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Father Frank Pavone Shares His Take on the SCOTUS Abortion Leak

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 3 d ago

Father Frank Pavone Shares His Take on the SCOTUS Abortion Leak

"He is the director, the national director for priests for life, father Frank bone, who's brought a special guest with him today, Janet morana. Welcome both of you institute. Thank you. Thank you very much. Yeah, you know I brought behind the scenes from the very beginning of our ministry. She has been leading the way for life, wouldn't be as successful as it is. Well, you know, I'm out there in front all the time. All right, well, we've got to discuss this brand new book that you brought with you. Everything you need to know about abortion for teens, that must be an incredible challenge to talk about that for that demographic, but first have to get your latest update your take father on where we are, the reaction to the leak. I know everybody's praying right now for the decision imminently or maybe in June. I've read I actually read the document, the league document on video on audio. If you want to know what's really in it, you need to go to my Twitter feed by rumble because it's an amazing document. And it's clear. It's bad law. It has to go back to the states. There is no history of being pro abortion in western civilization. Do you have a sense that the justices are going to hold the line father? I'm convinced that they will. When it's some matter so fundamental to the constitution as this is. I don't see them reversing course. Justice Alito in that document doesn't only reverse roe V wade. He obliterates it. And Casey too. And shows how weak the reasoning is how untethered from the constitution and from the history of America, how damaging it's been, it is a masterful job I want to urge everyone to read that document because I'm convinced that substantially going to be the argument that

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Ken Klukowski: 'Roe Was a Horribly Written Opinion'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Ken Klukowski: 'Roe Was a Horribly Written Opinion'

"Roe was a horribly written opinion. Arguably, there's not a single paragraph in that opinion that is actual legal reasoning where you unpack the law and then apply it to facts. You get philosophical musings in there. They talk about ancient Greece and whatnot. Stuff that has nothing to do with how you interpret the American constitutions. And so when the court in 1992 by a 5 to four vote, it shows not to overrule roe V wade, which was from 1973. The court threw out everything in roe. It's trimester framework and all of this other stuff had done. Because Rome was just an embarrassment. I forgot to mention, and the trimester framework was just cut from whole cloth. They made up this trimester framework where the state has an interest, the state doesn't have an interest. And there was no legal justification. They just made it up. That's right. That was justice blackman who just was who said looking back on his life that he would rather have gone to med school than to law school. And so, you know, read into that what you will. But that's right. Understanding that that was a legally indefensible framework they threw that out and then Casey brought in what was a viability standard that instead of three parts of a pregnancy, there's only two. There is before a child is viable outside the womb and then after it's viable and the issue of whether something is an undue burden on a woman seeking an abortion before viability and but that too proved to be a completely unworkable framework and that was a, that was a big part of justice Alito's opinion

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Sebastian Chats With Ken Klukowski About the Impending Roe Decision

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | Last week

Sebastian Chats With Ken Klukowski About the Impending Roe Decision

"We have somebody who I trust for legal advice who's worked in the Trump administration at the DoJ practicing lawyer breitbart contributor, you've got to read his latest pieces at breitbart dot com. His can clockhouse can. Welcome back to America first. Great to be with you. Thanks for having me. All right, I'm going to just say what I think about the Supreme Court draft decision. Because I'm not a lawyer, but I read all 70 pages recently. And you know what shocked me and maybe I should read more of these documents, it was a fabulous historic tour de rizon. It was a treatise. It wasn't full of mumbo jumbo that a layman couldn't understand. First it was this amazing historic review of how the law treated abortion in western civilization going back to the 17th century in the UK, the concept of quickening. And then basically this conclusion that until roe V wade, it was illegal in America, and then it was a segment by segment dismantling of both roe and Casey saying it's just bad law and analyzing started decisis in other concepts. So Ken, give me your illegal professional opinion, is this an unusually good pre decisional draft, or is this because it's a Leto who's riding it? Well, first of all, justice alita was a brilliant justice. His opinions are uniformly wonderful. But what you just described in as I read it as well, it reminds me of the late justice Scalia's opinion in District of Columbia versus hello. Yeah. Which held that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is an individual right from 2008. That opinion was also almost exactly the same page length. That was a little over 60 pages. And what you saw there is what a well written Supreme Court opinion is supposed to look like. This is an original list decision. One that looks to the text, structure, and history of the constitution, and in this case, in terms of looking at the history of a purported right to abortion, showing why. This is in fact not a right found in the U.S.

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Corp. Media Has Been Silencing Alternative Views to Transgender Craze

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last week

Corp. Media Has Been Silencing Alternative Views to Transgender Craze

"Meanwhile Casey points out there have been silencing alternative views Corporate media have recently permitted only a select group of persons to express heavily caveat concerns about this massive social shift in April The Washington Post featured an op-ed by trans person Corinna Khan It was given the freedom to explain that the destruction of his privates introduced a different type of bondage in that sense of surgery he's become a medical patient and will remain one for the rest of his life Washington Post even gave him permission to bemoan the distorting influences of social media on teenagers and how readily authority figures facilitate transition Missing so far in the media's patently biased and circumscribed I said careful with the words Willingness to acknowledge that perhaps this is more than just the utopian realization of the sexual revolution It's the mission of their complicity and facilitating this reality Social pressure works media propaganda work And now all of a sudden more and more people identify With the LGBT Well I don't even know what to call it The anything goes crowd In everything goes crime

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The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last week

The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

"There's a piece in the federalist Which seems to have gone all George McGovern when it comes to foreign policy I can't control it you know it's the way it is Corporate media celebrates the exponential rise of transgender craze that helped create the very good article by Casey chalk Which came out today Now here's the thing I discussed this at some level The other night And what I said is the media are not just the mouthpieces Of the American Marxist movements The media are part of it The media are immersed in it Most of these people graduated from the same schools as the politicians that they like In other words the same indoctrination not the same exact schools and talking about the same Ideological type of education So some of them went into media some of them went into politics some of them went into the bureaucracy Some of them went into teaching and on and on and on And so there's a very good piece because what Casey points out is that all of a sudden we have this huge rise In people who identify as transgender according to a Gallup poll released earlier this year The percentage of American adults self identifying as something other than heterosexual has increased to 7.1% Double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured their statistics Almost 21% of Generation Z young adults born between 1997 and 2003 Identify as LGBT

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Supreme Court Justices Face Threat Over Leaked Draft

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:25 min | Last week

Supreme Court Justices Face Threat Over Leaked Draft

"I want to argue that with you because if they've got 5 firm votes and they know that they're going to overrule roe and Casey and they've just got to let the descents put their descent together and maybe the chief does a concurrence like he did in citizens united while joining the majority. There are lots of things that could happen. But if there are 5 votes to say we're going to overturn roe and Casey, the present danger to justices of fanatics is real. And I drove past Sunday last. The softball baseball field where the Bernie Sanders supporter stalked prepared and tried to kill half the Congress. And we have a number of fanatics in this country. And if you incentivize them to do something, like harm a justice, I just, I'm not comfortable with that. Remove the incentive. They can't change the decision once. How does releasing the vote remove the incentive? Because it's not a judgment until it issues from the court as a judgment. And so if a judge were to try his or her car off of a cliff tomorrow, by accident, the majority vanishes. They have it issued a judgment. So it can change into the last day. But that doesn't. I mean, if the vote total becomes known and it is to overturn roe and Casey, I don't think that changes. I mean, you're knowledge of the procedures of the Supreme Court exceeds that of most Americans. I think that if I had lunch yesterday with a I had lunch yesterday Republicans voted to take away a woman's right to choose.

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How Would AG Garland React to Protests Against Justices if He Was One?

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

How Would AG Garland React to Protests Against Justices if He Was One?

"Remember who is nominated to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court America If he had gotten that position would he appreciate the fact that the attorney general of the United States doesn't lift in arthritic finger To defend the justices then Now of course conservatives those who are pro life they're not even today marching on the homes Of the pro abortion justices They weren't marching on the homes of the pro abortion justices for the last half century Nobody's bringing this up David marched on the homes of Supreme Court Justices Who supported roe V wade and Casey Not once

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Fugitive inmate captured after manhunt, ex-jail officer dead

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fugitive inmate captured after manhunt, ex-jail officer dead

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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt

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Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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Producer Andrew Discusses the Speculation Around the SCOTUS Leak

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Producer Andrew Discusses the Speculation Around the SCOTUS Leak

"We have been speculating on this show to what extent would the left rise up in their frustration at the leaked Dobbs decision, which demonstrated that in a 5, four majority, roe V wade, and Planned Parenthood V Casey were both going to be overturned. Alito was the drafter in that leaked decision. Now, a lot of people are speculating who leaked it. A lot of people are speculating who's going to be caught if that leaker is going to be brought to justice. Senator Ted Cruz has been speculating that it would come out of Kagan's clerkships. Now, something interesting to note here with the clerkships, each justice only has four clerks, so you've got 9 justices. You've got four clerks each. That is a very small potential pool of candidates and leakers. Now, senator Cruz says that it was likely Kagan, though he has no evidence. But based on a hunch, he believes that it was probably Kagan's because she is the most hardened partisan on the bench. Now our friend will Chamberlain, who came on the show last Friday and gave his breakdown of who he thought it was. But regardless of who the leaker is, it has set off wide street, widespread, protest, activists, and the like around the whole houses of these justices, which is despicable.

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Is This the Year Roe v. Wade Is Overturned? Marsha Blackburn Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Is This the Year Roe v. Wade Is Overturned? Marsha Blackburn Explains

"I know you're a woman of faith, your book is the mind of a conservative woman seeking the best for family and country. I'm sure you've read the decision from justice Alito. Are you excited? Are you buoyed? Are you optimistic that this could be the year when roe V wade gets struck down on the issue is sent back to the states? I am, I am hopefully optimistic. I think that we have to realize this was a draft from February. We don't know what to find. Vote will be final decision will be, but it is encouraging to see that the Supreme Court would revisit a decision which they are doing through the dops case. There revisiting row and Casey. And yeah. Yes. And that they may look at repositioning that. So we're encouraged by that. And look forward in a hopefully optimistic

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Abortion, Killing a Baby, Is Savage

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Abortion, Killing a Baby, Is Savage

"Maybe thought about what's going on with that baby Innocent defenseless baby We have laws against torture We have laws against battery and assault What do you think is happening to that baby in the womb Battery and assault When it's viable she said no limits You're killing it You can throw around the words roe versus wade and Casey and women's rights And a woman's body all you want We can try to justify what's being done Build a political movement around It's savage

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Elizabeth Warren: The State Shouldn't Intervene in a Pregnancy

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Elizabeth Warren: The State Shouldn't Intervene in a Pregnancy

"Anyway lunatic Elizabeth Warren was on CBS this morning today Cut 5 go There's a question should there be any limits on abortions You know I'm gonna put it this way I think that the woman who is most affected should be at the heart of this Of course I hate that she should be able to call on her partner Right Her mother her priest her rabbi She should be able to bring in the people she needs But in a pregnancy I don't believe that it is the state that should intervene with its heavy hand And make the decision You folks understand how far this goes well beyond Roe versus wade and Casey That a woman congest consult with whomever she wishes to consult And do what she wishes As if that other thing isn't a human being I don't believe there's a country in the world that takes that position If they do their genocidal regimes that don't give a damn about people yet born or people born

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Is It Likely SCOTUS Will Change Their Stance on Roe v Wade Now?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Is It Likely SCOTUS Will Change Their Stance on Roe v Wade Now?

"Me ask you a question, how likely is it that the final decision will be the same as the draft decision? Having clerked and having gone through that. Do you think now there's a chance that they change their mind or do you think that the draft was actually not a certain as we might have believed? Do you have any insight into that? Yeah, I mean, I don't have any insight into this particular case because I don't talk to justices or court employees including the clerks about current cases. That would be inappropriate but I will tell you just how the process is generally works is the first draft comes out and then the justices collaborate, which is an improved the draft. You maybe one of the justices and their clerks catches a mistake and they go through that editing process and it circulates for a long time. But circulates for several weeks and then the dissenting justices right there draft and circulated the concurring justices right their draft and circulate it, but I will say this if the intended effect was to get justices to change their votes, maybe waffling conservative justices to back away from a 5 or 6 vote majority to overturn roe versus wade and Casey, I think this leak is going to have the exact opposite of facts. Now justices can not condone this likely illegal behavior. They can not reward it by changing their votes. I think for judicial independence, they need to stay firm.

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Joy Reid Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood v. Casey

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Joy Reid Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood v. Casey

"Joy Reid I think not only helped spark hate in this country but she also helped spark violence and so do the other hateful vile demagogues she knowingly brings on her program to spew their portion And she's not alone That entire network is filled with these reprobates Starting with the morning show right into the night Let's take a listen cut 8 go Planned Parenthood versus Casey That's the one that set up until 1993 when that ruling happened Women had to ask their husbands for permission of what to do with their bodies They had to have a man's permission essentially a reward of the man you married Okay let's slow down First of all that wasn't true in every state And secondly the view wasn't You have to pass your man for permission The view was it took two people to create that baby And that a person shouldn't get a woman shouldn't get an abortion without at least informing that individual Of what she was doing Especially if they're married I know that's such a horrific obstacle isn't it But you see the way they keep talking about it's a woman's body It's a woman's body It's also a baby's body This is the one case where it's two bodies It's two bodies She doesn't talk about viability because she doesn't care about viability

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Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

"Yesterday, we were diving into how the United States Supreme Court has suffered, I guess is the best word to use. And unprecedented leak from who we do not know, we think we know, but the person who is best able to describe this and articulate it is the head of a wonderful organization called the article three project that's article number three project dot org. And it is the terrific Mike Davis Mike. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me back on Charlie. So Mike, how are we supposed to make of this? The U.S. Supreme Court is leaking decisions before they happen. First of all, who could potentially do something like this, do we know who probably did this? And if so, what is the proper course of action to hold that person accountable? So I clerked for justice Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and I also served as the chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee and my part of my portfolio was oversight over the federal judiciary. I have never heard anything like what happens with this leak. I don't think it's ever happens that a draft majority opinion for a Supreme Court case has leaked out prior to the court issuing the opinion, especially in a case this monumental. This is the Dobbs case where it looks like the at least 5, maybe 6 justices on the Supreme Court are going to overturn roe versus wade and Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood versus Casey and return abortion regulations back to the states where it belongs. This is a stunning breach of protocol. Each of the 9 Supreme Court Justices have four law clerks, each of them have generally two to three administrative aids. It is a very small universe of people who have access to these draft opinions and these opinions have to circulate among the justices because they have to work together. They have to collaborate in order to draft majority opinions dissenting opinions and concurring opinions. And if you shatter that trust, if you shatter that secrecy that confidence in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court can no longer function.

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"casey k" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"But i mean obviously like that's how we that's the lens through which we see things. And i think the media helps make it feel like for lack of a better term like protesting resisting. The the war is now. There's some cultural cachet or something that you see neighbors see it on tv and all of a sudden it sort of blooms around the around the country and they smaller ways. It gets legitimized a lot a lot more. Because i do think that a lot of i mean and this is not just in this current moment but i think all throughout history antiwar protesters had been marginalized or sort of seen as unamerican unpatriotic And or you know like these fringe people that don't know all of the facts or whatever it is but i think there's a way that we have dismissed people that have been antiwar Or that even people that want to sort of pause a little bit in terms of engaging in terms of war we have Not really giving them an equal voice in this discussion. Yeah that can be anything from vietnam war protesters but also you know mothers protesting against the cold war nuclear war in the late nineteen fifties and early nineteen sixties there marginalized there ridiculed. They're just not given the same kind of hearing That they would be given later right. It looks very different in nineteen eighty when you have a million people in central park protesting Nuclear weapons in the cold war when you have in the late nineteen sixties antiwar protests that suddenly have popular support so she and herself You know there's this. Moment of protests. I think casey was was was highest profile. But she now has she's still alive. She's she continues to live a life of of activism You know she protested. During the obama era she protests during the trump era. I think she ran for california governor at one point. I don't think got that much of the vote. But you know i think one of the things i think about when i when i think about someone like cindy sheehan and at this point almost twenty years of antiwar activism rate it is it ties directly into a lot of the reflection that we're doing right now about the war in afghanistan and a realization. I i would say that. So much of what. We're seeing now in. Afghanistan was just an inevitable product of something that happened fifteen twenty years ago. And the cindy she ends of the world side and had been sort of talking about it. Ever since. And i'll just say like to me one of the more remarkable things about these last couple of weeks in the conversation. What our withdraw from afghanistan has been just seeing different people. Talk about the moment which they realize what's happening now is inevitable and for some people. It was a month ago. Some people is five years ago. Some people was twenty years ago but everyone seems to have had that moment where okay these seeds were planted and this is where we are and can we just say to that the irony of the fact that we have also just experienced another major hurricane along the golf course with hurricane ida and how a lot i mean. A lot of people in the new orleans area are having like. Ptsd about the same feel so similar you know to have these same occurrences happening at the same. Time is remarkable but it just. It needs to be noted that this is also happening in our current moment. Absolutely all right well. That is where we're going to leave the episode nicole hammer. Thanks to you as always thanks. Jody and kelly carta jackson. Thanks to my pleasure. This day in esoteric..

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"casey k" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"I'm not going to meet with cindy sheehan because quote. I think it's important for me to be thoughtful and sensitive to those who've got something to say but i also think it's important for me to go on with my life to keep a balanced life. I think people want the president to in a position to make good crisp decisions and to stay healthy by which i guess he means. We need to be outside and exercising and riding my bike Which i don't think that played very well. It also reminds me that it makes. I don't know how anyone i mean. Clearly you know he's they're not like Screening what he says before he says it. But like i don't know how he could've thought that that would have been an appropriate response for gold star mother. No less like to say. Well you know i gotta go on with my life. As though he's got other things to do then address mothers who have lost their children to war a war that he began it somewhere in this around the same time that that that makes reminder you that famous bush moment where he denounces terrorism while he's on the golf course and then he says now watch this drive and he turns any hits the mix of look you know lots of presidents have gotten in lots of trouble when they mix sports and leisure time the serious business of politics but But yes. I think there was a real tone deafness here and i think Like we were saying you know a mix of apathy and hubris. I started to really change the narrative in the fall in the summer and fall of two thousand five and all of that really prefigures than the katrina response. Yes the idea that he would have a tone deaf. Non empathetic response. There is something he had been previewing all summer. So towards the end of the summer around this moment In early september they sort of pick up camp. Casey and i think part of it is because bushees no longer. Vacationing there has labor day's returning back to dc and cindy sheehan and her group star a nationwide tour to meet with groups around the country and Sort of raise awareness..

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"casey k" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"And welcome to this day in esoteric. Political history from radio topa. My name is. Jody advocates this day. September second two thousand five a woman by the name of cindy sheehan is beginning a three week tour around the country to protest the war in iraq cindy sheehan was one of the most notable and vocal opponents of the war a woman who was radicalized against the conflict after her son casey had been killed in that war prior to this protest to around the country which would eventually end up with a massive rally in washington dc. She and other antiwar protesters had kept a vigil in crawford. Texas or near crawford texas at what came to be known as camp casey. So that's what we're discussing today. Cindy sheehan camp. Casey legacy of antiwar protests in the middle east All stuff that feels also relevant even today sixteen years later as we wind down the conflict in afghanistan so here to discuss it all are as always nicole. Hammer of columbia and kelly carter jackson of wellesley. Hello there hello jody. Hey there and a quick shot to listener ethan turpin. Who suggested that. We do something on camp. Casey and i don't think we realized just how relevant it would feel really. I'm but maybe let's start even bigger picture kelly with september two thousand five. This is a moment. I think we all remember but just painting for listeners. Kind of like. There's a lot of big political narratives and big storylines colliding at this moment. Nine months into bush's second term a controversial presidency. That hurricane katrina has just hit and devastated all of the gulf coast and you know anti-war. Tensions are escalating and americans are really split about how they feel about this war How they feel about president bush and especially among the black community. You know on this day as well we should say. There's a telethon to raise money for katrina victims and this is when kanye west gives his famous. George bush does not care about black people quoting and so which could have been an episode in of itself. We could probably the subplot of the war but yes the logjam. The air of apathy shall we say is all around or skepticism about how people feel about this presidency in this in this moment and a sense that the bush administration has no competency to respond to crises right So there had been you know the rock war had hit a kind of stalemate as you were saying kelly. Public opinion is split and suddenly the antiwar movement matters in a way that i think political commentators didn't give it a lot of credit back in two thousand three because public opinion was so strongly on the side of the invasion but at this point in time public opinion is split and an active antiwar movement has the potential to flip public opinion and ultimately does along with events on the ground flip public opinion against the iraq war within lake maybe a year of the camp casey protests..

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"casey k" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"It just makes the pressure that much more so that being said obviously you win jack harming obviously you want it with ricky who is a good friend years. I mean that's huge. I mean how. How is that coming home where you know two guys. That are really good friends both. Walk away victorious on the global stage winning the biggest road race of the year. I mean that've been huge man It really was it. Did ricky a great guy. He deserves it more than anybody and do it was just. It was a phenomenal experience. Like you know having the national anthem played in saudi arabia with a huge american flag. On the podium. You know obviously is the first time in the car. History that the national anthem has been played during the ceremonies. So you know. There's there's all kinds of but there's ways to win the rally in classes but to win the categories has never been done by an american so there was a bunch of stuff to go behind that and it was. It was truly an amazing experience. Yeah so that leads us into this year. Obviously think's gonna hit the fan with covert. I know you know there's a lot there's a lot of reasons why you're not at dot com now to me. It's even weird. We're doing this interview right now But you know it truly is the timing of this thing and and a lot of people listen to this month or two down the road and and kind of what but let's not get into the politics of it because i kind of know the politics of things and things like that. Let's let's be more forward-looking obviously you're not done with deck are correct. I mean you know. Let's say we're. We're definitely probably going to see casey back right. Oh yeah so. The plan is to go back. You know. there's yes lots of politics involved. Obviously but there's also pandemic in the world and you know. I have two little boys and a wife at home and you know to me you know. Forget all racing. Aside is that i look at you. Know i'm a family man. And you know. I went conquered. What i set my goals and my goal was to win two car. It wasn't to win it over and over and over again it was to win the car and to see where the the world is and to see where the politics are You know i just felt best that to not get myself wrapped up in something. That isn't my primary focus. You know it really was to focus on my family and and to take care of what's going on here and you know like you know there's an election going on right now and you know i didn't want to be out of the country while that's all going on whether it's a good move bad move. I just felt that for me. I was best to take care of my family and i am You know working at current prices now doing a lot with the prices and you know the pandemic has made our business. We're you know we're we're really busy but it's really hard to get parts and you know i want to be around to make sure that i'm focusing on you know obviously Taking care of the family business and making sure that things are moving in the direction. I want him to move and you know all that cell phone been awesome. The opportunity to to Join the players razor team and looking at new opportunities came and i felt that you know talking with them that. Hey let's let's do everything we can be ready for twenty twenty two well in that being said. Obviously you know. That's the big news right. You're you're part of team razor now. That opens up a lot of doors. Obviously we know polaris has got their hands in in you know in dakar but you know there's also they've got their hands and a lot of different things i mean. I know you said you're going to be running king of the hammers and a polaris razor. Obviously there's opportunities in in pretty much. All facets offroad with the brand. I mean you know kind of kind of opens it or obviously you know you've got your stuff in the full size vehicles. I know you wanna continue to do but you know what what is. What is the head in two thousand twenty one. I mean you've conquered pretty much every major off road race here in north america and obviously you've conquered dot com and what's next for casey in two thousand twenty one so the only race in the world that i've never won truly the only thing i've never one is key the hammers i've seen the second and third but i've actually never want it So i'd like to win the king of the hammers But i'm gonna do the hammers we're going to go do this sonora rally We're gonna you know. That's my january or february march We're going to go ahead and start testing and getting our razor dialed in for the car. we already have it out to shop and we're literally already addressing What we can do to to figure out program and then You know we're gonna go out and we're gonna literally just go have fun. I'm gonna go out and we're gonna just go drive and create content and see what kind of trouble we can put ourselves into. And you know what kind of trails we can conquer. I feel there's Give the obviously the ut markets on fire right now and We're gonna go out and we're gonna explore. I'm gonna go find places that no one's been we're to go detroit that everyone talks about. But no one's done you know we're just gonna go live and and try to have an absolute blast doing and you know like one of the cool features it you know with all the new raises and the capabilities that you know the technology they've put forth With the Razors pretty unbelievable. You know now with all the navigation systems incorporated into dash the the shocks being all basically everything electronic making you comfortable in different scenarios that. Yeah you're right. i'm not racing. I'm not going to do a lot of it. But boy i'm going to show the true capabilities of what a razor has and the and the all the upgraded that they're capable of we're going to go take it and try to basically use them all how. What time when you sneaking out to johnson valley. Obviously i know you're gonna go put in the work out there. How are you going out to lake bed. we'll be out there. I'll be there three day. I'll basically be there twice a week from next week. All until the happened so far. My i'd like to test at least ten days before the actual hammers week. So try try to put some miles in. Yeah so look at. What's going on at daccarett. Close out man. I mean obviously are razor teammates. Seth cantero he's he's doing pretty damn good over there. What's your take on. What's happening over there.

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"casey k" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

07:26 min | 10 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"And you know what your will thank you all right having said. Yeah i think it's about time to jump into this interview with my good friend. Polaris razor teammate. And one of the baddest dude on the planet and offered car casey curry. I would like to welcome the man of the week my new. Polaris razor teammate. Mr casey curry casey. Welcome to the show buddy. Thank you so much for having me on. It's been a while. I'm trying to think back to you. We we've had you on a few times over the years. I know once after you won the world championship clan. And i think we've had you on air since then at one point. But it's it's been been a while. And i gotta tell you you've got a lot happened last couple of years. Yeah it's It's been a crazy run. I'm you know with The decisions that we d- to do all decisions we've done over the years with the switching up the racing and going and trying different things going and doing rally Yeah it's been. It's been a wild adventure to say the least well and i guess i don't want to talk about this players razor thing. We'll get to that in a minute. But i feel like there's so much gap between in your career at least on the show and things like that because i wanna talk like you've been one of the few and i know there's a few in the industry that consistently they evolve and they change things up and i feel like you've always kind of been one. Where always looking. what's next. what's going to be the next big thing. Where where can i go to improve my program to to help my sponsors. Let's deliver value. Let's go places where nobody else has been. And and try and create a stir over there. And i feel like you've been pretty successful with that man i Yeah i mean. It's you know obviously with with risk comes reward and but at the same time vice versa. Right sometimes you take the risk and there's no reward at all and your ten steps backwards. And i feel like that's kind of how my my racing career has kinda gone of. I don't want to do the same thing. I don't wanna raise the same races and You know we're we're all reaching for the same pot and for me. It's all about looking for a blue and rather than trying to fight that red ocean of going after the same money. You know pitching the same concept everybody else. Well let's go back to because you know you'd mentioned that i mean you had a highly successful short-course program. I know you won the world championship. Cran and i mean you know. You're you're at the top of the game when it came to short-course had a lot of people you know would have gone from pro-life up to say approach to something along the lines and you know at one point you just kinda pump. The brakes on the whole short-course thing and and obviously you know. In retrospect you're probably the smartest guy in the whole industry at this point but the brakes on that completely shifted gears. I mean let's go back a few years to win. That happened because here you are at the top of your game and you just pump the brakes on that completely. I mean what was it that you saw the like. Hey we need to shift gears wind to go someplace else. Because i mean you foresaw something that not a lot of other people did. Yeah my thing is as i want a championship but won a couple of world. champion jets. You know we weren't a lot of races and we're very blessed to have the partners. Were and you know for me when i started seeing the way that the series and the sanctioning bodies iran i you know i truly wasn't a fan of what we saw on. You know for me now. I look at it. Was the biggest blessing ever that you know instead of sitting there and talking crap and wanting to be negative nancy you know i just made the decision to go and take that opportunity and and try something new so you know when it came time. There was a couple of partners that i had that. I'm i remember crystal clear going like talking to some to some sponsors gone these decisions i wanna make and if you don't like it i'm going somewhere else and and literally they were telling me. Oh it's gonna be the end of your career and and now you know it's basically been five years since i made that decision that now those some of those partners are asking for for me back in all. We wanna work with you again. It's like it's crazy. How five years ago. The biggest idiot in the world and the positions. I'm gonna make are gonna put me in the gutter and take him out of racing and you know i feel that really with everything going on in the world that you know short is gone now or it's not gone but it's it's not in a good position for for new sponsors and hopefully they get that resolved but right now it's not the best situation to be in for a racer and You know like. I felt that going into doing offroad stuff and trying to raise conquer the ball and thousand four hundred Really my thing was That woke me up. When i when i wanted to go do some rally and i started dabbling rally around the world was when you start traveling anywhere outside the united states. There's no one that knows what short-course even is there's no one that knows what these smaller events are and you start realizing that when you start traveling and also you're like man. I need to go try to conquer. That people in the world can recognize the ball. One thousand is one of those events when you start going around the world. That's where people are like. Oh well we know what the thousand. That's a big race. And that's when i was like okay. We need to do that. But it's like. I wanna do. I wanna go figure. No one's wanted. I know nothing about it and You know linked up with a team and took the opportunity to learn and you know obviously Got successful out of quick. We want a bunch of world rallies i one rallies in Like seven different countries and You know the moon car things worked our we were able to get the victory there and you know that's where i realized that you know to be successful in off. Offroad you gotta be always at the top of your game but you gotta try to try to live differently than everybody else. So you know at the same time. All that's going on you know. I have three full-time guys. Were just doing media content. So we're you know we're trying to push out what All that we can to show the lifestyle that we live in talking about that. you know. let's go back to the course transition. Because i feel like it was a kind of a homecoming of sorts to you because you kind of at that point in time. Jeep became back into the picture. I mean obviously people think of rocks keeps your your family's last name i mean it's it's kind of iconic in that industry. Did you feel like you know moving from short-course to some of the desert and the jeep type stuff. I mean that was a little bit of a coming home for you Absolutely the funny thing about that. Was it really. All dante was sponsored by factor nissan for the first five years of My short-course career. So when nissan pulled out i was like man. I'm not gonna run a nissan bodies. They're not sponsoring. Sounds like talking to my dad was like well shoot. I i mean i still have all the good sponsors that mike. I'm gonna build a g body on this thing. And and i'm gonna put a jeep body metro of course truck and i don't care what anyone says i'm gonna go after you know the market of what you know what the family business is all about and and some that moment is when it opened the is that men does niche out. There that you know. I need to captivate on and really focus on that. No one else has. And that's when it begun. Like as soon as i put that seat body on my short-course truck all son. I had new partners wanting to reach out. I do opportunities that. I've never seen before and like the ball just took off in a way that i was like man. I'm gonna wanna ride this and and enjoy it because really comes back to what i love. Come back to my family. My roots and at the same time you know i wasn't getting any sponsorship really from my dad at that time but if you know obviously has a family man anything i can do to help my family out..

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"casey k" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

04:28 min | 10 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"Is different. It's about partnership versus hunting and killing. There you go for those who are listening. Were falling along with me and now understand understood that i don't understand that is thing on me. I should i explain better so well. You understand what great power competition is. Yeah yeah i got that part. I know i get it. I'm just. I'm gonna have to think about it for a little while yet about partners so casey lots over here so just bear with me. That's fine Civil it's it's growing branch. That's still trying to figure cell and the active component i think is some. I don't know i can give my own opinions now. At some point needs to find a way to divorce itself from the reserve component because they have different functions and their used differently and they support different things. So you almost wanna just make up a different name for it. Don't be civil fares. But instead we have one consolidated place that rights doctrine. And i think it just gets funky because as people in sulphur brilliant. But they're smart. People that from civil affairs serves to that are contributing. A lot of brainpower to riding doctrine. And then when you have two different communities trying to like write one doctrine for two that do different things it gets a little weird and then not to mention every civil affairs battalion is regionally aligned just like every sf group so the way you would apply those forces in every theatre becomes completely different. What you're doing in southcom is very different from what we need to be doing in com so every civil affairs officers and sf team leaders. Experiences are different. You know at sf teams that go to afghanistan our training partner military to fight the taliban and do things like that whereas in south end. They're doing like you know five months. Six month deployments whereas a lot of what's going on south america's just jay sets so you just go for thirty days or more to like do a little training exercise with another country and you come home. You're there temporarily so you're everyone's experience various by theater and everyone can interpret. All three are soft branches completely differently because they run into different things. I mean it makes perfect sense to what you're talking about as far as a rebranding in some ways. Because i could see where not all things are created equal if you have if you have a set that's actually supporting it sorta like light infantry mechanized infantry rangers and the reason why you call those things are to define specifically how they support the mission which is always changing. It is but i mean it's. It's i mean. Rangers are basically light infantry. But i mean it's it's you know what i mean. It's it's that brand Part of it. That i think i can hear what you're saying that if it's If you're civil affairs and you say civil affairs is automatically now assumed could be most people probably assume that you're soft whereas you may not be because you reserve in so now if you're doing that it'd be like oh you know now is opens up a whole nother conversation. Okay what's the difference. One of my colleagues Made the point that i. I don't know how you would apply but civil affairs. The soft function of civil fares. Could i dunno potentially somehow be combined with fe or foreign area officers. I've got a ton of colleagues that that's really what they wanted to get at in. The end was become like an expert on a certain region in the country. We all go through language training and stuff like that. But you're so busy doing all the other different pieces of train up. You don't always get to be as smart as the foreign service officer from the department of state you might encounter so if you kind of elevate that education piece to make fail and civil affairs from the special operation side the same. I don't know there's probably a thousand reasons why that can't happen or shouldn't happen. I don't know what they are. And i don't know they're not they're not here to argue with me so other side of that though is like an i. Baton you know you reggie bridgman said he fifth ranger regiment. Now has in my betine. So you're m. I but you just happened to be in bridgman and armagh. So you don't have civil affairs supporting the conventional.

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"casey k" Discussed on Cannabis School

Cannabis School

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on Cannabis School

"Know, when you're starting out just a little and just letting it go giving that time, like Brandon said just, you know, give it 30 minutes an hour, you're going to feel it quickly. I've noticed that whenever consuming flower is definitely very, very quick after exhaling, you will start to feel it off, unless you have a extremely high tolerance, which, you know, sorry for you. And you can do things like, tolerance breaks to be able to get that back up. But, you know, dead. Whatever. You know, it depends on what you are, you a habitual user? Are you once awhile, user? Are you only use it at night time or you only one these in the morning? Like yeah there's so many different ways to be able to consume cannabis and win but so we've talked about that with flowered though. I personally have never tried it in a vape pen, have you? I haven't Casey Jones. I've only had in flower. Yeah. I've never noticed it like, this is a crazy Jones pan. Yeah, it's not one, that's been really popular in a lot of the places that I've seen I've had it when we got Willie, Nelson's reserve and then I got another time in Colorado somewhere. Yeah. This this strain is actually been great for creativity. You would love like, your mornings obvious work on a lot of marketing ideas and, you know, for conversation and creativity. This is it's fantastic strain. Yeah, I agree. I remember, definitely one of my go to, you know, not to adapt to prop up. I'm pretty sure there's going to be a grower or sometime. Spencer going. Yeah, Willie Nelson's reserves good but this one's better, you know, honestly it really comes down to taste and it show us what you got, right? It just varies from person to person, you know, and, and off please know that when you're going into dispensaries when you're talking to your bed tender and really asking these questions over there, that's the reason why we do we do is because we want to be able to give you a little bit more broader scope of now on some talking points over there, and it's to feel more conversational. When you go to talk to you about tender, and you're going to develop a relationship with your butt tender that is going to be not necessarily just a Commerce type feel. It's definitely one of being able to figure out what works for you and your but dinner is going to learn more about you based upon the questions that you asked. And that will help guide you towards new things that come out. Yeah. Products know I love going to new dispensary and talking with them because even with my small experience and the Cannabis world has brown eyes Has experienced that can be. I'm always asking dispensaries and the blood tenders new products, what they like, how it affects them. Because there's always more coming up as being the nod. Being new to the Cannabis world. That's necessarily knew about 2 and 1/2 3 years into the Cannabis world. And understanding as much as I can about, cannabis is brought not only my views on it, but it's also been able to help as far as when people ask me questions, they put a lot of people have a hard time asking questions about cannabis, then they're like, this is what make me high off. Yeah, a lot of people are afraid to talk about it openly. Yes still. Yeah, no matter where you are. Regardless, if it's medicinal, if it's rack, if it's wreck and medicinal, there's so many different people out there that still have a stigma attached to it in the main thing is they don't want to lose control and they're looking for an alternative source for something. So I'd agree. Casey Jones. Good headspace wage. Doing really good about yourself, a great pick-me-up. For those who suffered a lot of anxiety. A lot of the, a lot of depressive, feelings. Of course, I'm not a doctor by any means. I'm, I'm not telling you, the wage going to feel better on, but for me, personally, I have experienced that. Yeah, it's a great strain. I agree. Cool. So, thanks so much again, guys, we are super grateful to be able to have you on the show off and look forward to next week, we're going to be honest more stuff, right? Yeah, look forward to talking to you guys next week..

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"casey k" Discussed on Cannabis School

Cannabis School

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"casey k" Discussed on Cannabis School

"All right, everybody. Welcome back. We are here today to be able to talk to you about a wonderful little train. And when I say this name, you're going to even think of two different one. His locker to, he hung out with the Ninja Turtles. And that's right, we're talking about Casey Jones today. Wonderful strain over there. Brandon, what kind of strain are we talking about today. Did you mean Davy Jones? Davy Jones? Casey Jones a wonderful strain. What type of strain is it? This is going to be a sativa dominant. Hybrid. Jones is a fantastic wake and bake, strain. One of the top ones out there. It's mixed with train wreck and tie an East Coast. Sour Diesel ink also popular for the Ninja Turtles and the original Casey Jones, back in the nineteen hundreds who died saving a ton of civilians on his tray. Oh that's right. That's right. Yeah. So if you're into trains or hockey masks, maybe check it out or turtles. Yeah. Yeah. No. I mean and and I've had personal Spears. Chase Jones actually going to give a shout out to Willie, Nelson's Reserve that's the one that we remember that one. It was pretty good. You know you'll go through different cannabis over there and for those who are getting indoctrinated in the Cannabis world, they're all going to smell the same. They're all going to smell like skunk e, hayat, smelly things that you've grown up or if it's anything, like I smell pot, but it's definitely not. You're getting some really soft tones with this one very earthy smell, but a wonderful way to be able to consume straight flower. If you're doing it that way, either through a pipe bomb or whatever may you may be using, but it's wonderful in that sense. It's it's so rough. I remember that one fares finally over there, there was an industry and we got, they're going to that one another episode. But you know with sativa over there and as you can tell, there's a theme at that one, I'm a huge fan, Brandon likes them, but prefers is Indica so, you know, a little bit of sugar. Spice. Right? I'm more of the spice Brand's. Very sugary for a little sweet. So separated my coffee. No. But you know so it can take a strategic. A question that's in my head is somebody is going into sativa hybrid sativa dominant hybrid, what are they looking for? Now when I mean let's talk about more of Baptists and all before the recreational. Yeah of course some Casey Jones is it's actually really Pleasant sediba so it's uplifting. A lot of people use it for anxiety and depression and stress. So it has a very chatty after affected conversation. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Sometimes a certain strains such as in a very strong Indica, not a whole lot of conversations going at know. You become one with the couch. Yeah. Or just staring at that one. This is a great time to like watch movies and it doesn't have to be dead. Like deep Clockwork Orange you know, Pink Floyd The Wall type movies and like you could literally watch anything. You could watch one of the worst films of all time. Battlefield are actually quite enjoy it. I would say, I don't need a couple sativa, I don't know. Like I definitely is like what you stated, it's more of a conversational, you know, would be great at a get-together bought a party over there. Would you say that an edible would be preferred or would be smoking flower or vape? That depends on you. If you are new, I always put a recommend flower or if they suck Vapes are usually higher concentrate. So my go-to, if your new is always going to be flower, but a lot of people don't particularly like pagemill. So if you're going to do that, there's teachers or our pens, The Vaping is easier. You just get a slightly higher concentrate. So dosing always start low and slow down. Well, you talked about that, too. I mean, some of the ways that I was introduced to cannabis was like a bubbler instead of a pipe and the bubbler actually helps a lot with that one. You talked about before another episode that we thought we were like an ice Butler. Yeah, they have ice catchers at the top of the bomb. Actually, most of the big water pipes, they'll have some of them will have an ice catcher, which is just a little spot that sticks out and you can stick to 3 for ice cubes Up, Up Your Bum stem. And so as you're pulling, it'll cool it down a lot. And if you are new to cannabis, that is a very easy way to be introduced, it has really soft. And it mean, you know, you are inhaling. I mean, let's not beat around. The bush is a carcinogenic smoke, all smoke is carcinogenic and it's one white, but it doesn't have like, when you have commercialized tobacco, right? That is going to be, they've got additives to that one and birth. To get into. Like these are all the chemicals, that cuz it's a lot of it as in the plant from the growing. That's where a lot of these chemicals come from is pasta size, things like that. And that's one of the great things about cannabis is dead. That is typically frowned upon within the industry, to be able to use any type of, you know. Oh, yeah. Mainstream like, I gotta keep these bugs off. That's where a lot of these are grown hydroponically off inside, grow houses over there, there are outside ones but they use our own special blend of herbs and spices on the line there. But I mean it's kind of go off but you know it is. It's it, you know, when you talk about that one and you always go to that and I always wondered why you're like, hey, you know, flowers probably the best way into it. But, you know, take take me through. Why is flour by far? The easiest way to be able to be introduced to the Cannabis world. Yeah, the feeling that you get doesn't last long. Along with flour as it will from an edible, a tincture, even a vape, see what it doesn't hit the same highs because it's flour. It doesn't have the same concentrated dose. You're not going to get quite the same highs and it comes down faster. So if your new always low and slow, take a low-dose, see how it hits. Wait, 30 minutes waiting on a few smoking. You know, and see how that affects you because you don't want to have an experience that your very first experience is miserable and not because of that you stay away from touching it at all. Yeah, I would agree. You know, I told you about years and years and years ago. I mean this is over twenty years or twenty years ago man. Yeah about that. So a twenty years ago had an experience with cannabis and he got to the point where I was so nauseous I was throwing out. Like I didn't think that was possible but it definitely is. And that's why, you know, the heart into it, Brandon just said, you know it's better to go slow and low. Somebody that one if you're you're smoking it over there, taking a small break without inhaling, ready, double puff, fill them out and filling your lungs. When you're you're letting it out, you don't want to see this massive like Dragon cloud coming out, right? You might not well, you definitely, but I mean, and I'm at that point where I can do that but, you.

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"casey k" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"casey k" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"As like a filmmaker in residence te and for a fucking school drop public school drop-out. This was like a huge deal to me. Like academia is one that i had no idea at howard evercrack and i promised myself. This is like a moving massachusetts moving to cambridge. I'm going to. Mit i'm not gonna work while on there and on the other side of this. I'm doing something new with my career. Because i can't keep making the nike video over and over and over i've got no other prospects so i did that when i was at. Mit i learned about technology. And i can do this. Got ideas. I can pull. People can build a tech company. That's what i wanna do. Thrill his fucking books. People got my brain like you could do casey. And so then. I moved back to new york and i started that company but within that process you're talking like six seven months more of not working in spending and that was when the debt just started to accumulate and use your physical space to work at of expensive. I need to bring partners expensive now. I would look at that office years. I was like like. I remember when you took over the other side or whatever and i was like it was like how much is this costing you thousands and thousands of everything out of pocket everything and it just started a pile up and the thing about that. Tech companies are no prospects for it to make revenue. When i raised capital. I couldn't get myself a paycheck. We raised a couple of grand start. That company couldn't start paying myself from that so just into debt into debt and the debt and even when i started the blog remember then. Kansas and i had an apartment in the city responding the rent on it and like there were many months more money than our kids to be like. Hey you never gave me your half of the rent and always have some issues like oh okay. Let me call mike out. And i'm so sorry. I'm gonna why you don't have it yet of the money and that was when i was logging so i was really kind of embarrassed and i hid it from the blog and then i remember like when those checks started hitting my account so yet though the youtube jackson youtube checks came first and i remember it was like You know. I never turned my monetization on youtube channel. This is like a fact that most people. Just don't get. But i did one hundred million views before i turned on monetization because it to me at the time and this is wrong and i fucking regret. This and. I'm an idiot for doing this. But i felt like there was some degree of integrity. Like by not monetize them. I was doing it for the art of it. Fuck that like. I'm an idiot for doing that. I don't ever do that if you do that. I don't think you're an artist. I think you're fucking idiot. Now fucking idiot for doing it sir. I turned it on their member like the first month. It was six grand house. Like oh my god that covers renton like shit. We got dinner. Daddy's paying and then like the next month that was like sixteen grand. Now's i wait a minute as i sixteen times. Tov holy shit. Yeah and then the next month it was like sixty grand..

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"casey k" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"casey k" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

"It would be hard to find top five all time list without his name on it number. Twenty two took the syracuse jersey from a couple of legends before him he cemented his own legacy a legacy in which gave the lacrosse world of family of players who played the game with relentless toughness style amd creativity. Casey powell has done it all a national champion time all american multiple player of the year award all pro and mvp's pro indoor and outdoor lacrosse in a world champion in international play with team usa. But he's more. He's an ambassador of the game teacher.

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"casey k" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"casey k" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"It's not a guarantee but you can have success and joy but it requires a much different way of relating to the people who are coming in the door to work with you and for you. A great example of that and i've seen leaders and worked with leaders. That have been like gordon and i've been with leaders that are is selfless as they could become the great. They're strong leaders. They weren't week but they they knew how to work with people and get the best out of every person because everyone has strengths and they'll have areas of improvement but setting things up where those people could work in their strong spot and be able to still learn grow and depending on what they wanna be working on in those environments of the ones that tend to thrive those the ones that tend to grow those are all the organizations that did navigate things such as pandemics because those organizations that had the gordon of the world hasn't been a pleasant experience for everybody because those organizations also were of the opinion. We cannot have remote work at all and for many organizations. They were forced to that picture and they are really having a difficult time because the cat is out of the bag because their employees delivered for the most part while we were working remotely and now they're those employees. Obviously many millennials. As well are saying wait a minute. I don't want to go under the office five days a week anymore depending on the organization and impending what to do there are some teams. Like i really want to get back into the office. Because i miss the collaboration and those are healthy environments to be a part of one hundred percent agree so what's one bit of advice that you give new organizations to reach out to you that are exploring you know this new while new. It's been around for a long time You said he'd been working for a long time. But you wanna start. Implementing some of these initiatives to leave less of a footprint on the planet and do some things to make you clean energy within the organizations or the customers today sir. What are some common questions you get in. How do you guide them. An operating principle for good businesses has always been to lower. Your amount of waste is waste is a loss essentially and the only way that waste has been acceptable in business has been when the cost of waste has been pushed onto somebody else. So the most basic step. I can counsel a small or medium-sized business. To consider is to start to view your overall footprint out in the world and if you bring a mindfulness to it you're going to see ways where you are creating wasted unnecessarily and it's not forms of waste that benefit you in any appreciable direct way you know most most their waste stream so to speak keep. I'm talking about what goes out the door and in trash bags but also leaving whites on.

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"casey k" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"casey k" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome to the breakfast. Leadership show where we interview global thought leaders on business leadership in life. Here's your host keynote speaker bestselling author and chief burnout officer of the breakfast leadership network. I go eleven. welcome back. I've got my case and mike how are you. I'm good michael. Thanks for having me great to have you here so you are with tire. Come tell us a little bit about that organization and in some of the amazing work. Well thanks for assuming we do amazing. Work i i i see it that way but the fact that you see it that way is heartening we are that is top clean economy mar calm and public affairs firm. In other words we make our living helping clean economy companies win with customers and with policy makers and investors. That's an important important work in as we said it briefly and the pre show notes boy a perfect time for that you know. We've got the timing of this recording About an hour or so ago We have a new president of the united states. And there's a lot of new initiatives and things like that and of course we know that we're in the midst of pandemic and the focus of clean whether it's an energy or cleaning things and all of that kind of stuff are coming into play so let's dive in a little bit more into it so you know what what types of organizations to help with this. And what are some common questions you get from those organizations when they're exploring the work that you do so we primarily help companies that sell solutions to sustainability.

"casey k" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"casey k" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Basically i've always been music. Guy used played violin. When i was really young when i was in junior high had friends that had recording equipment and i always always a writer just little poems in this and that and then i was kind of like a hip hop not for longtime hip hop nerd. I think we all went through that phase phase and i just always eight eight mile. Came out like this. Is my life path eight mile. Yeah yeah so. I went to the eight mile phase and then i started airing recording equipment on my own because i always wanted to keep doing it. All my friends would on a stop. And i just wanted to keep going so it kind of evolved into me being more of a producer and then producer for other people and then singing at other people's projects at long story short. Yeah i started. According songs that were good on my own. Did you start writing mostly for violin. No i didn't wait for violin. My mom was like you need to play. A couple of minutes now ended up being pretty decent added. The in that you know play guitar played this could instruments and then became a stanford. Yeah that's where it's at you guys play a big fan so i play yeah i dabble in like a bunch of different things i was gonna ask you like what you create sensing mostly your do you create sense at show you all sheets plugged in but i got a bunch of nowhere mugs and m pc now random keyboards and skies heck. Yeah that's often. I've been trying to get into a little more of the vsd's and then i have this big Jupiter eighty roland. Jupiter eighty eight. That's like just full of sounds. And i love it. I'm trying to i'm trying. I'm pushing myself more this year to create more song. So i've definitely jupiter's six the attract. I'll let you know when i got one going. So yeah it's it's sick but that's cool. I like the You have quite a bit analogs then or your nice. Yeah they're They're addicting and expensive. That's what i would like to get is an analog tenth just something that just sounds so dirty you know what's one. Give me a price tag. Roughly for what one you paid for about eight hundred nine hundred. Get on with the sweetwater. Gotta make a buddy water. Yeah i was gonna say that's awesome so When was your first. I guess did you come out with an ep or did you roll out with a full album or so. I used to be. And i would project with another friend before that and so i've had projects but none of them were my solo stuff and so i've recorded songs tracks and stuff like that but nothing like i said that nothing. That's up to par with what just released so it was kind of a longtime coming. I love your stuff. It's good very release. The electric twenty pandemic year. What's that sorry you just released saying words in twenty twenty twenty twenty year parts. Hobart i there you go there. You go was an exciting day it was. There's a lot of work. I was like stressing up until the point gave myself out release date. I have like the best friends. Were out of a studio in in minneapolis and they helped me get it to the air and so i had done but it wasn't like mastered mastered so they kinda help me give it another little push. As far as mixing goes in a gave myself a time line and just executed it and so yeah felt pretty good folk rain nice. That's also it's always funny. Once you pick a day or like k. It's gonna be done this day. Yeah and just all of a sudden days here and it's like oh shit like jumping off a cliff and hoping you start flying. You're gonna fall. Who came up with your album art. It's pretty cool. Those actually anna my girlfriend as well so we did that too. And so she's a media creators as well and Erin i always been a drought so she kinda free handed that photo. It was a photo of me. And she just like drilled by hand and then just added some cool stuff to it. And so i was hyped on that too. I gotta get sticker scowling. Get sick we're gonna need some of those some of those stickers. I send you guys from you. Went to high school together. Unanimous yup so. Have you been like high school. I kind of. I mean that breakdown. No they Moved away to new york and she worked in fashion with to school there and she was there for like seven years. We had a mutual friend and so when she came back I saw her and that was a game over there. I like that. Yeah did she knows gave over at that point or did you have to know. But i knew that's awesome. Yes yes cool hot. How did you get her on one of the tracks in. I was during the time of recording. The album i was. I had back surgery. Just before it in my buddy who produced it got laid off both had like a bunch of downtime. And i was like super tired. Because i had like take medicaid and shit and i remember really tired in amos mid to keep going. Anna came down and she just picked the mike up and started singing stuff and was like one two takes. Maybe she's just she's got a knack for it for sure. That's awesome casey. Going back to your album here. Real quick which one means what song was like. I don't know the most closest to you when you were writing it in terms of i guess personal Maybe stories our experiences or anything like that. I have a how come is with was like the one single got a music video that actually shot with my girlfriend and again and edited myself that one kinda hit close to home with changing making a change in your life with whether it be people or decisions you making that Hold to my heart. Pretty close sin flow as my friend. Donna who passed away. And so that means a lot to me i like the maughan. It was the first time i was like really excited about. All things was that graham passed away graham. Yeah actually attacked two of them only. Let's see it. That's that's also that's set out matthews mccoy. Okay all like that. So did you choose. October first for a specific reason or was it. Just like hey. I'm throwing a dot on the calendar and that's it that's kind of. I was just like i needed done. And that seemed like a good was like a month or two and enough time death. Sometimes you just got to set a deadline and the move you know you got louis other ones just stay. It would still be my computer. Yeah yeah no for sure did you. Did you produce the whole thing yourself. I i share the credit with my boy amos ryan amos swell so high school with. He's credited as producer. He did all the production. Basically i will get my hands on some shade or whatever but so then. I guess my question is what is wild ish media while there's media company. I have a media company. Make videos in tougher real estate agents. Hire me Owners in create content for them. I get my saint james in their videos. So yeah.

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"casey k" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

The Pascal Show Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"casey k" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

"I saw that. Yeah you need to send that to me. I'll do reaction of your event. You should see my Leon and talk about if there's been any like racism towards people in what she's doing closing her restaurants down. Yes hours they My Lee was on case decay. I mean not not are my lead but the restaurant. My Lee was on Casey K. Last night yeah. I guess they're forming some sort of group of restaurants looking for During the crisis goodrich dry cocoa shea butter. You ought to see this leg of mind. It is disgusting like all dry flaky. Oh my God it looks like I got a sunburn on it like it looks like a word skin. Twelve seconds all right three two eight big Asian. The buildings were written now to people failed to get five days. Show.

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"casey k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"casey k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"casey k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"casey k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Okay I want to know about you. Do you play guitar. Weenie chance fuck. No NO BASE GET OUT GET OUT. Get the fuck out. Oh my God. This is so crazy. Okay because what am I was like I? Don't she's like one day? Just look at them? They're hot and I can't see you but I feel like you're hot as is we're in the back you know. Yeah fucking like we can keep the pace. I'm touching myself. Good good girl. Good girl can't wait for them to lift. That wall. Can't wait for them to lift. Is that what they do yet? Do you like chat. I really do. I think. That's a great okay. How about this huge? Your Auto Improv guys dated. I want you to know that sincerely did you do a ton of improperly. Thank know it just had a lot of lonely times in the woods behind my parents house and then that's where Chad was born all kinds of creatures record just alone outside of Seattle far from Seattle. It's a tragic story but here we are now here. We are now in the twenty Barbie Doll. We're own woman. Did something really fucking talk about the weirdness of that realization? I've never really vocalise that. But it's all true. Okay now I'm going to ask you some questions okay okay. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Mental what was your favorite children's book. Oh the hundred dresses I duNno. It's really good. It's about girls being left out. What was your favorite Toy Child? Who Tinker Toys? Remember those and I like pople's number pople's no it's no. I'm way older than you are. He's not tinker toys. Weren't daylight from the board. I think so I think so. My parents were thrown out. Whatever the fuck they could find from a thrift store. Wow you really knew how to make your way in the world with that kind of these questions. It'd be so revealing about my parents economic asteroids tinker toy. You heard me right all right. What did you want to be growing up an actress so you were already performed a young thinks? Oh which is so annoying but yes are you. The youngest in your family know the oldest. That feels unusual. Usually the youngest feel are trying because the parents have given up on you. I loved female. Comedians watching them. Who Am I got? I Love Madeline Kahn. And Catherine O'Hara everyone on Molly Shannon Cheri Oteri. I was obsessed with clue is a big movie for me. She ever see clue. Yes I'm having deja Vu Madeline Kahn. Eileen Brennan Lesley Ann Warren I was like Oh well. Three women are in a movie and they're also funny you don't normally it's like maybe one. Goldie Hawn of course. Did you have like those comfort movies that you could watch? Yeah I was big into steel magnolias. Steel magnolias rushing over and over and over. And I've seen it about a million times I'm gonNA tell you one that I've watched over over his democratic right firms of endearment. So you're drawn. Is this like the release for you? Yes but terms of endearment is very funny. Yeah what about kids movies intake neverending story now I never wanted to some I also never. My parents never showed me like not. They showed me but I never did. You Watch all the breakfast club. All those never seen any of my friends houses my little mermaid. Of course I saw. Yeah I watch a lot of Jane. Fonda workout video was on kind of my mom's doing okay. What was your first boss-like insane absolutely insane. I was her assistant for years and years. This was in Virginia in New York. Well I mean I babysat my whole life but this was like my first boss boss and she changed her name legally to make her last. I'm just going to say her last name. Not Her first name. Her last name was Vermeer and she changed the spelling to make it so people would think she was related to the painter. Yep She went danger. Throw quarters at my head. It's no no. She would get my attention. She tried to throw him at my shoulder to get my attention and she thought it was such an idiot. Because I kept money's falling pocket so I just keep pocketing. It would be so upset. She had me come in on the treadmill and she'd be crying Wade and she'd want me to older hand kind of a as this. She was funding like very small motion picture. Thing that are ex husband was funding but we never made any films and we work for five years and oh no it was as dark. She wanted me to dress up and go to Frances mcdormand house and give her the script. It was really embarrassing and horrible jobs. You do that into one of the most intimidating people in Hollywood and just like go to her and find her. She's like I think I know her apartment building. This is wrong last thing is we were being evicted she goes don't open the door to anyone because it could be someone serving US papers. We're just GONNA stay here. They can't cacus out so if anyone knocks we get into a free standing wardrobe in her office and we stand there but I was coming in with my lunch. One day I saw Fedex guy behind me and he kinda followed me and he's like oh I need you to sign this. I wasn't thinking signed for it. He kicked us out in. That was our last day and she screamed at me like the most abusive screaming in the world. And I finally the first time I go. GimMe My fucking Jack. You fucking and it felt. I had not spoken like back to her one time. Okay what is your greatest fear leaving my children without a mother. We're just like chocolate chip. Yes okay to him. Would you most like to apologize. And why? That's a fucking hardware to an old boyfriend that I treated really badly and who was just such a nice person. That's nice that's nice. Yeah but I think most of us have a degree of that guy was when I was growing up I was unlike sea minus social level. You were oh for sure maybe depressed but I remember being not so kind. I remember being cruel. If I'm being honest to a couple of kids that were like lower than I was and I really regret that. There's a girl I'm thinking of now in third grade. That was really mean to sixth grade. I've also thought I'm like should I get in touch with her and apologize. Does that draw more attention. I've forgotten and is it the gift that we're giving ourselves by you know like wh. What is it for so complicated? You're doing that because other people weren't treating you very well. Yup I was like the it was like a shelter dog. This is so when you became such a success did those being a and they come out of the woodwork. No I lost touch with everybody so I don't know if sounds like that was good. Well I think it like I spent my middle school and high school just hoping that the world was Baker. Yeah it helps it. Oh was acting at a young age. Yeah I wonder if as oldest child did you feel more of a sense of responsibility I did. Someone was saying about sibling. Order like the oldest one is coming over the hill. I like in battle because the parents don't know what they're doing and you're kind of just the first like you're out there in the front line in a way and I'm not saying I'm here but I think you know the oldest kind of sees the most gets like the most chaotic hyper nece around the old around you so I think I was responsible. My brother and I had very different experiences growing up. I feel like a lot of siblings. There's overlap but also it's like two different childhood sometimes. Yes I agree. You're the youngest. Yeah Ok- that's Wayne Brady? You're not Bradey ACL.

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"casey k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"casey k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hey dear listeners. Today's guest is the wonderful actress. Comedian and screenwriter. Casey Wilson you probably know from happy endings. Bride Wars Mary. Me and a zillion other things. I really love talking with her. And I hope you enjoyed the episode before we begin. I want to read a couple of your responses to our unqualified calls. The first letter is for emily. Who is on the episode? Judy greer. Emily has been dating a guy from her work and was concerned about their age difference of eighteen years. This is from Katie. Who Writes Hi Ana my husband and I have a nineteen year age gap and I completely understand how. Emily feels when we met. I was twenty nine and he was forty eight. We were friends from the dog park and I didn't know until our third date how old he really was. We both thought such an age difference would end our relationship before it even really begun. Luckily it didn't end all of my friends giving the same advice that you and judy gave emily. Age is nothing but a number if you're happy and enjoy each other's company it won't matter. My friends were right. Most of the time I forget how much older he is and other people stopped carrying assuming they ever did care. But Emily don't have those one sided conversations in your head talked to him. Tell him your concerns. Honest communication is one of the most important things in any relationship wishing you the best Katie. We also received another letter for D. Who's on episode with Ed Tros? Di Di was recently married and is finding it difficult living on a military base with her enlisted husband. This is from Dylan. Who writes. Hey Ana I too was dependent in a military family and I wanted to share this experience with D. When I was eleven in two thousand four my mom married a guy in the British army and we moved away to Cyprus. Cyprus was great. We considered ourselves lucky as most positions were reserved for residents of Cyprus. Unfortunately after three years we were moved again this time to an army base in southern England. It was an awful place. Mother became deeply depressed of course affected all of us even from a young age. I could see the disparity between how a man was treated on the army base. Compared to how a woman was treated. I also think that there was a lot of pressure on army wives to hurry up and have a baby as if they just need to occupy themselves with something you would think all these women would take care of each other but that was not the case. There seemed to be a hierarchy among the older wives and they were very unfriendly to. My mom ended up moving several times before coming back to our homeland. Scotland and by then the military life had really taken a toll. I would advise D to really think about her future and not make any decisions lightly. Having a child will of course change her life forever. I just got back into the podcast after a period of bad health. And I'm loving it so much. I really hope you're doing well on it. And I'm sending you lots of love from not so sunny Scotland. Dylan thank you Dylan. Thank you Katie. And thank you dear listeners..

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