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Fresh update on "christina" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

01:14 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "christina" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Investors a better look into the Federal Reserve's plans and changing monetary policy when it comes to fighting inflation. Yesterday, fed chair Jerome Powell said the bank will start slowing down the tightening, at the closing bell the Dow Jones Industrial Average had lost 194 points to close at 34 three 95, the S&P 500 fell by three points to 40 76, the NASDAQ rose by 14 points to 11 four 82. The U.S. and France are reaffirming their commitment to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia. We're continuing to strong support for the people of Ukraine as they defend their homes and their families. And their sovereignty and territorial integrity against Russian aggression. Speaking alongside French president Emmanuel Macron, President Biden said they'll work together to hold Russia accountable and mitigate the global impacts of the war. Macron said support for Ukraine is important for the stability of the world in democratic values and principles. Less than half of Americans say they have trust in the military. Lisa Taylor has details. A new survey by the Ronald Reagan presidential foundation and institute revealed only 48% of Americans say they have a great deal of trust in the institution, not far from last year's 45% number that's gone down dramatically in recent years, about 70% said they trusted in the military in 2018. I only said Taylor the father of JonBenét Ramsey is asking Colorado's governor to do the right thing, and allow private DNA testing of evidence in his daughter's murder. John Ramsey wrote a letter to governor Jared polis in October that was published online this week by Fox News. Ramsay told the governor he'd like a face to face meeting to discuss possible intervention in the investigation into his daughter's death, Ramsay also feels a private lab would have a better chance of matching any available DNA in finding his daughter's killer. The governor's office acknowledged yesterday that it had received the letter, John Renee Ramsay was 6 years old when she was found dead in her family home in boulder in 1996. I'm Tammy trejo. Kanye West is praising Adolf Hitler. You can't say out loud that this person ever did anything good and I'm done with that. I'm done with the classifications every human being has something of value that they brought to the table. Especially Hitler. Speaking on Alex Jones show InfoWars, west says he sees good things about Hitler and added the Nazi leader and then at highways and the microphone he uses as a musician. The city of Yuval, Texas is filing a lawsuit against its own district attorney over access to information regarding the rob elementary school shooting. The lawsuit accuses DA Christina busby of blocking the city's ability to obtain critical information about the response by law enforcement to the shooting on May 24th. According to the lawsuit, busby has significantly restricted an independent investigation into the shooting by not making evidence available, busby has claimed that releasing the requested information could potentially traumatize the victim's families. Indiana Jones is back, a trailer is finally being released for the 5th installment of the film series along with an official title. The trailer for Indiana Jones and the dial of destiny shows indie being sucked into another adventure against villains played by Mads Mikkelsen and Antonio Banderas. Phoebe Waller-Bridge will play the role of Indy's goddaughter. The movie will likely be the last for 80 year old Harrison Ford, as well as 90 year old composer John Williams, who wrote music for Indiana Jones, Star Wars Harry Potter and many more. The New Year's Eve wishing wall is now open in Times Square. You can post your hopes and dreams for 2023 on small pieces of paper from now until December 29th. The paper will then be turned into confetti, which will rain down on Times Square when the ball drops. The wall will be open every day until the end of the month. I'm Tammy trejo. And I'm Doug prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. We're seeing a bit of anxiety in markets ahead of the U.S. employment report, the November data will be released in less than 11 hours earlier on Bloomberg daybreak Asia co host Brian Curtis spoke with Steve blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard. Powell said his speech yesterday, I think he had a pretty good inkling that this number was going to come in below a 100,000. So I think that the idea that it's going to be a much higher number, like what we've seen 300,000, which, by the way, at this point in the cycle, is very unusual. And a 150,000 is actually still a pretty strong number at this point. But they're hell bent on going to 50 and slowing equals easing as far as the market is concerned. But I think we should say that the 49 reading we got on the PMI, it's obviously in contraction mode. However, it's not at the levels that you normally see when you get recession, which is more like 45 or so. So we can still have some heart at least for the moment. There are many more numbers out there that say that the economy is beginning to reaccelerate and say that the level of activities continue continuing to decelerate. And a lot of that deceleration that we've seen has nothing to do with the fed. It has to the fact that the economy grew at 7% last year. It wasn't going to do that again this year. And so there was a natural deceleration to 2%. That is chief U.S. economist Steve blitz speaking earlier with Bloomberg's Brian Curtis. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg, we're seeing weakness in an EK down 1.9% hang seng as weaker by half of 1%, Shanghai composite down two tenths of 1% in Seoul the Cosby is off 1.2%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, this is Bloomberg

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Fresh update on "christina" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "christina" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"8 46 in the city of uvalde, Texas is accusing the local district attorney of impeding its investigation into the police response to the mass shooting at rob elementary. City officials in Yuval di Texas say district attorney Christina Mitchell has blocked information its internal affairs investigators need regarding the police response to the school shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead the city filed suit against Mitchell hoping a judge will force her. She claims the information is sealed to assist her investigation. State senator Roland Gutierrez recently took exception with her after she sealed the autopsy results. Those families by law are entitled to those records. Chris Fox for CBS News, Austin. Today, D.C.'s mayor muriel Bowser and council chair Phil mendelson introduced a measure that would create a new stabilization and reform board to oversee D.C.'s housing authority. The 8 member board would replace the DCA board of commissioners and work to address the findings outlined in a recent report from the U.S. Department of Housing and urban development that report found that failed to provide decent safe and sanitary housing and violated federal requirements. The D.C. council is likely to vote on the measure Tuesday. Now, to stories we're following on WTO, a win for the Justice Department this evening in connection with those documents, the FBI seized at Donald Trump's home. The U.S. Senate has approved a measure that would avert a nationwide railroad

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Trump and His Republicans Are Already Claiming Vote Fraud

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump and His Republicans Are Already Claiming Vote Fraud

"By midday someone said Trump had already tweeted 6 times about vote fraud. I mean, he's just such a cancer on our country, you know? In 2020, wasn't there a district near a Detroit where like the whole building shut down? Yeah. Like 9 hours or something like that, it's like, yeah. Christina bob, I'm not sure if that's who she is. This is the Trump lawyer. I expect to know who won by the middle of the night. Maybe very, very early Wednesday morning. If we don't, and if Democrats try to extend the vote, I think they're going to have a very, very hard time doing it with any level of credibility. In 2020, they were able to do it because they claimed COVID and they had this excuse which we all know was baloney because they had to go find more ballots and do all of their ballot harvesting. I think, oh my God, this is what there are plan always has been. Is this red mirage? Like, what did he say extend the voting? It's not extending the voting. It's counting all the votes, which Republican legislature has ruled. They can't count until election day. Correct. The Republican legislature ruled that. Right. I love it. It's going to happen like 12 o'clock. What a debt.

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Judge throws out lawsuit alleging election violations in Detroit

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge throws out lawsuit alleging election violations in Detroit

"A GOP claim of election law violations in Detroit has been thrown out of court I Norman hall A lawsuit by a Republican candidate to challenge voting by absentee ballots in Detroit has been dismissed GOP Secretary of State candidate Christina karamo and others filed a suit 13 days before election day a judge in Wayne county says karamo on the other plaintiffs failed to produce any evidence of violations The suit made a variety of allegations about how Detroit reviews signatures on absentee ballots and monitors drop off boxes It also alleged that the city was using what were claimed to be uncertified high-speed ballot tabulators judge Tim Kenney says the plaintiffs failure to make a case was dramatic

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Zupic Pacini, Christina T And Columbus discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Zupic Pacini, Christina T And Columbus discussed on AP News Radio

"Italian Americans celebrate Columbus day at the annual parade in New York City The sites and sounds of Italy on display along Fifth Avenue green white and red flag spline People cheering bands playing endowed those zupic pacini marching Tremendous mojo on a beautiful sunny day New York or Christina T says it's her first time attending the parade But people are really friendly Meanwhile elsewhere like at Columbia University indigenous peoples day was celebrated honoring the past present and future of native peoples throughout the U.S. Julie Walker New York

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Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day at the annual parade through New York

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day at the annual parade through New York

"Italian Americans celebrate Columbus day at the annual parade in New York City The sites and sounds of Italy on display along Fifth Avenue green white and red flag spline People cheering bands playing endowed those zupic pacini marching Tremendous mojo on a beautiful sunny day New York or Christina T says it's her first time attending the parade But people are really friendly Meanwhile elsewhere like at Columbia University indigenous peoples day was celebrated honoring the past present and future of native peoples throughout the U.S. Julie Walker New York

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Is Madonna Gay Again?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | Last month

Is Madonna Gay Again?

"Madonna appears to have declared herself gay. We think. TMZ's got this story that Madonna put up a TikTok video. Yesterday, that's got a lot of people wondering, it's a video that shows her throwing some panties at a trash can with the captain captioned if I miss, I'm gay. If I wrote that, they would just annihilate me. If I miss them get so she throws the pennies and the pennies fall very short of the bin and the camera cuts back to Madonna and she shrugs and walks away. They think this is pretty big news. TMZ thinks this is big news, assuming she's actually making some here. On the face of it, it looks like she might be coming out as a lesbian. That's what TMZ staff says or at the very least bisexual, but it's hard to say for sure. She's been into women, she's made public comments about that. She's even done things physically to show us she's like that. She's locked lips with Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera. But TMZ wrote this up and I want to ask Harvey Levin. Will you not around in the 90s? Have you forgotten a fling with the Miami nightclub owner Ingrid casares, the little hot Cuban girl? That was news everywhere. She wasn't hiding it. Or the fact that she had an affair with Sandra bernhardt? Of course, McDonald likes girls. Of course she's seen the world from both sides. What's happening with TMZ? What a slow news day. You think Madonna is gay? Yes, of course she is. I mean, that totally,

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The Final Results, or Lack Thereof, of the Brazilian Election

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | 2 months ago

The Final Results, or Lack Thereof, of the Brazilian Election

"I'd like to talk about the result or perhaps I should say lack of a final result in the Brazilian election. An election interestingly enough that bears real similarities with things going on in the United States. First of all, right before the election, the polls show that Lula da Silva, who is the left wing socialist candidate, was leading and was leading decisively. He had over 50% of the vote, Bolsonaro, who is the incumbent jeri Bolsonaro, was way behind with something like 36 or 37%. So this looked like it was going to be like a blowout election. And the left was kind of salivating over this because oh yeah, Bolsonaro is another Trump, he's an authoritarian. He's disgraced, Brazil on the world stage. He's expressed doubts about the COVID vaccine and so on. The results of the election come in and it's basically a tie. Now it's disturbing that it is a tie because this Lula da Silva is bad news. Not only leftist, but this is sometimes a redundant phrase corrupt, deeply corrupt, and in fact serves sometime I believe in prison for corruption scandals that Lula da Silva was in fact the prime minister earlier and was mired in corruption scandals. So in any event, not only does Bolsonaro tie, which means there's going to be a runoff election, and that alone came as a surprise to the media to the left. But a bunch of the Bolsonaro candidates, people who had been demonized by the media, also won their races. Strengthening, if you will, the conservative hold on the parliament. And so you have here one of the left wing activists is quoted in The Guardian, guardian is a good source for how the left is thinking. Maria Christina Fernández a political commentator in Brazil, she goes bowl scenario. He's becoming a political project with a beginning and middle and an end. The degree of conservatism, they have managed to insert into the Congress as something permanent and will take a very long time to reverse. So

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Politico Launches Attack on Gov. DeSantis Amid Hurricane Ian Response

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Politico Launches Attack on Gov. DeSantis Amid Hurricane Ian Response

"You look at Politico Politico started this morning Going after Ron DeSantis Again this is what I mean These are the most irresponsible Useless sights And as they say it right scoop Politico already trying to use hurricane Ian to hurt governor desantis but ends up with egg on its face It put out this today released an article taking a dig at desantis claiming he never faced a hurricane calling that his toughest challenge today Governor desantis spent his first turn being one of the most influenced Republicans in the country but he still has to face one of the toughest challenges of Florida leader can encounter A hurricane So his press person wrote back and she is a Tiger She's great Christina Pasha read that tweet again and ask yourself where you went wrong and life to end up doing this kind of journalism And they didn't delete the tweet They made a false claim And they're already trying to claim a frame desantis is doing a poor job They say through Monday descent is held three briefings at the emergency operations center regular venue for governors managing storm responses He is not however put himself out into the public as much as Scott who oversaw statewide responses to four hurricanes during his 8 years as governor Now remember they've been trashing Rick Scott On behalf of Mitch McConnell now for months Now they're trashing desantis by building up Scott

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"christina" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:03 min | 2 months ago

"christina" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"So fire nation, we're back and Christina, you tried to secure outside funding, at least once. And you have some struggles with it, some law school, some challenges. So kind of talk to us about those struggles, share with us. Yeah, so we have now been turned down a 101 times. Wow, it's like the dalmatians. Yes, exactly. Exactly. So I have a very fancy spreadsheet. And one day I'm going to go back to all of those people with my pretty woman moment with my check in hand. And

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"christina" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"christina" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Christina, say what's up to a fire nation ensure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. I fire nation. I'm excited to be here something about me that most people don't know is that I love motorcycles. And my dream dream occupation would be to be a motorcycle racer. Wow, I definitely did not see that coming, so pretty cool share right there. And fire nation as I shared in the intro. We're going to be talking about creative cash flow strategies for bootstrapped entrepreneurs and companies. Let's just dive right into this Christina because this is a really interesting topic. And you share with us the benefits of staying fully bootstrapped in owning all of your own decisions. What does that mean to you? Yeah, so being bootstrapped has most people, including myself sometimes, focuses on the downfalls and things that make it more challenging. But there's a lot of upside. The biggest one being that there's literally zero red tape. I can make decisions for the company that are what I think is best for the company. And I don't have to take into account how it's going to look on a financial statement that quarter. I don't have to think very short term. I can think long term. I can do things that I want to do, frankly. And I don't have to get permission from people, which is really great. Fire nation zero red tape. And if you've ever had to deal with red tape, getting things up the ladder, running it up that flag pole, and then having it come all the way back down, you know what a pain in the booty that can be. And then thinking long term, I mean, one thing that I definitely know anybody that invests in stock markets, you get really frustrated because all these companies have to think

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Kentucky school shooter seeks parole in high-stakes hearing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Kentucky school shooter seeks parole in high-stakes hearing

"A Kentucky man who opened fire on fellow high school students 25 years ago killing three will go before the state parole board today to ask to be freed Michael carneal was 14 when in December 1997 he fired a stolen pistol at a before school prayer group in the lobby of his high school near paducah Kentucky he killed three girls ages 14 15 and 17 and wounded 5 other students Christina Hadley L good the sister of victim Nicole Hadley testified yesterday I believe that Michael knew what he was doing the day of the shooting He brought 5 guns with him enough ammo to shoot everyone in the school twice in a three pairs of earplugs Carneal is now 39 I'm Donna wooder

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Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

07:24 min | 2 months ago

Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded

"If you want the news, where do you go, Chris? Where'd he go, Travis? America's news, man. Ali belty. That's right. And here he is again. Good morning, Ali velshi. Good morning to you, my friend. It is great to see you again on this Friday morning. It's a Friday's always a great long day for me. And this is my, you know, this is getting my blood flowing in the morning stretches. Yeah, yeah. Right. This is your stretch for your weekend. And I have my your pillow. Yes. If my pillow, not anything relevant about my pillow, I just thought I'd bring my pillow. You know, I was going to read this tweet to you because this is where we find ourselves. You having to be a news reporter in this day and age. Patrick tweets, a pillow magnate, just had his phone seized by the FBI at a hardee's in connection to a fired reality TV host trying to steal The White House and I'm begging the writers of America season 246 to please stop drinking for even one day. Do you not feel like that when you're just like, who else was it? Oh, somebody, oh, Don said, it seems almost written that Trump will be picked up at a McDonald's. Who was the other guy in a clown wig at dairy? And dairy Queen. The guy that said Trump is going to be reinstated. But that's real. That's real. Ally. Where do we find ourselves at this juncture? The problem is, and as I've traveled around the world, it's all like this, right? It's all stuff that you could discount as not sufficient to make a movie plot. The type of lawyers Trump surrounded him with the four seasons landscaping thing after the election. It's all the Christina bob as his lawyer. It's all like that except two problems are occurring. One is they actually did real damage and continue to do real damage. They actually ruined real people's lives. So aside from people who were killed on January 6th, a lot of people were duped who are now going to jail. And Donald Trump continues to phone in to their rallies and things like that and encouraged. Not a bit of remorse. If I ever did anything that caused another human to spend a night in detention, I would be racked with remorse forever. But number three, which is the most important is that everybody looks at that stupid clown car and says, you know, they weren't going to succeed at this, which is not entirely true, right? But for Mike Pence making a decision at the last minute, our democracy could have been fully imperiled. There are a whole lot of smarter people out there who aren't part of the clown car. Who aren't Rudy Giuliani who want to buy who aren't, you know, all these lawyers that he's got who are looking at this thinking, um, I can figure out a way to get this right so that isn't a pillow guy and a McDonald's and all of this kind of stuff. That's actually what I worry about. The too many people look at this ridiculousness and write it off as, wow, that was stupid and ridiculous. But we didn't really Dodge a bullet. We actually really did Dodge a bullet and we better be careful because the guns got more in them. Yeah, this has caused one of America's premier newsman Ali velshi to bring an actual prop on a morning radio show. You actually brought a pillow because if I want to be really good, I'd have a pillow and a phone because the pillow magnet had his phone set. That's right. Now, you're going to cover that this weekend about by the way, it is not easy to see someone's phone, right? I mean, there have been a number of phones. Tell us about how you're covering that this weekend. Well, so I want to try to make sense of it, right? Because of the January 6th committee, there's the Department of Justice investigation in which Merrick Garland seems to have woken up to the idea that despite the possible damage and martyrdom of Donald Trump, if he's indicted for anything, the Department of Justice has to take this seriously and in a timely manner. So the DoJ has seized a bunch of phones. They put out a bunch of subpoenas. Now keep in mind, we got, we got Boris Epstein. He had his phone taken. And Mike Roman, who was a campaign strategist for Trump had a phone taken. The pillow man had his Jeffrey Clark had his phone taken back in June, Dan scavino, the social media director, had his and Bernie kerik. Former commissioner of the New York police, who was working with Rudy Giuliani in overturning the election, had his phone taken. It is very hard to take somebody's phone, by the way. The Department of Justice can't do it as a fishing expedition like Donald Trump likes to say. You can't take a phone for purely investigative investigatory purposes. You have to have probable cause of a crime and convince someone that you do. There's a high bar to getting someone's phone. Now, my confusion is that when it comes to pillow guy and guys like that, I feel like they've said all the quiet parts out loud on either fox or whatever crazy outlook will have them. So I'm curious as to what could possibly be on their phone, but they haven't already said they're being sued by dominion voting. They're being sued by all sorts of people. So I don't know, but I will say this that between the January 6th committee and the Department of Justice, they've all been very deliberative, more deliberative than many of your listeners are my viewers would like them to be. We took them to move faster in some cases. They've been very deliberative. So if they're getting the stuff, one of two things is happening. They know there's valuable information on those phones or it's information they already know and they are now calling these guys in or looking at their phones to say, we already know this. We just need further corroboration before we place charges or things like that. So those two things are happening and I don't know which. Right. So this special master ruling, we just talked to Glenn kirschner about it. I mean, it's just, it's getting harder and harder to sort of cover, first of all, I don't even know how you keep track of all of these stories of lawbreaking, and which crimes are being investigated by who. But you know, I mean, I guess Trump has succeeded once again in at least delaying. Yes, that's exactly what it is because the special master has to get through the documents now by November 30th. Which, you know, the Trump people had wanted three months. The Department of Justice and wanted less. November 30th, the one, the one thing about that, and I guess the Department of Justice doesn't care to get politics involved in this, but there's a sort of political thing happening between now and November 30th and it's November 8th, right? It's the actual midterm elections in which it does seem that some Republicans and conservatives are disgruntled by the degree of criminality that seems to surround the former Trump administration and Trump today. And so that's the frustration that why November 30. This is just a delay tactic. There may or may not be some documents that were seized that were inappropriate, but generally speaking, the FBI and what's called its filter team do a relatively good job of this. So this is just going to be a way to do what Donald Trump has always done. One day, perhaps Donald Trump will face the music. Yeah. He's very, very, very good at delay, and that's what the special master essentially. Yeah. Speaking of politics, our Republicans trying to lose the midterms. Let's talk about the Lindsey Graham's proposed. Right? That's exactly right. And now this stunt was desantis and Abbott, you know, illegally flying migrants in some cruel prank. So it's cruel. It's cruel and the cruelty seems to be the point. I'm not sure that moves the needle politically all that much other than gets Democrats who were thinking of not voting. To vote. But I think abortion may have done that anyway. So I think you're seeing a lot of energy amongst Democrats, which you wouldn't have seen in the midterm typically. But the Lindsey Graham thing just weird, right? The

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WATCH:  Man attempts to shoot Argentina's vice president

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

WATCH: Man attempts to shoot Argentina's vice president

"Argentine vice president Christina Fernández appeared on Friday for the first time since the apparent assassination attempt she suffered at the night before Walking out of her residence for nemesis greeted by cheering supporters thousands more were at the Plaza de Mayo square in Buenos Aires where union leaders politicians human rights advocates and cultural icons had gathered the country's political leaders have quickly condemned the attempted shooting as an assault on democracy and the rule of law with president Alberto Fernández holding a late night national broadcast to tell argentines just how close the vice president came to being killed I'm Charles De

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Argentina’s Vice President Unharmed After Assassination Attempt

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Argentina’s Vice President Unharmed After Assassination Attempt

"A man has tried to shoot Argentina's politically powerful vice president Christina Fernández outside her home but the handgun misfired Authorities say the man was quickly overpowered by her security officers in the incident on Thursday president Alberto Fernández who's not related to the vice president a former president herself saying the pistol did not discharge when the man tried to fire it Gino de bay a witness who was at the incident told The Associated Press she had heard the sound of the trigger being pulled adding she hadn't realized it was a handgun until

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Hal Sparks Explains the Trump Team's Sneaky Omission

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Hal Sparks Explains the Trump Team's Sneaky Omission

"Two lawyers for Trump likely to become witnesses or targets. Now into the investigation and the classified documents. They have because they claimed all sensitive materials have been returned. Legal specialists said they are potentially witnesses if not defendants. So this would be Christina bob and who's the other one. Corcoran is in her co counsel, doctor farrier, or doctor. So bob. It's off our miss bob. Is that who you are, what you do. Hey. Said based on the information that has been provided to me, all documents response to the Sabina were being returned after a diligent search so they found twice as many as we said documents after that. So is she going to, what's going to happen? Is she going to throw him under the bus or is she going to take the ball? Like I said, I think that's cash Patel because it was the custodian who signed it. I think they're all going to hide behind at the best of my knowledge. The problem that they have, according to the 60 days of footage that the government got from the security cameras, which I guess nobody thought to check before they handed it over. It shows that they removed boxes from the room from the storage room, either they or someone told the government that this happened. Someone within Trump's circle that they removed boxes, then did the diligent search of the boxes in the room, then put the boxes back in, then signed a piece of paper saying, I did a diligent search of the boxes in the room and no top secret stuff was in there. So they took out the boxes they knew contained stuff, you know, that they didn't want to return. And they searched boxes they knew were basically empty. And then lied to the government through omission by saying we searched all the boxes in the room without admitting that they had removed boxes from the room before the search. There you go. Very clever.

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413 Redacted Lies: Jack Posobiec Breaks Down the Affidavit

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

413 Redacted Lies: Jack Posobiec Breaks Down the Affidavit

"In for Charlie Kirk. We are breaking down this affidavit with the 413 redacted lies where he and kassam and techno fog both have their analysis up at sub stack. And both of them are stating that they believe that it raises if they were confiscating the Russia Gates evidence. Here's the problem with this though, or at least for the DoJ, they are where the FBI is concerned. It doesn't seem like they recovered the documents that they were actually looking for. If they were, in fact, after the Russia gate documents, we're not seeing evidence that that's what they would found because they're certainly not acting as if that's what they found. They're an acting as if it was this grave matter of national security. They're acting as if they don't want people to know what's going on because I spoke with Christina bob and folks know that Christina and I used to work together one American news who paid it's not something big secret. Okay. And she told me that the FBI was trying to get them to keep it quiet. They didn't want the videos released. They wanted the cameras off. They didn't want anything going on. And now when you see this information, you see the fact that they talk about cash Patel that they talk about human control systems, HCS, they talk about Pfizer details. They specifically talk about the Pfizer corp, buys a warrant derived information. Well, what Pfizer warrant derived information could the president have? It got a lot, okay? They're Pfizer investigations going on every single day in the United States. That's what your FBI is doing, by the way. But which documents under the fisa case or under a fisa case would be so important that president Trump could take them to bring them with him all the way down to Mar-a-Lago.

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Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) Reacts to the Mar-a-Lago Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) Reacts to the Mar-a-Lago Raid

"North, your new book, I'm on it, launches today. You've got to get it. It's the giant awakes. It's about this FBI tough guy, one of the good FBI agents, Jake Cruz. It's a classic classic thriller. But I have to ask you, given what we've witnessed in the last ten days in America, and I love I've worked closely with the FBI for years. Some of the best guys there are former marines, lots of marines in the bureau, but how do you react to the events at Mar-a-Lago? Are you as horrified as I am? Oh, absolutely. I mean, it's unprecedented. I know that this afternoon they released some redacted portions of the so called affidavit that led to the raid, I very quickly let students before we sat down. I don't see anything in it that justified what took place. What I believe is about to happen said, is it probably right after the beginning of the final phase of the campaign for 2022. You're going to have a press conference held by the attorney general and probably the director of the FBI that announces that in the documents that they seized, they found evidence of a crime and the crime was remember, this was a fishing expedition. This wasn't going after a specific document. Here's what's kind of like the old days with a special prosecutor. I know, give us the man. This is right out of the communist doctrine. Give us the man. We'll find a crime.

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Big Tech Censorship With Alex Berenson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 3 months ago

Big Tech Censorship With Alex Berenson

"Going to read something to you that is truly shocking. It's an internal document, a communication on something called the slack platform from inside Twitter. And it's real and it's about a journalist. And it is about The White House wanting to take action against the journalist. They quote, they, The White House, wants to know about Alex berenson and the Slavic COVID adviser, suggested that they have seen data that he was the epicenter of disinformation towards the persuadable public. That description of what was going on inside of Twitter is chilling. And we are delighted to have with us the man who won his fight, at least one this battle against the censorious owners of Twitter, mister Alex berenson investigative journalist par excellence, welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me, Seth. All right, so I know you won a settlement, the courts served you well. But tell us what happened to you and your Twitter account and what you found out had been done with the collusion of The White House. Sure. So I will just say quickly before I go into the full story, that isn't actually the worst communication that we found so far. Go ahead. The worst one is another discussion on a Twitter slack channel against slack is something that employees at big companies use to talk to each other internally. Where they again reference this meeting that they had at The White House in April 2021. And in the language, I don't have the communication directly in front of me, but it almost says verbatim, they wanted to know why Alex berenson had been kicked. Oh, oh, oh, I'm sorry. That's the other part of the article that I highlighted. Okay, hang on. Let me give you the words right here because he's working off memory. Then this is the report of the discussion with The White House. They had one really tough question about why Alex berenson hasn't been kicked off the platform that Twitter employee wrote. Yes. Yes. And I expect I'm going to have more to report in the near future. And I expect that as soon as this practical, I'm going to be suing The White House and Andy slavitt,

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Trump's Attorney Christina Bobb Describes Tension During the FBI Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:21 min | 3 months ago

Trump's Attorney Christina Bobb Describes Tension During the FBI Raid

"You are very professional, very diplomatic. However, from another source, I have heard that it got rather, let me say this heated, the behavior of the FBI was less than respectful to the office of the person whose home they were raiding. Did it get somewhat tense that day? Yeah. Yeah, it did. Initially, when I first got there, of course, I was heated. I was somewhat aggressive demanding to see the warrant and wanting an explanation for why they were there. They responded in like kind. And so yes, initially it was very heated. Neither of us wanted to create anything worse than what we were already experiencing. So it didn't get further than colorful exchange of words and kind of posturing and it only lasted for a minute or two with the FBI. It quickly calmed down and everything was fine. You know, the Department of Justice, the assistant U.S. attorney on site that I spoke to. It's the same type of thing. We were both kind of posturing trying to hold our ground and keep as much ground as we could in the situation. The AUSA made sure that I knew they had every right to do whatever they were doing. And that's all. Switching off cameras, not giving badge numbers, absolutely outrageous. That is the FBI's behavior.

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Sebastian Talks to President Trump's Attorney Christina Bobb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Sebastian Talks to President Trump's Attorney Christina Bobb

"An eyewitness to what happened at Mar-a-Lago last week. She is an attorney to my former boss president Trump, Christina bob. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. All right, so let's do a sanity check. You're gonna be our verification. This is a former FBI agent called Stuart Kaplan, who gives us his understanding of what happened at Mar-a-Lago, cut 8 play cut. We know through her own statements, she was restricted and kept out if Christina bob was allowed to come in, she would have said, hey, guys, what are you looking for? Let me make your life a lot easier. Here are the documents here in the boxes. Be on your way and leave. I can only conclude one thing, Dan. The fact that they would prevent a council or a lawyer or the target of a search warrant to be prevented from watching just as a bird's eye view and keep in mind, I understand officer safety. We don't want to let anybody impede or obstruct the search. But it would always be one reason. And that stand because they came in there, not really knowing what the hell they were looking for. It was a fishing expedition. They went through everything. They rifled through everything and they were hoping they were going to find some smoking gun. No, I don't know if you're like a triple quadruple black belt in ninjutsu, maybe you're a super dangerous person to 300 pound FBI agents in ceramic plated bulletproof vests. But what actually happened? Is that true were you kept out of the building? How did the raid go down? Give us a blow by blow, please, Christina, as eyewitness. Yeah, he was exactly right. I arrived on scene after I got a phone call that the FBI was braiding Mar-a-Lago, and I needed to respond so I got down there about ten 30. They had been there for a while, so I'm guessing they got their maybe 9 o'clock, probably no earlier than 8 o'clock in the morning. And I reached out to the FBI agents in charge there and I said, you know, I want to see a warrant. They pushed back. They originally didn't even want to let me see the warrant. We fought for I got to stop you here. I'm no lawyer. I'm no longer, but even if you're going into a crack house, my understanding and correct, I know I'm an immigrant. I only became an American citizen in 2012. My understanding is you must show the front page of a warrant to the person whose property you are rating. Am I wrong on that? Right. That's my understanding as well. And of course, I made that argument loud and clear

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Allison Gill on the Danger of Unsealing Trump's Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Allison Gill on the Danger of Unsealing Trump's Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

"We are what is this? Oh, 10 o'clock our time Pacific, right? Federal magistrate judge Bruce Reinhart said that as a hearing over whether to unseal Trump's Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit, what are your, first of all, this never happens. This shouldn't happen. They're trying to find out who the witnesses are and what's going on so that they can F this investigation, right? I mean, what do you think's going to happen? Absolutely. A 100%. Otherwise, Donald wouldn't be calling for his own civil rights to be violated. By releasing this affidavit, we usually do that after we charge somebody because constitutionally, everyone has a right to defend themselves against their accuser, and if they're not charged, then that right has been taken away. So that's why Mueller didn't call obstruction of justice because he couldn't indict the former president. And didn't want to run afoul of constitution and the accused rights, which are very important. But I think that the coolest thing about this is that they're not going to unseal this affidavit. And Christina bob had both receipts of the things she was calling to have released. She signed him herself. And so now they're going to be like, no, you can't. I think the judge is going to say no. You can't have this affidavit, and the most interesting thing in the DoJ filing against releasing this affidavit is they said, not only will this wreck this investigation and violate Donald's criminal rights, but it could chill some of our high profile witnesses against testifying in other high profile cases. Of course. And I think they're talking about philbin cipollone, testifying in the January 6th case. Which so in one filing and one fell swoop, the DoJ confirmed they're doing an ongoing criminal investigation into the missing documents and an ongoing criminal investigation into Donald Trump about for the January 6th stuff.

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"christina" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show

The Ed Mylett Show

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"christina" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show

"So emotionally about what you're talking about and watching you be emotional. The next second they're laughing, and then they're back to this other moment. So just a little bit, give them the gift I want them to see the special, but now they have a pretty good sense of what you went through as a child. I mean, they have 1% of it. You have a pretty good sense you've turned this around, which we'll talk about in a little bit too, and where your life is now in the lessons you've learned, but let's go there just for a second. Oh, that moment? Tell them what happens. Oh my God. So I fell down the stairs, getting to my kid two in the morning. I just come back off the road. I was so tired. I was sleepwalking. My baby's crying. And as a mom, you know, you're just like, I think it's my baby. Anyway, I fell down the stairs. Broke my ankle in four places. And I didn't even know it at the time. I thought I could just get up, so I called my husband. I was like, babe, get over here, help me. And he's like, oh, you can't get up. You're broken, homie. So I get into the ambulance. To put fentanyl, you know all these drugs, they straighten me out. But before they straighten my leg out, they give me ketamine. I've ever done it. It's pretty amazing. You've done the therapeutic kind. Yes. I want to do that. Because what they did is they give you enough to dissociate you so that you don't remember it. And apparently it's a terrifying amount that they gave me. Because that's what they're like. Usually people are screaming. When they give this to you, but Christina, you were sitting there smiling the whole time. So anyway, so to give you a ketamine and I have this wild trip, basically. And the crazy part is, is that happens in real life?

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"christina" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"christina" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Is my childhood was wacky. Like, we'll put it this way. Growing up, I couldn't understand, I couldn't understand those people who lived at home in their 20s. You know, like, dude, I wanted out at 6, bro I was like, where's my letter to Hogwarts? Get me the fuck out of this. You know, I would have rather lived with those bitches from the facts of life. And get scissored by that lesbo Joe and I'm a joke. You guys know Joe is a lesbo, right? Yeah. 'cause she had a ponytail. And she was a mechanic. No, I hated my mom. I hated her so much. She was, oh, it's just a borderline and schizophrenic, which wouldn't have been so bad, but she was mean. I mean, even bin Laden would be like, oh, this bitch is evil. I'll give you an example. When I was 5 years old, I was singing in the kitchen, singing. And she goes, oh, Christopher. You should never sing. I know, and people today are like, Christina, is it hard being a woman in comedy? I'm like, no, dude, I was raised by Simon Cowell. Shit, don't faze me, bro when I was 12 when I was 12 years old, she stole my identity and bought fur coats. Fur coats. I'm from Los Angeles. It is 85° Christmas Day. Forget it. Here's the thing. I forgiven her and lately we've been getting along so well. In 2015, she died. Yeah. And now I wear fur coats to get fro yo. It's a win win. God, she was so angry. You ever know somebody that could get angry at absolutely anything? Yes, like a retail worker would be like, have a nice day. You have a nice fucking day. With my mother. You know, 'cause her first language was Hungarian. She couldn't pronounce certain words in English. And you ever hate somebody so much, you don't correct their English for like 40 years. Dude, I would let her say things wrong all the time. She couldn't say the word aluminum foil. She would call it. I lost. I'd be like, yeah, dude, pass me the aloe folio. You know, rap action. Wrap that chicken and I'll do foil a bitch. Come on, let's go. There was cold outside. She would say, it's very crispy outside. I'd be like, yeah, dude, crispy, crunchy, like a potato chip. You got this? Go say that at your job and review. Go ahead. Watch Christina P mom jeans, only on Netflix..

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"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"To me. I think that there's certainly like a foodie type of a person who might completely avoid anything with this sort of like brand recognition, but I think that, you know, especially, I don't know Gordon at all, but I like love him. Yeah. He seems remarkable. He seems awesome. He's huge. Fan of his. I think he seems awesome. He's so humble and gracious and ungodly funny and such a family man. I mean, he's nailed my ass to the wall a few times and it's terrifying and I showered and I took a picture of my face. Honestly, and I was like, don't ever make that mistake again and not go with. I haven't. He is absolutely incredible. Very appealing. Very appealing person. And I feel like I totally get why somebody would want to have the experience, especially with food because it is that sort of like 4D experience of getting a chance to eat what you're watching. That's kind of beautiful, right? And so it makes a lot of sense to me. That this is the goal. But I think I didn't even let you answer the question of where you're trying to expand city centers or airports. And things like that. It feels like it's like centers. Who can you get this in front of the most, as opposed to like, you know, something else where it's like, the hardest place to get to in town because it's like the most underground, but this is the opposite. This is like, where can we get the most people in the door? Yeah. I think people I think people and they want it because Gordon keeps everything well under wraps. But a big thing for him is looking at areas that have really talented local chefs, but have nothing else in the area to amplify what's happening there. So one of the biggest reasons we ended up in North Carolina, North Carolina is because he did an episode of uncharted in Asheville, which is about an hour. We find Asheville and drive an hour to Cherokee. He was in Asheville, and he just thought that the local food scene was incredible. There was a fuller super talented chefs, a few of the restaurants there made Bon Appetit's top 50, probably after we signed the contract a couple of years ago. And he just thought, well, if I can get a restaurant close enough, I know that I'll bring national media attention. And then it lets me talk about what's happening in Nashville. And this I'll tear up. People don't realize that, yes, he is this massive household name, but he was grassroot. I mean, he came up from the bottom up, like he's in the U.S.. We have a different perception of Gordon because we know him through TV. But he is arguably the most talented and decorated chef of our lifetime. He's got three Michelin stars at his flagship in Chelsea. That he's held for the last 21 years, like the longest running British chef to do. I mean, he's got so many accolades in the UK and Europe that we don't even recognize because we know him as a TV chef. But the things that he does for cities. Same thing in Baltimore. There's a bunch of smaller brands that have the potential to be a national brand. And he's very much in the mindset that if we can go in there and just bring a little attention to the area, it's going to help these chefs, not just his name will carry what it carries, but and even when we bring chefs in to run the restaurants, he's always trying to amplify or highlight their portfolio and give them a bit of a remarkable how, again, how humble and gracious he is. But he doesn't he want to talk about that interview. Why would he? Because then it's like you're doing this work for what the patent on the back. But it is important to him. And it's important to him that we get local chefs too. He's like, we got these people a chance to either move up in our company or use this as a platform to go on and do bigger and better things. So yeah, he's fantastic. And I hope you do get a chance to spend some time with them at some point because oh my God, me too. Yeah, you'll lose so fantastic. I think it's really interesting to me because again, if the prize is like, and you get a job, I think that feels nebulous from the outside because, I mean, I guess there's also true on the apprentice, but it's like, and then what is that job? I think that's a fake. I think that was a fake job. You know, like I don't think that was a real job. I think that one would have to have skills to be able to anyway, but what you're describing, I mean, it's reminding me a lot of RuPaul. And not that rude. I get the parallel. Yeah. Yeah, not that ruse without, you know, everybody's just a person at the end of the day and so has like there are ups and downs and they're thing that they're decorated for that doesn't get recognition because now they're this kind of, you know, like that makes sense to me, but I think the thing that is just undeniably true. A couple of years ago, I got invited to go to the to DragCon, which is like the roof all branded convention where the folks that are there are drag race performers and it's like at the huge convention center in LA. And it was just wild. I mean, the lines to meet these folks and just thinking about how many different people got that type of a job, that type of that type of visibility and ability to tour and make music, like the zillion things that each of those individual performers now does because of that touchstone..

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"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Men. What the fuck? And they all live. I'm telling you. I don't know. I hate this. Okay. Number one. I could talk to you about the forever, and maybe we will come back to it. But I want to ask you some other questions. I want to jump into another thing that I was curious about when you were talking, which is, and maybe we'll talk about your experience on the show in a minute. But I'm very interested in the fact that you went from working in kitchens to on the show to then working for Gordon at actual restaurants. And that to me is like, what? That just feels wild to an atypical, right? Nobody else is like, he's not like, no. This is you that this happened too. Achieved this, not like this is not what's happening for everybody. Yeah, not to take anything away from the grit and hard work and what I've done. But the stars really did align from that Tuesday night that Lisa and Debbie came in until where it really lined up for me was that I got cast for season ten and not season 9. So the whole prize of the show really is that you win a job. At the end you win a job, you want a little bit of a cash prize and you get your picture on the wall and that's it. Season 9, the winner went to BLT steak in New York. At that point, excuse me, in 2012, Gordon didn't have any or we filmed in 2011. Gordon didn't have any U.S. restaurants. So as people were winning, they were going to, you know, maybe colleagues or Friends of Fox or for whatever reason they went where they went. Where I got very fortunate is that the prize for season ten was Gordon Ramsay steak in Las Vegas. It was his first steakhouse in the U.S. first of now 11 restaurants with Caesar's entertainment first on the strip. And it was his flagship. It was one of the most highly anticipated openings of 2012 out in Vegas. So had I been cast for season 9, I would have gone to BLT stake and could have maybe had a bit of a trajectory within that company where I got very lucky and fortunate is that I ended up in 8 actual Gordon Ramsay restaurant, one that was wildly successful out of the gate, he only had the ones who Gordon was very present in the restaurant. He and I got to continue building our relationship by the end of that first year. We opened ten years ago this month. April May of 2012. By December 2012, Caesar's open two more Gordon restaurants on the strip. We had puppet Caesars and burger at planet Hollywood. So I came in at the right time of the bubble. There was just opportunity after opportunity that was available to the people that were working hard, representing the brand, getting their stuff done and having dynamic personalities, which occasionally I can express. So Gordon and I had a great relationship on the show when I was a contestant and then continued that on as I was looking after steak. Then I went over to burger, did a year there. And that when you say looking after steak, what does that mean? What was the answer? I was the chef. So I ran the past. That's the boss chef. That's the top. I was the number two. I had an exec chef above me, so I report it into him. Okay. But yeah, we did all the menu so it was executive chef chef de cuisine. Is there other executive types? Got it. Okay, got it. Okay. Thank you very much mimics like a military brigade. Got it. Is the point of all how we structure our what is that person do? The chef de cuisine. You write you do the menu changes. You train your team, you run the service, keep the margins. What is the executive chef do? The executive chef does all the approvals for many changes and such, but those people tend to look more after the business side. Where you want to make sure that your profit margins are right, your labor margins are right. Everybody's trained properly. They all answer into a bigger boss. And you have to see the broader picture, how do we stay relevant with trends and push and grow your you always have to have a succession plan. You always want to be training your replacement so that you have room to grow and so today. Chef de cuisine is essentially the person running the kitchen. Yeah, yeah, basically. Okay, yeah. And then the exec typically. And it's different for every business. I mean, we were a $20 million steakhouse. So this was a structure that worked work there and worked for our objectives. So yeah, two years there, went over at burger. And when I was at burger, that was in 2014, they started filming. It was season 15 of hell's kitchen. The young lady who was in my now position and was on screen sous chef where you saw me, the kind of coaching, the red team, she was getting married. So Gordon asked me to during filming. So we couldn't have the in and out. There needed to be continuity. So Gordon asked me to step in and be the sous chef for season 15. For that, I was with him 6 days a week, 18 hours a day, 6 weeks straight, and we just, he got to see how I work. I have now grown by three, four years since he first brought me on. And after that, he said, I want you to join the corporate team. Which I did about 6 months later, and then I started to help grow that portfolio. When I came on, we had four restaurants in the U.S. and we have 11 now or actually 13 now 14. But I helped grow to the 11 that we have in those first couple of years. And with that, it's like kitchen design, menu development, training, going on property and training the head chef that'll run it for the day to day on all the dishes, making sure they understand the standard. Yeah, just opening restaurants. Are you creating the.

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"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Okay. Just from the side of the menu, anything you want. I got no problem. So they make their choices. I cook it. Lisa and Debbie Gantz. So that I go, I drop off the food 'cause there's no servers left. It's just a bartender. I end up chatting with them for a while. And it turns out they have a casting agency up in Long Island called twins talent casting. I mean, two little firecrackers, 5 foot, nothing identical twins at a Long Island. I mean, everything you could picture. So they were, you know, we were getting along and they're like, oh, you should try out for grill it with Bobby Flay. It was at the time there was this show. And I was like, no, no, no, I honestly, I just did a career pivot. So I'm nowhere near that caliber. I would never put myself out there like that. Thank you kindly for asking. And they said, okay, let's keep in touch. For the next, probably 6 years every time they came into Philadelphia, they'd reach out, or were cast in the show, or you interested. They would come and visit me at whatever restaurant was working. I was really, it's like a really nice interaction we had that first go around fast forward about 6 years. I'm working at a restaurant called Lolita in Philadelphia, which is one of the top 50 at the time. It was the chef de cuisine. I had like, I'd come up. I was feeling good. I mean, I was owning owning my role. And they came in and they saw it. And they said, you got to be kidding me. You got to be ready by now. It's an open kitchen. So they were seeing the whole service. And they were casting for hell's kitchen. Season 9 and ten, they came in on a Saturday night. They were casting Saturday and Sunday. It was November. And they're like, you got to come, we're casting tomorrow from, I think it was like ten to 6 or ten to 8 I can't remember at a hotel at the street. And I was off on Sundays. I was off Sunday Monday. And I said, I'm a New York Giants fan, love football, love the Giants. I said the Giants play tomorrow. I think Washington had to lose for the Giants to make the playoffs. There was something and I told him if my team wins, I'll come because I'll be a little buzzed. They'll be in a great mood. My team loses. I'm going to just drink with my boys and have a Sunday fun day with them. And I'll catch you next time in the Giants one. And I showed up for the last couple hours that the audition period and there was two slots left and about 800 people. And again, mind you, I had a few drinks in me. So I was like, can you just get Lisa and Debbie out here? I just want to let them know I'm here and they kind of expedite. They couldn't believe I showed up. Expedited me in the line. And I passed that first audition process and I think I had three more interviews in New York and then two out in LA. And I ended up making the cast for season ten. But honestly, it all goes back to that random Tuesday night that they crossed the street and needed some food. And I was like, yeah, no problem. I got you. I feel like you have to double back. I have so many follow-up questions. Individual follow-up questions. Starting with even just like being a student athlete and I know you said that you like I know you just described it as having too much freedom but then the other side of that and I don't know what your experience was, but I just my my boyfriend when I was early days in college was a student athlete and I just know from in the night some other friends but like really just through the lens of how close I was to him. It's like wild to work a full-time job for the university while also being at the university. So I don't know what yeah, that bit if it was super strict, the freedom that I got drunk on was leaving a small town. My parents were pretty strict and I was like wildly gay and up until that point I had been I've always played sports and I've always played like up in age. So my junior and senior year, I was thinking out in the middle of the night and going to college parties. So nobody in my high school knew what I was already, I'd already basically checked out of high school. So yes, to probably similar to the experience that your previous boyfriend had. When I went as a student athlete to Westchester, we could only have classes, we got priority scheduling, which was awesome. We could only take classes from 8 to two because we worked out 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. and then we had workouts like 3 o'clock onwards. We always had team dinner. If you didn't have a 3.2 or above, you had to go to study hall every night, freshman, which I was. We had mandatory study hall. We had team dinners. I mean, that part of it was super regimented and thankfully I had this built in family as soon as I got on campus where I got a little drunk with freedom was, I don't need to sneak out anymore to go meet my girlfriend. I don't need to, I don't need to drive 30 minutes up to east Strasbourg university just so I don't have to deal with the questions or the mentality of a small town..

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"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"christina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"That my first time on hell's kitchen, I was there as a contestant. Probably not unlike, I know you did an interview with Melissa king who won top chef ages ago and she had I listened to that one and similar experience. I was first on hell's kitchen as a contestant. So I was on the other side of the lens and taking it in a very different way. When I won my season, I got a job at stake, Gordon Ramsay steak, sorry it was his flagship and his first restaurant in Las Vegas. So I went from this kind of on camera job interview in full disclosure. I had never watched the show before I went in. So I had no idea. I had no clue what I had signed up for, which is probably what let me be a little more organic and a little more myself. We don't want to pause you on that then. How did you so not knowing what you signed up for? How did that happen? How did you get into that situation on the show? Yeah, I sometimes contemplate writing like a children's fable about this. And I'm not lying at all. It's a very serendipitous story and I'll give you the short version. I had gone to university to be a teacher. And I went to uni on a basketball scholarship to start kind of lost my mind as a 19 year old with all the freedom, lost my scholarship pretty abruptly. So I had to pay for school. And I wanted to pay cash because I was seeing a lot of people graduate into so much debt. And it just scared scared the crap out of me quite honestly. I hate owing people. So I started working in restaurants. I would if I wasn't working out or in school or I was always I was always doing one of those three things either working out at school or at a job. Sorry, I was a bike messenger in between classes and in all my way to jobs. I was bartending. I was serving food, I was working mostly in front of the house and I was starting to feel interesting. So as I was working in the front of the house, I was realizing that the back of the house team felt so much more at home to me. So I started hanging around and I was asking to pick up food running shifts so I could be more in the kitchen. And I got really lucky one Saturday. There was a very early party at the country club I was working at, everybody had been out partying the night before, a bunch of people called off, the chef was freaking out. And I was like, Marianne, I know the salads. I work here. I can do the salad. Do you want me to give it my shift? Do you want me to help? She was like, oh my God, yes. And immediately fell in love with being in the kitchen. So from there, I started to kind of teeter the ratio of my jobs more into more in the kitchen. So finish up school. Substitute teaching at beige Martin in Philadelphia. And I liked it. I love kids. Kids that aren't mine. I don't have any. By design. But it wasn't like it wasn't, I wasn't alive. I was there, and I was having a good time, and I was engaged in giving my all, but I missed the kitchen so much. I missed the camaraderie. I just missed the family that you get in the back of the house. Sorry, I made the decision to stop pursuing a career in education and to just go back into the kitchen. So I went from living fairly comfortably to making, I think I was at $8 an hour, and then the other places I was working. I was working for free. The thought of going back to school and paying for more school, it just, I wasn't interested. So I started working staging in a bunch of restaurants. I ended up landing a gig in west concha hakon. Some Philadelphia suburb with these women who I will never be able to thank them enough Kim and Mary Ann. They owned a couple of restaurants there. And they let me come in and I was kind of moving up the ladder pretty quickly there. And one night, I'm gonna read this. It was a Tuesday night. We closed the kitchen at 10 o'clock. The bar stays open until two, depending on the customer business, I had sent my team home. I was literally scrubbing down the kitchen. I already had one beer down. I was on my side. I took the train. So I was driving. So I was having a second beer while cleaning up the kitchen and the bartender and came in and said, hey, we just had these two young ladies come in. I know we're closed, but is there anything you can do for them? We're in the suburbs. I know for sure. The only thing open is wawa, McDonald's, there's no other restaurants in walking distance. So I was like, but I already had two beers in me. I was feeling good personalities out a little bit. And I said, you know, let me go talk to him. So I went out to the table, chatted with these ladies, they just come down from New York. They were there to cast the culinary show. And I said, yeah, fine. I'll cook for you. You're just not going to grill..

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"christina" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"christina" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Is going on in welcome back to the pie at the pilot podcast, this is a long awaited podcast. Christina, my wife comes on the podcast and we kind of talk about anything and everything. It wasn't asking me anything without any questions from you guys. We just sat down and it was taking a nap and we were able to just hang out and talk and answer some questions that we thought you would like. If you like this kind of episode, we'll do this again. I think it was a lot of fun to hear her perspective and hear what she had to say about my career and what it's like being a couple in aviation and being married to a pilot. Aviation, I hope you enjoyed today's episode if you do, check out pilot's coffee. The best coffee in the game, whole beans, ground coffee, and travel coffee. Right now the travel steep pack is sold out. It's crazy, it's sold out. They're becoming back soon. If you're interested in those, let me know because.

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"christina" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"It might have been a patriot. I know i mean. I guess we used to share l. too much of that to the patriot and i feel like this. I thought this was before then but yeah we were talking about book smart. I recently watched. It wasn't maybe around then. No you were just ranting about it and you're like that's not a thing that doesn't happen and i was gonna let you keep on keeping a not bring it up because i was getting ask him anymore. You went on. But i would. I was new to sex with him. And i was drunk because i was new and nervous and i just shove a hand down there and she was just like the i mean i think you have the wrong than i thought it would be and it was like very quick. It's not like i was like really working. The whole i went for it and i think she knew what was about to happen like she was like. Oh no no put clams hopefully before. Yeah wow oh my god. I stand corrected you know. No shame in that game. I'm unchecked like you know. I was talking to some people at the time. Like don't you guys all agree that this seems very unrealistic and in fact just like a punchline from a frat boy movie or something and they're like christina not everyone like explores their own body or other people's bodies before they go into it when people are nervous. Anything can happen when people are drunk. When everything's really lived up like stuff can happen. Don't be prescriptive about other people's sex lives and you know what they were proven. Right thank you. Oh my gosh. i'm so happy happy to help. We'll have to find the original episode. We talked about that and then issue a correction. You know as we really are a diverse community. Wow i know i mean. I'm constantly making assumptions. That i'm like this would never oh regularly other people okay..

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"christina" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Manifestation mentorships transformation coaching energy healing. Is there anything that you would want to tell anybody listening. Because if they're listening they've found this podcast for a reason and i'm so excited for them to be here when you're on the pod but if you offer anything else your podcast please let them know because it's a treat thank you. Yeah i short so you could find me my podcast is mindset to manifestation and so is my website. I have a sunday night. Email that i send out. It's kind of like A little coaching sessions so to speak to end. It always connects with the message of the podcast. And i do have my manifestations transformation there is that word. I love that word mentorship. That's coming up in october. So you can find out more information about that. And i'm also instagram. Same name as well. So i love connecting with the listeners. Everything so yeah available. Amazing i will put over information in the show notes and thank you so so much christina. This was such a blast. i. I'm like really excited to do all the work in a better. Not a better way but get back on the wagon. I'm excited for you to and please keep me posted. I want to hear what what it's like in thirty days. Finale how you're feeling yes. Oh my gosh everybody come back and let us know thirty days from now. Let's all do it together. I like i said. I love group group growing and learning. So yeah. we'll do it. I love it. Okay see you next time. On justice. Hip by that was podcast..

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"christina" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"I q privilege yes comrade. I don't see. I don't see i q scores when i curate. Just see i see people okay. People great you use it like that. Do not use gender language What do you say we Speaking of things that are good we open. That sounds like a good idea. Ready good point. You look over here okay. Eleven already okay here. We go out every friends. I tonight brought in in the morning. I'll let you know out things. Come out funding. Your mom's house. Tom and christina visits you.

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"christina" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Guests is the founder and owner of tolls room. We have christina delgado. Walk into the podcast. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me so you can see. Cookie does featured as well over here daily trying to yes. It is great. So let's let's let's start talking about it. Let's talk about would would toll told about in which in which you're working about their sure so told us room as a concept that i kind of just involved over time right like i always wanted to have a collective sort of concept around a business in. Initially it started when i was a makeup artists than than kind of evolved as i Became a single mom trying to look.

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"christina" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Find time to do this thing that you and i both value solitude and reflection solitude in silence and reflection where did they find time for that christina. Well i think anything can be meditation as well just being present in what you're doing when you're relating to someone when you're having a conversation when you're doing the dishes when you're driving in your car. That presence is meditation and to be alone with yourself as i mean. You're always with yourself though. Starting the day with like five minutes to be alone with yourself and set the stage for the day by being present and then just allowing that to be something continual throughout your day through every activity that you do you know in my economy in order to do that. Well it almost needs to be ritualized. It's not it doesn't happen that i wake up after i do this. I'm going to spend just five minutes sitting somewhere and doing and if i don't make that a habit It will be a nice little weekly for a you know yes and an affair isolation. I agree i agree. I think it should definitely be programmed into into your day or your week. I that's also why churches always on every sunday. It's a good reminder and allowing you to come back to yourself you know if religion is something that you're into But i don't really see a difference between spirituality and being religious. I think they're one in the same. There's truth in everything. There's truth in every system every program. Every kind of major overarching thought pattern others truth in everything and it's a matter of getting through a digit distortion of the human. The human experience and how we have presented it in the world but there's truth at the core and everything. I liked to distortion of everything that's happening to us in the world because I think there is value in everything. But i also think institutions are going to are going to give us false values and devalue us and put us put us.

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"christina" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"What have i learned from the stories of my life and put it in perspective in that way and i think that's really powerful. Yeah i like that. What would have i learned. And i and i think sometimes maybe a bit more specific about that what i learned about myself about my genuine nature. What is in harmony with who. I am hardwired to be any inside. And what is what is in harmony with somebody else that wants me to be whatever yes absolutely. This is right in line with it. So we're going to stay with the same notion but you wrote we settle for a destiny carved out for someone else. Who's carved out by christina. Does that carving. I think a lot of people be new people who have something to gain by you being in line with their story. I mean if you take per one example. The forty hour workweek or typical nine to five. I knew what. I was very young but that was not going to happen for me. I had no interest in doing that. But a lot of people subscribe to that and and there's nothing wrong with a nine to five but it would. Everyone truly wants to do work for most of their lives. Typically in a job that they don't actually want and it's kind of mindless because it's taking so much time away from things that they could be doing. And and so a lot of the time about sort of carving out of life is done because were all sitting within the narrative that ultimately benefiting other people but we have the power to take it back and think what truly works for me. What what works for me. How do i want to use my time. My energy and do that incentive but yeah it it's often people who have something to be gained from having your life prescribed in such a way i have not thought of it that way and and i think i think you're so right..

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"christina" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Gentle princesses christina. That was neither. She was strange looking and strange in her habits. Probably the best educated woman in of her day she loved music and theater and other women and still she's one of only three women to be buried in the papal vatican grottos of course there was murder along the way. What good story doesn't have murder. Christina may have abdicated her throne but she never gave up having the power of life and death over her courtly subjects. I'm dana schwartz. And.

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"christina" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"christina" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"This and experience. Yeah i was like what and they were like. Yeah look and was like yeah. I love the eggs. I okay she was again. He's like mustard to me and another friend of ours who also doesn't really eat meat She she'll eat fish from time to time. I had to do all of her. Like i had to break open. All her co ops for her so were they were like this is how you do it this knowledge with you so i'm trying to like on what i know big final honestly. I never done that and and it goes. It's it really is a it really is like a ceremony. It's an experience you sit down. You'll everything down you get fucking you get dirty. You know dirty you get down dirty messy and all you cracking claws well. He's not for the faint of heart. Cracks michelle's yeah it. It's kind of like it's kind of fun. Yeah it was kind of surprised that i enjoyed it. felt a little brutal but i was like what like. Sometimes you just gotta. Sometimes you gotta do those things you know so in the last moment like to do shameless plug in tow folks. Where can you find you where your social media your website stuff. Oh hell yes. So you can find my work at christina. Fiddler dot com f. I d. l. e. r. on instagram it's swifty bids which is like s c. Age wwci t y b. I t s. I had to type it out as i was spelling it to make sure i was looking at right. I noticed that was like and actually the work. I did with comedy central. I'm just came out. They have a new digital like digital shorts like youtube. So i think it's called comedy central animated and the project i worked on was called possible. And it's just a bunch of comedians and like funny people who kind of jokingly pitch a pilots for shows that would never make it off on. And that's coming out now so i pitched for that animated for the on. That was a great time. Grant the guy who runs the entire thing. Here's another show called tales from the trip with people. He's a great guy. He's really funny. It's a great project and that's of. Yeah that's you know. You can watch condolences on my website too and yeah and anyone can always just not me line and say hi you know i like talking to people so yeah so so i want to thank you for coming on to the podcast. You're thank you for having me. Rob this is really fucking awesome So for christina fiddler. I am rob sanford. There aren't in and around baltimore. It's gotta look for it..

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