23 Burst results for "Deep Throat"
Top General Feared Trump Would Launch Nuclear War, Woodward Book Reports
"The least interventionist president in modern history vats who donald trump is and. They expect you to believe that he was just about to press the button and the birds new china year right so this is the trouble with the story. We have this absolute hack of a pathetic. Individual would has been trying to clamber back in relevance for forty years. Although he's a credit and he was really the junior partner in the The deep throat story that brought down. Nixon then we have mealy who has established a fact pattern of being a scumbag is being a political actor in uniform. We'll see which which off the aspects of this story holds water but we've got to analyze it right now because that's why we're here. That's why we do live radio and we're going to do it with Very good buddy jennifer. Who sent me the video. It's out there the whole town hall if you couldn't make it to l. a. Watch it two hours without bodies. Dennis prager mark levin. Charlie kirk and larry elder. Let's posted right now and it's putting it on twitter and facebook feeds told to us john. Let's let's leave the recall. Let's let them vote on photocopy pass. Whatever they take those suitcases about it from under the table this story. Is there any way to glad this for the biden regime. I ju-. I just stayed first of all. I want to say that. You and charlie kirk dennis prager mark levin at were all on fire on sunday at town hall. Twenty twenty one. So if you don't get a chance if you haven't seen it janice we're like whoa to my friend. You guys were i mean just nailing it and it was so much fun to share a stage with you that being said. No there's no way to wiggle out of this. But the democrats control everything in the media is controlled by the democrats and so maybe they will wiggle out of it. But have you wondered. We've heard so much during the trump administration about deep state leaks about all of these people these sources within the intelligence community. I don't think we have to look very far. They're sitting right in front of
"deep throat" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"The day news broke. That mark felt was the controversial informant known as deep throat. Let's go back to santa rosa california on may thirty first two thousand five at ninety one years old mark felts memory was almost completely gone. He had no memories of his role in one of the greatest criminal. Take downs in. American history while conspiracies investigators and hollywood filmmakers were desperate to discover his identity. He no longer remembered who he was. Seeing that felts health was declining his attorney. John o'connor broke the news to the world via an article. In vanity fair mark felt had been the top secret informant who toppled a us president. He was the man known as deep throat. The journey to a whistleblower started in nineteen sixty nine when felt was fifty six and an assistant director of the fbi in a waiting room. Deep in the bowels of the white house he met a handsome navy. Lieutenant twenty six year old. Bob woodward woodward was naturally inquisitive something that would pay off in his next career and started probing. The fbi chief for anything of interest felt was patient and like many agents reluctant to give up information easily. But the two got along. They exchanged numbers and parted ways. Neither suspected where their new friendship would take them just a few years later. Meanwhile the fbi and white house were at war with each other. The newly inaugurated thirty seventh president. Richard nixon treated the fbi like his personal goon squad. He ordered illegal. Wiretaps around the white house mandatory polygraphs for staffers and demanded the fbi forensics lab fudge evidence felt himself rejected. Most of these dirty jobs his superior b. i. Director j edgar. Hoover backed him up as a result. The white house quickly grew openly hostile to the bureau. Just when relations couldn't get any worse to disaster struck on may second nineteen seventy-two hoover died in his sleep leaving felt unprotected a month later on june seventeenth. Five men were arrested while breaking into the dnc headquarters at the watergate hotel. The five burglars were members of nixon's committee to re elect the president commonly known as creep employing dirty tactics in his run for reelection. Nixon never directly ordered the break in but he did pay hush money to the burglars after their arrest felt investigated the crime but grew exhausted from slamming into roadblocks set up by nixon's team. The white house was involved in a cover up and at first they were getting away with it for felt the fbi soul was at stake. No one not even the. Us president was above the law to get this train back on. Its tracks felt broke. His own moral code. He dialed the phone number to his friend. Bob woodward bob was still only twenty nine in nineteen seventy-two he'd given up his navy job and took up reporting for the washington post. Nine months into his tenure. He was assigned the watergate scandal along with his colleague. Twenty eight-year-old carl bernstein days. After the break in on june seventeenth woodward called felt for information. The fifty nine year old kept mum at first and even woodward was shocked when he changed his mind felt told his friend that he wanted to talk about the fbi. Investigation into watergate but he was all too aware of nixon's love for illegal. Wiretaps felt established rules for their meetings using tactics from his espionage days. In world war two. If woodward wanted to talk. He moved a flower pot with a red flag to the rear of his balcony. If felt needed to meet he circled page. Twenty on woodward's copy of the new york times and drew little clock hands for the meeting..
Hal Holbrook, prolific actor who played Twain, dies at 95
"Actor hal Holbrook has died at the age of ninety five according to his representative I'm marches are a letter with a look at his career hello Holbrooke was Deep Throat in all the president's men telling a reporter to follow the money he was the widower who befriends Christopher McCandless in into the wild he played Abraham Lincoln in two separate mini series he portrayed Mark Twain on stage for fifty years Holbrooke said in a nineteen ninety three a P. interview during one performances Twain he made the horrible realization that his fly was open I thought if I look down the place a break up will never get through the same if what I suspect is true but finally I had no choice I doubt that it was true
Hal Holbrook, actor who played "Deep Throat," has died at 95 in Beverly Hills
"And Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Hal Holbrook has died at the age of 95. He reportedly passed away a couple weeks ago at his home in Beverly Hills. Holbrook's career spanned decades, including the 1987 film Wall Street and looks in the abyss. There's nothing staring back at him at that moment, man finds his character That is what keeps him out of the abyss. Holbrook was acclaim for his betrayal of the government source, known as Deep Throat in the political thriller thriller All the President's men and, of course, on stage Mark Twain to fantastic and You know what a
"deep throat" Discussed on Kink Buffet
"Because it's something twice a day anyway so you may as well work it in. It's just like doing cackles at a stop light. It's just something that you can work into your daily schedule but if you have little and you wanna do stars on a chart for practicing great i you just blew my mind. I'm gonna get a little chart in little gold stars. And i'm gonna put them like you accomplish some oral sex goal. I'm going to give me give you a gold. Star charts and star charts are very which by the way would work. Fantastic for little's. Yeah yeah little's would just love their gold stars on their oral sex. But i mean when i started i have a family member. That can't even go to the dentist because they start gagging soon as like gloved fingers even get near their mouth. So i understand. It's a challenge for some people but once you get past mentally that there's this is part of the process. You can get there and start working. I mean it's a splinter muscle just like several other similar muscles. You have in your body you learn to contract you relax and you can relax your throat and that makes face fucking deep throat a lot better but i just use my toothbrush. I started the tip of my tongue in work my way back. I mean we scrub our tongues. All hopefully helps with bad breath. Tim tip for the day. So we scrub and get further and further back. I can go all the way back to my tonsils and go around them including them. So i've been doing it for years. It's just how how often and how well trained you can control that muscle and then in the dominant role. It starts with negotiation and being clear if this is something that you want be clear that that is part of the debt the year seeking in this relationship. If your partner is adamant they don't wanna do it will. Then you have to evaluate if you're going to live without it or if you want to not be with that partner but if you have a partner that submissive that.
Brexit talks: Are we any nearer to a deal?
"Don. This is a strange time to be reporting on frantic brexit talks. What has it been like behind. The scenes has been extremely difficult to find out. Wolf has been like behind the scenes because it just going into the burly moments at the european. Commission's headquarters is a bolton. We don't go in that very often atoll so i'm waiting for my office from home will just meeting diplomats officials pox and trying to get a bit information. What's going on behind the scenes in the rooms. I've got. They gave a very deep throat image wandering through park. You're wearing a mac in my image and you wearing a mask whispering to officials to try and find out what's going on so now you can tell me in the past two weeks. We've had numerous breaking that lines. Lurid briefings i confidently predicting a dale and all but giving up and then back again to the camera. Another deadline came and went. Is it all theatrics. A lot of it is their tricks because you do need to sell it. They'll do both sides needs to sell it to that domestic audiences or Benches michelle bonnie a and us live on the line. The european commission president needs to sell it to the member states needs to be looked at fighting for something but there are serious differences in negotiation ninety-seven into the deal is done is not done on paper. Neagle text ready to go. He just needs the council of ministers to sign often the european parliament to give consent. But they're all these sticking points which have duct talks routes the the nine months really. And we always news gonna end up these two sticking points and being kind of the big obstacles right to the end nazis fishing and level playing field conditions. But we close. I think there's lots of movements. And i think the next few days despite all the warnings over the recent days of very very likely that we have an ideal outcome from the prime minister. I think that's the we're on the path deal.
American, United Cancel Hong Kong Flights Over Mandatory Crew Testing
"Flights to Hong Kong because of that city's mandatory Corona virus testing rules. Bloomberg reports. United and American are stopping the flights where crew member's face fines and possibly prison if they refused to give deep throat saliva specimens, Hong Kong officials said the mandatory testing of crew members started yesterday. Both airlines said they hope to resume flights to the city soon. President Trump is getting more time
Dr. David Chao talks injuries
"Dr Child always good to have you aboard for the show. Thanks for having me. So when we look at some of the injuries that kind of flakes of the skill position talents We had a big one again in Tampa and it seems to be history repeating itself last week we talked about Mike Evans. His hamstring hamstring the season ending scenario. That played out there. Lo and behold Chris Godwin goes down with what looked like a similar injury last. We saw him carted off in the tunnel in Detroit. Coincidence there is there something going on in Tampa as it pertains to their wideouts in their hamstrings as we get into the tail end of the season they run them ragged and they throw the ball lot. That's probably the only Only Lincoln Yeah and if you really WANNA go conspiracy theory Mike Evans last week. You Scott Miller Another wide receiver earlier in the game in Chris Godwin in early in the season Perriman had a hamstring issue. So if you really trying to go that way but I think it's just coincidence and maybe some of it is They're still slinging the ball around quite a bit Four hundred fifty yards for James Winston This week so so they were running a lot of routes and so forth as we talked about Mike Evans Hamstring with significant and with only three games left. We thought you and I are candidate. I think the same something's GonNa fall for for Chris Godwin here. You know there's only two weeks left there the bucks out of it The hamstring is probably going to be longer than that and he's probably headed into reserve so What does that mean I mean? Had you know from a fantasy site look for paramount. Because Winston's going to have to you. Who else is left? That's a blow. Be still my heart God. What has been the Horse Dr John? That's gotten me in the fantasy. Football finals beat up on her. Dear friend Clay Travis this past past week and in a massive showdown GonNa help that somebody else on my rosters able to step up and fill that void pain savior jokes. Because I know you're gonNA take cheap shots I'm not at all I'm not at all actually gonNA transition to another wide receiver with Adam Phelan. There was talks that he wasn't going to return until he was one hundred percent. Healthy Limited. Snap count this past against the chargers. What do you think that was maybe score or Israel setback therefore Adam feeling well? I think it's a original part of the plan in preparation. Maybe the seven snaps were only because of because of the score but he was never gonNA play fifty Think about it this way first of all if you look Ah. The history of what happened with Phelan was supposed to be a minor hamstring. You played it. Two weeks aggravated missed. Many more weeks. Try to come back to fast in in Practice aggravated again. So they've been burned twice with aggravation. Do you think they were GonNa be burned a third time when next week. They have the Monday night game against against the packers which is for the division and then even the week seventeen game against the division rival bears. This were the LA chargers not that you look past with them. But I don't care who it was only made medical sense to bring him back a little more slowly this type give them a few game raps so that he can and be good to go for the packers. I think you'll see. EEOC normal reps against the packers next week but there was no way he's going to see normal routes this week and so even when Schefter after said he was going to play and be fine. I never thought he would. But you know we all know coachspeak right. It's just another example of coachspeak another guy that's critical to the Vikings offensive successes. Delvin Cook suffered another shoulder. Injury couldn't return against the chargers. Obviously you mentioned the importance of the Monday night. Game against the packers will Delvin Cook play and if so how effective can you be. Well here's a good news. Bad News Bad news is he got hurt again and you didn't finish the game the bad news. It's actually a new injury and that's also the good news it's a new injury if it were the SC join again the right Septa. You'd have to say. Even when he plays against the packers he's one hit one play from being out against. This seems to be something to his left shoulder by video. I can't tell you exactly what it is. There's which sometimes good news because if he dislocated I could tell you. I don't think that's the case. I can't tell you exactly what he has. But it's new to the left shoulder and I think there is okay. Good chance I would expect that he will play and be good to go against the packers And I think that's part of where they said Look L.. Let us live to fight another day Dalvin and rest the rest of the game here in terms of feeling like they have a game in hand out in Los Angeles makes percents with a capable fill in like Mike. Boone had two touchdowns he actually had the second highest sparks score among running backs in two thousand eighteen draft only behind saquon so hard running running in athletic last Vikings Guy One ask you about. That's crucial to the defense's cornerback. Xavier Rhodes went into the chargers game with an ankle. Injury already played through it left left with what appeared to be a calf injury. Does he have a shot to play against Green Bay it's GonNa be hard Calf injuries linger CT Way Hilton. And uh-huh this even though he was GonNa want to at the quarterback position. It's pretty hard to break in driving the ball. If you don't have your staff there then you add the lingering ankle. I mean when you talk about multiple injuries and one of them being calf especially the positioning place as optimistic as I am on Dow Cook able to go. I'm not pessimistic and league's exist your roads being able to go last one. I want to ask you about beforehand it back to todd. The timeline probably doesn't work if it's a high ankle sprain but The seasons on the Line Right Philadelphia Dallas does lane. Johnson have a chance to play this week. I think he does first of all learning clean. Johnson Yasser Heikal Spring He might get some pre-game quote acupuncture to play area. I mean it's it's that big give a game and the other thing is he. You know Yes he's a tackle so he's a little more in space and I can guard. But but certainly it's easier to for a Lineman Wiedeman an offensive lineman to play through high ankle than some other skill position. So I think he's GonNa try everything you can to go. The question is If he can royal factor if you will be I think you're GONNA try all hands on deck type game coming up Sunday for the division and I know a lot of our board listeners Dr Chow who have been writing this Eagles Eagles train with the division future since the beginning of the season. So we'll all sit with wait and wait with bated breath as they go into that one against maybe resurgent cowboys team is short home underdogs but but before we get there. We do have a Monday night. Football game and clearly. The biggest injury around this contest is with. Ty held a lot of optimism through colts camp but you look through some of the lingering signs for T. Y.. Hilton this calf injury. Do you expect him to be able to give it a go tonight. And if if even tries how effective do you believe. He can be out there as a viable deep throat against the Saints Defense. Well you know. There's there's there's two two thoughts here the he will play thought and he won't play thought if you go by what the head coach says and very fulmer to him. Even Situation Frank Reich is if he plays on Monday. We'll be at one hundred percent. I E not playing short of a hundred percent. Well if that is actually true. He's not playing period. There's no way that cafeteria one hundred percent is lingered this long another couple of days. He's been full practice all all week and other days isn't GonNa Change Anything. There's no way he's hundred hundred percent for tonight's game. So we're going to stick to what Frank Reich really sad. Ty He's already told US T Y Hilton's not playing but we all know coachspeak and we all know this is. The colts is kind of last chance. They kind of have to win to stay in it to have any chance to stay in it so That may push what t y Hilton does and you may try. Try and go always interesting to see these guys and who's able to gut it out. As it becomes a war of attrition at this point in the season especially with playoff berths hanging in the balance team saw hang on for dear life in their respective conferences. You can follow Dr David Show on twitter at pro football doc like we say every week the single best source for injury information not only for your sports gambling but for those fantasy football ball championships. That are coming up. He's got a great podcast. Delve sometimes a little bit deeper into a lot of the injury information. Dr Chow. Can't thank you enough for your time. Although I'm going to have to cry before we continue the rest of this podcast with pain now. Knowing Chris Godden won't be available for me to go out there and win a title sort of your that gets into. Thanks as always Dr
"deep throat" Discussed on Espionage
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"deep throat" Discussed on Espionage
"After flying into california media woodward hired a driver to take him up to santa rosa where mark was now living old habits die hard woodward had the driver drop him off ten blocks remarks house so that he wouldn't be followed on the walk there and his visit was announced a technique. He learned as a cub reporter reporter to catch subjects off guard and maintain the upper hand. A woman answered the door marks daughter joan when woodward word introduced himself. She called for her father who is in the other room. After a moment mark sauntered to the doorway he was still dylan. Good physical shape despite his eighty six years with a full head of snow white hair. He smiled a little at seeing woodward but woodward felt the recognition was not especially deep. His memory was indeed slipping woodward asked joan if he could take her father to lunch and speak privately. Eh she agreed but lunch wasn't the discussion of the good old days that woodward had perhaps hoped it might be mark was in significant mental. Mental decline woodward asked him outright. If he remembered being deep throat mark answered. I don't know he wasn't and being cagey like the old days. He conceded that he might have been deep throat. Contrary to his flat denials decades earlier he simply couldn't recall paul nor could he recall old co workers or most of the watergate details woodward had come hoping to get marks permission to out him now. It seemed mar couldn't even remember being deep throat. Let alone admit to it. It forever remain hidden. He was known chiefly as the f._b._i. Agent who overstepped with black bag operations he was only a free man. Thanks to a dubious is presidential. Pardon he would not be known as the man who brought down nixon for two years woodward resigned himself to keeping the secret of deep throat to his death. It was the ethical decision. It was what they had agreed to. When mark i began meeting him in that underground ground garage in rosslyn virginia and then the unexpected happened on april thirtieth s. two thousand and two woodward received a call from mark son mark junior with a stunning development mark had admitted to the family family that he was deep throat. He was now pondering whether to go public with the information and wrist disapproval of past and present f._b._i. Agents ends whose respect he held dear but woodward remembered his lunch with mark. He couldn't be sure that old source was of sound mind or was admitting this information with full awareness of the consequences in short. He didn't know if the admission was coming from the marquee new always tight lipped always careful and the extreme or from a man suffering the effects of mental decline so woodward refused to confirm confirm or deny the claim simply stating that he was no longer commenting on the subject but his curiosity got the better of him a few weeks later woodward called mark directly again. Mark struggled to remember basic details. He couldn't remember remember anything about pat gray the former f._b._i. Director with whom he'd been indicted except for the man's name and he had no recollection of helping woodward during watergate perhaps his admission to the family had come during a brief lucid period but that period period was over and he had forgotten again were confirmed that mark was in no state to confess his secret identity but he ended the phone. Call with a small reminder tomorrow saying you and i were friends. Mark reacted happily. I believe responding. That's right woodward told him that he had been a stand up guy. Mark genuinely moved conveyed his appreciation asian at being told as much later marks daughter. Joan pulled woodward aside and mentioned something odd. She'd observed however faulty. His memory got however many names in places and events were lost to him. Mark always remembered to people with perfect clarity. J. edgar hoover and bob woodward woodward's dilemma in him several times and was ready to go public with it but there was no way to tell if mark had even been lucid and when he gave the quote and if you really consented to having it published woodward debated whether to confirm the story and in fact he kim bernstein initially issued another flat denial asserting that they would not ever revealed deep throat's identity but a meeting with washington shington post editor len downie changed woodward's mind this was the story he said it would be taken as the truth by the public and issuing shooing further denials would only muddy the waters that was the opposite of a journalist's job down argued. This was their shot confirm. The story provide closure to the deep throat narrative and allow mark his days of recognition before he passed woodward woodward agreed he began oppressed tour in which he confirmed marks role as deep throat he explained how they came to be friends and how deep throat eventually evolved into a star source he was kind of a mentor almost a career counselor for me and i thought i was going to go to law school and then when i said i'm going into journalism said well now you can help me with stories in the aftermath of mark's outing. Something remarkable happened for the first time ever the three major figures in the unraveling of the watergate scandal. Mark felt bob woodward and carl. Bernstein sat down together in mark's california home in all those years bernstein. I had never met mark but in november of two thousand eight the trio finally all got together and chatted for two hours one one month later mark felt deep throat died on december eighteenth two thousand eight. He was ninety five years old. From.
"deep throat" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"Right? All right. So what is that doing to us? Well, that's what my question. So the the the larger question is is what is what are the implications of this? I mean, you you sit, you sat, you talked to the CEO's of all these companies you, you speak to these people that use the services you speak to the psychologist. What are the larger implications of this is just the new normal. I mean, I have a belief that when it comes to social media, for example, that that we as a society are receding from it because we, it is not what we'd like them. What we what we thought it was going to be people are, as you know, people have been deleting their Facebook accounts and and stopped using Twitter as much and Instagram and and other things like that. And while there will still be a lot of millions and millions of people that use it, there will be millions of people that do not. And I guess is, is this Tinder culture here to stay, or is it something that. That we could turn around and be like, hey, maybe we should start going to bars again and restaurant. So whatever it is and start meeting people that way. Well, the dating industry has exploded in the last five years since tender the online dating industry has exploded there. Now thousands of these platforms not just in America, but all over the world, they're hundreds of millions of people using them and you know Tinder is. And I mean, I'm just, you know, we keep bringing up tender, but you gotta remember, there's just a slew of other ones. Tender is the place. It's the most is London, and then it's New York and then Paris. And then you know, when RS and Moscow are not far behind him and it's everywhere. It's one hundred twenty countries and other countries like China has a huge day nap culture as well night. I'm I, I'm barest. I can't remember the name of their big dating up. There's like a Chinese sort of Tinder, and so you know, I don't see it slowing down all time. Associate, really? Yeah. Author of a great book resistible he's talks game if -cation and the the, you know the addictive nature of the swiping mechanism, which Jonathan dean at CEA, so of tender who we interviewed talks very openly about creating the swipe situation that it would basically be addictive, you know. So I don't think that something that's dicta- designed to be addictive and designed so well, I mean, what? Whatever, wherever you come down, whether tenders good about you, gotta admit, it's kind of gene. Oh yeah, no completely. It's kind of a genius thing. So we have something that's incredibly addictive and it is, you know, please watch the film for a more nuanced discussion of why that is. I find it really interesting. One of the most interesting things in the film for me was the whole game if occasion aspect of these apps, which I learned about when I was doing it, but. But so it's dictated you get sex and easy. So I don't. I mean, you can get sex. It's that's kind of the point of some. A lot of people would say of it. Although the heads of the day knots argue that it's all about love and marriage and getting people, you know, riding off into the sunset and wedded bliss. But we haven't really seen as far as ten does the data on that. I asked the Jessica Karbino sociologist at tender in the film. It's of, I think, striking moment in the film when I asked her like, okay, well, where's your data? And she says, well, that's not available. We're talking about whether the question of whether or not people actually do get married, we'll we're inundated with emails. People getting married, but symposia do the survey. Well, data company doesn't seem impossible to me, but you know, that's that's for the viewers to decide when they watch all of these exchanges, which I think are pretty interesting, but so I, I don't see where what? Why would it slowdown at this point. Point, you know, and I think that it's already it's, it's already transforming..
"deep throat" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"Fair office. How quickly. You could get like guys to match with you and ask you like come over enough sex with them like, right, right there in the office and he'd never seen this before. He was like, wow, you should do a story on this. And I was actually a little reluctant I because I said, oh wow, it's two thousand fifteen. Everybody already knows about tender already, but what really hadn't been discussed, what people really weren't talking about yet was the way in which these dating apps were the seat of a lot of dysfunction. And especially as involves misogyny and sexism and sexual harassment, and this just wasn't being talked about, you know, a lot of the media pieces you would see about tender except for years in the New York Times that one was notably different. But a lot of these pieces were almost read like PR for tender and I and I don't know why that is, but because I think there was just this lovey dovey relationship between why don't think people. I think I think one of the problems was that people didn't necessarily. Anything. A lot of people still don't, but a lot of people didn't necessarily see the the negatives that would come from this culture, so. So getting to the documentary. So you sat down with all these teams. What are some of the things that that you discovered from these teens that you covered before? I'm sorry to interrupt you. The documentary isn't really just teens. It's people who are eighteen to twenty nine. And the reason for that was that the reason skews younger is that those are the people who mostly use dating up eighteen to twenty five is the largest demographic, and for a lot of them, they have never done anything else. They've never done any other kind of dating. And this goes back not even before dating apps. They were dating off of of the internet off of social media of different different platforms. You know, texting and all this kind of thing. So technology is a part of their dating world. So it goes into characters who are on a college campus in the mid twenties late and early twen-. As mid twenties, late twenties, and we have all these different groups. And so when you're talking to these people, so just back up one second. So I have neighbors that have you know teenage kids in and they are using these services which is terrifying when I think about just how that the the culture has how quickly changed and what it must be like to grow with the stuff that the thing that's that I, that I keep wondering is. We, it's very clear and maybe disagree on this, but it's very clear that these technologies have are having detrimental effects to the way. Kids are meeting significant others and so on. I know it's, you know, you're, you're younger, you're in your teens or your twenties, or whatever. You're not trying to marry this person, but it it's creating a dynamic that is is different. It is it do you? Do you believe that it's bad or do you believe that at the end of the day, it's just it's just the the natural progression of how people meet each other through technology. I think we have to look at the different things that are different, and it is, you know, we have experts in the film, talk about who are research scientists of listener psychologists who talk about the unprecedented nature of all of this. You know. I think you and I, when we had our interview for for the piece you for the film swiped, you talked about how you know if you could have anything about technology at all, or even ask for an examination of what's going on. Often, there's this reactive thing where people say you're a Luddite, you don't. You just don't get it. You know, you're behind the times, but I think that's really unfortunate, especially when it comes to young people and and love, and sax because these are these are things that go to the heart of who we are and I and how we feel on a daily basis and how we feel in terms of whether we're being treated, ride respected, you know..
"deep throat" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"Treat each other, how they meet, how they as Volusia Aries psychologists, biologists, say mate, and we talked to six main characters all over the country in four different cities as well as a lot of experts, including you. And the heads of some of the leading dating apps CEO's and CSO's of the big ones like Tinder, bumble and hinge and match group. And there's a lot of discussion of gender issues. We go into a lot of things including racism on the apps trans-phobia on the apps LGBTQ you know, issues and concerns, and we, we tried to be very diverse and talk to a lot of different people from different places, people of color. And I wanted to give a really broad range of voices because so many people use this technology. Well, okay. So let's go back to how this old started. So you did in article wrote an article. I believe it was Vanity Fair about tender and Sean RAD, which was which was one of those seminal articles that get shared all over the internet because they're so much chaotic insane stuff in it tells a little bit about the. I don't remember what was the amazing quote from showing radd the see of tender something about he screwed something up royally, but tell us a little bit about how that came about and how you got to this. And then I, I want to really get into, you know how dating culture has changed since we were kids, of course, and kind of what the implications are of that. But let's go back to that article in Vanity Fair. I believe it was two thousand fifteen. Right? And and how that came about. How the article came about. You mean. Yeah, how the article came about and how this led you down this path of kind of writing more about this kind of dating apocalypse world that we live in and all the things that will come about it. Okay. Well, I did a book that came out in two thousand sixteen called American girls social media, and the secret lives of teenagers and Donald started from Vanity. Fair article, two called friends without benefits. The first anecdote in that piece was actually a sixteen year old girl in Los Angeles telling me about tender and how she got her heartbroken by a guy in school. And so she said she was just gonna go and find some guy, tender and loser virginity a way to sort of deal with her emotions. The emotional fallout of this thing I'd never heard of tender before. Never. I'd heard of grinder. I didn't know that there were dating apps like Tinder yet, and it really. It really had just came out and it's it's, you know, it's not surprising that the first person to tell me about it was a teenager because as you know, young people are often the first to adopt new technology. So after that, I. Started doing the book and I, I wanted to do a film and I was taking along a cameraman with me. I didn't really. I never been to film school or anything. So we traveling around all these cities, and I would just take on this great cameraman that I got very lucky to be introduced him. Daniel Carter who's the cameramen on also swipe the documentary and. I, Dana Brown is my editor who was my editor advantage founder Graydon Carter. He said, why should great in about what you're making a documentary film? You know, maybe he can give you some advice, whatever. So I mentioned a grain that I was doing this trying to make a film about, then I thought, girls and social media and all these really powerful interviews. I was having with all these girls about cyberbullying slut shaming. I mean, just all of these really unprecedented things that were happening to girls online and you know, kind of sexism that was spilling on onto their lives in school..
"deep throat" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"I think that, you know, I mean, we, there's a saying in business that when it comes to technology that there are two kinds of companies, those that have been hacked in those that don't know they've been hacked yet. And I think that that's true for the social media networks. They're these. They not taken privacy seriously. They've used it for ads. They they haven't taken data seriously. Jack Dorsey can get up there and till he's blue in the face and talk about how he could do better with this and better with that and do better with this. And he sorry about this and and it's eventually they have to start doing these things and he can. You know, he talks about Dorsey talk this week about how the it's it's dismaying to him to see that the the. The platform has been used so negatively. Any actually said something that was that was complete opposite to something I've said before, which is that he thinks that by making the platform healthier by making Twitter, healthier, that more people use it. I think that ship has already sailed on. I don't think that you're going to do anything that's going to turn that turn that around. I think that it is. It is a defacto part of the DNA that it is a negative platform. Question to you is a. It seems that the only thing that could really make this work if there if there was a real business incentive, you know, not regulation, not like you guys got to follow the rules or else, but actually there's a company that is following the rules in becoming wealthy popular. So you've got to come up with your your, you know the way to Facebook copied, Instagram stories. Like is there. Is there a version of that for like civil non hackle, non Macedonian troll social media? And do you think there's a business big enough to make these companies really care about the sanitation required? I think that you know. Mark zuckerberg's stock fell hundred, twenty billion dollars in one hour. Last quarter. Twitter's stock has been on a precipitous declines back to where it was a year ago give or take. And I think that that that that is a result of consumers who've had enough, and and I think that when consumers have had enough, that means that Wall Street has to follow suit and they recognized, you know, the the great thing about these companies is there's data to prove what's really happening and and you're seeing people leave these platforms. You're seeing daily user down on.
"deep throat" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"There's we'll get through it the, we'll get that we, you know, America will be beaten and bruised as a country. But the thing that I think that I felt after McCain was that there's this vulgar human being in the White House who was surrounded by other vulgar human beings that refuses to go to this funeral and to say anything nice and so on and so forth. And yet you have the majority of the country that the does and that supports him and former presidents that do and say, you know. And I think that watched that funeral, and then I went to, I went to a baseball game with my son for the first time and. Much about baseball, but there was this feeling that like I had where I felt America can get through this, they can survive Trump and this nastiness. And I think that there's a positive side to Trump. There's a, there's actually a hugely hugely positive side to Trump, which is that you, if you want to do good in the world, you have to have an enemy to fight and there is no better enemy than the Trump administration that has done so much bad to this country. And I think that you're, you know, you're seeing Baidoa Rourke and people like that who I've been talking about for the last year as a person who who is able to rise above all this crap and you're seeing you're seeing this excitement around people who conversations. I think where there's, there's hope hate to use that word, but it's it's, it's a real. That's the feeling I've had. So I feel like there's the wasn't for Trump. We would not have had the metoo movement if it wasn't for Trump, we would not have more women running for office. Than we've ever had in history. If it wasn't for Trump, you wouldn't have had Cortez one. You won't have Baidoa roar who's up against Ted Cruz. You wouldn't have all of these people who are able to rise through the norm and kind of offer this potential new world of government. And I think that if it wasn't for Trump, we probably wouldn't have jobs in the way we do. I think that the media industry is doing so well because of him because it's something that's fighting against him. And I think that that this week I had this kind of positive moment thinking about all that yet. That's, you know, that takes the bright side, Nick, I'm proud of you buddy. That's a really Joe grownup perspective thinks many people have been. You're right, and many people have been certainly wounded along the way when it comes to things like the, the so-called Muslim. And of course the the horrific or separation. Which we're still getting the bottom of that is true. That is true. Many people have gone just e- you know, even wildly richer, like all the rich people that we know and it's all gross, but, but this New York Times I've had teaches us anything. It's that you know the people inside the system are doing everything they can to like jank up the wheel to make sure that you know he can't drive the bus. So. All right. So let's let's end this blabbering away on on a topic. I know all too while technology we had. Jack Dorsey and Cheryl Sandberg in front of congress. This week doing more theater and it was, I felt like I felt like a lot of the stuff has been theater to spend their for for senators to ask questions about whether. Whether they, they're, they're, they're being shadow band or whatnot, or you know, ask why their printer doesn't work, things like that. But I felt like I felt like this week there was kind of a going to be a push towards some sort of it's going to be regulation or agreement or something. But I feel like just the language that was being spoken this week meant that there was going to be there was going to be something that will come of this stuff. And maybe there's a world where the government actually steps up to plate and does something to to try to avoid what's happened before to happen again with these social media networks. The. Don't bother asking me. I don't know. I mean, elaborate. What do you think you're gonna happen? How much how much can really change, you know, given given how form they are and their and their role in in the social. Well, I think that what can change is that there can be there can be specific rules put in place..
"deep throat" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"Skittish about these kinds of opportunities because they were, they're being taped by someone who's you know who's going to put it on the internet. And if they are to ask for incriminating evidence about Donald Trump birth or do ending that good suggestion liberal agenda. So I think that they didn't extraordinary job of bringing a humongous fish, and I think that they Vetter this person. Well, I'm sure a lot of careful thought went into the precise language. Lodestar is a word that we've all stopped on the internet is. Picking it apart, Oxford, comma by Oxford comma by. I mean, it's it is, you know, I don't think that anyone's gonna figure it out by that stuff. I think if you have the guts to to write this, you are, you're, you're, you're, you're in the Clare. I I. But what I do wonder person wants to be discovered at some point, right? I presume that and the tenure for the average Trump administration official, like the average tenure of an NFL left tackle right at. It's like it's not a very long running job. So presumably this person will will will have their own kind of deep throat reveal at some point which they can. They can bask in some reflective glow of glory and and value in country over party. I thought that was I saw a funny tweet from just whack. It said, I'm no HR professional, but it's probably a bad sign when an employee rights in anonymous letter, Colin, you're brain dead asshole, and you can't even narrow it down to one hundred people. That sums up Larry up the well. Let's talk a little bit about what what is actually going on inside the White House. We've been reporting. It actually had a great story that Trump apparently said there are snakes everywhere. I, what I'm curious about is this Abed came out on the juxtaposition of Bob Woodward's book, which is another fascinating media story where you, you have Trump clearly lying to Bob Woodward who brought down Nixon about being able to let letting Bob interview him and then and this book that's gonna come out apparently is going to be a bombshell. What are some of the stuff that we're hearing kind of in the newsroom and from Joe Pompeo and people like that and gave Sherman about what's going on inside the White House right now? Well, we knew the book was going to be massive. I think you and I started talking without a few weeks ago. I heard somebody who's in great gossip loops that it was. It was going to be an order of magnitude larger than than the Michael Wolfe book. Not just because we're reputation is a a little more. Pristine Stanford a lot more pristine. Yeah, he's, he's, he's pretty unimpeachable. I think that in the end, the Trump administration very little that they could kind of back Michael Wolff down about, but but but Bob Woodward is his own entity. Everyone seizing on this being about whether there any Muller clues here. It seems like Jaren vodka are very, are relatively untouched. What what? What I've been hearing and gives reported of this to everyone in the inner circle of Trump world just wants to know how they came out, you know? And I think many of them view this as their shot. Pus teraty others of them view this as a way of reasserting their their position in the totem of, you know, within Trump world. But you know, I think the thing that actually matter the most in what's been very chaotic new cycle is is not the disclosures in the book themselves. Nine, Gary Cohn taking the NAFTA document off Trump's desk North Korea, trade deal. Dog Trump's desk, which is pretty chilling, but the phone call between Trump and Woodward. I think that, yeah, yeah, that scared the shit at people because you know Americans, gosh, to hear how even in like the middle of the afternoon during prime daylight hours Trump just sound. Sounds bat shit crazy. He just he just sounds like someone who does not have as marbles the thing. The thing is he sounds batch it crazy, but he sounds like a bad shit, crazy person who has an incredible memory. I mean, literally remembers. He's like, we met Bob was like, oh yeah, you're gonna have like knows two years ago. We met twenty years ago, and I mean, sure. I would remember that I met Bob Woodward, but I met Carl Bernstein once I don't remember when it was it's, it's like he's so he's like, he's half bad shit crazy..
"deep throat" Discussed on The Read
"You can see it obvious with wide yellow throw uti's abdic but you just to 'hamitic in his line you just dr governor slow okay you know all i will say to you sheriff i love it is that if this is in fact a thing that happened to you here that will come in who for your your willingness to experiment with your sexuality and not only that ally where he went with this but to ponder on it afterwards in figure out what this means to you our laughter should not allow you are anyone else to that there is something wrong with this you know it is healthy and it is actually very progressive and um i mean you know you were curious and you wanted to know exactly i've just feel like the curiosity four man sex i have a hard time believing that it was simply just because i i mean i don a hat it's still of a giant long clitoris they're not i mean above a coach at were how many love balls i just feel like if you've slept with more than like five women you have to be aware that like vaginas and all that coming allotted there's lots of different ways they can look here so the the fact that an extra long cleared through you all so much that you were like maybe i just needed deep throat some tickets but leap there is a lot but i appreciate that you were like i'm curious about ussama try it out but it wasn't for me i didn't really like having taken my mouth effort this new by my heart wasn't into it so so i think you can rest assured because his overall question was every year gay the fact that you did not enjoy sexology or having sex with a man leads me believe that you are not nizer don't think you're gay i think you just like women being sexually aggressive for the record most will never admit it but a lot of straight men have experiment.
"deep throat" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"The jump in the annual create die but i'm saying when you're when you're in your car yeah carps that's what they do god see how the flyers car many asian karp tellers see now when you're on a speedboat near doing that and a car jumps nearer getting hit in the face there are boo hey ct this is whatever chain got it does swordfish stabbed the man sir over the evil that there needs to homeless three stands man in the mouth in pills face oh i did see this a while ago she is actually after they caught it those things go wow he catherine baby stuff the coast and they are known for their spectacular fighting ability yeah the finest stay alive while in time the marlon launches out of the water it's horrifyingly close thoroughly horrifying had jumps out of these idiots our catches men the fish nigeria nord stephen and the marlins deadly hill is shooting straight at stevens face what should give bits steven tries to block the to a plea creation fierce with these are at the marlins spear like bill stabs into his mouth all thrash is from side to side the angry marlins slices the backup stevens throat and tears up the inside of his cheek thankfully the deadly bill pops out of stevens mouth when the marlins body crashes on the side of the boat and flops back into the sea oh my god official enjoy the first i like i like me now by the buyer deep throat this knows that.
"deep throat" Discussed on Pod Save America
"And pass the Dream Act yes yes votes are not for free right if Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan and Donald Trump what Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi to do their jobs for them they should pay something for that and it should be something that's good for this country whether it's Dr auburn south all those things this is not this is not a hard one this is not a hard one because if they were to go along with it now they'll just be put in that position against whether it's a week or two weeks or three weeks from now and every week that goes by it gets harder for Democrats to draw the line there's more and more must pass shit that's GonNa come closer and closer to the debt ceiling not heard a single good reason for why Democrats will have a better hand to play the further along this cats and it's not you know we're not we're not trying to shut it down for single payer talking yeah we're saying give us a bill to support you promised you promised on doc I promise poor Jeff Flake they'd give him a meeting on on the dramatic vote on the tax yes agenda he cast this vote and they said we'll we'll let you in the doors of the White House you'll have a meeting with some low level staffer thank you Jeff Flake we'll see traded his vote for a fucking appointment yeah what happened to retiring with dignity jeff flake how would now McConnell saying we said we would have resolve the dream situation and the and the DACA situations sometime before March and Democrats are trying to say this is emergency this isn't some emergency we can do this in March this is the the McConnell's trying to play one thing we say is right now there are one hundred twenty two people who are protected by the DACA act every who are losing their status nation status every single day so every day that this goes by without passing the dream act to resolving the situation there are more people who are at risk of deportation so I think we can make the case that this is this is an emergency this is causing people to like you know they're going to be Mitch McConnell fucking high school sophomore you need a fucking deadline either teacher to be yelling at you to get it in on time why do you wait till March what are these kids panicking for six more months what kind of government is this what is everything done it a week at a time when people are animals the why do it now it's only the lives of eight hundred thousand young people why not do it five minutes before the papers do right like it's not like I was maybe thinking about going to a birthday party but then I was about to leave the house and I don't like how these socks feel it's literally thousands of every day it's more than a hundred people's lives and it's just going to get worse as time goes by it's it's crazy to me that this isn't something that hasn't he urgency but at the same time it is not crazy to me because it doesn't have direct urgency to Mitch McConnell's life personally and he hasn't proven that he's good at acting in anything it doesn't have direct urgency in his life is not a good person religious be here about Tommy did you wants to just everything he's the most craven lying political hack in the history of local hack he's defending a child molester I just I don't know why I don't know why Pelosi Schumer would approach this conversation from a place of anything but strength these ask clowns in control the entire government and they can't get it together their basic job and pass a funding bill and we should extract every single thing we can get from them and we should do it most painful way humanly Tato there's no cost I I will try to play it out from what the trump and the Republicans are thinking on this I think they are trying to actually attach some of the healthcare stuff do these stopgap funding measures and split off the Dream Act and what they will say is yeah we want to help the dreamers but we only want to help the dreamers if you build the wall and you limit immigration general illegal immigration and so then when the government shuts down they'll say Democrats are shutting the government down over stopping illegal immigration in this country that's what they want to shut the government down over and everything else is nothing so that they're they want that fight and we're just GONNA have to say no that's fucking crazy well we've had that fight was in Virginia right we won and so like the an argument that we can and should win because one of immigration is carb reason Grisham or is popular in this country you believe that because trump won the election in a really weird Way so we got this all on turn on its head but even within the immigration issues the most popular one with the most bipartisan support is solving the problem revolving the dreamers and the Democrats argument here is this is not just something that Democrats want it's something Donald Trump said he supports US something Paul Ryan said he Democrats are not in charge of deciding whether or not the government stays open or not we're not in charge of the decision if if Republicans ultimately decided to shut down the government it will be because decided that keeping the government open while while giving into certain democratic demands wasn't as good for them as the fight and we have to make sure that we have to make sure that they're wrong on okay good okay when we come back we'll be talking to recode's Swisher.
"deep throat" Discussed on Pod Save America
"The will disappoint levin made the other night in sacramento which is very important is the press is condition to ferreting out scandals through secrets right through someone secret emails or a leak or deep throat but in this case donald trump is the throat in his tweeting the secrets hour before it hata side he didn't then is very good at aiming dinner a lot of battles rerouted gift he has that's part of his genius donald trump's genius he figured out in public life there's no cumulative effect of wine people's like our donald he just shape the truth so he gets a pass on laughter liar two why that is so grazing we it was from a cold start it would take down any other administration before him just park with of course but if but if the tweets that donald trump center jeff sessions trying to bully him into drought in the russification firing bowler getting hillary if he it if you know john kelly email those two jeff sessions and jeff sessions had failed to put an argue fact with education in the russian disowned is email given it to wikileaks than it would be a massive scandal you know you know what would actually work is if we could reengineer reality to be like the movie momentum let me explain because reporters have basically shortterm memory loss as we all do down we're all had all been ridiculous so if we imagine we wash all this unfold backwards and we start with guys like papa dopoulos and manafort getting indicted and you go backwards and backwards and backwards and then he see trump winning oh my god that's crazy and you go backwards it backwards and then you end on the moment trump's like hey russia hack her please it's very good if you hack her that would be pretty scandalous via smoking gun tattoo what trump has written across this thing it says we're the nearest kfc is.
"deep throat" Discussed on First and Last
"But are we at six teams on by this week so you're going to have to do a little bit of fancy work and all this and so more important than ever the fantasy sleeper most definitely there isn't a fantasy the'mother that's not going to be affected earliest somewhat affected by the by this week so this week and especially important time the financial you arts of value at the quarterback position let's start their him bodey upwards this week collect andy dalton the is paeans number thirteen quarterback he opposes the colts were allowing nearly fourteen yards per completion that second most in the nfl and of course their first round picks safety mellick hooker is out for the season that could be very impactful injury considering easy green and averaging over nine targets per game this season and especially good deep throat option for them and that all be surprised if you see eighty green emerges week as it as a more significant deeper than he has uh so far this season primarily due to the kotze inefficiencies on the back end visibility colts team have been much more adept at stopping the run and even vat got stressed to the max last week when they got blanked by the jaguars but losing maluku crews wanted to one of the most incredible athletes ahead as asian that you'll see regardless of tenure in the league i agree losing him a huge blow for a defense that's already been reeling to try and hold up their offense through most of the early portion of the season speaking of guy that had success against the colts defense or actually didn't last week because he was alba back this week are nope accuse me read the name wrong here after a subject forget i said any of that erase it stricken from the record tim's running back from the week's all shut up and i do appreciate the attempt at the widow very strongly here blown i like this week at the asean the number 21 running back up against the forty nine irs for a few reason the forty under the worst time of possession team in the nfl eagles being the second best in the eagles around the most plays with the lead the season forty metres around the second fewest.
"deep throat" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"M not imprisoned anymore murdered and he hills mexico's government or he destroy he says they say this and they say haven't done anything he feels there behind the murders basically yup i don't have to follow that i think don graham at fox margaret talib one is spoke for the white house correspondents association who won the domestic right heart of the ordinance he spoke briefly that in she sort of acknowledge that guy and then talked about the difficulties so that was this era and then began young i and so it was an outing abrupt mood change about a time going to mike in to me it was fine run but it was that was i mean i do is part of me the thought why why are we do with tough player to win this now but don graham got up and spoken was pretty funny woodward was brilliant woodward those three filmed a deep throat parody in a garage with matt tell her playing the role of deep throat and making fun of us i mean woodward that was the that's the best that's bob woodward so idea and bob woodward execution that's the best john skipper got up they're not to make jokes and was very klein what he said and more he was fun and then my can i spoke and and i realized and i hadn't and my son can vouch for this 'cause sometimes this happens why i think this is stupid and i don't even know why i'm doing it and then when i'm done i realize what that's pretty big deal with a list of people who've one this thing is a pretty big deal because it starts the first guy.
"deep throat" Discussed on Science Talk
"So with this chapter is opening chapter the book and heavy my students witness my ineptitude in that respect with students was kind enough to say i think i think a seat teeth in there yeah i had no idea they would be living teeth either and we got a good verbal warning france occupant in mom sure that's up that's a lesson that they would not have missed that on the example will use a verbal worry warning should say the outfitted in say a bloody out of the alligator's baker a really memorable hissing said yeah it's a deep throat ed his openmouth fan with the within the from within the dan unless you're seeing it adds some resonance i caused everybody to jump back a little bit and go whoo ooh maybe will will look at this one from a little bit of a dissed that's right i've been the recipient of alligator hisses in the everglades it really gets your attention yeah you don't forget it so the book then goes on to talk about basically the history of life on earth and the role that being underground has played in that history and everything borrows to some extent yeah that was one idea that i really wanted to get across in the book is how many different animals boro or they owed their lineage to boroughs as either a means of survival or as a way of adapting to changing ecosystems through time and yeah the menagerie of berlin animals hit staggered me once i started doing a little bit of research on it that most people sure they know about worms for instance but then crustaceans their crayfish crabs lobsters all of those kind of animals at boro than insects all of these different species of insects have boroughs mammals so many species of those at burrow in between that you even have long fish that boro so long fish mvp ends reptiles you can just go through all the different animal groups and you can pick out burrow worse from those.