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NHL postpones weekend matchup between Bruins, Sabres as Buffalo deals with COVID-19 concerns
"More news in on the sabers that I should get to you right here. Darren or Bob McKenzie, Bob McKenzie of T s and set on Nbcsn. For their intermission report for Red Wings and lightning, which is going on right now, McKenzie says the sabers, players and staff are in quarantine until Monday and Sabers believe playing New Jersey led to them. What to them shutting down their season so they believe there is transmission on the ice. The sabers went to the N H L P a Before Sunday's game with their concerns. Bill Daley, the NHL's deputy commissioner, says no concerns were expressed to the league. I find it very, very hard to believe that the players association would not have contacted the league about that situation if the sabers had expressed concerns. So some, there is a line missing here. Sabers went to the P A. NHL saying no one came to them. So now it becomes well. Did the P A. Tell the NHL now the NHL's lying about it or did the P A not go to the league with it? Someone is that Is a big fault here.
Turkey Jails Hundreds for Life Over 2016 Coup Attempt
"Today In Turkey, a court found hundreds of defendants guilty of taking part in 2016 failed coup attempt. A total of 475 defendants have been on trial for three years more than 300 were given life in prison. Sweeping trial was part of a government crackdown that's jailed Thousands. Relatives of the convicted insisted today that many are innocent. No, But you said Mr Daley Aroma Muslim Brahmin. They were convicted today for life despite not participating in the coup attempt, despite fighting against the coup by locking themselves in a room to avoid aiding the two efforts. They were very young when they were thrown in prison. 24 25 now they're convicted for life. How do you explain this in the spirit of justice? Turkish President Richard Tie affair. The one accuses the clerics that to the Golan of orchestrating the uprising. Glenn is based in the United States and denies any involvement.
Murder case unsolved for 25 years — then cops got a phone call
"And Alabama Cold case murder is Solved with one telephone call 25 years after the fact, Johnny White, it has had a string of arrests for traffic and drug offenses. Through the years. He was facing one for possession of crack cocaine pipe. Less than three weeks after two hunters found Christopher Daley's body with a gunshot wound to the head in April, 1995 Murder went unsolved until this week when Decatur, Alabama police picked up the phone. They say Johnny White had told him he wanted to confess to the decades old killing. Police say the 53 year old offered details that matched evidence and he is now charged with murder. Authorities say it's not clear what prompted the call from why did
Reach Out and Gather In with Karen Ehman
"Well i am so happy to have caring eamon with today. She's in new york times bestselling author speaker with thirty ministries she writes for encouragement today and has an online devotional that reaches over four million women daley she's authored fifteen bucks and i'm really excited to talk about your newest book. Karen reachout gather in. Can you kind of tell us what brought you to this book. And what's the what's the heart behind it. Sure and thanks so much for having me. It's just great to be with you today. Well i grew up in a home. I had a mom who was just so giving and so loving but had a very different personality than me. She's pretty quiet and shy. And you know. I'm one of these people. That's at the party with lamp shade on my head and i have always talking In so i didn't the same kind of personality that she had. But there was one aspect of her behavior that i just really wanted to emulate and that was the fact that she had this philosophy in life. That if you ever felt like things weren't going your way and your circumstances had you down that you always need to remember that. There's somebody out there. Has it worse off than you. So go find that person and make their day and in some strange way. It makes sure as well and i just saw her live this out. I just saw her a very others. Centered person a very welcoming person. And as i grew up in became a christian as a teenager. I saw that my goodness she got this from the bible. You know she was a believer and i i saw that. That's how the lord calls us to live to not be so self-focused always thinking what's in it for me but to be somebody who tries to reach out in and tries to look for that person and notice that person who leased expects to be seen Wow that's so powerful and so needed in this time. i think maybe it's personality taibbi. It's just the time we're in but it's just so easy to become self focused. I don't think we mean to but it's just like it's easy to believe that the world revolves around us. Has it come naturally to you to be other centered. Sometimes it has. I would honestly say with others outside my family it acts. I'm pretty good at reaching out to others and putting others first and you know trying to keep them happy or make them happy and make them feel that sometimes within my four walls of a little more difficult you know. I think that we all know. Sometimes family brings out the worst us and sometimes i wonder if that's just because you know our friends and coworkers neighbors you know. They have a choice whether or not they want to hang around us or whether or not. They're gonna like us that our family have no choice right so sometimes we let our bad behavior just kind of bubble up to the surface and we bent on them. Because you know they're not going anywhere they're stuck with us right so i would say it comes pretty naturally with other people outside my home but i have to work on a little more with people inside my home. That's where i tend to be more selfish. Yeah well and we're living in this world right now where you know. I think with covid and everything. We're not able to gather and we've been. I wonder sometimes we were so busy beforehand that maybe we didn't have time together. What are you hearing from people when it comes to this idea of connecting in a deeper way and becoming others focused. I think covid has really changed. Things i know before. It seems like sometimes we would gross about hamanaka gotta go to that meeting church. You know i've got to go to another soccer game. You know even though my child rather gets in the game. He kinda rides the bench. But i've gotta go and be the good mom and we kinda groused about those impersonal things and we tended to gravitate more to our phones. You know we get addicted to our phones and we have them always with us in in our pocket and we can let them easily divert us from the real life happening in front of our faces. But i think in a weird way for me and for people that i'm close to. It's kind of switch things now. We're kind of tired of screens. Were tired of being on zoom meetings. We're tired of only getting you know our human interaction through the face of our phone or over screen as we work at home or whatever and now we're kind of craving those in person meetings we we had. I'm in michigan and michigan has opened. I think much more slowly than a lot of the rest of the country but we did have Some friends over outdoors. Socially distanced had our masks on came over for just a little cookout. And i remember when they last just crying thinking what a blessing that was to hang out with our friends and to talk to them to see them face to face even though it was in our backyard and we had our lawn chairs kind of spread out from each other. But i used to take that for granted. And when i had another invitation to a high school graduation had already been to seven the ear. I'm like i don't wanna go. I'm tired of people and now yeah. I missing people. Missing people sell its Flip-flopped a little bit the the in person interaction and the the screen time or the screen interaction touching screens. I think we're spending so much time now touching screens that we miss actually touching lives.
Chicago Loop Alliance Releases ‘Holidays In The Loop’ List Highlighting Festive Activities For 2020
"The Chicago Loop Alliance has released holidays in the loop there trying to find some things that are available for people to get out and do to enjoy. The holiday season and joining us now is counted. The Stasi. She is with the Chicago Loop Alliance. Thank you so much for joining us here on Chicago's afternoon news. Thanks for not Merrick. So, Chiana, Like I said, everything is different. But there are still some things that you guys in partnership with a lot of other organizations are trying To do here, Tomo Little cheer to this holiday season. Some of the big things. One of the biggest things that I just heard about was the Joffrey Ballet with the art on the mark. They were putting The Nutcracker how holiday staple up on the mark for people to enjoy, but that's just one of many things that are available. Yes, definitely. So what we've done is we've put together on holidays and guide so we're picking. We're curating the best of holiday activities throughout Chicago, and this is really able to fit everyone needs in terms of what people are looking for the holidays. Even some people are looking for virtual events at safety is at the top of everyone's list. But there's also The ability for some folks to be outside and safely social, socially distance. So there's some of those activities and everything else you can imagine. Where each where the shop what's available outside so that as you mentioned are on the March is a big one. This is gonna really exciting new things that art for art on the mark. This year they're doing Joffrey Ballet. Chocolates and a nutcracker is displayed giant beautiful protection such as open on Thursday. It's going to be every evening seven and 7 30 from now until December. 31st. So that's outdoors, socially distance. Ah, lovely activity. I can't wait to do it. It's top of my list. I totally agree. Some other outdoor activities that people should know There's still happening. Still exciting things happening in the Chicago loop Me to State Street holiday when those are up Now you can go outside and showdown. Stroll down State Street, Maybe with a cup of hot chocolate. The city of Chicago 107 Christmas tree was going to be up November 20th through January, 7th. They're still ice skating in the loop at Maggie Daley Park on the skating ribbon. Now the traditional ice cream get part girl won't be open this year, but you can do the Magi Park scooting ribbon but by a reservation On. Then there's also how art institute Chicago just announced that they're gonna have the holiday filling rooms decorated in one of their events for the next little miniature rooms that you can see he's kind of decorated all with Christmas. Decorations. Absolutely lovely adoption sort of all over.
Biden coronavirus advisor Osterholm says U.S. is 'about to enter Covid hell'
"United states is about to enter co- vid hell that's how one advisor to president elect joe biden. Put it this week on. Cnbc the number of americans with new infections is hitting records daley. Yesterday john hopkins university recorded more than one hundred and forty four thousand new cases and we haven't heard from president trump or vice president pence on the pandemic and
Huang's Law, the New Moore's Law?
"It got all lost in the scramble of other news but remember invidia bought arm and that's a pretty big deal. So to pieces about that, I let me introduce you to. Some, people see as the new Moore's law and it might explain why Invidia is doing what it's doing quoting Chris Mims in the Wall Street Journal who I believe has actually coined the term quote as chipmakers have reached the limits of atomic scale circuitry and the physics of electrons Moore's law has slowed and some say it's over but a different law potentially, no less consequential computing's next half century has arisen. I call it wings law after INVIDIA Chief Executive and Co founder Jensen Wang it describes how the silicon chips that power artificial intelligence more than double in performance. Every two years while the increase can be attributed to both hardware and software it. Steady progress makes it a unique enabler of everything from autonomous cars, trucks, and ships to the face voice and recognition in our personal gadgets between November twenty twelve and may performance of nvidia chips increased three hundred and seventeen times for an important class of a calculation says Bill Daley chief scientists and Senior Vice President of research at Nvidia on average in other words, the performance of these chips more than doubled every year a rate of progress that makes Moore's law pale in comparison and quote. And then also from the Journal, a portrait of Jensen Wang and his founding and stewardship of Invidia as the company has. Just exploded in all sorts of ways. In videos market value has soared to three hundred and nineteen point, eight billion dollars surpassing Intel's valuation of two hundred and fourteen point five, billion dollars even though INVIDIA had ten point nine, two, billion in annual sales in its latest fiscal year compared with seventy one, point nine, seven, billion for Intel. Videos bet on some of the hottest fields, INTECH video gaming and artificial intelligence have fueled investor enthusiasm. While Intel has stumbled with some of its most advanced chips, it's all a long way from nineteen ninety-three when Mr Huang. Dreamed up in video on his thirtieth birthday at a Denny's in San Jose California with two like minded engineers they bet on a future where consumers demanded better computer graphics, which would require specialized high performance hardware that wasn't available at the time and
Cook County Officials Urge Chicago Suburbs To Get Applications In For CARES Act Money
"The Cook County suburbs on the anticipated covert costs have seriously impacted their their finances. finances. Now Now the the county county has has millions millions of of federal federal relief relief dollars dollars to to give give out out but but not not enough enough suburbs suburbs are are applying applying for for Cook Cook County County received received $51 $51 Million Million in in cares cares Act Act money. money. And the deadline for suburbs to apply for some of it is the end of the month, Schomburg took advantage. Mayor Tom Daley says the $556,000 his village received went for things like buying computers and office supplies for village workers to use from home. Also, our firefighters had to ramp up with all sorts of things that they would normally use except under a hazardous conditions. So there was all sorts of costs involved involved with with that. that. We've We've put put up up plastic plastic shielding shielding and and village village hall. hall. So So that that when when we we when when we we interact interact with with the the public, public, we've we've got got some some protection protection for for our our staff staff there, Cook County says So far about 30 suburbs have applied for federal Corona virus relief money.
Congratulations, Carson! He and wife Siri just welcomed baby No. 4
"Carson Daly and stuff Instagram Thursday that he and his wife series have welcomed their fourth child a baby girl whom they named Goldie Patricia they all my god how cute is that I know they have their masks on in the in the room with the baby hello I'm surprised he's in the room Daley captioned a shot of himself and searing with their newborn daughter Daily Planet exclusive she was born at four OO eight PM eastern time coming in at eight pounds two ounces and twenty
"daley" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"It's the size of the State of New Jersey. And there are three post offices there for the entire Navajo. People who are are living there and some of them are elderly and the roads aren't good and the males not reliable or secure. It's the same in a lot of the Latino neighborhoods in Arizona and been litigation about this so we have to be certain that if we move to vote by mail a we are protecting that foundational notion of one person one vote. So there's a lot to think about and we've got eight months so we'd better get to work well. The good news is that this book is available as an e book for people who are in their houses. They need something to do So so tell us how people can can get your book You know it's published by W W Norton so it ought to be at every place where you you buy books. You buy your books on Amazon if you buy your books from the independent bookseller which especially need your help right now. Swing courage you to do that. It is it is super findable out there and I hope it's optimistic book but sort of gets us through this moment if you need some hope. I think you'll find it in the pages of unrest. Excellent well David. Thank you so much for joining me today. I think we all need a little boost of optimism at the moment So although this is not perhaps the ideal time to launch a bucket may be as the ideal time to launch this book. I.
"daley" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Our jobs to do that and some of us. I think thought that all we had to do show up being read the news. And that's not enough anymore. There are forces in our politics that are actively trying to bend that arc in a direction that is is dangerous in a direction that could entrench minority rule. That could lead to Authoritarianism in such a way that it puts people in power who don't believe in science who don't plan for a pandemic and it is all of our responsibility to grab onto that are With all of our mind in the direction we wanted to go. If we want this country to be different SASK HOPEFUL GENERAL. Just that hope extend to the current moment. You think that that we can do this. We can band together and sort of pull through what's going on now and You know and have fair elections in November gets at the people we need into office gets redistricting done in a way that is You know fair to the voters. I hope we can. I've spent two years with the stories of these people who have done unbelievable.
"daley" Discussed on Paul and Caroline Daley review TV - Handmaid's Tale | The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel | This Is US | Westworld | Stranger Things
"Until next day whenever what was having like a luncheon totally after the wedding the bride and groom had left. It was all totally over. People were just doing their thing. And we're like oh by the way while you're here. Were expecting that kind of thing but like I would never have set in the middle of like let's have the first dance and oh by the way caroline's grind like it. Seems like that seeing where Randall is watching Rebecca and Kevin on the red carpet as an outsider. Yeah that was bad is setting up his emotional state not to like him feeling like Kevin is horning in on his territory which is mom which is stupid but yet Watching it like that feeling detached from it allowed him to enter that state where he could renege on the deal without even a second thought well and only that but well you know what I'm GonNa say that a little differently pokes use had renege on the deal without a second thought. I do think it was without a second thought from the standpoint of being incredibly impulsive however I think that by standing outside in the way that they even dressed him with that really ragtag stocking cap. I'm sorry Reno doesn't own that CAP. We've seen him go jogging. We've seen him go all kinds of stuff and be out in the cold. Here were stylish clothes all time. He would not have been wearing that hobos cap point being. She's wearing sparkling gown. Kevin is wearing like all dapper up. And he's like standing in the shadows with sad stocking cap on you know. I think that there was a sense of urgency that if he didn't grabbed the time he had with Rebecca right when Kevin just walked away that somehow he wasn't GonNa have an opportunity to talk to her which is twisted in the sense that like if he invited Rebecca to go out to lunch. You know a dear to lear something she would have gone. You know like there's no like Kevin had locked up and like here's your chance. The captors walked away. I've got to tell you some important news. You know but he kind of acted that way like he just had this short little window that if he didn't quickly say something to her somehow she was going to be back under. Kevin's spell you know and that kind of the concept of spell has was kind of mentioned with the Cinderella stuff and like. Oh you're cinderella tonight in this idea of their sort of being like a time. Limit Reich Cinderella's done at midnight. Be This idea that like there's some sort of like pixie dust slash very godmother burkle. All around her that she liked can't see what she needs to see and Reynolds did like jump in when he can but I. I didn't he didn't need to do that. That was a very fictitious. Feeling that he was conjuring up to me. She would have always listened to him. She didn't need to do that. He didn't need to act that way. And Kevin's point even though it seems like For a different purpose it might seem like the slackers answer but it was a legit rebuttal was that this is the weekend. No one's deciding who gets into a trial on Saturday. You know right if we talk about it on Sunday. It's the same you know right. I mean I didn't think Senate difference if you talk about it at ten. Pm At night or nine am tomorrow at breakfast in terms of the trial right you know but obviously in terms of like we were saying like it's rude denounce sending someone else's wedding or someone else's big event although it's just rude and it's it's it's universally rude in this show. We have all often wondered about the financial aspect of all the different piercings. We've talked about this quite a bit. This is the first time we've seen anyone throw in another person's face. We know that Kevin makes movie star money. That's just kind of assumed that he has enough money. Whatever he wants but it was also kind of implied. That Randall had as much money as he needed to. At some point at some point. Yeah yeah I feel like that. All of our question works. About how much money could ascend city councilman making? How much money could have. Would they have to spend on opening up? Beth stand studio. How much money could she really be making? Where where? Where's the money coming from? The sides the like ten or fifteen years hard career life. They both put in but other than that in God. We're all adults in our forties. Here I am the Shit. We did from twenty five to thirty five. We are not subsisting on now. That kind of job that he had you can imagine what it would either. It would either accrue like either bonuses or Commissions. You know rather than just straight salary. And that's how he could have gotten some amount of wealth well and I think he was definitely a planner in a saver. So I'm sure they're invested. I'm sure that he you know. Put the maximum money to his 401k. And all that stuff and all that funding and well and will serve them well in the future and probably looked really great for collateral for like opening the dance studio and stuff like that. But where's the day to day money coming in for how long he's not been working for a long time? So by mentioning the financials in this way it almost feels like Kevin stuck out his chest a little and said I get to vote if I'm paying for this. I don't think that Kevin Swayed the vote. All Randall actually had a clean shot with Rebecca. Rebecca had already said she didn't WanNa do the clinical trial The sin having committed was not jumping on Randall. Side and trying to convince her otherwise as not that he preemptively told her not to do it or in any way even shared his opinion on it. He actually didn't share it either way. He was just like whatever mom wants make sense. He didn't say why you should or shouldn't so I think that's where I kind of might Rena. How are you getting so mad? When Rebecca made the decision yeah thirty cleanly but the money part no money that's GONNA come back. Yeah and though the amount of times that like going to the monologues and how Randall was like. Oh well you know. He's been he's been studying for this whole life. That kind of crap like he obviously doesn't think highly of Kevin's job. You know he a relief down on the manny and all that kind of stuff. When you think about it. Kevin's laughing all the way to the bank. I mean basically a huge part of this that I wanNA talk about and really makes me curious because just don't quite understand when Randall ask Kevin. Don't you think about what your life would be like and how it would be different if dad had lived and Kevin Straight Says No. He doesn't ever wonder what life would be like if dad had lived. Is that realistic? I mean are you somebody who could have been like Dad's dead and I'm like never going to think about what would have been different. Compared Kevin to Tim riggins before Riggins had this line one time where he was why he was going to skip school that day and he says something to the effect of. I don't know if you've noticed but I'm pretty moment to moment. Guy Kevin Moment to moment guy. How do you hire John Legend for the afternoon for a girl? You just met. If you're not a pretty moment to moment guy. I just would have thought that given things like how when he did the war movie and he worked with Stallone and he thought about his dad and also no part of you thought about what it would be like your time with Nikki and seeing Your Dad. Not-i'm no part of you. What would life be like if dad was around? I I mean is that even real or is he just being like that. Sorta like get over at Randall. I'm somewhere in between them personally. As Paul podcast registered leaning. Not As as far as Kevin. But I would think about it but not every day. This is right. This is part of why why Randall's mind overloads at certain points right. Yeah if he's thinking about how life would have been with Jack Okay. I've done that for fifteen minutes a day. Now let's go think about all these other things I can't change right. What if I was here when the burglar came and Blah Blah Blah right? What if I what if I had gone to meet my real dad earlier and I could have had more time with him. I'm sure he thinks about that all the time right. I agree with you but here I mean they obviously have a different journey with Jack at the end there were randall. Was like the last person to kind of be standing there. Because he was supposed.
"daley" Discussed on Paul and Caroline Daley review TV - Handmaid's Tale | The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel | This Is US | Westworld | Stranger Things
"Well was interesting about that for me. Though Paul was that they were there flashing between those two things. The person who is being flipped out was Kevin. Jack which is interesting because I was on a facebook page recently. A Fan Group and the question that someone asked is Kevin or Jack like who would you rather be your husband. Who'd you rather be your support person right? And it wasn't something that I really thought about that much And I was like. Oh Jack for sure but when I see this episode it's like the show is almost like being like owed see other. They have are playing the same role for Decca. Like they're being interchangeable like this. It was a weird feeling. I never put them in that type of interchangeable kind of feeling between the two of them they seem like very two distinct different people with very very different relationships and ways. They handle things with her. Kevin's not a carbon copy of his dad. He just has parts of him. One of those parts is that Kevin. Maybe it's part of personality or maybe it's part of his celebrity and it's turned into his personality. I don't know but he does to an extent live for the moment and he does he does want to keep things fun and exciting which was sort of the The flashback with the baseball cards was was I guess. Her kind of jazzing up the the event trying to find that last member of his nineteen ninety-one Baseball Card set kind of leads. Me To my my question about Kevin's section. It's not that she can depend on Jack or Kevin. Because Jackson not around. She's kind of stuck with Randall or Kevin so if you were going through this situation and you had steady Nettie. Who's WHO's going to make sure everyone goes to the doctor the right times and and is going to try to manage this process with you so that you get the best care or the Sun. That's GONNA try his best to get you to the doctor. But he's also going to take you to Joni Mitchell's house in the meantime it. You think this conflict of philosophies this could be the seeds of the rift that's coming in which would you rather have taken care a few more? What's interesting that you said steady Nettie because that implies that Reynolds offer the good and he's not I mean he could not show up one day because he's crying in his closet and no he he could break at any time so there's nothing about that that feels like a sure thing. I mean that feels like steady Tilles. Not that's you know. That's how he operates and so that's For me you know me. I am somebody who have four on a road trip and we're supposed to get there at six o'clock and there's puppies on the side of the road say text and say we all had to go to the bathroom and we're going to be there at seven o'clock because like we're totally driving through the drive through safari and like. I WANNA go to garage sale. So pull the frick over. So I WANNA go to Joni Mitchell's house and I think in Rebecca state of mind with the Carpe Diem. That is not Randall. So if this is how she's GonNa feel and this is what she's GonNa WanNa do think you're right. Her gravitating towards Kevin and his philosophy makes sense. But do you think that could elevate to the point where it's like? I don't WanNa talk to you anymore. Kind of kind of thing between the the siblings. I think it could. Oh I I completely because the way that Rebecca says sometimes making people forget about their worries or what comes? Next is the most important job that someone can have. I think that that's huge. And that is exactly what Kevin Offers Rebecca in this time of need for her. She seems to want someone who's a one hundred percent willing to check out. Joni Mitchell's house or who's GonNa be willing to put on their bathing suit and go swimming in the middle of the night at the pool. Rentals not going to be either of those two people he would have a hundred percent shutdown that idea and an Assad kind of way it doesn't have the Gravitas that Kevin has to actually get access you know. I know it didn't work but he was willing to do it you know. He's willing to like uses celebrity card to get into Joni Mitchell's house. I could see this. Were Reynolds say you weren't there at a certain time? You should have been there at a certain time Blah Blah Blah. You know those kinds of things. Now What's interesting is that you said. Should it be Randall? Or should it be Kevin and you never said should it be mcgill? Her husband Like why isn't he the one taking her to the appointments? There's nothing seemingly wrong with him. I mean he bowed out this week. He was like yeah. You're right. I suppose he said I'm going to bow out of the activity of the day. His excuse was he's he's there every other day and that he's been going on these like field trips every day and kind of wearing out yeah. Accurate probably very. Your point is valid this but this is not the McGill show as most definitely not McGill. Pearson right yes what is what is. Rebecca's last name certainly must be whatever Miguel's name is. Are you think she took his name? Probably I don't know I don't wonder if she kept Pherson to figure that out to look that up. I like the metaphor of Joni. Mitchell's house that the songwriter who is with Joanie at the time Graham. Nash wrote it. In order to She says keep an otherwise simple moment. That might be forgotten to be able to remember it right just buying a vase putting flowers in it just singing about what you did that morning. Creating a song out of it. There's something obviously the forgetting part. That's very very special. And I could see them using songs with her and in a very. This is US teachable moment. I know with Alzheimer's songs are one of the ways that people are able to recollect things that otherwise they can't Where when they play certain music they can suddenly remember certain times better so I feel like they're easing us into that that she is going to be able to remember Jack when they play certain songs or remember the kids when they play certain songs. Good call that feels right. I like how they're laying the groundwork because I think I could see this playing out in the treatment of this. Were you surprised that they gave it a name because this whole time? We've been like is it Alzheimer's. And they were like. We're not going to tell your. Oh the thing saying it's Alzheimer's Mandy Moore actually said Nope. It's not Alzheimer's. Remember at the end of last year. So confused because I mean maybe. It's a red herring. Maybe maybe they're going to say so this all signs point to Alzheimer's fast forward two weeks. Holy Shit it was really this tumor that we didn't see but she's done all the scans so I mean we all signs point to it seems right but also weird but then also fogleman's whole like I'm GonNa ever let my wife be in bed with right so okay. Maybe they're going back on everything right. What did think about Kevin? Going back to the baseball card shop and getting that card that they had been hunting for. What did it all mean? I think it means the dealing with mom. That day was probably once once. He dropped her off. It was like there was probably a weight that descended on him because he realized now what what we were doing. What's at stake? What's going on here? What what phase of life. We've just backed into basically getting that baseball card. Lindy kind of Is a way to relive that that memory with his mom and give him a reminder. I guess of the what she needs from him. Which is the the fun and the freedom portion of of life? So I think that's it. It's like a tangible way to be like. This is what mom needs. I really liked. I liked that I I had written down that. I really clued into the part where he asked her to blow on the pack for Good Luck and so I thought maybe it was like a little bit of like a good luck charm to put in his wallet. Like somehow somehow if you hung onto that there'd be some level of protection you know some level of mom blues on it you know and good things happen you know and so. I thought I don't know maybe it was just again. It was just a very tangible way to remember that day again. A simple nothing day. You know you want your mom to the baseball shop. That was all but it was like the song. It was like a way to remember very simple morning that you could have forgotten about completely. What did you think about the fact that so long ago it was gonna cost him however many M- dollars like Eight bucks or whatever to get the packs and stuff but then when he went and he just got the card. It was only two bucks. That's baseball cards. But is it fat or is it that the valuable nature of it completely changed even to the him as a kid like it was so valuable. It was worth all the money of his report card seeming free just the chance seemingly months of work for just the chance like I understand guys get cards change of I did. This is not my point. My point Isabel how valuable and then to hear because you could almost tell when he said how much is it. I don't know all of us. That maybe fifty dollars or something you know. And when he said two dollars or something so miniscule about that that seemed like wow it was practically throw away. The guy would probably be like shit you just have for free. It made me really wonder about the the value placed on it. I guess I not not making a good point right now but I feel like I know what I'm trying to say can you do you hear me saying I don't? There's something about like that. Memory was so valuable to him when he went back to try to even have a piece of the memory. It turned out that it wasn't really even worth anything. It was just the fact that his mom was there and they had that interaction. That made it valuable. Okay you like that. That's a nice way to go. I feel like I'm the only little nugget that we missed was the little flashback that we had with Kate and the Stewart situation which I thought was just again. You know you say like every episode. We have to have a Jack Story. We have to have some sort of moment with him. That seemed to be the way to do it. Did you feel like it was anything? What did we do that exactly to get the waffles story? Basically cake well. Whatever LOFTLAND BREAKFAST FOOD OKAY? But so what still be her first marriage is he the first waffle. Maybe she's going to have a better marriage with somebody else with Gregory or whomever. Maybe maybe toby's just a perfectly good pancake. That just needs a little more time on the on the frying pan. I don't know I'm curious because always we're supposed to have some sort of parallel right from the old story to the current time so or as she got dumped by Stewart in the in the flashback. And she's told well the first one is not always the best one sometimes it's the second one And I'm all like a good call. The totally flew over my head and now I see what you're saying. I mean I don't WanNa think that exactly but I mean what else are we supposed to think be definitely saying? Don't fight for Stewart. So what does it mean the toby? Toby is on the watchlist. Totally yeah on the FBI. Watchlist Oh my gosh. Well I thought that this story was good. I really enjoyed the Kevin Parts. I really thought that they did a great job. little boy. Kevin God with all this like Oh shit. You're serious. You think you're the fun mom. Nice call back to the. I wish you were like Sophie's mom. You know that was nice and God how long that story's been good. We you and I had only clocked that back to them. Being teenagers in Sophie's mom being cool shit. He's like eleven and Soviets. Mom is cool beans so okay so wait will continue to layer that on And I think we got little little tiny steps to Madison Kevin. Making a go. I think that's That's just seems real bill. I know even talking it up and I'm just saying I'd get a new therapist. I'm not going back to that Lady's Office. I would feel humiliated that she treated me weirdly. Burn fat that's not for me. I know it's TV but man I've I've been to several different therapists and I've found one. That is actually anywhere close to that level of trying to challenge you. The rest are just trying to ride out the our shit really anything so quite so negative. Elaine certainly therapy has been helpful right overall. Different scenarios just made big eyebrows. The one guy that I'm thinking of the that was challenging. Yeah he I found him helpful but very interest. I'm looking forward to Real. Hopefully we know he's going to have a breakdown though right like we just no one in our heart of hearts when he said I have break down like every decade end. We know he's about to turn forty like a decade marker. Yeah the wheel feel like. They're just coming off. I mean it is..
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"Mom's house with the girls. I mean that should have been a little flag to you and I watching the show as long we have the she's only dealt with her mom like one other time and she went with her sister so the fact that post burglary she opts to take the kids and leave the house for a while. I should have said something like. Oh Wow. That's really not something that Beth normally does. She is really uncomfortable with being in the house as much as she's verbally saying you're you know everything's fire and we have the cameras everything's fine. She is choosing to take breaks and be in places where she's in a familiar setting where she feels safe. You know that that is indicative of somebody who needs some reinforcement getting away to feel more comfortable. You know so. She is showing the signs but we just haven't had a big spotlight on how she's handling the burglary so I appreciate it every single thing that she did. I appreciate it. I think when it comes to you and I if you're asking me in a more like personal way I think that always I've any wife would want their husband to feel better and feel happy to to deal with themselves and in our case with three special needs kids. Yeah I mean I think that the the general sentiment of we all need you to be whole and healthy because there's other people in this House that we don't have a way to make them whole and healthy Anything any one of US can do to try to be more strong or or however you wanna say it more generally healthy. I guess is the word I want to say. I mean we all have to take advantage of whatever we can to to feel better. That make sense does does so. I think it was fair and I think it's a really good message for like this. Is US fans. Like you know if you're if you are resisting getting help because you think it's no big deal and you're not really affecting anyone else wrong. You're probably affecting everyone in your life. You do have some amount of responsibility to get help so that they can also you can also be a good partner or good husband are good bad or good son or whatever right right okay. Let's talk about the idea of being a good dad because that is something that is completely trying to be addressed here. How do you feel about this? Toby and Kate Storyline. And this whole idea that it was okay for toby to say the things he did because after all in marriage you should be able to say anything you want and it should be safe. I would probably say that I believe that more than you might expect. Tell where else is he supposed to get that feeling out and sort it out? If not at home he was just going to continue doing what he was doing. Avoiding his his actual life going to the gym goes staying at work. Whatever by saying what he said as hurtful as it was it was like then as damaging as it was to hear it was only then that it was like out there and needed to be dealt with some accents. I think so I will pull it back to the idea that I think that it's fair and safe to have any feelings that you have within a marriage and try to express that but I think that the way that you express that and the everything kinda surrounding that look the way that he had been hiding at the gym and the way that he did have this lady Kryptonite situation to kind of like layer this and then laid on for me was like no. Nobody's obligated to take that level of ugliness on whether your marriage or not you know like you. You had a responsibility to talk to her earlier than this point and or come to her and say I'm having a real problem. I have this awful feeling that the reason. Why I'm not bonding with Jack is because I am so upset by his disability that I just feel like it's a barrier between us but like the whole way that it all came out for me is like I I really don't think you can expect just to be able to say those kind of words to anybody making sense like the sentiment could be the same but people still have feelings and are not allowed to just sorta like implode than where he's supposed to do it. I mean He. I think Beth would tell you in therapy. And then you then you try to deal with people in a more constructive and not bust everything up kind of way you know. Let me actually. If you look at these two men had have issues and they were handling in very similar yet. Different ways Randall. Solving all these problems and he's running he's physically trying to get it out right and then you have toby going to the gym and he's physically trying to get it out and trying to kind of work it through and everything of course then you have like the the extra woman situation that is questionable because like you said in a previous episode while he might not have been the one to. Kiss Lady Kryptonite. What had he done? What messages vibes had he been sending her that made. It seem like it's okay to move forward with that. So he clearly was a participant on some level. Still I just yeah I mean I don't. I don't think that I don't think marriage is a free pass dumping ground to build a shit in the mouth of your partner unless she specifically asks for that she never does not this wave. That might be y'all's thing but it's not mine. So was this too little too late on toby in the music studio or was it just enough right in time. I've really WANNA believe in toby. I just want to hope that this was a lapse. Because I've come around up to the birth of Jack to thinking that toby was was a guy I could get behind this gesture and the way that he's he's now Jack's best friend. Apparently I really WANNA believe it. I'm kind of. I'm kind of with Kate on this one in that. I WANNA believe it. I don't know if I if I can because of what he said. That makes sense absolutely. Yeah even though I said. I guess that I want to believe that a marriage should should be an open space where you can say things. You can't enforce the things you just can't UN here things I I love that. That's exactly the problem. Right now is that you can't UN here things so you better be sure that whatever it is. You're GonNa say something that you can basically live with and that is why we've talked about this a lot about the going outside your circle. It may not be the best idea to tell your your partner every single thing you might need to like bounce off of someone else. A friend or coworker or a therapist or somebody further out so that maybe you can hear how it sounds when you say and then say. Oh Shit is going to be a doozy if I say that to her and she is not gonna be able to hear that whereas my co worker or you know my brother my whatever might be able to turn it back and say hey listen. I'm not even that close to you in. That hurts my feelings really bad so you might not want to say that. I think that's okay. I don't think that And I don't think it diminishes the marriage. I really like you saying that. Did you have any questions at nor concerns about toby in Kate? Well on there's just. Do you believe toby has a change of heart? That's going to stick. We saw the the flash forwards that the that the music room stays the music room and becomes a big part of Ajax Life. That is true and you know who I saw in the Music Studio Jack. Only Jack the parents never showed up. He kind of went from baby to garage bands of various stripes and then him as a artist right. I don't know what to think about it. I mean it. It does seem to stick around. You're right that going from baby to high school implies that maybe there's a gap when it isn't there that maybe it's brought back although you say that there was a a little boy ish age. I'm going to go with maybe like a seven year old. Who's like playing? The keyboard and Kate is watching him but only kate. I don't remember seeing toby. So it was like are just the first slide into the future is like a boy that I didn't even really recognize was supposed to be jacked because you didn't know you were slipping into a fast forward there but then you see her smiling and stuff and then it keeps going so that makes me wonder if it if it's like a like a flashing the Pan and then it's brought back maybe when they get divorced or something. The bill's future flashes. They manipulated us before into thinking that. Randall and Beth splits Fil Right. They chew right now. I would say that they're manipulating us into thinking that toby is not part of the family anymore and that he's being invited to these last moments with Rebecca because I guess to honor the time that he was in the family to make sense. That's exactly how it feels currently but that doesn't necessarily mean that's what it is but You know the they did. They did a lot of good work to make. It seem like that's what it is. You have done good work but I mean but they are willing to go all in like that you know they are willing to drag you down the line for an awfully long time and feel like Oh you know what is it that what what did we. Everything was going to be the Crock Pot. I'm I'm still going with at some point. Kate dies and that just sends him like down spiral that's how he kind of disengages from the Pearson family even though you know those are still his kids. Aunts and uncles and that sort of stuff but it but we know with his depression some like he goes much darker than than you might expect. Absolutely I I like the concept of the of the music studio and I think that it seems positive. I like the little play Penny area you know. I think we had those exact areas for our kids into that. All felt very real and very realistic. I don't know I don't know how I feel about toby. I I don't know if this is one of those. This feels like the right thing. I should be saying right now and so I'm GonNa do this. Or if he really has a change of heart taking it at face value at this point is I don't know just the only way that you can kind of stay sane right and move forward with having another adult in the house see now. This is a very important little portion. The way that she gets to this point is by having lunch with Madison going outside the the most intimate circle and taking it a step out listening to someone else from the outside say. Hey you know like what do you think about this? You know. He's somebody who knows you with no makeup on. He knows you as a real person and you know who else is. He going to discuss his deepest fears with without any kind of punishment that see now kate. I feel like is doing a good job. Like she went out she hers. Here's this other stuff and she's like okay all right. I'm at least willing to like float this as like. Maybe this is. The foundation of marriage in y thinks she should work out here so I'm okay with all that speaking of Madison. We have two little side note. Kevin what toby like when he was like. That's really funny. Yeah that really really funny. It's good that was good little comic relief there and like a little glimpse into old jobs in a way that made me like God damn it. You know. Because he's like permission react like they were in such a place that like. He couldn't even be funny for a second he couldn't even deal with it and it was like man. Just be your old self to be your own self. You know yeah. Did you think that Madison and Kevin are coming back in on the scene based on those things that she was saying? I thought that they're they're a legal couple already. I don't see any reason why they can't pursue things okay. I feel like this could be coming. And I'm trying to get myself geared up. You know who else wouldn't have food in the house. Madison eating issue and doesn't eat anything so she wouldn't have tons of food in that future. Kevin House right sessions not her. Good Cau- It'd be like changing gears shifting in a Kevin all right let's get into Kevin. Let's talk about this already. Kevin had a little bit of a different story line with Rebecca this episode. He has both a pretty. Weighty flashback with her combined with a current day outing how did you like how they were trying to kind of make a little parallel well and there was a third layer. It was they brought in the time that she and Jack went to Joni. Mitchell's house right or tried to find your Mitchell's house and they tried to try to stack that in there in that same same thing..
"We're here to discuss the fifteenth episode of the Fourth Season of. Nbc's this is us. This one was simply named clouds. You GotTa title read. It is the name of Joni Mitchell's second studio album. Shut up Paul. You're good. I don't know anyone else's second album names except for Joni Mitchell. I use pulled that right out of your ass crack air like here. You go clouds by Jody Michelle. Oh my Gosh I love it. This episode had a lot going on in terms of pushing our stories forward. We're going to start off with Randal this time which normally we might leave. Randall to last because he tends to be so heavy and complicated but I want to dive right in to eager to talk about his story this time we have. That flashback of report card dame where we set him up as an anxious youngster wanting to make sure he gets the best grades possible. We had the little bit with Beth. Saying like you know Let's get going to therapy kinda thing right. But then the majority of his storyline is in therapy. Let me ask you Paul. What did you think of this therapist? What was just your initial vibe. The there's a lot of things going on in those scenes. My initial vibe was was shaped because of some of those some of those things. Okay talk to me. The tight camera angle on his face not allowing us to see the doctor shortening our our perspective to only be Randall. And then making the coffee sound. Be This thing that Kinda got to bug us as much as bugged him having been in that chair myself and trying to explain away my own problems to someone that doesn't know me all felt kinda familiar and in a in a certain way too. But what did you think about her? Like okay so you. So you've been in the chair fine but this woman says Oh. I know your story Paul. I've heard your speeches. What are you thinking of this? Actual therapist seemed like she was trying to get a rise out of him. She seemed grows and the fact that we didn't see her for the longest time until the very end. It weirded me out really weirded me out what was that supposed to do. From like a film standpoint what are we supposed to be disengaged from her or was she supposed to come off that angry sounding or just or what? I think it was that if you if you go back and listen to Randall's answers most of his monologue in those sections because he really was just kind of talking to himself really. It was all about how he knew everything. He was fine with what he knew. He was sure about everything and so the idea was that the his perspective was just closed in right around him. Okay I like that. And so the camera was reflecting that too okay. I like that a lot. Can we talk about the couple of things that really really bothered him? So I thought professionalism portion right. I understand that the camera didn't show. But what do we think about the idea that she had gone and done any amount of research and or knew who he was in advance? Do we think any of that is okay? Do you need to have in anonymity with your therapist beforehand or was that like just jarring generally? I'm not a public figure so I never experienced however I have seen the Sopranos and the same thing's happened in the sopranos which he calls out. Was that the therapist from the Sopranos when they showed the are. You sure sounds very similar. Not they showed her face her no. It's on her but I mean she did a dead on sound alike of that sort of monotonous kinda deeper voiced woman affect that she had. But it's not the same same person her name you looking for. Lorraine BRACCO and it's not her. I'm looking for your mom. Your mom. Your mom is the therapist therapist. She's not qualified for that. How do you know what my mom's qualified because they hang up the she has special office? You don't even know while you find that that that is one of the opening parts of the relationship between Tony. Soprano and Dr Melfi is that she knows who he is and the reason she has to explain that is because if he were to explain anything that were that was a crime then she would be forced to report that and so she wanted to be very upfront about not wanting to be involved with any of that and so he had to re tool his narratives in his sessions to not make any crimes Very obvious that they that they went down anyway. So the actress that plays that therapist is Pamela. Adlon from better things. I don't know her. I don't know her either. Shows a good doctor. Melfi impression though she does she really does. Do you think that this the setup for like entrapment in terms of the coffee maker making that his which was fucking annoying was annoying to me was going to you watched with the screener and I think the sound effects were temporary because it sounded a lot like someone was using one of those glade air freshener automated things. That's just out of control like in the microphone like Shit. I don't know if I was hearing the the final sound effect but it was nasty. Was like really like how could you let this keep happening wasn't entrapment like did does she let it happen to be obnoxious to see if the person snaps at a sound at a sound like an auditory sugar? The whole thing felt like a setup in a way which I don't under- I you know my therapist. I don't understand if that's actual approach to trying to break somebody down or not but right but what was the other thing like I mean. He walked in and felt very very confronted by that picture hanging on the wall. But did did you recognize? It was something that upset. You recall it. It was like a person over like a chalk drawing with a bunch of balloons. Kind of floating. I you guys I. He was so pissed about. Why would you hang that up there? Her like what the Fuck Dude. He's pretty tuned up. I mean Oh yeah. Speaking of therapy. What do you think about the idea that Jack is the one that taught him the running and he kind of treated the running as essentially a replacement for actual therapy? You're just taught. Just keep running and that'll it'll all work itself out of you. Just focus on this physical activity. That's good advice for a boy but doesn't really apply to a man or do you think it's just like not great advice. Well a so as somebody who has definitely employed in a therapist in my life for various family members. I think that the literal running is positive in terms of getting out that extra energy and feeling a little bit of fatigue and sometimes that can quite your mind but the metaphorical like you could. Just keep running and running and running and Shit's not going to catch up to you. I mean want want. No of course not like. It's definitely going to get you at some point this. Yeah Paul you should stop reading. I would I mean definitely. We've all seen people use exercise as a means to control stress and Ihnen does combat stress. It isn't a bad way to do it. But I think that for Randall. Even at a very young age it was very clear that he needed a lot more support than just the Physical Stress Relief of jogging. He really really showed time and time again. He was a very stressed and anxious person. Do you think that that might come back in these sessions where even though it seems like The doctor wants to focus on mom. Do you think we have enough time for them to bring up dad. I do think that Dad's got to be brought up because I mean at the end of the day this is us really does try to bring Jack into every storyline. So there's really no way to not have him be a part of this therapy. Although I was really surprised he came back to the therapist. Everything about that therapy session upset me like I didn't want to be in therapy. I hated this therapist when he says. If if it wasn't for me my family my whole family would fall apart because. I'm the person that keeps it together when I think back just taking at face value. He's the one that throws Thanksgiving and that's like the big one altogether. He's the one that was the keeper of the Pilgrim. Jack Hatton he he has that gluing the family together when his brother is off filming things his sister has had her own batch of issues and now does have a special needs child but she's always kind of had her own batch of issues he always was the one that cared a lot about making sure they were altogether and he kept on the tradition so when she says. Oh would they follow up our would they? As if to imply your family would be completely fine. Even if you weren't on the face of the earth is like what the fuck are you doing lady like I know on one hand? That's like a you can take pressure off yourself because the weight of this family is not on your shoulders and it is up to everyone to keep the family together. Okay I got that but the way to say that like Oh would they fall apart? Would they now is so ugly and confronting in a way. That's like are you trying to make me feel like I'm not important and I don't play an important role in my family. Like Holy Shit Lady. How many people walk off single walk right in front of a bus like fucking Shit? Yeah I thought that the solution was not that he not go back to therapy. I thought the solution was just finding more compatible therapist hails. Yeah I don't think I could have step foot back in that office. I'll be honest with you. I don't think I could because I don't think I could deal with a therapist. Who was going to have that edge? Inner voice you know like I feel like I would automatically be like what is your damage heather like. I cannot continue to look at you like this and you already are making me feel like very on edge that you know who? I am almost the way that she said it almost felt. I know this is off base but it almost felt like blackmail early like it felt like inclu. When the person's I I know who you are and I know who you work for like also like the fuck. I'm sitting in this like you. Know playroom of therapy office in. I don't know why you're talking to me like that. Why don't you just let me tell you that what my job is and what I do like why are you? Why would you cut me off to tell me something like that? You could see where she she would want to try to provoke away to get him off script so that he starts to say something that is new in and something that has been generated by fresh thought rather than running off script. Okay I can lean into that a lot the idea that like I don't want you to just keep telling me the same thing but wouldn't like ninety percent of therapists say it seems as though you've told this story before and perhaps it even is something that just comes off almost like rote memory for you. Maybe we could export in a different way rather than be like. I know who you are. And I've heard your speech is like it was so aggressive was. I don't know maybe I'm just being super sensitive. I don't know that first session with a therapist. If they're not asking for for that kind of information than you know they're just GonNa take you from here and move forward without looking back and tried to treat you is that that's not real. I just don't I don't know she really wigged out. If there's if there's therapists out there that are listening to this. Who SAY NO. This is like a real well-documented of very effective method of dealing with first time patients. You've got to shake him up. You gotta rattle them got upset them you know and then if they come back you know they're serious or I don't know what I'm not sure what this. Maybe this is a true method but boy did it bother me and I gotta say I'm someone who has Mesa phony. That's somebody who gets very irritated. Easily about noises. The hissing thing out of all right so the first thing we have to deal with. Is that noise where it's coming from. It has to stop and then if you WANNA talk about how we're going to make me feel better about. Sounds awesome but like that's got to stop. I'm going to turn inside out right now and I gotTa tell you I thought is he. Is Everyone hearing the sound or is it only randall? I thought that too. I got really nervous. That it was like is does he think people are like booing and hissing Adam. I don't know what's happening. So Weird. The tail end of Randall's story is him. I mean just before he goes back to the doctor goes to Beth and he's like it's not for me new and Beth lays it on him like the truth of it in. I was just wondering does that. Does that feel familiar at all? Does that does that ring true to you. I think that the concept of you have a responsibility to the other people that you share your life with to do your best to maintain your own mental and physical health is a real message and is very fair and very reasonable the idea of just neglecting yourself and thinking that will the only person I'm harming is myself is Is just not accurate when you're in a family and especially with Beth and Randall. Where everything she was saying was so real. You know that she was a part of a break into. She has fears and concerns too but she can't even share that with him or get much get support because he is he is so fragile and so is like the camera so narrow on his way he sees things right on his experience right like the fact that she chose to go to her..
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"Machine of mayor Daley cash assistance them amateurs hated all that they they want to politics to be about these big ideas they've cared about liberal values civil rights but they didn't want to dirty their hands in grassroots organizing because it was a little dirty you know power can corrupt but if you really want something out of politics you have to actually make this choice in power leaders in your community and they might burn you but they're also the only vehicle we have for power for good things and when you're talking about people who feel detached or sad about politics all the indications are that cable news or too much social media or news consumption in general will deplete you whereas actual engagement can invigorate you right in the same way that all community engagement whether it's religious or civic is correlated with being happier this is too I think if you kind of imagine in person version of politics based on what you experience on social media it just seems awful it's angry it's antagonistic how could a liberal convince a fox news viewer to take their side or vice versa but then you go to a community meeting like that one and pearl Pennsylvania or one anywhere in the country and you see something much different much more uplifting and positive for the day slow and steady move people in their direction so I think it's just a much more positive experience and people management today writing in the cot recently the day after the assassination of general Saloum Mani writer Brigid read describe the sensation of watching the stream of reactions on Twitter she wrote it was terrifying to be suddenly aware of how much time and attention given over to this strange place where everything happens but nothing happens convincing me I'm doing something when I'm doing nothing risking nothing or worse there's nothing else I can actually do or risk when of course there is I think politics seems so sad online often because we follow these news stories and they're big news stories at least at any time they seem big the molar report seems so big in the Ukraine story an impeachment these are big historical moments but my role as a citizen in those moments is not important I'm not important to what's happening in the impeachment what's happening with the military in Iran but I am important if I place myself in the community Hey Tom thank you very much my pleasure etan hearses a political science professor tops and author of politics is for power.
"Abe If there's if there's like a if there could it'd be like a third lead on the show I think it's got to be a although rose has has gone from dutiful the And Wife to someone that is tired of taking shits in an we'll hand it back to you right and that that that began last season you know. Obviously she laughed and went to France and all that kind of stuff in in came back as a changed person but now at Abe is is going through a little finding himself phase of his of his life. She's she's not mean about it she's just having him face reality about what. What all this costs? Yeah who knew that she had a trust fund. I had no. Oh idea and that. That's what is really propelling. Their life in a Lotta ways. Also I think that maybe a being the third lead you could look at him like he is also representative of of a certain slice of the population that was going from this fifties mentality the company man and can you know being so lockstep with the university and with the idea of you know just you just work for the same place for fifty years you get your your gold watch you leave kind of I think the fact that he is also going from the fifties man to the sixties man thinking more about free speech civil rights. These kinds of things are gonNA come. I think that he may give us the little. It'll vehicle to be able to examine what's going on more societally because midges in this like very pocketed situation we might be able to see what it is like for an individual person to be exploring this from a white guy point of view I think is going to give us more of what is going to be like more looking at like diversity versity and civil rights and stuff from a different point of view made certainly from a woman's point of view. We've kind of delved in that like a wee bit but I think that watching even seeing his personal growth not just just finding himself but the national or even international movement of. It's not okay to dislike it yourself as the company man but start thinking about like free speech and who having your own voice not just being one of the pack. It'd be interesting to see where that goes because they are weaving in and out of reality in terms of like who we meet and they release Lenny. Bruce's it's it's almost like there's sort of like a a a notoriety cap placed on the maizels in the wise men's like they're. They can't get famous enough that everybody should know their name. Because they're they're fictional people. You know what I mean That what does that. What does that mean in terms of like like their overall reach you know like can he hang out with Timothy leary in seasons to come or right? Or what the fact that they actually woven into the lenny. Bruce line was surprising. Yes I didn't I didn't know or for C.. Pass that the two of them could have been in the same place at the same sometime but this whole free speech and rights and general discussion and the fact that they both go to jail together and he's willing to actually bail let out actually roses. I recall the first episode. Yeah I thought that was very expertly done in terms of I didn't see those two characters characters teaming up in any kind of way it allows lenny to not only have to play the role of this potential. Love interest like he can actually be a EH dialogue partner with Abe in a completely different storyline. which is Great? Because we don't have to lose the character just because Mitch goes on tour right. I mean that's one character that the fans have been asking for more of Bruce. Yeah and so again since one thousand nine. We all know that Lenny Bruce passes away in real life in nineteen sixty six so we still have a good amount of time with him so I feel like I'm like okay. Okay you we don't get to his death do you think right. I don't I bet this season three from what I've heard we're going to go to season five so that feels good in terms of keeping money vital. Yeah at least upright right. So that's a good thing I'm excited Dec- ape and Lenny's connection and see where that's going to go and I think that the rose aves conversations about how their life really worked. I loved that in terms of again Dan. Speaking to that what you thought our nineteen fifties life was like you thought you were the breadwinner. You thought you were doing it. All on your own. You thought you understood what you know. The Price Ace of the made was honest but in reality women were always behind the scenes always running different parts of the show and in fact she was bringing your own money to the table with the Trust Fund that Somehow Abe was just not even paying attention to seems a little hard to believe in terms of the books but also she was just doing this via cash like he thought he wrote down that he paid the made but really only half of what she really made. That's clever and real. Yeah he met Lenny because he was was confronted with the idea of him being ignorant and he couldn't live with that and multiple weight. I mean obviously ignorant to the books ignorant to how the life was going but then of course has his blow up and says you are ignorant to what is going on outside our door and so once confronted with it he goes right in meats and so you know he might have been criminally ignorant about about not knowing how his family's finances worked okay but now that he knows about about it. I Bet I bet it's something. He concerns himself with at first and foremost make sure everybody's didn't care. And I definitely think that it will allow rose and APES EBBS relationship to change a lot in terms of realizing how much she is a part of everything. There was sort of that whole like even said at the beginning like you know he went off to work every day. He's the provider our. He's the breadwinner and it's like. Yeah but so is she and like you didn't realize how much she was doing and I think if he comes back to the table understanding how much she's doing then they stay in have much more equal relationship and a more interesting evolved relationship as we're moving through the show. I think that's a guarantee 'cause I don't think he wants to lose her. We went to France chance to go get her back. I sure which is so. This is kind of a cool evolution of that because he could have had to have just changed purely because she supposedly like you know put her foot down moved away the kind of head of the separation period but this is even more so like there there are actually having a much more revealing how this relationship typically works and how our family has really been successful all these years. It really hasn't just been a much to his surprise. Well I'm looking forward to a a bunch of surprises for this season. I hope that there's lots of twists and turns. I know being in season three. We run the risk of being like okay. You know who the characters are you. We have established established. You know what their storyline is generally going to be so now just sit back and turn in every week and I don't like I still want twists and turns as to what surprises houses. I want I want to be wondering what's going to happen next. And sometimes these third season fourth season Ohio. WE'RE GONNA END IT in the fifties and so now we're going to throw everything anything in the kitchen sink air. Everything's in the whole thing is going to be going on in season five. Thanks a lot for sticking through three and four where you just had to quietly eat popcorn could and just kinda go along with us every week. A hope that the dance numbers are not an indicator. Oh you are Larry. I think you should just get used to it that there's going to be a lot of focus on appreciating those moments. During that time. They've done that in other instances and been clever about I and made it important instead of just exercising. Their own whims on what their personal interests are and making all sit through it. I think that that because has the costuming and the music and the style overall of the shots and of the show. I don't want them to pare that down. I don't there's nor reason for them to say like well they get it. They get it that we know how to do vibrant colors. They get it that we know how to do exciting shots. Let's just clip clip clip and get to the important parts of the show like. I'm okay with them. Leaving a little flowery in between meaning go ahead and lag a little on the tap dancing. Let me see. I WANNA see their choreography. I think it's funny and cool cool and makes me smile and and so because the costuming music and the general tone of the show is a character unto itself. I don't think they need to just ditch it. I got it in this. I want a whole song multiple but really that one whole song as i. I mean guys. This is getting to be a lot but but I hear what you're saying. Hey one thing I think. He's speaking of a wardrobe and wardrobe malfunction. I definitely think that that part would. She's taking the group shot and she likes like her skirt flips up. And there's a photograph Every part of my bone says that Shit's coming back to haunt her bad. I believe it. That's kind of major. Needs to take the cameras up. Say Give me your money. You can't trust anybody with that. That's for damn sure. And I think that's going to be probably a source of conflict pursues and Midge in the future because that's the type of thing that a manager she can't know what it looked like from the other side. She can't know exactly when they when they flashed the camera bowl but your manager sure as hell should be watching and so hopefully. She wasn't too distracted about.
LA County supervisor proposes another temporary homeless shelter in San Pedro
"St Peter leaders expected to back a plan but a second a homeless shelter in the area despite objections from the area's councilmen all Ellie cities one hundred unit beacon street bridge housing complexes set to open in April LA county supervisor Janice I was pitching the idea for a second shelter to be run for three years at a site nearby we have this vacant county building that could temporarily howls over forty people who currently are sleeping on the streets in San Pedro I think it's a good idea it's common sense and we need to do everything we can to try to bring people inside Daley city council job strainer was concerned having two sites within less than a mile of each other could lead to overwhelming the area with people in need of services points out the property might be better used for mixed use permanent housing members of the Saint Peter chamber of commerce may be inclined to support both ideas at a meeting later this week
Man sentenced to life in prison for murder of off-duty Chicago officer in attempted carjacking
"Hour a cook county judge sentences a man to life in prison plus thirty five years for the murder of an off duty Chicago police officer nine years ago WBBM sim goddesses live on the news line with that story Lisa and one Carter was convicted of killing officer Michael Bailey in a shoot out when Carter tried to steal Bailey's car as he was washing it outside his park manner home in July twenty ten Bailey was part of then mayor Richard M. Daley security detail Kevin Graham is president of the fraternal order of police it was an appropriate sentence and I am grateful to the courts for recognizing that we need to send a message to people who are going to willfully kill people without regard to their life war to their families prosecutors said Bailey had bought the Buick regal as a present to himself in anticipation of retiring in a few
Dr. Aldon D. Morris Discuss History of Sociology Pertaining to Black America
"John Leo Hinton Junior and welcome to another edition up in black miracle on news leaks program Doctor Alden. Moore's professor of Sociology and African American Studies at Northwestern University and president elect of the American Sociological Issue Logical Association in Black America. Many of the early white sociologists were actually quite racist and they preached that that in in many ways that black people were inferior and therefore they deserve to be at the bottom of the society because of their meager talents and intellect. So they did not pay much attention to the horrific Jim Crow period period of slavery. And so on. And so what that means is that the factors like oppression and Discrimination and Terence fourth and not bigger into their now about why black people face so much why they were and why they were at the bottom of society and And and this might be interesting you but the first to sociology books were actually written all race actually written by two I believe they were white. Mississippi and established in one thousand nine hundred. Five small group led by Lester. Ward William Grand something to Franklin Jennings and Albion small at a meeting any of the American Economic Association. The American Sociological Association held his first meeting the following year in Providence Rhode Island the membership in in one thousand nine hundred sixty two at one hundred fifteen for the first several decades the activities of the society or sending on publishing a journal holding an annual annual meeting and performing various administrative functions. Such as record keeping sending out communications and so forth and forty nine the first executive executive officer was appointed on a part time basis and in one thousand nine hundred sixty three. The Association established permanent headquarters in Washington. DC since the organization was founded. There has only been three African American presidents PRYATTA. More selection. Dr Al and Moore's will be the one hundred twelfth president of the American Sociological Association. He was served one year as president-elect and then become president of the Association in August Twenty Twenty he has taught at northwestern university. Since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight I was born and raised and Wyler Mississippi. Then I left and when I was twelve thirteen years old to and moved to Chicago and has lived in Chicago most of my life. I'm currently in in Chicago. Oh went to school and Peoria Illinois then I don't Long Island New York first job with the University of Michigan which has stayed about eight years and then I moved to North Western University. And I've been there ever since came to North Western in nineteen eighty eight idea about your childhood. Oh my childhood well. I was born in Jim Crow Mississippi. And I remember that I was just a boy I was six years old. When Emmett till was lynched He was lynched only about twenty miles. From where we we live. live with my grandparents and it had a tremendous impact on me and my generation. Some of us now refer to it as the Emmett till generation and I I remember going to the Colored School Having to sit on the back of buses Drink from Colored Water Fountains and do be be insulted and all kinds of ways especially my grandparents Were very strong people and I as a boy. I didn't understand why they were being called a boy aunt. And all of this kind of stuff so I experienced Jim Crow Racism in the heart of the South and Rural Mississippi. And then of course we were my mother and her siblings. Almost all of them have been part of the great migration and so they always lived in Chicago. Saint Louis and Milwaukee Detroit other places and so I as a little boy. I thought that The North was really really the promised land that they were really gold streets and milk and honey and all of that and so I also knew that I was going to come to Chicago once my elderly grandparents. It's passed and when they did. I was shocked with a double dose of new racism the the northern version. And so I you know I went to finished elementary school in Chicago. A went to community college and Chicago worked in factories in Chicago and And experienced a great deal love Racism and so on and Chicago of course This was the early seventy they sixties. The civil rights movement was still going on on the black power movement in particular was raging and so Also would assist that. They're the change could happen because I wouldn't have those movements and when I saw on television what was happening in the civil rights movement and all I. I grew up with a lot of hope. I thought we were going to change this thing. I had no idea that we would be where we are here. In the twenty thirty first century now you grew up in Chicago doing the radio station. WBO winds high days and allies Mohammed. And Jesse Jackson Operation Pushing Russian mayor. Daley tell us about that experience. It was a very A very rich rich experience by the time I was in Chicago. UGH Oh well I. I witnessed these a lot of the civil rights movement. The march on Washington and The Birmingham confrontation on television. 'cause I was in Chicago. Oh I was deeply influenced by Martin Luther King Junior and And then of course here in Chicago Jesse Jackson was his protege and so ooh I participated in protests and marches and so on that involved him and many many others Chicago was a very very Rich kind of Environment Like now it has some of the best and the worst tendencies of America and I went to a predominantly Lee White High School Where we were not as like people like students we were not considered to be smart? We were not considered to be college materials and so we weren't prepared appeared to they. They did not teach us to be those things and But yes I mean on on. You could drive down one street and park in front of me. Elijah Muhammad's house and you can go on a little bit east and you'll be at Jesse Jackson's headquarters and and so you know operation breadbasket is getting all of that. I do vaguely remember when Dr King about the Movement to Chicago in nineteen sixty six and there were marches for fair a housing and there was some of the most racist outpouring that the nation has ever seen When in one of those margins Dr King was hit upside the head with a brick and he said Ed that you know? I've been in Birmingham and I've been Montgomery. I've been in Mississippi but I've never seen the kind of racism that I'm experiencing here in Chicago so it was a mixed bag growing up here. I mean on the one hand. It was a vibrant strong rich black community. You know we had ebony and jet and all of the Black businesses the one that we had so many movements going on and and leaders both young and old. I was in community college when Fred Hampton and Mark Clark where fascinated they were black panthers and And that was the first time I saw Jesse Jackson in person. He came to my community college. I'll southeast junior colleges. In the end he spoke to us and And and I was like wow man. This is one of the most powerful individualism was ever heard so I remain active on movements but also You know Had never no one in my immediate family. That never gone to college so I didn't have any plans to go to college and And then the Vietnam war start raging and and I was working in Spiegel's warehouse and And I knew I didn't want to go to Vietnam and I ended up going to a community. Unity College us. Because then you could get for with the ferment. Kept you out of the service for a little while so so I did that and that was. That was the very beginning. Some of my college experience I in fact With somewhat afraid to go to community college because you know Com being a first generation student. I thought that everybody was going to be so much smarter than me. And then I was GonNa say things get laughed at it and all of that but I I went on. There was still more appealing. Attractive to meet and go into Vietnam and so I went. I went to a community college and I started reading. Do Boards and Margaret Walker and David Walker Peel. And all that kind of
"The fourth season of NBC's this is us we're GonNa talk about strangers the pool part two and unhinged I tell you said count them through the it makes you think you're GONNA go walk aw like account three three episodes like that and like that yeah so we're doing something a little bit at this time because of the way that this is US chunks out information we thought you know what we can repackage it for you and help you sort of understand different characters and groups things and just talked about their progression through like several episodes so may not always be three we may do to next time we may do five next time what however it kind of looks to where there's an obvious kind of pause part in the story and we felt like that this one especially after the first one we were like you know what we really not comfortable adjust diving right in and talking about only the first one like it's like we need more info you know there wasn't enough there to really sit here and talk to you about it we really wanted you're it's weird episode because it's the beating in the fourth season but in a lot of ways reminded me of the pilot in that introduced a bunch of people we didn't know and by the end of it you knew how everybody was connected but watching it you're like I'm watching stories about people I don't know I'm not sure how to invest in that I agree the only that I question is that given that this season for and we have beloved characters and we have left them in somewhat of like cliffhanger you kind of situations everyone was being making these big changes and all this stuff was happening that to come back and make us spend the entire first hour with people we didn't know at all I think that's different than being non watching a pilot where you're like well of course I don't know these people I just started this show right but if you're in the fourth season and you're like Jones in for some Pearson's you're getting not a I mean the kind of backlash that we saw people being like a march in the right show to wanting to flip the chair I'm confused what's happening I'm losing my mind like people were really not loving that what did you think did you feel like this is awfully goes on we're just going to be honest a lot of parts of it for as much as of course we love Baby Jack and of course there's parts to it that we really loved because we didn't know who these people were until Wade the end we were very distractibility during the episode which is not really like us Birlik doing other things I was like coming in out of the room like this is just not the way we handle watching shows we love I don't know if I can speak to that exactly except for like I said I wasn't sure who to invest in I mean obviously there was like a central character to each one of those little stories but hey how much are we going to need to know Maliki Dad Cassidy's husband those kinds of not even like secondary characters it's like really auxiliary characters so turns out at least through the first three episodes not that much leaks dad that's funny so you guys we're going to chunk this out probably very differently than you guys might think of episodes one through three but just Harris how were hoping that this actually like makes you guys think of things and maybe a little bit different way so I'm a laid out for you I we're going to go through all and I mean all of the flashbacks I know I know I know then we're going to do Kevin's holster reline from one through three Randall's families whole story line from one to three and Kate Toby maybe Jacksonville story line one three now that sounds like holy Shit y'all have been awful lot and in some ways yes but in another way because these stories some of them only moved forward like an entire episode what we found is that like l. like each of these really went like one page on our notebook I get really wasn't nearly as far as we thought again why we thought we could chunk these together so Paulo you said tweet Carolina please please please please please care can we please do the flashbacks I a donation page is ever real hard time Hoy way okay so we're going to go way that Paul we're GONNA go way way back to our man Jack but that now I guess we go save Jack Senior I don't know you know we got baby Jack where we can call that man jack the rest of his life yes I'm a grownup Jack Can I say grownup Jack Jack Senior and we have this entire story line of him meeting Rebecca's parents and more interestingly how McGill intricately weaves into the meeting of the parents story like Gal is the man who sells in the sports coat and tells him to Tuck in the tag yes which is is one of those moments you can return it later right but does one of those moments where I'm giving you my loving but critical eyebrow because really I mean okay I appreciate the fact that we need to have people have these moments right but it gets a little dawn what's right where you make mcgill like work at his current work and they also we was also the salesman at the sports coats store like I don't it gets title didn't didn't Don draper sell Roger Sterling Code that's how they met yes yes he did yes but later her will so again is it the same well I don't know because then Miguel later becomes boss of Jack and then here we have Roger became boss Don I don't know it's all flying around ahead bosses and how you meet your workers who maybe that's the story line this is us all the story of how the bosses meet their word all right I gotta sell a coke there's a lot of coats sills in all right let's get into this fall so we have that whole seed have you ever just anything and like article of clothing and tucked in a tag is that a thing that boys do not okay so it is a thing that lady's a lot of times we could dress for one occasion to be extremely expensive like you guys were the sports coat that's a little shortsighted because I mean if he didn't own one I mean he's Promo Code sometime the rest of his life you know we know men they were the same sports go for a decade long years what has you whereas if I wear a lovely Egan's evening gown I'm probably not going to wear that again right people already Siemian it over gave them plummets past right right now I'm not saying that I have touched in read the runway tags but yes this is why things like rent the runway which they should sponsor us now like have come to life because it's like just rent us for thirty bucks 'cause we know you're in tech and returning it anyway so just be more legit about it all right we've got sports coat right heading out to dinner would think about Rebecca's mom and dad they want the best for hurt for their daughter like any parent does they've reservations about this kind of older guy came back from the war they you are what do you call it subconsciously insulting throughout the meal by saying things about the war that suggests now it only being a casual around yeah like roll just like we'll just chill like throwing out these things about soldiers more they got Louis I mean shit mean I don't know how do you how do you get away with saying that in front of a soldier it's crazy I think it's extremely cruel so how how did do you feel about the way that Jack handled it could you have done that if you were meeting a girl's parents for obsessively the first time here could you like come back in like stand up eighty something to them or like you know either swallow it or say something regrettable the fact that he said something very calmly but not in any kind of way that suggests that you might misinterpret his intentions that he was standing firm about his opinion on this that he was very calm about it and rock solid in his message is definitely the Jack that we that we paid for you know came to see well so like for my own self when I'm in those landslide I totally clam up but I also never wanna let it go so then I'm like the person who totally write him a letter leader and like think it through or like have one hundred different there weren't texting at the time but like rhyme like about that thing you said had dinner upon like you know thinking about it really bothered me I would totally like Matt later 'cause they couldn't let it couldn't let it lie you know not very good at like leading things go per se like pudding things to raise has suck at that but I would say that like in the moment the blood rushes to my head I can't think of anything I just want to run away very fighter right now is pick flight later that's a bad that's not a good characterization of you 'cause I really WanNa hear often it's more tied in into the relationship with the person that saying the thing so often you get tongue tied because you can correct wrong but I feel I will and if not now then later in a letter or text I feel like you if it's someone especially related to you it's like you can't believe David say something so careless or or or something like that but don't really correct and like we have an aunt who is in her sixties now maybe late fifties and continues to use the word hearted in casual conversation when she she means she's when she's made a bad decision and I think this is like the this word when you say it lessons you you as a person are degraded by saying this word you know you just toss it around yeah but but every time I have a really hard time in the moment like I will like wins but like I'm really I really have a hard time in the moment like dealing with it because of exactly what you said I guess you know you WanNa feel the surely they can't be saying that you know like I guess there's this like that I'm never over the disbelief in time for make me kind of what Jack did is because he's I'm not a person that that values relationships like I should wow that's a mouthful so I can see maybe how Jack is like my relationship is this with this woman so if I damage my relationship with her dad maybe it doesn't matter because I can still probably you know win her over which will be interesting because I mean obviously you know in the moment it seems like things are okay and then afterwards the dad's like look dude you have demon sounds unlike you need to sabotage shit yeah basically which think about it though I mean we both have dads who would not take kindly you being spoken to by a way younger man like that you know they would not appreciate that especially the like you said the dynamic of being like you're dating my daughter I mean.
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Victorias Secret in Turmoil Following Death of Jeffrey Epstein
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney beaus. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily in <music> from wondering i'm david brown of this business wars daily on this monday august twelfth. It appears to be a time of reckoning getting for victoria's secret lingerie brand owned by l. Brands is in turmoil. It cancelled its famous fashion show which has been criticized as being out of touch with with the metoo era longtime marketing chief ed razek who originated the fashion show and dreamed up the victoria's secret angels concept has announced his retirement tyrant last week a group of more than one hundred models petition the company to sign a legally binding contract committing to protecting models from sexual misconduct this this after accusations of various acts of misconduct by victoria's secret photographers and eighty three year old l. brands founder. Les wexner is under scrutiny nick for his fifteen year long association with the late convicted sex offender and accused sex trafficker jeffrey epstein epstein was found dead in his new york jail sal on saturday earlier in the week wexner had accused epstein misappropriating what he called vast sums of money from himself and his family wexner cut ties with epstein in two thousand seven regular listeners to business wars daily heard us report on victoria's secrets troubles before the brand's sales are down as it competes with startups like third love and lively third love in particular has pushed an inclusive body positive image reflecting the changing culture of millennials and gen z. that that inclusivity is becoming more and more common throughout the lingerie business but victoria's secret under chief marketing officer roddick's leadership hasn't pivoted added to reflect the changing culture months ago razek ignited a backlash against the brand when he said transgender models had no place in the brand's fashion and show and the victoria's secret had no interest in selling clothing for larger women meanwhile revelations that jeffrey epstein acted for years as les wexner exner financial advisor and also allegedly represented himself to potential models as a victoria's secret representative have also damaged the company l. brand shares dropped ten percent in july after news of epstein's arrest for trafficking underage girls according to c._b._s. News l. brands denied any formal ties is with epstein but is investigating possible association with the company c._b._s. Reports that investigation is being led by l. Brands independent directors signs of change are afoot only months after razzaq's inflammatory comments victoria's secret has hired its first transgender model as of last week and in may and internal memo indicated that executives would rethink everything from marketing to merchandise to real estate. It has embarked on closures. Here's of more than fifty stores this year with rock out of the picture at week speculates that victoria's secret could hire a replacement who would enact the drastic changes changes the brand needs and that l. brands might even consider hiring gasp a woman to fill that role well in the meantime victoria's secret rival liable third love with its seventy eight bra sizes and friendly down to earth image continues to grow to date. It's raised almost seventy million dollars and has reported had revenues of more than one hundred million sure that's still tiny compared to victoria's secrets multibillion dollar business but it's trending upward quite eight unlike victoria secret from wondering this is business wars daily. Hey listen shared this episode of the red. Why don't you you can do that on most podcast apps right from your phone. Thanks a bunch. I'm david brown. We'll be back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with centro online is just click sand and save for as low lowest four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash bill daley. That's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.
"This is disgusting ninth episode of the Third Season Inmates Tale. This one is called he roic. Do you have any guesses on he wrote. I have a couple of thoughts go for it well as predicted by me mostly last episode the Gilead officials have kept this woman's body alive just so that it could keep the baby alive so one might call those he roic measures. I certainly live for the baby only right and that's that's a running theme in this episode is they're hoping for one thing for the baby heroically anti heroically that hoping for different things for the mom and then we have the turn at the very end with with June in her kinda resolve kind of becoming heroic again. I think maybe all that ties together into making the title makes sense. What do you think I like all of that? My mind instantly went to heroic measures because that's we are talking about medical measures at all ROIC is the thing that comes to my mind right there. You think article measure yeah. Is there like a chump Niger as far as like rogues at the top right and then there's sort of you know like at a bus driver something at the Middle Area. They like doing their job but you know it's like it's not really a ROIC per. Se you need an adjective not onto now not not bus driver but like Shumpert measures or like lazy measures or some other some other good adjective for the type of measures. I guess basic measures what some people get Arizona's irs. I don't know that'd be the other end of the spectrum. I definitely only felt like this episode. My my initial takeaway vibe was ooh. I don't know if people are GonNa like this episode. This is a rough episode. It's very claustrophobic feeling I know that's by design but still as an audience member. I feel like squeamish that I have to sit through that feeling of being stuck in a hospital room now one of the things for us if you guys don't follow us on other podcasts is that we have spent an awful lot of time in hospital rooms. The two of our children were in the hospital for six months and so in that regard I may have in P._T._S._d.. Reaction to this episode that other people maybe I'm very off the mark maybe they're not feeling quite as Yuck as I do about the episode certainly just listening to the beeping of the machinery and the white lights and the those moments when the beeping will go faster or slower than the texts would come running in too familiar for me so there's a lot of parts to it that just feel. How do you feel about this upset? What do you think that fellow audience members are? GonNa feel about it. Just an overall vibe a lot of the written reviews that I've seen about this season have been fairly negative that the show is basically lost. Its way A it's wrecking some of its characters so I feel like audiences may be set up to really hate this episode basically and lie that what what makes you feel that way what makes this one particularly grading for are people the single setting the claustrophobic feeling the sense of unreality like one of the first things we'll talk about is that June breaks fourth wall right. What did you think about that and we actually had to stop? Stop it and rewind it and watch that again because I'm like. I'm sorry to change us. Talk directly to us. What is this about and is do you think this is going to continue throughout the series? I hope not I mean there's there's two reasons that I know of. There's there's probably won't but there's two reasons that I know of that. A narrative allows a character to break the fourth wall. One of them is that they're being very Meta that somehow that character or the actor playing the character is fully aware that there on T._v. show and they're kind of winking at the audience 'cause they're they're. They're exchanging like a joke or something that exists outside of the show. It's like we're an actor famous for for one roller align or something like that says the line on another movie or something like Batman Winks at the camera then goes and does their thing like that sort of thing happens but not in serious dramas. The other time that I see breaking the fourth wall is when the person's going crazy agree on that and I do do things that that is the reason why we get it here. There is some absolute break with reality here and I feel like that the doctor said it best when he asked how long have you had suicidal thoughts and she's like now. No I've just been thinking about like hurting other people and he's like but you know no that would put you on the wall so therefore. How long have you been having these suicidal thoughts now here's my only life <hes> doc on that we have had emily run over guys head? We've had emily established in the back she in Canada not on the wall right. You know <hes> I feel like the doctors is using false logic with her because it's it's that there is in some sense especially with June that she is getting away with murder with us the big complaint with her this season especially the none of this stuff is caught up with her in any serious way. It seemed like that business that she had say last week or the week before when she was like Oh. You can't miss me up because they might need me for T._V.. For Canada that whole story line only gets Kinda grazed on in this episode you know see the urgency in the immediacy of dealing with Nicole that was really so present in the first few episodes the steam. I'm the momentum for that storyline that could have been kept very pulsating for the viewer is now just kind of fizzling along agreed and not only that again like it leads to this specious reasoning of the doctor him saying we'll if you hurt someone or do something out of line. You know you're going to be put on the wall so therefore you must be suicidal. Well <hes> only from your point of view doc but if you've been watching the show like we have you'd say now she does a lot of antics fully not expecting affecting have to go on the wall so I've asked this question point blank then do you think June is suicidal throughout this episode or do you think that she is just losing it for having to be stuck in this room and the physical pain and the mental anguish wish of having to deal with this but do you think she's legit suicidal. No I do not either. I do not either. I think that anyone would go stir crazy having to stay in a room. I think that your brain could definitely be losing it from the beeping sounds and stuff yeah I know for us that drove us really insane like you had to kind of get away from it for a little while the second it would start beeping really fascinating. Every one of us would like lunge for the silence the beeper button you know so I do feel like that. There's ways that people kind of lose touch with reality best suicidal isn't quite it so I really challenge that doctor and the whole notion that you're supposed to feel like she suicidal throughout. Do you think the producers want us to she suicidal title no hey but it's unclear what they want us to think about her anyway. I love that you say that. Tell me more for instance. She last week was explaining how she starting to take great pleasure in the pain of of other people around her. Yes specifically shoes super. Happy of Matthew lost it last week in other cases. She is operating. This shoe is like she's she's found out about the Martha network network right and just wants to dive in even though you know she doesn't why would they let her you know why would they do that and like she's a tourist in the revolutionary field right right with with the Martha's so she's kind of like hopping from screwing around with Serena and trying to work things that way to the to the Martha underground railroad stuff to kind of becoming sadistic if I had to say say what her character was was really aiming to do this season I I couldn't. Maybe maybe it'll be defined later but here I can't say I think that that Super Fair did you recognize the doctor wasn't that billy from MM. Ally mcbeal was it is with a beard and you know I mean obviously forty pounds and think so weird. I don't know how about that. I just feel weird. Well not not ready think about that all very upset. Folks let just feels weird all right so let's get into like delve into some of the deeds of that episode so while we aren't sure what we're supposed to be thinking about June in terms of what's going on in the inner working of her head head. Let's talk a little bit about what they told. US is going on with you so lydia is basically making her sit there because after all this is her walking partner so well she would she be now. Do you think that that's legit or is this actually punishment. I think it's punishment to this. Walking partner can't walk. Why would I need to babysit them? I I have bred to go and buy at the lows and fishes skinny. Another partner just seems like Principal Nodar completely so it does I feel like punishment at also feels like the mental anguish and the fact that you know easily. The doctor was like a leaving her in here for months at a time is not good for her brain like it's GonNa Atrophy big time so clearly this is meant to be one of those mental punishments that we discussed in a previous episode that they're starting to rely on. Let's not just cut out their tongue or hurt there is but let's go ahead and like really screw with their heads by the end of her. Stay we know of it probably at least five weeks that she has been forced to stay there on her knees by the end of our state's been months was months. Oh I thought I remember from something about thirty two days at the very very beginning it was and then they had the sun coming goal on the window over over and over and over again in different times and he says you can't leave someone in here for months M- okay so yeah no definitely has been the idea of bringing in the other handmaid's more the wives to do these prayers joe feelings on this this. It's a new twist on the way that they've been doing things. The whole time you know sort of creating these quasi religious ceremonies to try to create some unity I guess in the in the different classes unity within a class and separation amongst classes so it's it's a new twist on on an old idea that you said that <unk> try to make a ritual out of it because having the medical intervention and having this like very science sterile situation is so not what they do when it comes to the ceremony when it comes to birthing the babies at home with a wife in the bed and all this kind of like it's so like that if you look at that as like a religious ritual on that side and then we have the super sterile setting you're right it's like they were trying to kind of jam some of that ritualistic religious kind of feel into it but it seems so weird you know like knowing here you know l. like inappropriate for to be kinda hanging around the bet like probably bringing infection in the room right. Now I mean one of the things that you need to know is like as a pregnant woman. She can get infected by laying in the bed there with bed sores anything anything like that like she. She is ripe for infection that idea like having people coming and going not in any type of hospital gowns I know they tried to give the illusion of sterility but having like a bright white light but the reality is that again component of a lot of experience with this people weren't washing their hands. They're not coming in and gowns. They're not covering their mouths. They're not doing anything and her body is open to infection. You know things are floating around in the air. So it really feels like you know Taylor asking for it. You know they're not being overly careful with of Matthew's body right when they chopped into her leg put in that line yeah that look like like a butcher yeah just not the butcher's do this sort the thing but they do cut meat is treating me not like a person's leg right but again like in that doesn't make a hell of a lot of sense because it's at same thing like I mean regardless of what you feel about her feelings. They're still like a sense of like you know no. You don't want germs to get into her bloodstream. You don't want you wouldn't have her laying in the same bed that as June coins out at some point she shits herself or you know there's germs and stuff from like the sweat of her. Body and the the sloughing off of skin and stuff like that you wouldn't hack into it in the bed. There's just a lot of like really basic stuff having with medical things that is just like that's not what you could treat a body in expect things to not start breaking down you know decaying does say that it smells like sweet decay. She did call it that but then weirdly also said she smells like a baby. I'm sorry June. I I know you fat to children but babies don't smell sweet. Decay offensively fucked up late at describe a vase Johnson Johnson. Were like you know needs a little more decay yeah yeah I mean you've all smelled like Johnson's baby so like you know you get big whiff of that or like some baby magic eve like puff the pink bottle up your nose right you know the first thing is <hes> partially decaying body wrought delightful I- weird..
"He was the lead on one of those in law and order shows for a long time so he's he's a pretty experienced hand and he played this. I would say fifty fifty down line both ways you could look at it either way like you mentioned the way that he sticks his ass in his face but he also has the pool cue any like jams at back <unk> which causes Fred to have to like poll whatever he's holding drink out of the way like you said it's it it. It's it's classic you know I'm the big fish night on New Year beneath me kind of behavior but then the ads in the face combined and with the the shoulder touch man that shoulder touch was was particular because Fred was already kind of leaning forward on the pool table and the way that he put his hand on him he kinda put it like over him like when in a big man is over a woman like showing your how to like Putt with a clubbers. There's that like like encompassing kind of move that he does around him that is I I don't know. I don't know if we're going to get into someplace. That's like Jake. Maybe they're gonNA try to show some sort of down low life of the commanders in DC. I don't know what they're gonNA. Try to do here or again. If this is just simply like I'm so used to dominating an intimidating every single person in my quote unquote household household you're just another person to be pushed around and I do sexually intimidate everybody else in this household. Why wouldn't I do it to you? Just because you're another man please. You know like that's not gonNA hold him back. They picked a guy who who looks like like you know. People Kinda come in sizes right in this guy looks like the next size and a half up. He does like wouldn't it when they show like Fred Stadium Profile and George Emmy Georgia's definitely like you sound like a man and a half compared to fred absolutely and they did a lot lot of imagery in this episode in my opinion to show Fred on a smaller scale so there was a conversation in the bedroom with Serena and if you look at the way that shot Fred's height only takes up two thirds of the screen green and they leave like the top third to be the wall and even the ceiling a little bit and in that way it seems very like if we were all to take that photograph we'd be like you tilted the camera too high like you cut him off at the waste and then there's like a whole third of the shot above his head like that seems like weird composition but to me I feel like over and over again. It showed Fred small. He was small. He kept being like pushed down into the smaller place. So what was your lean dominating or potential homosexual. I'm not sure it matters. I do think that the concept of sexuality generally in Gilead is one of oppression and using it as the tool to intimidate others and so in that way I kind of feel like Kinda doesn't matter you know the fact that it's a man with another man actually doesn't play out any differently in my head than him. You know leaning on a woman like it. All feels like yeah they have no respect for anyone else's bodies or boundaries or anything you know they're just GonNa grab whatever they want the pretty down on homosexual women I'd imagine they are on men tune positive I mean given that it is supposedly Bet Bible based on positive. They're down on any type of intercourse of any sort or pleasure of any store though that seems like Fred may go through something terrible but then has I think there's a fair shot and actually if you really think about it if Fred got raped and or had to submit to George I mean the show has shown a lot of different things that women have had to endure if now you put fred into those women's shoes there is something that would be very balanced about that concept that like that Gilead is cruel and unusual to everyone and if you are not the highest power our anybody you are just as likely to be abused on some level. no-one as Lawrence pointed out in the previous episode. No one is safe just because you're a commander just because you're a man statistically a lot of people say oh you know this many in this many women statistically are raped but then no one ever throws in the men statistics which are surprisingly high so if you throw that into the pilots like oh they're actually just kind of showing them more balanced picture but it's as accurate Laura. Let's talk about Olivia little bit because you know she's the other half of this winslow pair and she turns out to be <hes> cut of interesting to me the fact that she reveals that they're both lawyers and that she despite despite the fact that it's taboo decides to reveal to Serena that she has not only read Serena's book but that she's one hundred percent drank too kool-aid and it was Serena's book who really had their marriage blossom into this gross close situation that it is now this actress Elizabeth Resur- or maybe reeser you might recognize her as as May from twilight those movies but she was also recently on the Haunting Hill House so she acts acts a whole lot and she's kind of kind of very famous for a background roll like this. You know what I mean. She was on madman. I'm seeing like she was on a law and order for a long time. I think we're GONNA see more of Livy. Why would they have her in such a such a teeny tiny background role? I think that the speaks to both of the winslow's. I think that there is a fair shot that the Waterford do go to Washington. There's a fair shot that we have to do something nothing to make things more interesting. We can't stick around with the Putnam's next door fooling around with baby showers like that's not gonNA keep audiences coming back every week so if you move them to DC if you move this couple into were more of the action is you you pretty much have to in order for things to become again more tension filled because a lot of what we've had back in the old neighborhood has kind of dissipated. There isn't that sense of urgency within those group of people that we've had seasons reasons wanted to so if you move them into a more extreme circumstance again. I think that we're going to see all of our hearts beating lot faster again. We're getting off track a little bit but that has me wondering if they go do they try are to bring June. If that happens than hand is way out of position. You know what I mean so it's like the plot. Kinda gets thicker very very much so for June because she's way far away from her. She wants to be which is kind of necessary necessary because if you think about it by this point we last week we had it where she's got Serena on her side Oeser a favor tells her where her kid is. Everything is like so much like just like on a silver platter ladder that snatching her seems really really plausible. If you move June out of the situation into a far more strict environment with far more unknowns we don't have any allies here we take away all of the parts of her like understanding how to get around the neighborhood or or people to talk to then you can invite like this whole new group of characters who are now super scary to all of us including June end you have that actual tension of like how do you get all the way back to Hannah now which we kind of need because right now she's just kinda down the road and you even know the bed. She sleeps in and you know there's a lot of factors that that were sort of already figured out you you know yeah yeah. Just WanNa think about this show. I know that they've talked about his running it forever but I also kind of think like this seems like it any more satisfying like four or five seasons show right but I don't think that's going to happen. I mean I really don't i. I agree with you that I would be completely okay with them doing that but we've had this discussion earlier podcast. What is N. gained four handmaid's does this show series need to end with June simply being safe in Canada with Hannah and Nicole and Luke? Is that a successful ending to the show with Gilead running strong or does Gilead have to fall to its knees. Does it have to absolutely crumble. Does it burn that mother down half to happen in in order for the series to feel successfully concluded if that has to happen. Don't we have to go to DC. Don't we have to go to where more things can actually happen. It's excellent freaking point. He can't burn it down from the suburbs. Is what I'm saying like you. GotTa get in there. Were the powerful people are take your dragon kings landing. You gotta take your dragging lamb man. I'm just saying I'm saying bring the fired where people got a bird right and we're the worst travesties are taking place like we thought that Aunt Lydia was something nothing to worry about but at the end of the day we can see that no there is a whole other life that is far worse than the colonies far worse than what you thought you're kind of like dancing around Lawrence's house again think last week plan a boombox in in the basement fool around mix tapes. You don't even know how bad it could get girl and it's got to get worse or again all the articles. I'm reading out there and all the feedback I'm getting his like June seems untouchable. June doesn't seem like anything could happen to her. I'm afraid we're going to have to have a lot more gross. Things happen to June in order for for us to be invested. Okay our last check away for the winslow home that I really WanNa get into. Is this idea that the children legitimately seemed happy and while taking care of and there was this moment where Serena asks asks are all these yours and Olivia says who else would they be and of course you know. Greg gains like a gigantic eyebrow from June. What do you think about this? Is it possible that five years in plus to this society because we know June spin in there about five years so and it was already a thriving society when she came in our these children happy healthy well taken care of children is a society that you think they are going to be able to functioning moving forward. What are you seeing if you were born into it? If you were born into it then they will be Gilead citizens. You're born into it into that thinking thinking that girls have a certain enrolled play and that's just it then unfortunately for those girls. They're going to be stuck with that that mindset. You'll have the occasional outlier that just won't won't fit in and unfortunately go probably do something bad to her but unfortunately they're gonNA think everything's great in that. This is the way things are supposed to be so as spoilers for endgame so pauses now or fast forward me like thirty seconds but it reminds me of thanasis entire <music> Soliloquy about basically you know he did what he did. I'm not gonNA say everything. I don't spoil everything he did what he did and left behind the the this population but the reality was you gotta start from scratch because is if you leave these people like June who are the people who still remember what it was like and having ranked the kool-aid the new always have this risk that people are gonNA constantly be undermining you but the only people who are truly going to be able to move this world forward in the way that he had thought was the way that the world needed to go is the newly christened into this world. Those who did not know of the world was like before that is exactly what it is like for me with this group. It's like these children legitimate commu happy and even a moment with real when they were leaving the.
"Like either people or women make women but most likely women have a natural range of intelligence and they're fine to just stick around here spoon. That's fresh strawberries into his cereal while he's eating it like C._N._N.. was doing that morning but if you fall outside the range on the high end then you're not gonna get a chance to make your contribution making my cereal here. You're you're better off doing other things and so. It's okay that I that you that that you're set free. I was pretty pretty interested in that reason I still feel okay with the idea that I put forth before in the previous podcast that like you really can't have somebody who such an outlier stay within the society <hes> he did say like you know you. GotTa let the rabble rousers left. Let out steam every once in a while that could've understood that but more than that like when you have somebody who so different than everyone else in doesn't fit the mold you it can't work in Gilead so you have to let them out. What was surprising was that he didn't just choose to execute her that he does have some bizarre larger sense of light greater good for the world that he let her go back out? That's where it's like. I know you called it hypocritical but I think it's it. It's complicated that I don't know that it's hypocritical. I do think he's still thinks he's doing good. Did for the entire world. Even though Gilead is like this tiny little microcosm. It's like letting emily out actually proves that he's not really hypocrite. It's like he's got the sense that the whole planet needs to be better off. He's just doing his own project act right now so it's not really about individuals. It's about this greater good okay now speaking of greater good not about the individuals what the fuck with this woman warehouse seen. What was this whole test a have trouble with this scene seen it was I the idea that none of these women could be salvaged meaning converted from former Americans into current Gilead residents that was just troubling like they were just like GonNa throw the baby maybe out with with the bathwater basically and just be like well? We got Chicago but we don't. We don't need any of the people I guess which is curious why like they never gave us a reason why they didn't say Chicago was a a heavily polluted city in everyone's sick or or none of these were capable of having children like they didn't say anything like none of them could be handmaid's either. None of them could be anything like I'm very curious as to why no one was salvageable I can't tell you I wonder wonder if they will do you think they will. Maybe in a very like off handed one liner the way that Lawrence treats June like I said last time on the podcast how I had seems like he's he's trying to teach her something see if she is teachable all and then teacher something so this seemed like like a lesson to me how he said I guess you're useful after all after she did pick eventually kind of the same thing very hard teacher might say after you after you pass a kind of abstract lesson lesson that you weren't expected to pass what does that. He's trying to teach her. I'm not exactly sure because his speech in the rest of the office makes it sound like he is died in the wool believes his own bullshit in Gilead is is the way home basically and what is he trying trying to quote unquote teach this woman to do if women have no status in this in this world that he's he's trying to to perfect. I think that what he's trying to do is what we were saying right before the section. which is you have to think about the greater are good and not the individual eat? We can't save everybody we just we can't so I need you to pick five people who can best do the job and even though that's hard to do because you know all these other people are GonNa die. The reality is if you don't choose is five people. Everyone's going to die so it's a hard decision to make but you have to start wrapping your brain around. We have X. amount of resources five spots. That's it you can choose to kill everyone or you can say let let me go through these files. Let me find the absolute best fit of the best people who can bring the biggest contribution to this society and bring those five people into our society but he kind of knows that his Martha is running the underground railroad and he seems really smart so couldn't he have maybe made the leap that June was GonNa do what she did. She was going to use this opportunity like he in fact gave her the opportunity to choose women that would perfectly fit the resistance well but here's the thing I think that if anything is his Achilles heel I would. I think it's probably underestimating women. I mean he said you're not smart enough to handle any of this and he was basically chalking up to her like week heart and not being smart enough to see the bigger picture that she wouldn't ever choose anybody like I think he was absolutely one hundred percent banking on her not choosing anyone. That's what I think think. I don't think he thought she would ultimately choose anybody but I think he was trying to say like look if you really if you really want to have a say in how this all goes including let's say the resistance you have to put your skin in the game. You've got to make decisions to you can't sit back here and say you know all y'all are responsible for this. All you guys are doing it like you. GotTa get in here and you've got to make some decisions that are now your responsibility if these women coming here and they all get killed that's on June you picked up so I think there's some part of him. That is okay with allowing the game to play out like I think that that there's this sense that like Lawrence only wanted to go one way and I don't know that that's true like I feel like he is putting people in place but there is a part of him that actually is very fascinated by how the game plays out and he doesn't necessarily have to always know the outcome like we're he'll say to her. He'll the bill. Will what happens if you do this will. Why do you do that when he said it's it's <hes> it's tempting for you to try to put you know humanity in everyone basically right like an that is the same kind of like lesson? You're trying to say about like you are trying to paint everyone with the same brush June you think everybody inherently has value to life but if you think of it on the in the greater scale no there's going to be people who are just sucking resources away and going to be people people who are hurting other people you are. You're coming at it from the wrong point of view so when he asks her to make a pick. It's almost like okay using your P._O._V. June. Let's see who you choose. I did think it was interesting in a little jimmy the willies when he's like I only have five spots. What's because I didn't really get it till I rethought about the whole episode? Oh yeah there's only five spots because there was five hanging Martha's at the beginning of the episode yeah so really there is some sort of ratio numbers of like this amount of people this amount of resources this is all we can handle period like we cannot bring all these people in that you know that makes a kind of a lot of sense because like the UN people the the gray class of people who we've only seen a little bit of right right yeah. You're still confusing to me. Go to worship and stuff. We've never actually seen something like a mob a crowd a traffic jam like the area seems really underpopulated for how much infrastructure infrastructure was left over from when they took the place over. You know what I mean. I agree with you. I also think though that they have very limited resources like they were. They were really working hard to try to work on those trade agreements because they can't bring things is in or send things out unless they have trade partners and about a nuke farmland from what I understand right and so there's only X.. Amount of clean water food you know housing whatever although housing is kind of a joke there certainly plenty of housing but electricity certainly certainly were other things so I mean again like it's like there's no part of you that wants to understand Gilead because the seems so disgusting and so awful like it's like I don't ever want to get that you know but would he says I've got five spots and you can choose five people in there either all GonNa die or all but five are going to die. So what are you going to do. The rules of the game are clear. You know it's like it's you may not want. It'd be playing the game we can all say. The game shouldn't exist but if it does how do you play. I thought her choice were very those. Those particular five women very interesting right. Yeah remember who she chooses would see an engineer and I._T.. Tech a lawyer somebody in a thief a journalist the journalist which the journalists thing I think is interesting because they would be so fresh fresh on the scene they would have some really new information to be able to share because like however long we were deciding June spin in there like a couple years in theory you know like the journalist might have some like real info then they'd have powers of observation but no one else would really match. Yes yes the I._T.. Tech was kind of intriguing right because that's not really something. We've had a lot of experiencing Gilead with why we know the the COMP- We know the commander has a laptop atop so there they do use computers stone so but I I would imagine just super restricted. You know like like very few people have them but doesn't that doesn't mean they don't exist so eventually they would need to know stuff off that very few people have access to okay so then engineer. That's easy for me. Obviously that analytical thinking that the building of things you know all that stuff makes sense to me. What what do you think the lawyer rings to the table well lawyers ears like the laws that they know are useful anymore but the things that they needed to to know to become a lawyer such as <hes> the kind of problem solving the critical thinking that or yeah basically those kinds of things that analytical thinking the kinds of talents that lawyers have would be an asset to to their group and hopefully even I would say that that looking for that influencing people or being able to construe a series of events in a certain way hopefully we you know those types of things would maybe have mormon impact <hes> if it was coming from somebody who was trained to do that you know as opposed to June just sort of pressing her face towards him? You know like maybe there's someone who could actually be what he was sort of asking June like are you. Are you an influence or of people are you somebody who can sort of manipulate a point of view. I feel like okay like a lawyer probably. Can you know yeah okay so she decided she is absolutely not GonNa choose five people I I think that the nick visit and the Serena visit are the two pieces of the Pie that change her decision to go ahead and choose these five people. What did you think about that? Nick Visit Informative because we got to know where nick was that he that the fact that he's wearing a regular necktie now means he's been promoted somehow toes you before I was wearing a necktie. No you brought it up okay. He definitely had a little uniform change. Okay okay yeah and so of a suit less of a uniform yeah exactly so. She said he's a commander but he's the kind of commander that can be deployed whatever that is. What did you think about the way that they interacted like she really peppering him with all these questions like what Goget Hannah get me out if your canoe bubble the what did you think about that? It was only afterwards that I really figured it out and it has to do with the change that we're talking about here because the beginning of the episode like Caroline was mentioning than the voiceover over narration basically stated the.
"In this particular scenario they had some amount of strength icing that if you're a woman who is deathly ill like that woman they wouldn't allow you medicine. The only solace you could get was to go around other women who believed in this and get together the other end somehow you would feel some amount of strength coming out of it whether you believe in the actual ceremony or not really matter but the gathering of the women and the actual moment there brings a lot of strengths to women. Isn't it up to you to spill your own beans doesn't undermine undermined the process. You're not ready to to talk about a given thing but it's but it's his dumped out there anyway. We'll what I prefaced with. This was that this is what I know to be going on in my real life I don't I don't know that it applies directly to this example but the idea that she was definitely like back doored into this I think the mom again was just sort of like hoping that somehow she would feel the Camaraderie feel the the the support and somehow gain some strength from that and tried in like overlooked the fact of exactly what you're saying that but you made her feel betrayed and you made her feel like Oliver dirty laundry was paraded around Sadashiv even worse they. She was hoping let's just forget about that part and let's just hope she feels supported by everyone and somehow is GonNa gain strength from that. I it was a silly choice. It didn't work out clearly <hes> but I think you know moms do stuff like that all the time to where they're really hoping it's going to work out and then you turn on you. You told you told him all that you've seen that Paul where like mom like give way too much information thinking she's helping and it's like oh mom. How was it the right thing another T._v.? Mom Guest Star that is that ruins the life of the main character I don't see. I don't think it ruined her life. I think what it I think what it allowed her to understand though is that at the end of the day even someone who is related to you like like your mom if you if you do not have each each other's backs then you are not an ally the mom revealing all these secrets in a way that was done behind her back. She wasn't even aware that all this had been shared with this group. Those types of moves undermines women's relationships <music> all the time talking behind each other's back spreading shit about each other. That's like what breaks up all women alliances. If women wouldn't do that we would all be a lot stronger if the mom had allowed Serena to tell her own story or to just be quiet and observe and maybe next week she'd WanNa be part of it but by sort of gossiping behind her back. She wrecked their relationship. How many times does that happen all the time every day? It's probably happening right now. I guarantee you. It is so again just sort of identifying who's really alien ally and who's not mom not miss case pamelas drank. The KOOL aid in and again is very very sick and tired of the bullshit you know she wants Serena to act right. We all know how this goes. What are the chances that mom is left alive in her house? On the coast. Serena goes bonkers bat shit do point. There's a fair shot that Dole household gets to be executed. The MOM is under these extreme circumstances to get Serena fall in line as well so introduced a little bit of a world building question for me like where was dad in. If she's a wife where's her husband super good question I agree wholeheartedly. It also opened up this question of like she's talking about the weather and like how extreme stream it was on the coast and it's like totally mild in the city and I was like I I know that we've really only been out to the colonies and Gilead so we don't really have a sense of what is the world like you know beyond these very controlled situations and it seems like the weather and everything is very volatile and extreme outside of this very protected fortress. I couldn't tell her that I may change. I guess right is what they're trying to tell us something that made the colonies <hes> assumedly radioactive right he said of enough of those in you do put enough shit up in the atmosphere that does change the amount of Sun that hits Thurs change. It does change things it one hundred percent makes me wonder about what they're doing a gilead though to get good weather like very curious cash because I mentioned that too because how much of the handmaid's when they're like having good weather today praise be like that crowd they say that stuff about the weather and I know that that we all chalked it up to like well. It's just a nice city because whether it was actually mentioned and they said your weather is different in the city than it is out here. I took it to be like I wonder if there was actually any forethought to that likes you know something about the weather. I don't know I just had jeopardy question where they said that. Putting these big <hes> like solar or wind powered like windmill type things across Africa could bring literally the rain to Africa by changing the courses of like the the wind patterns and such and so I was thinking wow I wonder if it's possible <hes> to the rains down in Africa that was actually part of the clue they was like toto said that was like part of it and I was like I know rain in Africa. I like I need the answer thanks toto because of that not because I understood weather patterns and when meals and solar wind power not so much about that barely say the words no here's like closing your is like you hurt. My head. No hurts my head. Friedrich fucking Fred fucking Paul does he not turn out to be the Shallow Lame Ass Idiots nozzle do God not that we didn't use a dish but this like glimpse into like just what shallow dickey is of douches my God he wears like Douche as a hat awful so let's get in Fred Fred comes to the meeting in his instantly manipulated by June. I love a fire lighting June. She's lighting those scandals and I was like Oh oh the symbolism as she's walking around lighting candelabras all of it. She's she's tricky like that <hes> so he's instantly just like into her way back into talking like hanging a house hanger tried for a second to be like year Mir mean demand and he no seconds yeah didn't take much time at all before she could get a little bit live in fell from him to the point where I felt like Lawrence Liking bopping in that room like a brigade up you to write that line that he says he's like de Miss Beena Fred Di miss that has so aggressive like Lawrence is GonNa pull down Fred's miss it is this. I don't need to see little red necked but yeah I mean that's he was okay but they but the gross seen obviously sleep is going to be the the speech he's preparing and the audience for whom he is preparing it in front of so we always watch closed caption on so I knew right away that he was at jazz bills. Paul did not have closed captioned where he watched first of all. What did you think about this spiel he was going to give? Did you think it was pretty good or is it good spiel. I mean it was maybe twenty five percent over the over. The sappy line depending on what kind of Mood Serena is in but knowing the Serena that we know now that he doesn't know none of his words will have any meaning at all he can prepare in front of all the whores he wants and it's never gonNA matter. I don't get that he's ever even going to be able to give this speech. I don't think she's going to give him an opportunity to have this spiel. I think we've heard it now. That's it. He's not going to say it again or maybe they'll be joke moment where he starts to go into the SPIEL. We'll all recognize this is the spiel and she's going to like and it squelch it not having it shoes she's GonNa go into roommate mode and that's about it what kind of asshole first of all she goes to her mom's house and he lives at a whorehouse together a room on <hes> Yes sir I do. I think the world's would he live Paul. The houses burned down. She's Yeah Rita and Serena are living elsewhere. Fred had a house Rita with most certainly be at the house taking care of him cooking so no dude. I think he's fucking taking a room at gills else. My notes is goes. He my notes say he's practicing with whore with whore the speech with Hor- I didn't so I didn't I didn't see the closed caption citing. They didn't think about jazz bells but I knew yeah mindset. Just bill says I knew I knew by the cut of her gibb right. God also turns out that he's been demoted. Ha Ha Lovett those one interesting line out of their world world building wise <hes> the commanders the head of the household Kinda wondering how there could there be all these freaking commanders. How can you have that many hens in the hen house basically <hes> of the same rank and it sounds like it's more of a ceremonial designation resignation for just the man of the house basically and the House of resume coming to understand more fully in this season? The household is like a body of family members but also service people and that was in quite white is clear to me at least in the previous seasons while the commander meant the titular head of that body. I thought it had some meaning within their little government. I think that if you're the head of your household you have some sort the amount of like voting rights in the community or like say so in the community. That's like how you get to be there because like you know Knicks Guy who was a driver until as part of a household but got like promoted to running his own household so I think that that's the way it had been set up since the beginning for us but kind of a game of thrones they all roses very yeah. No I think it's exactly like that and and I actually think that that's like historically accurate like whomever was the head of the house. Absolutely was the only person who had voting rights because because they were the landowner and whomever the late owner was gets the voting rights you know so yeah. I think that that's the way that the government seems to work like. I don't think that all those commanders have like equal say in any way there's still a couple of people who are deciding anything right now. What seems to be Lawrence but we know there were other heads like Lawrence wasn't a part of it when they went to that like courtroom council meeting kind of thing and you know that's when they determined to cut off the finger because Serena's little spiel? He's not like Lawrence was sitting in there. There's obviously the other higher ups that are running other parts of this operation who's deciding the Muslim like a military part of it who is actually heading people out to these different areas yeah but I think that they're like functioning as kind of like how ultimately we have civilians in our government that tell the army where to go and so they are kind of the Gilead version of that because I seem to be what they were they were deciding pushing for the here doing thing allocating resources there that sort of thing yeah I agree but I didn't never hear anybody say yes I agree or everybody say I put up your hand like I didn't actually see anybody. Vote or anybody actually have input on you know what I'm saying. It's a little like yes they gather the FA- came to Lawrence his house. They were coming from marching orders really really yeah. How.
Adam Levine is leaving "The Voice" after 16 seasons
"Carson Daley just announced today show that after sixteen seasons. Adam LeVine is leaving the voice there was talk that would be coming back next season. But now it's official and Carson a lot of people are going to miss his frenemy relationship with Blake Shelton. But they do know who is going to take his chair. They've already announced it officially returning to the voice in Adam Levine's chair next season when Stephanie. Glennon Blake on there. Back and forth for sure.
Lilly Singh gets late-night show on NBC
"Lilly. Sing is her name. And it was announced that she will now be hosting taking over for Carson Daley. The the late that the show that he was hosting now it will be called a little late with Lilly. Sing this is so cool. It is really cool. But because again history being made she will be the only woman hosting. On the big four networks. One of the late night television shows now, you may be saying as I did I don't know this Lilly Singh who is Lilly Singh. I maybe have read her name on the internet like once. So I'm not that familiar with her. Neither am I. And this is the second kind of piece of history making I would say. Because Lilly sing is a YouTube celebrity welcome to twenty nineteen. She is a YouTube celebrity and one of Forbes world's highest paid YouTube stars his earned about ten point five million just for being a YouTube celebrity. That's not bad. Yeah. Right. She's a thirty year old comedian. She's also known as superwoman and. She, and this is what blew my mind about this news is that I think that I never have thought that being a YouTube celebrity is an actual legitimate profession. Yeah. When when you think of YouTube celebrity, Colleen, maybe you're thinking about viral sensation your. And I'm not saying that there aren't successful YouTube. Celebrities. That's not what I'm saying. There are success people who have earned a lot of money and fame being on YouTube from from what I know she's been the kind of the main one that they've put a blueprint on when they talk about YouTube success. Yeah. Yeah. One of the earlier earlier personalities that took advantage of this. And I just like everything about her because she's just nothing about her is typical. Okay, absolutely nothing about it. And that is exactly why I think we celebrate that she's found herself in the place where she is at the time. She is here. I'm in her own announcement. She said, I can't even believe I'm writing this caption. This is so surreal. What is happening? I need to sit down. Okay. Breathe I'm thrilled. And crying to announce that your girl is getting her own NBC late show. And she this was a total dream come true. She was able to announce it on Kimmy Fallon's show. And then Seth Meyers came out. They welcomed her kinda to the team. And she I mean, she seems like the
Two black women advance to runoff in tight Chicago mayor race
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Florida mayor arrested for allegedly shooting at police officers
"The mayor of a Florida town under arrest after shooting at swat team is outside his house. Not only is port Richey, Florida mayor Daley massad accused of practicing medicine with no license when deputies showed up to arrest. Him shots were fired the tactical team was needed to bring the Saudi and says. Pasco county Florida sheriff Chris nocco an individual that you you wouldn't believe should be in office. And this is what happens I'm Assad is medically trained, but lost his license. More than twenty years ago. Police say he was treating patients inside his home even while serving as port Richey's mayor massad was also arrested last August for domestic violence in Miami
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves hospital after cancer surgery
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"daley" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Be and then be my exact protocol does not involve lots of daley affirmation this lots of i'm so great so wonderful me me me i i good i'm great i'm wonderful gosh darn it people like me i don't do that so my daily journaling is this i ask myself the three questions that i responded these three questions a what truth that i discover in this morning's reading because every morning i read a devotion all and i find that if i know i'm going to need to answer a question afterward about what i read i'm less likely to sit there pick and i crest out of my guys kind of scheming over it and now paying attention and most likely to actually absorb whatever ed very spot be the next question is one of my grateful for today that's a pretty straightforward one but crucial and then see misses really crucial i think who can i pray for help or serve this day right so everyday there is one person this morning this my dad so what it i do during breakfast this morning i didn't like go bmo my dad's lawn right that the doesn't mean you have to do that but i texted mind out it's a dad i love you i hope you're having an amazing today let me know if i can help youth anything today that's all some bone very so and and you can pick a new person every day to be the same person for week in a row threw one about them but gratitude journal and and i will put a link in the show not i'm actually d's i need journal that uses my exact journal in system cause i i mean in time i do something myself everyday i figure there's a need for so put a link him a show not or you can go.
"daley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We have computers away of daley of the internet and you've certainly been the absolute champion of the french engineer charles joseph men are again eighteen sixteen ninety two of graphic which portrayed the devastating losses of napoleon's russian campaign of eighteen twelfth there was that no internet no computers snow anything and and you can get this on your website quarter them in and get get the big big maps down and let's talk about that from you know the crossing the bears in a river at the russian polish border on the left in moving all the way to moscow on the right what did we didn't in our do the most important thing to know i'm so war of eighteen twelve drawing he did is so i mean alright hated war and it's essentially matteau or poster to shoulder terrible human cause so napoleon's fan and take he had nothing to do with to sign he had the skills to do it is i might go because he was so voyage an error and he was headed so engineering for all franson eight designed bridges and can now switch to really difficult and so it could draw and see an count but he didn't do it is an exercise some draw weiner senior counting and the design for anybody who looks out outside of us people who are interested in visualization is about the terrible cost of work and so the deep down lesson on this is a passion and knowledge about the substance to this terrific graphic it is i'd happens to be amazing but it's not featured he doesn't describe it as i'm interactive special temp role and visualization or any of that the nonsense it's he never mention said another saying it took me twenty years to see is he never uses the word napoleon's and what we call of points march and that's because he wanted nothing to do with the deer leader and all about what happened to the soldiers and how do you see something this not there it took me a long time to realize that you know there's we all call it are often calling opponents marks the poise name never even appears i in thought about a lot over the years it's not a very good to sign.