35 Burst results for "Christine Christine"
'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'
"Talking to Mark judge the new book is called the devil's triangle with the subtitle Mark judge versus the new American Stasi. That was the East German secret police. You're just telling us mark how they did extensive what you call opposition research on you to build this case. This is creepy that people would say, how do we concoct a lie? I mean, it's an amazing thing if opposition research is true. But you're selling saying that they tried to use whatever they could find about you to create a plausible story and they figured we've got it where this is going to work. All we need is somebody with the guts to lie in front of the whole world and they found Christine blasey Ford. It's chilling to me. I worry about people souls that they would participate in this. I know they believe so strongly and abortion that they're almost willing to do anything, but it's chilling to me, frankly, that these things go on. Yeah, and as I was saying, The New York Times two reporters wrote a book called the educational Brett Kavanaugh, and if they report on a guy named Keith kogler, who was friends with blasey Ford and he said in the summer of 2018 for 6 weeks leading up to this, he was researching my writing, my videos, but they might have been physically tracking me. I don't even know. And the way opera research works, the devil's triangles oppo researchers, the media and leftist politicians. But oppo researchers will find everything about you from your birth certificate up to last week and then they open the Bombay doors at the last minute and just dump it. And as one of them put it 90% of my job is getting emotionally upset people to start talking. So they opened the Bombay doors and dumped all this on me and because I've known about the Stasi and I've been writing about this for a long time, I thought I know what's going on. Every word you say is a shift that they are going to plant right in your back. You know, if you talk, it's over because they'll twist whatever you say, even if it's the truth. And that's when I thought of this great movie, the lives of others about the German Stassi. And I said, okay, you're living the lives of others right now. And as we were saying before, the commercial break, they thought it was going to be easy.
Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter, dies at 79
"Singer and keyboardist Christine McVie a Fleetwood Mac has died at the age of 79 after a short illness, according to her family, details were not given. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. I don't stop, hold me, say you love me, Christine McVie's musicianship transformed Fleetwood Mac from a blues band into a hit machine. Think V had been playing piano since childhood, she married bassist John mcvie and joined Fleetwood Mac in the early 1970s. Even though she and John split, they continued making music together until mcvie left the band for 16 years. Mcphee said in a 2014 EP interview taking time away from Fleetwood Mac was time she regretted. I did want to write
Dr. Fauci's Net Worth Increased by $5 Million During Pandemic
"Fauci's wife Christine Grady is also a National Institute of health NIH employee Serving as chief at the NIH clinical centers department of bioethics You may remember the controversy of her bioethics or get back to that in a moment The Fauci household disclosed that their total net worth increased by roughly $7.6 million from January 1st of 2019 pandemic start To over $12.6 million by December the 31st of 2021 None of this is counting what he's made since the end of 2021 So if you look at those numbers it represents a nearly 70% increase in their net wealth from January the first 2019 to December the 31st 2021 So while everybody else was losing their jobs was losing their businesses were losing their restaurants this dude and his wife working for the quote government got in 70% increase in not just their salary and their total net worth Not a bad gig for a public servant right You want to know why so hell bent on forcing you to get the jab or forcing you to sit in a room with a mask on or forcing you to believe that the pandemic is not over Maybe it's because if you're making literally millions off of it there's a pretty good chance you don't want it to end Documents also reveal that Fauci continues to be the top paid federal employee You want to know what this dude earns here to salary of 456,000 in 2021 this year he got a raise to 480,000 for the year the fiscal year 2022
Latest Poll in Oregon Favors Republican Gubernatorial Candidate
"This is one particular poll that caught my attention from Oregon. I was just there about a month or so ago doing a big event in Salem, Oregon. The new polling coming out from the oregonian is a shocker. It shows the Republican gubernatorial nominee in the lead in a three person race. 32%, again, this is a Christine drazen is getting 32% support. The Democrat nominee, Tina kotek, getting 31% and the independent, getting 18%. Folks, if the Republicans are able to pull this off, it'll be the first time in nearly 40 years that a Republican has won the governor's race there. I
Why AJ Didn't Side With Tara Reid in Joe Biden Claims
"I know some of you were a little shocked that I didn't take Tara Reid side in this whole Joe Biden sexual assault thing. AJ, what do you mean? Let me explain what I'm saying. I don't like girls who come out 17, 18, 19 years later and talk about their sexual molestation. That always will bother me. Okay? I just don't think I've been around women in my life that raised me and who I love who would have done the same thing. And I hope my daughter would never be the same way. I would teach my kid if somebody fucks with you, you get in your face, let somebody know right away, I don't care about the job. You get another job. You can't just let your life get ruined. 20 fucking 30 years later, you're still crying about getting molested, fuck that. Let down to go break his legs with a bat. I'll go to jail for you, but you'll be happier knowing I did that. So let me just say, I don't like girls who weigh 20 years. So that's the part of her, I don't think is especially credible. But I do understand that she told her mother, a neighbor, a brother, all these fucking people, and they all corroborated her story. You know, so I have to say, in that capacity, she's on to something. And unfortunately, her mother's gone, but the other thing is, you know, the fact that everybody is sticking up for Joe Biden and not looking into this is just the hypocrisy we live in. Believe all women. It was such a mantra during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. Everybody had to believe fucking, what's the name? Christine blasey Ford. We had to believe it, even though she didn't know the date, the time, the address, what happened with Doric him, she knew nothing. And all the friends she said could vouch for her said, no, I wasn't there. I don't remember that. But yet, we all have to believe her. This girl, Tara Reid tells her story, never, never missed a mark, told four or 5 people they all back it up. Only two, three years ago, we had to believe all women.
John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings
"You've shared this on the program before, but it's so important that people who are listening know the details of what happened and to reiterate when justice Kavanaugh, then not yet a justice was put up by Trump at the Supreme Court. The pro abortion left decided, again, because they've done this several times to go scorched earth to lie to make things up. And as their principle tool in this, they found a memoir written by Mark judge of his time of being an alcoholic in high school, and they thought this is just enough for us to create a narrative. We are going to lie, but we bet we can put this over on the American people and keep this guy off the Supreme Court because we don't want roe V wade over overturned. That's right. And so Christine daisy Ford couldn't say what year this rape allegedly happened. But she remembered all sorts of details all of them from Mark judge's book. So Eric, if somebody ever claims, wants to, if somebody wants to make a perjury involving you, they will use fish out of water. Your memoir of going to college. And there will be all these seemingly verifying details. Well, oh yeah, you did stay in that dorm. Yes, you did work at that place over the summer. Oh yeah, that's what you were wearing. On celery Green Day in 1983. Oh, this story knew this is seeming suspiciously real. It sounds like this person was there. Oh wait, he had a memoir. Okay? But again, they picked him Mark judge because he admitted to having memory lapses.
Dinesh Examines the Implications of a Third Political Party
"We all know that there's a good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers.
How Will the Press Treat Conservatives in 2024?
"So it's now sort of permanent. I mean, nothing in life is permanent. It could change in 50 years, but it doesn't matter any longer if Trump is in office for these people to be in charge of our media. Yeah, I write in the book and I'm very worried that whenever Donald Trump decides to leave, whether it's 2024 or 2028, but fake 2024 for example. They're going to do the same thing to Ron DeSantis. Christine knows that Ted Cruz to Tom cotton that they've done to Donald Trump. Because this is the cultural part of it, Dennis. Reporters have become a group of college educated democratic voters whose only groups that thinks that they are understood are college educated democratic voters. It's a slice of America that writes for and talks to a slice of America.
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"In the house. My son's home, my wife's home. Let me get the hell out of here. Well, no, it's not that. It's more like sometimes I come across as grumpy. 'cause I'm not communicative. Right. Because you need some morning Islam. Let me catch up what kind of hell has been unleashed overnight in the world. Let me catch up on that. Said no one ever. It's not a good way to start your day, Kevin. I'm not snarly, but I come across as why are you talking? Just a little bit. I like some silence and some coffee. Why are you talking? But I run first thing. I don't even take coffee. I'm just like out the door run that makes me sane. Yeah. Not me. Nigel. I like my headspace. I like getting my head squared around the day. And I needed myself because now all of a sudden, when school years old, my routine is not there. Yeah. So it's like, I like my list. It's like, all right, here's the whole list of things I want to do this summer. Maybe today I'll clean it up. Maybe today I'll clean out the study. I'm not great with downtime. I'm a terrible beach person. Okay. I'm not sitting there. He can't go on vacation. Yes, absolutely. We don't sit. I know. We never sit. No, you don't sit. We walk miles away. Yeah, we see that, I'd be okay. Yeah, we say we're gonna go on the beach and we do. We just walk, run, whatever. Except for when I was sleeping. Yeah. Yeah, 'cause she was dying. But no, I agree with the headspace in the morning. I need that to I need to clear it. I need to clear it all out. Yeah. And it makes me say, it makes me sane to run in the morning. And I can't run in the afternoon. No, I'm too tired. Too tired. Yeah. Yeah, and too hot. Yeah, that too. Like that Yankee homecoming race here in newburyport. Kim runs it every year and hates it. They give you a hot dog. They give you 90 bucks at the end. Are they red? Are they red hot? No. What's happening? Nothing. Are you telling me to drink? Yes, yes. I need a drink. Right. You said hot dog. I think that was the rule today. Yes. Hot dog, everyone drinks. All right, drink. Oh, I wanted to ask you, Kevin. So Christine and I ran the 2018 marathon Boston Marathon from hell. And I wanted to talk to you a little bit about that because we were running in 40 mile an hour headwinds, not a tailwind, in case anybody's wondering. I had win. Come on soon. Monsoon and that was an important date for you. Well, yeah, when I was thinking about coming on here, I love what this podcast is. Thank you. Silly. Yeah. Because you do, you get to a certain point and it's like you realize everybody's going to get some shit. In their life. It's someday. Crafters. It's going to come in. I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. They spotted it in the fall of 2018. And it was not a life or death. It wasn't a fight for life. It was like we got this. It was a T two. It was one tumor, and they said, we're going to go in. This is what we're going to do. And that was detected through a normal screening. Yeah, it was a scope. So shut out. Shout out to scopes. The best cleanout ever. This could be just better than cancer. And I actually don't mind it. It's the best 25 minutes of sleep. Your body's cleaned out. Right, I can deal with the cleanup. Once you've had 7, 8, 9, ten, 12, whatever I'm at, right? Right. Like a ballerina. Well, I wouldn't go that far. You're looking at me right here. You got a lot of New York called. El arena. So anyway, you know, you go through, it was January and February of chemo and radiation, and then the 6 weeks off before they can operate in any way. I'm in a hotel room hotel room. I call it a hotel room. There's a hospital room. I'm in Beth Israel. And it felt like a hotel room because the nurses were phenomenal. They couldn't, they were just so pleasant, so conversational. They were not, you know, just it's time for this. It's time for that. It was a private room just by luck. I happened to get into a single. It was April, so it was a great I'm watching the best sports events of the year. I'm reading books, it's quiet. And I'm in good hands. Yeah. That's a real great. And I'm watching these maniacs run 26 miles. In the most miserable conditions. I've ever seen in my life. Oh, weird. And as a sports writer, I always said the Boston Marathon's terrible to train for because you train in winter conditions, and then 9 times out of ten, boom, here's your 88° day. Yes. Go have fun with that, right? But this was the worst. It was the worst. And I forget, I don't know, it wasn't an email. It might have been Facebook. I messaged you. I'm like, you're a beast. Sure am. And you knew what I was going through and you were like, so you and it hadn't occurred to me. No. You're like, I'm in a bed. I'm at the hands of others. But you were going through a fight. Yeah, but the show was over. So it was just kind of cool. And that's why I wanted to, you know, I wanted to talk about that today because everybody's in a fight. Yes. I mean, that day I remember because you were in the hospital, and I thought about you, because you have time to think. Really? Troubles during a run. As you do too, when you're going through chemo and cancer, you have a lot of time to think and reflect. And I remember thinking about you and thinking about and I always say this and I know it sounds cheesy, but it really is true when I'm running. Everyone twice now, the marathon and I think I can do this because I work with people that can't. You know, disabled people. And they can't. And some people want to and really would love to. You ran for your son who couldn't and can't. So I think that we have to think of a goodness there. And I know that we like to be psyllium and fluffy and all that. But it's true. It's true. But yeah, that day was absolute hell, but it was good. There was so many so many funnies. We kept eating, I don't know what goes off the ground. No, my cousin gave me pickles. I know and then they fell on the ground. We didn't pick them up. Do we eat those? No, we don't. Because I was delusional at one point. Oh yeah. The little lady in the khakis. Somebody gave you Swedish fish and I feel like that's where all the pictures were taken. Like two full of Swedish high on the list of what to do in a marathon, right? Yeah. Yeah. And sour patch kids. But I also mentioned by the BAA. Yeah. But I also think that everyone's so connected. The more you can see the connections and how everyone so like that is like here we are sitting here what year is it just getting 2022? And you have that connection with the marathon and there you were in that stage in your life. For me, that marathon, I always say, was a metaphor for my life because it was a complete should show at that point. I was getting divorced. What everybody had you by my side and I love that you made that connection. I think that's like the coolest. I mean, not that we were all in shitty places, but we're all here now. Right. And
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"That reminds me of last night. Which part you gotta rock down to. Yes. Oh, okay. Do you not remember that? It's gray. It's great. So Christine goes from zero to drunk. I just get this look in my eyes. Yeah, but she's not looking. She looks like over you. And she's like, I look through you. And it's all right. Nothing to see here. Yep. If you could see us, you would die laughing because we're on this makeshift podcasting. We have this like NT and then like a Bongo on top of it with the microphones. And then the thing that it plugs into is just fell over. Yeah, we'll have to take a picture of this because this is something. It's like a, how do you say, is it Jimmy rigged? Yeah. Jerry rigged, Jerry rigged. Yep, that's right. Jerry, not Jimmy, not Jimmy. Yeah. All right. We should look at what that means later, but not now. Yeah, okay. Membrane Atlantis with the people that we met that were one of the 5 licensed horticulture, from Colorado. Yes, and the dude. Oh my God. I had a do you know what in men have sweaters that they don't get rid of? Year round. It's a hair tennis sweater. So that happened. And so we couldn't stop looking at this guy's hair back. And so Christine took a picture and now whenever she thinks I'm not having a good day or one stops to really cheer me up, she sends me a picture of this guy's hairy back. It's the grossest thing I've ever seen. And then I actually was just telling some of the story. The other day because they obviously make a ton of money growing weed. And so we're talking about different things that was kind of on CBD was first 2016, just coming out. And we were talking about it, and I was training actually for my first or starting to train for the first marathon. And remember, I was like, oh, I want to try bath salts. Oh my God. She said that out loud. But I meant, I didn't know there was a different type of bath salts. I meant CBD bath salts at relax your muscles. And Jen knows that I don't know what the hell I'm talking about. And she's dying laughing. The girl who's like 25 with a 45 year old's drug dealer. No, the guy was like 65. Oh yeah, they were all older, yeah. And these 20 something girls. And the girl looks horrified, and she's looking at me and her mouth is open. And I just keep talking. I mean, I want it to relax my muscles, and I just think it's great. And Jen's laughing is totally. Like I can't wait to try bath salts. I'm like, oh my God, that's like ridiculous. And then she finally lets in on the fact that it's a horrible drug. Speaking of, there's a lot of people here doing drugs. Oh my God, seriously. Yeah, so along with the bums being exposed and there's just, I mean, there's like 19 year old girls making out with like 40 year olds, just that one crazy. No, it's happening all day. Last night. It was nuts. But the people watching, oh, it's better than it's better than Vegas here. Are those notes that you just took for now? No. But Jen's very good at doing research for our podcast. I fly by the seat of my pants. But we also have to tell you that Jen and I, we might have already talked about this before, but vacation very well together. We're both just like, okay. Do you want to go for a 7 mile walk on the beach? Yeah. Sure. And then we're walking, and then we're like, oh, we need a cocktail. So we stop. Then we keep walking, and we're like, oh, there's a big water slide. Let's do the water slide. I did the big water slide today. That was really fun. And we got called out, 'cause you're supposed to pay for it and the girl goes just one time free. Yeah, I'm not paying $20 to slide down the slide and calm down. No calm your tits, people. And but Jen the best part was Jen knew that your sister put a coin in this box. So she taps the box, tap, tap, tap. Oh, I know. Yeah. I'll spend like a $1000 on something, but then like if I have to pay $20 or something, I'm like, no. Well, that wouldn't be worth $20. No, no. Well, the other thing I want to talk about was, I'm kind of buzzed. Are you? Yeah. I don't know. The cannonball, the ocean, the shower. Oh, we jumped in the ocean every day. And do I mean recently? And then we did, we can't evolve into the pool. I always did that. I've been in the water a lot. You got to give me credit this thing. Yeah, she got her hair duet. Yeah. To get her hair wet. But all that's over me up. Did it? Yeah. We'll see how it goes tonight. Yeah. I mean, yeah, last night you weren't too bad. No. Night before you were shit show. Yeah, yeah. That happened sometimes. I know. I had to just because the other thing is we don't eat. No, we do eat. We had really nice tuna. Sashimi. And we had, but let's just put this into perspective. Tuna sashimi and 25 cans of a beverage, don't. That's why I say that you should drink water too. I do drink water. You don't drink it enough. I mean, now, okay. No. Oh, so one other thing I want to talk about. You have a big family, but I don't have a big family. So I want to talk about family. Oh yeah, so important. Yeah. But I love my family, so I know you love your family. I love my family, but family, for me. But my family is great, but my family, because I have a small family, say a fast 5 times. It's so important to me. Like you, Steve, Kimmy. Yeah, Christy. He feels. You know, all my newberry port folks my cutting drive folks shout out. The Jessica's, yeah. For my so important. So important. But time away too. I don't know, it's been a rough couple of years. But it was a rough week for me to go away and just laugh so much with you. And just such an easy vacation and like, I don't know, you can't put a price on it. I know you can. And the weather was supposed to be rainy for four days because that's how long we're here. And it ended up being there was a rain for like 5 minutes. Yeah. But that's, I think that's what happens with us too. We just we seek the sun Jenna and we find it. Oh, silver linings. Oh yes. Yes. So I'm sure everybody knows this. I don't, so I don't think I don't think people really do. But drop in drop in. Jobs and boxes here. I'm gonna hold it. Okay, I'm gonna hold the box, hold your box. I'm holding my box. Awesome. So these flowing through it. In the evening, when it's getting to be like sunset, the sun is behind the clouds at times. So here there are just beautiful sunsets all the time. But if the clouds are a certain way, it's right behind the clouds, you can see silver linings around the clouds. So yesterday, and I'm not usually moving at all, but that's Christine's job. I was like, oh my God, oh my God, let's go to the beach. Let's go to the beach. Look, look, look, look. She's like, what is happening? What is happening? I'm like, it's a silver lining. It's a silver lining around the clouds. Oh my God. I mean I was hammered too. But not hammered. When I say hammered, I mean buzzed. Wait a minute. First of all, yes, that was amazing. And we always say defend the silver line. So it was such a beautiful thing to see. But I have to just interject for one second. Preface, I have to preface. You say interject all the time. Which means interrupting me. Jen's daughter calls her today as we're getting ready. And she goes, hey, mom, what are you doing? Hey, did you have a cocktail today? And Judd's like, I don't know, did you have a beverage today? I mean, I'm gonna drink water. Do you mean? She goes, no. Did you have like a beverage? She goes, yeah, she goes with alcohol. Yeah,
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"Today's podcast pairing is with a vodka seltzer called neutral. It spelled. It is delicious. I'm not sure we need to spell it for our readers. I'm sure they could look it up. Well, it's spelled differently than the word neutral. And we don't have readers. We have listeners. Yep, right. Yes. So it's all natural, vodka, seltzer, soda, it's delicious. Yeah. And I'm drinking lemonade and you are drinking. Raspberry. I don't know if you've been drinking a lot. Noticed, this is our last night of vacation, and I don't know if you noticed my voice. I've lost it a little bit. And this isn't the first time this has happened to you. Right, but last night I was singing every lyric. To every song, yes. Yes. And then we went to this place called mcnasty's. Yeah. Late night. We close bars. People ask how old we are, more like 34 or 37, but it's bad we both say it at the same time. We say a different age. And then we tell people we've been besties for 35 years and people are like, huh, since the day we're born, but we went to a place called nasties. Right, late night at saint Pete's speech. But I will say, we decided that we would stay one extra night here at saint Pete's bus. She got this crazy looking rye. I thought something bad happened. Actually, we didn't cheers. We should chairs our drinks, right? Oh yeah. Yeah. We should. We should. Natural, neutral. We didn't know how to spell it actually, but we found this new drink last night and we love it. Cheers. So I think today we're going to talk a lot about vacations and how important it is to vacation with the people you love and also your Friends. Guys, girls. We've met a lot of bachelorette parties at bachelor parties. And no one seems very happy about getting married. Yeah, no one's happy about getting married. Well, I'm like, you should be excited about getting married. And I were giving advice marriage advice. A couple nights ago. Ebb and flow. That was you. Yeah. I'm not really clearly not I shouldn't be giving marriage advice to anybody. Well, no, it is ebb and flow, but you're like, you have to be mostly happy. These people that are getting married are like, yeah, so my soon to be spouse is not very fun. She's not lights out funny. We've met a few bachelorette parties and a few bachelor parties. And we met this great group of bachelors from Philly. They're not bachelors. They're all married. But the dude, one dude, Tommy, can you hear me? No, Tommy. Tommy. Tommy. So instead of zombie, by the cranberries, they were singing to me. Senor bed. No, it's in your head. It's in your head. Okay. They're going to listen to this too, which is I know. I know. But they were such a nice group of guys. Mostly married, mostly with girlfriends, and they were just like, gentlemen, funny, and they're all wearing 80s. Oh my God. Mullets. And mustaches. They all had to grow mustaches for this. For this particular party. Which I'm sure their wives were very happy because no one's getting picked up with those. Yeah, no one's got paid with those mustaches. But really good time, those guys are great. We went to this place called Jimmy bees, which is what my dad's name. Now we're staying there and we're literally our room is adjacent to the front door. Right, so if you hear some background noise, it's because we are literally next to the bar. You were like, you know what? We love it so much. We want to stay right here behind the square. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, we have just met so many people. It's been so fun. But we were going to talk about former vacations, right? We were, but I just got to say one more thing about our time here is there's a lot of tats and ass and tits. Tits. Well, yes. People like the new trend now, which you guys probably are younger listeners all know where these bathing suits that are like just cover the crack of your butt. It doesn't even cover the crack of your butt. It's a thong. Bikini. That's just the line down the if it's not covering your crack. Opening your crack. What? Opening your crack. Up your crack. Okay, right? Yeah. And there are some beautiful people, but and then there's some not beautiful spots. My bum is covered here. Yeah. I mean, mine too. And yeah, but it's an attack out of control. Oh, there's so many cats. Some of them are beautiful, but some of them are aggressive. Obviously, we're done with hammered hammered, poor life choices, 20 something years ago. Or some of them just are doing it now. And then there's, yeah, there's really some interesting characters here. So the cool thing about saint Pete's beach is there's a thousand bars along the beach, but there's no age group. Everybody plays well together. So it's like ages like 20 I'm sure or under to 80, 80. There was a guy last night. Yes. And the ants with him. I was really nice. He was like 85. And someone was like, oh, he's Jimmy B oh, yeah. He wasn't. Well, we don't know. Oh, come on. He was just an old man. That was there, that someone was like, oh, that's him. Yeah, he was lovely. He was very cute. Yeah. Vacations. Vacations. So our first vacation together was when Vegas, Vegas, baby Vegas. Many years ago. I cried during that vacation, which was amazing. We didn't Kimball once while we were there, by the way. I tell people that all the time. Jen and I too have the best luck when we go places. We do. Yeah. We end up getting into crazy places with crazy people, like crazy, I mean famous people, high end, somehow just people. Well, he's not big anymore, but Jason Biggs, birthday party. Birthday party in Vegas. Remember who is The Rock band too? I really like the first night we were there. We ended up in the VIP section. No, no, I don't even know who that is, but it's a movie. Oh no. Ironic. Don't you think? A little too ironic, just kidding. But yeah, so yeah, that's what we did that Vegas. And we always just have the best luck. I remember I couldn't get into the bar because I forgot my ID. Britney Spears was just there. Doesn't matter, but I was trying to get into this bar waited for half an hour to get in. I get up there and I realize I don't have my ID. So this is my excuse. I was also half hammered. And I know half about it. Straight hole up in the bag. And the guy was like, you don't have your ID, you can't come in. And I was like, I'm a nurse. And he was like, oh, you're a nurse? Okay, okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. That was also what I say when I'm stopped by cops. Right, right. Because you have your stethoscope hanging there. Yeah, and they're like a nurse. Okay, go. Yeah, yeah. Keep going. Yep. Yeah. That's a member and we've met that guy who was like a promoter or whatever, or not a promoter. I don't know what he did. Remember we went to that club. I think it was for Jason Biggs birthday. And we got to Fox vox. There was like 500 people in line and we got to cut the whole line and people were looking at us like, who the hell are those girls? Yeah, nobody's. I was like, I'm Jennifer Aniston's lookalike. Yeah. Doppelganger? I am no, nobody's. Yes, you are, Reese Witherspoon. And then we went to Atlantis. Yes, with just us. That was really good because that was in 2016, and that was before you went through all your before my life for our heart. Yes. I remember we met the guy with a very bad man jeans. Now, yes, he's the guy who got us into the pool. He owns all the electric companies and the Midwest. And the electric companies? Yeah, yeah,
Christine Lagarde Signals End of Eurozone's Negative Rates Era
"Think that we've got a problem and it's happening again all over the world. The ECB just came out finally. Christine Lagarde and said, we're going to raise rates. They're following in the footsteps of the Federal Reserve. Of course, they're negative rates right now. So they get a ways to go. They're going to raise by 25 basis points. We've been raising by 50 basis points. The other thing is they're not unwinding their balance sheet. We're looking to unwind our gigantic balance sheet at the fed. And so that's a little bit of a difference and so consequently, I think you're going to still see the Ural of suffering some weakness compared to the dollar, which how is that relevant? Perhaps if you're doing a currency trade and you're buying blue chip, European companies, maybe you're able to get them in a little bit of a discount because the dollar is so much stronger than a historically, at least over the last, however many years has been. Quick story. I got married many years ago in 2001. So quite a few years ago, in Italy, we celebrated our honeymoon over there, and I remember the Euro, which was just coming out right at that time. The Euro was trading at a 15% discount to the dollar. So it was great. Like everything was on sale. You know, you'd look at a price and it was 15% off and those days were short lived. As I look at The Wall Street Journal dollar index, you see that, well today anyway, the dollar is training higher, 95.85. Again, this Wall Street Journal dollar index, but you know what's amazing. You think about the Euro right now and Europe's on sale because you're looking at basically a buck 6. Per Euro. So if you look at the Euro over the last year, it's really been challenged. And even with Christine Lagarde coming out and saying, okay, we're prepared. We're going to raise interest rates. At some point in negative territory, it's not enough to convince the market that Europe is going to get out of its inflation trouble. I
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"It is. So that's lying. That's like my smile. Long in the tooth. I have such a gummy smile. Yeah, but that's cute. That went away. It's cute. It's coming back. Oh, stop saying that. Oh my God, I have a story. Are you going to tell it? Yeah. Christine and I were at an event a couple months ago. Let's backtrack. Let's preface. Like long in the tooth. I have a very big smile. I love, I love smile, laugh, right? But I have a very, very big gummy smile, speaking of long in the tooth. Well, I long face, right? We take pictures and I'll say that. And every time we take a picture, she says, why the long face? Right. And so for whatever reason, it really not for whatever reason. It really bothers me that I have this so somewhat actually my cousin, Katie. Shout out, Katie. Shout out. Was like, oh, you got to go get this thing done, and it pushes your lip down, and then you don't have such a gummy smile. And she's literally so drop dead gorgeous. I was like, okay, that sounds great. So I went, and I was like, hey, listen, I would like to do this thing that you, because you cheated on. No, no, no, no, no. And I'd like to do this thing. And so I do this thing. And then Jen and I are at candy O Terry's podcast. So I think we brought up the last time. So it looked like she looked like fire marshal Bill. From in living color, look it up. Jim cherry. No upper lip. And this like, hey. Is there a fire in here? And like literally no upper lip, and I'm like, what is going on? So I kept looking at her, looking at her and we were wearing masks, but then we took them off and I'm like, what in the F is happening with her upper lip? Like it was so like frozen, frozen, frozen. And so every smile looked ridiculously fake. Like my mother. Like when my mother was really trying to smile when she was in smiling. It was like such a Mary tree smile. Oh my God, so I looked at her. And it's quiet, right? Because it's in the middle of Kerry oteri. Nope, yeah. Candy oteri. Karaoke is from SNL. You're super pretty, though. I know and love candy, O Terry. We've just had partaking for part of the day. Keep going. Sorry, so it's very quiet. And she's interviewing Liz Brenner. You just said keep going, but you interrupted me. I think that was our line. Now I've got to keep telling you because it's dead quiet. Everyone's listening to this podcast being recorded and go. And I said, oh my God, did you fucking do something to your lip? What happened? And she's like, well, yeah, I got no idea. Like, why does it look bad? And Jen just shook her head. I was like, nodded. I nodded my head, not shook. To say yes. It looked so fire Marcia Bill. Look it up. Yep. And then so then I went and got it fixed, but my upper lip didn't move for a solid month. And poor Joe never even take a peek at some of her past pictures in the last month. Yeah, he's probably going to listen to this like, holy shit. 'cause I think he's been listening to our podcast a little bit. He never once asked me, he never once was like, you're smile change significantly. Well, it's a jolly rancher. Your smile is coming back. So finally, it's relaxing a little bit. It was really stiff upper lip. Oh wait, that's a saying too. Yeah it is. That is, maybe you should look that one. It means when you get something. No, that's what it means to us. I think it means when you're like, when you're long in the tooth, long in the tooth. And then I also got remember I got like a canker sore, and it's a mess. It was awful. I was like, I will never do this again. Lesson learned. It's like that time I got. And push my cheeks out. It was like the time you got your lips done. Yes. So what we're saying? Which they looked great after. But I went to a party at Ashley Murphy's house for the bed races and newberry port during homecoming, and I shouldn't have I went right after my appointment. I looked like, what does it or whatever her name is? Gadet? I don't know, but I look ridiculous. I love Angelina Jolie. Maybe like Christine Quinn from Selling Sunset. Who gave us a like, she's lovely. She commented, yeah, she gave us a little shout out. That was cool. We did. She's going to lovely wardrobe, but she's not really nice to Chrishell. Yeah, we like her show. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, so we're not bane. We grow old gracefully, but we're okay with a little help. You can have some help. Yeah. Yes. And I always like to talk. Favorite place are an aesthetic. We love them. They're like the pioneers of it. But I always feel like it's the same as your hair. Remember when we went away this time last year and Sarah said, oh, is that gray patch on your head stylish? Is that the trend? Did you get that died? Yeah. Did you get that dyed white? Christine's like, no? No? Just couldn't get my hair done yet. No hair did to my hair girl is like the greatest girl on the planet Aaron. Yeah, and you have to get your hair done like every oh my God. Every time. It grows so fast and like rose gray so fast. Yeah. It's really bad. I could be legit filter. I don't have any gray hair right now. I just got it done. Last like a week. Oh, I got some more. All right. Big wig. Oh, what do you think that means? I mean, you're a big deal. It does, but where do you think it came from? I would say the 80s with our big hair. Nope, no. More like the 1700s you're super cute though. With a Buffon. So the bigwigs, remember when Tom Jefferson and no, I don't remember. We weren't alive, then I don't remember. Jorge Washington. Jorge. In the 18th century when Jesus. I'm like looking at her like shut up. She's giving Harry eyeballs. In the 18th century, when many men wore wigs the most important men wore the biggest wings. Oh God. Hence today, important people are called big wigs. I don't think I could ever be attracted to a man in a wig. Especially a biggest one. A wig, a biggest wig. Could you? No. No, I could. I'm not sure anyone could. But in the 80s, hair bands were a big thing, and if anyone's watching Stranger Things, there's kind of a hot new character with long hair because it's based in the 80s. Yeah. And he looks like my favorite genre. He looks like a young Robert Downey Jr.. In stranger than love, Stranger Things. Yeah, I only saw season one. I would like to watch it. It's so good. And nostalgic and all about the 80s. And I know you don't like the 80s, but that's where we were. No, no, yeah, I do. I just don't like the 80s music. I like 80. That's how we grew up. It is like, you don't like any 80s
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"We haven't seen each other. I know, but we catch up over broadcast, guys. It was actually very disturbing. I mean, a lot of people like dicks, we like dicks, but like I don't want a picture. Our children can never listen to this. At first, sorry children. This is like happy hour podcast. Yeah. You're right, right. Well, it would spend happy hour every hour here. Since our 6 mile walk, that ended at 1115 this morning. But yes, it was really actually really offensive. Oh my God. Yeah. You should have read him the riot act. I did. We said you are. What does that mean? Okay, so that segues right into my old lady saying, so reading the riot act. So these days. Angry parents might threaten to read the riot act to their unruly children, but in the 18th century England, the riot act was a real document and it was recited aloud to angry mobs. Instituted in 1715, the riot act gave the British government the authority to label any group of more than 12 people a threat to peace. So it's a real thing, the riot act. So it's a racket. It's another thing Christine's been saying since we got here. She's like, that seems like a racket. No, I say that a lot, actually. When things are like, what are you an old lady who lives in southie? This is a racket. It's baloney. It's baloney and cheese. Oh, spill the beans. Spill the beans. Oh, wait, let me just preface to Jedi both were actually that. Let's preface. Oh yeah. We were out and actually in bed at a decent hour last night. We're in bed. In our 70s, hotel room. I hope Dan puts in some 70s jams in here in this podcast, but Jen woke up early and then I woke up and I go, what were you doing? And she goes, podcast research. Can I forgot my book? She forgot her book. Her podcast. Yeah, I have a book. With notes and all kinds of things. And I forgot it. So I was like, we have to think of something else. And sometimes we wing it and sometimes we don't. And today we're doing a little both. Okay, spill the beans. So you know what that means, right? I'm gonna spill the beans. What does it mean when I run? Is that what happens? No, that means when you fart, I know. What does spill the beans mean to you? Is it when you chew it? No. Like, come on, spill the beans. Spill the tea. Yeah, like tell me what's the gossip, right? So like most on here, it's pretty controversial where this phrase was originated. But one explanation, very controversial. Controversial ancient Greece, people would vote anonymously using white or black beans to simply say yay or nay. Isn't that cool? It reminds me of Boston baked beans. Yeah. Yeah. Just like that. Just like that. Same thing. Same. Oh, so something that we've done in the past because there have been like jackasses in our past. Is it jackasses, Jack, as I, jackasses? Yes. Yes. Yes. Bury the hatchet. We have to bury the hatch. So that is a Native American origin. Two tribes decided to settle their differences and live in harmony, the chief of each tribe buried the war hatchet in the ground to signify agreement. Now you know. And now you know, and knowing is half the battle, GI Joe. Speaking of like, not knowing what things mean, when you are in your car and you're driving and there is people who have a sign on their cards, like a yield sign, and it says baby on board. Yeah, this has been going on since 86. And why? Is it like a Rite of passage like you and I have 26.2 in our cars because we run marathons and we put those on there? Like people are like, yeah, I had a baby. No, I think it's so attractive trailers don't rerun them. Really? I tried your trailer was like, you know what? I'm gonna not rear end that car because it has a baby. I think tractor trellis don't want to rearrange anyone. No, I agree, but I actually don't know the origin of that and I didn't look it up. It's very strange. So if anyone knows, I mean, I think it's nice to not hit a car. I think any car. We should all put baby on board because we don't want people to hit our car. No, but just don't drive like a douche period. But then if there's a baby, I don't like it either. I had a baby. And I feel like it's like, hey, come steal my baby. Right. But people have weird bumper stickers like 26.2 can be annoying and I do have that. But I remember I had 13. I think that's annoying. We ran 26.2 miles. I feel like, you know what? I'm all right with that. Right. I remember when I had 13.1 on there forever and Kim shout out Kim Redman said, also not annoying. 13.1. She said, you know what? Nobody cares about a half marathon. You're only half done. And then I was like, I got my head, and then I wanted to run a marathon, even though I never wanted to run a marathon. Except it made something to you. Well, maybe so then that goes back to baby on board. Maybe those people. Yes. I mean something to me. I got a baby on board which is right. It's still doesn't make sense to me, but it's okay. There's a lot of weird bumper stickers out there. Please. Did you listen to green lights, Matthew McConaughey? Yes. He talks about bumper stickers. Yes. It's actually funny. Coexist. Oh, I like that one, actually. Wait, remember we were talking about what's the matter? You have a hard time on this. I'm just very cramping. We're all of a sudden we're on the floor. We're on the floor, and we're all of a sudden in our 80s because Jen's 80, I'll be 80, on Friday of next week. But we're all of a sudden old. We're not old. No, we're not. That I can't sit on the floor in this weird position. For like yeah, yeah, yeah. A long time, you know. We'll have to take a picture of this somehow. This is when you say all the time. Do you say this or I say this? I don't say that. Oh my God, Steve pell run says long in the tooth. So it means old. I love the way you just said that long in the tooth because it was like a very dope. What? I don't know, Brian told us not to pee pod. Oh yeah, no, sorry. I'm trying to tuck this way sideways. Look, you know it's better if food talks I always look at each other. Yeah, that's true, actually. Jen Jen's looking the other way. She's like, you know, you can get Marilyn Manson on our wall. I hung out with him. That's weird, I know. His friend had a stun gun. Okay. For real. In New Orleans. We were at the jazz fest and we stayed there on a Sunday Night, which if you ever go to New Orleans, do not stay the Sunday Night because of Sunday Night is like the weirdest night ever there. When is it? What jazz fest? Yeah, but what do you mean the Sunday Night? Like go there on Wednesday Thursday Friday night Saturday night, but leave on Sunday. When you stay on Sunday Night, it's the leftovers. It's after the jazz fest. Yeah, or anything. Any weekend, not just the Sunday nights. So we were there. We left over on the Sunday, and we hung out with Marilyn Manson. On the street. Coming out. Yeah. He was weird. I'm not surprised. I went to the bathroom. I had to go to the bathroom and one of his friends came with me who had a stun gun. That's weird. Especially at jazz fest, didn't he beat up Rose McGowan? Yeah, but this was like, you know, in our 20s. So it was like before he 5 years ago, but right before that. Okay. Yeah. Okay. He's a weird dude. Well, I knew that before you told me the story. Yeah. So back to long on the tooth. So Steve Kellerman says it all the time. Long on the tooth means when a horse. When a horse grows old, it gums recede. So you can examine the horse's mouth, and you can tell how old
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"But Jen is the best she like books are trips and I always never remember where we're going or where we went. I will remember saint Pete's beach. No, yeah. And I was like, delta. Can I help you out? Delicious dish. Yes. I think right, we got a lot of feedback about acid before. Yep. Is that where we're going on the last episode when Christine asinine said acid, which sounds like an ass full of iodine. Yes, it's acetone. I'm going to put it on my hemorrhoids. Thank you. Sorry. Actually, the actually I can't do that anymore. I got asked not to do that anymore, but we'll talk about that later. I always make fun of my step dad and say, we always say wean isms, but apparently, oh, you can't do that anymore? Oh, actually, I guess that's different. We know them because there are things that he says all the time. Me saying different. We had this thing on the beach today. I don't know if you guys have heard this. It's I say 6 to some half dozen others. That's not what that's not what it is. Which logically though it makes sense, right? Some people say 6, some people say half a dozen. 6 of one half dozen of the other, which makes no sense. Yes, it does. It's 6 of one group and half dozen of the other group. Yes, but I would think 6 of one would be 60%, not half a dozen. It's not half. I don't know. There is some logic behind my madness. So I have some funny 'cause we did some teen talk last time because I work with some teens, and they've taught me some new language, some of it I can't say, like, what waffle? But wow, you just went there. But I have teens. I'm pretty sure they've never said that we're in front of me. I hope not. I put soap in their mouth if they did that. I couldn't stop laughing. I was like, that's funny, but I should not be. Only if it wasn't your child. If it was my son who said that to me, I would die. Right. I know that's alarming. So a couple of things that my grandmother says, way before resting bitch face came out, we saw one of those today. Oh, we sure did. Yeah. Oh my God. She was a hot guy too, so sad. Oh, I met the other lady. Oh. We saw a couple apparently. Right. So in everybody knows, our RBF, is that right? Yeah, yeah, RPF. Shout out Jessica Cochran. She's got the best one. She got the best one. My nana used to say many years ago. She has a face like a spanked ass. Which is the OG are BF. She's so ahead of her time. She really is. I'm going to have her on sometime. Yeah. She's a 91 year old. Talk about nana's, she's gonna also rack it. Yeah, oh, so I have some fun little sayings and like what they mean. I sound like a Lexus right now. Hey, hashtag aw. Oh my God, I can see that. Right? Yes. What is it? Everybody knows when you say, oh my God, I'm gonna make a beeline for the bar and get a cocktail right now, right? You said it, yeah. Right. Oh yeah. So beeline in the past, people believe that bees flew in a straight line to their hive. So if you make a beeline for something, you would straight for it. EG the bar. We told you that what a room looked like, Jenny so awesome. She brought our podcast up so we could do this here while we're here at this conference. We're doing research. And we are sitting in this 70s room on the floor on pillows, like Chinese food style, or Japanese Japanese. I'm not going to sing. And we can't talk about what happened at legal seafood, right? No? No, no. No. Okay. Oh, oh, this is that, no, no, go. That's similar. Okay. That's similar to my saying. So everyone's everyone knows what a baker's dozen is. What does it mean, Christine? 13. Yeah, so you put a little bit more in. Why did you do that? Wait, what do I win? I'm a washer and dryer. You win a washer and dryer. I need one. Oh, you do? I was just joking. Yeah, I know, and I'm just kidding. A baker's dozen means 13. This old saying is said to come from the days when bakers were severely punished for baking underweight loaves. Some added a loaf to the batch just to avoid suspicion of being a cheapskate, don't be suspicious be suspicious. But that actually, that sounds very aggressive. No, I like it. Add a little bit of a loaf, a loaf. Add an extra cookie. Will ya? Yeah. Oh, we have a nice baker friend named Nelson. Oh, he's great. He makes the funniest funniest stuff. He makes the funniest stuff. Yeah. Right? I mean, his the things that he puts on his cakes are. What do you mean? Like, he puts really funny. They can't make funny things. Yeah, inappropriate at that time. He had Golden Girls party, which is fun. But he has made dick cupcakes. Yeah. Yeah, another things too. He's funny. I mean, not to digress, but I work with some younger people. And they're dating, like people are dating. People that I work with now that I knew, yeah. And I just want to tell everybody out there the men typically, people with dicks. Dick pics are never okay. Don't send a dick pic. Oh no. No one ever actually liked that unless you're in a committed relationship. And then you ask. Ask. May I have a dick pic? No, no, no, if you're the dude wanting to send the dick pic. Ask, can I send you a dick pic? Hey, hey, hey. I'd like to, yeah, if it's like a committed relationship, not like a. Oh, there's a story I didn't even tell you that I can't believe I did not tell you. Tell me. I can't. Tell me. I can't. I can't on air. I can not. I feel like we're on a radio station. No, you have to tell me. Just tell me. Oh, I actually can't. You have to tell me. Offline. No, I forgot. I can't do this. You have to do it. Go. No, you have to. I got recently some pick sent to me. Unsolicited. Way unsolicited. Yeah, it was horrible. Oh no. Yeah. I had to block said person. Who lives locally and did something nice for basically did something nice in honor of Devin and used that as a way to get to me and then sent me a message and then asked me to text him and then I just thought it was nice because you and I are like, oh, thanks so much. No, and Jen and I are both like, oh, oh, you have bunnies in your van sure will I look at them? Candy? Candy? I guess we'll go for a ride. Yes, we both are. We both are you. No, no. No. Anyway. Create a disagree. So he said, can you text me instead instead of so I was with Joe, jolly rancher. Yeah. I'm like, he's like just message him. He's like, thinking it's fine. No, Joe, tell her, never to message. I know. And I was like, I think it's kind of weird. Okay, yeah, sure. He did something so nice. So then he sends me a message and asked me to go out for a drink. And I was like, oh, my boyfriend wouldn't like that. And then he goes, can I send you me? Or meat? Right, no, it was me. And I was with Joe, and he goes, oh. Oh my God. That means he needs to send you meat. And I was like, no. And then I just ignored, and then the next day I got to, oh my God. I can't believe you didn't tell me this. 'cause
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"And we are not sponsored by high noon, but we would really love to be. Yes. Hey, I know. Hey. But we love high noons. We do. And who doesn't love a high noon? Exactly. And it's high noon somewhere. Always. Always. Wait, what was the happy hour? First of all, we'll tell that when we heard that in the water today, the happy hour, quote, we were like, oh my God, that's amazing. Happy hour is every hour? No, no, no. It was a different one, that lady that we met that was like Sarah Sorensen. Yes, mother. Or what her mother would be. Right. But wait, hold on, right? So we are live. We're alive from saint Pete's beach. We're at this awesome little surf motel hotel. It's like a 70s movie. Yeah, it's called the postcard and on the beach. Yeah. So fun, so cute. Yeah. You surfboards everywhere. There's people walking by our room right now. Our motel room as we're doing this. And they can see us. And we're naked. It's very much the 70s. There are these pictures on our wall of 70s surfers, and there's this one picture that's over my bed that looks like Marilyn Manson's like, nope, not Marilyn Manson. Person. Nope. Now Marilyn Manson. Charles Manson. Wow, is that a perfect segue into our episode? Oh my God. Oh my God, Charles Manson. It looks like one of the girls that followed him. And then they killed the people. The whole thing. Not Marilyn man. Is that a picture of Sharon Tate? Oh my God. No, right? You're super pretty. It reminds me of a conversation we had yesterday that we can't say I'm a podcast. What's that? I don't really know. Yeah, that word that sounds like Tate. Taint. Oh, wow, you said. Well, but I can't say what my stepdad used to say. So we'll leave it at that. I know you couldn't even say it for a long time. I was dying laughing, trying to tell Jen. Oh my God. Yeah. We love reviews, especially when they're good. Ha ha ha. Especially when they're making fun of us. Yeah, no, but there's some awesome reviews on Apple podcasts and we're on every podcast platform. But I wanted to read a couple and we're grateful, hugely hugely grateful for your rate review, shares, all of the above. So the first one says these two bitches are lunatic. Oh my God, really? No, I'm kidding. So, hey, we didn't cheers, you know. Oh. Yeah, I know, we got to stop and just cheers, because I love a good cheers. Cheers. Cheers. All right, we've kind of been having beverages all day. So this is like shenanigans alive. Wait, okay, so we did like a 6 mile walk this morning and after 5 miles, Christine, it was like 1115 in Christine's like, let's get a drink. And it was Tito's with blueberries, and Ginger beer. It was amazing. But we're here to start we didn't even say we're here to celebrate our birthdays. Yes. And we're in a little podcast meeting. We had a podcast meeting. They both coincided beautifully. Yes. And it's my favorite weekend because it's the only time that Jen's actually older than me. Oh, for fuck's sake. I know, it's great. Yeah, I'm 12 days older, and so she's already fantastic. Yes. I will be 37 soon. Oh my God. Read the reviews. Okay. All right, so first or your two P's in a pod. Thank you for taking the time and strength to share your stories, but most importantly, thank you for sharing your beautiful friendship with the world. Looking forward to many more stories, libations and belly laughs with YouTube bravo ladies, bring on the next episode. Oh, that's very sweet. Are they all like anonymous? No, this one is from CGP NY. I mean, so essentially anonymous. Yeah. Love you. I know who that is. Oh, you do, who? See, GP. Christy, yeah. Primrose. Oh, we love you. Thank you. Love the energy and conversations between Jen and Christine as they share their stories authenticity and vulnerability. No, it actually says authentically. Okay, whatever. Wow, we are doing like role reversal. No, we're sure not. You're the one who said Marilyn Manson. Okay, but then you just said the wrong thing, which I love, which is like a perfect thing for us to talk about after this. Seems to happen all the time. Okay. Heidi, I know who this is, I think. So there's 73 reviews at least on just Apple. Thank you. Thank you, and we love reviews. Another excellent episode ladies. I find myself counting the minutes until your next one. It's funny how during every episode it's like I hear something that I really needed to hear at that very moment, dark humor is the best humor. Thanks for sharing. That's Heidi. Kiefer who I work with and I love her so much. Oh my God, that's so sweet. That's very sweet. 'cause I feel like we're tooting our own horn right now. No, we're not tooting our horn, but we really love your feedback. We've never read these reviews. People have read them and told us our incredible podcast producer was like, you guys have the best. We have the best listeners. We're lucky. We do. So they mean a lot to us. And they help other people listen to our podcast. So thank you. Right. So the title song is amazing. That's my Molly daughter, Molly. Your baby girl is super talented. Your stories are hilarious, but also poignant. I love that word. Silent G and inspirational, amazing balance, listen to them all, and always walk away with something. Thank you for being so real, love you ladies and your guests were so thankful for our guests as well. Oh, so grateful, right? And I agree, I told you, I was just, I started a new job, and I was in Israel. The people that work there are so incredible and everyone started listening to our podcast and I had a couple of people say to me, hey, can you find that song on YouTube? So I definitely think you should do that Molly is so talented and the fact that she wrote that song for you and I and our friendship was pretty freaking awesome. I know. Yeah, I know. She's a good girl. What a good girl. Yeah, no, she writes songs a lot and she writes her own lyrics, so very proud of her. So it's awesome. I don't want her head to swell, but so we might not put her on YouTube yet, but we'll think about it. So I've got to tell you, saint Pete's speech, if you've never been. Amazing. It is the people watching. Oh, it's in Florida. First of all, there's a lot of bums showing. Yeah. Well, I mean by our beach, I feel like that happens. Yeah, and they're not all bad. Some of them are good, but we've had some people come up to us and just share their full life stories. Whole life, yeah. And they seem like mannakee. Yeah, yeah, they might be. I mean, I feel like here, it's a party. It's a good time. There's literally like, I don't know, 25, 30 beach bars within a half a mile. You can walk to via beach. We do. Hey, do you want to tell everyone how I travel? Yes. You travel like a toddler, which is fine because I do too when I'm with Brian. But I have her boarding pass. I have Texas in. Yeah, I check her. And pack her bags. I pack my bag, which I did in 15 minutes. I didn't even know what I had. But Jen. She was like 16 bras. Yeah, no one two pairs of shirt. Jen. So she's son's pants.
Breitbart: Republican Currently Leads Oregon Gubernatorial Race
"Just a little side note a little story that Jim shared with me earlier So I was like oh this is interesting So there's a Republican is leading the Oregon governor race I was like he kind of threw that out as a one off And I'm like hang on that's interesting I don't have to tell you what the Pacific Northwest is like It's pretty much like it is here in California but with less deodorant And so here is an article from breitbart Conducted between May 25th and 27th a new poll from Nelson research showed that Christine draws in had 29.5% of support out of 516 likely voters while Democrat Tina kotek had just 27.5% of support with a margin of era 4.3% independent Betsy Johnson trails with just 19.4% of the vote Now I don't know Nelson research is pretty reputable I don't know how much stock you want to put into that small of a sample size but these pollsters do know what they're doing for the most part With some exceptions we've seen as we know over the last few years But I just find it interesting that that that's even a headline Things are shifting
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"Can you get any more appropriate than that to chicks? Cheers. If you've never tried to chicks, oh my God, they have a ton of flavors, but this elderflower and pear is my favorite. So yummy. And we just found out all of their products are gluten free. Yay. Yay. Okay, I can have it, 'cause it was gonna be a dry podcast for me. Oh God, no. I would never have said no one ever. Yeah. So I have not seen you. We've gone like weeks. And then you were on vacation. It was April break, you were super sick, it would break so we haven't even had full on lengthy hourly conversations. So we're gonna have to catch up here. Yeah, 'cause we're limited time. Which is crazy. What the hell? So you've been up to nothing, I see. You ran a marathon. You started a new job. I did. I did. Wow. Eating well. Meredith, maybe not so well, but it's all good, I'm so glad I saw you. Oh my God, that was the best thing. First of all, I hosted Easter, right? Not no surprise there with ten males, and I'm the only female. I did get some help a little bit. My brother in law is the greatest. We love you, Jay. Yeah, we love you, Jay. And my boyfriend, Charlie rancher, helped out some too. But at 9 o'clock I was like, I'm gonna go sit in the living room on the floor and try to stretch, which I didn't do the entire training. But I was on my feet from 6 45 till 9, and then went to bed with three children, three dogs, and a dude. Yeah. You've been there before the night before a marathon. It's like revolving door. Oh my God, I slept with Christine. And three kids and a dog. Three kids are evolving in and out of the bed. I was like, this is the night before the marathon. I'm nervous anyway, but I slept like a baby. You did. I know that's like a real baby. 45 minutes. No, you actually said you slept so sorry. I did. I did. There were new men in the bed though. It was very much like college. There were new men in the kidding. I was not like that. We're new men, the bed is. I thought you were kidding about there being men in the bed. With a man in the bed, boys. Yes, they're boys. Yeah, they're now. So anyway, so we got to the marathon. Get to go to this awesome house, which I keep forgetting I need to send flowers to them. And then I started running with Joe, actually, the first. I saw you guys on the app, you were right on top of each other. Yeah. So mild to ish. We both had to go to the bathroom. He's on that same cadence. We can go away. The three of us on a road trip because we'll stop every 45 minutes to go to the bathroom. It's great. We need a check. Yep,
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"And then once she got there, I don't remember how many days it was, but I remember they were pretty, they nailed it. Yeah. You know, they were telling me asking, you know, how much longer I just want this to end, she's suffering. We're all suffering. I want her to be at peace and they were very accurate. And you know what? Both Amy and I worked there. At that time. Did you realize that? Well, hospice of the north shore now has cared dimensions, but we so Amy gray probably came in and out of your life over there. Probably because she was working there. Wow. I never knew that. During those years. Yeah. Yeah, but they were heaven sent. And other amazing over there. Like I said, I had a weird way of grieving and they handled me exactly how I needed to be. My mom died in my arms. And they were just unbelievable. I wouldn't even know how to console somebody like that. And they just let me hold her, but I had to keep my eye shut because I didn't want to remember her any other way. And they guided me out of the room after and they were, they were great. Yeah, they're like living angels over there. Yeah. And then my nightmare began. Or continued. But wow. Yeah.
Talk of race, sex in schools divides Americans: AP-NORC poll
"A a a a new new new new poll poll poll poll shows shows shows shows Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are deeply deeply deeply deeply divided divided divided divided over over over over how how how how much much much much children children children children in in in in K. K. K. K. through through through through twelve twelve twelve twelve schools schools schools schools should should should should be be be be taught taught taught taught about about about about racism racism racism racism and and and and sexuality sexuality sexuality sexuality a a a a new new new new A. A. A. A. P. P. P. P. nork nork nork nork poll poll poll poll shows shows shows shows Americans Americans Americans Americans lean lean lean lean slightly slightly slightly slightly toward toward toward toward expanding expanding expanding expanding not not not not cutting cutting cutting cutting back back back back discussions discussions discussions discussions of of of of racism racism racism racism and and and and sexuality sexuality sexuality sexuality but but but but roughly roughly roughly roughly four four four four in in in in ten ten ten ten say say say say the the the the current current current current approach approach approach approach is is is is about about about about right right right right Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans see see see see the the the the fight fight fight fight over over over over school school school school curriculum curriculum curriculum curriculum as as as as a a a a winning winning winning winning culture culture culture culture war war war war issue issue issue issue parent parent parent parent Brian Brian Brian Brian Wangenheim Wangenheim Wangenheim Wangenheim lives lives lives lives in in in in California California California California no no no no kid kid kid kid should should should should be be be be forced forced forced forced to to to learn learn learn about about about anything anything anything if if if they they they don't don't don't want want want I I I think think think kids kids kids should should should be be be able able able to to to have have have more more more say say say and and and their their their education education education in in in Texas Texas Texas parent parent parent Christine Christine Christine Donnelly Donnelly Donnelly says says says she she she wants wants wants her her her daughter daughter daughter to to to grow grow grow up up up viewing viewing viewing people people people equally equally equally and and and know know know that that that no no no matter matter matter what what what body body body you you you were were were born born born in in in the the the matter matter matter how how how you you you present present present generalizing generalizing generalizing matter matter matter what what what the the the color color color of of of your your your skin skin skin is is is that that that everybody everybody everybody as as as a a a person person person and and and deserves deserves deserves to to to be be be happy happy happy healthy healthy healthy and and and deserves deserves deserves respect respect respect the the the poll poll poll shows shows shows fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent of of of Americans Americans Americans say say say parents parents parents have have have too too too little little little influence influence influence on on on curriculum curriculum curriculum I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"Against it and puts his balls on the wall and turns around and I don't exactly know what the phrase means, mom. Yeah. It means go hard. That's right and that's what we did. Yeah, we went. Yeah, on a Wednesday. Wednesday. So we went to the Woodstock and up in Lincoln, gorgeous place. And then we went to pub 32, which is a guaranteed good time, apparently. Yes, it looks like it's closed, the shades are low. And they stay open to all times. Yes, doesn't matter. There's actually no hours posted. And everyone there is named Mark. Correct. Including lady. We did post on our Instagram, which is she underscored nannies, podcasts, so follow us. We posted the picture of us on the bar, standing on the bar, which brought back a lot of memories, because we have danced on many a bar in our day. And you fell off one. Yeah, I think more than once backwards. Took down a whole bar with me. Meat packing industry in New York City. That's correct. Remember? You hit your head? Yes. Okay. Yes, I do, yes. I had a VIP card for life. Was that coyote ugly? No. Hugs in half hugs. No. Because there's one here in Boston too. I thought it was hugs and have fun. No, but that's what coyote ugly was. That's where we went from my bachelor party. And I danced on the barn. Oh yeah. Through extra bras that people brought me, not my own. I think I probably threw that too. But here's the double date. Not mine. Not mine. Actually, at that time, they weren't double D, but they were full C, remember my mom called you and said to Christine get a boob job. Remember? Yeah. I was like 98 pounds with like full, solid seas. Thank you 1990s birth control, right? Yeah, I just borrowed them from the pill.
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"Really realize it wasn't the right Paula for a minute or two. So we chatted and she's going Christine. It's Paula covis. Whatever hurts she goes, she's still right on my babies, but so that was probably weird thing. When we're talking about o-b-gyns, I mean, there's that. She's like, do you have anything to tell me? Right. Yes, I'm at a bar and I'm drinking. Can we talk therapy? Yes. Hashtag not pregnant. Hashtag definitely not pregnant. But we also like you and I always have these same things and you had the stomach bug. And then I went out for a long run on Friday and I started vomiting mile 6 and I continued. Our listeners are going to love this. And now I booted. And I continue to my late. And I was like, man, I should probably call it quits. That's why my running my training for the marathon isn't so great, but I text on them. I think I'm severely dehydrated, which also could be accurate, except then that my gentleman friend also had it on the other end on the Saturn. Oh God, I don't think we need to tell. Yeah, so I think we both had the stomach bug and you and I always have these crazy. What are we calling your new friend? Jolly rancher? Oh, that's good. Jenna, I used to make up. We've probably talked about this, but names for people, but we can come to jolly rancher. He is referred to as my boyfriend. Oh, he's your boyfriend? You have a boyfriend? I have a boyfriend. You're somebody's girlfriend? I am. Wow, I know. I hope this one's stuck. You got my kids on Sunday. You hope this one's sticks. I did too. I'll keep his eyes around for a long time. He has such nice eyes. He does, yes. He does. I was going to, as previously mentioned, I was going to put a number on the date on the time that I met him.
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"A I love you. I love him so much and I didn't have the opportunity to meet him here in the physical but I am so honored that I get to know Devin in spirit and I'll tell you he has been with me in several different reading situations. He was with me this morning before I came here making bacon and chill out loves bacon. I'm not your attention. Yeah. I always ask before I am reading for anyone and I didn't know if I was going to be reading today or just talking about whatever we were going to talk about today. But I did ask Devin I said definitely I'm having kind of an off morning. I helped me to sort of raise my vibrations. And he was just right there. I mean, this kid well, first of all, talk about the way he loves his mom. This kid loves his mom like he is just with you all the time just rooting for you leading you to the people that, you know, you're supposed to be with opening the doors that need to be opened and helping you have the courage to close the doors that need to be shut. There is a reason why I mean we all think he's so special. It's not just he is special. He's just phenomenal. I've never met someone in spirit that has stuck with me so much. He's this little guy that gives me, you know, so that reading that the first reading where I met you, he helped me get through the rest of that reading. And I've never had that before. I mean, he helped support me through that. And even right now, right now he's making me feel calmer. He's funny too. He's hilarious. So he could be your funny guy too. He's like, he is really funny because he also does stuff like does he hide? Well, I think last time I talked about him hiding, but I just feel him so even when we walked from just the kitchen into this room, it's just like, I feel him behind that door over there at the door to this room. And it's like he's gonna peek out and sort of go or come out of the shower curtain and just go, boom. Oh yeah. He did that all the time. And in the physical he did yeah. Yeah, this door? Probably. I mean, he was like a prankster like my mom, and I feel him just, oh, you know, just like just thinking to tell our listeners what room we're in. So we're in my back room that is now like my office slash exercise room. My woman cave. This is the room that Devin died in. And when you did, he ascended, you're right. Do you know what it is? For me, I send it such a better word, but when people say like, oh, I'm sorry for I'm sorry you lost your son or he passed away. And I'm like, no, no, he didn't. He died and he died. So for me, that's probably not, I mean, it's not the softest thing to say. So you just want to slap people on the face of the words. But I'm like, I didn't lose him. I know where he went. Or but anyway, we're in this room and when you were sitting here the last time you were like, I feel him over in the right hand corner. And that's where his hospital bed was and where he died. Right. Yeah, I wasn't sure if you lived here if he lived in the I didn't know if he had moved since then or whatever. I definitely think he's everywhere in this room. In every way. I mean, he is always such a love. He's such a light. He's such a, he's like you're giggle. He makes you giggle. And I feel him. I feel him taking your sometimes your moments of when you feel like you're on the struggle bus, if you will. Your words not mine. Yeah. But I feel him turning that into laughter. I can't imagine what it feels like going through that, but I do know, I do know Devon on this side of things and he's just so here. And he is so on just mom's team. And he is like, here for you and he is just, oh, my biggest fan. Again, like I said, I feel he's really helping you close doors that need to be shut. And I mean, it's really hard to close doors, right? We like to keep them a little bit open sometimes. Christine does. And of course, those can be like you're just in case doors. Yes. Just slams it shut. And she's like, that's good. That's really good. But lay, and I'm like, shut it, shut the door, Christine. No need to keep it open a jar. Yeah, so between Devin and Jen, you're all set. There's so many new things in your life that you're in the midst of it already. There's so many things coming for you too. This is a time of change. This is really beautiful. It's like, I just feel it's great that it sort of coincides with the seasons, you know? And they say that. Spring time is coming and all of these new things are coming for you. I do believe the first time I met with you. I don't know how personally it's like, no, there's nothing off the table. You can go for it. I do remember not feeling a relationship in your energy, but feeling like one was coming. But I didn't know that then that you were actually in a relationship, but I didn't feel that man's energy in your energy. All I felt was that Devon and her mother were going to be bringing you somebody else. Yeah. And that ended. As it should have been you were spot on with timing. So just saying, yes, yes. You did say, I would meet someone in January, and I did indeed. Yes. I didn't know for a lot to talk. We try to say nothing's off the table. I know that Devon major league high fiving right now. He's so rad. And he just didn't use. He's just so rad and I think I told you it was somebody that you'd already met and you're like, I don't think so. I don't really know anyone. But I could feel his energy in your energy already. And I feel it right now and I just so happy and so good and so calm and so exciting but at the same time it just feels so at home. You know so and you deserve all of those things and Devin just knows that and brings that right to you. It is like so comforting to hear you say these things and to hear you talk about Devin in the present like in the current like he's here and for any of our listeners who have never had the opportunity. I mean there are people who I'm sure are not as authentic, right? But if you guys are local I mean, I can't tell you how happy it makes my soul and you know and I said to you yesterday too like I had a tough day yesterday in the morning. And like to have that is such peace. But I don't know Devin any other way. I know, saying like, but it's like a warm blanket for you. Yeah. Like a hug. From him. And he was the best hugger. Yeah. He was always on. He was always on me. On her. Sleeping all the time. Yeah. And I think you can feel it too. Yeah. I'm not trying to put in a plug for myself or for anybody else. But if you can, if you are, you know, if you can find somebody that can help you sort of, if you've lost somebody in that there are ways that you can sit and connect with them energetically so that you can feel them. Giving us the thumbs up, right now comes to do that all the time. 'cause he's giving me the thumbs up, right now. Let's actually make me cry. The entire time he was sick. Especially towards the end when he wasn't communicating. Like he wasn't talking, but I did not see that. Because he was still communicating so much with me. But everything was a thumbs up. And everything. Everything. Like when John Cena came, he was doing this
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"That gap. Also just recognizing that that all of us here in this physical life were all spiritual beings. It might sound a little cliche, but saying we're just walking each other home. It's so true, it is so true. We are all just walking each other at the same place. And some of us get there before the rest of us. And we're all here to teach each other things. We're all here to learn things, we're all here to grow. We're not here to be comfortable. We're here to learn how to sit in the uncomfortable. Oh, boy. We're learning how to sit. We're learning how to sit in these spaces that feel really uncomfortable. And we are doing that. And you so are you guys do it with such grace? I don't think I'm good at it. And I feel like the universe is like, you know what? I'm just going to keep you giving more on comfortable. Let's just make this. I'm just kidding. No, but nobody, but even your text the other day when you're like, well, I was on the struggle bus and then I decided to get the heck off of it. Yeah. You know what? I don't like to step on it. Yeah, you do a great job, and I mean, but I guess the lesson here is that the message rather is that there's no right way to do it. There's no wrong way to do it whatever you're doing however you're feeling however you're going through whatever you're going through. You guys, it's totally okay. It is all okay. And it's all part of your journey. Some people, I mean, I know many people who say, I'm fine, I'm fine and they carry fine just really beautifully, you know? We hate it. Absolutely hate that word. What fucked up insecure neurotic and enthusiast? It's true. I know, I know. I didn't really know. Fine. I feel like when you lose somebody, you sort of become part of this club where it's like, okay, now I know how it feels. You know, those who experience that loss and those who haven't. And it is part of our experience. It's a shitty no one wants to be in. There's no good card for it. There's nothing to say. I mean, it's really there's no rush like first sorority and you get to pick just one shitty club. But I will say not to get too personal, but I did experience camp personal. Okay. Well, my grandmother sended last summer. I was able to be with her during her Ascension for that. As odd as it may sound, that was one of the best times of my entire life. It was one of the most special times of my entire life. I am so honored that I got to be a part of that. And it was just so beautiful to be able to sit with her and with my sisters and my mom during that, that I would not change that for the world. It was just a feeling that I treasure and I will never forget. It was such an honor. It's beautiful. It is beautiful. And you know who will agree with you. Yes. Are the hospice nurses of the world because they view that passing or crossing over as being a beautiful experience. I mean, it really was, I didn't know how I was going to feel. The night before my sisters weren't, we were in my grandmother's house, my sister's wearing one room and my cousin was in the other room and I snore, so I was in the living room. You and me both kid. And one point. It just, you know, I'm sort of writing in my journal and at one point I stand by this. I heard a bang and it's sort of a flicker. I think everyone else is asleep, but I went running into my cousin's room like I learned how to fly that night. I swear to God, I blew on top of her jumped on top of her. I think I peed my pants a little bit. And I was like, tangled. And I was like, can I sleep with you? She's like only if you promise not to snore. She's like, of course, you know. That's what that scene happened. I can't believe I just said that. But yeah, it was just really so, yeah, it was startling. But going through all of that together and being able to be there for each other. And for my grandmother, it was beautiful. It was beautiful. Yeah. I agree wholeheartedly. I feel like sometimes two when you're in that, you're in that moment that you're feeling all that and then afterwards you're like, what the hell just happened? I just said it's okay to go. It's okay. And I'm like, no, no, I didn't mean that. I did not mean that I want to take it back. I know. I've said that too. Letting the person even who they when they're not responsive and just talking to them when they're in that non responsive phase, they can hear they absolutely can. I always say that, but even if you're feeling lost or stuck or sad, whatever you're feeling, just remember that your soul knows the plan. It really is, yeah. I agree. And then it's a connection that is beyond, you know, we're talking here, we're using our words, but it really is like mind bullets. We really can just read sort of. What's going on? And I know you guys can do that together, yes. We have full on conversation with our eyes. Right. For sure, we'll be in a place like something sketchy is going on in Jen and I can look at each other or something weird or something funny or whatever and we can, even when we were wearing masks, I was really critical. The same car, we do. We've been on many honeymoons together. So I have a question for you or two. You can make a choice. Oh, anything. So one, if you wanted to tap in for a minute, if you could, or two, you could tell us the funniest weirdest spirit that's come to you. So either one. So if you're comfortable Tapping in for a minute, you can do both. Awesome. And if not, you can tell us. Well, you know, I always get choked up when I connect with Devin because, well, the first time that I ever got to connect with Devin, Christine, I met you at it was sort of a group reading. It was even Jackie and I felt like I got hit in the head really hard and that's when sort of Devin came in and as soon as he got here, I didn't know I had never experienced a physical pain like that before in a reading and it really threw me to the point where I wasn't sure it was going to be able to continue. I actually remember that and you said, oh my head and we all looked at each other because you didn't know who you were meeting with before you saw this and so it just really it threw me. But then Devin came in and it was almost like holding my hand through it.
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"Was one of them. Yes. I was like, yes, it is. It's a great one, right? Yeah. I thought we coined it. No? She, man again. Yeah. What else you got for me? In this game, like this, say life was a game. The game of life. You want to play a quick game of life? This is our lot. These are our lives. What is your number one rule now? Now that you've learned so much in life, what's your number one rule? Honestly, wait, number one rule for me or someone. In your life. I don't know. Positivity for sure. I mean, it sounds so whatever, but I would say positivity and kindness. And fun, like, live life every freaking day. I don't know. Those aren't really rules. What is yours? You've got a good one. I haven't really thought about it. I agree with live each day. Not like it's your last. That's a song. I don't want you to sell your shit and everything. But I'm trying to do that actually. Don't accelerate shit. Jesus. No, just stuff that I don't need anymore. Okay. Actually, I'm going to tell you one other awesome phrase. Okay, squirrel. I know. Second Life. So I'm selling stuff from first life. Okay. I first live Second Life. This one for me, rocks. So I guess my number one rule is trust your intuition. Oh yeah. Yeah. Like follow it, trust it. Don't make excuses for it. Trust it. I've learned that through life and I completely stand behind that. Yeah, I do too. And I believe in that wholeheartedly 1 million. Percent and I'd have to say I'm not a very good I'm getting so much better at it, but do you remember when Devin was sick? He had actually a horrible first neuro oncologist. But she used to say to me all the time, trust your gut. In like, I mean, it's kind of different because there's no protocol for DIPG kids, but I feel like that was when you think about the universe and putting things out there and whatever. That was such a poignant phrase for me. Right. I'm so glad I didn't use that incorrectly. And we don't. As people as women, especially, we don't trust our gotten a lot of ways. And I think it's really important. When you think someone is a little sketchy, lying to you, betraying you, whatever it is, like trust your gut. You don't even need to act on it right away. Because sometimes we can be jumped to conclusions or whatever, but just, I know. I didn't trust my instinct for a long time to go. Yeah. I mean, I'm gonna not really put that whole phrase out there, but I used to say this thing. And I would say all these things happen, but not this one thing. And she just go, yeah? Yeah. Yeah. I had no proof. I just have it intuition. I should listen. I should listen to your intuition also. Okay. I'm just going to interject right now and I'm going to say. So I met a friend. Do I say this? I did 'cause I said you're my gatekeeper. Yeah, but then we did an elaborate. Oh, we didn't. So I met a friend companion. Yeah. Super hot one too. Anyway, Jen's gonna meet him today. Christine loves love. I do, but I love love in all capacities, like not to say, oh, we're not saying love. We're just saying it's Valentine's Day. No, but I love love with like, I tell my Friends, I tell you, every time I'm getting off the phone with you that I love you. I tell my people, I do love love. Anyway, I have a super hot friend that Jen's actually gonna meet and it's a guy. Oh yeah, yeah. Well, I said hot. I mean, I guess I could be the right thing. I like men. Yes. So I'm a super hot friend named Josie. No, we're not going there. Oh my God, I didn't even know. Yes, you did. No, I didn't. I was gonna say Joanne. Okay, still same. Anyway, we might we'll talk about it in another podcast and see what happens. But she's like, she's my intuition. Lisa. She does. She's my, she's my gut, 'cause I love love and I get like, but I'm so much better. I'll be able to tell in the first minute I'll report back. To me, not all of you. To all of you, I'll go on late night, by myself. She'll be on insta check, wait for it. I will read it just for those of you who are following on Instagram. Podcast on Instagram, I will put a number up there, zero to ten, zero being shitty, ten being the best. This is what Jen does to me though if I go on a date, she's like, sent me a number. Send me a number. And I would say he's the highest number I've ever sent you. Was it 9? No, it was a 9, yeah. It was a 9, yeah. Which is definitely the highest. You just said, wow, you can really dance. Wow. You can really down. What's next, girly? Well, wait. What is it? We're 36 minutes. Oh shit. We don't want to bore you guys. One more thing. Let's do one more. What is the funniest way you've ever broken the law? I mean, it's been with you. Should we say what happened in college? In high school. Suitcases of marijuana? No. No, no. No. No, I've never seen anything like it. Just to carry on. It was a suitcase. Wait, what? Yep. What are you talking about? Jen's my memory. Are you kidding me? No. Oh my God. In college? The college that you went to, which chance in and whales, university. Is that your theme song? No, do you remember Christy, Christy primrose? Otherwise known as Christy palmara when we were in college, saying at graduation, and she's saying that song. Is she drunk? Probably, but it was at 9 in the morning, but it was from the night. I actually think we did shots before. Graduation, for sure. But yeah, she's saying. And she has a gorgeous voice. I do not Jen knows. I will like harass her with my voice in the morning. You gotta get up, you gotta get up. Okay, so I'm gonna go. I want to say everybody sophomore year in college. I went to your Maslow amongst many other colleges. And sleeping over and there was a suitcase that was open that was full of it. Wow, I don't remember this. What? You know, isn't that how you got through college? Me? Are you paid for it? Oh, no, no. I mean, no, you can't. You can't get high on your own supply. So I don't think you did that much. I know. It wasn't a carry on. Yeah, no, I was kidding. I thought we were being, I thought you were being sarcastic. I was like, no. No, no, no. It was just a carry on. Check in. But that wasn't our breaking the law. We just were witnesses. No, it was you. No, I did not have a suitcase of that. What are you talking about? Somebody in your house did.
"christine " Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"Today's podcast pairing is with Josh, Cabernet, Sauvignon. Cheers. Cheers. It's been a hot minute since we've done this. Yes. We've been missing this. We took a little hiatus. I mean, we already had our season premiere, but we still had a little bit of time in between. These two episodes. And a lot's happened. A lot. So happy 2022 to everyone. Is it, is it happy? 2020 also. January for years. Oh my God, every day is a Monday. So, but we love it. Yeah. What's been happening with you? I think the same as you. The vid. So Christine and I both had COVID. Wait a minute. But I'm just going to backtrack and say my kids all had it one at a time. I had them for the entire time and then one would get out and it'd be like a couple days later and we'd be psyched around the clear and then the next one in jail back in jail. And then go. And then January 1st, I tested myself just on a whim because I was going to see my grandparents and I had COVID. Happy new year. January 1st. Bringing it in with a bang. Yep. And then a few days later I had it. Yep. Jen and I hadn't seen each other for like weeks. And we both ended up with COVID at the same time. And the irony of that is that when we were younger, Jen and I used to talk our parents not only I think we shared with you that we would be grounded together, but Jen and I used to be sick together. So if one of us, Jen had strap a lot and I had bronchitis a lot. And we would talk our parents into letting us be sick together. Right, which was a sham. Totally. I just think they were like, we can't, we can't deal with you. You're way easier together. Get out. That's how I deal with my child now. I always have a friend over. Jen one time I was not very kind to her. We were at her house, and she was head strep throat and couldn't breathe through her throat. It was so swollen. And she was snoring. Very loudly. And Christine hit me or cracked my toes 'cause she used to do that too, which is so good about that. Oh, actually. You have like an evil streak, and then she'd make a group face while she was doing it. And she was like, shut the hell up. And stop snoring. I don't think it was hell. No, it wasn't how, but it was insert F bomb. And now the irony of this is Christine snores like a 500 pound shot in. Yeah. I was gonna say that but I didn't know that was allowed to be sad. Shut up. Everything is. Nothing's off the table. Right. Everything goes. Yeah, I do snore. It's terrible. Like I have 500 pounds. I know. I need to have that surgery, but I'm terrified. If anyone has had that surgery to repair their septum, please, deviated septum. Is that what it's called? I don't know. Send me a message because I'm terrified of it, and I really should get it done because I'm a single lady anon. I'm sure no one wants to hang out with me. No. I mean, no, no. We share bad sometimes. We do. So then the other thing that happened is my papa who is like my angel on earth, yeah, passed away in the middle of January, and he was an amazing person who was just so kind and wonderful. And so I think one of the things we wanted to talk about today was some of the things that he used to do are the following. He used to be an over tipper. Even before any of this, you know, people were going through all this stuff, even when he didn't have a lot of money when he was younger. He used to just always give love the tip. I didn't have to make it gross. I don't get it. I didn't. I was saying I love it. I love a good too. That's it. You have a starting point. You just have a dirty mind. That's it. So over tipping is a big thing. And even holding the door, he used to hold the door for like, I mean, sometimes he'd be staying in there for 15 minutes. But you know what the door for everybody? Buying someone dinner, buying someone a coffee. It doesn't even have to cost anything. You know, giving someone a compliment saying, good morning, how are you? I noticed you do that a lot. I try. It's one of my favorite things of running in the morning because I'd love to say good morning to 20 people that you see out and then it's funny because you get some people look at you like with this weird look and that other people you get a good morning back and it's great. You know what's interesting in Maine when you're walking or running in Maine everyone in their car weaves to you? I know. I know him. I know her. Everyone, but here, if I wave at somebody, it's like, yeah, what's going on? Why are they waving? What is that person wants? Yeah. Are they going to come get me? No one's nice. But I have to interject and just say about your pop that I have fond memories too of us going there. Shenanigans, super late at night and whatever, but he really was the kindest kindest human being. And he always had a smile on his face. He was your male guy. Like he was your everything for your whole life. And I know you're tired of hearing of this, but what an amazing gift because you know I don't like the word blessing, but what an amazing gift that you got to introduce him to your daughter. And he gave you away your wedding and he just like, what a gift that he was on this earth for 91 years. It doesn't minimize anything at all. 90, 90, sorry. But nan's 91. Right. But like such a gift that he was on this earth for that long and he was such a goodness on this earth for so long. He was everybody's coach. He got the games together in the neighborhood. He was such a wonderful human. So I guess our message is, the ripple effect of kindness is so apparent. So if you can do one kind thing, even a little $0. Tell someone, they look nice, then someone feels better and they'll probably say something to someone else. I have a fundraiser for Susan G komen or it's actually not anymore. That's a whole other story. But we do a fundraiser in Maine and it's a great event, totally my mom started it. My mom lost her battle to breast cancer. And to be honest, she started it when she had breast cancer. Herself, but she started it to raise money for other people, not for her own fight, but she did it as a way to help other people, which was so selfless and we've carried it on over the years and raised a ton of money to help people in Maine with mammograms. And we always do a 50 50, which for those of you who don't know and don't go to the elks like I do. A 50 50 is when you buy tickets in order to get a cash prize. But typically, at the end, if it's for a charity or donation, typically people donate half or donate some of it back. Right. We were so lucky that most people literally donated the entire thing back, which was incredible, right? Until one year, someone
Remembering Rush Limbaugh One Year After His Death
"The great Rush Limbaugh went to heaven. He was special. I'll tell you what. All the times driving all across the country, it was a tradition. When I was first getting turning point USA started, I would rent cars, you know, I couldn't rent a car until I was like 22 or 23 or whatever. And I'd always be going to meetings. And I'd try to schedule my meeting so I could be in the car during rush. And so you'd Google Los Angeles, Russia affiliate. And I'd be driving from I don't know, Santa Barbara or Oxnard to Orange County. And I'd be making calls in between, but right there on the radio was rush. No matter where I was in the country I could always get my rush and so then my great friend Tom Patrick May he rest in peace. He was so special. He really got me on to rush when rush I think was at his best rush was at his absolute best. In my personal opinion, not that he was ever bad, but just when I think he was just hitting home run after home run during 2016, 17 and 18, those were the three years where rush was most needed when it was the Christine balls a Ford stuff. The Russia gate stuff and the Trump stuff in 16 rush was spectacular. He kept people at ease about Trump, he kept people at ease about the whole thing. He was he was just so special. I could go on about my stories. I got to know him personally. And he was a friend.
John Zmirak on Christine Blasey Ford's Fiction and His Friend Mark Judge
J.John's New Book 'Will I Be Fat in Heaven? And Other Curious Questions' Has a Special Endorsement
"I'm talking to canon J John, the new book is will I be fat in heaven and other curious questions. So you're telling us a story of being in Australia? Is this many years ago? Yes. Quite a few years ago. And so this young woman comes up to you at the end and says, I hated what you said, church destroys people. Absolutely. So I said to her look, have you got a few minutes and she was like, why? Really angry. I said, if you've got a few minutes, can we go and have a coffee? And she like, all right, let's go. So we just went to the cafeteria. We sat there. We got a coffee. I said, why, why are you so angry? And all this stuff just came out. And I just listened. I said, that was a Monday. I said, come and hear me Tuesday and we'll have a coffee. And she's like, I don't know. Anyway, she came went for coffee. I said, come and hear me Wednesday, we'll go for coffee. She came, we went for coffee. Come and hear me Thursday. We'll go for coffee. She came. We went for coffee. I'd say one meeting left, come and hear me Friday. We'll go for coffee, Friday. She's ransomed hilled restored and forgiven. That girl's name, Christine Kane. Ladies and gentlemen, on the back of this book, will I be fat in heaven and other curious questions? There's a blurb. An endorsement from Christine Kane. Some people because we have a very mixed kind of crowd who tunes into this program. Some people know who Christine Kane is many do not. So tell my audience who Christine Kane is. Well, and the interesting thing about that story, Eric is 5 coffees. 5 coffees help this restless girl and counter the tune living God. Well, she's a little dynamo. I think one of the most incredible things that she and her husband are doing is that they founded a ministry called a 21, which is anti human trafficking and has made such a difference throughout Europe and around the world. And she's a speaker. I mean, she's an ambassador for Jesus. Oh, she's a big she's a big
Virus Outbreak Busy Santa Malls Intro and Wrap
"Santa Claus is coming back to a mall near you after last year's absence because of code nineteen marry Christmas it might look a little different this year with Santa behind a plexiglas shield or wearing a facemask or Santa and the helpers are all vaccinated and we required that while in the shopping center people keep their masks on at the Hillsdale shopping center in San Mateo California marketing director Christine cook Jack says they're glad to have Santa back for the children Sonya black took her nieces well I haven't been getting back to normal you know kids is missing out on you know little little thing the number of jolly old elves available is down about fifteen percent in some areas leaving the remaining very busy for photos mall visits and whispered gift wishes I'm Jackie Quinn
Sir William Blackstone's Case for Self-Defense Holds True Nearly 300 Years Later
"William Blackstone from 1723 to 1780 said the following. Self defense is justly called the primary law of nature. So it is not neither can it be, in fact, ever taken away by the laws of society. William Blackstone, the architect of the western justice system. Said that self defense is justly called the primary law of nature. Think about the significance of what he's saying there. But if you're not able to defend yourself against an aggressor, then you are violating at the core, the social contract of your existence in the laws of nature and nature's God. Now Blackstone meant this both for people like Kyle rittenhouse and Brett Kavanaugh. You see black stone was not just saying that you should be able to defend yourself against the child rapist who wants to kill you, like Kyle rittenhouse, but also against people like Christine balls a Ford, who decide to come out and say, you know. I think you did something bad to me. And Brett Kavanaugh's should be able to say, that's not true. Blackstone understood that an aggressor going after an innocent that the innocent has a moral and biblical obligation to defend oneself. And that's really what's on trial here, isn't it? It's not just that Kyle rittenhouse, according to the activist media, should not have been able to defend himself in the street. It's not that just Kyle rittenhouse should not be able to defend himself against rosenbaum or whatever that freakazoid is. No, no, no. It's that Kyle rittenhouse should not even be able to defend himself in court.
State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments
"I want you to hear the first sentence in USA Today to give you an idea that you're talking about a media that is the American media. That no longer even professed to separate opinion from news. Listen to the first sentence of the USA Today, which is just the left wing propaganda sheet. This is proof. Listen to the first sentence. Given a chance to repudiate the lies and misinformation spread last week about COVID-19 vaccines. By Green Bay Packers quarterback and company pitchman Aaron Rodgers State Farm punted. This is the writer Christine Brennan. I wonder if she went to which journalism school she went to Columbia University of Missouri. Given the chance to repudiate the lies and menace information spread last week. What lies in misinformation did he spread? I'd like to read further. Aaron Rodgers has been a great ambassador for our company, for much of the past decade, a company spokesman said in a statement to USA Today, sports Monday morning. We don't support some of the statements he has made but we respect his right to his own personal point of view. Do you know how rare that is in America? This was the most common thing, said in the United States about speech. We may not agree with you but we respect your right to have a different opinion.
Star Gymnasts Give Chilling Testimony on FBI Mishandling of Larry Nassar Case
"Our listeners. There will be descriptions of sexual assault here so if you need to skip ahead. Now's the time but with that. Let's go to christine brennan sports columnists with usa today. Abc news contributor. And she's actually been covering the story since it broke which is years now right christina. What stuck out to you about this testimony yesterday brad. The power is in the platform. A lot of what was said by. Simone biles and allie race men michaela maroney and mcnichols. A lot of it has been in reports or has been printed in newspaper stories and online it. Some of it was new but a lot of it wasn't. I've had to be taken in an ambulance. Because i pass out and i'm so sick from just the trauma and it might not even be after a hearing like this it just hits me out of the blue to have us be reminded of the horrors of larry nassar to see these incredible women especially simone biles. Everyone just watched her six weeks ago in tokyo and all that she went through there i worked incredibly hard to make sure that my presence could maintain a connection between the failures and the competition at tokyo twenty twenty that has proven to be exceptionally difficult burden for me to carry. It is a reminder That that this denver goes away. Never goes away for them and though it in that means it shouldn't ever go away for us and they're survivors of larry. Nassar have a right to know why they're wellbeing was placed in jeopardy by these individuals. Who chose not to do their jobs to date. No one from the fbi. The us opec or usa. G has faced federal charges. other than larry