36 Burst results for "DAY"
Fresh update on "day" discussed on Balance of Power
"Bomb Bloomberg world Hank waters I'm Charlie hello We've got stocks advancing to down the S&P nez stack all rising as traders gear up for a string of earnings reports from technology heavyweights including Facebook after the bell while keeping in mind inflation concerns and rising COVID-19 risks Facebook shares down now by less than one tenth of 1% The S&P is up 21 We're looking at records up 5 tenths of 1% We've got the Dow up 61 up two tenths of 1% as back up 129 up by 9 tenths of 1% Ten year yield 1.63% sparkled of 8 tenths 1% 1806 ounce West Texas intermediate crude up two tenths of 1% 83 94 barrel what sort of a trading day are you having Elon Musk's personal fortune jumped by 28.5 billion dollars today to 281 billion after hurts global holdings placed in order for a 100,000 teslas and filings showed a fresh tranche of options in his moonshot pay package vested Tesla shares right now they are advancing by 9.4% I'm Charlie papa David Weston is a Bloomberg business flag.
9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
Mike and James Golden, AKA Bo Snerdley, Reminisce About Their Early Days Working With Rush Limbaugh
"We'll have moments that we relish professionally, personally, one of the most exciting days of my life was the day I was hired at what was at that time the biggest talk station in America, WABC radio. It was quite a journey from Ohio to South Carolina to Albany New York to New York City. And at ABC, I got to work down the hall from a guy named Rush Limbaugh, who is still missed and will be missed for forever. Taking way too young, fighting valiantly through cancer. And lost that battle. His beloved Beau snorkeling is become a great voice in his own right. Always has had a very prominent role in the whole Rush Limbaugh universe. Talk radio producer screener and host worked for 30 years with rush. He's got a podcast. He's a host now on WABC radio still in New York. He's got a new book coming out next month called rush on the radio, a tribute from his sidekick for 30 years. And it's with great joy that we welcome the great James golden AKA boast nerdly back to the Mike Gallagher show. Have you been my friend? Mike, you know what? I'm choking up listening to you because you just took me back on like two thirds of my life. I remember the day that you came to WABC. I remember the first day I saw you there with your white shirt and your tie and it's like, wow, you were so enthused and you were so good. So when you get a job where you get to work down the hall from the wizard. It's like getting a job in Oz and the wizard does not let you down. Rush was everything that you think he is and more and you are, too. I mean, and rush told me. He said you're going to love James and you were so kind to me and so decent and so smart and so funny and how could you not be? My gosh, you worked, shoulder to shoulder with a guy who has impacted this country for generations and you got to do it, James for three decades.
What Is the U.S. Government's Coronavirus Response Really About?
"And it's time to ask a very basic question What is this coronavirus response by our governments really about You know if you listen to them and take them at their word but you should never ever do by the way the word means nothing They'll tell you oh it's all about improving public health Solving the pandemic finding a way out of this You know I think a lot of sane rational sound reasonable people are starting to say ourselves really boy What is this about Is this really about public health anymore Because nothing they seem to be doing and I mean nothing seems to have any correlation or connection to public health whatsoever Doesn't seem to be advancing public health a lot of these governments around the world and their responses to coronavirus But it does seem to be doing a whole lot to advance this one thing Government control over your lives Totalitarianism tyranny government control The correlation there is high but the correlation to public health and improving the public health situation is tenuous at best folks the evidence is everywhere Do you notice if it doesn't involve if a treatment doesn't involve the two improved narratives right Or if one of their prescriptions doesn't involve what are the two approved narratives if you listen to my show every day you know it The only two approved the coronavirus narratives amongst the totalitarian left are get a damn vaccine and put a mask on your face Anything else will be squashed Now you have to ask yourself why is that Why is any other prescription squashed immediately made fun of called a conspiracy theory whatever Why is that Because the two approved narratives fit the tier of the tyrant's model of growing government tyranny and
Moderna says its low-dose COVID shot works for kids 6 to 11
"Madonna says a low dose of its covert nineteen vaccine works for kids ages six to eleven but during his vaccine is not yet approved for teens but while it awaits the go ahead it's been testing shots and younger children it says preliminary results show half the dose given to adults help kids develop virus fighting antibodies similar to levels in young adults who got full strength shots Madonna released its results a day before FDA advisers will publicly examined flies request to authorize its vaccine in kids ages five to eleven vaccinations could start next month the visor shots are already authorized for those twelve and older Sager made Donnie Washington
UN: Greenhouse gas concentrations hit a new record in 2020
"Greenhouse gas concentrations hit a new record high last year according to the world meteorological organization the increase in heat trapping gases in the atmosphere accelerated faster than the annual average for the last decade the United Nations weather agency released the day tennis annual reports using the change came despite the temporary reduction during pandemic related knockdowns the agency said concentrations of carbon dioxide methane and nitrous oxide what went above levels in the pre industrial era the period before seventeen fifty is considered as a time when human activities started disrupting US natural acrylic Priem I'm Karen Thomas
'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God
"Science. It's nothing less than astonishing. When you realize that the idea, most of us have heard in our lifetimes that faith and science are at odds, is not even slightly true. It is in fact the opposite. It's hard for us to shift our paradigms. But we need to, as I said, I write about it a lot in my new book. But a friend Michael gillan, we've had him on before, has a new book out on the very same subject called believing is seeing. He's a real scientist. Michael gill and welcome. Hey, Eric, it's so good to see you again, my brother. Looking forward to our conversation. It's great. It's great to see you and to talk to you. I love talking about all this stuff, especially with somebody who knows about it the way you do. You really came to faith later in life. You had been hostile to faith. And now you're writing books, explaining to people that faith and science are friends and that this is a lie that they're at odds. In the book you talk about how the latest discoveries in neuroscience physics astronomy, mathematics. Point to faith in many ways. Talk about that because I mean, what do you mean when you say neuroscience? I'm not even sure, do I know what neuroscience is? Signs of the brain. Yeah, yeah. It's a study of the brain and, you know, I remember when I was at ABC News, I did a story on the Harvard brain bank, which is the largest repository of human brains. I think in the world, certainly in the nation. So I went there. It's Ian Massachusetts, not too far from Harvard. I was also teaching at Harvard at the time, so it was convenient for me. And I remember being able to hold, they allowed me to hold a human brain in my hands. And even to this day, Eric, it was just a really weird feeling to think, you know, this is the essence of what we call humanity, if you will. Never mind discussions about soul and the spirit. I mean, this is where our personalities. This is where we reside in this two, three pound brain. And the human brain is made up of two hemispheres, the right and the left. And a lot of studies have been done on that. And I talk in the book about I think it was in the 70s when scientists physicians started treating patients with epilepsy by severing the corpus callosum, which is the cable like it's a very thick cable of nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres. And what they found was that when they, when they cut the two hemispheres, when they separated the two hemispheres like that, the epileptic seizures stopped. Not entirely but to a great degree. But there were some interesting side effects. And that's what I deal with in the book because ultimately I connect that research to my exploration of faith. It's a little bit complicated and we couldn't do it justice here, but I will say this much that when you when you look at these what we call split brain patients, these are patients whose hemispheres have been separated. They there's a lot of interesting side effects. For example, why quote one woman who goes grocery shopping, she's a split brain patient. And she finds that the two hands when she's reaching for groceries or putting groceries in the basket, they fight one another. And what I explain in the book is that what we've discovered from split brain patients is that our two hemispheres are basically at war with one
Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash
"Kyle Larson won his third straight NASCAR Cup series race in a four hundred mile test at Kansas Larson captured his ninth race of the season and with two races left on the schedule has a chance to become the first with double digit victories on the Cup circuit since Jimmy Johnson in two thousand seven Larson led a total of one hundred thirty laps on the day and this season has led the most laps in a season since the Cup schedule expanded twenty years ago Greg Echlin Kansas city Kansas
Brady tops 600 career TD passes, Buccaneers rout Bears 38-3
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated in all phases of the game and route to a thirty eight to three victory over the Chicago Bears Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes three of them to Mike Evans giving Brady six hundred two for his career thus far Jaelyn Jordan ran a punt back forty three yards to set up a letter of Fournette touchdown and the defense bottled up the bears all day Justin fields past four hundred eighty four yards but threw three interceptions fumbled three times losing two of them and was sacked four times Tampa Bay is now six one one the bears drop to three and four I'm Tom Macon's
Titans start fast, dominate Mahomes, Chiefs 27-3
"Ryan Tannehill threw for a touchdown and ran for another in the Titans twenty seven three stifling of the chiefs Tannehill amassed two hundred seventy passing yards in Tennessee turned three Kansas city turnovers into ten points as the Titans completed a six day sweep of last season's AFC title game participants NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry showcased his arm with a five yard scoring toss to Michael Pruitt Henry also had eighty six yards on twenty nine carries Patrick Mahomes turned the ball over twice and was sacked four times this is the first time homes a trail by twenty seven at halftime and the third largest halftime deficit for the chief since nineteen ninety one I'm Dave Ferrie
Film crew voiced complaints before fatal on-set shooting
"Before actor Alec Baldwin fired a fatal shot from a gun he'd been told was safe seven camera crew members walked off the job to protest conditions that happened hours before the cinematographer was killed and director wounded safety concerns was one issue something highlighted in a nine one one call by script supervisor maybe Mitchell who said the assistant director that told Baldwin the gun was safe was yelling at her earlier instead of doing his job check the gun seizures possible delay times reports five days before that Baldwin stunt double accidentally fired two live rounds after being told the gun didn't have ammunition and there was also another gun incident Saturday night a memorial was held for the cinematographer local station union president Liz Paco spoke to a crowd of about two hundred every person deserves to go to work with complete security knowing they can perform their work and return home safely I'm Julie Walker
No. 2 Cincinnati stays unbeaten with 27-20 win over Navy
"Our current bush picked off a pass with twenty five seconds remaining to secure second rank Cincinnati's twenty seven twenty victory at navy the Bearcats appeared in control until the mid Shipman scored a touchdown and recovered the onside kick with forty eight seconds remaining bush made sure Cincinnati improved to seven or no overall doesn't Ritter threw for one hundred seventy six yards and two touchdowns or pointed it's nice there's maybe so we know that they're gonna fight all four quarters you know if the days are gonna be able to the clock hit zero you know that's what we learned today we can't say nothing for granted can take anything for granted Jerome Ford's forty four yard TD run maybe twenty to ten in the third quarter as the Bearcats scored on four straight possessions Cincinnati was coming off consecutive fifty point performances I'm Dave Ferrie
Prince Charles warns of narrow window to face climate change
"Prince Charles has issued a warning to the world days before leaders gather in the UK for crucial United Nations climate talks saying there's a dangerously narrow window to tackle global warming the ad to the British throne says at the summit which starts the thirty first of October in Glasco shows that off to far too long climate change and biodiversity loss all right lost of paramount importance to the world in a recorded message to the Saudi green initiative for a seventy two year old Charles a longtime environmentalist said the crown of ours condemning has highlighted that human health planetary health and economic health are fundamentally interconnected server
The One Unforgivable Sin in America? To Deviate From the Accepted Script
"Say, let's be honest. No one gets canceled for abandoning their children. Betraying their country, or committing any number of indecent immoral or criminal acts. No, today in America, there really is only one unforgivable sin and that is to deviate from the accepted script when speaking of protected protected identity groups. It is to say something whether intentionally or not that either offense protected identity groups or that the elites find offensive on their behalf, and before that paragraph, you wrote something that just like clicked and it's so true because we did a whole we did a whole segment with your colleague, doctor Khalil Habib on Nietzsche, and I kept trying to find where it is, but you could just share with the audience, Nietzsche said that every society has something you don't make fun of. A piety that you don't, can you explain that please? Yeah, at the heart of every society is something at which it is your categorically forbidden to laugh. And so if you think about it, you know, humor, comedians at their best are subversive. Because look, I see humor comes in one of two varieties. Either it's kind of slapstick absurd you fall on a banana. Or you make fun of things you're not supposed to make fun of. So look at the recent brouhaha with Dave Chappelle. You know, he is touching one of the pies that the claims of the transgender are sacred and holy. You know, even in his first show, you may be too young. I don't know if you remember that Dave Chappelle show when it was on. I do. He did, there was one skit. I won't say what it was, but it was incredibly politically incorrect. But it was hilarious. He was quite subversive. I mean, he made fun of black people, not in a malicious way he's black. But we're not allowed to laugh today. You know, you know, how many women does it take to change a lot to screw in a lightbulb? That's not funny. That's kind of the view, and then you could say the same thing for days for black people, you name it. So the central piety in America is pertains to the protected aged identity groups. We're not allowed to laugh, we're not allowed to contradict them, the claims made on their
US military says it killed al-Qaida leader in drone strike
"The U. S. military says it killed a senior al Qaeda leader in an air strike Friday in northwest Syria Abdul Samad al matar was killed by a drone strike which came two days after a U. S. military outpost in southern Syria was hit by a coordinated attack that included rockets and drones U. S. officials said no American troops were injured or killed in that attack army major John Rigsby says in a statement the killing of al matar will disrupt al Qaeda's ability to further plot and carry out global attacks threatening U. S. citizens our partners and innocent civilians I'm Julie Walker
N Korea slams US for supporting Taiwan in nod to ally China
"North Korea has accused the Biden administration raising military tensions with China through its reckless backing of Taiwan as says that the growing US military presence in the region constitutes a potential threat to the north in comments carried by state media north Korea's vice foreign minister criticized the US for sending warships through the Taiwan Strait and providing Taiwan a self ruled island that China claims as part of its territory with upgraded weapons systems and military training the pharmacist statement came a day after president Joe Biden told a CNN town hall event that the U. S. was committed to coming to Taiwan's defense if it comes under attack from China North Korea has increasingly criticized the broader your security role in the Indo Pacific amid an intensifying competition with China Pyongyang's major ally and economic lifeline I'm sorry I. Sheckley
Mark Meadows Joins Charlie to Talk Through the Politics of the Day
"Nothing will make people see that Donald Trump actually acted in their best interest as much as Joe Biden doing as poorly as he's done. Who would have imagined in fact the president Trump mentioned this the other day. He says, Mark, can you imagine it was going to be this bad this quickly? And the answer is, no, and I had a very low expectation. You know, it's hard to be below last on an expectation. But I had a very low bar for what they were going to do. Here's the other thing that I think that we start to see. The left has lurked so much. You get to see this each and every day on college campuses and in the public square. They've learned so far to the left that all of a sudden people they want to fight on their behalf. You know, when you look at CRT in the schools and telling parents, they're domestic terrorists. I mean, at this point, you've got unaffiliated voters and what I would say moderate to conservative Democrats if there's such a thing as a conservative Democrat left, they are all of a sudden saying, you know what, at least Donald Trump was willing to fight for me and I need somebody that's willing to fight. And the critical race theory is one key component. We have got to, we've got to understand that you don't judge people by the color of their skin. It's by the content of their character to quote Martin Luther King
Mark Meadows Gives Charlie a Heartfelt Thank You
"With us is Mark Meadows, Mark welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, it's great to be with you. Thank you for the work that you do and all those that are tuned in right now. Just a real heartfelt thank you to all of you and I want to can I remind the audience of something that you may not even remember. So I was actually a member of Congress on the oversight committee, Jim Jordan and I would just take it to him. And then all of a sudden, you know, Charlie Kirk shows up in the back row. And so I do a shout out. And it's my staff who says, hey, do you see who's in the back row? And I said, yeah, they said, what do you know who he is? Of course I know who doesn't know who Charlie is, but thank you for fighting the fight and not just with so many members on Capitol Hill, but on college campuses and in the churches and the public arena each and every day. You're a true
Just the News Reports Violated Elections Laws in Fairfax County, Virginia
"I just got this just the news a great sight And as you would expect it's close to the end of the election in Virginia Lawsuit claims Virginia's fairfax county This is a behemoth county Northern Virginia This is a huge county Is violating election laws suits says county is violating law by approving listen to this Absentee and mail in ballot applications that do not include information required by the state And then lawsuits will be brought and Democrat elected judges will say ah we're throwing them out Then the media will say look at that They brought 7 suits and 7 judges wouldn't even hear the case Look at that Right mister Medusa You can smell it can't you I'll lawsuit filed by a free market think tank claims fairfax county is violating Virginia election laws By approving absentee and mail in ballot applications that do not include information required by the state But county officials are saying they have not broken any laws seen the old days they be rounded up and thrown in jail Today their righteous warriors who believe every vote should count The lawsuit filed by the Virginia institute for public policy asserts that county fairfax county is approving ballot applications that have been requested by mail or digitally and do not include the last four digit of the applicants social security number I mean even illegal aliens get social security numbers don't they mister Medusa Section 24.2701 states that an applicant must provide this information unless the person's filling out the application in person This requirement is designed to protect the right to vote by ensuring that only eligible voters may obtain an absentee ballot in his or her name Says the lawsuit Eligible voters No
"day" Discussed on Donkey of the Day
"The breakfast club. Pitchy don't the other day which sholom guy on the way. Oh keeping get yo well donkey of the day for monday. September thirteenth might go to a florida woman. Named ashley rough and i said might okay. The reason i say might because every day one of our producers. Dan gives me a list of of donkey. So my i agree with some. I don't. i'm not sure. I agree with what it will make a lively discussion and i'm gonna leave it up to you. The jury meaning the listeners. To decide okay. We haven't done breakfast club court in a while now. What is your uncle. Charlotte always tell you about the great state of florida. The craziest people in america come from the bronx and all the florida. And i must say even though you know. I have ashley on the docket for today's donkey today. We're going to have to take the breakfast club caught because on paper okay. I could see why someone might think she the donkey. She got arrested in charge for battery and child abuse charges. But when you read the story in hit a story you understand why. She did what she did now. I am a proud parent of three beautiful black daughters. Okay dropping aclu's bonds for all the parents out there right now. Oldest is thirteen. She's an eighth grade..
"day" Discussed on What A Day
"day" Discussed on Happy Day in Wilkes!
"Four three french to turtled a pear tree to my friend. Brought me twelve drivers driving pop pop ten or so leaping twelve common turtle and and i didn't get my wife's partridge in a pear tree. That's jeep officer. What'd you think about that. Wasn't that the most beautiful song you've ever heard. I've heard better. Oh okay. there's a lot of really good singers in here. Don't take it personally brown. I mean people. Just sing all day. at this. Like birdhouse i will. I think oh sing. Sing the threat. that's so officer how. Much time we have left two minutes mike. We got two minutes. We gotta figure this thing out. You gotta tell me what was going on. Why people breaking into my house. And how can i stop it all right. So you've you've been really good friend of me bryant and it's it's gonna get me to a lot of trouble if people find out i tell you this but here we go. There is a crimes get in wilkes county and that crime syndicate is completely built around robin your house and just your house. Your house is the only thing they rob it. It's it's crazy that the syndicate still up right just because you don't have anything worth the value but it it builds like street cred forum and if if if they said well. I rob rocky obese house. People are like oh he's he's one back guy i'm gonna i'm gonna have him do crumbs for me. So it's it's kinda like in the video game skyro- him right. Where you you gotta do the. That was the moment that i realized that was not in fact. The criminal genius mastermind. That i thought he was what it is. I ended up going across the street and talking to my neighbor and the meth addict. Got down the road Looks like he's the one that broke into my house. Turns out that He had stolen christmas presents. And drop them off at the pound shop over there on the street and they got awful suspicious and they called the police and the police got awful suspicious to and arrested the pawn shop. And i went there now. Cleared the whole thing up and then they went and arrested the meth head neighbor. And i think everything worked out all right officer. Can you turn off this phone. Police officer thank you so much for everything you've done for me today. I really appreciate it. And i've i've really enjoyed. This conversation with the hanging out loved to make acquaintances with you. If you ever want to have a conjugal visit let me know. And i'll be like to visit you anytime. Those are mostly for the inmates. But i'm not gonna lie. I appreciate the offer. Merry christmas sir. You know. I i love you just live everything that you do and i just. Y'all here have the happiest murray's of christmases. Merry christmas stay out of trouble..
"day" Discussed on Happy Day in Wilkes!
"Okay you gotta get here to talk to. Mac ever been to prison for like tree. I don't know this one. We walk in the door. Hey sir i'm looking for mike. I don't know his name. He broke into my house. Last year's christmas presents mike. The inmates don't have names here. Who are you here to see things. Machi works at the least work. I guess they fired him at the speedway. Let me punch it into the computer. It's n. i k. E. mark awful nice guy except broken house. And what's he in for. He broke into my house. He's home christmas reasons. Okay christmas presents and it was light. Usually it was december twenty and nineteen. I'll be here. He is christmas presence. All right you want prisoner double six five. Three two one okay Let let let me call him back here for you. Okay you waiting room over. There is the room over there with the with the toilet or thrown over there with the glass. The glass in the phones. Okay thank you thank you wait. Is this a conjugal visit. If so it's the room with toilets. I don't know what that means. If that's better yes. Why don't we start with the glass. And if we have to we could move to the toilets. You're the expert all right double six double five three two one station four. Who who's here to see me. No one ever comes to see me. Wh- what is this. Hey mike it's brian. How're you doing. Mary chris lord. Brian maher merry christmas. Mike i ain't seen you in a year. i'm awful. sorry you're here. I it's good but how you doing. Well i'm imprisoned. How're you a mock. You won't believe this but somebody broke into my house and it still my christmas present for the third year in a row. The police they just they. Just don't you ain't going to do anything. So i figured i'd come here and talk to you may be Get into the mind of the person that soma. And so i can. Maybe figure out who it wasn't gonna bag. I don't. I don't know if i know too much about that. I mean i've just been here in prison. I don't really talk to anybody in here. There been in and out. I wanna get into your mind. I wanna i wanna like in one of those. Tv shows where it's got the people work for the. The government wanted to not do not the crooked departments but the ones were you know the go when they solve crimes. They'll talk to people like it'll be a flash flashback of something happening in the one guy who who's You know he's probably the smart one. He'll he'll policy for a second and then his eyes light up not not literally just like you'll be flying and you'll go whack. I know what happened. Then he tells the whole thing and then they go figure figured out and then they arrest person i. That's what i'm trying to do. You know what goes through my mind right that no. That's what that's why i'm here every day. I miss my upright bass. I miss my girlfriend. Charlene.
"day" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"Your. She'll just burned pickled things. Fine and i think. Relax the heat out asked the question. What do you think would be a good. You know good way to stop this problem. Does this seem like it's fair to you. I think that's comes from a general orientation toward automatically respecting them though. Because eventually you know that they're gonna figure it out. You have enough respect for their commonsense as just a person to to. Yes they're going to figure it out but you have to have enough respect for them as a person to calm down enough to shut your mouth. And that's i definitely have that struggle for me but it's you know there's fundamental goodness. There's fundamental kindness somewhere in there right and and if you can just let it rise to the top. If you've got the time in the patient that sometimes you don't yeah and then you then you hope that the natural resilience take so forgiving. That's one thing. And that's one thing that i've learned. I've come to this realization over the past year or so. I think part of my resistance to the strict parenting styles. It's comforting like. Oh dr sears. Says that if i just do the. Nc child will be securely attached and everything will be hunky dory. But that's not how it is because every person is different in when you're like oh those things and just let them develop naturally. It just gets much easier. I always fear you know even even abused children Back with yes. So they are saw ravenous for love that they are willing to be abused in order to get what they perceive as love. Well i mean it's just like the wire honky study and i can't remember i mean they will. I mean the monkey will give you food. It will give you sustenance. It will give you the you need physically to live. But the terry cloth magi gives you nothing but softness and warmth and that's where they went everytime you know so wrong we apologize to in. Oh that's a good. Even you got it. I feel like this is a horrible because it's super black and white. But i like listened to you talk about parenting and like you probably had nothing to appear policies. Four life to lou temper. I i'm telling you the truth. I didn't know that i was hot tempered until i saw him Stack for nothing. I thought the heck. Where did that come from that. I thought oh my gosh imitating me ya and it's terrifying to him so we internalizes it so that it's not me i. I think that helped to know. We had lots of i watson but does that. Just come naturally to you to apologize to him when you had raised your voice. I think it's easier. It's easier for me to apologize for logging. Mary more readily than she does have more opportunity. I that's temperament thing too. I think you're the willingness to you are to me especially the more you're more comfortable and then you realize you know what i've thought of this. Visit trump wouldn't it be neat. If one morning. I woke up and said holy crap guys. i've been such a jackass. Yeah listen back. The truck up cure those kids. That don't have their their pair. I want the grinch christmas morning. It'd be it would spin around well. And that's why that's what i love about. Joe biden because after all of his transgressions and missteps speaking. He's always been the guy to be like. Yeah you know what. I took your feedback and yeah i apologize for that. Let's move forward from there with work together so that i don't make that mistake again and that's exactly you know what eats awards. Hopefully he's divulge reporter across the aisle through. That's really drawn this just a really bad leg. Abusive relationship with a lot of gas lighting and craziness and we all just need to of disconnect from it and and recenter. So is there anything. That i didn't ask you about or the. You didn't get a chance to talk about immigrants to parenting that you would like to think meeting now. We've split a really good one a really really good one whether it what you expected or was it more. We love talking about this. Yeah it was so stacey when when we discovered was pregnant it was so wonderful was it. She said you could be back then. We got the test right there in the bathroom and she. It says it'll turn blue after five minutes strike shows up. Yeah well it showed up immediately stay there. Nobody the number five minutes. We're going to disappear and then then it was that was. I don't know when that was that. We got protests cavalry but april fools. Day was now so because yeah so my sister's house in war in russell and said a knocked at the door she came and i said we're gonna have a baby and she said oh that's disgusting was a she got angry taught me that's really really mean she will. Then we'd set at school and they were just thrilled. I thought then. Oh my gosh. If this had been april fools joke people would be so getting them so exciting asked in church. I get must've did. Did we do this church. After where do we i kid. The people did our families. Yes work church church. People are not church so i was reading the scripture in the morningside. Read the scripture about i read the story about abraham and sarah. When abraham was hundred years old sarah's ninety years old so i stood up there in the people of the choir behind me. New going to have an harrington yeah downstairs and then then i read this in. Shall i ever child old. Mary was forty forty two when he was more. And so you're forty one at that point. And that's jerry. If so he's he's provided a lot of joy awesome. You guys have one of the coolest stories and i said on a previous episode. I was kind of teasing this episode. That we're doing now and i was like they're just so cute. That's so cute. I just love it. I love it. You guys have the old timey like just. I don't know what it is. Report just cared good humor. I don't know something.
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"And when I made to mean, I already watched the entire eight episodes and people were not even episode. Island. Advantage, because if people would watch that at the same time, they're definitely would have been someone else in the Bravo University would may dead link because it rained the. Fire or her contract I don't know what happens but I was I will show happy and it was before my friendship would Sarah. me and I got so many people like Oh my God, you know it's so good and it's it's so dump to take pride in that like you know like how much time we invest in our for your? Guest for me, my Oetzi our is rampages and we don't get paid or as I don't get paid but you get that recognition of people like Oh. My God I left so hard this broncos joy or would it I'm like yes bitch. You know it makes me feel so good like I put something out there that made you feel good and forget even for one second leg your shit of your life because you laugh at something that I created and it's a really. Good feeling. It's very gratifying and the fact that we get liberties like Sarah Paulson have embraced you in the young woman I don't remember her name but the played Dolly like the fact that they come out and supported you bought your merch Oh and by the way I am going to be purchasing the exact same ratchet sweater that Sarah Paulson wears like same color and everything Sarah and I will be twinning this holiday season like I've been aware that shit on Christmas like. It's twenty twenty undoing Christmas differently this year, my holiday sweater is going to be a Rachid Shirt on and is so supportive of you. Thank you. That is so sweet well I. I have to get going I have to start working, but I wanted to talk to you all day. Long I'm like we could talk more about ratchet. We could talk more about this. We can talk about just life in general. Can you tell the fanny pack where they can find you online? They can find me on my instagram ads. CC. Dogs loves DOT EU and two of my Oetzi Storm. Please if you like Bravo or buckle your things, I do many other shows like ratchet and emily in Paris and so many more things and my link to my sc is in my bio. Way Yeah I'm GonNa be just started any job. So now that I am working with little bit more cash, I will be purchasing a ratchets not only a ratchet sweatshirt, the ratchet sweatshirt that Sarah Paulson has and I can't wait to support it and support and I love you CCN I'm so glad we did this I'm so happy. Very soon thank you so much I. Love You. Bye. Bye. Thanks against CC I am so appreciative that you joined me on the on this day entertainment patriarch page you are amazing. Our next Patriot episode will becoming in November breaking down emily in Paris with my friends Vanessa and Pierre Luc from the drunk on Gossip podcast yes we're going to be breaking down emily in Paris with a real life. Frenchman. So here for that weekly news, an established podcast episodes will drop just like always over the weekend wherever your favorite place is to podcast on this day entertainment dot com has all things. On the inner tehmina from podcast episodes to the gossip articles I write for taste of reality show merch their new face masks. We have some fun and Rony t shirts. If you're real housewives of new. York fans any suggestions you can always send me an email on the entertainment at gmail.com find me on social at on this day entertainment on instagram twitter and facebook while you're there, make sure you join the fanny pack facebook group it's where we keep all these conversations going.
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"They said in on the show ratchet. She's really trot. She really thinks she's helping people. And she died. Some of the. One point where she really did and I think that that was a turning point for like nurse buckets and her was way betsy. Of the doctor to Doctor Hanover he was reject Oh hard but you sound like a human side of there's wretched when she tried to comfort her Ryan also later in the I think in episode seven or aides or whatever like I I didn't forget that when I really needed you and I when I was very vulnerable, you were there I think that. The way of the producer showing like they're still Jane goods in her as well. It just voice come out right? Well, like we saw a bucket go through a huge transformation also like she had no problem giving these lobotomy she was watching knocked Hanover Dylan, like it was part of their culture and then eventually she learned Blake Whoa what we did was so fucking wrong and when they were like in Mexico or whatever it might have even been in the fantasy or whatever. But the fact that they were all friends and they were like I can't believe we used to do these things like. And I did important thing like we all do things that are wrong like we all do things that we know wrong or eventually no. Wrong in its, we just can't be judged for that. Forever they did bad things and then they did better and like that's like going back to stop see like I don't want judge somebody by the worst thing they've ever done in their life like people move on and do better in at some point like we we deserve better we deserve better for ourselves and other people. I never. Really catches. My friends always make fun of me. I always say, I don't even really have a big problem with a scores I don't. The sound. So weird I'm not pro murderers with I'm like you know sometimes maybe it happens or rug deal or whatever. But when you're a pedophile debt is the one thing that files in an animal abusers. Insult directly. There's no I don't give a shit. If you better your life, I don't care what happens to you with your head or did folk you die bitch. You know other people with other issues. I truly believe that they if they get to ride help, you know they can improve or become better versions again back to stop this, I'm. died type of bitch. I'm one of those people when I have your back I have your back for life and I, don't care if I get a lot of hate for that because I'm a loyal Gerson and. Gerson doesn't mean that I'm licking her s I can tell her bitch you fucks up. We're no I'M GONNA stand by you and you're GONNA improve yourself the same like with Garin Ammoniac. What she said like when she had liked the gathering her home monique, you fucked up but I'm standing by. where? You through the situation and I think that is I. Don't know what happened next in the season I don't know what happens with Garner. Monique. So far that was a beautiful thing because Monet did fuck up. In someone's darkest hours when they need your help if you are a French you don't leave then you tell them why? And you help them and guidance who liked. Again you know and I think in our culture it's a lot when someone fucks up. It's like dumb bitch by your over canceled nets with I'm like how can people improve what you also shouldn't forget? These are human people are human too. exerting. Up Nine Year all flawed. That's the thing we're all flawed. We see the people on our reality shows. That's what we saw on Rachid to like every one of these people it's not just Edmund that was flawed in this the doctor was flawed that. That kid that ended up getting his arms and his legs amputated. His mom like all these people are so fucking flawed. But that doesn't mean that people don't deserve a chance to do better and. That was one of the many people things. I. Think People Forget there because it's almost like you have to be perfect all the time and whenever you suck up like I maybe it's my age because I'm in my thirties and I'm a bit older and I I'm not part of the generation that is like really like canceled bridge like I don't understand this why you are so quick to judge people because in. All honesty clearly I have never been a racist but I have done very questionable things in my past as well in my teens and early twenties like if there was like a camera on my face that should would have helped me like to this day as well and if you look at the person, I am today compared to when I was a teenager and I had. In High School because she called me a whore like now, you can call me award war whenever I've been called worse. So many times with like your first time being called Hor it's air using. Virgin. I'm not like all my friends are horse in a legit. I lost my flower. I it took. So long before I wasn't virgin anymore like legit and people thought I was the biggest horror and I'm like all my friends were like closed its slots and because of the way I address myself I was like the big Hor it when I was called a war I will sue angry legit like smacked bitch but I was sixteen being you know but then I'm like what if dead was on camera and now I'm in my thirties people are still oh but you remembered at once I'm twenty years glow where you got violent with so on like it it it haunts you and it becomes. Part of who you are and I don't understand it because everyone makes sticks. Allow people to make mistakes and allowed him the chance to better themselves bridled under. Exactly, it's very frustrating to me and I'm glad that you and I are on the same page and we can be honest with each other about that because that's Bs and like an I think that's a big theme. In people's lives and that can cause so many issues also for your mental health. You know exactly. Oh. My God. Could you imagine is both of us like two people sitting here that have had mental health issues and obviously supporting other people who go through things? Could you imagine somebody taking a fucking drill to the temple of your head and fucking with your frontal lobe? In. Highest take into your eye socket like what the fuck people like this was considered. Okay. Back in the day like when you think back of like how things are handled now we're going to be like Oh my God like we were barbarians like we look back to your fucking barbarian. Sane to think that way and of believe it that that was thing but the same for me as electrical chair. Because I know Benton's is still a thing in certain states in America, but it's not with. Or right it's like with a lethal injection or something. Right. You don't have to take the state it's almost doesn't exist anymore. The, the thought that's know it was like a thing back Dan that right over a thundering I cannot even talk wretched was such. An example of it was such. A mirror of housings were back then. Things. We cannot imagine like you say with the lobotomy like like. What the fuck it's A. Can we talk about some of the supporting characters because I think the supporting characters in ratchet were just so amazing I mean obviously bucket we talked about Dr Hanover Holy Shit. Holy Shit. I honestly I never heard of this after before I don't know where else I can see him but after seeing him I need to watch everything this man was in all my..
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Word but like bricks like it's really village by. A spacious engages. They chained them like this is not fifty years ago. This is legit in two thousand nineteen. They changed them at the ankles in their wrists and they put them in cages and they just throw like food and stuff at them, and this is in our time. So I think people don't realize how blessed they are I know you're into drag raises. Well, bub, it's requiem said this on this season like people don't realize how blessed they are to live in a country like America or for example, like me in Holland's when we have issues, we have the resources to get help there are. Ill like this day in ratchets in the nineteen forties or fifties literally like now. Countries where people are putting cages because they don't know how to handle that. Can you imagine and it's not like a TV show? It's real life. I was shocked I was like want to thank my lucky stars like Oh my God, you know because sometimes when? She he thinks happen you can really like fuck I hate my life and I hate to stone three I hate this and that, but you don't know how fucking blessed you are when you live in the country like America or Nykanen. For. Real. We have it so good here. Right people. Don't even realize that bright it just crazy like I've been on antidepressants. I think since I'm Ben Eighteen and like able to live a normal life because I'm chemically balanced like it's not something like meditating. Helps me get through the day I do yoga. I. Do breath work like I do all these things to manage but like when there's something like if somebody had cancer you. Treat them. If somebody had like some issue with their bloodstream, you would every them like it's just something that like thank Gosh you know in his an America's such shit show right now it's always it's really hard to remember that I should be grateful like it's hard sometimes like you can't even leave the house without there being this like overlying sensitive doom in the community about. Civil unrest. So that was really nice reminder. Thank you. So earnestly bonded originally over Bravo, and we've just been contacting. We've realized that we've watched like a lot of like non Bravo shows together. and. It's still funny. Like is ratchet like something. That's like a normal thing for you to watch like is this a typical genre freehill? I don't watch any horror related series, but I had watched a few Halloween movies FLEET ROM COM. Queer community prove stuff like Rubio's drag racing. I'm more like Dad's girl gossip girl liars. Gigantic. Yeah have you done any American horror stories? I? That was the whole reason why fell in love with your collaboration I was. Like it was so good and I need more and more and more. But like you know when this came out I was like, okay, another project them together, I should watch but Dan in the first episode authors it's I was like, no no. I don't want this what the bugs going on. There wasn't Sarah and it was horrible in it was disgusting and I was like I don't WanNa Watch this. But then I was like you are a loyal bitch. Sarah is your girl. So just shut the fuck up and what sorry can I curse Oh my God this is an x rated podcast. Look in the hordes of Bethany Frank. Frankly, we mentioned it all. Because I, I don't want to curse enough But yeah, that scene was so weird and I it was fucked up. Let's be honest. It was scary as for a you know it's GonNa happen because you see he's like creeper and he's lurking and it's like the wholesome priest and they're so good. So you're no shit's GONNA go down but that it went down like this I if I- cloth. Own Hard I. looked at the talk like four priests just get stabbed to death in five minutes is the first five minutes four priests murders as somebody with a very dark. I watch a lot of crime. I watch a lot of really dark shit I'll fall asleep with Murdoch on back in the background on a regular. I was like fucking here for this. This is exactly need very now in its limits. Darn. It's like that escaped and I'm like it's not so bad but I'm with you Sarah Paulson I stay on. Did you watch the Oj his show she was on the one where she played Marcia Clark. Where Ross the Kim Kardashians Dan. was. When I saw that raw split Kim's Day, I'm not I'm not sure if I can watch this. So I have to be honest I haven't, but it's so very high on my list is. I'm going to ask you to please figure out some time where you can watch it. If you're like a Sarah Paulson Fan and don't necessarily love horror genre this is the best way of seeing just the most iconic five star performance that a woman on film I mean she's perfect action. Did you watch the Oj case all when you were younger like without a thing in Holland? Very very big thing here because. I don't WANNA sound I don't WanNa I. Don't want to come across racist, but I think it was the same in America. Basically became because it was like a black man healing allied Brain allegedy. So it wasn't really really big sitting here and. I know my parents were watching it. I was very, very young but I remember it like being on the screen and was like before the car dashes even were a thing right i. think my mom was a fan of Bruce Jenner. So it was like I think even Chris Wallace with Bruce already. have to check, but we were together. Yeah. They were together and I didn't watch it yet. I'm not a big car dashing person but on Netflix straight now like if you just walk away, there's a preview of the David Letterman interview show he doesn't interview with Kim. Kardashian. Omega. Talking J. and she's like, yeah, I answered the phone I was like fourteen I answered the phone and it was Oj from Jail Kyle. Duncan, OJ. Yeah. You can talk to my mom and like. Shaken by that. While I'm thinking I'm and Sarah. Paulson. On my mind right now I'm GonNa need you to tell everybody listening your one degree away from Sarah Paulson story because like this makes me two degrees away from Sarah Paulson and everybody needs to know that We're like best friends now. Oh my God. That's really best friends but in my head like well, I have to say she does send demos this sweetest messages and voice memos because I. You know I headed with Selena as well when like let's say celebrity or a Bravo or someone DMZ due. At. Least might paranoid mind I'm like is this you or someone from? You know and then I was like, let me just sender a voicemail but also because I sent voice messages allowed to everyone I'm stalking everyone because by the time my day job involves a lot of typing copywriter, an idol type day. So I just in the voice message when.
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Look for my I have an instant flashback. So good but two of my favorite Pearl Jam songs ever on this album. The first song that I am too. So obsessed with is clear. One of those songs that I mean, hello, it's talking about looking back and It's what are those songs that I have to revisit often it's a good reminder and kind of puts me in a really. Grounded place as does the song that makes me cry every time I hear it. Behind the counter in a small town. That's the one that's Hartson thoughts. They fade fade away. Oh my Gosh I love this album so much. I. Actually used to wear a t shirt of this cover. Is it a sheep I? Think it's a sheep I. It's a close up of an animal's face. It has to be a sheep. It's like got some like curly furry shit or lamb I don't know I should know animals better like I clearly have not spent very much time on farms in my forty years. This is some peak grunge right here moving from Pearl, jam to Stone Temple, pilots the number one son in Nineteen ninety-four was interstate love song. Still. Devil pilots. If I had to pick one band whose music has just gotten me through life stone temple pilots are probably them Oh. My Gosh. I just can't get enough of them I. Love I listen to their music all the time. Still as I do this next at home on in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, the grunts train is alive and well with the release of melancholy and the infinite sadness the double album by smashing pumpkins that again is jaws. Is. As possible from tonight tonight to one of my favorite grunge songs like of this era, the song zero is just absolutely.
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Talent who we last sadly in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty. Robin quivers. Clean Robin quivers May I add the CO host of the Howard Stern show she's the one who provides all the hot news on the Howard Stern show. I've always loved Robin have always wanted to be Robin Oh. My Gosh. She has just delivered it for me. So hardcore so many amazing memories she is sixty eight years old so happy birthday Robin. Rosanna arquette turns fifty one and Donio Bundy Orissa turn sixty this year happy birthday John slattery do you guys know him? He was on mad men he played Roger and if you remember on sex and the city he played The politician who wanted to pee on Kerry I. Think he's so hot like he's like obviously I have daddy issues I am so into this guy, he's got the the old man like white hair delicious. Well, he turns fifty eight and I'll be honest I thought he was way older than that but that's all good. Whitney. Houston would have had a birthday this week. Unfortunately, she passed in two, thousand, twelve probably the best singer of all time I mean there are a lot of people who people would say are amazing talents. Mariah Carey. The list goes on and on but Whitney Houston has one of those just perfect sounds. Her tone was just absolutely perfection. Some of my favorite songs one of my favorite movies of all time the bodyguard I've been lucky enough to see it on stage twice anyway, Whitney Houston was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three, the same year as sir mix a lot who is fifty seven this year. Another haughty that I'm very into I. Don't know how popular of an opinion that is I know Leah from real housewives of New York into Joe Rogan turns fifty three. He of course is the host of the Joe. Rogan experience like the most popular podcast in the world and I remember him from being on fear factor. Did anybody else watched show anti stand up comedian of CNN few times at the comedy store in La He is amazing. Justin, theroux and. Hunk Hoti hotson dot made no sense but I'm going to go with it. Anyway he turns forty nine Rebecca Gay Heart who I just love so much. She was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, she turns forty eight. Do you remember the nut? Zima girl from the nausea commercials in the Eighties Oh my God love her she was in the movie John. Breaker. But I am a huge superfan of her from her days on Beverly Hills Nine, o. two and now after Dylan. Dated Brenda after Dylan dated Kelly he ended up dating a girl. He met at the Fictional C. U. The college California University that most of the gang went to actually all of the game went to Brenda ended up there. Oh my gosh I'm getting off track again, but she ended up marrying Dylan and her dad went to have dylan killed the night of their wedding and accidentally had her killed instead all because she lost her cat so sad anyway Rebecca Gerhard. Turns forty eight happy birthday. This was weird on the same day these three music birthdays to bandres in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, Scott stapp was born he was the singer of creed he's forty seven and turning forty four are in sinker Jaycees say and drooling Shea from ninety eight degrees. So Happy Birthday Queen Tinsley Mortimer turns forty four this year of course from High Society Real Housewives of New York just an absolute delight of a socialite who knew social AIDS could be that. Sweet. Love you Tinsley. Real housewives of New Jersey's Amber Markes Markazi. I don't love. Jersey I. Know that's a very unpopular opinion. I. Don't know this cast as well as I should but amber turns forty three. So happy birthday to amber. Oh my gosh, another Hemsworth. Chris Hemsworth is time for the Hemsworth from the avengers. He turns thirty seven Anna Kendrick from pitch perfect turns thirty five. Carried de Levin Turns Twenty eight I felt so old when I did the math and figured out that Kylie Jenner who was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven, turns twenty three, which is crazy and Shawn Mendez turns twenty two. So happy birthday to all of you. And thank you for tuning into on this danger payment the podcast for all your TV in pop culture nostalgia, news from today and yesterday if you..
"day" Discussed on Welcome to Day One
"State. They really the project director. Was You know? He loved idea, and he said yet. I want to be a nutty adopter. I love what you're doing. Can you tell me more about? that. Did they reach out to you? What did you reach out to them now? I reach out to them and. You decided. We're going to as a strategy. We're going to reach out to probably developers. Jiwei we started approaching real estate developers. Especially these you know, the new developments. Wait a lot of new amenities. What what did you say to them? What were you saying to them to to make them go? Okay that's interesting. I told them that. These is the future GM or pool of building an electric bike. sheriff's station. I told them that. And I still believe this. It's a it's a great selling tool for them. In two thousand, Sixteen Barco score their first customer for an electric bike, sharing system a residential real estate developer. It's a relatively small contract ten bucks in a residential building, but it's proof that there are people out there interested in their vision for electric wiring, and in the same year Monica comes across an opportunity to test out their dream project, a public block sharing system. The opportunity is a make your place grant from the city of Newcastle, which allows him to set up a three months trial in Newcastle West where members of the community can register to use the Shit Electric Bikes for free. We want that city of new pass those. Make your place community grant. We install a station at the time we we had a space office space at. I think financial building. It was a share of space and we say it's perfect. Place is kind of he's elated from the city, and we put a station there and people started going in lunch breaks to the beach, posting photos, and then people contacted us our bring us station, and we bring us station at the fairly. Bring station in Hamilton. How important was that to you in the fourth and very important, because it gives us the opportunity to test them on them. Did money come with that. Leap elderly, solid brighten. It was so, what was the benefit of? It was just the ability to. To. And get some data and prove you know the the modell. Showed actually people are using electric vice given the opportunity, and then in two thousand eighteen. Barco is awarded a contract by transport for New South Wales to install nineteen electric bike, sharing stations across the city of Newcastle. And from their box. Growth continued to pick up the pace. Can you wrap some numbers around where the businesses today? You don't have to talk about revenue and specifics, but just some things that you measure your success by. You milestones, we actually quite proud of our achievements that you know we us more still a small home finding. bootstrapped company. So we started with literally twenty five bikes in two thousand fourteen, and now we have programs running in Newcastle in, but. We just launch impact the. At C. W. A. and University of southern Australia. We're having combat. We have no installation soon in Sydney. Sunshine goes. It's a big. A huge growth how many? Bikes entitled are out there on the roads. Card until around. Three hundred but by the end of the year double the number is. What's been the biggest challenge for you like in running back? Why is? What's the hardest thing about it for you? To create the market for our product here in Australia I think this was the biggest challenge for us to create a market. I think we ought to be the head of the time. It was two new. Bike shedding is no new, but you know throw. It was a bit of big new. And even the the concept shading was absolutely. No one knew so. People in Australia. They don't. They could risk really. It's A. It's a very different vitamin compared to Europe or the United States you know. The then you have to beat the I always. And I came with these attitude. Let's be the first, but it's much harder here. I think perhaps you pick the. Newcastle is notorious for you being hard to get. Everyone told us that if we succeed in new costs. The market will open. I didn't understand exactly what they wanted to say. We understand now. So the biggest challenge is being is being creating the market How have you been trying to overcome the Hell? Have you been overcoming that challenge? Hour work. Van Week. That was going to be explicit. How many hours are you working? Yeah, hundred plus allies under blast now weekends. No holidays we I don't know and they start or end. So you you, you invest the whatever you have you for believing. This was our. BELIEVE I. I was so determined to took. Prove that you know and I still believe imagine. If every developer will provide bikes folded free for residents. He's will be a game changer in the then pilot audubon landscape. Because people will be encouraged once they try. Do you know how many people we have? Users Hidden Newcastle they send me emails thinking for for the system and telling me they both electric bites after a few months of using our bites because they discover how great.
"day" Discussed on Welcome to Day One
"When you love something so much, you know I have to work really hard on money mindset. It is amazing that I get an a grading. Come doing what I do, but at times and lack of. Love it so much? On heart and welcome today one the show for regional startups, any organizations that support them I'm Adam, Spencer and today I'll be sharing with you the story of night. Meet Finley Hey everyone I'm Niamey fillet and the founder of Naomi Dot Com where I get the pleasure of creating amazing spaces, inspiring this to do it, and then teaching them how I'm. He is a remarkably hard working woman with a ridiculous amount of active projects, all of which ain't position her as Australia's Queen of property, renovation and home styling she. She has a digital video series ran lovie hosted on youtube with nearly two hundred episodes in approaching two thousand subscribers. She has a blog and hosts a weekly podcasts Reynaud radio. She has appeared on TV shows including Channel Nine Haitian lifestyle living in channel, ten the home team, she create in an APP Rapid Reynaud designed to make home renovation a breeze. She has designed and runs courses and workshops to assist people in many facets of renovating styling and selling their home, and this is just the tip of the aspect. The list goes on and on. Perhaps, even more remarkable is that creating beautiful spaces was not the first career path Naomi.
"day" Discussed on Donkey of the Day
"Get? Y'All still here today. For Friday April seventeenth goes to a young twenty six year old man who hails from the Great State of Florida named Joseph. Edward William Seriously repeat after me. What does your Uncle Charlotte always say about the sunshine? State the craziest people in America come from the Bronx and all the Florida. And that's a fact. Nobody does crazy like Florida. And not even Lebron's I'm sorry. Let's all Stop Lion Each Other Lasalle. Stop playing games with each other and let's deal with the reality of the situation. Please arguing against reality people in Florida crazy. Okay from the government officials the regular everyday citizens. The crazy just is what it is. It's not a race thing. It's not agenda thing it's not a sexuality thing is just a Jesus Christ folks in Florida is crazy thing now. I I WANNA give it a round of applause. The all states that are leading low level nonviolent offenders out of jail during the coronavirus pandemic some applause drop appreciated. Nobody should have to get sick in jail. Potentially die in jail just because they can't afford bond for driving under suspension or unpaid parking tickets. Let those folks go home and protect themselves from this damn corona virus until they have their Dan court. I am sick of folk being treated like. They are guilty before proven innocent. Okay because all my life I thought it was the other way around. I thought it was innocent. Until proven guilty but America shows me different everyday now. Joseph Williams is one of those people who received that blessing of being able to go home. He was in jail for a low level nonviolent offense and he was sent home at eight Oh two. Am On march nineteenth. What on this past Monday April thirteenth? He would back behind bars. Why this young man Joseph Williams back in jail after being released for low level. Nonviolent offense well let's go to W. F. LA NBC report. Police an inmate let out of jail amid corona virus. Concerns is now back behind bars. Charged with murder deputies. Say That homicide happened. The day after his release twenty six year old Joseph Williams is locked up again in a Hillsborough County. Jail say Williams is the suspect from a shooting homicide in the progress village area. That took place the day after he left. Hcc So custody back on March thirteenth deputies booked Williams into jail on possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia charges six days before his release and we've learned Williams is a convicted felon is criminal. History dates back to two thousand twelve. He's been arrested for a total of thirty five charges. Why Joseph Edwards released for committing a low level? Non Violent crime gets out and commit a high level very violent crime murder. You can't make this kind of stuff like seriously. How do people in Florida's brains work you sitting in jail for low level non violent crime in the first thing you think to do when you get out one of the first things you think do? It's not gonNA finger not go find you a cord teen being lay low. You decided to go catch a body. Corona virus quarantine spark a drop in crime. That's the headline and lot of various places. Okay throughout the country. We've seen that a lot but clearly at happening every way except for Florida. You couldn't wait until quarantine is over. You couldn't wait until the curve is flattened in order to flat line of person. I mean you should never kill Jesus Christ. Do you have any type of definition of what priorities? Read the next time. Somebody from Florida tries to tell you they are not crazy. Don't even argue with them because they might end up killing you to prove they're not crazy that's just how people in Florida's brains work they will kill you to prove they are not crazy and not even think that's crazy now. Hillsborough County Hillsborough. Think Hillsborough Hillsborough County. Jail released one hundred sixty four inmates that will low level nonviolent offenders but I am almost certain that Joseph Edwards is the bad orange. That could spoil it a whole bunch. It's going to be a lot of people around the country. A lot of people in Florida. Who suffer because of Joseph Edwards. Because the think about letting folks out for low level nonviolent crimes they are going to think of this situation and question if that is indeed the best graduate. I have absolutely nothing left to say here because there's absolutely nothing left to say some donkey. Today's just sell themselves. Please give Joseph Edwards Williams the biggest. He'll walk I ride Florida. Well thank you for that donkey today. Yes indeed dog today is brought to.
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"I have some connections to some people who work in extremely high end hotels in New York City. Who Have Given Room Keys Jay's other women who have made sure that beyond say was gone before letting other people go up to see Jasey? Yeah I mean. This was before lemonade. Let's hope that he has not gone back to those disgusting ways and can I just say if people like beyond say get cheated on like seriously? Is there hope for the rest of us. Well that's one thing I didn't think about. I BET affairs marital affairs are down. How low right now but murders probably up or going to be up or domestic abuse. It's all happening. I digress yet again. Oh Gosh my mind is going into some crazy pleases in quarantine. I don't know about you. Well let's finish off the nostalgia something that just. It's it's too good in twenty fourteen Taylor Armstrong yes from real housewives of Beverly Hills fame. She got married to her attorney John Bluer at the Bel Air. Bay Club. Mind deal this is the man that was her attorney helping her get financially situated after her husband killed himself. I just got really dark but also so Taylor was coming through from a really crazy place. John who was the attorney was married at the time had three kids. Apparently Taylor had been making great progress since her husband's suicide but of course who's still super vulnerable. Her friends weren't really a fan of him. But they're still together. And Taylor. Armstrong is always out and about Belair. Which makes me laugh. I didn't realize this until I actually went to Belair and stayed there that layers so much nicer than Beverly Hills and I know we hear Beverly Hills and think it's like one of the more elite places is absolutely but you have to drive through Beverly Hills to get to Belair. Belair is so much more expensive. It is so much more high end. It is so much more fancy. I was shocked when I went to Belair now. Every time I go to Beverly Hills. I'm like oh so. Ghetto there was a quote written about Taylor at her wedding to John. And it's quote Taylor was beautiful. Never stops smiling Yes it's called blue togs. She is stuck smiling and that is her only motion but yes she'd never stop smiling. I won't take that away from her Here we are world. Well that does it for the nostalgic throwbacks for the week in entertainment history. Let's go ahead and finish up with this week's birthdays in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight poet. Maya Angelou was born. Craig t Nelson. Who of course was in poltergeist? I know him from troop Beverly Hills. He was born in Washington in nineteen forty four. He has a birthday this week as does classic actor Robert Downey Junior. He was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty five making him fifty five this week. Nancy mckeon who I know is Joe Palmer. Check from the facts of life is fifty four. A couple of real housewives Birthdays Marker Josephus from New Jersey. Turns fifty three. She was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and former real housewife of Beverly Hills. Star Joyce Gerard. I think she was only on one season. She is forty five this year. Oh this one sad he. Ledger was born in nineteen seventy nine. He would have been forty one this year. So tragic and can I just give a special shout out to my girls little sister Jamie. Lynn Spears turns twenty nine this week she was born in one thousand nine hundred one. She is more than just Britney Spears little sister she was on the show so we WANNA one. She was actually really funny on that show. And thanks to you. Britney Song chilling with you or as they say in the song chilling with chill. We learned that Jamie Lynn spears drinks white wine while our girl. Britney drinks red. The more you know well. Thanks for tuning into honesty. Entertainment the podcast for all your TV and pop. Culture Nostalgia and news from today and yesterday if you want to stay in the know subscribed to on this day entertainment wherever you get your podcasts and remember to follow on this day entertainment on instagram twitter and facebook..
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Welcome back fanny. Pack it's always been fascinating to me to see how the world entertainment is evolved over the years. So let's take a walk down. Memory Lane and reminisce on some of the juiciest in most monumental on this day events from this week in pop culture history. We're going way back friends all the way back to nineteen fifty eight you know. I love a celebrity true crime story even though I don't really know who this actress is The actress Lana Turner Totally Know. The name looked through her credits. Honestly can't say I know any of her movies anyway. Lana Turner had the super super publicized life. Even though she was like a super well respected actress like I feel like she was like kind of media princess maybe like a Jennifer Aniston for instance of the time anyway. She had been married eight times. She had been known to battle. Alcoholism like this woman was no stranger to a scandal well at age fourteen. Her daughter Cheryl stabbed her mom's boyfriend to death. He was an organized crime. Figure named Johnny Stompanato. The crime was later ruled as a justifiable homicide as the jury found that she had been protecting her mom from her boyfriend. Who was savagely beating her. This part is what shook me to my core. This case was known for the time of being like the same amount of hype as Oj Simpson Murder Case. Yao that's major fats. Major Land Turner. If you didn't know went through a celebrity true crime story with her daughter brutally. I don't WanNa say brutally killing because it's kind of awesome that she killed him but she murdered that motherfucker All right moving on to a much later time in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight going back to one thousand nine hundred eighty eight friends. Do you know what the number one movie in America was I do. It was beetlejuice. One of the great eighties movies. I mean just such Ezekiel Classic. I am ashamed. I was actually planning on going to the Tim Burton Museum in Las Vegas in Apr. All I was going to do it as part of my birth month. Not Knowing we would be in quarantine so I never got to go to it. I live in Vegas and didn't get to go to the Timber Museum at the Neon Museum. Shame on me. Beetlejuice is such a classic. I'm so lucky when we used to go out and do things back in the good old days I had gone to. La with my friend. Thomas Tina Hager and we went to the I league scary movies experience. It was a pop up. It was fantastic. And even though I don't consider beetlejuice scary movie. It was one of the movies highlighted in the giant art installation. Which was incredible. We got some amazing pictures a minute drop some fun facts about beetlejuice. Horio of course. It was directed by Tim. Burton one of the great directors of our time according to Michael Keaton who played beetlejuice. The character of beetlejuice was described by Tim. Burton as quote having lived in every time period but no time period and that description alone. Why I stand Tim Burton Michael. Keaton used that description as a jumping off point to create his character when he first showed up to set as beetlejuice. The crew was chanting juice juice juice. And that got Michael Keaton totally pumped for the role. I couldn't help but just think of OJ Simpson yet again. Since I just mentioned him how many times do you think he heard to juice juice when he came into a room? I've ever even heard that in prison. But I digress Michael Keaton. It's crazy especially considering. He plays the title character in this movie. He was only in seventeen minutes and thirty seconds of veto Jews. How crazy is that? Beetlejuice was in less than twenty minutes of beetlejuice and interestingly enough and I love this about Michael Keaton and I love this about Tim. Burton Michael Keaton ad-libbed ninety percent of his lines. Michael Keaton said that this is one of his favorite films that he's done and I agree with him. Tim Burton featured the day. Oh sequence I mean what a classic scene it is so iconic. He didn't think it was going to go over. Well he said it wasn't very funny. Hilariously enough Tim. Burton was Oh so wrong and audiences loved it and it's one of the more iconic scenes I would say from the movie in fact I was really surprised that there wasn't a setup of the dinner table scene where people could recreate that and seeing and do the dance Deos the Banana Boat Song. I thought it's so weird that it's Day. Oh but it's called the banana boat song like figured that one out. Well can we talk about? Lydia Dietz okay. Great if you've not seen beetlejuice Oh my God but now is as good a time as ever do it now but everybody else like ninety nine point nine nine nine nine percent of you who have seen beetlejuice. I would hope I would hope we all know and Love Lydia. Deeds of course played by Winona Ryder. But did you know that in an early version? Lydia WAS NOT GOTHIC. Teen girl goals. She was actually just a small character and like a typical teenage girl. So glad that changed because what zanny girls done if there was no lydia. Deeds referring to the goths of the world but like Lydia deeds was everything to all little goth girls growing up that I was friends with and even those of us at weren't necessarily Gov. I definitely have dealt with a lot of issues and felt isolated just because of having depression so I definitely could relate to lydia even though I didn't necessarily look like Libya but I think a lot of us related to Lydia on a lot of really deep levels basically standing anything that deals with the supernatural or paranormal. And what was cool about Lydia? Despite she was super young she was by far. The most sensible of the household tur- sense of humor was life. She had a super dark personality but was so funny. She compared her life at one point to being a dark room but because of the ghosts that she matt of course played by Gina Davis and Alec Baldwin. Who was so hot back then. She started to feel more understood. She's just the best the best also in entertainment history. A thirty year anniversary for this one. Can you believe that twin peaks premiered in nineteen ninety? That blows my mind if you've been living under a rock. Twin peaks is a mystery horror drama. It was created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. It was very short lived but had a devoted cult following and honestly changed how we do. Television twin peaks is often listed as one of the Great TV series of all times and is known for being a landmark in television drama as it really changed a really created. Its own genre. If you're not familiar with this story now is as good time ever to go back and binge it the series followed Dale Cooper. Who was a special agent? He is played by Kyle. Mcglaughlin of course from sex in the city fame. He was the guy who couldn't get it up. Trey macdougal well. He looks into the murder of the small towns homecoming Queen Laura Palmer in the town of twin peaks which is in Washington. The narrative of the show is a detective fiction story. But it's David Lynch. Hello there are supernatural elements. It's Hella campy. It's very very melodramatic. It feels like a soap opera and like a horror film all woven together but put like through the lens of a detective story. It's amazing I mean it's again David Lynch so there are elements of surrealism offbeat humor. The cast of characters is just unbelievable. The the way it was shot was just amazing. Oh and the music. The music was so good so creepy. It was super successful in short time. And it sparked a media franchise there have been all kinds of spinoffs books and even in two thousand seventeen. There was a showtime version of twin peaks. That I didn't watch because I don't have show too loud. Help me on to a little bit of punk music. History in nineteen ninety four. The album smash by offspring was released. This is when punk rock really got into the mainstream for this time period. It was the same time as Green Day's dookie. It was released about the same time and it had three Hallo popular singles. GotTa get away. Which I think is probably my favorite offspring song. Come out and play. Which is the one you got. Keep them separated so good and of course self esteem another classic. I mean these are just like the songs that were just always on the radio when I was in high school and they've really held up like all of these songs. I enjoy very much but I was never a huge offspring fan like I never owned their albums. I don't know any of the B sides but they brought me a lot of joy in life. This is a twenty year anniversary. The more cowbell sketch on Saturday night live debuted in the year. Two thousand. If you don't remember this when you're going to need to youtube it. This sketch is presented as an episode of behind the Music. That documentary on vh one and it has a fictionalized band. That's recording the song. Don't fear the by logistical. Christopher walken plays the music producer. Will Ferrell who was a regular on the couch and the cast at the time is in it? He also wrote the sketch with play right Donald Campbell and he played a cowbell player. He is over zealous and super annoying his bandmates but the producer. Christopher walken loves him. It's considered one of the greatest sketches of SNL history. And if you ever hear the term more cowbell now ian now in two thousand three Music News in the club. Excuse me in duck club by fifty cent. I did it again. Fifty cent was number one on the billboard chart I had forgotten. Do you remember that city was discovered by Eminem? This cracked me up. Vide- was interviewed about the song. And he said this song was quote a celebration of life every day. It's relevant all over because every day is someone's birthday and he's right deep thoughts from fifty cent every day is somebody's birthday so if you have a song where the lyrics are hey showed it birthday. We're GONNA party like it's super. We're going to sit Bacardi like it's your birthday to birthday. Oh my God so God I mean can I just tell you that fifty was life and these are the songs that just made me? Think of my Undergrad so much Unlv and those were the days. And if you remember during the I'm sorry Fathi Feud Lalla from vanderbilt rules was throwing shade at some point. Was Ashley. Hey what's your current situation with with fifty? And she's like well. I had a birthday not too long ago and in the club came on so that was lit so I love the fact that fitting not only made some of my favorite rap songs but the fact that he gets so messy in pop culture drama. If you're not following him on instagram you need to all right. Celebrity couple alerts celebrity couple alert in two thousand eight singer. Songwriter Queen Fiance Knowles. Wed Rapper. Jay Z in a thirteen. Thousand Five Hundred Square Foot penthouse apartment in New York City. That is the goal beyond saying Jay. Z are still married no thanks to Jay Z. I mean we know of all the cheating. We've heard lemonade. We've heard for forty four by I'm going to spill something for you..
"day" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"It's always been fascinating for me to see how the world of entertainment evolves from year to year. Let's take a walk down memory lane and reminisce on some of the juiciest in most monumental on his day events from this week in pop culture history. Let's go back in time to nineteen seventy-one for a little true crime story for you. This is one of my favorite stories. Ended Involves Charles Manson and the Beatles in nineteen sixty nine where the infamous Manson murders so. Go ahead two years. It's in the middle of the trial because Manson said he was inspired to commit the murders because of the Beatles white album by the time the Manson murders went to trial. The court felt it necessary to give a listen to the white album. Wiling court to determine whether or not the songs helter skelter revolution one revolution. Nine blackbird and piggies had any underlying messages that would inspire the murder of several communities of the time including of course Sharon Tate. Who was killed alongside the Higher Stylus? Jc bring the coffee Eras Abigail folder and the screenwriter for Hausky. Oh and then there was the eighteen year old to Stephen Parrot they were all murdered by the Manson family. In case you forgot Manson had made plans for what he called the helter skelter and it was a scheme in which he hoped to murder prominent white citizens and then blame those murders on the black population so long story. Short court listens to the white album and spoiler alert. Manson and his followers were determined craziest faulk and they were convicted and sentenced to death except that was in the same time that the death penalty was abolished in California. So that automatically reduced Manson's death penalty to a life sentence in prison. He had been denied parole several times and eventually died three years ago. So there's that going forward fifteen years the AIDS charity record. That's what friends are four. Hit Number One. I was looking at that and thinking back okay. So when I was in fifth grade in Nineteen Eighty. Nine nineteen ninety. This was the song that we sang at our Fifth Grade. Promotion Ceremony cheesy. But I was really thinking about the whole premise of this song. It's Kinda like the we are the world that was also around the same time we used to have these huge anthems that pop singers aren't be singers. Rockstars people of all music genres singers. All these celebrities would get together and make a record that the proceeds would benefit a cause. And we don't do that anymore. I can't even think of the last time that we had like a big anthem. Where a bunch of people from different genres came together and made music four. 'cause and as of most recent. Australia is on fire. Why can't we do something like that? I would like to go ahead and petition for something of that fashion. Let's go ahead and move twelve years ahead to nineteen ninety eight. This was the fifty fifth Golden Globes awards ceremony. And something happened. That doesn't happen very often. We're talking the winners of Best Motion. Picture actress and actor musical or comedy. The winners were for the actress. Helen Hunt and for the actor. Jack Nicholson. They both won for the film as good as it gets. Do you remember that movie? I remember I've always thought that Jack. Nicholson is a really really huddled man and Helen. Hunt has just always been somebody. I've seen in movies and she's always just consistently good whereas Jack Nicholson consistently amazing. I remember liking this movie in mind. I was. Eighteen are still seventeen at the time when this movie was popular and winning awards and it was very surprising to me. How critically acclaimed it was. I thought it was really good. I thought it had a lot of really really good strains the script I mean obviously the acting very well done but I have a feeling as good as it gets is a movie that I need to go back and revisit as an adult and Rewatch to see all the things that my seventeen year old self wasn't ready for it to see if I really understand why this movie and these performances are so highly acclaimed so moving on. We're still in award season at this time in entertainment history. As are we now. Let's go to the year two thousand in the year. Two thousand was the twenty seventh American Music. Awards and I love this era of hip hop the favorite rap hip hop artist. Nominees were Jay Z. Juvenile but the winner win to my man. D Max deal. Max is an amazing rapper. I love that really rough gravelly tone of his voice. But I have to tell you guys. When I was a teacher I used to have a essentially a meam of the DMZ song rub riders anthem. Because that's totally appropriate for an elementary school classroom to have but it was really really good as far as getting kids to understand the procedures in which we practice fire drills instead of singing. Stop drop shut him down. Open up shop. Oh Oh that's our of riders role. We of course changed it and made it a little bit more appropriate for well. How is using it so I turned it into stop drop? Shut this down evacuate shop. Oh Oh that's rough. Riders role and. That's what they would saying as they were stopping what they were doing dropping what they were working on and then proceeded to the door to evacuate the building being an educator. Those of you teachers out there doing God's work it is an easy jumping ahead to the next century. We're going to the year. Two thousand four and one of my favorite teen movies of all time came out. It's not one of the typical happy. Go lucky teen movies that I usually love so much. It is a total satire. And I'm here for it. The movie is called saved. And it stars Mandy Moore. Macaulay Culkin Gentlem- alone and Mary. Louise Parker follows the actress. Gentlemen loans character at a Christian high school. She realizes that her boyfriend is gay as they are swimming in a swimming pool. Have you guys ever had a tea party under the water and they would have a tea party and tell each other secrets while underwater? She came out to her is being gay so she did what she thought would were. She decided to try to cure her boyfriend of his gayness and how sex with him in this town that she had sex with him she got pregnant and becomes a pariah among all the other kids at her school is specially Miss Mandy. Moore Mandy Moore. Is The craziest bitch in this movie. Ever and it is so good honestly this movie I would say as far as some of the characters and how they're written it reminds me of Tracy. Flick Reese Witherspoon character from the movie election that she did with Matthew Broderick which is another great movie this movie centers around a lot of religion. Obviously the characters gay and when you're in a religious town they go to a Christian school so a lot of the themes in this movie have the parallel of religion when they're brought up with these characters so that makes it really really fun. Macaulay culkin plays Mandy. Moore's characters brother WHO's paraplegic? He had fallen out of a tree as a child. He was left paralyzed from the waist down and he doesn't identify as a Christian which leads to a whole nother layer in this movie. I watched this movie at least one time a year. And it's especially fun to go back and revisit now the Mandy Moore has been so successful on the show this is. It's fun to go back in time and see her when she's probably in her early twenties and see her performance she nailed this shit a quick shout out to the year. Two thousand eight this week in entertainment history breaking bad premiered one of the greatest shows ever also in two thousand eight in addition to breaking bad premiering. I have to tell you something else. I was watching. I was also watching real housewives of Atlanta and I love when they go on cash trips. This episode was called the peaches of Tokyo. It was really interesting episode only because a lot of the relationships were really bad this season. This is the time when Greg was sick. And Mimi was extremely light. Unlikable as far as that situation went but it had I love Atlanta so much Atlanta brings so many goodies and this episode. Had some really good ones as soon as the gals get in Tokyo. They realize that. Marlo 's bags have been laws. There was probably fifteen thousand dollars worth of hair products alone in the bag. Marley's freaking out as her hair is not sewn in so she goes into a straight panic mood from the second they get their meany has a great line and I was really really struggling with Mimi leaks at this time. But she has so many great lines in one of the scenes. Niimi an Porsche. We're talking and he said that if Porsche continued to talk about candy that her baby was Gonna come out me and I thought that was hilarious. Meaning was one of the only people who knew Porsche was pregnant at that time and they eventually later on in the episode decided that this was the best time to announce to the group that Porsche was indeed with child and the group was really cute and supportive. And I love that. These are episodes yell something that we don't talk about that. I don't know why we don't talk about was she just that forgettable. Can we talk about Chamari Devoe? I didn't hate Chamari. She was only on this season. That aired in two thousand eight and when she wasn't asked BAC nobody really talked about it and I found that kind of strange and on this season she hasn't been back as a friend of is something that people will do commonly if they're not invited back as a full time housewife that they will at least make. An appearance is a friend of but I haven't seen her. I haven't heard anything about her. What was everybody's issue with her? I don't really don't get it. I mean she was messy. But isn't that why we launched these shows And of course. I love the fact that she married into the bell. Biv devoe family because well. I'm a fan girl in. I grew up with that shit and they make banger after Banger. So the fact that she's a pop singer the fact that she's in a girl group in married one of the guys from Bell Biv devoe. Come on I was here for her but obviously I was the minority. That is going to do it for yesterday's happenings. But before we go. I wanted to give a shout out to the celebrities born this week. National Treasure icon. Betty White was born in one thousand nine hundred twenty two. She turned ninety eight this year. Betty white is goddess. She is a pioneer of women in comedy. And I salute you. Betty White eight also born this week. Was James Earl Jones. He was born in Nineteen thirty. One MAURY POVICH turns eighty one. This year is he was born in Nineteen thirty nine. I saw the funniest me it was of a man chasing a woman on one side and then it how to Maury Povich set in the other side of one of the cameramen reading after one of the guests and it said find you a man that chases after you lake. Maury povich cameramen chases in escaping guest. Anne I died rock. Legend gone too soon who was unfortunately part of the twenty seven club with of course all the famous rockstars who died at the age of twenty seven. Which is so tragic. Janice Joplin is part of that. She was born in one thousand nine hundred forty three queen another queen this one from the Music World Dolly Parton was born in nineteen forty six. So she's turned seventy four this year. Damn girl you're doing good for yourself Dolly. If you guys haven't watched the show heartstrings on net flicks you are missing out. So it's one of those anthropology shows where you don't have to watch the show in any particular order it's maybe six or eight episodes and you can start and finish anywhere you want. Each episode is based on a Dolly Parton Song. The episode starts a little vignette from Dolly Parton in Hollywood which is an amazing place. How people feel about Disneyland is how I feel about Dollywood. I love it there. So you see a little vignette from. Dali introducing the story and where inspiration for the song before it goes into a fictionalized sequence and then a lot of the episode. She appears as a character as a small bit character in the movie. So here for that another diva Ms Katy. Seagal who I know of course is Peggy Bundy was born in Nineteen fifty four rockstar. Mikel hudgens would have turned sixty. This year is he was born in nineteen sixty. Jim Carey was born two years later in nineteen sixty two. I have the same birth year. Is Zoe dish anelle from the show? The new girl which I loved when it came out. What did she do to her face like? Why does her face looks so different? Like why are these girls not just growing up in aging like a normal person and doing all this to their face? I don't get it but anyway Happy Birthday Zoe and finally from this show full House and Fuller House. Jody Sweden was born so happy birthday to the.
"day" Discussed on Happy Day in Wilkes!
"Hey y'all this is Brian and this Mixon here. I'm going to Sing Oscar peddler Big blatantly honest lead the soundtrack. God don't line up to the words so at least not the way I saying so I'm GonNa do it Acapella and please be praying for me. 'cause I don't need this that often But but I think that Will and I will get through this. It's a favorite of mine. It's called the twelve days of Christmas. Okay on the first day of Christmas and I came he gave to me. The partridge in a pear tree. He on the second day of Christmas. My kimmy gave to me. Two Turtle does and Partridge in a pear tree on the third day of Christmas my he may gave to me a Dale earnhardt clock to turtled. `As and a partridge in a pear tree. On the Fourth Day Day of Christmas mckimmie gave to me for Birds Cowan Dale earnhardt clot to turtle does and a partridge in a pear a tree. On the fifth day of Christmas I came. He gave to me five golden rain We've been married eight years does she. Give me five golden rings that sense I mean you know maybe two golden rings rings that that's how much How about this on the fifth day of Christmas? My team he gave to me. Glenn Tasty Free Four Colin Birds a day or her clock two turtle doves and partridge cartridge in a plum tree on the sixth day of Christmas. My teammates gave to me six geese lay in while they're laying Glenn tasty freeze four Cowan birds that Dale earnhardt clock two turtle doves and a partridge in that that pear tree on the seventh day of Christmas. My team you gave to me seven Swan Swan why she gave me so many birds. Six geese laying Glenn Tasty Freely Use some more Colin birds that Dale earnhardt clock wanted that one then turtle doves and partridge in a pear tree. He was Was Eight eight. They at Christmas. My kimmy gave to me eight maids milking what what what are they milkin. What was the council's I'd rather have the Kale's and how can you give me maids? Those are people you can't if people don't make sense seven swans a swimming. Six Gay Soleil in Glen Tasty the freeze four Colin birds they learn heart clock two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree on the ninth day of Christmas. My Kim He gave to me nine ladies. Dave you can't give people it's twenty sixteen. I don't get it. Why are you trying against people trying to get me arrested by Interpol Eight maids milking seven swans swimming six Geza Lion. The Wins Tasty Free then Colin Birds. My Dale earnhardt clock. I love so much. Two Turtle Doves and a partridge in a pear tree on the need to drink. A lot of saying is pretty good. That's from chick flight or was on the task. Day of Christmas my team gave to me. Tan lorge leaping. Why are the Lord Sleeping? He can't give People Watch Cam. Do not ladies dancing eight maids milking seven swans swans a swimming. Six geese laying Glenn Tasty Freely Use some more Colin birds my Dale earnhardt clock two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree. Say Christmas and I came. He gave to me eleven. Everton poppers pop it. Are they being paid by the hour. What Tan Lords a leaping nine ladies Nansen eight maids a milking seven swans a swimming six geese a laying? Glenn Hey Steve Freeze Four. Cowan birds my favorite Dale earnhardt clock doc two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree About need to take a breath on the Twelfth Day of Christmas my team he gave to me twelve. You can't give people are already said at once. You can't get people in two thousand sixteen. Kim What's wrong with you. Eleven poppers popping Tan Dan Lords a leaping nine ladies dancing eight maid's a milking seven swans a swimming six. Geza Lion Glenn's Dan's Tasty Free Four Colin birds already had a dale earnhardt clock. I'll be honest with you. This is nicer than what I had and I had. I think think I honestly I dropped it in sculptor scuffed. The glide sounded. Me Can still tell Tammy is it just is not as nice as it was so. This'll look nice above the mantel but And I you know I had one I don't know maybe they'll clock next year. I mean I've locked in the bedroom of the above the headboard Two Turtle Doves and partridge in a pear tree..