. The European Publishers Council says it's an attempt by Google to stave off legislation and.

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A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched

Planet Money

09:59 min | 15 hrs ago

A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched

"And so part of the reason that president trump has been able to pace a little taxes at least according to the Times is because his businesses have lost so much money they've lost more than a billion dollars and he. Has, used the carry forward provisions among other things to reduce his tax bill for years and years. You know when you have business losses, it's like you have like money in the tax bank that you can use to pay less taxes in the future. Now, originally back in nineteen eighteen when carry-forward I started if you lost money one year, you could use that loss to reduce your taxes for next year but only for that one year and then a while later Congress said you know what you can carry over losses. For two years then Congress extended it further to fifteen years and eventually congress said you can spread your losses out. You can carry losses forward for as long as you want forever President Trump signed the bill that made that change into law in two thousand, eighteen and Isaac says there are good reasons to have this provision in the tax code it can be helpful for struggling businesses. So on the one hand, you kind of don't want your tax system to bankrupt a viable business just because it has a bad year. Right. So that's one. So it's useful but also but but depending on, you know how clever you are about your investments and how you go about booking what counts as a loss. There's lots of room to kind of gain with creative accounting. It is it is wildly open to abuse. So carry-forward is sometimes a reasonable useful thing and sometimes something that people and businesses abuse to pay less taxes than they should, and there are people at the irs whose job it is to figure out for every tax return that uses this provision you know which is this reasonable or is this abuse but as it says, the funding that pays for the IRS to enforce carry forward rules and the rest of the tax code, it has been cut for years it's been. A pretty substantial. block of the Republican Party in Congress has lined up behind the idea of really depriving the irs of teeth especially, the enforcement arm that that goes after. The rich and just like think about how expensive it can be to audit the taxes of the ultra rich fridge people do not have simple straightforward tax returns. They have a ton of paperwork fancy lawyers in. So look at the story we read The New York Times about the president's taxes right and and it was a picture that they have to assemble by looking at hundreds of different tax returns for hundreds of different entities. Now imagine having to do that for every even for one in ten rich people in the United States right Obviously, it can't be done. Except there's one congressional committee that specifically looks into the super-rich but only in some cases but but. One of those cases use the case of president trump. There was this one paragraph in the time story I mean there were a lot of paragraphs in the time story and a lot of it was interesting but there was one paragraph in particular that really I wanted to understand better. So the paragraph was related to this seventy three million dollar tax refund that Donald Trump apparently got in two thousand and ten and that he and the government are still fighting over. Okay. I'm going to read this paragraph it says quote refunds require. Blah. Blah Blah in opinion of the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation Blah Blah Blah and tax law requires the committee to weigh in on all refunds larger than two. Million dollars to individuals. So what this paragraph is saying is there is a committee in Congress that has to give an opinion every single time the irs is about to send some rich person, a multimillion dollar tax refund as I read this and I thought like why you know what is going on you have questions. So I called Dave Norton he's a corporate lawyer who used to work at this committee, the Joint Committee on taxation, and he told me this is not a normal kind of congressional committee. You know it doesn't right laws. It doesn't hold hearings where lawmakers ask questions that are really more like comments and the joint committee staff is. A non-partisan expert staff of economists. Lawyers. Accountants. So it's like it's like Congress's. Team of tax nerds. That is a good way to put it. Exactly, right mostly the nurse on this committee figure out what different changes to the tax code would mean for the government and for the economy, you know how different potential tax tweaks would work. But a few of them go into work everyday and review giant tax refunds that the IRS is about to send out it's it's interesting because it's so one by one right you don't think of Congress as doing. Anything on like we'RE GONNA get every big tax refund that goes out in America. But that is what they're doing here and I agree it is It is pretty unusual. It might be unique in terms of something that the Congress would get involved with Congress got involved with this back in the nineteen twenties basically because they didn't trust the person who was overseeing the IRS, the Treasury Secretary Andrew Melon. Melon was one of the richest men in America. Also, one of the biggest tax payers in America had all these business interests that he held onto he was treasury secretary, and so congress was like wait you're the boss of the IRS and you owe all these taxes and you have investments and all these businesses that the IRS is supposed to be taxing that seems very shady. You know we want to make sure that you're not just having the irs and you and your pals massive tax refunds. So what we congress are going to do is we're going to pass a law that requires this Joint Committee to review big refunds. Congress basically said tax nerds keep an eye on these rich guys in the refunds, and so here we are almost one hundred years later and the tax nerds. They are still keeping an eye on these guys, and that's why in two thousand eleven trump's refund made its way to this committee. Apparently, the committee reviews hundreds of these refunds a year. So it's you know. Sort of, but there are a couple of things in this case in the case of Donald Trump's giant refund that are unusual. One unusual thing is typically the committee reviews the refunds before they get sent out to tax payers make sense. Yeah. It would think you would think but there is this special corner of the law and it actually applies to sort of the twin Sarah of what you were talking about earlier in the show the twin of the carry forward provision right where you can carry forward losses. The twin is Keri back. Here's how Carrie backwards if you lose money in the year, you're filing your taxes for now instead of carrying those losses forward as you do in carry forward, you can look back to. The past, you can say, look a few years ago. I was making tons of money I was on the apprentice and I paid tons of taxes, and so what I WANNA do is I want to carry my losses from the present back into the past and I want you to give me a refund for all of those taxes I paid a few years ago. Right so that is what president trump in fact was doing in this case when he got this giant seventy-three, million dollar refund and the special provision of the law that applies here is actually something they call a quickie refund and so innocent. Cute little seventy-three, million dollar tax refund and what happens with a quickie refund is the IRS. Okay. We will send you the refund before we've done a thorough evaluation of your claim and you have to promise that. If we ultimately decide that your claim for this refund, not you're going to give us back the money. So that's what happened here. That is thing number one that was unusual to quickey refined I seventy three million dollars. Yes. Okay. So thing number two that is unusual is just how long it has taken to figure out whether the refund was legit. You know whether the president in fact qualified for the refund under the law so Typically. The Joint Committee Clears Clears Refund reviews. In about three weeks maybe a little bit more than three weeks in a kind of standard run of the mill case they've says that some really complicated cases might take a few months to figure out but the president's case is still unresolved and it went to the committee nine years ago years they've says, he never saw anything take anywhere near that long when he worked at the Committee I never saw years Adam okay. So a case that went on for years would be very unusual in your experience. That's fair. Say yes and you know it makes sense that once Donald Trump becomes president trump the case would become exceptional and more complicated and take longer but this was already going on for years before that happened and so it's not entirely clear why it's taking so long. So Okay we've been through what's going on with the president's case, and also where does this weird committee review come from The one last thing I wanted to ask Dave was does it even makes sense to have a special Congressional Committee Review You know individual tax refunds you sort of worked on both sides you you were describing working for clients whose refunds are held up by the committee you've worked on the committee holding up People's refunds as you study them. Do you feel like it's useful? I do think just from a from a revenue perspective the taxpayer gets huge bang for the buck out of the C. T. Refund review process it costs almost nothing to run. It's you know as I said, just a few people and they can be counted upon to spot millions and millions and millions of dollars of potential mistakes. The spotting thing. Hey, look this is this million here million there at this shouldn't be going out for this this this reason

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Fresh "Carrie" from Radio From Hell

Radio From Hell

01:23 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Carrie" from Radio From Hell

"Helping people apply online at Sheng Co dot com slash careers. Now you have a friend in the jewelry. Business music starts in 10 with one hour non stop music wingding on X 96. Mary. I renew my objection of this whole cabin in the woods business. I mean, I don't know how many times I have to tell you. I don't do full nature. Can't we are gonna have so much fun. Three Foxy mamas in the great outdoors. Where are they going to meet a Bigfoot of brawny paper towel man or a leather face. And as you know, two out of the three are my type. I mean the show to be Michelle's pick of San Antonio from last year, I promised my dad I would toward the pace picante factor before he died, so I did it and they dive right away. And now my mom sort of blames me for it. So he has to have a really dull trip. So just so I have this straight. You guys pick an unappealing destination each year and then you just sit around all week. We talk. We make dinners. We play our own original games and the games are gonna be so good. This year we got armpit knee pit toe Pick Mountain Rover scare guesses, but and try not to puke. Dog food edition. Well, those games sound terrible. Only if you don't like dog food. Follow Cary Jackson on Twitter are of age. Carrie, This is radio from Hell on X 96. Okay, 9 19 right now.

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Los Angeles - Local Union 11 Workers Demand Newsom Sign AB 3216

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:12 min | 16 hrs ago

Los Angeles - Local Union 11 Workers Demand Newsom Sign AB 3216

"Crisis is slamming theme park business, particularly Disney, which says it plans to lay off 28,000 employees by November. 1st Hey, CBS's Carrie, who dissect reports from the state Capitol Day, where furloughed workers showed up to urge the governor to sign a bill that would put them back to work. 950 of those employees belonged to the Unite here locally. 11 union Bonnie Gutierrez, who works for the Disneyland Hotel in Orange County, traveled to the state capital to demand Governor Gavin Newsom sign a bill which would allow them to get back on the job. Once it's safe. We have so many people of color being impacted, and when you think of hotels, we have our communities that are Usually lower income communities that are working these hotels, and it seems like way don't matter right now. Pablo A scoop has been a server at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena for 15 years and says he has a lot to worry about back home. Being a moderate in Pasadena had two kids. And I'm unemployed now this card. A Disney official blamed the layoffs on Newsome's quote, unwillingness to lift restrictions that would allow Disneyland to reopen. Meanwhile, California's health secretary said this week the state is working on a plan to reopen theme parks but didn't give specifics. At the state

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Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Little Gold Men

"And then he's done some TV in in England since this is his first film since then and it's really dark and interesting But most of all is Carrie coon who gives dislike show stopping performance as. The wife of a man played by Jude. Law. Who has dragged the family to his native England. And she's kind of realizing the many compromises and two seats of the marriage. And she's just ferocious and she so good and normally in a normal year. That kind of performance would be allotted indie thing. Maybe maybe maybe some critics awards or a spirit award nomination or something like that. But with a much emptier field potentially. And if the movie gets put in front of the right people I, have my fingers loosely crossed for her yeah and I feel like it should be emphasized that there are ton of great movies to choose from for the Oscars like the fact that we're not getting giant. Tenants eligible that other than that. There's not that. Big Movies to choose from but there's so much good that can come from this and they feel like any sense like the Oscars will be empty or they'll have to like scramble to find enough people to nominate this at the echo that thinking there's way too much good stuff. Oh, completely it's just GonNa be like as you said, different a different angle of approach but still a. Of Film and especially in this year not Santa mawkish about it but like I think you know like the stories that that we could find and get invested in have been really helpful. So. At least for me. So yeah well, and the thing that we do, you know it's an empty release schedule in theaters, but Netflix's has a full slate that's coming in. Change there as far as we can tell and neglected to put this on our on our rundown of what's coming but the trial was Chicago seven has been screening for people and I've seen it twice now because I watched it and then showed it to my my boomer and laws who loved it obviously, and I really like to join I. Don't think you have seen in Richard I think you have not yet? No. I have. I'm reviewing it next week for the quick release We should probably not talk about intimacy tell them. We can get into it then, but I do think that kind of emerged Netflix very coordinated and I think a little foolish thing where they made everyone like or they made a lot of people like watch a livestream streams they all watch at the same time and then got the thing that no one can get right now, which is like a big flood of tweets afterwards everyone talking about it all at once. And I think that really worked out for them because it's it's a crowd pleaser than and it played really well even on my laptop. So I think that's a a huge look out for that. We can get into more later it feels. As exciting as it was to have films like parasite in Moonlight Win big big at the Oscars I mean maybe there will be this idea that does the trial Chicago seven you've having seen it confessions of this feel like a throwback to like what? Used to dominate the Oscars and I'm not saying it's better that used to be the case but like maybe there will be like that desire to cling to that. Feel. So Oscar in a way. Yeah it's much more of a classic like moving grownups crowd-pleaser than a lot of other stuff that will be out there this year in..

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Dr. Anthony Fauci: US 'not in good place' as country averages 40,000 cases per day

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci: US 'not in good place' as country averages 40,000 cases per day

"Concerned about Cova 19 cases rising as the weather gets colder. Here's a BCS Sherry Preston. We're not in in a a good good place. place. That's That's what what Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says about about Corona Corona virus virus numbers numbers in in the the United United States States right right now now is is the the time time actually actually to to double double down down a a bit, bit, And And I I don't don't mean mean close close when when I I say say that. that. People get concerned that we're talking about shutting down. We're not talking about shutting anything down. We're talking but common sense type of public health measures that we've been talking about all along. He says he has a real concern in Florida, where Governor Rhonda Santis lifted nearly all pandemic restrictions over the weekend. Carrie Preston, ABC. NEW time. 9

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Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Kap & Company

Kap & Company

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Kap & Company

"They really So well, I guess Kimbrel kind of figured a few things out of its appearance been pretty good. Maybe that's not to shock you, but I don't know. It seems like it's been the recurring theme All year. The Cubs struggles in their bullpen. Mark Keurig. You know who Mark Parraguez is Jean know that this hearing your I leave Mark Eric from the athletic. He's a baseball writer. Bob Melvin says Liam Hendriks is available. It's unbelievable to me. Hopefully his arms toast. Let's go, boys. But as Carrie White Sox beat the guy named Liam Hendriks might be available, But that capital letters guy is unavailable. You like the Jets minus 1.5 today against the could My worst enemies money. I can't say Jets or Broncos, you know, with a clear conscience. Don't take anybody's money. Just give me the 1.5 way. Gotta go, boys. See, Tomorrow there's gonna be crazy. Enjoy the day Danny morphed in America. Hey, did break. Gotta wrap it up. Here. Have a great day, honey. Not back. 7 A.m. tomorrow for what we hope is a celebratory baseball day on both sides and a football Friday. Take that. Take that listening to women in Europe. Go on ESPN 2000 over.

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Reading the tea leaves

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:43 min | 3 d ago

Reading the tea leaves

"Album to own a rousing carry the show where we just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal. But take pride ourselves Yup make the claims we show up. So you don't have to. Carry poppy and finally a hot drinks investigation. That's right. Yeah. So what's in the tea leaves for this investigation? It's funny. You should say it that way because we are or something in the cards investigating hope nope. You were there and then you have the right idiom. Tea Leaves Tea Leaf reading my goodness. They still do that sort of a feels like something from bygone era totally. Yeah. So people used to do this to read your fortune you get loose leaf tea put it in a cup swish it around turn it a certain way and the way those tea leaves fell told Jim Things about your future or your past there's even an autograph named for this task theocracy. Reading tea leaves. So if your name is Tassie Take Note Aka Tassio Mansi Oh. Okay. So AMAS Tassie. But you're Mansi. This has been around for a long time in various forms goes way back the idea that you drink your tea but you know you do it with all the loose leaf plant matter in your debris, right? Yeah. t debris not like these nice little treatise. Not, that you like. Dunk one of these Handy Dandy little teabags that we now it's Lipton tea or something come on let's be clear and then afterwards will not be. You've got these dregs at the bottom and what are you gonNa do with them just throw them out. No learn the future from them why not turn trash into treasure your on at tank you. Good So. So yeah the ideas then after you've drunk your tea hot drinks. Then, you swirl around what's left and it forms these images that you can use either like a symbol dictionary or maybe you've assembled your own Interpretations Yeah Oga Point I bet that's where this came from kind of looking at the clouds and saying it's a bunny and that means that I'll get a bunny. That's that's my God is that this is kind of an invocation of payroll. Yeah. Oh, we have kind of random splatter pattern. Let's use that to read our own subjective messages into it. Paradise is the known psychological phenomenon where we see something that looks even vaguely like it could be a face or. Anything that might threaten US or in have agency. We will see that. Yes. So that is the first thing we'll see and even if it. Looks like. Face on Mars. Just under the right grainy settings. Is Selective angle of lighting yeah. We'll make out that face or we'll make out that eagle or whatever it may be. My favorite example is the front of a neon car just naturally looks like it's smiling at you. Oh. Yeah right yeah. There are certain cars I'll follow behind like Oh. That looks like a happy old man right car and it's interesting how many place names come from certain geographical features that look like. Something like Eagle, rock near US air is Iraq the mail in profile Kinda looks like an eagle. Yeah. To us. Would it look like an eagle to a cat or a pigeon? No one asks them because they have different ways a sensing the world. But in this case we've got tea leaves in a teacup someone looked at them and yeah, I, would I would guess said, Oh, you know what I see a sword. That means your life is threatened right? It certainly doesn't mean I need to clean up this cup. Eventually. Hopefully, the cup gets cleaned. And people done this with coffee as well. Oh. Really. Okay which. With the grounds probably have grounds for prophecy there. Yeah boy I never really thought about how this is really just an excuse for being very sloppy, Cook. Well, it's clean up afterwards but yeah, and it seems like people have like their preferred types of tea which plants they're using. But we we've got a couple options here and we lefty E.. We also found out that you can order a tea leaf reading without even drinking tea. Absolutely. You can have someone else drink for you or say that they did. And give you a reading. Someone is available to do that. So actually this happened back when we had our episode about the Emergency Tarot reading this is back in early July night we sent out a bunch of things we signed up for various at sea stuff and I've just had in the back of my mind this whole time that I have tea leaf reading in my inbox that I haven't even read a- from July. Okay. So we'll get to double dip this particular teabag because if it applied to in July or if it applies to be now, oh, right. Impress war if she or he or they said something specific about what would happen immediately following the reading. Test exactly I sent you the deal that I had used when I did the search tea leaf reading or t reading, and then I realized I had actually bought three tea leaf reading. So Geez at the same time. So from different vendors. Yeah. I. Still haven't read them I'm excited to find out what these different tea leaf readings said about me. Okay. So let's place bets. Do you think of the four tea leaf readings? We've got three for you. The one for me do you think any of them will include a picture of the actual t they supposedly drank? I would love that I'm going to guess no, I'm going to guess no as well. That would be cool. It seems like. A basic thing in this world of cell phones if you're going to all that trouble of making tea, drinking it for me and looking at the shapes that came thereby that you would take a

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Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:11 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carrie" discussed on Morning Edition

"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly, Congress and the White House of Wooded a partial shutdown of the federal government last night when the Senate passed a short term spending bill and President Trump signed it hours before the deadline. NPR's Kelsey Snell reports. The short term spending bill would keep the government open through December. 11th. The stop gap was relatively noncontroversial as lawmakers sought to avoid a shutdown before the election. Corona virus Relief is now the only major legislative gold remaining for Congress ahead of the election in November. Talks are still ongoing, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury secretary of Steve Mnuchin, vowing to continue to work towards a deal. In the meantime, the House is expected to vote this week on a $2.2 trillion relief package written by Democrats. This bill is an attempt to reestablish Democrats priorities, including another round of direct payments and a renewal of the $600 in weekly federal unemployment benefits that expired in July. Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington United and American Airlines say they're furloughing 32,000 employees beginning today, the airlines and their unions say they need billions more in Corona virus relief aid from Congress to meet payrolls and sharp drops and travel. New York City's public schools are welcoming back the last of their students for in class learning. Today, they've been doing remote instruction for six months because of covert 19. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is morning edition on W. N. Y C in New York at 8 31. Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan. And as you just heard, some New York City middle and high school students are lining up for their first day back in class right now. They make up the last group to be phased back into in person instruction in classrooms, WN, Y says. Jessica Gould is at high Bridge Green Middle School in the hybrid section of the Bronx. She joins us now. Good morning, Jessica. Hi, Carrie. So, what is it looking like there this morning? So we're seeing some of what we've been seeing for the past week and a half, you know, since pre K started the, uh, this is spraypainted footsteps and kids lining up on the footsteps to go in, Get their temperatures check. The principal is outside reading them, He says. He's so relieved to have students coming back into the school. Andi, I'm being hit with their masks. Some have had to get a reminder to pull it all the way up. So that's the scene outside. Have you talked to any families or students? I mean, what are people telling you? I'm hearing what I've been hearing for the past week. Now, you know, this is the third and hopefully last first day of school, you know, I'm hearing a mix of anxiety and excitement. Ah, lot of students are happy to see their friends. I talked to one who was really excited. Go to the gym in the school. But at the same time I talked to a student girl who was concerned about what it would be like to wear a mask all day and whether other kids will be doing that as well. So what else will you be looking for? Today? Well, One thing that we know is that they're still concerns about whether there's enough staff at middle and high schools. The union president of the teacher's union, Michael Mulgrew, says. That's still an issue and so we'll be looking across the city and want to hear from listeners. About whether they're schools have the staff they need and just their experiences generally. Okay. W N Y C. Is Jessica gold? We'll be checking in with you later. Thanks so much. Thank you. Well. The Yankees beat the Cleveland Indians 10 to 9 last night, and they won the American League wildcard. Siri's Thegame was the longest nine inning game in major league history of four hours and 50 minutes.

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The Air Force Struggles With Diversity. Can The Space Force Do Any Better?

All Things Considered

04:44 min | 5 d ago

The Air Force Struggles With Diversity. Can The Space Force Do Any Better?

"The newest branch of the military just promoted its first female three star general. The US Space Force also recently appointed the nation's first all women space operations team. Top space force leaders say gender and racial diversity is a core part of the mission. But his Colorado public Radio's Dan Boyce reports, some female veterans are skeptical. First Lieutenant Kelly McKay serves with the all female Space Operation Squadron stationed at Schriever Air Force Base near Colorado Springs, The squadron command's one of the country's GPS satellites. I obviously never gotten work on all female crew for these were women that I've I wanted to work with their close friends of mine and co workers. The work of the space force is almost entirely digital Space Force members operates satellites and other national space assets from computers down on Earth. Lieutenant McKay says an all female squadron makes a bold statement for the military's news branch. I'm hoping that women will see that they have more opportunities, and they might have realized growing up as long as they're actively seeking out the women to come there. They have a great opportunity to be the the service that leads the way Don Christensen is president of the nonprofit Protect Our Defenders. The group focuses on reducing discrimination in the military. The space force grew out of the Air Force last December, Christensen says It's continuing the airforce tradition of a better gender balance than the other branches. But he worries the space force could continue another worrisome course when it comes to racial disparity there force with worst in analyzing military data Person's sins team found black airman 70% more likely than their white peers to get court martialed or receive other punishments. The air Force is own data shows that trend getting worse in recent years. Nevertheless, in just the last few months a couple of milestones confirmation of the first Black Air Force Academy superintendent and then the first black Air Force chief of staff General Charles Q. Brown Jr. Here's Brown's own candid assessment of the challenges ahead. I can't fix centuries of racism in our country, nor can I fixed decades, discrimination may have impacted members of our Air force. How much to make of these nominations depends on who you talk to. While we're very proud of gentle brown. It's It's so even Pacheco is a recently retired air force commanding officer. Photo op Shea. We like, like people. We like minority. Yea, we promoted on so don't complain anymore, okay? And we're like, Okay, So what? We want to see his action. What policies? Are you going to drive? What changes? Are you going to drive? She argues the ways to report discrimination in the space force are all inherited from Thie Air Force. And if you don't restructuring I honestly I don't. I'm not sure that you'll be able to restructure. I don't know. I just think they might continue get away with it. Unfortunately. Pacheco says As discrimination charges work their way up the chain of command senior officers often suppress reports to avoid looking bad themselves. They're going to be shaped to encourage honest communication, the space force's chief diversity and inclusion. Officer Carrie Baker says They've already placed heavy emphasis on developing open minded leaders and pushing them to learn about unconscious biases, even to the point where one should be careless enough to Speaks to their leadership about concerns that they have without concern of retribution. Baker says. The space force has targeted outreach initiatives to recruit women and people of color. Keep your eye on us. We're going to make you proud Tanya would nightie professional. They're working for the department defense for about 20 years, Tanya would lives in San Antonio, Texas. For years, she worked as an Air Force intelligence analyst, a job similar to the desk bound rolls found in the space force today would who's Black says misogyny and racism were rampant? Not getting a fair seat at the table, having to prove myself constantly having to prove my technical ability Trying to prove how smart I am. If if you will constantly challenged by my male colleagues, she's pleased to hear about that new all female space force team. She's still not sure it's a sign of systemic change. She compares the all female crew to the Tuskegee Airman, Those heralded black fighter pilots from World War two. That was an experiment. But was it sustainable? You know, do we still have that level of diversity? Now? She wonders if the space force doesn't address fundamental challenges involving race and gender. Will those experiments ever lead to anything beyond history? Making headlines for NPR news? I'm Dan Boys in Colorado Springs.

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Amy Coney Barrett front-runner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | Last week

Amy Coney Barrett front-runner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Is narrowing a short list of candidates to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports. Women dominate the list. Sources familiar with the process tell NPR that Amy Cockney Barrett Barbara logo and a mole for par are being seriously considered by the Trump administration. President Trump could announce his choices Early is Monday or Tuesday. Barrett is the front runner for now, the sources say she's a judge on the federal appeals court for the seventh Circuit and was a finalist during the last high court vacancy. Barbara Logo is a Florida native and a Cuban American who could energize Latino voters this fall and a multi part of Kentucky sits on the appeals court for the sixth Circuit. He's a favorite of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Trump says Republicans should move on his nominee without DeLay. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington

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Barr Criticizes Prosecutors, Makes Incendiary Comments On Slavery And Pandemic

All Things Considered

01:09 min | Last week

Barr Criticizes Prosecutors, Makes Incendiary Comments On Slavery And Pandemic

"Attorney General Bill Bar is not known for mincing words. But his remarks at a Constitution Day celebration last night are reverberating far beyond the walls of the Justice Department. Bar, criticized his own prosecutors and made incendiary comments about slavery and the Corona virus pandemic with us to talk about what theater knee general said, is NPR, national justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. I carry high there. Let's start with bars. Comments on lockdowns over Copan 19. What did he say about that? A member of the largely conservative I ins last night asked bar about restrictions on attendance at religious ceremonies because of the Corona virus pandemic. The attorney general pointed out that his Justice Department has been sending letters to state and local governments about religious freedom. And then he started talking about proposals for a national stay at home order. Let's take a listen. Other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Now, the reaction of those comments was Swift. The highest ranking black lawmaker in the House of Representatives, Jim Clyburn, called those comments by bar among the most ridiculous tone deaf and awful things he's ever

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Tie for top prize at Academy of Country Music Awards – a first

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:33 sec | Last week

Tie for top prize at Academy of Country Music Awards – a first

"Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rats are making history of this year's Academy of Country Country Music Music Awards. Awards. For For the the first first time time ever. ever. The The two two artists artists tied tied in in the the entertainer entertainer of of the the year year category category at at the the awards awards show show Underwood Underwood and and Wreck Wreck share share the the owner owner and and accepted accepted their their awards awards on on stage stage at at the the Grand Grand Old Old Opry. Opry. A A woman woman has has not not won won the the award award since since Taylor Taylor Swift Swift won won it it back back in in 2012. 2012. Underwood has won entertainer of the year twice before in 2009 and 2010. This is Retz. First win in the category that

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Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett tied at the ACM Awards, and people are not happy

Mojo In The Morning

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett tied at the ACM Awards, and people are not happy

"Morris and Luke combs taken home big wins? Merrin Bra home he no artist of the year unused event of the year. Luke claimed male artist of the year and album of the year. Blake Shelton Old Dominion Dannon say also taking home trophies Keith urban was hosting. This is the show that was originally supposed to happen in Las Vegas back in April. They delayed it a few months in a surprise twist last night Carrie Underwood and Thomas. Rhett tied for entertainer of the year. We have a tie. This this is got to be a first in history. I'm sure I don't know but I'm going to guess how they did it by the way. Spike. Didn't do it virtually they did it where they just. Came backstage and actually much better than the virtual through container of the year. Award Thomas Rhett Oh my goodness. Gracious. He was first and then Carrie underwood gave a speech. No social media was not happy about this tie the first time. Again, this has ever happened between two artists tweets like of course, they had to make the ACM awards entertainer high and make sure a man still one couldn't let a well deserving hardworking woman have this year on her own over this spit. Everything another tweet said participation trophy generation at its finest. Next up, we'll be a world series tie were both teams win but you have to realize country music. It really is still boys game. So it's infuriating to a lot of country fans that women don't get properly represented in the genre as a

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Tie for top prize at Academy of Country Music Awards – a first

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tie for top prize at Academy of Country Music Awards – a first

"A big night for the country Music world last night. It was a virtual event this year, but the Academy of Country Music Awards aired live from the Grand Old Opry House and host Keith Urban seem to be caught off guard by the entertainer of the Year award. Way have a tie. This must. This has gotta be a first in icy in history. I'm sure the winners of that award involved in the Thai were Carrie Underwood and Thomas Red. And you're listening to use a radio news.

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Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett tied at the ACM Awards

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett tied at the ACM Awards

"Talk about the ACM awards from last night for the First Time in ACM award history. The award for entertainer of the year went to to Artists Carrie underwood and Thomas Rhett. So Keith urban was like a little flabbergasted. He was hosting the whole show and they basically summed it up, carry summed it up by went twenty twenty man I mean really what else can you say

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Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

"And they've tapped a big star to play. Joe Biden tell you something late night sketch comedy made Jim Carrey a star on in living color. Now he's taking his talents to Saturday Night Live where he'll be playing Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture that Carrie will play the role for all of season. 46. Biden has previously been played by other guest actor as you know Better. Jason Sudeikis and Woody Harrelson. The new season of Saturday night Live kicks out from its studio in Manhattan, October 3rd, Jason Nathan's and

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Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett Tie for Historic ACM Entertainer of the Year Win

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett Tie for Historic ACM Entertainer of the Year Win

"Started laughing when he read the winner of the Entertainer of the Year award at last night's Academy of Country Music Awards because for the first time it was a tie. Both Thomas Rhett and Carrie Underwood won that award. Retz reaction was what is happening right now. While Underwood's reaction Wass 2020 man, there was no audience because of the pandemic. The members of Old Dominion accepted their awards with masks, son but assured people they were smiling underneath. Maren Morris accepted the female artist award by mentioning her husband, her baby and the fact that she really had to go to the bathroom. All right. We're

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Rhett, Underwood tie for ACM entertainer of the year

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rhett, Underwood tie for ACM entertainer of the year

"There was a surprise at the academy of country music awards on CBS two winners for entertainer of the year I marches are a letter with the latest Thomas Rhett and Carrie Underwood tied for entertainer of the year they accepted to no applause there was no audience because of the corona virus pandemic Underwood told fans to sit tight until everyone can tour again you guys hold on it will happen thinking I'm just just hold the line Aaron Morris one for female artist Luke combs one for male artist Old Dominion won the Group Award

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Woman killed in Boston elevator accident identified as Carrie O’Connor

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Woman killed in Boston elevator accident identified as Carrie O’Connor

"Of an an elevator elevator involved involved in in that that deadly deadly crash crash accident accident in in Allston Allston might might result result in in some some answers answers about about how how a a young young woman woman was was crushed crushed to to death death inside. inside. Carrie Carrie O'Connor O'Connor was was a a lecturer lecturer at at Boston Boston University and yesterday she was just moving into our new apartment when the accident happened. Neighbor Llegan scores, Oni says another resident had just helped O'Connor load a large box into the elevator, and they heard screams like he thinks happened was she either trying to put the box on Four went on with box and the box was calling up to hit something and that started moving and she either panicked and went to jump off or panicked and didn't stay on. O'Connor had a PhD in French studies. She was due to lecture at BU this semester. Medical examiner ruling her cause of death as traumatic asphyxiation. 1 36

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Boston University teacher killed in elevator accident

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston University teacher killed in elevator accident

"Police have now identified the victim in a deadly elevator accident in Allston apartment building. 38 year old Carrie O'Connor, a fulltime lecturer at Boston University, was killed. While trying to load a large package either onto or off the ancient elevator at her home on Commonwealth Avenue

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ACM Awards brings live performances back to TV amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

ACM Awards brings live performances back to TV amid pandemic

"The academy of country music awards will be held Wednesday in Nashville after the April ceremony was delayed because of the corona virus pandemic emerges are loaded with the latest just church Carrie Underwood Luke combs Luke Bryan and Thomas Rhett square off for ACM entertainer of the year the show will be broadcast from three national venues with plenty of social distancing to kneel town says she's glad the ACM's found a way the show must go on the music must happen Ryan meanwhile will miss sharing dressing room so I'm kind of known as the dressing room bartender I'm always got my little cooler was not with my favorite stuff and everybody you know drink sama spirits

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ACM Awards brings live performances back to TV amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

ACM Awards brings live performances back to TV amid pandemic

"The academy of country music awards will be held Wednesday in Nashville after the April ceremony was delayed because of the corona virus pandemic emerges are loaded with the latest just church Carrie Underwood Luke combs Luke Bryan and Thomas Rhett square off for ACM entertainer of the year the show will be broadcast from three national venues with plenty of social distancing to kneel town says she's glad the ACM's found a way the show must go on the music must happen Ryan meanwhile will miss sharing dressing room so I'm kind of known as the dressing room bartender I'm always got my little cooler was not with my favorite stuff and everybody you know drink sama spirits

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Callback. Okay. So I had to follow a video. So just basically there's like a how to video on their site and you go to the site and you say, hi I got my kit. Here's the number on my kit I'm about to do it right now. You have to be ready to a right then. Oh, interesting. Okay and then they walk you through it with this video that you're supposed to be watching concurrently. Ask You do like a live agent there to monitor this is prerecorded video in this case Okay. But I think they wanted to not rely on your memory of when this happened and. How you follow the instructions. Exact. Three quarters of an inch up your nose, and by the way this is kind of how the Oldfield That's the kind of thing I'd forget now. Sure. Yeah. So you watch concurrently, you do that nasal swab you break the stick in half and put it in a fluid. And then seek it only backup. Yeah. I. Think I did have to shake it and they said you have to also be ready to drop it off that day on this case ups sure this is time sensitive. Yes, and they said do not drop it off on a Saturday or Sunday so you have to pick money Friday, and be ready dropping off that day. So you need to also know when is the last pickup time for my ups so this does take a little bit of planning. Yeah. So My test was on July twenty seventh I got results on July thirty first. So four day turnarounds. Okay. Decent decent quicker when you do an in person. Found but you always WANNA bring those windows down as far as possible because it becomes less useful if you find out a week later, I'll talk about my first Cova test but if it's a week later, well, then you now no one week ago you didn't have it right? Right right? Yeah if you did well shoot. Right you've got a week without that useful knowledge right and if you didn't well, then well, maybe I do now for a new test if you're symptomatic, are you worse and if you aren't cinematic, what does that mean now? Exactly. Yeah. So but for days decent and especially good for never having to leave your house. I think. Okay. So vaults, I ordered this one also on June twenty ninth I took the test on. July. Eighteen this was interesting in this case I. Spat in a tube and I had to be connected to a live nurse on the site. Oh. They wanted to kind of monitor you. Yeah I think pretty much all of these will have some version of that survey. They want the closest thing to someone watching over you. In this case, it was a real person. So but I got to talk to her which was kind of fun she was in like Kentucky or something and. How many of these day and she said Oh up to forty as. Long. Yeah. She said it's cool people from all over the country. In some cases the world and I said is everything crazy where you are and she said, no, it's okay. So this one was also a ups drop off they actually said you could drop it off the next day without one Hogar that was interesting. So I dropped off on July twenty eighth got my results three days later. Okay. On July thirtieth. Good. Yeah. Pretty good and I assume you're not bearing the lead on any of these also very sick. All of these so far have come back negative. Okay. Knock on wood hopefully true negative hopefully, but we don't know and so I'm continuing to be careful. Yes. Good. The third one as I mentioned is Pixel. So this is the one I haven't done yet or you're going to do it now live now because you. Lady from Kentucky Well, if you were a nurse that's true. Are you nurse? What's your nursing license carried? Check my credentials. Exposed I'm not even from Kentucky I'm sorry. That was that was a lie to your big credential. So Pixel by LABCORP. These people get you your test so fast. Yeah. It's a pretty colorful box. So I have to from them they were both free in both cases they charged Kaiser. And in both cases, they came in under twenty four hours. Okay, they're all about speed. Yeah they're super fast but I haven't done them yet. So I thought you might want to take a look at it. So we've got this box about the size of two of those homeopathy first aid kits you open it up. It's dark gray kind of looks like a subway diagram or something with colorful stripes opened up pixel by labcorp important information register online please remember register your kit before collecting a sample like an unblock. Yeah, instead of in boxing audio of Humphrey, go fit test carry exciting. You've come to own Ross and Carrie. You know how to have a good time. Okay. Shows you what the kit includes. Hey, this is exciting has one biohazard specimen bag that is exciting. We've got a saline collection tube, a foam swab, one pixel box, the registration card and the Fedex return pack. ooh Fat X. This time. Yeah. Get it to him right away I wonder how many people like do it right outside the Fedex office why just for an extra sense of immediacy break off the swab in the thing, shake it up put it in throat at the Fedex Guy Run? I would be surprised if many do because this is one where you do have to connect online to a person. Everything is very nicely labelled. That's the tears zone. This is where you rip the thing off. Good Teddy goodson specimen only freeze refrigerate room temperature. Okay. They they've got will check boxes there. Yeah. Okay. This very official and it reminds me of the kids that I've interacted with. This is very nice. Gary Very thorough congratulations. Thank you so much as a Qr Code, on the whole sample container everyone loves a Qr Code they've got a bar code as well Qr Code Barcode. All the marks of the beast are there He doesn't mean any doesn't mean. Goodness. I've referenced my crazy cousin, Catherine many times on this show she lives in Idaho one of the reddest of the states she used to live here in California but she moved out to be with like minded people and Omega she posts so much about how this is all fake or right now people are latching onto they'll pick one little. Statistic that they can bend to their needs and it'll be like, oh, now they're telling the truth we believe this one because we can take it out of context. So the latest one is the CDC was saying, okay..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:48 min | Last month

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Welcome to an arrest and carry the show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims that the paranormal but take pride ourselves up when they make the claims we show up. So you don't have to our Moss Blecher Carrie poppy and it's Ross watchers birthday. Happy Birthday. Thank you thirty eight. Now you did it three eight orbital completions around the sun. Blue before we get to off topic. We should. We should talk about Max Fund drive. Because of this, all went as planned. You're probably getting this episode on the last day of Max Fund drive. Because, Friday's last day. Right. I. Think. So I think they allow you to go into Saturday I. Think you're grandfathered in. It'd be grandchild in if you go through the through the weekend after well, it's not too late. That's what we're saying. You can still support us, and now is a great time to do that speaking of which we just got an update on our maximum drive totals excellent. I haven't heard it yet. So you're hearing me here it for the first. Okay. For our show for new and upgrading members. At three, thousand, two, hundred, seventy, three, oh, excellent, which means we get to kick off the Bob. Lars Exorcists. Series Yeah it's not just excellent. I like it. So we're not anywhere close yet to the McCain me manner people are like, Oh, I don't know maybe rushing to do. So I don't know what are you willing to say if we get to four thousand that we have to go? Yeah, that's that's exactly what I was. GonNa say maybe we put up some polls let our listeners decided. If we do the same thing, it's like one mind I was just thinking the same thing leave it up to them. So for all of your like I don't want to go and die traumatized for life. Yeah. You'll get say and we can do something else disgusting. Carry, doesn't think so oh about. Whatever. Soup. In salty soup, it's a little gummy. But if you took a salty soup, you're expecting any of your words to have an effect on my perception. This is supposed to sound better. A salty soup. Sperm is. Like cornstarch. Lake maybe. Half, a teaspoon of cornstarch. Like you know and then. Two Years Burma amount and then it's yes it's just like a sorta to Latin is salty sue it's fine having fun. It's. You're. GonNa, love it well, whatever your motivation please help us out. Now this is a great time and helps make this podcast possible and we're so thankful to everyone who has upped and supported us. Yeah. We know this is a really tough time to time for all of us and been asked to make sacrifices for the common good. We know that some people those sacrifices are huge, but at its best Max fund drive. Is a demonstration of what we can do when we come together So we're trying to celebrate that right now absolutely and Max von and easy. You just visit maximum fun dot org slash joined. You'll see all the different levels and the thank you gifts that we can offer with each level and you'll get all that great bonus content y'all to the library of bonus content is massive library of Congress at this point don't. Quote me but it's just five dollars a month to get into that sweet library. Your Library at home is probably closed right now but you can get into the Max Fund Library and just as much information and a ten dollars a month you get to choose which Cool Amel Pin you get from your favorite show, ours is very good and you'll join the pin sales.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

08:03 min | 4 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 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 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 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 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 end of the spectrum. Then I guess homeopathy, itself is a form of hydro therapy. Yeah, totally thinking the waters got this amazing power to heal. Yeah, because it has a memory speaking of which someone pointed out very aptly that really. Really more than water, even call. You're talking about the memory of sugar pills. Because essentially they're taking that water. The we've talked about all the difficulty that goes into the cussing it and all of that and they're just a drop of it on the sugar pill that supposed to be the storage medium to hold all right. Really's sugar has a memory G, Shea, there you go so about shocking tally, Siberia. This is a big one very best. FRIEND UPDATES here, boy! Okay well. She did not like the episode. She didn't like it while she was in it. And, then she gave him the Levitt, and now she's a big fan of the show. Hi, chocolate tally! That's not true so immediately. She said about online to subterfuge the episode and our podcast, and all of these efforts that we make so here's what none happen. First of all listener Mike saw the plank. She was walking across in the famous walking on water video. I can't believe I didn't actually bother to look. I guess my subconsciously is like they didn't leave the plane visuals. Who would be so sloppy and Lazy I wasn't looking for it either, but yeah, there's this video of her miraculously walking on water on Youtube them very cleverly. Whoever was editing this together at least distracted from the moment where you can see the board that she is walking on, that is just under the surface of the water as it goes back towards the shore. That's when you see it crest above the water, so it's right behind her and instead of. Using MOCHA and editing it out or something like that, instead they put this big flourish of light that Kinda shined on shocking Tali, and then moved screen left hopefully to distract you for just the two or three seconds that the board is visible. Why not just cut that out? USE THAT POV? If you don't know how to a match, move in a race aboard at least just cut it out. That means someone shooting the video new, so there are more people in on this Gimmick Oh. Yeah layers of dishonesty. teed well. Listener Mike Thought to actually look and see if he could see the board whereas I was just like. There's no way I know. And then both of us fell guilty like Oh. Why did we not actively look for the board that we assumed was there right? You can see her walking the way you would walk trying to balance a balance beam..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:30 min | 4 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 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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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

12:19 min | 6 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello Welcome to oh no Ross. And Carrie the show where we don't just report on for in science spirituality claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves. Yup when they make the claims we show up. So you don't have to carry poppy inaugural spotter. We are inside indeed. I haven't seen you for a while. How you doing L. Things are asking. I'm okay you know I'm okay. How are you actually? I can't complain too much. I'm hold up at home. We are staying home from work so right now in case you're listening to this in the future. This is a time of pandemic. Yeah the covert nineteen outbreak. So we're taking a little break from our conscious life expo coverage to share some things relevant to our show and the kind of news that we cover related to corona virus. And this one is a long one. This might be our longest episode ever yeah. Nothing's wrong with your phone that it says this is whatever three hours or we just gathered a lot of material we thought. Hey let's do the Joe Rogan experience version of Rawson Kerry. We are here with you and your ears as your hold up in your home so neither of us is sick. Knock on wood. Yeah I had been sick. Yeah at the end of February around the twenty second because I remember as I was starting to work in the polls I was feeling under the weather scaring the fear of God into all of us and I did end up going to the doctor. They're still no test kits at this point and I went to the doctor on the ninth of March. She wanted to see. If I had had fever I hadn't that's one of the most common signs and like eight percent of cases normal healthy temperature But I had had a cough anyways. There was enough where I thought well. What if I'm one of those people who don't have strong symptoms but I'm a typhoid Mary right so she assured me but again there was no tests? Have been nervous about that. I'd taken a couple of days off of work as a result and now I may okay and I'm well past the infectious period. Anyway even if I was so yeah. We're we're not sick. I mean obviously I'm worried for everybody his immuno-compromised and everyone who's older. But I also I'm kind of worried for everybody's mental health such such a dour time. This is a a huge change for society. I was just thinking about kids growing up in this. This is going to be something they always remember. Oh man remember that time. We stayed home from school for weeks. Maybe months I don't know how this is going to shake out and people are going to say. Hindsight is twenty twenty so much. That's the real problem. They always ask. That's GonNa wear on your mental mental steadily. And I'm going to be reminded of that the way. I said trump twenty sixteen. Oh right listening. Tobacco episodes like okay. Okay they always forgive me they always write in and say it's okay Kerry. It's okay because they do. I would feel bad and I do so We've also delayed. Maximum Fund drive. Yes Max van decided to waylay that for a little bit and we thought well it's still give them something special so that means there will be no ads today because already been cleared aside normally. We'd be reminding you about why we're so special important in your life and you should support us and by all means you still can at maximum fund dot org slash joining. We're GONNA be talking about this. Maybe you're trying to avoid corona virus news in your life but hopefully we can give you some kind of fun alternate viewpoints. There are a lot of people. Listen to us who already have Mobility challenges and reasons that they don't get to be out of the House of Bunch So I feel like this is kind of a moment when we get to reflect on those listeners as well and how vital they are two are listening community. This is such a such a personal platforms. Such a personal way to relate to people through their ears and we did have one conference that we were going to go to this weekend and it got cancelled as it should be yes. That is a wise thing to do. And the social distancing has now entered the lexicon now. We're all kind of aware of that. I feel like it's giving a whole new meaning to the The idea of cancel culture gets cancelling the virus. Oh that is a much better version of games local. Yes so what is corona virus? Ross okay so Ross is not a scientist neither am I. I'm not but I've been reading lots of articles like everybody. We try to model curious ignorance. Well so Take us for what we are in terms of our experience levels twelve But Yeah I say corona virus just because it's I dunno flows off the tongue better but the technical name is Kovic. Nineteen short for corona virus disease. Twenty one thousand nine hundred. It's caused by SARS C. O. V. Two which is a novel strain of coronavirus virus initial reporting was saying that it came initially from a bat in the Wuhan District of China though. I've recently read that. It may have come from Penguin. Let's a Pangolin. It's All this really interesting creature. One kind of looks to me like an Armadillo. I don't know if it's related at all but yeah I saw buddy really cute. There's a really sad practice of eating rare animals. Right would be interesting. If some poor little Pangolin who was eaten by someone who shouldn't have been eating them has brought down our whole economy out man so corona viruses in general. They're called that because they have all these little protein projections sticking out of them that look like the corona of a will of crown to what the name means or corona of the Sun. Say you're saying Corona viruses in general because there's like the flu. There's the concept of the flu but there are actually many flu viruses run their own. Special name is a family of viruses and so there are other corona viruses that we've heard of before they cause upper respiratory tract illness and I've been following daily the world dominator website. They've got a running statistic. We're looking at almost two hundred thousand cases of Corona virus and almost eight thousand deaths. How many survivors do we have their? Those who have recovered. Eighty two thousand okay. So there's many cases that are currently being treated exactly last time I checked. We're at one hundred nine deaths in the US so growing and compared to previous pandemics right. Now it's pretty small but there's a measure called the are not Anthony. People you'll in fact if you have it right exactly on average so that infectiousness rate is two point five four krona virus as compared to the one point five of regular influenza two point zero of Ebola SARS is three point five measles to give a really high example sixteen. Oh Jesus knows that bad and it also survive on surfaces along time Ryan three hours especially metal. I believe yeah so. It's good to wipe down surfaces with alcohol frequent hand washing the CDC recommends. If you do use hand sanitizer make sure has at least sixty five percent alcohol content. Yeah it's important to know about the surface thing because I've heard a few people say well as long as I'm not touching other people if I go to the movies or whatever. What'S THE HARM. I'm not touching anybody. Read so empty there but if this thing stays on. Us service for three hours than you touch one ticket stub len touch your face one DOORKNOB. Yeah now cheers. You're vector so that and probably the most dangerous thing about this is just. It takes five to six days usually to show symptoms and also dogs can't get it. Thank goodness think dog. Yeah 'cause Ella was just not feeling well like a week ago and I was so grateful that the WHO said we're okay. The doggies are okay. My friend Chris. Kelly made the wonderful joke that the let the dogs out. Yeah everyone doing that. Fight over twitter about who came up with that joke the. Who let the okay all right? We'll probably wasn't my friend Chris and another thing that's entered. The lexicon is flattening the curve. The ideas that Bhai social distancing by just not giving this virus a chance to transmit by staying home staying away from people you're slowing down that eventual and inevitable overloading of the medical healthcare system. This is why you make an appointment at the DMV. More lives get rid. Yeah there you go. That's the perfect example. And that's why you don't buy the T. P. True toilet paper. Have you gone to the grocery store ever since the started? I don't think so like you can read a dead. You can't find bread right now. Yeah that's not. Certain aisles are nuts. I what about not about that there might be i. Didn't we did stock up on soy milk. Okay right okay. Am I just for our audience? That might be helpful. Contextual information can I say one hopeful thing just in case everyone's listening in their life fudge looking at how much longer of this podcast is? Yeah Yeah Afar. It's so sad right. Stop talking about this factual info true but also this is. This is how I keep my spirits a little bit up. I think about how the there's the temptation to think. Well I shouldn't let myself be happy because other people aren't happy I think that's a really tempting fallacy and in fact the fact that I am able to get my work done I am not sick. I get to just walk around my apartment and be slightly closed in allowing myself to be happy is actually better for the world's because it gives me a larger emotional reserve from which to draw from to continue to support those people to make money and donate it to not just drought society or be a cynical. The timing those people actually need me to allow myself to be happy and that can feel like kind of Rhody but it is the reality like the more we all just fall into like cynicism and sadness. The less we can help. That's a great point and kind of what but overused metaphor of the oxygen mask. That put yourself first so yeah hopefully At least in the rest of this episode we can bring a little bit of cheer and Yeah I I feel very fortunate right now. I realize I'm I'm in a pretty good spot where I get to hang out with my family. We're healthy. I still have a job to do and everything so I'm pretty lucky. And all this me too and you're GonNa Watch toys. Yeah that's right. It's streaming on Amazon. It's great it's so good you're gonNA love looking forward to it all right so you gotta watch safe and breaking bad but you wanNA break so funny. I was talking with car about that earlier. That like Oh this is finally the closest. I've had to me getting deathly ill in getting to watch breaking bad but my schedule has not at all led up. I'm just running around my house trying to keep stuff so hopefully hopefully things will ease up. We'll see how this goes. We have an ongoing joke. That Ross doesn't WANNA watch breaking bad. When in fact he does want to walk me but we keep treating him like he's refusing to buy we. I mean me. I have to listen to ridiculous youtube videos. I'm going to get enough so us to talk about. Why don't you tell me about some predictions? Did anyone out there. In far history ever say Carey in two thousand twenty cove in nineteen is going to make your life not as good okay. Well distant history of course something like this happens and everybody wants to point out like oh who got this right who knew it was coming. Of course we have to start with no strums. My fav- my favorite baby. So he was a French prognosticator. Famous for writing these QUA- trains. He would write these just four line little poems the most boring. Hachette though I have to say I don't know how intentional this was..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"It. I was impressed. I was there I was GONNA say. There's that enthusiasm. And then she really lily is that you know we should have invited her and then she showed the backside of water. Thank you tango fans in the audience. Then get inside the house. This is really cool. Like it's a bunch so you walk into this House and as you can see like just to keep your center of gravity you end up tilting quite a lot. You don't a few like your your brain's doing for you so you know you look back at these pictures of yourself and you look like you're like half falling over. I feel that way. It's a mile from the outside as you're approaching. It looks like it's all tilted to the lefter counterclockwise. So we're looking back the other direction and yeah there's a table all inside and if you try to stand upright on the table you just find yourself leaning out into the room and all your visual cues are just saying you're supposed to fall over But really you're just balancing so here we are so okay so we said okay. I'm usually taller than Ross by a good three inches so okay. Let's switch places places so that I look shorter. Ross looks taller now. You might be thinking about Kerry you're squatting a bunch but I'm not my leg was actually completely straight straight on the right hand side. They're just looks like I'm also squatting. So we're both leaning about ten to fifteen degrees counterclockwise in the photo but yeah carries he's got a balancing foot out to stabilize yourself. She doesn't feel that she's doing that. Yeah it's wild so there's a grip above the door frame you can grab onto that and just holding yourself up straight your body's tilted way to the side. He's not using his. That's just happening just hanging on for dear life and again. Here's the demonstration of just kind of standing on this table and then leaning out over the void. Normally this is right before things crash in your mom comes yelling at you that you're not even leaning or intentionally. Yeah I feel very stable there. There's two compartments within this room. So you pass through the threshold after you've hoisted yourself up on these these bars and now you're in the second part of the room and they've got different ways to demonstrate this effect so one thing they have to do is push ups and and they're very easy because you're on an incline so all your weights at your feet. That's not how is explained right. Yes we're editorializing. So here's Carrie doing some push-ups really easy boss. Yeah then they have this big pendulum she say was made out of bed and something alloy. Okay then she would would demonstrate how you know when you pull it back and let it go. Does all these counter intuitive things. So I thought I would show the kids. Hey look what you can do with them. So I'm holding the pendulum up up next to my face and then letting go and not.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

11:02 min | 9 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Welcome to Rawson. Rawson carried the show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal dipped in two thousand twenty. Where taken part ourselves? That's right when they make the claims uh-huh we show up so you don't have to. I'm sponsor Gary Poppy and yeah happy. New Year Year we took a couple of weeks off. That was nice it was nice. We're all rested up Japan's We're both having rough days. It happens. It happens but it was a good break. Got To do lots of reading Nice Nice break break too. Yeah Yeah not much to report on which means nice and stuff means you're actually breaking. Yeah exactly well favorite book you read in Twenty Nineteen the whole year. We've already sung the praises of fact fullness people should read fact fullness. I feel like I should choose something. That's not really well known because I really enjoyed just mercy mercy. I really enjoyed unfold. Oh that's Megan Phelps Roper 's story about naming Westboro Baptist Church here we go one of my friends at work wrote. I moved to Los Angeles goes to work in animation and such a great low graphic novel where she talks very logically about what choices she had to make what she had to give up how she could save money How she improved? Her artistic took advantage of resource. It's really well laid out where I'd give it to anybody WHO's trying to follow an artistic career you know. Even if it's not a purely animation she kind of went from doing comics. anyways that's cool. I highly recommend that Natalie Noura got I remember seeing that at skylight bookstore picture and sending it to you. I do know about this. My phone wrote it was good year of reading. I set my own new personal best fifty six bucks in one year Nice. I only read forty three three. Wow Yeah I know. I'm really falling asleep on the job. I've been moving up. I need to stop that. I'm spending too much time reading. Twenty twenty resolution is actually read forty. Bring it down a little because I noticed. I was tricking myself into reading shorter books. and not enjoying that with feeling like I had to get the end of it because I have to get more and more gonNa have to feel like you're gaming the system. Yeah exactly anyway shell owner. Ross and Carrie. We've got a bunch of fun things that were excited to tell you about but we thought we should begin the year again with psychic predictions. Yes and I know. It's our new tradition. I know what you're thinking. Are you talking about psychics all a lot lately. Well Yeah. We had Cindy KS. We talked with Susan and mark about sight. gags the woman. He talked to Stewart for me. The Hollywood psychic and then then we did a review of sister rockies predictions from the previous years. So we've been talking a lot about psychics bone. We brought you something premo and this is our new tradition. This is some high-grade psychic a year. Ask a psychic. What's going to happen to us into the year? See if you don't like it. Don't worry we're only doing it until we die. So we're tossing around a few different ideas of how we could get our predictions but then a friend of yours recommended a particular video. Yes so this wasn't in the context next of Kerry. You should see this because of your show is our our friend. Caroline drew's in my very good friend and her husband. Vince also are very. Hey good friend. He was having his thirtieth birthday and we went over to his apartment. Instead of doing. This seems to happen at every party these days. You have this plan. We're going to play these specific games games. We're going to drink this thing. We're going to eat these things and then someone's like we all got to see this youtube video and then like at least five or six year for you get back to what you we're doing. Sounds about right yeah so apparently caroline loves to pull out this youtube video. I I think that's also how the Flat Earth Movement from that addictiveness of earliest them suggesting the next thing for you. That's how we ended up with the modern flat earth moved. Mark Sargeant going on it all starts and Teal Swan. Two is really reliant upon people finding her on Youtube so thanks you too job then in this case it was a very pleasant video that caroline in pulled out and said I make everyone watch this. You haven't seen it yet. Oh my God Kerry. You'RE GONNA love it anyway. You'RE GONNA love it so we sit down fills up this video so it's from jubilee. which is is a channel? I'm pretty familiar with. It's usually. They will take people have sort of opposing viewpoints and have them sit down and converse with each other and there's usually some sort of like social experiments. It's kind of aspect okay. Spencer was in one talking to flatter right. This one no was five real psychics. Figure out who the sixth sixth phony psychic is amongst them all haven't met before which is a great concept. It's so fun. It's like watching beyond belief factor fiction where you have to sit there go will. These are all fiction. But which ones did they identify as faction. If you don't necessarily buy into those abilities. Yeah people who are professional psychics. Can they tell the person who is not a professional psychic right so it was an even mix of men and women that were six total and the rules of the game are as they stand up on on a stage and they talk to each other for a while and they ask each other probing questions. Oh you do Reiki. And what planets are you from. What's your vibration? And so then everybody voting someone off the island. They all take turns holding up their vote about who they think is the fake. I will say from the outset. I did tell somebody as I was doing this I nominated Hominid to that was going to be interesting. The first one they voted off was one of the two that I had chosen ended off as the one I chose. Okay yeah my I metric that I was using was who was most trying to put on the stereotypical psychic look. And so that's kind of what I went by So yes so she was gone and then it turned out she was one of the actual psychics. I work in light. These people all work in dark really threw everybody bus totally. That was on the little debates amongst the psychics was asking each other one woman asked you do dark magic to this man that will describe in just a moment there. Is this immediate immediate visceral reaction of No there's no such thing there's just it's all about your intention. Also it has a lot of kind of racist connotations talking about black versus this white magic specifically algae. She is quite so then they. They all conferred again. They've had another person off. If you're worried about a spoiler pause right here. Go Watch the video it's jubilee spoil other time is funny there were there. Were three women and they voted about two of the women in the the only other woman remaining was the fake bud. One person really stands out in this video. Okay so we start the video at Caroline's house and drew just busts up laughing and he's like well it's this guy who's the fake the fake it so over. The top seems so clear that this person's putting on airs and I was like I don't think so because it's so up like he's so the oddball out that if if they cast this one guy who's just a totally different energy everyone else that's on jubilee I think is going to you and the whole time. Jews like it's IT'S A it's a and it's not it's not. He's a real psychic. He in fact says he has psychic powers. He stands out from everybody else for many reasons. Yeah he's taller. Yes he's well he's more dapper. He has a handlebar moustache and a standard American dialect described that for me. What a standard American art dialect mean? I'm not good at doing it. But it's very proper. American accent of the thirties and forties. That almost sounds British but isn't and and very enunciated syllables and it just suggests I'm very fancy and years. He's also wearing a suit in this case. It's just yeah. I think we are dealing with the cut of like a smoking jacket or a robe over a very high jacket. Then it's kind of a darker lapel all needs wearing a red lob- help and he's got the red tie and some sort of jewelry stuck into the the tie up but yeah he's a striking figure and just looked so different from everybody else so much. She's the person who I don't know. Come to your like spooky graveyard wedding and efficient Pale skin. So almost looks like it could be also a mortician or something like that so yeah you just immediately stands out. Because he's got accent and he's got this bearing thing. Yeah and he's talking about spells goals and I want to know more about this right. He completely dominates the entire scene and his name is Richard. Lyle and when you watch the video you keep thinking why are they giving him his last name and everyone else just gets a first choice. He Richard Lael. It's because his name is Richard Hyphen. Lael Lillard so oh you look them up yeah. We immediately drew an hour like well. We've checked out of this party mentally. We're just looking up Richard. Lael for awhile. Since we've we've already kind of spoiled how it ends of course right after everybody fails after the second round and they commit to. Yeah we've definitely outed the fake psychic. Then we find find out. They're wrong and immediately. Everybody says I knew it when they when they point to the the third woman the actual fake psychic who had been one of the two that I guess because she was dressed in the shawl and she just kind of had that look like what would a psychic wear? Wear this kind of power. Blue Stripe thing was the second in person. You chose nicely done. Thank you. Everybody immediately I knew it. I knew I looked at your shoes. I was a trap. I know I've I fallen into because sometimes if out others maybe with a twist or whatever you're trying to figure it out it can be very easy to be like. Oh I pretty to that because at one point point I thought that forgetting well you had like eight theories going and you. You've never landed on one right now. That does seem remarkably clear right which is funny because that happened to the second woman who was kicked out she said at the end. I even predicted in advance. I wrote it down. I said that it would be a a woman and that she would. She would have brown curly hair. Yeah she pulls it out no she pulls out her phone. Oh I said straight hair but I knew that part doesn't matter because it's not right. Yeah memories are fun that way so yeah so you you look them up. Was it hard. I know You know actually I think initially I think caroline had already gone on a deep dive about this and so she was like we gotta go sometime and she sent me the link to his house and she said that he does psychic readings out of this crazy Victorian House. We gotta go and I said You know Russ in twenty twenty predictions. She was like Oh you they. Also Carolina hasn't met him yet. No she's gotTa go and she is a big Fan. She told me as soon as I said we were going. She was like you tell them. I'm the big fan okay..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

09:43 min | 10 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"To own a rousing Kerry the show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal We take ourselves. That's right when they make the claims we show up so you don't have to watch her and I'm Kerri poppy and today boy we have some dare I say out of this world guests literally so the five hundred sixty five people have been outer space as of this moment and we have one of them in the room here. Colonel Kerry verts welcome to own a Rossen. Carrie that's great to be here. I think the first phenomenon should be Jabu because I'm like have I done this before we've talked before it does no previous yes. Life yes but we have another amazing guest with us today and described. Her quickly is just someone. If you have an impossible technical feat that needs to be done you give it to Janaka Mickelson. And she's here today. Welcome Janaka to own a Ross and Carrie thank you so much Ross. And carrying I'm a big fan of the podcast. Says Quagmire on your for me to be here today. Oh I didn't know that. Oh thank you someone. That'd be honor is ours. Thank you for coming today so I. I met Yaeko when you had directed of live. They've three D panoramic three sixty degree queen concert with this not jury rigged Janaka rigged collection of gopro cameras. Suspended suspended from wires with crazy. Choreography is any of that right. Did I get that right. She's laughing silently. It was this amazing thing that no one should be able to do and you did it. The brief from the banned from Queen was that they wanted today three d three sixty movie that flu around the arena. The concert arena if it was a spaceship because famed guitarist. Brian May as they big advocate and fan of Stereo goofy and those kinds of technologies and photography. So he wanted to bring you in to do this right well. The point was that they wanted three sixty because they wanted to include a fans the only reason why they tore. Now that there are over seventy is because the fans demanded so they wanna give give something back to the fans and this three sixty show shows a fans and the concert the of course. Brian May being stereoscopic collector and historian and specializing in Victorian stereoscopic traffic photography and also astro photography. He leads the London stereoscopic company and learning more so he went to the whole concept of three day. Yeah but then I met you again when you collaborated with Terry on the one more orbit project so WanNa talk about that too but I just to give a little more preface on Terry. You've flown to missions. One was a two week space shuttle flight and then one was a two hundred day Soyuz flight. Wow amazing so how much time have you. You spent in space Little over seven months. Wow it was seven months awhile and you're up on the International Space Station. How fast is it going? Seventeen eighteen thousand five hundred miles an hour. That's amazing just to essentially stay at orbit right because basically what you're doing is falling Gravity you're not in zero g there's gravity avenue up there so as you follow you move forward at five miles a second or eight kilometers a second and that speed. If you're at the right speed will be the same shape as the earth. So that's basically what an orbit is so just a perfectly counteracts the falling right you end up floating dip. That's a wild taught falling for nine months seven months full and long time. uh-huh well you're doing that kind of work. What are you thinking of is like the purpose of your day-to-day up there? Are you there to collect evidence. Are you there to educate. Are you there to further exploration. Yeah so the first flight I did. The shuttle flight was the pilot and our job is to deliver the last modules on the space station. So we brought up something called no three which is a big living room and something called the Cupola which is Awesome Seven windowed observatory brought that up there. I did. I installed it and that was like the end of the assembly sequence so it took over a decade to build this massive million pounds base and then a few years later went back and ended up saying two hundred days and I was the commander then I did everything we did. Science and UNPACK cargo ships and spacewalks and the crew. Doctor and I kind of did a little bit of everything so cool. Do you have to keep a particular focus in mind. Like I'm doing this for all of humanity or is it just so fun that you kind of don't have to have that I think ninety nine percent of it is work work. I mean they're you. They have the schedule for you. It's kind of like outlook. Only it's down to the minute and there's a red line in that red line moves and it was moving for seven months and you know as soon as you're you done with one box you right click on it. Click complete and then the next box is there and see move onto the next procedure is there. Is there any leeway if you get sick or something like that to move your schedule schedule around they. Some of the procedures are flexible. Some of them have to be done on time so I pretty much always did things on time just to keep it simple. Some guys like to be flexible flexible. And Hey can I move this around but for me. I just did what they told me when they told me to do it. May Terry sometimes compares himself to like the cable guy when he goes outside yeah. We laid the most cables ever. We laid like four hundred feet of cable on his onto over three spacewalks. Because eventually Boeing and SPACEX ARE GONNA be sending capsules there. This is back in twenty fourteen. And we're like Oh bogans by sector seven capsules and now it's twenty nineteen but hopefully next year. They'll do it. And when they do the only power and data so I delayed the cables for those capsules. Coming up hopefully next year mazing speaking of going outside the ship and being the cable guy. If I recall you told a story about practising missing coming out of the ship and jumping across to grab onto A. Yeah so you go out of the airlock. There's this big hatch you check your buddy the over. Make sure every his suits good. You're good and then you crawl to. You're using your hands. You crowd of your work site. So there's this storage area a few feet away it's called. ESPN two. There's a bunch just spare components on there and you can reach like the whole wingspan of me. If I out stretch both arms I can go from the airlock and grab onto this thing and then go. It's a shortcut if you don't do that you've got to crawl an extra thirty feet and it takes a couple minutes and you want to save. Every second you can so in the pool for practice would always reach over and grab this module and go. Oh and that would save me three minutes at time. You said the pulled underwater underwater for training in Houston the practice spacewalking in a pool. So that you're in this four hundred pound spacesuit. It's a way to float like no big deal. I can let go of the station for a second to grab this. Why would never let go really was like the full length of my David Bowe shorter about what happens? They're exactly the short arm. Astronauts can't do that. They always have to do it but my mind was just barely. So I've got my spacewalk. Go Out I check my crewmate over your good the helmets. That's good the equipments good and I reached over and I stopped immediately and I just crawled. I kept both hands on the station. I'm like I'm not GonNa do this. Certainly not worried realized the magnitude situation. Yeah what does it look like underneath you terry. That was sort of the first thing except for before I did the first thing the very first thing I did I went Out The hatch and it was nighttime thankfully so I couldn't see anything but some shots had gotten really dizzy by seeing the earth so I took a tether. They have these like short couple. Feet tethers. There's you can clip them to the station. Then you can let go and you'll you'll only float a few feet So I put the clip down the hatch sky and I let go the very first thing I I did as soon as I got outside is I let go out earth and I went all right. I'm fine I'm not gonNA fall. I just wanted to mentally convince my brain that it's all it's all good. I'm not gonNA fall and that it looks somme like to see the earth. You just can't imagine it like you've got the book there. That's yes I do. I wrote this. Yeah you wrote. This was going GonNa say for our flatter friends. We've spent some time with them. They would say well. These are lies. And you're making all this up show photos to prove it you've taken Janaka. Had A funny idea a couple years ago. Somebody was wanted to raise. Some rapper. Wanted to raise money to live and I was like. Hey what's your address wrestle. Send you a copy of my book. I've seen earth trump was flat. I'd still be going eastbound at seventeen thousand miles an hour thankfully it's round and I came around and came back and landed. Yeah he's like. Hey I can save you a bunch of money to fake. These photos would take so much work and skill and craft and and I've worked with film crew in trying to generate one of these realistic. How easy in? Its hide anything today. Oh the nobody number of hiding anything. The number of people required hired because of social media. It's just not possible. Why would you make a book this thick with photos? You know you'd make one half the size and be like there we go we. You can't like a three hundred page but the but the earth is so beautiful. It's just it's awesome. It's it's impossible. Those photographs are pretty cool and here. We're doing this right next to I annexed theater today in the movies watcher. Just gorgeous like they're so beautiful and they don't even come close to truly light. It takes your breath. It's such an emotional national experience to see the planet to like not be on the planet and look down there and go I planet I want to see a really good VR experience. That may be approximates that Roy actually made one actually a spacewalking. VR With a Canadian. Oh hasn't hasn't been released yet. I can't wait it's really cool. That drowsy senator very good. And you can crawl around and do a spacewalk geek out on photography for half a second. What's your equipment that you take up there? So the basic camera on the station is an icon. It was a D. Four when I was there now they have defies. It's just a basic big Nikon camera that you see when there's a press conference or there's a sporting event you know yeah we also had the Red Dragon owes like Hollywood..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:49 min | 11 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"For only seven dollars Oh shit okay. And it covers all of my products against defects rex scratches accidental damage and weird elsewhere. That it just had a lifetime warranty. I don't even know anymore but again I was insulted at this point. No Sir sure Lemme buy the product so there we go. I did it. I bought it sixty to ninety nine and it was coming to me. It did arrive. It came from China. Uh directly. Oh that's interesting because I think somewhere on their website they said that the company is based in the US and so everything thing is shipped to their company blessed and then sent to you interesting indeed in the original sale item told me that as as they were crafting this that they would be Infusing it with these mantras and have the monks come into bless them right. Okay so yeah the question. The monk show up at the factory come later to this reseller. Yes so so metal is being poured into a mold comes out as this tuning fork fork. Burr comes down the assembly line. And you know packs of thirty or whatever in the monks come in lean over it give it a blessing Womam. That's the blessings on if you are among. WHO's doing this way too fucking sellout sir? Her ma'am okay. So yeah this arrived in a just a plastic bag and inside of it was a kind of a velvet Black bag that conveniently fits the tuning fork and the Mallet. So that's a real nice feature you get your little velvet carrying case that has the drawstrings Ross strings to keep it close so came straight to me so I hope those monks got to it before chipped behind me to. Maybe they're in China so there you go. That's how we got it so what it happened after we got this kit while I'd love to tell you what happens but I wanna tell you about my best fiend Claire. Oh you've got a best fiend. Yeah my best fiend in Clare she and I have seen since high school. We knew each other middle school but it wasn't until high school that we really like naked. And now she's been my best fiend for about half my life. I feel like extraordinarily anything. Normally when you describe you describe as your best friend that's what it list. That's why do I have that phrase in my head. What's the best female best fiends? Happens to be a really fun game that you can get on your phone. Hey Yeah indeed. We've run a couple ads for fiends before and I think the first time we did an ad I had gotten to level thirty and the second time I was somewhere around level sixty very close to it so at this rate guess where I am now ninety I am on level six hundred twenty nine by God. Okay Yeah I've gotten a little hooked Uh You know. I've actually quit a couple other games. I only have so much time in my life to play phone games which I do enjoy But it's a good like chill time activity. I can do it while I listen to an audio book. Or if I'm watching like an episode of the office or something I don't have to. I've seen it years ago. I don't need to be paying perfect. Perfect attention to it. My son and I are almost done with the office. Because it's coming off of net flicks at the end of December. So you're in that sort of bad period of the office halfway fight through season eight. Yeah no more Michael Scott. We're we're still enjoying it. But yeah check this out. Carrie so every one of these dots. I'm showing Kerry this landscape and I'm I'm moving along this trail that works. Its way up the screen and that's cool the way it rolls. Yes you can click and drag your working your way over this. Certainly not a flat earth notices Edis is like infinitely scrolling around Earth. So you're always working your way over the crest of the hill and so carry can see this series of environments that I have slowly worked my way through mushroom valley towering treetops. Look at all this ground I've covered. Yeah Oh so. You've been through all this. Every single one of those dots. The ominous ocean every single. Got One of those dots. As a level I saw here breadcrumbs. Yeah and puzzle solving so kind of gives you a mission for each level. You've got to be you've got to either defeat slugs slugs you've got to clear out these green squares or you've got to clear a certain number of flowers or mushrooms. anyways is super fine. I've gotten into it now and that's why I'm so far in the game all right if you can get a level six hundred twenty nine. Consider me very impressed okay. You're obsessed in a good way though. Good good obsession. That's good well. It sounds like like if you're looking for a fun way to pass the time while engaging your brain and you enjoy breathtaking visuals and a gripping story. Your answer might be get a best friend. Claire wait download. You WanNa download means just like many many other people that have actually been a hundred million downloads of this game. Oh Oh wow yeah. It's a casual puzzle game. Anyone can play but it is made for adults. There's nothing like adult themed. It's just you know it's bad for adults and best fiends. UPDATES the game monthly with new any levels and events so it never gets old shrew. There's these little side quests as well and doesn't require Internet to play which is a really nice feature. Yeah there's plenty of games do do and you're like I can't play this now. So we were at the bottom of the parking basement you can be playing best means or you're on an airplane and they've made you turn your airplane mode is being pro social and you do it Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters with over a hundred million downloads. This five star. You're rated mobile puzzle. Game is a must play download best fiends free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's best friends without the our best scenes very good very very good. You know what else is good. We're we're saying that in LS voice sitting sitting right between us sleeping when she speaks through someone else. This is the voice she uses and she is very good. Very good. Very good is quip. Quip is my favorite toothbrush. Yeah I well. I haven't used my analog toothbrush. I'm just waiting now for some cleaning opportunity that requires me. Describe with a truth brush either. Want to just throw my toothbrush. Actually we have ORAL CARE product recycling at work. When I am done with that old toothbrush that I haven't used in months All just pop it in there. Okay anyways yeah. I love my toothbrush and The battery lasts forever. It really does it just takes. What a AA AAA can't remember AAA? That's how long ago I put it in there. Don't remember yeah. I've switched it out once and I've had this toothbrush for a long time. And the about the brush itself. It has sensitive vibrations nations. Now we're not talking about like love healing vibrations. These are actually..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Wrong with it for me. Yeah the first time you've played it for me. It made me feel nauseous. That's right weird weird so so the way we found this love frequency healing. Kit was someone we know Dave Richards he had posted this to the CF. Jeez facebook doc page and said sounds like a deal sounds like sounds like a deal. It was one of these online ads that we all see all the time everywhere air every day in our apps on our social media on websites of these little images sometimes videos come up and say oh you should really by this thing thing and the the kinds of products that we investigate for our show are very often included. Because that's a great way to market them. We also often hear from listeners. Who are like our Ross and Carrie infiltrated my web ads? Because look with me. We'll talk about something. Then they look it up and then of course the Internet's like the way you've search for this. You're now going to be subjected. To many many ads for it 'cause you fall on the keywords and people are paying us to expose this to to potential customers that you know what I think. I think that's great. Yes because then they're paying for advertising to people who won't buy the product who have been extensively inoculated weighted against the product. So then people who are selling things that maybe aren't that useful wasted a little bit of money on advertising. I I like it now. What is the effect on our listeners? Who have to see these things? Hopefully they enjoyed indeed so for this one. There was a euro called soul mollahs dot com A. L. A.. And you look that up. That's just Oh yes. It's a prayer bead appropriate. Well that's nice so you can get one for your soul and it was called five hundred twenty eight Herz frequency of love healing set and this company mostly sells bracelets that have those IOS could sort of like Buddhist prayer beads nine ostensibly Buddhist. I don't know if they actually are So I think that's where they got the name for it and then they said you know what let's branch out. Let's also sell this sound among other products so I watched this video and it made all these wild claims about what the sound could do. Okay.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Okay. Christian time. And these quite a few. I'm to set up for the beautiful one. I used to drinking your own pay. Am I used to my own still drink still p half the audience is like pardon? One of the recent investigations was we tried urine therapy, which yes, which means you drink dumping to try to cure various ailments. I am not still drinking my own. He the last drink was actually Ross's. My co hosts sense of my second question. All right. Carrie, do you think is science teacher at a religious school is hypocritical? Oh, what a great question is a science teacher at a religious school hypocritical. I guess if. I guess my answer is. Yes. And that's okay. I mean, I think. We've we've kind of dug into Crecy here. It said, okay. It's like, it's a very complicated situation when someone's being a hypocrite the person who goes to a religious school, and actually like imbues those kids with the ability to question is probably doing a really good thing. Right on. So okay. How do you go that changing habits and becoming more pathetic and strategic talking about the hypocrisy? See ins in someone. Whoa. Okay. What sneezy? How do you? Go about changing my habits. I mean, more empathetic and strategic talking about the hypocrisy. I seen someone opened parentheses instead. The intuitive response to see hypocrisy immediately, coal it out. Okay. I understand. So, you know, I think the question is basically like how do you get the more the internal emotional fortitude to to keep out this fight? So that's different for everybody. For me, actually, meditation has really been the key for me sitting with my thoughts and feelings, and what I've noticed a lot for me is that I will notice that I get really anxious when I think I am supposed to have the answer and exposed to have it right now. And if I don't answer this, right, then they're going to walk away with the wrong impression. And then they're not gonna vaccinate their kid, or whatever, you know. All of a sudden the world is crumbling because I didn't have the answer. And so being able to sit with myself and say, okay, you're having this feeling things -iety and tidy is just a physiological thing that kind of homes at down and allows. Me to do that work. Is it? Okay. That we were asking you questions now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Understand the context of that question. Very philosophical. Do you think we do more harm than good when we hold politicians to account for changing my positions flip-flopping instead of encouraging them to change their minds? We've new evidence. Yes..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Uh-huh. Come to hold also carrying it ashore. Researchers report on fringe science virtual. Potters? When they make claims we show up. So you don't have to. I'm Ross Blocher. Poppy. And this hep sodas about ghosts. Yeah. And we thought it would be fun to have a spooky. Episode to interrupt ours. Spookier Mr. Ed. You do have that horse pendant, so horse horse. I'm surprised they had a horse domain. Why would they do that? I had to choose between dot Orson dog which was a hard decision. There had been pitch and it would be over. But there was not. Okay. So Carey for some reason, but Carrie poppy dot horse, which some reason for good reason, which just leads to carry poppy dot com. Well, I don't own Kerry, poppy dot com. You don't know. It was like we're dot com. No, it was like, we're press doc dot o- on. All right. Well, this is an improvement. So and carry poppy dot com. I cannot buy it is bought and you'd been recently. Okay. You've been recently infused with horse energy teal swan said people can remember Carrie, poppy dot horse..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Uh-huh. Hello and welcome to no Ross and Carrie the show where we don't just report on for in science spirituality, claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves when they make the claims we show up see, don't have to. I'm Carrie poppy sponsor, and we have a special guest with us today. Jaren Campanella aka a journalism, welcome to the show. Hey, thanks, guys. Appreciate you. Having me, do you prefer just being called Jaren when someone is talking to you? Very much. Okay. Yeah. Tell us a bit about yourself how you came to flatter and where Jaren ISM came from. Sure, yeah, because I noticed that when you guys reviewed my speech carries at the beginning that she didn't like the name at all, like have them Seattle, even remember what I said, because because it sounds like a philosophy, right, right. And you know, going back to when I first made my channel, I obviously had no intent on ever reaching a certain number of people, and it just meant like immi ISM. And the reason for that was, you know, all these religions that I was looking into at the time because I grew up Catholic and I married Christian of very bible, believing Christian and her family was into creating churches in and making these huge, fellowships and simulcasting at different places. I had a problem with all these religions. And so when I kind of ditched religion, I became someone who said, you know, I wanna proof things for myself. So that's where I just said on the call Jaren ISM, looking back, I would change that if I could. But at this point, I guess it's going to have to remain. So it wasn't by designed to be like, oh, this'll be because now people see that and they kind of think of it as like a religion like, no, that's the complete opposite of what. So you said you grew up half like and then married a Christian is, are you still married to that person? Sunday. Okay, cool. But you said you kind of left to religion..

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"It's a really scary purposefully thought okay carrie doesn't need to know this right now while we're here it didn't particularly bothered me felt like slightly uncomfortable situation buys more uncomfortable just picturing you up there terrified and finally i raise my hand he's like yeah realize it's safe but i just got to say i don't think kerry would be comfortable with a gun out in the room if you wouldn't mind putting it away is oh i'm so sorry i didn't think about that he he goes he puts it away comes out and he polishes again i've just around guns all the time didn't even i feel so safe around them didn't even think about that really no worries okay and that's when i texted you and said he put it away you're probably wondering what that was all about that's funny because chris had been doing his life feed and i thought you were saying the life over you can come down if you're in your pajamas or whatever but no it was a gun god yeah once we realized they were probably guns in the house because this guy's really into guns i was like okay well this house is much scarier than i thought it would be add much rather there was a ghost then a gun but from now on if we have to go somewhere to someone's house i will ask them do you have gun because i'm probably coming and zachary is a sweetheart very nice guy but at the same time you're entering the house of someone you've never met before and he's talking about go scene and accidents happen with guns and he has guns and then we realized that chris's never met him in person before which we didn't know only met him so all of it made for slightly uncomfortable first day or so.

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"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Right and so brings a whole other level to that rule for me yes documenting bad really wish there was and i did i remember i did kind of look around occasionally and i'm trying to scan the distance these carry here she recording this and she aware because i knew you would right here i would have fucking railed on them i would have been like get him to a hospital right now they would have taken you could've made a scene so i was also thinking that and i was also nervous about the thought of carry being there i thought oh no if kerry was here she'd be kind of controlling the situation and telling everyone what to do and i don't know if i want that and so i was kinda nervous about that and i remember sitting in the beanbag and seeing in the distance there was a dog kaya oh yeah and saying tell carrie she can play with the dog that it's okay he doesn't need to worry about this she should played with the dog and i think that would be a good thing for her to do we didn't come into my thought of what kerry should be doing at the moment i was nervous that she'd come in there just be this bundle of carry energy and i wasn't ready to handle that just now because i was still trying to get everyone away from me but what i would do is i would lock onto one person and talk their ear off so there was one guy who was sort of an assistant shaman and i there was something about him that kind of irritated me but he was sort of assigned to me for a moment so i said okay well your my lifeline now what's your name okay i'm asking him to do things for me and say can we turn off the music in there that is really upsetting to me right now and we can't do that.

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"carrie" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"carrie" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Carrie no you can't pay no way you can be tough really akg tang light ustr it poile so says if i'm now and forever foul play celebrate with his irish by away your how turning brace first by.

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