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Election forecaster Rachel Bitecofer explains "the reason Joe Biden is the nominee"
"Rachel Bitta coffer. Thank you very much for coming on the podcast on the pleasures. All mind. Jonathan. Thank you okay. So five years ago. Nobody knew who you were two years ago. Almost two years this come July. You did something that put you on them. Map what you do out. Two years ago and July I came out and on twitter where a grand total of six hundred sixty twitter followers and nice started. Trolling the big election forecasters and They were having serious conversations as to whether the Democrats could pick up the twenty three seats they needed to flip the house and I introduced my new theory and model which was Arguing no no no because her way undercutting us it's going to be about forty seats and the reason why is because the electorate is going to be reshaped by backlash to Donald Trump. Now you said in July is July twenty eighteen. You put out a forecast that said initially forty two seats and folks thought you were nuts. They did they thought I was nuts and Took real umbrage to the certainty number one that I was talking about Especially because I was pointing out a specific districts. Some of them were Obviously not controversial. They were agreed upon really competitive districts. They've released as toss ups by others. But and I was saying. No these are one hundred percent to flip but really Especially things like Virginia's seventh district which were not even on other people's radar at the time is that That's down in the Richmond area of the suburbs of Richmond. And I said not districts GONNA flip. I don't care if it has played host to one of the House Freedom Caucus most ideological members and David Brat. It is going to be a democratic seat after these elections. And and that's what happened. Is that one okay. So why were you so certain? I was so certain number one because I had already developed the theory and watched it play out and win election cycle actually in two thousand seventeen election cycle in Virginia. Where I happened to be based I Had said to my colleague as we entered that polling season. We did polling state. Polling there in Virginia You know this is my expectation. I think we're GONNA see an electorate. That's much more democratically In a democratically comprise. We're GONNA see more young voters more voters of color more women more college educated voters in these voters are going to be breaking much more strongly for. Democrats than what you've been seeing under the Obama years and we need to account in this In our likely voter modeling because otherwise our polling is going to underestimate the Democrats support or Ralph Northam support in the election. And you know My colleague was certainly In agreeance that there was going to be Advantage for Democrats but the size and the shape of it. I think you know he was a little skeptical of until we saw it manifest in that virgin the election and the election night I was coming up to DC to do some local radio on whammy with coach. Mandy and I was literally yelling in the car. Oh my gosh I should have modeled this. I should have put something out I. I knew this was going to happen. Was a nine point. Route and Democrats picked up fifteen seats in the house of delegates. And so I committed right then and there I was gonNA find a way to model my theory and I was going to do something for two thousand eighteen and that's what I did. Okay so you sort of talked to round your theory. What is the theory? The theory is for the last eight years of you know for eight years. Basically of the Obama Administration. You know we had this Obama. Coalition emerge right two thousand and six. You see the Democrats. Pick up control of the House of Representatives and Then you see them. You know flipping the presidency in two thousand eight. I mean think people forget how big of a mandate that Obama election was picking up You know states like Missouri and North Carolina in that process and then all of a sudden. It's just disappeared right. Twenty ten they go from from that huge Obama win in two thousand eight to just getting shellacked with sixty three seats in the House of Representatives. And you know the narrative that was set on the Cable News. Chagos was Oh. The Democrats have reached with Obamacare and independence turned against them. And that's the story of the and and you know sitting at home and working on my PhD. Just getting started in Grad School to get to this point where I am now and I remember looking at the election data and just being like that is not what the data says. The data says turnout collapsed. And when it did it collapsed were heavily amongst Democratic voters. People who cast ballots either as Democrats are independence but cast them for Democratic candidates. And I just couldn't understand why the media narrative missed that important component So you know when I was looking at You know the elections of twenty fourteen and twenty ten. I was thinking about who didn't show up to vote more than anything else. And you know that's really what drives my research. Is this argument that. In the polarized era where we do have such little bit of Crossover Voting Republicans Voting for Democrats and vice versa. What matters at the end of the day in a competitive race is the is the composition of the electorate demographically Because that will determine the partisan composition and if the partisan composition doesn't good for Democrats are GONNA lose the race only looks good. Apparently when Democrats are freaked out. And they're only tout when they're not in power so never crafts. All ways freaked out even when they are empowered. Sabih like an inherent trait. You would think now you you said that. Turn out collapsed in two thousand ten but also in two thousand fourteen and a lot of the media the chatter. The cable chatter then was it collapsed because of disappointment in in Obama at both in Tan and in fourteen is it as granular as that or is it that the the Democratic Party and the candidates didn't do enough to maintain the enthusiasm from Eight and twelve so glad that you asked because Anybody that follows me on twitter will know that. I put a lot of the onus on Democrats the Democratic Party The D. Trip The DNC the SEC and the way that they approach electioneering as compared to the way that the Republican Party approaches electioneering. You know in in terms of what happened Democrats do not do an effective job getting their voters excited to show up to vote They liked to have cerebral Conversations voters that overestimate no offense to voters the Basically the intelligence of the electorate think income search for exactly. I think everybody's on Morning Joe Panel and whereas the Republicans are talking to the gut always and it's always about stakes right. If you don't show up to vote everything you love will fall apart. Die Right I mean that's that's a message right and they make people care about things that are are things people don't care about people don't care about state and local politics. It's unfortunate it's not fair. It's actually rational given the amount of influence that state and local politics has over one's life but it's a fact right and so the way that Republicans deal with that is they tie. They nationalize state and local officials to national politics or to national issues like abortion and guns and that way the voters like okay. I don't care about John Smith but he supports trump and I love trumps. So I'M GONNA show up to vote right. Democrats really fail to tap into that nationalized messaging. You'll hear them all the time. Say we'll all politics is local right like it's like one thousand nine hundred eighty tip. O'neill thing and if that was ever true. It's certainly not true now. All politics is national. The Republican Party gets that they get that voters will only show up in a high stakes environment and so they make that high stakes environment for them.
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"chagos" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I it's funny how people most if i get the sense that most people are in on the signing but i do think it is a smart signing from this perspective. It is absolutely low risk correct but you talked komo. Shack shack was talking about with dwight in turn was shack was added papa. John's event shack his spokesman now for papa. John's is which is smart by papa. John's absolutely you at one point. We all thought you were racist. Pizza okay and then we'll get your spokesman and i went and got a large two days later noble komo racist pizza for baba john's so with that said and i don't. I don't have the audio because it's t._m._z. And i know we have to clear it just takes but basically shack was asked by t._m._z. Hey shagged you hear about dwight signing with the lakers chagos who he's i do i twice the lakers back home for the kids are given every pizza like shag is still not down with dwight like that so so i could see shack not being in on that particular signing by any stretch of the imagination he clearly still has some beef with dwight even after that episode there yeah what the it's still. He's never felt that dwight's been all in you know what i mean. The white has been a player with so much potential to be just dominant dominant dominant senate and the white you know the way that he plays the game and also the demeanor that he has when he plays the smile. Joking around shack was ideal. You gotta get serious. Here's some point and it's almost to a point where people are rooting for dwight in the seriousness now because that's where he's at in his career. He's not serious now if he does a series now lebron kick off the team straight up. Now people are sending me messages. Do we know what linda ram will you stop stop. There was nobody from the lakers. That was a lady named arlene from anaheim who clearly the lakers and by the way i agree with her. It's a low wrist move darlene how neat i've learned one thing about being in this town for three years plus now..
"chagos" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Colomer should moore. I'm with the man who's always right daniel. What's whereas this come from the controversial lance armstrong apparently you so you've got this from an an untrustworthy source yourself daniel and lionel bernie hello richard hello daniel lionel lionel janis. That's remotely not remotely. I'm not remotely joining lionel. I'm at home. I'm on a station education at home and facebook group suggested that in response to go thomas luke gross podcast what's occurring we should we should coalesce walk for caring what fits hikari the weekend was. What was it four nil defeat in the first game of the season incorrect. What was it three and five live. Neil move on okay. Well not enough but lots of football quarter for this episode. Don't actually know really why well you'll you'll find out uh-huh oh god don't don't put people off and lost the cycling to talk about. He'll give us us right up in a minute. We're also going to a tailgate and heart in this episode so the team in the office writer who apparently will be leading the team at the vuelta spagna coming in well starting a couple of weeks so we'll hear from him. We'll also hear an excerpt from our new friends special lunch with john. Travolta switch severi very personal intimate listened as we'll hear a little bit of from that later on but line. Do you have a news round up. Please indeed rich yeah well. In the first part. We'll talk about the european road race championships <hes> <hes> and in the second part of the podcast we'll be talking about the tour of poland so those two things up at the appropriate time as you say lots of raising going on richard although the women's tour scotland didn't quite get off to the plan start because stage one from dundee to dump firmly was canceled because of extreme weather very hard. You're in a few minutes just go lionel had very high winds and standing water on the course on stage one well. I just joked richard with you between friends that scotland what having summer on state one of the women's tour scotland so the state would have to be cancelled but that's just a little joke between us. It's not detailed of our scottish van november of embassy later in the episode that we have them. All why didn't aim for often eggs are available while the race underway the following day and alison jackson canadian. I'm reid with the tipco s._p. Be team won the sprint but the overall on his went to thomas of the u._s._a. Who won the third stage in edinburgh ahead of her teammate at least shop to give big pro cycling the overall onus hipsters grand tour the tour of portugal with one by shower at one of four what w fifty two f c porter ride it in the top five. That's that's the final football reference and as well huge crowds watching some of the stages he's and what daniel you've you've already expressed interest in going and covering the tool portugal next year and daily coverage in columbus zeros well. I i covered a <hes>. I went to ten years ago. The volt peppered throughout and one of the highlights of my psyching. Summaries always were generally <hes>. I'm watching my favorite writer internationally johnny how who he's a he's an iconic cycling completely unknown. I think to most people but he's one of the ah i was thinking earlier. <hes> how many how many professional cyclist almost universally known and recognized by only their first name <hes> other any i think remco evaded police probably on on track for that land lance the controversial but johnny dow is is university now input johnny johnny and the <hes> one of the highlights of of the cycling summer is hearing the f._t._p. Portuguese state television commentator marco chagos. I think he's you just referred the guiliani guiliani guiliani but johnny is the <hes> the portuguese poodle. He's finished third second three times. I think in the volta portugual and another couple a couple of times in the top five never won it very sad well that we all next year. You'll be the to portugal to see him winning. I wanna friends special special. Johnny just call it johnny john f course johnny who gallon <hes> for a time with a think universally recognized as is johnny..
"chagos" Discussed on World News Analysis
"And talking about broader picture recently, the Basel Convention on the control of transponder movements of hazardous, wastes, and their disposal has added plastic on the list, and Canada is a signatory of the convention. So what do we know about how effective if this convention really working? Well, I think one of the aspects of just nothing not here. I'm one hundred ninety seven countries or so have signed on, and I will surprise that a piece from the reports. I read the United States. It's not the same, but as far as concerned, we're not be the on the most major countries of the world are involved here. And well, these are indepedence awareness is many high, and he's mentioned already being taken my shopping in the supermarket chains on don't use plastic anymore, paper and paper cards. So as far as the Philippines is concerned and spars outsor-, we are now implementing disposables strictly up same time in terms of hazardous waste. She's also. Something that government takes because I'm aware of because I mean. The passports, each are controlling substance. So the things they implemented when I question, it's a long time phenomenon that developed countries export their waste to developing countries. Some people describe this as a waste of colonialism. So how do you see this phenomenon is the situation changing globally? Well, I think I can say I speak for anything. Yes. Indeed. These are all vestiges of the colonial period than long, video and seems president started this independent points on, I think that great awareness about these issues among other, and, well, that's why I think this garbage importation from Canada has been taken as a priority issue, which, of course, look at the entire context of problems, the country, which is ready small, but because governments, I think the president attempted because it is symbolic of relationships snow once which is reject this savory unacceptable relationships and reflected in scar tissue when the west. And so. So this is dependent foreign policy. They flex in so many things into this of this garbage problem with kind of security much. Mr. Laura foot. Join us that was Herman laurel. The founder of the Philippine bricks strategic studies group, a think tank of the Philippines in global affairs. And also, meantime, costumes in Chinese city of Dalian has watered shipping back of some six hundred eighty tens of suspected smuggle solid waste back to where they originated, these guys with fake documents to waste of Neum drowsy was seized late last year. The suspects have been detained and further investigation is underway. China began importing solid waste, as a source of raw materials in the nineteen eighties. And it was the world's largest importer for years, despite this week capacity in garbage disposal. Some companies have illegally brought foreing waste into the country for profit posing a threat to the environment and public health. So China decided to face out. Out and halt, such imports by the end of twenty nineteen except for those containing source resources that are not substitute able. That's take a short break here coming back fief drops plan for a forty eighteen World Cup in twenty twenty two. You're listening to world today..
"chagos" Discussed on World News Analysis
"It's more of that can give its opinion about certain things. But the average whoever does have power is that it does control the room over the election of the policy leader that in principle, the ninth. Twenty two. Could change the rules in Detroit hours another confidence in the communist. So I think the way in which to confuse panel is that if MRs may doesn't resembling shortly, they could actually change rooms and resigned. So now if the prime minister quit who are the possible candidates to replace her, and how do they see Brexit? Well, yes. That's a very big question there, that, that seems to be a lot of kinds, I to place. Mrs may Coosa people are still in mica guy, Vanja lets herself estimate by you know there, there are considerable. A most of them in interesting that have taken a position, increasingly taking a position. That's quite hotline Brexit. I mean, they're all something like I'm Barack is a potential of he won't. At the purpose of Brexit today of the kind of physicians themselves. Because I think that they need to get the vote, so conservative members on the conservative membership is hotline on Brexit. So after this leadership reshuffle, what could be the, the possible scenarios after this of because the whole process is still there. Well, I think it's really problematic. Actually, I think that I think they, they is very significant crisis in the to replace that, that's no agreement to leave the European you used this, Nick bench to agreement have been at the same time of, of the government seems to collapse. And on top of that individual elected indication that, that will give them the majority to get agreement through the has to we stuck his position that everybody come to agreement about how European and it's not clear, howling. Considered to prime minister actually change that situation. Prime minister may suggested in her latest proposal that there could be another referendum at do think that would be a good idea. Every field. Anyway results. But that y'all realistic allies have general chin could change the Two thousand. thousand and is only if you like. I think that would fifteen that crazy, plus you can, if you have an election, the other oxidizing rented the problem that restaurant if the referendum still comes out to me, appropriate time. It's the wrestling rejected. You still have the country that, that would be expensive by day which. This week, British voters are heading to elect lawmakers for the European parliament, you mentioned of Faraj his Brexit party as well ahead in oppose to what does this mean for the UK and also for the European parliamentary elections? Interesting because everything. It is immoral. One of the reasons behind you Mitch decision to lead to. Depended. That decision with the class, and I think many, I used to about rejection of valve come just thinking about me. And I think what we've seen since out referendum is. The failure of the class because the kids, 'cause actually hits the money is whether slave will consist of. The people there as probably issue, politically. In a relationship. That stunt they pay more even. The kids cost. And then again. And, and in this vicious circle that people are shifting certain people to pay for Spanish impasse to the You said. mall. Kids. So looking back so far. How do you think Brexit, has been changing the political landscape of the UK? What is it that I could maybe I can say? Vanish into Lynn. That is supposed to. And so, I think I don't hip lecture. Shift, the Vikings ability Democrats in committee. And then the case posse of limits. They should divide. Passy healthy living that, that actually. Of some of that will cut back, Jim election. But what the whole process is done really only control politic and creativity. A big as between by in the policy when ask question stew about the European parliamentary elections, we talk about the domino effect of Brexit, like whether more countries will follow suit..
"chagos" Discussed on World News Analysis
"And this is why Donald Trump is so chilies about our because by hitting while we pettily would allow some US company to become dominant in, in the front, one to the United States under Donald Trump is not allowing any non US company to be the fun one, because they want to enjoy the highly profitable monopolistic perfect for the nation. I agree with the statement, the other half I did a back to the because there are no American telecom. Equipment companies targeting Inc the telecom infrastructure market right now. There's no no Merican companies doing that business anymore used to be loosened. Lucile later was so certain merged with architecture was so to know Kim in the telecom infrastructure side, countered, only five benders, one is to Chinese, we, as, you know, is, and the tea and way, and then there's no care. It's a Finnish company, and then Alex zone is a Swedish company and then stem cell, and that's these by companies in the infrastructure business. So, so, I think I've seen a lot of people talking about dig- even American experts. I've seen CNN talking about, you know, the, the targeting while way because it's a choice, but you Martin company probably company. But the fact of matter is. No matter companies option there's no option at all. Well, it's targeting far away. It's not just the technical infrastructure isn't. It's also the mobile technology like mobile phone, which is, is a noisy business. It's a major competitive for I for iphone. Yeah. But that's a market that is a lover much under the control of the American, the US government, and while we still series handsets in repeal market. In other parts of the world. The, the more important is the telecom, the whole argument about hallways. Women can be used cannot be used his own of other killer, Mark, you know, where they the, the ram product can be used really our cars can be used would it can be used in a cornet work? These old equipments used telecom infrastructure about it. So, so when we talk about while we as an option for the US carriers school for other carriers around the world, we're really talking about the infrastructure crimen. These are the things like base stations, switches, antennas databases, and Sygma network, these kind of things not so much about him. And it was jungle professor with the university of international business and economics and yell shoot tear chunk professor of. Comics at twenty university. Speaking with Joe young coming up latest Brexit pressure gross on Prime Minister Theresa may, to quit, a deepening diplomatic row of the Philippines threatens to dump rubbish back in Canadian waters and fee foot drops plan for a forty eighteen World Cup in twenty twenty two so far this hour. The UN general, Sambo demands, the UK was throwing on instruction from chuckles, archipelago, China and veils preferential tax policies for integrated circuit and software companies. Listen to this episode again, we're catch up on previous episodes. You can download our podcast by searching world today. I'm sweet. Stay with us..
"chagos" Discussed on World News Analysis
"You think about this exemption of the income tax of the IC design sector? I think it is a very good initiative in posible you coming little too late. And, and it could be even more generous in terms of the tax dozen given the, the serious situation for his by the I in the top meshes implemented by the US, which is highly antagonized, basically a war situation, rather than just some conviction. So time I have to depends on his won't technology innovation although China. It's necessary to close door. I think that still be open. But the basic technology to be based on the domestic soil, and China now have the capacity to do so. So he. But it may take some time. So. Yeah. Actually talking about the latest development for while way media reports say the British chip designer M halted relations with quality to comply with a US, blockade of the company and Japan's Panasonic released a statement on is trying to website, claiming it's continues to supply while way as normal. And this is actually followed in earlier statement from the company saying it had stopped the shipments of certain components who always, so what do you make offer? All this latest news of our, what does it tell us and how we're to all this impact? Wow way. Well, I think it's very clear that this company on the pressure from the United States comment people in the US government, especially in intelligence community, specially the defense community who are bent on destroying quality..
"chagos" Discussed on World News Analysis
"The UN general assembly has adopted a resolution demanding. The UK was draw is clue obstruction. From the chuckles, archipelago unconditionally within a period of no more than six month the resolution which received one hundred sixteen votes enables Marissa's do decolonize his territory as rapidly as possible, the United States has defended the UK's control of the archipelago, where there is an American military base. The group of islands in the Indian Ocean was cut off from ratios in the run-up to independence in nineteen sixty five the UK has retained position the islands ever since. Well Marissa's has continued to claim sovereignty over them, the international court of Justice in Fabry handed, Mauritius victory when he said that Britain had illegally split the islands and should surrender control. So now being with us is Alicia Muller door a journalist of Alexis immoral. So Mr. melador. Thank you, very much for join us I double about this a vote at the UN general Semneby observers say the scale of the defeat for the UK and the US came as a surprise, even to Mauritius. So in general, what can we tell from the result about how the international community views of this issue? Good afternoon, everybody. I missed that it was greedy Bri forty dollars when we do, because we had first is Lucien, which gave us the follow who bring debris that you should be the national of Justice. So once we got let me Shen always allusion to go to these national of bad. They soup the issue was dated, and it was even then they say that. Yeah. Malicious regains covering e of the is to be just to end or thirty year UK had on African countries. So I get the international communities that everybody understands that finally the end of Cornelis malicious didn't happen. Mauritius skied of pure colonize. Keep the charges in the British and so the issue is now. She's enti screen ura and give buck shock devotion and lose countries. Agreed that that's why wanted country of the United Nations voted for this person, we know resolutions of from the UN general semblance are known binding. So how much practical impact does this resolution half. Has the kind of moral. Follow says ain't the national of Justice is the highest of Justice in word. Agreed that moisture games over sixty five violent of the Bill, so thin and then the US the event of the great defenders advocates of human rights to be now they should not the holdings and national community agrees that malicious regains over and over sixty five. They should try to respect this of international of this, anything subhuman, right? It was the home of people should be able to go back to their didn't whom then talking about taking back sovereignty of from the perspective on ratios and also withdraws clo- new ration- from the perspective of the UK, if it's being put on process, what's needed to be. Done here because I guess it's more complicated than just a power transfer right? They're not the US has many things in the main island of the results. Called or so what we agree that they could keep the military things on defining. But it hugs to be up until agreement we have to negotiate on that issue. So we are okay, the military, the military base stay there. But we have shared that the euro, the hands did is also dot the people who, who had to move from their homes. They should be granted on back to the island. It should be granted doctors bus to their land, and they should be able to go and leave their gear. And then it will he will be emotion. Sovereignty Moshe street has lotion than mentioned by about how to do the waste before what we should do there and one motion school should be no more then. So how do you see the impact and also the general significance of all this, like from the highest court of the UN system? And also this time the resolution. Of the UN general assembly. All of this on the UK. Yeah. Yeah. I now that you feel safe that they don't agree that they have different shots of finally, they are now facing the whole world. I mean, once did Steen countries including China agreed that we should respect the decision of the national goal of Justice..
An Interview with 'Sopranos' Actor Matt Servitto
"Next guest is a Juilliard trained actor his filmography includes billions homeland in Konic roles on both banshee and the sopranos also hitch and big fan you can currently find him as Satan on adult swim. He is the legendary and very talented Matt Sereno, Matt how are you today? Well, TGIF another week a living the dream. So starting happy hour hear and months hoping. None of my children will be screaming in the background. I am one of those rare actors that leads a very normal suburban American existence, and I hate yearly Ford. Mentally and financially physically. So so that's kind of what's happening year in just a find the with billions in their area season for right now, which has a great twist for my character. Just looking for the next project in between stuff on a crazy show. I do call you pretty faces go to hell over on a jolt swim where I play Satan. So we promote promoting season four of that right now. So I'm down in Atlanta next week doing that. But that's nice of getting a bit of a break. I'm very lucky to be talking to Satan on a Friday. And I wanted to say two things one happy belated birthday. Thank you. And so much into I tell you about I'm really I find adult swim very refreshing. Because I was I watch your show on adult swim. I've watched the Eric Andre show. Religiously when it was on, and it really gives an opportunity just to give these quirky funny. Great shows and opportunity to breathe and for people to really take in something new. Yup. I agree. I really got to be honest. I of discovered it by working on it. Because I am definitely not the demo for adults with an older male. I mean, it it's tends to skew sort of fifteen to twenty five crowd. But the ones I just once I was passed on the show. I started bench watching a lot of their shows. And I agree with you. I've found it like unlike any other kind of television, I watched in it's still I mean, even in this day and age of five hundred scripted shows in tons of new networks in new shows. It's still sort of stands alone in its absurdity in. It's it's kind of a reverence it does the shows on that show doing that network. Do not have to make sense in the traditional sense in one of the best things they do is leave us alone. I mean, it really is like a group of guys and gals just kind of making the comedy that they wanna make an people find it funny. Great if they don't okay, you don't have to watch it. It's really isn't sort of it is a rock and roll kind of network that I still I feel so lucky to be a part of because it's so different as somebody who's traffic in the procedural drama world for thirty years. You know to sort of be able to go over there once a year and just rip it up at improv and put all this makeup on and just do the most obscene absurd kind of storylines is just that the light of the light in a you know, we all get the chew the scenery in. Now the shows so successful now that we're starting to be able to get really good guest stars on the show. We've got George went from cheers on this year as the four horsemen of the apocalypse. John Amos, Jon Abel's from good times of Dustin diamond came onto play itself in hill to just awesome. I mean, so we were really starting to you know, spread our wings a little bit. And you know. You just never know who's gonna end up in hell with their every year in real life stays meeting. New people were thinking that person's definitely going to hell so we can get into the show. So yeah, we're having a blast over there. And for you as an actor must be good to get her. I'm not saying I mean, you play some of the same role similar roles, but you have your very diverse actor, but this is like way out there in for your own mental wellbeing as an actor must be good just to get out there and just go nuts with this part. Right. That's going to feel good for you. I call it acting sorte. It's sort of like a coach something you eat between courses, you know, to kind of clean the pallet. I feel like, you know, I get a chance to sort of white clean all the doctors lawyers cops and firemen that I've played in just your something. So extreme so that when I come back to the other stuff, I've kind of had a chance to really do something extreme something that it is demands a little bit more creatively. So yes, it invite. I'm super super lucky in the show. You know, got word we're going to keep going for a little while longer. You know, we with season four starts airing next third. So we're we're site for that. And this season's the best by far. And I was watching some of the rough cuts of the episode from. I love this show. I just loved getting to do it. And it just sort of fell into my lap about six or seven years ago on just a random audition that didn't even know what the show was new. I didn't know as I said anything about adult swim. But I just sort of did my own spin. And what I thought this Satan character would be in just to the producers fell in love with the ideas that I brought kind of almost like an aging. Metal heavy metal rocker like, gene. Gene Simmons died went to hell that's kind of fake news. Still still wear a cheesy gold jewellery, and he has like the kinda, you know, leather with metal studs cod piece. You know, his his tastes in culturally to lend themselves to kind of the metal culture. So it it's right. I mean, it really is very very different than than, you know, which great is it so under the radar that so many people who are fans my work from other shows when they discover this thing to like what the hell is how did you? I couldn't believe this was the same guy. The guy that I love overrun sopranos is doing this just crazy ass show trip. Watching it, you know, so. That was great about is that it's Nala getting thing else. It's so it's so far in left field that it's just so funny and quirky and great. I mean, that's that's what makes it great. You know? So I have to say you. You mentioned binge watching do you? I mean, you're very busy as an actor. I get that. Are there shows that you make it a point of to keep up with that? You're not in that you're not in. You know, might my June, tastes are very fickle. 'cause I really do. I will I in fact, always saying to people there are so many shows now that I literally run into friends that have won Emmys on television shows, and I'm back at Ling. Like, dude, I'm gonna see your show, and we altered let each other. I have never seen sopranos. I mean, they've had twenty years to watch the show, you know. And and I I sit there and go like, you know, the explosion. And I use that tubby the big bang of television that has happened where we've just got hundreds of really could show. Some let's say we've got fifty could shows we've got over one hundred you know, shows that are worth watching. I it's just incredible. And so it's hard to keep up as a setup got kids. I think is aged my my television sweet tooth now lends itself more towards real life stuff. Documentaries. I watch a lot. News. I'm definitely political animal. So I I divided a lot of the late night comedy as well as the political commentary shows, so you know, and sports God knows to way too much sports is on in the background of my life part. The soundtrack of my life is some baseball game playing in the background. So, you know, but these days by wifi speed, a we did homeland together, and she kinda left it after puppy season three or four. I came back to it. Once I was on the show I've done game of thrones by myself excited for the new season coming up this weekend. What else do I watch a lot of? But I mean, you know, other than that it's sort of like, you know, trying to think. The problem is I I've ended up on some really good shows. You know, so I watch although show. Her mom, and so I'm always sort of key in or if I'm not, you know, like when I got booked on NCIS New Orleans. I think it was season five I had to go back and watch for I didn't have to I wanted to because I wanted to know who all these characters were what the fabric of the show was what the relationships were. So, you know, a lot of times, you know, I don't want to show until yet. They give me a nod in all of a sudden on which was a luxury. We did not have when I first started in the business of you had not seen God, I don't know murder. She wrote a macgyver that wasn't in syndication. The really wasn't a way to catch up. Maybe at blockbuster if they had you know, like back seasons on DVD on cassette. What am I saying DVD on Kostanic? And at that time, they only had things like cheers. Or or, you know, these these bigger shows that were highly successful they'd have them on on VHS that you could cut a bench wa so, but the purity of finish watching, you know, for enacted like me is that you know, where? A lot of stuff that you used to do with just kinda I go off to blockbuster. And then eventually just go off into the ether. Now, my God, I'm getting a whole new generation of people binge-watching sopranos, then it's a blast. I mean, like the kids I kids, you know, college age kids that are coming up to be saying, oh my God. That's my parents favorite show. When I was a little kids wasn't allowed to watch it. And I just thought I was my parents show. I'll take a look at it only got me, and my friends we couldn't stop watching it like we were dictated. So that's just a blast. I mean, I love that that content wise nothing goes away. Nothing goes away. Anything you know, I I did one episode of Grey's anatomy. I can't tell you. How many sixteen year old girls have come up to me from an talking like eight years ago, you know, and and because that show is so popular in the binge world on Netflix sex in the city. Same thing. One episode playing carries boss, very important character. But again one episode I get recognized all the time. Like, oh my God. My daughter. Just pinch watched the whole, you know, all the sex in the city in. She was just pointing at you over there saying that guy was on Sexton's phasing. So we kind of creates this weird binge culture that that, you know, nothing sort of goes away rounding like, you know, like right now, my fans that know me from the soaps, they're not running so upsetting where at least as far as I know. So a lot of that work is is truly gonna you know, just stay. I would imagine buried until somebody unearths it in decide just start streaming twenty four seven all my children. But the fan that recognize me from those those early days of soaps are getting older and older and older because it's just not running anywhere. You know, I love that. A lot of the network shows how the second shelf life, especially if they're good, you know, with with including my own children. I mean, my daughter's built binge-watching full house friends, Grey's anatomy, like this is definitely that that the the rate age, she's she's about to be sixteen and they. So what's great with them as they're not forced to watch. What's on TV? They don't find what they like on TV. That's what's so crazy. We have five hundred scripted shows on television, and they can still go back and binge-watch five hundred others from the seventies eighties nineties, you know, audits. So that's what's craziest. If she doesn't find anything. She's looking for on TV Chagos digs up some Netflix show. You know, something something that's on. Netflix throwback in incredible incredible with occasion about binge-watching. But the the beauty is I don't feel the pressure anymore. It's all sitting there. You know? I said as as once my kids were off in college. I can catch up on everything.
"chagos" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Zander. He'll be guarding. Kevin durant? Probably start starting lineup. They go Beverly sham it s g a gallows Ubu. So you gonna have to put in K D, probably realistically. So I mean, just do your best young, man. You know, it's going to be tough for you. But just keep getting better. I think what they can offer guild SOG Zander Landry Shamet great year. And then Boston really good this year. That's three fringe star players for a team like New Orleans. Plus all those picks. There's a pack of may make sense for them. Absolutely. I think a lot of it will also depend on Boston in the Eastern Conference. Obviously of all teams has the most acids they can offer unless a team like the Knicks were to put the number one pick on the table, which I don't think they would do. But today at three thirty eastern probably after after you hear this podcast. The the the lot tiebreakers will be determined to figure out the seven eight nine slot between Memphis, Dallas New Orleans for what their draft lottery is will look like among other tiebreakers what Boston had do with the picks the Bill have moving within the draft. Or combine those picks using them all and an offer to New Orleans. That's gonna matter, you know, weighing that against what LA clippers among other teams can offer. Okay. I got a question for you about that. If if Kyrie says, I'm leaving for sure no matter what is the eighty traits happening for Boston. If he's gone. I cannot imagine. They would put Jason Tatum on the table. I would imagine they would make a stronger offer still, but they would not. Them on the table. Really kind of move the pieces around if he tells curry this has happened to do it. He can pull a Braun this summer if he wants Katie could do anything real, right? I saw I saw bet on the Knicks. But ultimately, I think for just the tie this back to the actual series here for Golden State. Like, I think you can look a little things like how does, you know, DeMarcus cousins translate to the postseason, you know, how will he be attacked and pick and roll. Is there anything that other teams can replicate later on? But ultimately, I'm not sure what the clippers can do on the floor is going to apply very much to what Houston does in the second round or two. What a Denver might do in the Western Conference finals. These are like drastically different teams in the way, they play and then their personnel. Right. And the clippers are starting like three kids like three brand new kids, two of them just straight trade from college. One of them has played maybe you know, what two seasons with the Lakers zoo botch. So basically a rookie. Yeah. Mainly played last pretty much. So I'm I'm wondering. Actually, if you know if they actually do end up starting both Shamet and Chagos Alexander like would maybe they maybe they put in Garrett temple for just a little bit more size on K D to start. And that would make sense to me, and I could see them making like as a serious goes on you got pi- stark mantras at some point. Yes. Get your best player on the floor. Lou williams. I mean, he could kill. He can have a big series to see a warriors bigs Lou Williams, if we're being real notes, we'll reason for anyway, I mean, the the biggest thing is the LA, nightlife. They want us going to hang out. That's their biggest chance. Get in. The game was going to say doesn't show up for those games. That's it man. I I got I got warriors and five I think lending the clippers clippers are just scrappy enough to get one game. How about you Charkes? Yeah..
"chagos" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"But these terrible crashes in calamities throw people out of work in mass numbers. The guy who shot William McKinley. Was crazy. But also. Fair. But also he was a guy who got laid off at a mill somewhere. Right. He got laid off in Pittsburgh. Buffalo who said buffalo? My man. Leeann leeann Chagos. A cousin of yours perhaps. No relation. And if I if the people back home for Pittsburgh and buffalo, I'd be in big trouble. But the economic populism dominated and when we get to teddy Roosevelt who just went absolutely crazy. There's a story about a guy in politics. He leaves the presidency to William Howard Taft. Speaking of type two diabetes. He leaves. He leaves the presidency to William Howard Taft, and then his and he left he left a stack of legislation for Taft Roosevelt. Just as crazy as a bedbug, and he left the stack for the Republican congress and protect this this huge like fifteen hundred pieces of legislation, and then leaves to go kill all of the animals in Africa. And then on a European tour. Then word reaches him that they're not doing what he told them. Don't you know that I told you to do these things, you know, it's like the supreme command. We listen to the supreme commander, right? That's why I follow whatever you tell me. I'll do. And then when he gets then he gets so mad. He runs for president again, splits Republican party into the populist bomohs and the Republicans blows it up. And let's and of course, the great joke. I will say this just as an aside. I think we're on the twentieth aside now, but as an aside to that aside researching and doing this book, I came to have so much more respect for Taft and the way he dug his heels in being stubbornly unpopular. There's a lot of Nancy Pelosi in this William Howard Taft where it's like no seriously where it's like, oh, I'm at twelve percent. Oh, no. Whatever will. I do. Oh, I guess I'll still be the speaker of the house and slam the door in your face the toughness of Taft in fighting back. Teddy Roosevelt and keeping the Republican nomination. It was Roosevelt who gave us Woodrow Wilson. As my eldest son likes to say, there's a Woodrow Wilson bridge spans the Potomac river, south of Washington. And as my son's like to say great bridge. Terrible. President. But it but anyway. It was it was Roosevelt who gave us. Wilson. But it was Taft who preserved small r republicanism because Wilson's message was pretty obvious this way of doing business having Republicans stupid. It's slow we need to move fast. It's the modern era. We've got to get stuff done populism demands that we don't wait. We don't wait for congress to act. We don't wait for the courts. We don't wait for consensus. We don't need the electoral college. We don't need all this stuff. We've got to do is act vigorously quickly. Now. Don't wait Taft saved a piece of the opposition in losing that election. He saved a little piece of it. But anyway, we get to them we get to our front. Huey long who if you don't like it's a good. It's a good thing that Hitler was not as charming as Huey long or we would have lost the war. One hundred percent. Huey long was a fascist..
"chagos" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"But these terrible crashes in calamities throw people out of work in mass numbers. The guy who shot William McKinley. It was crazy. But also. Fair. But also he was a guy who got laid off at a mill somewhere. Right. He got laid off. I think Pittsburgh buffalo who said buffalo. My man. Liane Leon Chagos. A cousin of yours perhaps no relation. And if I if the people back home for that, I mixed up, Pittsburgh and buffalo. I'd be in big trouble. But the economic populism dominated and when we get to teddy Roosevelt who just went absolutely crazy. In politics. He leaves the presidency to William Howard Taft. Speaking of type two diabetes. He leaves. He leaves the presidency to William Howard Taft, and then his and he left he left a stack of legislation for Taft reservoirs. Just as crazy as a bedbug, and he left the stack for the Republican congress and protect this this huge like fifteen hundred pieces of legislation, and then leaves to go kill all of the animals in Africa. And then on a European tour. Then word reaches him that they're not doing what he told them. Don't you know that I told you to do these things, you know, it's like the supreme command. We listen to the supreme commander. Right. That's why I follow whatever you tell me. I'll do. And then when he gets then he gets so mad. He runs for president again, splits the Republican party into the populist bomohs and the Republicans blows it up. And let's and of course, the great joke. I will say this just isn't aside. I think we're on the twentieth aside now, but as an aside to that aside researching and doing this book, I came to have so much more respect for Taft and the way he dug his heels in being stubbornly unpopular. There's a lot of Nancy Pelosi in this William Howard Taft where it's like no seriously. I'm at twelve percent. Oh, whatever will. I do. I guess I'll still be the speaker of the house and slam the door in your face. The toughness of Taft in fighting back. Teddy Roosevelt and keeping the Republican nomination. It was Roosevelt who gave us Woodrow Wilson. As my eldest son likes to say, there's a Woodrow Wilson bridge spans the Potomac river, south of Washington. And as my son's like to say great bridge. Terrible president Chris style. Walk politics editor for pox news, his book every man a king. But it, but anyway, it was it was Roosevelt who gave us Wilson. But it was Taft who preserved small r republicanism because Wilson's message was pretty obvious this way of doing business having a Republican stupid. It's slow. We need to move fast. It's the modern era. We've got to get stuff done populism demands that we don't wait. We don't wait for congress to act. We don't wait for the courts. We don't wait for consensus. We don't need the electoral college. We don't need all this stuff. We've got to do is act vigorously quickly. Now. Don't wait Taft saved a piece. Of the opposition. And in losing that election. He saved a little piece of it. But anyway, we get to them we get to our front. Huey long who if you don't like it's a good. I'm it's a good thing that Hitler was not as charming as Huey long or we would have lost the war one hundred percent..
"chagos" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This winter. But it's also a chance to introduce riders to metre the Tribune points out bet ridership was trending down two point two percent from twenty sixteen to seventeen and overall the RTA expect ridership to be down one point one percent this year. Steve Bertrand WGN news. The Vatican says pope Francis has defrocked former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick after Vatican officials found him guilty of soliciting for sex. While hearing confession the punishment announced today for the once archbishop of Washington comes just a few days before pope Francis is to lead an extraordinary gathering of bishops from around the world over the sex abuse crisis, which has eroded the faith of many Catholics and threatened. His papacy defrocking means McCarrick Eighty-eight who now lives in a fiery and Kansas after he lost. His title of cardinal last year will not be allowed to celebrate mass or other sacraments extremists attacked an army checkpoint in Egypt's northern Sinai peninsula killing fifteen people, including at least one officer. In a statement today. Colonel tamer refi said the army managed to. Kill seven of the extremists during the fight at dawn. But gave no further info authorities heavily restrict access to northern Sinai making it very hard to verify claims related to fighting the charter school teacher strike locally entering its third week. No end in sight, more from WGN's. Roger badesch Chagos theaters for the teacher's union claims the latest offer from CIC S board of directors again calls for raises for teachers at the expense of cuts to student services renewed bargaining on Friday failed to come up with an agreement. Now state legislators are applying heat to CIC SEO Elizabeth Shaw, claiming the company's not following school funding state law. Roger badesch, WGN news and a British kickboxer has donated all of his winnings. From his championship match to charity after spending years struggling with drug addiction and mental health issues. Tyson fury is now a heavyweight boxing champion. The thirty year old also known as the gypsy king fought Deontay wilder in December. He initially announced he would be donating his purse after he traveled to Los Angeles for a media conference and. Said he was shocked by the amount of homeless people. He saw on the streets. Fury's purse for the fight was about three and a half million dollars. But the total amount of pay per view income bumped that up to around nine million all of which fury donated sports, traffic and weather next on WGN..
"chagos" Discussed on Probably Science
"Grace. I'm going to put that on my tombstone two bathrooms. Again, I think a lot of that comes down to can we don't have time to experience anymore because these diseases are being largely eliminated, although the now coming back, but also people are really bad at judging risk. People are really bad at judging safety in numbers. And again that comes back the number of things that you see doing topsy is where people don't realize, oh, you see this many gun vents on this many driving deaths all crossing the road deaths. Allen's was one of the things that opens up working. Steph is my co author and husband TJ Mitchell. And I when we even start right there. When I started working in forensics TJ thought that it would make me afraid of everything that we that. We would just be terrified of going out of the house and what I realized is that by doing autopsies on a daily basis. I started to realize what actually kills people. So it was we were no longer afraid of the six o'clock evening news. It was realistic things. Like tiger shoelaces as I said earlier or looking both ways before you cross the street. You know that yellow line on the subway platform. It's there for a reason. Can I ask you? Did you watch the show homicide life on the? Yeah. There's this Zine. We're Vincent do not. I'll never forget this. He somehow he gets pushed Refal 's on the train traps him and his body is twisted around. And they said you have like forty five minutes before you all you can talk to people like, you know, we can get your family to you. And I guess when the train would pull away heat untwisting completely everything would fall out is that a real that's a real depiction of a subway death. I. Well, it's just rely. The question. I get the number one question. I get is always just like CSI. And it drives me crazy. I actually wrote a blog post. So if you just Google seven CSI fails, it'll come up. It's number one. I did say homicide. The television. They take they take some interesting physiologic facts. But then they kind of put it together all wrong. Yes. From from a physiologic standpoint if there's pressure on the abdominal cavity and the pressure is maintained he'd probably have a survival interval. I don't think it would be forty five minutes long enough time for his family to say goodbye. Okay. Like a letdown homicide wasn't accurate. I even get calls have been. There was a case of mine. Wear a body was decomposed and the family member really wanted to know the time of death. And they kept on pestering mean. Pestering. This was over the phone. And I said, well where are you? Getting this information from Chagos will last night on CSI. They narrowed it down exactly down to like the hour. And I had to just basically say, it's television. It's make believe and then there was just audible cya of resignation like oh my God. They're lying to me. And I don't know what to do about that. But in court there actually is a term called the CSI effect. And there are lawyers who will cross examine potential jurors to find out if they watch homicide and CSI in forty eight hours because their expectation is that those be a lot more scientific evidence. Right. And you can get DNA back in about half an hour..
"chagos" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"For net. Flicks. You don't pay for any of the networks pay for ESPN? Right. No. Now, I'm just flipping through these other Chagos. You're if you're if you use your initiative, you can be at complete cord cutter like great, right? You can't do it. And that's also even if you aren't like me, and you want to and you still wanna pay for Netflix, Hulu, and all that it's still going to be way way less than if you were playing for regular TV. So my director v I pay for Netflix, and I pay for right? So if you want to get rid of it, you can still have Hulu Netflix HBO GO, EMMY fine. You guys have who have Hulu. I do not have Hulu why why do the only thing on regular TV shows? Yeah. But the only thing on Hulu us night is his reruns. Right. Well, and the next day the next day. So like Gotham is new is still going on in new right now. I watched it. Why not just watch it on demand because I don't have. I don't have cable TV cable. I can't go to like Time Warner Cable on demand fundament, John. Which of these shows do you watch? Do you watch a show called you? You. That's that's their biggest show. Nope. How about stranger things? No black mirror. Yes. So good like mayors. Great Bragman is really good. It's sorta like twilight zone of technology. It's really good. You be stuff. Bo Jack horsemen. No, really funny. Really fun animated. Yeah. It's animated glow. That's supposed to be readily girls wrestling. No. I haven't seen. I watch blow. It's really good. And then the crown, and I I've I've seen all the crown the crown three the crowns fantastic. But what do I need it for what mainly us networks floors? I don't go to the movies like you do. So when movies come out like I watch Black Panther on. Netflix. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. John Ireland watched Black Panther and whites it, we didn't really find it. We finally got you woke Bikaner for good. We'll conduct forever. So are you? Very good. Do you get it? Do you get the Black Panther thing? Sure. To get it as a social social and cultural phenomenon. Oh, sure why not. You're not well, not not with that industry. Wait, wait big about thinking about what you're saying. That to no matter how many times I watched by panther. Would I ever be woke? No, you're right. Yeah. Thank you. I'm still thinking you'd go up to two forty nine to pay for Amazon Amazon shop, I buy everything and stuff on Amazon prime is really you. There was a time you bought things without Amazon you went to stores in. But I don't remember that time. Hey, I got a update for you for somebody. I think you'll like this actually, but it's a guest John will like it. Yup. Tomorrow. Terron him will be on with us tomorrow. Oh, okay. So this is one I've been on you to get big Taryn killing was a cast member on Saturday Night Live for ninety not there anymore. And he's not and Mace yom's a die hard Rams lives in dies with every ram. Yes. But I can't wait to talk to him about the Rams and about now. It's going to get to go see in person for the first time this year, February the ninth. I don't forget Lakers fifth row. Friday's going on the super cuts fifth row seats to Phoenix and the Lakers on January twenty seven fifth row. An autograph basketball chairman's club passes. That includes the VIP launch roll the star saying out super cuts gift card. There will be a question from all the stuff we say today. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and stuff we say tomorrow pop quiz tomorrow at two thirty fifth row Fridays. Brought to you by supercoach. Save time. Check in online and.
"chagos" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"I didn't realize like my cousin my nephew. He. Well, I my sister. My sister whose house is a den of Babylon tanks, Alexis everywhere. Oh. Talking. I was like what you want for dinner. How's Texas over show toke voice transferred on this ship? Nephew fuck with baby show. Of course, I say fuck with baby Chagos appreciative tax asset. Alexa, baby shark, and my sister was like oh looks comes running out to kill. Oh, stop it. Do pro though somebody like pizza zoo, don't lose palooza. Doodoo? Do we need to mix baby shark with the optimum on the digital cable? Make that up. Baby. Like, I didn't even know about. And then like my sister, Kate so my crib and was it's the same thing the Alexa shit because she crib. I'm like don't get that shit is on all dating to and should be sometimes, it'd be you. That's where the guy like you'd be like old Alexa costs you only other ho. Whoa. Why would they will have you ever took like two Like years? two years as you make sure you load, Alexa, where you go to the bathroom. She's like, this ain't shit. He had a bitch up here yesterday. Look on the couch. Look onto I have voice recording. Would you like to hear it? Oh. Due to baby. Alexa box winking at you. We'll talk later powering down. Be safe. Told you about dealing with these typical SIS had males. Patterns out there. So. Respect by agency. Bottles batteries, do now remove well, they are my now they are. No back seats, Amazon when they send you something with batteries like it'll be like you'll his door so varies like his G P. Time hand me. Why does have Philip screwdrivers? The batteries already crusty the ends. Atwater like atwater where? For positive and negative experience. Not using electron. I'm like, what are we doing your battery? At a the tests. Like, no, no, no never never never met Xs like do not go out. Would he be live with this? Now this. This. Cripple. What are you fucking Timothy McVeigh XBox? It'd be like, yo what's the energy of their light? Apparently for Krajina's. It's not even like the bars. Four those cats the Paul. Twenty jewel like I don't know the focus on here. Guide batteries in the freezer. Yes. He is not because the beach it to be get a fucking ramble cook. It also like China by one battery now. Like, how would you want sixty sixty? Hey, batteries, sixty or you want five hundred and. No in between the crazy part. You'll by the five hundred you like I am good for life. No in three months. You like where the fuck? You like I can't go through all the remotes. My caffeine, everything everything everything it's fucking discussing is big mama's pacemaker. Whole store change hold on. We'll get city damn. Oh, yeah. Damned car charts. What what gives us the batteries anywhere. That's true a lie. Yeah. There was I guess energy good energy all around. I mean, it's hurt. It's like a wall. It's racial tweeter this energy around us. My sister go on the back throw this. We'll have Connecticut. I know my walkman. All types of do. They like this for digital. I'm like do. Please give you the batteries for my analog who clock. What did you do? I put again four. Bates motel six. Fuck out. Durazo energize a really one of finagle the market come out with high intensity batteries, just for sex toys. Oh, don't be cute about it. Don't be like for our C trucks. It should be like yo for your big ass Brolich as doodo you big pussy bitch. This shit right here. All right. You got the wall Tachi wants sticking out your bag on the came Thomas. Specked yourself. Have you? Speaking of. Miro's? Over their job over here was a talker. This is about show talker. And he's like you have had a lot of stars in my car..
"chagos" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Definitely an instance, I can point to where this might have started taking hold and it was when my parents were hosting a Super Bowl party, and they had a bunch of their friends over and their friends kids came over and my dad had this TV room. Mm-hmm. Thing where he had set up a projector, and it was like a cool room. You felt like you're in a movie theater. And so they were in there. Watching the football game the door closed and the kids were out playing in. This are like playroom basement playroom thing. Which was just outside the door. So we I was like six my brother was ten. My sister was eight and then our friends are around the same age and. My I don't remember what it was. Specifically something upset me something. My brother did upset me. And I started crying, and I don't remember what my sister did in this whole thing. I just remember my brother, I started crying. I was upset. And I my brother was like kind of showing off with his friends was they were laughing at me, and it sort of that sort of making me more upset, and I started to get like really kind of hysterical and. My sister. I think was like go get mom. She's she's freaking out. And my brother I saw him go over to the door where that lead into that TV room, he opened it. And he said mom dad, it's that time of the month again. And I didn't I didn't know what that meant as health. I thought, but I interpreted it to mean hair Chagos, she's doing her monthly, you know, breakdown or whatever she does this every month feel like has his, blah, blah, blah. It was so dismissive of how upset I was. And and and the fact when he was like that time month, I was like, oh my God. Do they talk about this? Like this happens a lot, you know, that's kind of the thoughts that I was having. I got so mad. I felt so out of control that I threw up like I want. That's trauma. Yeah. Is trauma. I mean. Yeah. Fuck that's in that moment is I'm imagining what it is like to be that kid the. The thought is oh. I'm different. And I am a burden. Right. Right. Like, there's something broken in me. Yeah. When in reality, you're this beautifully sensitive kid. I mean sensitivity is such an awesome thing to have. But so many of us run into as we grow up being shamed. For the very thing. Then make the world better. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I. There are instances when I'm like, I wish I wasn't. So since I'm for the most part, I'm grateful that I am. I think it's I'm happy to be feeling so much. But but also, I think I really I it leads to me reading into situations and kind of interpreting seen thing means that aren't necessarily there. But yeah, in that instance, it was very much. And I when I have the nightmares that scare me the most are about the Super Bowl are about the Super Bowl are about like, you know, who's going to win. You know what I mean? It's. Are about being dismissed like having being very upset and being sort of like here, we go. Some like I have with Matt when I've had nightmares about him are about our relationship. It's that he no longer has any kind of. Acceptance our love of my emotions or support of the rained him with your you are who you are is too much. Yeah. Too much space in this world. That's a common one that. I hear people. Yeah. People say, yeah. Just feel like I'm. You know, taking up much room too, much just too much. Yeah. Totally that awful feeling. I've had in my head. It's cheesy as this sounds if you could get a time machine and adult you go talk to six year old you in that moment. What would you say?.
"chagos" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Zero at with roe creamcolored khaki pants and some maybe perhaps somewhat hot pink stilettos of course tom ford was going to hate that oh and they're like leather they're like weather khaki pair yeah i feel like that was a mistake on her part to wear that to a tom ford fashion because you know that he has opinions and if he doesn't like you he's going to tell it to your right to your fate yeah remember that's the very same wasn't that the very same show that patrick schwarzenegger was that clearly where he was getting the numbers of the were modeled after wear shall yeah i think you're right you're saying interstellar name was busy at that show rights apparently he's a clause occurred now clean what what is your a gutter on uh be just like now while she was here performing for the super bowl apparently is somebody tried to escort her back to the room where there was alcohol being served and people really partying and she said she preferred to stay by the stage and one of her representatives a mentioned that she was pregnant and so that is when the rumor that is being floated around now cardi be says no y'all does let me be fat she knows she said this my favorite white quotes chagos let me fat and peace yes let me fat announced pregnant let me fat in peace we need to get that on a teeshirt of and wear it all the time all right thank you so that's the cardi be gossip and and moving on moving on we have one more confirmed blind item for you today this is concerning a former reality star turned bplus lists mostly movie actress who is still a teenager okay okay still a teenager this far reality star ternby plus lists mostly movie actress who would still.