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Fresh update on "chamberlain" discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:00 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chamberlain" discussed on The Lead

"All my name is Gary washburn, and I'm the national NBA writer in college for The Boston Globe. Russell Wallace will always be associated with will Chamberlain, you know, you think Chamberlain you think rossel, they were two very competitive guys, but close friends. Guru and I could talk and neither one was asking the other for anything, except friendship. Friendship based on mutual respect. In each of his homes, but when they got on the floor, they tried to beat his brains out. Well, Chamberlain driving on Russell and you may see a lot of them now. And that's what I said. The Lakers now will be going to will Chamberlain and Wilson. Even though Chamberlain was the unstoppable forest, he was bigger, stronger than Russell Russell won most of those matchups. And time has run out in the Boston Celtics have done it again. Another jewel. And that crown. Unfortunately, for basketball, you know, mister Chandler died. He was slowing 63, but Bill gave a eulogy. You know, they were close. They were close all the way until the end. You know, it was kind of a heartbreaking situation for Bill to lose one of his close friends and the guy that he smells associated with. It's like an enormous sense of loss. It's almost like as long as he was alive. The competition that we had was sort of a backup for me. You know, and this was the greatest competitive thing. I think in the history of American sports. Bill, but jumped into the media. He was like a commentator, and then 73, he became the coach of the sonics. And people kind of criticized his time there, but in four years, they made the playoffs twice. Lena obviously 80 70 comes back to try to coach the kings, but I don't think that was a great experience for either side. I think Russell was, you know, the thing I heard about him as a coach was that he resented players who didn't want to work hard. I remember I talked to Spencer Haywood who told me about his experience in Seattle with him and that he was good to the guys who worked hard when he kind of checked out of the guys who didn't. So his coaching, it was a level of impatience. But those sonic teams didn't make the playoffs twice this four years. Eventually, once he made the late 2000s, he started to be more embraced again by the league in the league, understood his power, his influence and his history, it is my pleasure to announce here in Phoenix and all star weekend that this award will henceforth be named for Bill Russell and a true legend of the game. You know, the NBA Finals so to do the 2010 to was presenting the envy Finals MVP award they named it after him. It's very gratifying to know that you're a bit work as a professional. Has been regarded as I think he respected the current players. He respected the game, he respected the public gamers transform, you know, took pictures with, like, guys like jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum from the Celtics, you know, he would talk to him. I know I was a great relationship with Kevin Garnett. I always said you were my favorite player to watch. You never disappointed. Crack so many jokes I don't know if that's real now. Well, Israel. And you never disappointed me. You know, he really respected Kevin Garnett because he played so much alike. You have no idea how proud I am of you. I couldn't be any more proud of you than I am about kids. And I see what number 5, that's close to 6. And obviously, once they win the title of the league, they brought Russell into that celebration like there's Russell and championship photo. And the current self is all got a chance to meet him. You know, shake his hand and take a picture with him.

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Jim Hanson and Will Chamberlain Discuss SCOTUS and Defamation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | Last month

Jim Hanson and Will Chamberlain Discuss SCOTUS and Defamation

The Show Trial for the Invented Insurrection With Will Chamberlain

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

The Show Trial for the Invented Insurrection With Will Chamberlain

"Well, I'm delighted to be back sitting in for Seb doing America first radio, and even more delighted to now have in the chair. One of my favorite lawyers, which is admittedly a short list. I think it's pretty much you and schlichter. But Wilt Chamberlain is here. And I would love will to get your opinion of just how brutally effective the show trial for the invented insurrection has been at throwing the trader Trump into the brink. He's going to jail, right? Well, I think there's so many different problems. We just start with yesterday what happened with Cassidy Hutchinson. I remember watching Fox News and hearing Brett, tell me, oh, this is devastating. Did you hear? This is devastating testimony, and it's like clearly you've never seen a trial because the first thing you notice is it's hearsay. She's almost very rarely is she testifying even to a conversation she herself heard most of the talk is about someone else told her that Trump said X and that's not just hearsay, it's actually what we call double hearsay. The hearsay statement of Trump being offered for whatever the truth of that it was asserted. And then there's the hearsay statement of the person gossiping, right? So you have these it's the legal standard for gossip. We got hearsay, double hearsay, gossip. BS, which is what it seems. And so, you know, it's not that all hearsay statements are inadmissible. There are actually a lot of exceptions to the hearsay rule. But this is the classic example of why we have a hearsay rule, right? You have this woman saying, well, I heard that Trump grabbed the Stuart, you know, this guy, this guy told me Trump grab the steering wheel, and then you realize, well, that's not even possible. And then within an hour of the testimony, it comes out that the Secret Service agents are perfectly willing to say under oath, no, that never happened.

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Amanda Milius Tells Us About Her Latest Film Projects

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

Amanda Milius Tells Us About Her Latest Film Projects

"Hey folks, happy to be here. We're having fun doing America first. We are talking with my good friend Amanda milius, film maker, extraordinaire, who has an interesting project that I'm dying to see because John McAfee is one of the world's wild men. And his whole tail end demise and all of that, you've got some interesting stuff going on about that. Tell us where the projects it's now. Well, so the company is building a handful of docs at one time. We've got the Doc fund, and then we've got the scripts. And what I'm trying to do instead of doing one movie at a time, I'm trying to create a machine and a company. And we all are trying to create an industry, right? So these things take a little bit longer than just shooting out one movie after another, but I feel like that's my kind of, I hate to say this really my gift to the movement is that I know how to do these things. It's not just about me. It's not just about me making a movie after a movie. I want other directors to be able to make quality movies that can stay on big platforms that can make a huge difference. And that's kind of boring skill that I have. But it's something that I can lend to the movement. So the bigger picture is the company and we have such loyal humans working with us that it's like it's a blessing. I love your crew. You know, my guys. Yeah, they're fun. For a while. And they're great. And I love them. And so we've got, you know, we've got our work cut out for us.

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Jim Hanson and Amanda Milius Discuss the J6 Show Trial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Jim Hanson and Amanda Milius Discuss the J6 Show Trial

"Hey folks, it's Jim Hansen. I have sitting here in studio. Oblivious to the fact that we just went live because I was talking to my good friend amazing filmmaker and one of the most culturally elite members of the America first crowd, Amanda milius. Welcome. Thank you. I'm so glad to be on in the new spot. Isn't this cool? This is like a crazy show. It is the coolest thing. I know. No, I almost am like not worthy. I would like like I said, I almost wore sweats. I know. You got to do that. On the bottom. You have to have the top here. Yeah, I'm used to just being able to pull it together on the top, and then everything else is like yoga pants, and I'm like, maybe I'll get dressed today. Yeah. Yeah, well, we did it. And we're on the late night TV talk thing. Now, I want to talk kind of production value. Because I don't know if you notice, there is a giant show trial propaganda fest for the invented insurrection going on. That was pretty, I mean, yesterday was, there are some really good memes created out of yesterday. Like if a day creates good memes. It's a good day. So yeah, it's us. It's our team winning. Yeah, there was this one where like, I think they had like shots from one of those White House down or something movies or and then they had, I mean, it was so with the beast. The grass, like, that's basically what she was describing. I mean, it was absolutely insane. And good on them. But I want to kind of get into your area of expertise because the left decided when they were going to have these show trials that they were going to hire a TV news executive to stage them. Tell us super cool. It tells you a lot. And then you've got legs zelensky going on like every meeting with every celebrity he possibly can. You're like, man, this guy's got a lot of time on his hands 'cause I'm just trying to run a production company, like not run a war. I don't even have time to do that. That's amazing.

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Section 230 and Big Tech Protections With Will Chamberlain

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:45 min | 3 months ago

Section 230 and Big Tech Protections With Will Chamberlain

Will Chamberlain of the Article III Project Talks Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Will Chamberlain of the Article III Project Talks Big Tech

"Let's return to big tech. Here's a little cut from the second richest man in the world because guys, it's actually Putin, who's the richest. I mean, he literally has privatized half of Russia into his back pocket. So it's not on the books, but he is the richest man in the world. Elon Musk is a close second. And this is what he said at a recent TED Talk. Cut one play cut. Intuitive sense is that having a public platform that is maximally trusted and broadly inclusive is extremely important to the future of civilization. But you've described yourself. I don't care about the economics at all. Okay. Richest man in the world or second, which says, I'm not in it for the money. Interesting. And he says it's vital for the future of civilization, not exactly what you hear from liberals. Well, deal with the question of whether or not we trust this man, but give us the strategic analysis of how important a development is it, that a guy who made his money out of PayPal, then electric vehicles, a darling concept of the left. And then reinvigorating almost single handedly America's space program that this is the guy who wants to buy Twitter, how unusual is that well? I mean, it's very unusual, especially because we're used to billionaires kind of hewing to the line of the left, like they're almost, they're scared as anybody else of The New York Times of The Washington Post. Writing a hippie's on them, which they shouldn't be because they're that wealthy. So it is really unique and it's really gratifying, I guess, would be the word, just to see someone step out and be willing to, despite their high standing and elite circles, be able to say, no, this is just wrong. What you have been doing is completely wrong. And not only, I'm literally going to buy the biggest and most not the biggest, but the most consequential and influential social media platform in the

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Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'

"Before we talk about big tech, you were the publisher, human events, fabulous, and newspaper. For those who are not familiar with it, because it's like this silent conservative success story, what say a little bit about human events before we move on to big tech. Oh, sure, yeah. It was Ronald Reagan favorite magazine, but it was basically defunct for about 5 years from about 2014 to 2019. At the time I bought it with Raheem kassam and had him as EIC. We split pretty quickly, but I think we brought back a very higher a little bit of a higher aesthetic. A lot of the early human events articles, especially when I was publishing, were really beautiful art from Ian miles Chong, who's actually on Twitter, one of his most people know I'm just from his tweets, but you wouldn't know that he's actually a very talented graphic artist. And so much of the beautiful art that was on the articles was there. And we just had a lot of very good interesting contributions. I was really trying to push at the time, push the right towards this kind of more almost like pragmatic ruthlessness and achieving things. It kind of connects to big tech because when I was on the aggressive action on big tech, bandwagon back in 2018, 2019 when most conservatives, I think we're still a little hesitant about trying to regulate it because they come from this predisposition. Small government, small government type thing. And we were just really trying to push, no, no, no, that's, in this case, that's a self defeating principle.

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Will Chamberlain on the Identity of the SCOTUS Leaker

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Will Chamberlain on the Identity of the SCOTUS Leaker

"He is senior counsel for the article three project formerly publisher of Ronald Reagan's favorite newspaper human events will Chamberlain. Welcome in studio. Obviously great to be here with you, sad. Well, now we have the luxury of a little bit longer to discuss. You were in recently because of a very powerful, long thread you published on Twitter on the possible identity of the Supreme Court leaker, an individual who in her past associations and writings is shown quite a radical bent towards a pro abortion. Since we last, let's just do a little update since we last spoke. Anything changed in that analysis is anything countered that I haven't seen anything? No, there hasn't been anything. There's been, I think, Nina totenberg tried to suggest that it was a conservative clerk, but her analysis didn't have any connections to the reporters. It was just speculation about, well, a conservative clerk would have seen the strategic value of doing it this way because it fixes the justices in their positions. Right, because conservatives are the ones who break the rules. That's what conservatives do. Right. And also what conservative clerk is going to subject their own justice to the kind of protests that we've been seeing at their houses. And they know that's coming. Clerks know what the left does, especially in this town. So I just don't see it. I think as my analysis was from the beginning, this is probably the work of a desperate liberal law clerk trying to preserve roe V wade, and then in that threat I showed how this one particular clerk for justice Breyer, Elizabeth deutsch, not only has an extensive record through her career in her academic work of trying to work on pro abortion and reproductive rights causes, and that Josh gerstein, the journalist who published the leak of Politico at Politico, went to her wedding, co wrote, was a shared bylines with her husband. I mean, these people know

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Producer Andrew Discusses the Speculation Around the SCOTUS Leak

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 months 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 | 3 months 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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Sen. Marsha Blackburn on Inflation: 'This Is Getting out of Control'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Marsha Blackburn on Inflation: 'This Is Getting out of Control'

Sen. Marsha Blackburn Responds to Release of SCOTUS Home Addresses

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Marsha Blackburn Responds to Release of SCOTUS Home Addresses

"The latest reports that some organization called Ruth sent us, meaning a Ruth Bader Ginsburg has doxed has released the home addresses of the 5 Supreme Court Justices who signed on to that draft decision. Your response to the threat upon those justices. It is a standing to me that there is this threat to the justices that they have released these addresses and now just the fact that they're encouraging people to go to the home of a justice. Now think about this. They're saying go to their home and protest, this is where they live. It's where they rear their family. It's where they sleep at night. And what they're doing is saying, okay, protesters, here is where you're going to find them. Show up. It is. It is a standing. This is the kind of thing that people need to be held to account

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Will Chamberlain Shares His Thoughts on the SCOTUS Leaker

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Will Chamberlain Shares His Thoughts on the SCOTUS Leaker

"Who is the leaker? Who leaked the draft opinion to overturn roe versus wade? What is being done to investigate this person and hold this person accountable? Well, the great will Chamberlain went on Twitter and just he went after it. I'll tell you what. He went after it in a way that was profound and was so compelling and the left is not happy. Well, welcome back to the program. Good to be with you. Apologies for the slight baby issue. But anyway, good to be with you. Yes, indeed. No problem. So will walk us through. We have some time. Who you believe the leaker to be? How did you come to that conclusion? And then how did the world react once you made it public? So, yeah. Well, I think the, again, we don't know because we don't have insight information or anything like that. I'm just facing this on what I was able to dig up publicly, but my guess, my guess is that the leaker is this clerk for justice Breyer named Elizabeth deutch. And there are two real basic reasons. One is that her academic and professional history demonstrates that she has a unique focus on abortion and reproductive rights. From the time she was in law school, her law school note, her fellowship at the ACLU, or clerkships, her op-ed writing, like they've all been laser focused on abortion women's issues. I mean, a good example would be that her law school note was focused on looking at how you could use the non discrimination provisions in ObamaCare to try and force Catholic hospitals to perform emergency

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UNC's Bacot leaves no suspense on his title-game status

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

UNC's Bacot leaves no suspense on his title-game status

"A a meeting meeting of of blue blue bloods bloods will will decide decide the the college college basketball basketball men's men's national national championship championship the the tar tar heels heels last last one one in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen and and are are seeking seeking their their seventh seventh title title in in their their twelfth twelfth appearance appearance but but first first under under first first year year head head coach coach Hubert Hubert Davis Davis the the foundation foundation of of Carolina Carolina basketball basketball will will always always be be here here because because it's it's been been tried tried tested tested and and proven proven successful successful and and I've I've experienced experienced it it meanwhile meanwhile the the J. J. hawks hawks are are in in pursuit pursuit of of a a fourth fourth title title and and their their tenth tenth appearance appearance and and the the school's school's first first title title since since two two thousand thousand eight eight in in coach coach bill bill self's self's fifth fifth season season you you have have an an opportunity opportunity to to be be in in the the game game most most years years you you need need to to take take advantage advantage of of that that the the game game is is a a rematch rematch of of the the nineteen nineteen fifty fifty seven seven national national championship championship that that saw saw North North Carolina Carolina prevail prevail over over a a wilt wilt chamberlain chamberlain led led Kansas Kansas team team fifty fifty four four fifty fifty three three in in overtime overtime I'm I'm getting getting called called off off

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Our Future in November Will Depend on the Debt Situation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Our Future in November Will Depend on the Debt Situation

"All right this is from at Craig Chamberlain on truth Is a landslide in November enough to change the current negative momentum or as too much damage been done You know Craig I've thought about this question often I wonder to myself is this really it Like if we crossed that event horizon into the black hole right I think of it specifically with relationship to our debt There are other situations that are a problem too The immigration crisis but we can fix it actually would not be that difficult to stop that We could finish the border wall We could fund our border patrol We could fund ice and we could fund immigration courts and we could deport anyone who came here illegally We wouldn't get everyone but it would send a message around the world that the United States is open to legal immigration When it comes to the inflation crisis there's a way to fix that We could stop printing as much money to finance debt We can't afford And we could get control over our fiscal situation And then monetary situation and things would clean up in a couple of years probably no longer than a decade Our military situation could be fixed rather easily I think by investing in our military but we've got the left committed to sequestering our military and doing things like that that are anti national security But what bothers me the most is the debt situation We have an economy that produces between 22 to 27 trillion worth of goods I say that because with inflation you don't know and really the nominal numbers probably irrelevant at this point given the rate of inflation We have 30 trillion in debt I mean compare that to your household on a micro scale If you were making a $100,000 a year and you add a $150,000 in debt you may be making a lot of money or a decent amount of money but you're in so much debt ladies and gentlemen you're never going to pay that off We're in that situation now with a macro scale

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Agbaji passes Chamberlain in No. 5 Kansas win over K-State

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Agbaji passes Chamberlain in No. 5 Kansas win over K-State

"As the top scoring team in the big twelve the Kansas Jayhawks didn't disappoint their home ground with the one hundred two to eighty three win over Kansas state K. U. senior guard child biology is the big twelve individual scoring leader with twenty points a game he had twenty three from the beginning of the season I think the makeup of our team and the speed that we had we knew that if we got a rebound it would just be an advantage because we run so fast everyone would feel the corners and run lanes hard K. use next game at number ten Baylor Saturday marks the J. hawks only game against a ranked team in the final four games of their regular season Greg Echlin Lawrence Kansas

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:42 min | 11 months ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"You know the perfect significant other for you is going to look very different than your best friend in. It's gonna look very different then your neighbor you know what i mean like. It's just not as simple as fitting a mold. And i always felt like i needed to fit that mold in. Guess what it did. It stopped me from truly getting to know the guys had crushes on and it stopped me from having a not awkward kiss in high school. I could have definitely gone for like a genuinely good fun. Cast in high school. Like i definitely could have done that like i definitely would have liked to have done that. But instead every single experience i had was extremely awkward and uncomfortable for me and not enjoyable whatsoever because i was so concerned about the fact that i did fit the right mold. Don't take a shot. Every time i say mold please because there will be deaf involved but anyway the moral of the story is. There are a lot of molds in our world. There's the mold of the stereotypical ideal man. The mold of the stereotypical ideal woman. The mold of the stereotypical ideal mother father grandmother uncle everything. Everything has a fucking mold right. Even things like art have a mold learning to accept that. You're never going to fit perfectly into those molds is one of the most freeing things you can do for yourself because it allows you to truly lean into who you really are regardless of what it looks like so that you can accept yourself and feel confident in your own skin so that you can experience life to the fullest and have fun. I didn't have fucking fun for so long. Because i was so concerned that i didn't fit the mold of a woman you know. I stopped myself from experiencing so many fun different things you know because i just felt like there was something wrong with me. You know in the funny thing about it is is that you know. All of these molds are just stupid and pointless anyway like they're not real they're not a real thing there limitations that are put on by our own imagination. They're not a real thing. And i think that once you look at it like that it's so much easier to say. Well then fuck with that like fuck all that. Fuck fuck it. I don't want any of that. Also by the way. I don't know what type of like the words that just came out of my mouth. Two sentences prior to this one. I like there was definitely some sort of mix up leg with my body when the words were coming out the way it came out just sounded real scary to me and concerning but anyway i think that that's all i got for today. Guys i really really just wanted to talk about this because it's just something that i've struggled with throw my life up until recently and although it's kind of hard to avoid i think that it can be comforting to hear if it's something that you're struggling with now that there's a light at the end of the tunnel. I think that you absolutely grow out of it. You evolve out of it and you really learn to appreciate your own individuality. And what makes you who you are. And i think that something that i've more recently become proud of within myself is that i don't care about what stereotypical mold something fits into. If i enjoy it. I'm going to enjoy it. I don't care if it's deemed girly or it's fucking deemed like whatever like shut the fuck up like shut up with all of that. It's stupid i don't care and i don't care if people make sumptious about me you know based on things that i'm interested in or things that i like. I know who i am within my core. And i know what i like and i'm not gonna let anything get in my way you know. There's no reason to do that. If i want dress a certain way because it makes me feel good. I'm going to do that. And if other people are like. Oh well she's dressing like a boy she's kind of dry you know it's like that's the dumbest shit i've ever heard in my life and i know that this is a conversation. That's been happening. Broadly you know in the world and on the internet for a while now. But i just wanted to say that like just because it's something that were we've been talking about more on the internet doesn't mean that it's not something that we still struggle with. You know these. Stereotypes are still very prominent whether we like it or not. And although i don't think they're necessarily. I don't know i don't know if they're necessarily avoidable. I don't know i don't know. I think that they're very ingrained in us. And i think that to a certain extent you know there's nothing we can do about it. But i think that it's about rejecting it yourself and just making the decision to ignore them as much as you possibly can on that note. Thank you for listening. I really enjoyed this episode. I hope that you guys had fun. I hope that you guys gained something from this in some way. I appreciate you all so much for coming back in listening. I really appreciate you guys more than you know in talk to you next week see.

"chamberlain" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Here & Now

"British students forcing barclays bank major multinational to pull out of the nation. You go on youtube. Tanya played in one thousand nine hundred five song sun city you know by the time apartheid felonies nelson mandela. Getting out of there was no doubt that this kind of commercial isolation had the population the white population of south africa. Tired and kind of crying uncle. So that's what it takes not just tweets and press releases here there robin fis. Host of public radio's full disclosure. As always thank you so much. Thank you on the new film. The killing of kenneth chamberlain dramatizes almost ten year. Old police shooting that still resonates. Today in the early morning of november nineteenth two thousand eleven police in white plains new york call to the apartment of kenneth chamberlain the sixty eight year old black retired marine chamberlain had accidentally triggered his life age alert button while he was sleeping and the company sent the police to check on him. Here's a scene from the film else in your unit with you. Are you by yourself. No one else here. All right well. We got a call about a possible medical emergency. And i'm telling you. I do not have an emergency and i didn't call anybody despite chamberlain's assurances that he was alright. The situation escalated office. Broken tasers him and shot him with live ammunition he later died at the hospital. The killing of kenneth chamberlain opens in theaters and on demand. Friday and joining me now is chamberlain son. Kenneth chamberlain junior. I'm sorry sir for us. Thank you thank you. I wanna ask about this scene. We've just heard of the police are knocking at your father's door. Tell us a little bit more. What happened next. They arrived at his apartment. They knocked on the door. My father came to the door. He said they didn't call you. I'm fine now. We know that this three times that you can make entry into someone's home. It is permission with a warrant or in circumstances they didn't have any so and you were therefore a medical emergency so there was no need for you to try to come inside there after..

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Out of coffee I'm out of coffee. I made cold brew last night. And then i poured it onto my cup this morning and then i spilled it all over my rug and now i don't have coffee. I'm like pose mate coffee. Maybe i take the day off. Make mata okay. I'll do that speaking of that way. This is okay. Please please let me promise you that. This is not a plug that i planned like. I genuinely just remembered that chamberlain coffee macho just came out so if you want to pick that up it's chamberlain. Coffee dot com I've been using it for months. So it's not like i've like i'm in the routine like i know what's going on here but i've been keeping it a secret but it's very delicious anyway. So that's what i'm gonna make today. Now that i don't have any coffee left although i'm in more of a coffee mood than a macho mood but the universe is forcing me to be in a macho mood today. So what are you going to do anyway last question. I'm a high school senior this year. And i need advice on how to make it fun while making friends in still get good grades and do well on my exams. I wanted to be the best year and minimize stress as much as possible while still being productive. The way that i would go about doing this is by taking classes here. That number one are not going to be too challenging so like don't take all. Ap classes don't take all honors classes. Don't take all advanced classes. Take classes that you feel like you will be able to handle a thousand percent like take classes that you feel confident that you know you'll be able to succeed in you know and that i think will help free your schedule in ways that will allow you to make new friends and will allow you to have those experiences that you want. I found that in school. The biggest thing that got in the way of me having fun in me making friends in me living my best life was that i took way too hard of classes and i couldn't enjoy myself and i think that if i would have taken easier classes i probably would have had a way more fun. High school experience again no regrets. I don't regret it because the experience was definitely a learning experience But yeah i mean. I would definitely do it differently now. If i were to go back to school i would just take classes that were you know normal and like not too hard in just classes that i would actually enjoy rather than being so challenged by them that i'm like you know having anxious meltdown. Every day which then gets in the way of me being able to be social which then gets in the way of me being able to make memories and then next thing you know you know my whole life is a mess anyway on that note guys. Thank you so much for listening. I really enjoyed hanging out with you guys today. And i hope that if you're going back to school you're not too sad I think school can actually be really fun. And i have made some really amazing memories at school and you know. Do the best you can do. Enjoy it for what it is and remember that it's not gonna last forever so the best thing that you can do is just make the most of it now in you'll be done before you know it. Trust me i love you guys very much and i'll talk to you next week and follow anything goes on any of the platforms eastern podcasts in. Leave a review on apple podcasts. If you want. I really appreciate the reviews and i'll talk to you soon but he..

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Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban

"How do you have a diplomatic mission without an embassy. How do you have a diplomatic mission when you had to close your embassy at a fears that your own citizens would have to be killed where we had to bring the flag down. How exactly does diplomacy work with that. Tony blinken you see. One of the great misnomers is that diplomacy can solve everything when it comes down to diplomacy is only effective when you have a big sword and a stick than the person across the table from you if you're going to rely solely on diplomacy with evil people. I got a book by neville chamberlain to sell you. Cut thirty one. Us military flights and ended in our troops department afghanistan. A new chapter of america's engagement with afghanistan has begun. It's one in which we will lead with our diplomacy. The military missions over a new diplomatic mission has begun the diplomatic mission that we don't have an embassy and we have no way to actually execute it now. Do you notice how they are. Experts not governing but at deflecting and dodging one thing. That blinken is very good. At is changing words get not necessarily always changing definitions but changing the essence of what is being set. A great example is when he was asked the other day. I think we have this tape. We played it earlier. But it's worth playing again when they said well. Did you give this to the taliban he said i didn't give lists. We gave over manifests but isn't a manifesto list. I know but we gave her a manifest. You asked if i gave over lists. We didn't give a list. We call it a manifest. therefore it's not a list play. Take the idea that we shared lists of of americans or others with the taliban is simply wrong. What was share in specific so in specific. Instances when you're trying to get a bus or a group of people through End you need to show a manifest to do that because particularly in cases where people don't have the necessary credentials on the documents on them Then you you'll share names of the list on people who busted. They can be assured that those were people that we're we're looking to bring. Yeah so again. We call manifest ladder listed in list.

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The International Ramifications of the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

The International Ramifications of the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

"Black In in that case in you just said that we cannot compare The events of the last few days either to saigon. Oh even to. Jimmy carter as somebody who is a. Pm of the of the british opera house is somebody who is a canadian as well. What are the international ramifications of what we have just seen when you'll blaming our allies our partners in the country prior administrations went already. The media organs of the chinese communist state are saying quote unquote headlines. Bidoon will surrender taiwan. Next how how can send a you. As an observer of presidential politics that there will be very very serious ramifications. I'm very concerned. And i think the parallel there is with the bay of pigs President kennedy was fearful of fiasco at the bay of pigs few months after he was inaugurated in nineteen sixty one would embolden the soviet union. That's precisely what happened. And they you know they. We now know that the head short range. Nuclear missiles already deployed on the launcher before it was discovered by. Us intelligence that four hundred thousand two old divisions a soviet armed forces in cuba in-country and they've been there for some months before american intelligence defected. This right under the nose. Eight minutes away in a jet aircraft from for miami and and And then he was afraid that it would embolden the russian su something impetuous which is what happened. He and we of course will settled very. I would say we didn't quite statesmanlike manner but but that sort of thing does encourage those who have an appetite to be aggressive. And if they think they're facing a vacuum or facing a completely irresolute opponent than it is extremely dangerous. And i mean you know. We got all kinds of historical parallels for this as hitler himself said after he saw chamberlain and della at munich. He thought he could do anything he

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"To anything goes. I'm emma chamberlain your host. We're talking about closed today. I was kind of inspired to do this. Because i've been getting back into clothes. I had a little phase there where i was not excited about close fashion. Any of that stuff. And i'll tell you why social media let me explain. I feel like within the past year. Fashion in the internet have gone through a crazy phase where it seemed like trends and clothing pieces were going viral for like months at a time and then everybody would hate them. And i've actually seen some people talk about this. Which is crazy. Because i had been noticing this throughout this past year and it was exhausting and i didn't see anyone talking about it but i was thinking it in the back of my head and now people are talking about it and people are noticing it which is so interesting because i kind of thought that i was crazy and i was like maybe this is just normal. Maybe this is just how trends cycles go. You know things get trendy for a second and then they're not anymore but it was weird because there were certain pieces literally like it would be a certain dress or a certain top or a certain pair of pants that would literally go viral. Everybody would buy it and then nobody would like it anymore and it was like specific pieces like i can name one for example. There was this green dress that was from a brand called house of sunny. And i remember it went so viral. Everybody was obsessed with this dress. it went viral. And take talk okay. And then everybody bought it and then it became boring. Nobody cared about it anymore. And that's like the most prominent example like that's the most popular example. I know of this happening. But i could name ten other pieces that this has happened to and it's not even just specific pieces. It's also just trends in general. I know charm necklaces went super viral. Everybody was wearing charm necklaces making charm necklaces and it became this hot trend for a moment. And now i feel like people don't really care as much harm necklaces. Do you see what. I'm saying like it feels like the trends are getting shorter and shorter and i noticed this happening while it was happening and i think take talk. Plays a huge role in it but i noticed it while it was happening but i wasn't fully conscious of it right like i noticed it happening and i could feel it happening but i wasn't really digesting. The thought is that make sense. It was something that i noticed in my subconscious but then recently i really started to think about it and just started to think about how trends moves so quickly. These days like things are loved for a month. Max and then everybody's ditching it. In their onto the next thing and i think the reason why trends are lasting so short time is because of social media and because we see the same shit over and over again on our instagram feeds and it gets old so quickly whereas before the internet the only time that you would see stuff was in magazines and in person and maybe on tv and that's how trends started but now we get to see anybody and everybody at any given time of the day on social media and it's causing the lifespan of trends to be so much shorter and this whole situation of trends coming and going within a month started to stress me out subconsciously because it felt like i could never catch up and to be brutally honest. I didn't have the energy to catch up but at the same time. I've never been somebody who cared too much about trends. I will totally follow a trend. If i like it. Don't get me wrong. But also i don't confine myself in a box like if i like something that's not necessarily trendy i will just wear it and i don't care but also if i see a trend that i enjoy i will totally on the trend and enjoy it because i don't like to put boundaries on my style i just like to wear whatever makes me feel good and what excites me. And it's simple as that. But for some reason the quickening trend cycle made me really uninspired when it came to close because it felt like everything was so over saturated right like one trend would get huge and it was all anybody was wearing and then the next day nobody liked it anymore and it was shit on and something about that energy just made me really stressed out at the idea of wearing clothes for some reason because it felt like everything was coming and going so quickly i just felt overwhelmed and for a period of time actually literally considered becoming almost a minimalist with my fashion and just wearing blue jeans and a white tank top every day. Like i'm not kidding. I considered it. I almost considered getting rid of my clothes donating them giving them a better home and buying a bunch of white tank tops and then wearing them with jeans every day like i heavily consider just coming up with a uniform. Almost like how steve. Jobs has a uniform or mark zuckerberg has a uniform. If you see a photo of steve jobs. He's probably wearing a black turtleneck in jeans. And if you look at mark zuckerberg. He's probably wearing a gray t shirt and jeans. They have a uniform. Something about that was appealing to me. I was like wow that seems like a fucking relief. Like that is tempting but at the same time deep down. I do love clothes. I do love fashion. And i'm genuinely passionate about it so i was like okay. How can i find a happy medium here because the whole trend cycle is stressing me out. Things are coming and going to quickly. I don't even wanna pay attention to that. I need to figure out another way to get inspired when it comes to fashion. You know because looking to social media is not working for me right now. It's not working for me. So i started looking at photos from the past. You know magazines from the past. Which i've already done for quite a while now but not as heavily as i have been recently. I've been really looking at you. Know old photos stuff from the fifties to the nineties. Anything in between just looking at old photos old magazines old album covers old photo shoots whatever it may be and trying to get my inspiration from that but then also just trying to get inspiration from my own brain because i just can't follow these trends cycles anymore and it was so exhausting that it made me just not even want to try when it came to wearing clothes anymore but i've found a new structure when it comes to clothing and finding inspiration and it's a little bit more sustainable because i'm pulling inspiration from the past rather than from might take talk for you page which luckily i don't have a take talk anymore. I actually have not been on. Take talking over a month but regardless. I'm not even getting inspiration as much for my instagram feed. Although i like instagram can still be good. Sometimes because there's a lot of cool interesting stuff on there that's not as like trendy and sensational like take talk as all trendy sensational shit whereas instagram. I think there's more of a variation of content it's not as saturated with these super short lived trends. You know. i don't know take talk is crazy because it starts trends the go. Nationwide like overnight. He this is unrelated to fashion. But when a take talk about chlorophyll water went viral. Everybody started buying chlorophyll to put in their water in chlorophyll was sold out everywhere. It's the same thing with close but it's exhausting and listen. Don't get me wrong if something becomes a sensational overnight trend. And i see it and i like it if i like it. I might purchase it. If it's something that i feel like i'm gonna wear a lot and it's something that i feel like we'll get its use in my closet. I don't care if it becomes boring tomorrow. If i genuinely like something. I'm gonna buy it. I think the problem with close in going viral on take talk is that it's less about people thinking. Oh i really love this. And i'm going to wear this every day and it's more like oh i need to stay up to date and i need to get the latest trendy thing and it's not as much about what do i want to have in my closet for years to come you know. And that's where the problem lies and that's where it's uninspiring for me because it's like okay. Are these pieces cute or are we just buying them. Because they're viral. You can really go down a mental rabbit hole with that but anyway. I don't want to be shitting on trendy stuff because don't get me wrong. Trendy stuff can be really fun and some trends are really cute in some of them might even end up being timeless at some point. Who knows but right. Now it's hard to know and everything can be so overwhelming. And i.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"I'm emma chamberlain your host. I hope you're having an amazing day. I have been so anxious recently. Legis fucking addressed the elephant in the room. Okay i've been so anxious recently. And i feel like a broken record because i feel like i talk about my anxiety a lot and for those of you who maybe don't have anxiety or maybe for those of you who don't wanna hear about it. I'm not going to be offended if you're like em. I'm not listening to this episode. Shut the fuck up about anxiety stop but eight section ongoing battle and every time i feel like anxiety kinda goes into remission if you will kind of stops or gets better. I'm always like wow okay. Maybe i'm done now. Like maybe i'm never gonna get it again. Maybe that was it. That was the last time and then it comes back. And i have been very anxious recently to a point where i almost feel. Kind of disassociated from my life. I'm looking at the definition of disassociation. Because i don't know how to put it Disassociation is a disconnection and lack of continuity between thoughts memories roundings actions and identity where you feel detached from your environment the people around you or your body. I've been feeling this very frequently recently. And it's been taking a huge toll on me. Because i feel off and i feel like i'm not in my body constantly like i'll have moments where i'm good but ninety percent of the time right now. I do not feel present in my body. It's the most bizarre feeling and it's so unsettling and it makes it hard for me to you. Know want to be on camera or to record a podcast or to even be in a social situation. Because i don't feel like myself. It's uncomfortable and i can't explain it but if you've ever felt it before let me tell you i feel for you because it's very uncomfortable. I feel like i'm a robot. Almost it is so incredibly bizarre. I haven't really dealt with this a lot with anxiety like this is kind of a newer thing i feel like or maybe just more aware of it. Now that i'm older. I don't know but it's so uncomfortable and because i've been dealing with this recently i've been trying to figure out ways to help with this feeling of disassociation that comes with anxiety and i've found some ways to deal with it. The main one being putting things into perspective for yourself. Because if you're like me and you have anxiety a big part of your anxiety is that you probably find yourself obsessing over small things for example you might be fixating on friendship and your life. Maybe you're like. I don't feel like this friend really likes me that much. I feel like they are deceiving me. And they don't really actually like me but every time we hang out it feels like everything's fine. But then when i'm by myself and i'm not around anymore i feel like they don't like me. You may be fixating on that. And all these little anxieties about little weird things can all be really put into perspective and relieved but you have to train yourself how to do that and how to think like that and how to consistently put things into perspective so that you can alleviate some of these small little obsessions that your anxiety causes you to have and it's funny because i'm giving this advice right about how putting things into perspective can really help with this element of anxiety yet. I am terrible at this. I am so bad at it. I know that it helps. But i'm so bad at doing it. And i still let myself obsess over these tiny things like for example. Today i started convincing myself that everybody in my life secretly despises me and is using me case. That was one thing. I obsessed over today. I also convince myself that. I don't work hard enough and that i basically need to work harder to a point where i am. I do nothing else in order to be working hard enough to my standard and that i'm going to fail if i don't work so hard that i have no life if that makes sense like i basically convince myself that i need to be working harder. Awesome fail Those were some things that i was obsessing over today and to somebody else it might seem kind of stupid and just like irrational and dumb but in the universe of my own mind these things feel massive and they feel like life shattering you know but if i actually put them into perspective there are rational. And they're unnecessary but the thing about excited and anxious thoughts is that they happen almost subconsciously. And they're kind of in the back of your head gist floating around and so your existing with these subconscious thoughts that are obsessive in negative and anxiety inducing and that merely existing like that can make you feel. Disassociated can obviously make you feel anxious because they're anxious thoughts can make you feel this weird feeling of doom like it's awful but if you can learn how to take these anxious thoughts bring them to the forefront of your head put them into perspective. You can help lessen your anxiety but it's just about teaching yourself how to do it. So here's advice on how to put things into perspective to help with anxiety to help with this association. Disassociation is associated feelings.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Call her daddy to start listening. Do not listen unless you are the age of eighteen. Thank you that is my own personal advice to you. Besides that happy listening. Hello everybody welcome back to anything goes. I'm emma chamberlain your host today. We're going to be talking about the world. Post cova did post pandemic because in california where i live. Things are really starting to open back up and really starting to get back to normal and it is freaking me out a little bit and i know that in some places of the world things have been back to normal for months now and i know and other places of the world. Things are not opened up yet. So take this with a grain of salt depending on where you live and all of that. But i just wanted to talk about the effects that this is having on me the world opening backup some advice. I have for those of you who are struggling to readjust to normal post pandemic life and just have an open conversation about it. Because it's been very weird. And i just think we need to talk about it like we just need to talk about it. The first major adjustment has been not having to wear a mask anymore. I remember the first experience i had with. This was actually at the gym. I went to the gym to work out. And i show up wearing a mask and all the people at the front desk weren't wearing masks and i was like what is going on and they were like. Oh you don't have to wear masks anymore in the gym. And i was like oh and i remember my first thought was. Why am i not excited about this. Why am i not excited about this. I should be so stoked. That i don't have to wear a mask because you know exercising will be easier because the mask tended to get in the way and kind of suffocate me when i was trying to exercise But also just because you know that's a assigned the world's opening back up and that should be exciting. But i was immediately anxious and i went down to the locker room and i took my mask off and i felt so weird. I felt like i had shed a layer of my skin. I felt naked. Almost that's the best way to put it. I felt naked. And i immediately was so anxious and then i walked up to the main area of the gym where all the machines are and stuff.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Our current times is so weird and confusing because of the internet dating apps specifically it can be challenging stressful frightening almost but hinge cuts through the awkwardness in makes connecting with people really easy hinges. Actually the dating app that's designed to be deleted for people who actually want to get off dating apps. I actually know somebody who is dating somebody that they met on hinge. And let me tell you. They deleted the app. It went great. The relationship is going great. Hinch has easy to respond to. Proms connecting you with people who have similar interests to you as the country opens back up. Many are predicting a hot vac. Summer of casual dating the thinking goes that we need to make up for lost time by going on many dates and hooking up with as many people as possible if you're single anyways but hingis team relationship. Scientists hinged labs found the most singles unhinged. Aren't actually looking to do that. Seventy five percent of hinge users who responded to a survey said that they're committed to finding something serious this summer and they wanna find their person on this app. A lot of people on hinge commit to dating as their number one priority above work family and friends whenever my friends come to me and ask me am up. Gimme dating advice. I always say quality over quantity. finding one. Good person is so much better than finding ten mediocre matches so to all of you who are looking for a meaningful relationship go download hinge meet someone great and delete dating apps for good. Hello everybody welcome back to anything goes. I'm emma chamberlain your host. I hope you're having a gorgeous day. I just got back from vacation. And i really am struggling to return to everyday life right now. Sometimes i get back from vacation. And i am revved up. I have a newfound passion for day to day life after vacation. I feel excited to do my chores. I feel excited to cook. I feel excited to clean. I feel excited to work. I feel excited to do everything. And then sometimes i get back from vacation and i still feel like i'm on vacation mentally and i just can't get back into the swing of things. That's kinda how i feel right now. The thought of doing anything remotely productive or useful with my time is a nightmare to me right now. I still feel like. I'm on vacation in my brain so that's where i'm at but i'll figure it out. I just felt the need to update you on my current mental state. I'm on vacation mode. But i am not on vacation anymore. It is unfortunate hopefully can figure this out. My kitchen is a mess. There's dishes all in the sink. My countertop is not wiped down. I been in bed all day. I haven't even been being productive in my bed. I've been watching youtube videos all day. I didn't even open my book. I didn't even try to read my book today. Like today was just not a productive day. Because i am still on vacation mode okay. Whatever i'll snap out of it anyway. That's what's going on with me Anyway i hope you're having a great day. What are we talking about today. Let me tell you today. We're talking about a concept that came to me recently. Because it's something that i've experienced in it something that i continue to experience but also because i have seen it happen to other people and i've observed it happen. I've seen it happen to other people. And i think it's a really interesting concept and i just wanted to have a conversation about it with you today. So that's where we're gonna motherfucking. Do the concept is that success kills creativity success ruins creativity. Let's use this scenario. As an example you find a band their small band they have maybe a few thousand fans. Maybe they played little shows here and there not a lot of people know them. You know it's like one of those bands that you bring up to your friends and you say you definitely haven't heard of them okay. And they're making bad ass music like it is just killer it is so good he and you're thinking to yourself how they not blown up yet how they not blown up yet. Okay fast forward a year later. Everybody knows this band. They're huge mega popular. All your friends are listening to them. Kids at your school are wearing their merge they're popping off then all of a sudden they put out a new song. You listen to it. you hate it. You're like this is not the ban that i fell in love with..

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"chamberlain" Discussed on I Am Power

I Am Power

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on I Am Power

"Healings are okay and that you were affected by your trauma and that's okay. Welcome back to the power podcast stories. Become art art becomes important reminders. each episode dives deep into the story of a special person who discovered their power against all odds of the inspiration that comes from the stories then memorialized into a single unique painting that could be purchased in limited print quantities. Do want to say real quick. That's today's episode could be considered sensitive for some listeners. To please keep that in mind. We're talking to the incredibly strong karen chamberlain. Who was kidnapped at the age of fifteen by a man she did not know so bravely shares with us. Her story of survival healing. and how. She's using her experience to empower and educate others. I know personally was touched by her story. she's an incredible human being. I think you guys are gonna really enjoy.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"I'm emma chamberlain your host. I hope that you're having a gorgeous wake. I had a good week. Although nothing interesting happened. I cooked i cleaned. I went to the gym. I did my chores. I read my book. I journaled and that was it like. That's all that happened this week but it was a good week But because i have no life updates liska arraigned episode today. What are we talking about today. today we're going to be talking about the stereotypes of only children. I grew up as an only child. And i feel like through my life. Syria types have just been thrown at me. you know. People who aren't only children definitely tend to judge only children for whatever reason And i kinda get it. Because when i think about the concept of being an only child. It's very weird. It is kind of weird and it's not super common like i don't meet a lot of only children on my day to day excursions like i. It's kind of rare to meet other only children And as much as every human being in every child is different. I thought it'd be interesting today to go through. A list of stereotypical behaviors of only children. And i wanna give my opinion as an only child in say whether or not. I think that they're true at least for me. Obviously every only child is different. But let's see how much. I fit the only children's stereotype. I found an article online. The website is best life online dot com and they wrote an article called fifteen dead. Giveaways that you're dealing with an only child. I'm going to give my opinion on them and we will see how they did. Number one only children are independent to a fault. One of the biggest perks of being an only child is also one of its pitfalls. Only children get so used to being alone that they have an independent streak. That's difficult to break. That can often mean that as adults. It's their way or the highway. And if you have a strong independent streak of your own make sure that you know the fifteen ways to be a safer female solo traveler. Oh that would actually be a really good article for me to read after this. Because i do traveling by myself But anyway. I do think that i'm independent to a fault. I would say that. This is true. Because as much as i enjoy talking to people and as much as i enjoy hanging out with my close family and friends i definitely tend to prefer my time alone because i'm very selfish about my own schedule and routine like i have certain things in my day that i need to get done or else i am not a good person for example like i need to exercise every day and i need to well not every day but like do something kind of active every day I like to have the time and freedom to get my work done at my leisure stuff like that. And so because of that and because of the fact that i enjoy being alone anyway i do end up spending a lotta time alone and i do tend to lean towards that like if i have a choice. I'll usually choose to be alone. Which is good for my productivity. But bad because i think that i can get lonely without even realizing it like i'll accidentally ended up being alone for weeks straight and then i'll be like. Oh fuck i have not seen anybody this week. And even though i'm an only child and i'm used to being alone and i'm comfortable with being alone as a human being. You still need to have social interaction. Like you have to have balance. And i think that i tend to overdo it sometimes and i'll spend too much time alone and then it'll end up making me kind of sad but i don't even realize that it's happening when it's happening and then i'll be like okay. I need to you know. I need to plan like a dinner with my friends or playing a barbecue or something because i've just been alone for too long. And it's starting to make me consciously a little bummed out So i would say that. This first point is true so off to a good start second. Trait of only children is that they're more sensitive. Having a sibling to take jabs at you throughout your childhood can give anyone a thicker skin however for many only children that lack of playful teasing means that. They're a bit more sensitive as adults. You know i would disagree with this one. Because i don't think that i'm any more sensitive when it comes to playful jabs and stuff like that then the next guy i would say i'm sensitive in other ways like i would say i'm sensitive in a sense where i'm emotional and i cry a lot and i take things really deep to heart in stuff like that When it comes to like playful banter and like people giving me a hard time. I would say i'm pretty good at handling that For whatever reason. I don't think they're being an only child has made me a pussy in the sense where somebody you know makes fun of something that i'm wearing or something as a joke and i get really upset like i feel like i'm pretty good about bad. I don't think that i'm super sensitive there. But in general. I'm sensitive if that makes sense like more on a personal basis less than on a social basis. I would say that. I'm sensitive. So i guess that i'm fifty fifty on this one but like if somebody wants to pick on me playfully like i'm not gonna be like. Hey that's not nice like no. I actually enjoy that stuff most of the time. So i'm on the fence with this one. Third characteristic of an child is that they won't ask you for help that worker. Who would rather go back to school to learn printer repair than ever call for help. Yeah they're probably only child. In addition to.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"To be really difficult days. And i think we've said this before but you know. Don't let the challenge off the thought that you're not as good as somebody else because they've got a degree in you haven't seen all of that. Stop you from getting where you want to be an anna from talking with you before shelley. I don't believe that you did a degree. But you're running a hugely successful business on a global basis. Where a people that did a degree they might not be where you are because they might have just gone into that corporate world. Been happy on that. So it's kinda horses for courses it. Yeah i think it depends what you want and yeah well i think it's a mixture of things name what life throws at you and sometimes it's the situations you find yourself and you just have to find your way over the under them through them round them whatever way you want cooler Sometimes you have these goals and plans an aspiration and life gets in the way which is what happened for me. Which is why. I always wanted to go to university. I loved school. I was not keyed in the corner that liked learning But life got in the way and i. I left school age seventeen so there was no. It was a financial thing. There was no choice in the matter at the time. And then i did my army service here which i think i've mentioned i mentioned on daniel skirmish thing off the army. I was working for my friend's father in a pharmacy cleaning cleaning couples flat once a week in the evening. So you know you do those things. But all of their things as jennifer said. do do help you later on. Because there's experiences give you the gumption and the drive to not go back to that situation in my case. I definitely don't want to be caning anybody else's or they wanna really clean my own place i've cleaner The jobs that's not my zone of genius to clean my. I want to beautifully spark legally in flat. But i don't want to do which is kind of fine. I think And i think. I think those things do help you get to where you want to go. It'd be interesting to know from listeners. Now lovely visa there. How many have degrees in down. I'm sure there's lots of people who do have degrees. i'm fine. the the degree wasn't all it was cracked up to be or it was the wrong subject. Yeah and they end up doing something totally different. You know. it's one of the things that a friend of mine. Her eldest son opted not to take a degree when he left school and he's got himself an apprenticeship where he spends four days a week learning on the job but he's getting one day a week released to college and he will do professional they will be degree level but they're professional qualifications versus the bse or the type scenario and he's also he's streets ahead of his peers because he's probably earning while he's learning and learning on the job and earning and i think there's a lot to be said for that going in saskia the boston working yup Is is definitely a good thing. But from from jennifer's interview though it's just just fantasy her pasha young full full. The industry was palpable. Yes teaching you could fail on this idea of collaboration Competition that we've talked about it before. And i think he's just such a great thing. I'm being wanting to give back all the time. Yes the other thing that stood out was was the mastermind bit. Yes that your mastermind with jennifer and now. She's setting up a french-speaking one. Yeah now she's being planning that for some while..

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"So by collaborating with other v as you can offer your clients better service. Everybody wins that way and i. I think that's best so great. Jennifer has been an absolute pleasure. Having you on. And chatting with you. And i'm sure this is going to be a very much listened to episode. They all seem to be at the moment. I keep saying this has been a fabulous episode. But then they've all been abused exits. I'm really enjoy myself than anybody else. I'm having fun. So that k then isn't it. It's any last words. Joe no apart from look forward to catching up with you on friday and our next month's divine but yes no it's it's it's really really lovely to be part of a you know a mastermind with jennifer and the other ladies and i totally recommend to our listeners to find their tribe. Whether that's just you know a weekly fortnightly check in with another. Va that they trust. Who can share those things with them because it is making a huge difference to us. A- groups i absolutely and it's funny. It's something i believe in so much that i've now now now. This week nord shane. Meyer muster minds for french-speaking expense signing up people at my memphis eight space says it looks like pretty much when we're gonna be folk last night about super exciting and it's something but i've cooled at the section of not yet site i. It's my way of giving back. That's brilliant absolutely brilliant and kudos. That you can do it in two language that you can. You can manage it infringe. Yeah how cool is that. I mean yeah. Brilliant having said that. I could do the same in everett so but it is definitely a skill. I just ask you a an anguished thing. That i found recently because we live in a very anglo area and we with english speaking people most of the time my husband doesn't speak the language I find although. I can't translate anything. Unlike can read anything out of socities newspapers to up my reading level. But i'm finding translating. I seem to be stuck in one language or the other. Does that happen to you jennifer. Not so much. I guess because i switch between which old ryon everyday. Yeah yeah. I find when..

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Proofreading will the supplies the subtitles than will say more and more especially in the last four years social media management said we do the strategy Or not so often but went very much wants to clients strategy and they know how they want to do what they want today and where they will go with that will be the hands that make it happen. Yeah so whereabouts drafting content creating images all scheduling at. That's where we come in. That's right and you do that across languages that you work in. Yes so. I'm very lucky now that absolutely myself in english and french smith problem and i do a bit in german allen currently having jama lessons to based much about great fun I do have a client. Who was doing a newsletter in italian and so it was great because i used to cut and paste That full hat. She's not currently doing that but yeah we But now have a team around me. So it also able to a for the services in spanish italian and german while that's phenomenal absolutely facing. Yeah i did some training for an international luxury goods company. That's all i'll say on air anyway. a couple of years ago i'm We had to deliver training in different countries. All around your trainers who could deliver outlook. Training to wide specified in different languages. Spanish being one of them spanish italian dot. We have in spanish. Italian donna dodge. They did. They spoke english. The dutch italian portuguese that we had to find somebody to do. Now is lovely. Italian french all sought check. We had something to czechoslovakia. Somebody went to poland. But what i found for the spanish ones is that i was able to actually translate slides using the translation in powerpoint which was actually quite accurate and that was a cheap option for me because otherwise i'd have had to pay the trainer to translate slide as well as to training so it's always useful to know that there are people out there who can do that for you and i think that i think that's that's great.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Dinner just seems amazing. Anyway i think we build on tap listeners. We have the wonderful jennifer chamberlain of my binding will be joining us shortly and I think just go get her and let her tell you all about what do you think gen. Definitely a great idea. Welcome looseness to virtually amazing. The puck casa virtual assistance and with us. Today we now have the wonderful jennifer chamberlain. Who's joining us all the way from paris. If i'm right mariah's right let's love lovely to justify so on another truly international episode israel. London netanya in israel. London u k in paris franz. So it's a really nice. Mix and mix match so jennifer. Do you want to take on listeners. A bit about your background about who you are what you do And what your your specialities. Because you have a very specific niche than you. Hi everybody thank you very much. That welcome selling at. It's great speaking and so yes. I have been living in france now since nineteen ninety nine. I came over here after. I cannot be described as catastrophic second jerry investing but life happens in wages deal with that and so i came. Make a happy. Because i managed to get myself a job working Paris definitely fun. Yeah absolutely so. I started working there. I was known attraction high status. And i was very lucky because my only worry when i got there with i was going to be on some tiny attraction that never had often everyone get them and but fortunately i was put on big mountain. Which is one of the biggest roller coasters in the park. Site absolutely loved it. It was like the university but without having any of the sweat not having any exams. intensive units very young. It's very dynamic. And it's just great great place to be in your that pragmatic peoples holidays. Which is just. It's just a great thing today. i'm venus so what happened after that. How did you get from working at disney to being a pa ea va whichever type of assistant. We won't cola. I am so. I was very lucky when i when i wanted to move on from disney..

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"We still lockdown. Believe as that today this moment in time i believe in understood that the next review of when the children can go back to school is march the eighth but i wouldn't like to stand by that because by the time this goes out things may have changed. I mean the mayor of changed by tomorrow. But yeah we're still locked down and sadly in a way. I'm in the uk not in my normal half-term location which is my annual holiday But then you know. I'm not alone in that and we're all having challenges with that. So yeah it's we're all still that we've just hit the milestone and fifteen million people have now had single vaccine in a priority age groups of like the very vulnerable in the In the nursing homes and the over seven over eighteen and over seventy s and. i think they're moving into the next group which is the over-sixties my little boy said to me. Oh moment won't be long before your priority group because you're over fifty yeah. They started with over-sixties as we said before. But my an i at all both by jobs and in fact this starting to open up pair lost sunday because we didn't record anything last week knowing sunday a week ago the restriction to of the thousand mecer restrictions lifted so. We actually drove to see how kids who have just over an hour away because we couldn't do that before and so we mess up with them but we still miss up with them in the park. on that was great so it was lovely to sing to saving to feed the children and This sunday just gone. The reason i messed up past actually took hold of someday. Now in israel. Sunday is a normal working day. It's a day of the week. Just monday tuesday wednesday and we still get confused. We get to monday. And tuesday most weeks david and i look at each other. Is it monday tuesday or choose they so we actually went out. We went to muslim and we mess up with some friends which was the first time we've done that in the last year and it was the first time they'd had anybody at all in the home in the last yet and then on the way back we went to see david's brother and sister annual. We stop talk that so had a really great day. We had lunged in one place and suffering another place. I didn't even have to cook. That's wonderful i. They'll be elusive. Uk via listening to this thinking. Gosh i hope you know yeah. We're all kind of going through. So there's this there's a they've cost about a third of the population here with the accident now and the natural king from I think he's from next thursday. The twenty third of february or no from sunday they brought it forward and they're gonna start opening shops and take aways. You've got to get to take away and then graduate. They'll stall opening things up but it we've had an education of what the phases are. We have some people to green pass for green certificate and once. You can't your second job. You can download this from government website and from your health health glider. I now have my green certificate on the idea. Is that restaurants will open. And you'll be able to book to go to a restaurant but you'll have to show your greens difficu- otherwise they won't be able to let you in so it's about getting people to get vaccinated so So that's going to be. I'm really looking for. It's being able to go meet friends and got..

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Chamberlain. S O A. R. K had to put out this news alert. Okay, It's Valentine's Day. Do not send out any nude photos or flash the flesh scammer could get your picture than immediately threatens to send it. All your family members, friends and your mother unless you pay $500. Now, If you do pay, you're gonna be hit up time and time again. And the scammer wants you to send the money, of course, using cash at Venmo or PayPal, because it's what easier than getting a bunch of gift cards and I'd like to add that it's never a good idea to send a naked gift. Naked pic rather any day of the year, not just Valentine's Day. And speaking of gifts. Here's a quick joke. I told this one it there last night, and everybody laughed. Okay. Three wealthy men were sitting at a bar the day after Valentine's Day. The first man says. I love my wife so much I got or something in that goes from zero. 2 104 seconds. The other member confused, he said. Well, I got her a white sports car. So they smile. One of them says Oh, that's funny. You know, I love my wife so much that I got her. Something goes from 0 to 102 seconds. I said, What kind of car is that? The guy says, Well, I got my wife a Ferrari with a huge grin on his face. The last man who had the smirky smile on his face the whole time says. Well, that's impressive, but I bought my wife something that goes from 0 to 200 in one second. Oh, the guys look at yoga. Impossible. What? It's sad. I mean, what did you get her? Says, Well, she's gained a lot of weight, so I bought her a scale. And you see, ladies and gentlemen, just an example the fun that we have here week after week as we talk about the best digital life talking about all the gadgets and gizmos, your security, your privacy, how to make money. How to save money. You could find us on 400 top stations from coast to coast. And around the globe on American Forces Network radio Special Thanks and shout out goes to our servicemen and women in the Army, Marines, Navy Air Force Coast Guard and Space force who were protecting.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"One oh two point seven when I get married I want to train of my dress to be made out of CVS receipts there so long and flowing just as they give me a yeah right we need more which is sold out Hey says nice to meet this is I like the way this is speech maybe we'll go many everybody the same day it also this press no one said to me now that the flu at the noon now now he crazy I know what you think grab me and I know would you drink wraps thing to chamberlain how at the next six known as you play games because all my and you thought.

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"chamberlain" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

08:02 min | 3 years ago

"chamberlain" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Say didn't in later they found like I said they found her clothing the hot coffee tort laws things like that and if you watch hot coffee the documentary there's several other cases on both sides of it that show it's a hit piece on torture story grasping and it was reported on an every news hour day to day and CNN and Fox News and everyone was covering the case could you argue that that is a that is a part of trying to find her trying to track her down can be telling you what they feel in a case like with Oj we already decided what we felt you know hey slake with the the Chamberlain's unfortunately they already made up their mind the original judge said now there's not enough like we believe it they and they we're going to retry them which is crazy because it's not over here so it was a jury a jury of their peers the judge a judge Joe the second jet see that's it's just nuts just nuts it is nuts it is nice to me so it's like oh no this this judge it does his job says no you there's nothing here I I in the public like no that's not what we want to hear let's get a job just to tell us what we want to hear and then with that judge like but again I doubt that all the stuff that was wrong was came into those inquests in the and again Outta lawmen I'm not either but I tell you what I I'm not an expert witness and that's crazy time I you know another thing that puts a lot of people into prison is is triangulation of cell phone towers I worked in the Cellular Company for all Hong Time and sell your industry I worked with the Subpoena Department in the company worked with an sailor triangulation you can make a story for whatever you why and one of the best ones I watch this show was like it it the the the prosecution showed that the Ping's show that this they had been hunting this woman and killed her and then the defense lawyer showed that some on Elsa done it that was his because he's like these I live in that area he goes so you could make the exact same thing I did it he just because that's how you're ah using GPS you're just paying off Towers Towers Ping off multiple you can pick evil hours but unfortunately now a lot of times Li- places in now thrown that out you can I used that lie detector tests and things like that just I learned how to fail all to you can't have to be thrown out a lie detector test and it's easier than you think they don't want you to try to get some right you just get them all wrong clinch like you gotta take a shit like your whole minute it'll raise your blood pressure you'll every question that's what they teach him as that easy and then the they get a baseline on you so they can't use it well and in that crazy I it's all what does he got to really take your Shit Oh he's peasy yeah dirty doing this one is is a little downer it it is a Downer and that's why you know at the top were were like there's there's nothing about this that we're making light of not at all this is a this is another one of those that probably wouldn't have been a high pick for me but oh the high pick for our listeners and so we're going to do it for you so that's our thoughts what did I sing and we have a lot of you from Australia what are your thoughts I really would like you to go on his station tell us what were your thoughts growing up at this time if you were alive or now how is this looked at their I love to hear your opinion on that and your experience especially in that you can tell me on hysteria a nation just go to facebook dot com searches Stereo nation also facebook dot com slash tariff one pot that's a regular page where you can find this all our other episodes adversary fifty-one pod you can tweet to us with your opinions don't forget to hop on instagram hysteria fifty-one on their patriots.