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Fresh update on "dunn" discussed on The Greg Kelly Show

The Greg Kelly Show

01:03 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dunn" discussed on The Greg Kelly Show

"You gotta You gotta wear it on. You got to keep it on down. There you go. Keep it right there. Yes, Nation. You feel me going to keep it right here? Good for you, Mason. Oh, I'm sorry. Mason C. You keep your mask done back on. Oh, God. What are you looking for? Oh, gosh. You know what? Somehow it's go outside. It's actually tougher to listen to them to watch. That kid's crying and wailing. So he doesn't want to wear a mask. Who does? I'm not wearing a stupid mask right now. Most of the day. I don't wear a mask. The only time I put this damn thing on is when I'm on the subway, and I only put it on so People don't hassle me. No one's down there anyway. These mass don't work anyway. Dr Fauci said. They don't work anyway. All right, So we're all going along with this. Not me fraud. And it comes down to Mason. This kid in a school. That's what they can push around. They're not going to push around me. They're not going to push around you. Well, they're trying They're trying. If you want a business, maybe they've succeeded in pushing around you. Fiona restaurant. Whatever you work at a restaurant, they have totally screwed up the world. Another trying to make Mason's life. That's his kid's name. He's got to be what four years old So that's Kathy Hucles responsibility. She sees a video like that. He said. Well, that's You know, That's what the science tells us. Shut up. It does not. And by the way, America is the land of the second opinion. We don't have one, doctor that we all listen to and bow down to Fauci. By the way, it was making the rounds again. Is he not the most discredited doctor ever Okay? And when he talks, nobody can understand what he's saying. I mean, he's just it's all gibberish and backtalk. He used to speak a bit more forthrightly. Let me see if I can find this. He used to speak a little bit forthrightly. But now he doesn't because when he did well, they'd called. They called him out on all the stuff that he got wrong. So now he just tries to confuse everybody all the time. And You know, But there he is. He gets face time. That's all he seems to want. Facetime facetime. Um Oh, I got a lot of other sound from my Newsmax show. Um The Capitol Hill cops. Who wore Robocop type Costumes this weekend. Totally overdone and you've got to put the word police on You gotta work. You gotta let us know who you are. I wonder here. Here's one of the cops. Who was there. This is Officer Dunn, who made a fool out of himself. On, um during those J six what they're calling the January six hearings. This is a Capitol Hill can actually Yeah, this is a Capitol Hill cop. And offering his political observations on the world. This is a guy who should be working. For us Instead. He's saying stuff like this, Uh, Harry done. Cut 48. Go. I use an analogy to describe what I want is a hit man. If a hit man is hired, and he kills somebody hit man goes to jail. Not only does the hit man go to jail, but the person who hired them does. There was an attack carried out on January six, and a hitman sent them. I want you to get to the bottom of that. Um now this done by the way is a black lives matter. Activists And black lives matter is a problem. It is. Don't believe what the fake news is. Told you. I mean, that sounds like a benign slogan, right? Black lives matter. Well, of course they do. Well, actually, no, not the way the black lives matter, organization says. Black lives matter. The organization only cares about black lives when a black life is taken by a white cop. That way they can use it for money and power. Otherwise they don't care. There is no opportunity to make money. The loss of a young black Kid killed by another young black kid can't make money can't gain influence. It raises very uncomfortable issues. So black lives matter doesn't really believe that black lives matter. But they do believe in socialism. They do believe in the destruction of the nuclear family Mother, father child They do Believe in. Uh, well, they don't believe in God. This is an atheistic organisation. That's a word atheistic. They're atheists. That is in their mission statement. And we all know by now they're corrupt. So what does this have to do with Harry done all over his website is going to black Lives matter Rallies. All over his Facebook page. He's here. He's there and then he gets to complain about that stuff. And we just Go along with it. Nobody talked about Ashley Babbitt. Nobody talked about Ashley Babbitt at that hearing, Here's Officer Grenelle. Ah! This is a cop, Capitol Hill cop. Listen to how he talks about President Trump. Okay, cut 49. It's upsetting is a pathetic excuse for his behavior for something that he himself helped to create. This month's try, says he. I'm still recovering from those hugs and kisses that day. Sounds to me like you're still learning English, too. I'm sorry, but I don't like this guy at all. To get up there and speak like that about the president and members of Congress. He was so upset that while he was speaking, there were Republican members of Congress who went to the Uh, federal facility where they were being held in Washington. I'm talking about the January six protesters, some of whom did not break anything did not hurt anybody. He said there pathetic for going there. It's pathetic..

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Keith Urban's Tour Production Manager, 72, Dies From Fall

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Keith Urban's Tour Production Manager, 72, Dies From Fall

"Country star Keith urban is mourning the death of his longtime tour manager who fell from a stage in Ohio Keith urban's tour manager Randy Baja Fletcher joined him a decade ago after working with groups like ZZ Top Randy Travis and Brooks and Dunn the seventy two year old Fletcher fell off the stage last week while preparing for the lake your read bash on the bay concert he died a day later urban told Billboard Fletcher had an orbit of light they all loved him and he was grateful Fletcher chose to be part of urban's road family Fletcher was an army veteran who had served in Vietnam he received the country music association's first ever touring lifetime achievement award in twenty seventeen I'm Jackie Quinn

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Schools Reopen With Masks Optional in Many US Classrooms

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Schools Reopen With Masks Optional in Many US Classrooms

"It may be only early August but many schools across the U. S. are re opening to in person instruction with a mixed bag of face covering rules across the nation like many states Georgia is leaving it up to local schools to decide whether face coverings will be required Henry county where students are back in school has decided not to insist on masks we actually operated school when S. hospitals were far more strained than they are today here's Henry county school superintendent Mary Elizabeth Davis we are highly recommending that individuals opt for a mask as an added layer of prevention it's it does all elementary had mixed feelings about the policy Charles Dunn is a grand parent of a student at the school three questions definitely Georgia governor Bryant camp said with the surgeon inspections the state has seen an increase in coded nineteen vaccinations but he's opposed to code related mandates I'm Jennifer king

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Rep. Cori Bush Willing to Spend $200k on Security But Insists Defunding Police Still 'Needs to Happen'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Rep. Cori Bush Willing to Spend $200k on Security But Insists Defunding Police Still 'Needs to Happen'

"There was a time when i would have. You told me a prominent republican or democrat or independent. Any political party would stand on the steps of the capitol and say i'm entitled to hundreds of thousands of dollars of police protection but not you. We needed to defend your police department. I give you congresswoman corey bush from missouri. I'm gonna make sure. I have security. Because i know have had attempts on my life and i have too much work to do there too many people that need help right now for me to to allow that so if i end up spending two hundred thousand if i spend ten ten ten dollars on it you know what i get to be here to do the work. So suck it up and defunding. The police has to happen. We need to define the police. Put that money into social safety nets because we're trying to save lives represented corey bushes walk. She woke now. I'm not woke. I'm hoping to be wide awake. I wonder if bill is woke. Hey bill suck it up. You want to defend the policemen give congresswoman corey bush. Private police protection. What do you think bill. Well if you jump on my soapbox for million. If i can't go ahead climb up there you span two hundred thousand dollars a tax payers to protect yourself and put your life on the line because you're more important than let's say mr dunn who really deserve protection but didn't get and you put your life on the line but you've got security between you and the threat pre. Tell me where you have been threatened with your life word. y'all okay. i'll pay for the police protection. She got a mouse in her pocket. You and i are paying for her police protection

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These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name

"Doubt that tears were shed over january. Six i'm not trying to minimize that but wait a minute after your testimony on capitol hill as as a capital police officer. You're going to sit down with donald. Lemon and trash talk cnn. I is that kind of typical behavior of law enforcement. let's get. let's get john's perspective. Who i understand has been an officer for over three decades. Is that true policemen for thirty three years. John yes thank you for calling us. Tell me a little bit about what your reaction is. What you're seeing fell a law enforcement do on cnn and msnbc yesterday all these four guys. In my opinion they're They're playing to the democratic party. They got their own agenda They're looking for payout. Maybe maybe harry dunn's going to become a cnn contributor. john. Yeah i mean the I've been last letter. Riots and i know a lot of guys been hurt and that one of them acted like any one of these four guys. This is this is totally ridiculous. You know i got a brain traumatic brain injury. And i'm gonna be off he's looking for a payout he Suda city suda The capital. I don't know what is agenda is what i know. You want a bad mouth them but me being a policeman. I can bad mouth. I'm giving everybody a bad

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The Quest for a Covid Pill

The Readout Loud

02:12 min | Last month

The Quest for a Covid Pill

"You guys had a great story this week along with nick. Floor co about billy. Done the the regulator kind of at the heart of The helm controversy What did you guys find out about him as you were reporting this. Well what's interesting is we learned quite a bit. Because for anyone. Who's paid attention to this and might have cursorily google billie dunn. You'd find that there's very little information about him on the internet and so that was kind of the mountain that we're gazing up at As we embarked on this because as you mentioned he does seem to have emerged as really the key person at fda Who biogen identified as being you know willing to embrace their read of the very controversial data and that that set in motion the process by which the drug was eventually approved. And i think the narrative around the time of the approval and based on his comments at a public meeting last year was that he was really drinking the kool aid. That this guy you know maybe was kind of a mark for biogen. Maybe kind of went over his skis or listen to closely to patient advocates at the expense of the kind of rigorous view of data that one might expect from the fda. But what. I thought was interesting. Reporting it out and we talked to quite a few people who've worked with him whether add fda or At companies that had been before him or or in patient advocacy groups that have likewise met with him and would almost everybody said was that he built this reputation as a very stern and rigorous regular someone who demanded very clean very compelling data from treatments. That might win approval before even considering them in the sense that it gave him a lot of respect among his colleagues at fda and in some cases it really frustrated or even angered patient advocates. Who thought that you know for diseases like ls for example where there are so few options that he should ease up on that standard and so in those conversations that i think we had our. You can speak to this eventually. You'd get too. So what do you think of the agile. Home approval and people seemed kind of baffled. The a lot of people said like that's not the billy done. I know i remain confused. As to how he was won over by this data set from biogen. When i know him as a person who takes a completely different approach to regulating new drugs.

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Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol

Forum

01:40 min | Last month

Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol

"D. C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Finnegan yesterday, describing what he encountered as he tried to protect the U. S Capital on January 6th. On that day I participated in the defense of the United States Capitol from an armed mob, an armed mob of thousands determined to get inside. Because I was among the vastly outnumbered group of law enforcement officers protecting the capital and the people inside it. I was grabbed, beaten, taste all while being called a traitor to my country. Was at risk of being stripped of and killed with my own firearm as I heard chance of kill him with his own gun. I could still hear those words in my head today via known was one of four officers who testified yesterday during the public first public hearing of the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the attack on the capital. D C Officer Daniel Hodges and Capitol Police officers Harry Dunn and Sergeant Jacqueline Logan. L also gave emotional testimony about the physical and verbal abuse. They suffered statements that are difficult to hear. No one had ever ever called me and while wearing the uniform of the Capitol police officer In the days following the attempted insurrection. Other black officers shared with me their own stories of racial abuse on January six. One officer told me he had never And his entire 40 years of life. Been called in to his face. And that streak ended on January six, a

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"dunn" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:38 min | Last month

"dunn" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"You know when you've been at a job for years at your annual review your boss gives the promotion to someone else like it went to the new hire of all people and when you try to talk to your boss he shut you out but wait a minute here me out. At and t. Here's you for a while now. They've been making sure that every customer both new and existing is being heard at. At and t. Everyone gets promoted to the best deals. Checkout smartphone pricing for everyone at att dot com forward slash best deals restrictions and exceptions may apply this year. Let's not say we're going back to school work in our social lives. Let's embrace the lessons of this past year and move forward instead. Calls has just what you need to do it. In style for kids there's active wear and backpacks from the top brands like nike adidas under armor. And more and for grownups there are beauty must have an stylish accessories to help you move forward to your new normal so go ahead find it. All at kohl's or kohls dot com today democratic leader. Nancy pelosi posted that kevin mccarthy and many house republicans continue to disrespect law enforcement and dismiss their heroism at the january. Six insurrection yesterday during the house. Select committee hearing officer. Henry dunn said that no one had ever called him an inward while wearing a capital police officer. Uniform take a listen to this please. i'm a law enforcement officer. And i do my best to keep politics out of my job but in this circumstance i responded. Well i voted for joe biden because my vote not count am i. Nobody that prompted a torrent of racial epithets. One woman in a pink maggot shirt. Yelled you here. That guys is voted for joe biden. Then the crowd perhaps around twenty people joined in screaming boo. No one had ever ever called me while wearing the uniform of capital police officer. Wow wow it's chilling. Hearing it in their own words isn't his testimony yesterday office. A harry done and it was just unbelievable that these conservative. Gop's republicans are downplaying. What happened On january six acting like was no big deal waiting for the election to next year. They think they're gonna win and get back in power. That's what this is all about all of this. There's only been one person. Convicted does the The one sentencing of the one guy that we talked about last week year. Tommy got by eight months or something like that. We got that sentence because the judge said he wasn't the ringleader. Ain't that right right ringleader. let's get donald trump. You're so right about that officer. Harry done went on to say that the person who ordered the hit on january six should be arrested. Just like the hitman would be in any other criminal case. also officer Michael danone confronted lawmakers for downplaying the riot. Yeah and he got seriously hurt in all of its he. S the one that said. Thank you steve. And then blank you remember him. Yeah he went off you know what don't that it's like this any if this had been anybody else. Yes if this were just. The black lives matter protesters. This this is not even a question of is this a crime. Should this be punished or did they do the officers wrong. It wouldn't even be a question but the republican party has politicized this and that is the damn shame -ness of this country we live in because it is such a hypocritical as country. They ain't nothing on paper. They say they are they. Don't give a damn about the judicial system it if if it affects a power name money in position so now they to hail way with all y'all we want to stay in office. I don't make no sense. Don't make no sense at all not at all in these hearings continue. I mean they're just making it so difficult you know they won't call it. What it is you know people died. It's like they're they're downplaying. That in watering down is a disgrace. Really what they're doing it's really otari. Must go to the source. Let's go back to ustadz who sent out industry. And that's the person that is responsible. Forty five anything him. yeah yeah. Yeah this is. Steve said if it was anybody else had done and we know this yeah know what would have happened. And then they're downplaying and who's paying for the damage to the buildings. The capitol building solid we pay for that tax tax taxpayers. All right. we'll have more today's trending stories. And more of the steve harvey morning show coming up at twenty minutes. After right after this. You're listening to morning show on me. Goes i have a mother negga and teaming up with my friend and my co host. Tv.

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House Votes to Evacuate More Afghan Allies as US War Ends

AP News Radio

01:14 min | 2 months ago

House Votes to Evacuate More Afghan Allies as US War Ends

"The house has voted to allow thousands more of the Afghans who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war entry into the United States on this vote the yeas are four hundred and seven and the nays are sixteen the book was overwhelming the bill is passed but Republican congressman Tom McClintock was unhappy with the measure I will support this bill is the least bad option the Democrats have left us he said it would set up a hasty and an adequate screening process but with the US withdrawal in its final weeks the bill's sponsor Democrat Jason crow a former army ranger who fought in Afghanistan said haste was essential the threat to our Afghan partners who served alongside American men and women is increasing drastically every single day congressman Neal Dunn a veteran of the Vietnam War recalled leaving allies behind it still weighs on me the Florida Republican said the U. S. must not do it again please do not abandon friends of America again the measure adds eight thousand more visas to the twenty six thousand already allocated some seventy thousand Afghans have settled in the United States on the special pieces since two thousand eight Ben Thomas Washington

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Chinas Unrestricted Warfare

Malicious Life

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Chinas Unrestricted Warfare

"When brian shields i notified nortel networks leadership about a major cyber incident. It's not that. He was outright turned aside. They didn't laugh him out of the room like cartoon villains rather according to him and others involved. The people in charge just didn't give it much. Thought they were distracted with other matters. They believed were more. For example there were right in the middle of firing their ceo frank dunn for some shady accounting practices. They did so just full days after. Brian and his team discovered the breach so soon that done himself didn't even hear that he was hacked. But even those who weren't fired didn't hear much about it. Nortel board members later told bloomberg that they couldn't recall the news ever having come up in any of their weekly meetings. They were simply too busy with on boarding the new. Ceo the man they brought in was bill. Owens a decorated former admiral the us navy and former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff as ceo. He didn't do anything about the breach either because he didn't prioritize it or if one were to make an educated guess because nobody around him was talking to him about it instead. According to bloomberg quote nortel global technological juggernaut would respond to one of the longest. Running chinese heck's of the decade with password update and a series of overtures to wow and quote.

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Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

Made By Women

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

"Big data is one of the biggest game changers in modern life. It's transformed business. Politics science and just about every facet of society and duino done is a pioneer in the field in nineteen eighty nine. She co founded a data. Science company called done humby the revolutionized the realm of retail and consumer packaged goods the groundbreaking loyalty program. That done humby created helped. It's klein tesco. Become one of the world's largest retailer's for her groundbreaking work at was awarded in. Ob one of the british empire's highest honors. After selling humby edina went on to become the chair of star-count a data science consultancy between his journey is a fascinating one. I hope you enjoy my conversation with the dna co founder of done humby and chair of star-count between thanks so much for joining us in two lighted to be here with you. Well we are very excited about this conversation in particular for lots of reasons much about your career to date has been about big data which we love to talk about it. Then of course getting into what you're doing with the female lead but to start big data has had a huge impact and continues to have a huge impact on contemporary life. And you've really been a pioneer in this field in one thousand nine hundred nine. You founded a global data science company which created the first mass loyalty program and changed the way people shop and now you're the chair of data marketing company stark out. What drew you to this field. And why is data science so important to our everyday lives will thank you. I mean yes. It's a great question. I i have to say i. I was lucky and my job. I i study joker fe and no one who studies geography ever face. They got a have an amazing career. Following that i've enjoyed it. I didn't think i was going to step into a role where spatial analysis was important. And actually i did

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UK's Prince Philip honored with 41-gun salutes after death

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

UK's Prince Philip honored with 41-gun salutes after death

"Commemorations and condolences have flooded in from around the world to mark the passing of the United kingdom's prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh the Australian defence force began its elites outside Parliament House in Canberra has it find the traditional forty one so it's in tribute to the prince as a member of the Commonwealth group of fifty four countries headed by the monarch Australia was invited to honor prince Philip the prime minister Scott Morrison reached out to the queen what he called a very sad day let us be there now for use your majesty's even prime minister said to send Dunn said he would be fondly remembered for the encouragement he gave to many young New Zealand as well over fifty years thing your computer bar out awards have can mix is home to thousands of new Zealand's young people tributes will say came in from the leaders of China Malaysia and the Philippines Karen Thomas London

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"dunn" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"dunn" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"And you know to see to see those guys russell van even can you remember. Was it no. Don't say recipe wrestle tv. I remember on sky. Many many many years ago i wrestling channel the wrestling channel. Of course itself doesn't it. Yeah like unseen because they used to have. He's absolutely love after brand. Of course seeing. Johnny jody on there and like of course me being like when i was younger being smaller than a high flying guy always like series. It sounds and looks up to buy for them to be able to work so closely with johnny as well like i've had a few really matches of jordan and even like wrestling with payments. The man of he gets is absolutely like the guy can walk and say nothing the guy walk there and do nothing and they just hate him straight off the bat and it's just the he's just he's just fantastic fantastic. There's people that. I know when the first b the music hits or you here is a level of bows wants johnny. Stay home at milton. Keynes the other one. These nina samuels at progressing. If you hit the first speed of her music the whole place milton keynes. Is it a little bit more explosives in as well. The first beat the b. The music just hear chorus of boos across the the whole venue solitude people. I know that britt rice fantastic. I'm sure that we probably a more people. Now they've probably won't be showing their faces. Yeah you know. Johnny is thinking about joining me. I've heard stories like horrible story. John or him. Being a horrible person happened. i heard stories. You're from a few people that can top. We bit late. Spend quality time is much desk and then can have when you plan with him. He debate so. I remember the time being told up on wrestling. Johnny oslo cycle. Is he going to end up. Like i call..

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Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 6 months ago

Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes

"Schaefer coal coal-fired power plant in jasper county. Indiana is scheduled to shut down in two years when it does about thirty percent of the county's tax base will vanish kendall culp. Jasper county. commissioner says the closure poses difficult questions for local leaders. What does county government look like without your largest taxpayer. Will you be able to provide the same services. Can we still provide public safety in response. Good response time for emergency services and that sort of thing to make up for the lost tax revenue. The county is working hard to attract new businesses and encourage growth new clean. Energy development should provide a boost a solar developer and the local utility are planning to build a massive new solar farm in jasper county called the dunns bridge solar project when complete it will span about five thousand acres. It will also include battery storage. The project is expected to be fully operational around the same time that the coal plant closes. Were excited it coincides very well with the shutdown of schaefer so as jasper county moves away from coal solar can help supply both a new clean renewable source of electricity and tax revenue to support community services.

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As millions face eviction, both tenants and landlords feel pressure

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

As millions face eviction, both tenants and landlords feel pressure

"The pandemic has led to problems paying the rent at the end of the month. The federal moratorium on evictions runs out. Millions of renters are tens of billions of dollars combined behind in rent and utilities. CBS is Jerica Duncan tells us. The stress of the non payments is shared by renters and their landlords, not just renters. Landlords say they're feeling the pressure, too. How many of your tenants are behind. Right now. They're all behind in one way or another Liz Dunn on six buildings in Seattle, Washington, It's made up of more than 20 small businesses and nearly 30 apartments. My entire goal is to try and keep everyone of my talents in their space until we're all the way through. This done, admits that's been difficult. She's accepting less and rent from tenants and has been directing them to grants and loans.

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Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury

WBZ Afternoon News

01:11 min | 8 months ago

Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury

"One high school hockey team from Attleboro is back on the ice for the first time since an accident put one of their teammates in the hospital or details from WBZ TV Stephanie Chan. It was an emotional return to the rink, the bishop fiend Boys hockey team, rallying together an Attleboro after their beloved teammate A. J. Quetta suffered Spinal cord injury during a game on Tuesday there coach Kevin Dunn. It was very uplifting. I thought that they had ages to sister speak, that was that was very much been very, very difficult for them. The high school senior remains in critical condition after undergoing surgery in Boston. The outpouring of support has been overwhelming A go fund me for Quetta has raised more than $600,000 to help with medical expenses. While the Bruins amplify the fund raising efforts no, the sports Community. You know the hockey community and in the end the Patriots to be as generous as they are, and it's absolutely you know, words can really describe it. It will be a long road to recovery for the 18 year old senior He certainly won't be alone. Had his sisters let the crowd in prayer before Yesterday's

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Heat to use coronavirus-detecting dogs when welcoming fans back to arena

The Adam Carolla Show

01:52 min | 8 months ago

Heat to use coronavirus-detecting dogs when welcoming fans back to arena

"The miami heat will use covid nineteen detection dogs are allowed back to american airlines arena next week. That's the score dot com. The dogs are one of several new health and safety measures introduced by the heat in preparation for their january. Twenty eighth matchup against the clippers. Where they'll begin permitting. A limited number of fans to attend the games. All guests will be screened by the dogs which have been specifically trained to identify active virus. If a dog detects the coronavirus. The fan in anyone in their group won't be allowed inside fans attending heat games. Must also wear face masks and those sitting within thirty feet of the court will be required to undergo an onsite rapid test. But the how okay just go. How do they do the dog. I mean d- after breathe on the dog literally just walked past the dog. I mean they they have to report. You don't have to yeah. I think they'll probably just their dogs. They're better than us. We don't deserve dogs. And i thought they were going to be testing for like fever because i feel like i don't probably smell but they are specifically it says right here. They're specifically trained to detect the virus. Well you know everything that comes off of a human has a smell so it's like a zig has a smell. A cancer has a smell a virus as a smell like everything. You have creates a smell like you know. We all get the breath in the armpits in the asshole part of part of life. But you're just living organism and everything that attached to us going to rate something like there's gonna be a smell and dogs can smell everything that comes off of a human being. Well they can smell everything. What do they say. Ten thousand times more powerful or something. Yeah i am human and it doesn't gross them out. It's just information to a dog.

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Blake Shelton defends 'Minimum Wage' song

The Bobby Bones Show

09:23 min | 8 months ago

Blake Shelton defends 'Minimum Wage' song

"On the phone. Right now is blake shelton it. We got new song out today We do and It's we kicked around actually releasing this song last last year at the end of the year december and and happy anywhere still kind of having its moment at country radio and we didn't want anything to get in the way of that record because that's been fun record to have and didn't want anything to interfere with what it what it may go on to do And so we backed out. And now we're releasing this all minimum wage. Which i've actually had recorded now for Maybe a year or something and and just you know everything. Kinda got thrown spun out last year. Obviously it did for everybody else and and So we're gonna come with a new album that this'll be the first single off of that album and we're pumped about it just because it's it's up campo it's fun and fully energy and and I definitely need some of that in my life and hopefully Everybody kind need some of that. If you put out a song and it does not go number one. Is that a disappointment to you Well that's been a disappoint not just at this point in my career. I mean if you're going to release a solid radio. I mean you're lying to everybody if you say it's not in the back of your mind that you hope it goes number one. I mean you otherwise. You wouldn't even release it to radio and go through the promotion process and you know all the things that you that you have to do to to be a part of that world. I mean you know. I mean you see. Every week somebody is trying to get their record number one and and You know for me. Not that i expect it to go number one but at the same time. I'm disappointed if it doesn't just because i know how hard everybody on the team works to get those things to the top you know and it just try to get done. Blake shelton on with us. What was the first job you had where you made minimum wage our roof houses in ada oklahoma and they may have been more than minimum wage. I think about. I think i got paid eight dollars an hour and i feel like way back then. Minimum wage might have been six dollars an hour or something closer to that. So man i. I stepped right into the big money. Roofing houses you know. I wrote houses to arkansas. But i didn't. I don't know if you started like i did. I had to be tear off. Guy i before i was actually the guy with the shingles is that. Was that your pat. I never worked up to shingle. In two years. I was a tear off and carry. I could carry by the end of the road. I can carry two bottles of shingles up at a time on on my shoulder which is like a hundred and twenty pounds. That was the only time in my life. I was ever in shape. Of course i was still a teenager. So i had that going for me. How do you feel about the return of the mullet. What do people say about yours back. In the day versus you know kind of the new generation of the mullet. Here's how about it. Because i'm a little jealous And that's been honest. i'm. I'm a little jealous that i don't have the mullet. But here's what i've found. Is you know you look at morgan. Wall he's a good looking guy and he's in shape and and when i've tried growing my mullet out this last last year during the quarantine time i realized for me. You can't be fat and have a mullet lock. You know what. I mean in order to get away with it. You have to have something else going for you and you know back in the day when i had one man. I was skinny. And that's not how it is anymore. And so i'm gonna have to. If i'm going to have the mullet. I gotta lose hundred fifty pounds. There's a lot that's a big number man pat is. I'm sorry bobby. Blake this whole controversy about minimum wage. When it finally gets to you that people are. I don't know whatever they are. Do you roll your eyes or do you go to this Well i've learned over the years not to just roll my eyes. You know until. I really get to the bottom of whatever. The particular controversy is that But when i saw this on was i i mean. I don't want him everything but it kind of a role of the is. Because i think if there's if you can find something offensive about this song i mean you're either you're just looking for fight or you're probably not a country music fan to begin with you know it's i. I really can't draw connection between anything controversial. And i love song. But you know it's It's the times we're in. i guess but we're just. We're proud of the song and and we love it. Which is weird. Because as soon as i heard about the controversy i came on and was just railing against these overly woke folks. It's what i was calling him. And then i started to get pushed back for standing up for the fact that it was a metaphor for life in that i was someone who grew up on minimum wage for most of my life. I wasn't. I was just so irritated in ronnie dunn fight. The standing up for two like why in the world is happening with folks. Think you just gotta go okay. Well that's your your take. We're we're going to keep going on with reality on this road and you can take whatever turn you want to Because it's at the end of the day it's a song about if you got love and then you didn't you've got the everything that matters you know And again if there's something offensive about that then i this is not the the world i wanna live in. Have any of your other songs sparked up debate. Like do people get upset about hillbilly bone. Because you know you know you know. Only you know only time that people get upset about that song when we perform it live and trace sexually points In the in the area makes it makes it big deal every time it gets to the chorus like. He's got a point to himself to be sure you understand exactly what he's talking about. I don't know. I don't know i don't know what to say. Oh i i thought he he points to a hillbilly and the crowd. Yeah that's right that's not me up. Blake shelton's got a couple more questions for you. I was talking to devon dawson recently. Who is one of the writers god's country and he told a story about how they they had sent playlist to you a few songs and god's country was one of the first ones on that playlist. Can you just kind of tell me your version of the story. But hearing god's country i was well. I don't think. I heard the other song that they spent because wanted god's country was the first song on that email or whatever i got and i stopped right there. I was on my There's a rumor going around that. I was on tractor But i was actually on skid steer different kind of equipment. But i had a both in that thing and i was i was mowing and doing some things and i figured out how to our. He's not think. I even tried to open the email to see if i could learn how to use my bluetooth and and And i turned it on. And then i was. I was shocked. I was blown away. I couldn't even believe what. I was hearing. 'cause i knew that it was it was a it was game changer. It was that lacombe. Nothing would be the same for any of us involved after this song is far from a career standpoint and and what it was going to to do you know and in my mind anyway because every time you record song you say oh my god this could do this or that And this one seemed like it would just almost Start a new chapter for me. And it did to be honest It's one of the few times that actually had a vision and trick that the my last question for you if twenty eight number ones now twenty eight like once concerts return. You're at the point now where you could do. Two nights in a city playing pretty much all number ones and other massive songs didn't quite number one is that something that you'd want to do is do two nights and a city making sure you get all the hits in what i wanna play in front of a of a full crowd and two nights probably will be one night too many from i guess i guess if people would promise they would come back in the second half then. Yeah that would be a blast. I used to always think that about george strait. I always thought it'd be cool if he did like a marathon like a four or five hour concert just all these number one hits and it was on. Hbo or or something like that. Yeah that's my big idea for george. Anyway he needs it. I think he's he's in the business for some career advice so i'm gonna hit him up. Tell him he loves it. He loves to work. I'll tell you

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Sarah Alcorn on her podcast "Ivy League Murders"

Too Many Podcasts!

03:37 min | 9 months ago

Sarah Alcorn on her podcast "Ivy League Murders"

"Of cambridge. And it's a super liberal bastion and growing up. I think part of part of what motivated us to do this. We really grew up in with harvard in our backyard. You know harvard square was our hangout places teens and so but i think for a lot of people the ivy league. Is you know as exotic as a place like hawaii. So that's part of the reason why we put this together was to to our whole premises. Basically got somebody really intellectually intelligent but emotionally not so much and so we see that time and time again and not everybody went to i. D league at some of the victims are actually from the ivy league is also. We're really trying to explore crimes. Crimes academia crimes of crimes. We always think of privilege is being this bubble where things like that can't happen. So that's what we're looking into and we're trying to just take true crime to next level and put a little bit philosophy or history or literature in there too because it is ib leak. And that's our niche actually with the ivy league murders. Hey it's the same kind of mystique as white people so fascinated with celebrities. They wanna know what happens when they're not in front of the camera. We all these scandals people are drawn to it in with an ivy league schools at. You might see these captains of industry or tech giants or whatever. They may turn out to be. You know what's what's going on. When they're out of the hollow they're not immune from human frailties which are know mental illness and drugs and alcohol an obsession and love and sax and money and greed. And all those all the things that motivate people to to make the ultimately bad decision of murdering somebody else. Did you think that some of the people who have that kind of education just will say the killer obviously that they thought that there was some sort of an entitlement. We find that quite a lot. In in fact some of the subjects that we look at a for example thinking of dr grindr which is one of our episodes absolutely brilliant doctor and he perpetrated a ridiculous crime sloppiest crime in you know so it does go into my theory that some people could be. They can be very intelligent in certain categories and then just suck Committing crimes. Do think. There's a lot of like entitlement or hubris or whatever you wanna call it where they think like. I'm so much smarter than everybody in these blue collar. Cops will never be a the solve this crime and it's like dude. You know the you did a terrible job on the crime. Sorry you know varied sloppy. That's one thing. We like to look at There is there's a famous writer. Dominic dunn really was fascinated with crime in privilege and is a great quote. and i'm paraphrasing. Can't remember the exact quote but that people are more interested in seeing kings fall than peasants. Basically in that the kind of you know serfs or whatever the phrase is that he says. I just think it applies to this as well because i think the presumption is when you go to an ivy league. Everything's perfect after that right. You make six figures year. Everything's taking care of van.

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Creating job opportunities by closing the urban-rural digital divide

Work In Progress

05:45 min | 9 months ago

Creating job opportunities by closing the urban-rural digital divide

"Me today matt dunn founder and executive director of the non-profit center on rural innovation matt. Thank you very much for joining me today. A great to be with you. I don't know how many folks out there no the nonprofit so when it you give us a kind of overview on what your mission is sure The center on rural innovation is an action tank. That is dedicated to closing the urban rural economic divide and we focused on building digital economy ecosystems to make sure that there is a more equitable economy particularly in the face of automation. Very important topic is the broadband. As as part of this. I think so. Why don't we start with that. Tell me what your organization has been doing how you've been working to make sure there's an equitable access to broadband even before the pandemic. We knew that if you're going to create a digital economy jobs in rural places which are the The the jobs that grow out of automation and the other a real trends bar time that you had to be on a level playing field in those economic models and the very basic level is you need to have access to broadband you need to be able to collaborate with people Only in your immediate community but all over the world you need to have access to data and data analytics. An you need to have access to the what is now. The largest supercomputer ever created which is the cloud computing infrastructure that can allow for a technology of products and services to do to really thrive But only if you have that connection to them so we Been doing work in communities in partnership with a company called c. Technologies to help those rural communities. Do the pre-development understand. What are the business models. What are the organizational structures and the funding resources. That can allow them to build fiber to the home that will provide essentially future-proof can activity speeds in ones. That are frankly faster than you can usually get in big cities like new york and san francisco. The interesting part of this process is that many people think that it's impossible to bring world class broadband to rural places in. It's just not true In fact role communities pretty much one at a time have gone through a scrappy individualized process of bringing fiber to the home in communities. That census tracts represent over ten million world people so this canaan be done. They're usually done in hybrid public private partnerships of some kind and in many cases. They're leveraging the kinds of organizations that brought electrcity to those regions of the country when the marketplace wouldn't do that on the their own cooperative electric companies municipal electric companies small telephone companies with special status From the fcc. And those have been the laboratories of innovation of bringing broadband and now other communities are developing things like telecommunication union districts that can bridge over municipal boundaries county boundaries to create a quasi public enterprises. That can still leverage low cost capital through municipal bonds while delivering a broadband product. Their constituents that can really work and be financially sustainable interesting how this is being done piecemeal but i think covert has really pointed out. You know. it's you know it's sometimes takes a a a nationwide event to really draw. Focus on how important something like this. This infrastructure is when it comes to work and when it comes to schools and to help the pandemic really laid bare. What many of us already knew which was the lack of universal broadband and a lack of of equity that was true in creating what was known the. Fcc has the homework gap because even if you were doing most of your school day in a school that plenty of access if there was a differential in your ability to access content After school it wasn't that different from when the kids who had electricity in their home were able to read books at night and who who weren't so But and now that everything is online and many schools are going up partially or fully remote. The inequity becomes even more pronounced. If you can't go to a library for that type of access because the the libraries are close to patrons and it's a little depressing to see in in many row places folks sitting in their cars outside of a library building or a school building trying to get the wifi. That's coming out of the windows. It's not what the Most affluent nation in the world should be be seeing a the other is

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Disney World Has Been Photoshopping Masks on Guests in Ride Photos

The Adam Carolla Show

01:09 min | 10 months ago

Disney World Has Been Photoshopping Masks on Guests in Ride Photos

"Make you visit walt disneyworld. You will be wearing a mask however it might not be on you but they will put it on you. According to fox disneyworld has allegedly updated how it handles people not wearing masks on rides by digitally adding a face covering to the guest and the photos that can be purchased afterward. I believe we have the picture so previously disneyworld wouldn't allow these So can you see. It's not super clear. But can you tell who has a giant two-dimensional mask over their back has a comically large mouse. That is correct. That's a mouth diaper thing. Make sure work that fucking gag. Now the park is allegedly allowing guests to have their photos but they will not be able to purchase their photo without that little sticker over their face and the theme park which is courses open. Florida not opening california has not provided official comment but according to disney world's website face coverings are required in those who don't adhere to the mass guidelines will not be allowed to have their photo taken by

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"dunn" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on Homophilia

"Because. He Kinda, you know he grew up in rural and then immediately went off to work in studios and whatever, and I was like. He he killed his pretty and how was it was great. Great. That was very even then that was great. You tied the knot in more ways than one. Yes, he did. That is a very, very cute need. Cute. Thanks and don't forget if you have better ones which you do. Send them to Homophobia pod Edgy Mail Dot com whether an audio or text form whatever works for you. Our guest this week. Is The podcast. Behind just between us. and bad with money the book bad with money all the books mentioned before She is an absolute dream She is the the lover of a former guest of ours mouth plum. Love it when that happens everybody, please stay tuned for Gabby done. Dave, I have to tell you something occasionally. Michael by Michael will do an impression of us of of the podcast of an ad on the podcast, and it always starts with me being like Dave I am wearing my macworld and underwear and they are so comfortable and then you go matt I gotTa Tell You these knock wealth and sweat pants I wear them every day. I. Feel I'm not doing I'm not doing justice. But you get the gist. I do get the gist and here's the thing I think that the reason why it resonates so deeply throughout the culture but especially within your household is that it's true. It is based in truth I am currently wearing Mack Walden silver underwear they are comfy. They are they are odor repelling. They are the Best I love my sweatpants from on my suction I love my mask from them. Of It yes. I, found myself meeting my macworld and more than ever because obviously we're all sort of lake living in Loungewear but we want that loungewear be comfortable. We Wanna be able to work out in it and. macworld and yeah, I mean I. I. Have a special place in my heart for the silver underwear and the shirts because they're naturally anti microbial, which means they eliminate odor and. Also if you don't like your first pair of underwear which isn't going to happen, you can keep it and they'll still refund no questions asked. That's absolutely correct. They are great for whatever it is. You do I have Mac Walden swim trunks that I love they have pockets in them. They're constantly checking to make sure I don't don't jump in the pool with my phone in my pocket the folks McClellan had even created their own.

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"dunn" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on Homophilia

"That's truly Look terrific in the chain. Thank you so much. I have not taken this off since I got it in January whenever now you were considering getting, where are you with that? Well, you know I, it's not a place where we can really go and try them on. You know I've seen some on Amazon that look okay on Amazon. But I don't WanNA buy chain on. Amazon no God. No. Yeah and I I don't know I. Don't know we'll see when your friends starts making him again. Then we'll talk then maybe I'll become a chain guy. Yes. Yeah. I mean I my friends cheer and Dana They have a jewelry company called the ten and that's where I got this beautiful baby and they're just kind of on pause right now for obvious reasons. But I hopefully, they'll be back up and running and I'll let people know. So everybody can get on the chain wagon. I love it. I love it. If Karnal from normal people hadn't done it if you hadn't done it who had Gabe della hey over at the pool and he is now a chain guy it's like all right swimming pool with a chain. It's just a it's a cool summer look. I'm in. You never had off. It's great man. God It will with that gorgeous head of hair and Ralph. Oh my God here, Matthew thank you so much I've just come from I. Appointment in. In Age is like since the well, certainly since the lockdown but I I guess it's my first doctor appointment. Since last year I say this only because I see the same doctor as Bryan Safi Gibson and Paul Tompkins. We all see the same guy and he is so hot. It's crazy like he's unbelievably handsome. I long ago when I was looking for an eye doctor, I went on twitter as like anyone in La Dr. fifty people got back to me. One of them was like my great news incredibly hot I guy called. Went right there. He's fantastic of course, everyone's masked up. He's still looks great. It's a difficult to pull off entertainment. It's the is it They're fine. They're fine. Just common type one diabetic gotta stay on the Shit. But I am good. You kind of just wanted an excuse to go see him. You are absolutely right actually Erin Brian. Paul and I thought about doing a limited run podcast about him. As a guest. But that never came to pass and. It's like you should just set up an office in the ear Wolf Building we. Do that Yeah, God. If you could see this Guy Oh lord it's he's like Bob Benson from from madman but blonde, it's how. It's too much. So here. No Mafia recently met. We've been in a bit of literary corner. And I, don't mean to say that say that we've been backed into literary corners just been like you know cozy nook. With a with a good leather chair and a lot of a lot of. Dusty old volumes full of wisdom. We Sam Lansky. Last week. This week, we have gabby done who has written. No fewer than ten thousand bucks. We're all stuck at home right now. What are you reading at the moment? what am I just went through? So Byron, lane, we had on recently and. and. He wrote the script book those inspired by his time with Carrie. Fisher. And that got me into such a Carrie Fisher hole that I relaxed postcards from the edge I. Read Post postcards from the edge I watched the documentary I I read wishful drinking. I've just been watching. Youtube tribute videos per so her her voice has been like a very comforting you know. Time. A source comfort in a time of stress cheese. What am I trying to say I've also read? Luster by Raven Lonnie, which is kind of a hot book of the moment that was excellent I'm just looking over the bookshelf to see what what else said for I read amount of CASS by. Adding that that was great. And now reading. The lies that bind and I'm forgetting the author's name, but it's it's very like This is incredibly demeaning but I some people are baby described as chick lit. It sorted into like big little lies round, which of course is that's my bread and butter, but I'm sure. It's a book club selection. for the gene club, which is. A. Society that I have joined that our friend. Thank you rene written by Emily Giffen Not Emily Griffin but emily. Giffen. Get Right. Are you reading to Rene? Are you just it's and goodling forest? It's going on start reading it. By. The Way people can join the club now, which is, is a a like a social club here in La June. Diane ridicule founded. was. That is. Most. Mosi for to serve working MOMS but has expanded into this online community and you know they got people from all over the world. Now there's programming all day every day there's meditation there's classes there's like workshops there's. You can do like a sound bath you can. You can see like Nicole buyer come on and do a fun QNA. You know there's there's such a pool variety of stuff and it is primarily women, but it's open to people of all genders. And I've been hearing a lot about the Jane Club, my friend White, just joining his loving it. It's great. It is great. What are you reading? I have a lot of competing books right now. He here's how I got the Sarah. Shade. For Book Grand. She wrote a memoir about hiking through the Grand Canyon. I. Love Her I cannot wait to tear it just arrived. I am reading an advance of jared SEXTON's new book American rural. He is a He's like a a political writer. He's great on twitter. And we've sort of gotten and other You, know we did the DM slide a couple years ago and we've been. We've been online friends He has got a new book coming out in just a few weeks That is really fascinating. His first book The man they wanted me to be is about you know toxic masculinity and his upbringing south in it's great I. Also Have Shuki Bain, which is an Irish well, maybe Scottish actually book that John Butler recommended that is on its way also on.

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"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"You're digging deeper ditch here pal. By the way I just got a text message, the diehard is a Chinese New Year movie. Found that to be as interesting is with me. Apologize. Yeah you got the gold building in the red blood it does it does kind of make sense. All right. Here we go. Let's reveal it. Then we got all of our answers here. I've never been more ridiculed in my any day history of distributor game than Colton Dunn just literally took his belt off into my ass that's how bad that. Like like I got punished for that answer. was. that. He doesn't know it but that's not even close to the dumbest answer you've ever given and. I'm not good at Trivia I'm horrible at Trivia. Eight music. That's all I find know in the world and very specific white SOx trivia. That's it. Got Him never wanted to be whalebone more. Here we go. Here, we're GONNA remember the challenge of reading my son's writing on this. By. The way that I get one answer right and season twenty-six, I don't think I did. Boy Are you keep track Garin I don't know six episode I. Don't think I got one right. Got One though I. Don't think. So might not have one because somebody else. Got It. Right Point. So you had to get something. Nope not necessarily that just means that. The only correct answers count towards the end of the. Oh. So did get something right? Well, very proud of myself. I'm going to say thank you right. Here we go. Here we go. Here's some. Before I give you the answer, I'll give you some other crazy dice facts. Dice can. Be Colors. Dice can have numbers on them. Dice can be different sizes. Some people have dice trays, and they'd have to talk to my son about what are other interesting dice facts I haven't I haven't set of dice that has a musical notes on it. Yeah I, don't know. I think this I think what Oliver wrote down. Here's more obvious trivia than it is anything else. Here's the answer and by the way we. That far off but boy he was looking for specific. Here's the answer Roy. The ankle bones of data model the ankle bones of a dead animal. Okay so they're. Specific. Answer he was looking at that is both more and less specific. than. So so it could be like any dead animal apparently. From what I if if I'm reading into this quickly specifically wail.

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"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Or are you doing? No no that episode would not have made any sense. So yes we got shut down. We had one more week left as as the virus was invading the states and. We probably should shut down a little earlier. But I think everybody was kind of like you know for whatever reason that there was a thought out there that it wasn't going to be as bad as it was I don't know right it was who was pushing that one. So we were you know we still working and about halfway through the second to last week, it became pretty clear that this was not going to be sustainable. and. So we had to leave our final episode that season was going to be a giant like outdoor music festival. Characters had. the characters had had promoted and created for their at the store. So yes, we will. We will not be doing the giant outdoor festival where we're all in a big crowd of people. I can't wait. It's very exciting. By the way to call near point, it's obvious that they're spreading aspect stretching out because holy moly, which is a show I love and Matt I knew you and your family gotten involved with it. It's hysterical. They are now it seems every other week you're getting a new episode they're they're taking off. They're slow rolling. Yeah. I didn't I was I was like, why do they keep taking weeks off but now I probably the convention last week played into it but. And maybe this is probably not on because of the Republican convention but I think they're slow rolling a little bit to. To your point, there's not a lot of shows to show a lot of content. Yeah. All right. Here's your question. All right. Question again, your topic, let's roll dice fax and Colton. Rancher till I ask you specifically. Or directly here we. Go question. The very. The very first pair of dice were made from what material. And then he wrote. He circled and with an exclamation point wrote specific. The very first pair of dice were made from what material specific. If it weren't for that last word I would have had a better answer I think. Yeah. Again my son's handwriting. Some letters are capital summer case summer in third version of it. They don't teach cursive anymore. They don't. They don't everything's typed in back of him to type every each week but. The fact that we both forgot about this until Eleven fifteen today. So right your answers in Garin. I'm GONNA come to you. Now let's check in with Gary Cockrel mentioned Colton Dunn is here we'll get to more information on of Colton as. But. Let's check with Darin Cockerel over there at the never not funny weather desk and see how things are happening up there in van is we know that he's In lockdown because Colton dig this I guarantee roommate was exposed to somebody that had Kovic. So now they have to, they're in lockdown at their own apartment. contact. traced. Forty five. Is He showing any symptoms? Your Mate Garin? No no no. No. He's not no. Do you guy this is just on Friday so I don't know. Yeah of course. So I think contacted by somebody who works for the state or was he contacted through an APP like I have at that'll tell me if I come in contact with someone. Oh no that Eric told him but that's an interesting APP. The name of that APP called it's called citizen you can get. Oh wait. I have citizen. Okay. So through the citizen APP, you can download. It's sort of a companion APP called safe trace. And you just keep that open in the background on your phone. and. If somebody who's tested positive and also use a say safe trace uploads it, you'll find out. If you get close to them. From the Bluetooth and if you have you gotten any alerts on it that you've already so. I don't know maybe that's seven month old I don't know what he's up to. A handful maybe he's going to your sleeping he's.

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"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Hey, welcome back to the program of so twenty seven to one first episode of the New Season Season Twenty seven and fresh guest for never not putting exciting to have him here. I've known Colton a long time. I want to say I met Colton in the Green Room at the. Theater. That sounds about right. Does that sound right to you colon sounds definitely right probably two, thousand, five, thousand, six. Yeah that sounds right. And I. Think it's only appropriate that it took fifteen years ago. That guy's name he went off to Hollywood and do things. And then my family and you don't know this we've been friends that I've been friends lauren ask for a long time. Boards been on this show. Quite a bit, and then we because of Laura we start watching superstar my family loves it. By default we love you very nice. All right I love the show. So great win. So a few a few questions about the program. And this was a serious question. With all stuff that I've been meaning to ask somebody this. was there any because you play gentleman Garrett who's in a wheelchair and is there was there ever any blowback on why didn't they hire an actual handicapped person for that role? Oh, sure. You know there's always that discussion I think when you have characters. Character in a movie or a TV show who has a disability. For Superstore they audition people who used wheelchairs for the part. And you know it's a comedy and as you guys know it the on Somboon has a lot to do with. You know how the how the different actors actually jell together. They thought that the energy that I brought performance work better for the SAMBA And then we had a discussion about. Well. Okay. So if we're going to go with me, do we still want Garrett to use the wheelchair and? We kind of had some discussions about it talk to people with disabilities I talked to a friend of mine who uses a wheelchair and You know we kind of decided that the inclusion of that character was valuable as long as we stay focused on being respectful and not exploitive of it. And that shows. A. Great character and your grade on it and. Yeah that makes sense. Right to the inclusiveness. We wanted to make exactly. We wanted to make sure that that character was represented on this year. Even though I may not necessarily use use a chair Garrett, and there's you know hundreds of thousands of people out there who do work in stores and whose stories don't get home. And I liked it it's It's not the especially when the show starts like I've been binging it in quarantine and so I'm up to like season four now but I like that it's not the focal point of your character. And like old school TV would be like the character will be all about the fact that he's in a wheelchair. Very special episode her. Character. and. So it's just sort of like it's part of the character, but it's not the the headline of the character but then it comes up now and then in fun ways or you know sometimes it's funny sometimes it's like when When Joanna wants to ask you why why you're gonNA wheelchair but he doesn't know how because it's awkward so that I like I liked it, they're the writers are able to have fun with it. And you are representing a part of society is which is Great. That's the goal. All right well. Joining us that's the one question we have. So good to see how. Fifteen years. Thanks. Colin Dunn Guys. We'll be back right after this. Anyway why if you're not watching superstores seriously, it's one of those that admittedly, it took our family a little bit of time to. Not Not to get into got into as soon as we started watching it, we got into it, but it was one of those like. The argument of so much on. TV. When we have time for this and then when we finally had time for it and I think we've been that thing in three weeks we just knocked out everything. Quick Yeah We. We loved it. The whole family loved at me and my my thirteen. He's about to thirteen year old son and my wife we just. Crazy about it. So looking forward to coming back, the Warner Lot ever reopened allows you to do it. We're going back. We're going back to work on. September. Eighth. How are you? Really you have dates yeah Oh. Yeah..

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"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Garin obviously dying of? Is One of the symptoms five o'clock shadow because I. saw. Coming up at about ten fifteen. But. PM. Because of all this. Is the password set your guests Garin because I don't know what the Shit you just said. I really don't I do not understand that I'm not even trying to Shiv you I literally don't know what you mean. Please that I had a five o'clock shadow I was saying, well, it's got to be coming up on ten fifteen because it's a little bit more than all I see. Yes okay. You're. You're shakier than that. You've got kind of a Miami Wam thing going on. It seems like it. All. Right. Well, I think it looks great on Karen as I've said over and over lately I. Don't know what you're doing, but you're looking more and more handsome should be proud and happy. Lashes off. Happy with what you see. We'll do that. Thank you and then covered. So where's your roommate right now guaranteed the room now. The bathroom actually. Doing to their Jerkin. I duNNo. Here. On the phone or something I hear. Ten Notes is that Do they tell you to do that? Stay on the phone? Is that well no because they say the five G. is causes this Kobe right. which was invented in Australia. Oh, boy this whole thing it all comes back and all comes back to the BG's Yup. Our guest is here. Colin Dunn is here is going to be joining US A. Long Time. Glad to finally have him on the program He's been very busy of course with his career and so on and so forth and so. The covert is allowed him join us So we'll take a break. And we'll be back with more right after this. Mad, I got a question for you and it's a question of the ages. Okay. I'm ready to hear it. Why do all pairs of glasses look totally different on the shelf than they do on your face? That is an odd question I have to assume it's because all faces are different. Jimmy you're exactly right. If we all had the.

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"dunn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"dunn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Me Peter Dunn and Damian Dunn no relation vice president advice at your money line and hate money damn here in studio today I am in studio today it's a good to see a or something R. J. let's get to the first question here it is from Lisa subject line buying our first home at fifty eight my husband and I are wanting to purchase a home it will be our first home we are fifty eight years old and are concerned that we are too old more of a hard time getting a mortgage to buy a continuous we've saved thirty five thousand dollars but has stated or wondering if we should buy thanks for your help Lisa if first of all awesome yeah let's go it sounds like they put some thought into this they've done some crap by getting some money save the head of time do you love about this is with age comes wisdom and maturity and and and planning a lot of times it feels like they really put some thought into this and I feel like that generally set someone up for success is long as they're able to check some boxes and so let's just go through no matter what your age is the boxes you should check one thing about purchasing a home in the day and we will of course account for the fact that they are fifty eight years old we like to begin with what your payment is going to be no matter whether you're buying or renting we like we have a target number that works in most parts of the country doesn't work in all parts of the country but it's a it's a good indication of where would you like to see people twenty five percent is it right about the perfect amount for your mortgage slash housing allocation of your budget twenty five percent of take home pay household take home pay look if it goes up to forty because you're in an expensive area or goes up to forty because you choose to buy a bigger house ideally you're getting a fifteen year mortgage if you're gonna creep near forty percent banks encourage you to be forty percent or above so that they can loan you more money and make more money off the interest the game in a perfect world if I got to control your finances I would do it twenty five percent and then ten percent for utilities on top of that for total of thirty five percent what scares us is when people get to fifty or sixty percent between their house payment utilities yeah there's not a lot left over for just daily life let alone emergencies that may pop up not only male lifestyle type of emergencies or medical emergencies but stuff happens.

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"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

15:21 min | 2 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Thanks so much and finally after delving into the past I looked toward the future with my comedy and business partner Allison Raskin Allison and I have worked together since two thousand fourteen gene on so many projects a youtube channel multiple T._v. shows two books our own podcast though we each have our own projects allison has been up-close with my career and has seen a lot of my financial highs and lows firsthand and she's also seen me go from about to quit our channel because I couldn't afford to keep producing content for it it to figuring out what to do with the money I've made over the years as the trajectory towards my financial future has become more clear and stable. I asked Allison what she felt. The future your healthy for me so when I started the show how would you describe my relationship to money. Not Good Okay Poor. Okay uneducated educated one out of ten one OUTTA ten yeah to up to ten well. I think because you weren't like a gambler yet yeah when I mean you weren't you weren't like like going crazy with credit card debt or whatever so I'd say three out of ten I think I think it's still causes you almost the same amount of stress I don't. I don't know if you've necessarily figured out how to mitigate that. I know <hes> but I think you're being more responsible about it and yeah I mean for me now. It's just like how to so. How do you not still freak out. Just because we're opening an escort yeah yeah that is an interesting part of it the idea that even though the money situation has gotten better. I'm still panicked constantly. Yeah how quickly you adjust to your new situation like panicking. When I had fifty dollars in my bank account versus like now we have a corporation and I'm trying to figure out how to like do taxes for that and whatever and it's the same level of stress as like when I had no money but I also think that that's just like <hes> a part of your personality you know like you haven't totally figured out how to like how to become yeah and like I think that you almost feed on stress in a lot of ways yeah. I mean I also try to keep perspective of like take. This is all you're worried about. Taxes like this is a good problem or like you're worried about you know finding a new accountant like you can pay an accountant. This is a good problem trying to do that yeah. Maybe I don't hear that. I don't hear that part. No I in my head mostly. Okay good as long as you're doing it. Yeah I mean and I think like also a big thing. That's changed his. We're talking to my parents about like boundaries with my family and like how do you think like financially. I it's just allow me to set boundaries with them more or like absolutely I think you've much better at setting boundaries not just related to money but just in general with your family yeah <hes>. I think you know I mean. I think that their financial situation still causes you stress which makes complete sense to me <hes> <hes> but I also so. I'm just like I can't. I can't control what you do and me freaking out about it is like I'm not in charge of you so when we first had you on the show we talked about about my class. Anxiety feelings of do you think is still kind of have that. Do you think there is like stuff. where I I feel like okay? I'm I'm catching coming up. I'm less than or I don't know these things that other people have or I don't know I feel like more aware of Oh. This isn't a me problem. This is like a society problem. Maybe yeah I think now like you. You kind of <hes> claim like the term white trash like pride. You know like I think hat like you still see yourself differently and see the way you grew up differently but like there's maybe not shame attached to it any more and more just like. Isn't this funny at. This is how I grew up like. I'm like yeah well this is this is my background at pride to it. which I think is a better approach for sure yeah. That's true rather than being like embarrassed embarrassed. Yeah <hes> has our relationship changed over the last four years of me figuring out money stuff yeah. I I think so <hes> <hes> yes I mean. I think that there's like I'm there's no more like lending or covering now and you that <hes> and I make sure sure whenever people are like. How did you guys do the channel the meaning I'm like Alison paid for everything kidding me. I would have never been able to keep the channel going well. I didn't pay for everything but you know I think that now it's like the much more even and even with you picking up some stuff and like you're the one who's paid like people who do consulting on the books and you know it's very much more even now and I'm not worried about hugh anymore. Oh that's wonderful that I yeah I pay for our mail trip account I know can you believe like it is like yeah. I mean I think like in the beginning. There was a lot of stuff that I like really couldn't cover yeah so fellas. It was fine because you know it's it was investments into our future. Oh I like looking at it. Like what would what do you think would happen if I got like super rich. Would that be a good thing. Not Oh God not for Your Lips. Oh Yeah I would do so much plastic surgery on my face yeah but I don't know why is great face thank you. I've been told by many people not to do it. Don't do it. I think that I would be curious to see see where the money would go and what you would spend the money on and what what you want. I think you would probably donate a lot of it yeah <hes> I think he would save a lot of it <hes>. I don't think you know whereas maybe a few years ago. It would've been like now. It would be handled with much. You know more rationale. The responsibility yeah and part of that is is the podcast in part of that is also being medicated is a huge part of it well. I mean I think that so much of the change between us then and you now is just that you now on mets. I know like you know like your but being able to afford that yeah now now. Oh my whole thing is like I feel like I'm spending a lot of money looking into like fixing trauma like I'm trying like I have the therapist and the psychiatrist and I'm like I need to go to a trauma specialist. I need to the go-to like a physical therapy for my body. clenching and trauma like I feel like now I have my goodness. I feel like if I got really rich. I would be spending all this money on like healing and crystals. That's great. I mean what better way to spend it mayor not on crystal. No okay no Chris you know I mean you got like that's the whole thing right if if you're still of a bundled mess of nerves and anxiety and trauma like who cares if you have a really nice car that's true. You can't enjoy any of life's luxuries. If you don't take care of yourself so I yeah and that's the biggest thing about having some money is just doing that and paying for a psychiatrist and paying for medication that I would go off of all the time being like I can't afford Zoloft this week. Blah Blah Blah right <hes> but I I also I think a lot of our conversations to like I was interested in when we were talking about the like like accountant that we had and then I went to a different accountant and like the I felt like good that I could like have a conversation with you where I was talking about our corporation and I was like holding my own and I like had information and like I don't know anything about this stuff. I know but I was like Oh my God look at me explaining like I felt like Oh my God i like that I can you can answer like quarterly taxes and what does that mean and what are we doing in like that. I had information totally. I had inflation you about stuff now. That's crazy crazy. I Still Need Your Dad's help but while we all still need my help your dad did answer retirement questions for me because I didn't trust who I was talking to yeah but honestly sometimes. He doesn't know the answer to stuff. I think that that's part of growing up is realizing that like you assume everyone else knows everything and you're just a moron but nobody nobody knows all of it and very few no most of it yeah which is scary. What do you see like. What do you think the future is. Or what do you think I should do. You were what do you think. Where do you think I'm like headed like. If I get paid for stuff God hoping that I get paid for stuff ever I mean I think that you know the next big thing would probably be to to buy a house I mean I think he's a really good investment and seems so far away yes. It seems for me at least impossible but you know but I mean if you're looking long term future. I don't know what the step would be before that like. I don't know what the big investment is is before that potentially having a savings account. That's solely for that purpose do you have are you investing and stuff yeah. I have have I mean my my sap in like I have like other little investment things but I need to. I need to do like separate investments <hes> like just investments yeah and then there's like still. I mean I would love to pay off my student loans. I would love to pay off the twelve K of student loans there. That's that's a that's. It's your go. That's a goal and then would you be debt free. Yeah so let's that's the main Golan yeah and then I was doable like within the next year or two I could do it yeah and and when you pay it off. They mail you a letter that you could put on your fridge. That says congrats well. I can't think of a better incentives than that to give to spend two thousand two thousand dollars for a note on your at. It says congrats you did it. Why haven't you done that yet. I I keep every time it comes up. I paid off a lot of them. <hes> now this this is the last one left and every time it comes up. I'm like but maybe I should wait why. I don't know I think pay it. Okay leave right now. Go pay go bay the goal. That's a great attainable goal. I know yeah you're right well. Thanks for coming on the show no problem. Thanks for having <music> so there you have it. I have a goal pay off the last twelve K of student loans. I have so I can.

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"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"And now back to the show next up. We're going WANNA get closer to home and talk to my little sister. Cheyenne longtime listeners will remember my sister Cheyenne from season one where she unabashedly declared that she didn't stress about spending money who is she shi'as grownup immensely since two thousand sixteen she now often watches my dog and how sits for me. She is increasingly mature and responsible in a way I never could have predicted when she was a popular high school girl and then a Florida state party aficionado there are shades of the Cheyenne you heard three years ago but she's grown up so so much and she's watched my relationship with money and our parents relationship with money transformed to I think you've changed a lot but I think thank you still have breakdowns about money that are unnecessary but that's just I think your personality in a sense which there was a fun one where you came over to do laundry and I was crying in my room about money and I was like I just need to cry in here and you're like okay so I just closed the door and cried in my room and you watch T._v.. In the living room you came home while I was doing the lawn. Oh yeah I I said I can and leave if you want and you're like it's fine. I'm just GONNA cry my room and I was like okay. I'll be out here if you need me and that was it and that was just went in your room and cry and I was like okay yeah and you were like <music>. What's it about and I was like it's about money good night? Close the door but yeah but I think that you have better tactics. Essentially he liked to get through like to have money but you sometimes just think okay I had to put all my money here right now and then you have no spending money <hes> and then you freak out because you have no spending money but you have money you just I feel like I don't know what your everyone's telling you you need to put here. You need to put it here. You need to put it here but you also need a to have be able to live <hes> so I feel like that's the only thing that I would be like okay. Focus on you know keeping some money for you to spend and but other than that I said I think you've done much better with money. You're not as cheap. You're not like I can't do this. You know you moved from one house to the other because it was less expense but that wanted to move to a less expensive place right because you didn't need it so things like that. I feel like you've learned a lot. Yeah I mean so has our relationship relationship changed since like. I've sort of been making more money. I think that yes and no no because I'm not like ever asking you for money but there are things that like when I moved to you paid me because you could yeah and I didn't ask you for money but you were like I wanna give you this money and so obviously I appreciate that take all the money. You were extremely helpful yeah but I'm saying that I think that's changed a little bit but I don't think it's changed like our relationship or things like that. I would still do these things for you if you you didn't pay me but obviously I will take money when it is given to me <hes> and what about like your journey like how has money changed for you since since two thousand sixteen <hes> well I lost my job so yeah that was rough and was I was had a little bit saved but not nearly early as much as I needed and it wasn't until I duNno. What was it November December? Last year I finally found for unemployment <hes> and that really changed everything for me because you know I wasn't asking mom and dad for money like that felt really terrible as as a twenty six twenty seven year old girl woman being like hey I lost my job. Can you guys pay my rent like this. I don't WanNa be acts like ridiculous to me. Obviously the I mean that's the situation for a lot of right but but I had been independent for awhile <hes> so the unemployment helped and then it's good because I think people feel shame about applying for unemployment when there shouldn't be I don't I mean if you are fired from a job when you can't find another job I spent six months looking for a job. I never thought it would end up being I was filing for unemployment but then I did and I felt so much better because I was looking for jobs that I wanted to be doing yeah. I wasn't like a hive to go back to the restaurant industry after go back to like no I have money and also look for writing jobs. which is what I wanted to be doing yeah so like am I better with this stuff now than I was when I started like Arthur things that I'm I'm doing that are very different? Now I mean you you will spend when you want to spend now. That's the difference I think before. If you wanted to buy something you'd be like Nope I gotta go get the really cheap version of whatever that was even we went to the to the shoe store with our brother and his wife Sister sister-in-law sister-in-law okay and you bought shoes and then you said will you just help me move and do all these things. Do you want us and you bought me shoes yeah and like I didn't I was like Oh. I don't know if you want. I'm not going to say no you know in the past. I would've never but you wouldn't even gone in that store yeah yeah so. I think that's changes. You're more comfortable with okay. If I spend a little bit right now that's not gonNa kill me yeah and I think even a year two years ago. You would not have done that well because I think I have a better idea of where my money is where like where learned yes three years while everyone else has learned listening to you also been learning. These are all new things to you as well yeah okay so you know that things have changed Schwerin like the power has shifted because I'm able to get us a airbnb instead of staying at the House. They hated that so can we talk about like them really being pissed off. When I can do what I want because I have money I okay I am indifferent on this because yes they were upset that we got the AIRBNB? I think they were more upset because we didn't really tell them but all I know deep down. They were upset because we weren't saying with them. Obviously what happened was for Thanksgiving. The houses crowded Shannon. I didn't want to stay in the house. We wanted to get an AIRBNB by the beach. I could afford it so I paid for us to get at Airbnb by at the beach and my parents were very upset flipped out flipped out. I think that they just don't like the idea that we can be like. We are want to hang out. We're GONNA go go do our own thing you know that that troubles them because they think were pulling away but for us. It's just like no we're just adults and we need our fucking space. Just don't need like fucking cat jumping me at like three in the morning or like aw okay. You don't like I love the cat no but yeah. I just think that they don't like thank. You can be like hey. I'm GonNa Take Cheyenne and we're GONNA go do this thing because they can't say no. It was a lot it was a huge fight and I was right in the middle of the to <unk> all of you guys so that really fun. It was a huge fight I mean I think that there's a loss of control where they can't tell us what to do anymore. Guess Yeah that makes sense because they can't tell me what to do because if I if I don't want I'm thirty one. If I don't want a book the ticket I won't book the ticket you know and I and I have I've talked about this a bit where it seems cruel but when they were upset one time where I came home and I stayed in a hotel and they were upset and I said well I will be in Florida from this day to this day day. If you WANNA see me. I'd be happy to see you. If you're too upset that I'm staying in a hotel I will have a lovely vacation and they lost it well. That's Kinda similar more to when I would go to trade shows in Miami and I and then I'm flying back like this day. Let's get like a dinner before I leave whatever they don't you stay longer. I'm like well. I have a job like I need to go home and like have my job so working in a restaurant at this time. I need to go home and do my job. You and I negotiate Thanksgiving where Dad's like so two weeks. You'll stay stay two weeks and we're like purposely. Burger show like four days before just I mean we didn't purposely but it happened. We both just show that we're going to see in L._A.. So that we have to go on Thanksgiving the day before yeah but like yeah I think like US making our own decisions rather than because when we didn't have money dad would buy the tickets home and you'll be like Gotcha. You're saying eight days right. You know what I mean and like now that we can just book stuff ourselves and now that like I can decide where where I wanna stay or I can decide if I wanna go or not. They they seem really shaken up by that he I think that they and I also think that they are worried that you are brainwashing me in a sense yes and that I've been I'm telling you things like no is a complete sentence and that we should have boundaries yeah and I obviously agree with you and understand it but I think that they are worried that that year like literally poisoning me against them and I'm like no. I still talk to them pretty often. I I'm more than you do and I'm like no guys I understand with Gabby saying and for certain things yes. There are boundaries there. Are you know I can say no to things but I'm still I still want to talk to. You guys like I'm not I'm not gonNA ditch. You be like peace out. Suckers like yeah ah they here's the thing here's the real thing I think that over the course of from two thousand sixteen to now the family narrative has become Gaby's bitch. Thank you for taking that Title I know how does that happen. 'cause it used to be you got money. I was just a bitch yeah but now I think that there's become this air in the family of because I have money now in do what I can make my own choices that they're like that I get the sense that they're like. Gabby is a bitch. I think it's more like no one is used to you being able to do that so it's like everyone has to get used to it and that's why it's coming off a strange because you've never had that power to be like no. I don't want to like you know you've never been able to have the money to be like no. I'm doing this so I said no or did what I wanted for like. I would say twenty eight years yeah. I know so I'm saying that's something everyone is getting used to now. When I was twenty five guys I was twenty five before I had my own bank account and I didn't realize that was weird until an ex-boyfriend pointed out to me and when I got my own bank.

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"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Sam's Sam's name might sound familiar from the credits of the first three seasons of bad with money. He was my trusty producer and more than that the show was his as much as it was mine through making bad with money together. We became close friends. Sadly Sam moved on to work on his own exciting projects including a podcast called family ghosts and he wasn't around for season isn't four but I would be remiss if I didn't include him. In this retrospective. I was really really excited when you said that you had been wanting to do a show about creatives and money A. and millennials and money because I actually had a pretty personal relationship with that myself actually. I don't know if I've told you this before but I when we started talking with something like seventeen nineteen thousand dollars in credit card debt myself that yeah it was a bad time so I think it just. It clicked really strongly with me when you said D- that talking about money from an emotional standpoint rather than a practical one was interesting to you. I just had this visceral. Yes response to that so can you talk a little little bit about how I went from just asking questions to like essentially a socialist and I think we're you on that journey as well. Oh Yeah I mean I know that as we were having those initial conversations. I don't think we quite realized like the plate shift. That was brewing. Neither of US thought trump was actually going to win that election <music> so I'd I guess we probably can't discount that in terms of what ended up changing with the show but I remember the the really really big change happening earning right around the time that I think we interviewed Jane Mayer about dark money. I just remember getting this flurry of text messages from you after we confirmed her for the show and you read the book and the text messages were like what the fuck is this book. I cannot deal with this. This is completely. We changing my outlook on everything. I feel like I'm just GonNa Scream at her affectionately for the entire interview or something like that <hes> and then I remember her in the interview saying I can't remember if we left this in the editor not but I remember her and I hope she'd be okay with me revealing this sorry if not Jane of your work that she said this is one of my favorite interviews I've ever ever done about this book because you you were so aghast at the things that she revealed in the book and I remember feeling like that was a a big reorientation of focus in terms of the guests and the the way that we put questions to people was to say this isn't just that Gabby kind of doesn't get it and has these big questions. It's that these fundamental structural issues are real and can can seem and maybe are completely inescapable and it is more than fair to acknowledge that and have that be the framework that we put around a show like this which is notionally nationally about being a little fun about it in a little light about it. I thought it was really awesome. The way you were willing to stick to your guns and continue to pursue do the reframing of the conversations the more awareness you got about about these structural issues. Yes I feel like I started with just asking basic questions and then as soon soon as I learned more like the more I learned like it really shows the value of education because the more I learned the more I was like furious and then and then I was was like we gotta do something about this. I was always liberal but it really changed my politics to like way more socialist totally well. I feel like something <music>. I remember being a pushback that we would get from listeners. Sometimes was why wish the show just gave more practical advice and I just remember after the dark money inflection point. I just remember this feeling of incredulity basically because we're so comfortable role in other financial conversations in culture acknowledging the fact that businesses are trying to make profits and everything they do is designed to extract as much money from from you as possible but for some reason when we acknowledge that banks and financial organizations are also for profit institutions and are probably engaging in the same bottom line oriented behavior that might not have consumers best interest at heart. That's somehow blasphemous and I'm really glad that that's a a fight. We were willing to continue to have yeah. I don't care about those people like this. Is the show for you know what I mean. I don't read comments. I've never read the reviews of bad with money. I don't give a shit like I like you on advice. There's tons of shows like that. This is the show for for everybody else and I really. I really admire that that especially because <hes> you know it's interesting like you know. I'm a queer lady. A new a new I mean I would always say it was your show as much as it was mine nine and you're like a straight white dude <hes> but like we you were like yeah no this is. This is a show where we're going to center different voices. <hes> and you didn't blink when I was like I was like we're gonNA. We're not talking to straight white men anymore and you're like yeah okay so okay. So how what what would you rate me now. Like how am I doing. How am I doing well. I mean it's interesting to me now to observe your career as a fan from afar and to see the podcast podcast is still going still doing well. You turn it into a book. The book from what I gather seems to be selling really well. I see oh you promoting other books that you've written your graphic novel and the sequel to the book you wrote with Allison. I know you're also doing just between us as a podcast now <hes> and I had this realization actually just before we started recording. I am probably looking at your career now and making a lot of assumptions and I wonder if my assumptions are correct so I guess to answer your question directly because I see gabby doing the really exciting creative work. I assume there's a direct relationship between that and her financial wellbeing and I realized I have no idea if that's true because I'm no longer producing podcast with you. We have awkward conversations about it. Yeah there was for the listener a severe lack of boundaries between him and I would just send a flirty flurry of text messages at three in the morning with random ideas very kindly was like okay mm-hmm so I it still it still doesn't match up like the An. I don't mean to disparage any place that but I I'm working for but like the events for the graphic novel was <hes> not large at all <hes> way whatever you're thinking it was less than that <hes> <unk> but I wanted to do it and then <hes> you know there's a lot of stuff that needs to be paid off still in my life so I I do still sort sort of break even like the income that I make is not like oh she gets to keep all of it and also it was interesting because there was this article that came out about how my advance for the bad with money book was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars which yes but I then paid a publicist publicist a fact checker my lawyers my managers my agent then the money is split up so you get some some of it right when you start when you do the deal then a year later. I turned the book in an I got the next part of it and then a year your later when the book came out I got the next part of it and then when it comes out in like another reprint I'll get a little bit more money and then so on and so on so like that money gets gets doled out over years right so what I end up with is essentially like a pretty fine yearly salary. You know what you mean like. It's not like they've deposited one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in my account all at once which I think is what people think so. I basically am like if you work a job in your your salary is fifty thousand dollars a year. That's what mine is from this book. You know what I mean. I'm not like so like you see that and you're like. WHOA but I'm also like I'm not rich because of it. <hes> you know yeah. I mean just the bad with money book alone and I'm sure that's true in other forms with all the other projects. You're working on just such a good illustration of the fact that when people like your work they wanna feel like you're doing well because they wanna feel like people whose work they love who are at least visually according to their perception having success. They WanNa feel like that's enough because in a way it's sort of validates their taste. At least that's how I feel. I should say that personally. That's that's how I feel. It makes me feel like well. I I love this person's person's work and I see them having what I presume great success and so that in some way you know I get some of that shine on me in a weird way. I Yeah I mean I'm doing. I don't WanNa like me. Six years ago would be stoked for me now when I had like fifty dollars in my bank account and no retirement and like you know what I mean so like I it's interesting how quickly you adjust to your new life and then be you know and then be like well but I'm not <hes> I mean I'm I'm doing I would say I'm doing fine while something else that makes me think about in terms of that that fandom component and and what people maybe are thinking being. I think a big takeaway for me. Even in this conversation is to keep in mind the fact that when someone you love is doing amazing using things and it seems to you like they're doing more and more stuff because they're unsatisfied creatively because they want more money. It's not that it at all it's that they are pushing themselves to keep doing this kind of work and to do it really really well and thoughtfully and completely despite the fact that actually when you carve it all up they may not even be making that much money at the end of the day is actually a testament to the thing you really. I love about them rather than rather than them selling out or something like that you know what I mean yeah and also I think like cash up your favorite creator under five dollars but I mean like you know join their patriotic pay for their merge. If you really want to keep them going because like when people are like. Oh Ads ads I'm like okay. Sorry about the ad you want me to stop doing the show. I'll stop doing the show then like which is very defensive in petty but my last question is do you remember the immigration episode with Stephanie Beatrice. It was came out the day of the election and we recorded that intro now tro the night before and I was like well by the time you hear this. Hillary Clinton will be president and then the episode came out I do to do so. Can I tell you my end of that was so at the time was working at panoply which worked in the same office as slate and slate had planned this giant bash that night at the Bell House which is a big comedy venue you in Brooklyn Dr Williams was going to play and it was going to be this incredibly raucous celebration. I was furiously sitting in the office editing the episode so together and people were texting me. Pictures of Dr Williams playing and people were crying with joy at that point with joy because we had not the worm had not yet turned and I remember finally finishing the episode and getting a cab and rushing over to the bell house and I wasn't looking at my phone for. For whatever reason and I remember walking in and there were like fifteen people left and they were all sitting on the concrete floor and they had a live stream of the C._N._n.. Coverage on this big projection and you know the the the realization of inevitable doom was starting to settle title in and I remember standing there and thinking we are about this episode in this alternate future and the episode was about immigration. Yes and I don't even think at that point. We knew how often we did. We Oh my God. It's literally the it's like it's about immigration in and we're like don't worry guys. Hillary Clinton will be president like that. Episode is accursed episode anyway. There are so many episodes from the first season that I just hear them so differently now in light of what happened yeah we were hopeful. Yeah Yeah and that's another thing honestly that makes makes me feel really proud of the pivot that the show made because the moment dictated it. You can't really have a practical show about finances when we're living in the most impractical unreasonable illogical times we've ever been alive for and it's important aspect questions and I'm. I'm proud that the show has continued to do that..

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"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"First aired on August twenty fourth two thousand sixteen that's three whole years ago so much has changed since then so as we wrap up season four. I'm feeling very reflective and maybe exhausted but shockingly not defeated. 2016 feels like a lifetime ago for all of us. I'm sure both globally and politically and also personally I've gone through multiple relationships. I've moved twice. I have a dog. I have a retirement account. I turned thirty then I turned thirty one. Jesus US and plenty of you have asked rightfully as the seasons have gone on where I'm at with my personal finance journey. I definitely shared more of that. Explicitly during season one and slowly as the show got more broadly focused. I looked outward more so where am I now well. I started out knowing nothing nothing drowning in debt and full of shame fun over the past four seasons of bad with money. I've learned not just about money but about access injustice and about myself since the very first episode I've read many finance book.

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"dunn" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bobbycast

"Man? Oh, man. That song still I've heard this long ten thousand times, and I hear it again. And I don't I don't know if it's REBA being in a to the pushes me over the edge. But are you kidding me? Then she's things it back after our dad. I getting. Are you getting? There were a lot of red heads that had had a part in that tournament bride has has written daughter. I have to go through the red heads, and then REBA REBA factor in there as well that song and they're all into horses that song guys. I'm telling you. I don't know about said this shit. You guys are awesome. Have I told you guys that so far just making? Sure. All right. Four seven tell them. They're awesome. Listen, April, fifth the reboot record comes out there to songs out today. Luke combs with brand new man. Cain Brown with believe Brooks and Dunn here let me say this too because we have a lot of listeners on our Vegas station REBA Brooks and Dunn together in the Vegas Coliseum Caesar's palace. And so the twenty nineteen days on sale now or June twenty six twenty eighth and twenty ninth and July third fifth and sixth. So hope people go check it out. I'm going to go. You know, what I don't ever got anything. Right because I'm busy. I'm Wacoal, right everywhere. Well, you are I'm not that cool. But I am everyone. I'm trying to be I'm working on. I'm working hard, man. I was talking about dancing was like, dude. I just got off that show. And I saw you guys. And I was like, I'm tired. What everybody says hard house tired? I'm gonna come on watch one of these shows. We'll come on. Can you give us a tickets? We had some people don't like this on the. You show up your. Brooks and Dunn and yeah, check out. I'm excited about the record. I'm excited to see you guys appreciative of both of you guys like individually because until you guys together ever, but I appreciate you guys being called me. And yeah, thanks guys. Cool, man. Shit it one more time. Oh, you guys are awesome. Just want you guys. To know. You're a big part of my growing up and love and country music and small town in Arkansas that's getting smaller as telling you. Yeah. For me, man. I retired now. Like this. There's only a few people he out on. It was probably the Garth Brooks reading. Coming up with this is my childhood right here, doesn't what bucks. What did you grow up and talk on mount pine, which is seven hundred people outside of hot springs. But you know, as I do you go up in a small town in Arkansas. Oklahoma you go everywhere. So you know, you mentioned Eldorado, I know it. Well, we play ball down there. Yeah. So all right. I'm gonna let you guys go you've been here. A long time. I'd like to a couple more hours, but we can't run trying to walk out the door right now. So I'm not all right. I'm going to get out of your way. I'll feel like. Brooklyn. Good to see you guys. Thank you guys. Bobby show.

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"dunn" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bobbycast

"My name is Danny Shapiro. The host family secrets three years ago. I took a DNA test and this test meant to be a fun exploration of my family history turned up a massive family secret. I wasn't who I thought I was join me, and my guests in the journey of family secrets listen to family secrets on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or ever you get your podcasts. And if you want to read about my family secret, my new memoir. Inheritance is available. Wherever books are sold. Welcome to episode one fifty nine of the body casts Brooks and Dunn saw buyers show, and we talked to them actually a lot more than was on the radio show because we recorded much of the countdown we've recorded during the commercials, and so it's actually like over a twenty minute interview. So I wanted you guys to hear the full Brooks and Dunn. I love these guys and I gave a little bit. But it was so cool to learn a lot of this stuff. So. Yeah Brooks and Dunn episode one fifty nine check out our other podcasts four things with Amy Brown. Her husband should be on this week's episode of this week or go back and check out the episode there if you're into sports the sore losers with much box Eddie end Ray talking about sports every day and the velvets edge with Kelly Henderson. It's a lifestyle podcast or women talking about fashion and beauty. So check all those out of you can subscribe. Hear this right now going, right? A good note over on the on the patriot and write notes people. Don't right. Good note. That's not very nice here. It is the full conversation with Brooks and Dunn in its entirety. Unedited? Enjoy episode one fifty nine Friday morning conversation with bricks and done. They're not even an area. That's kind of cool to hear the Brooks. And Dunn about being a studio. I know. Hung out with. Fix. I told you that embarrassing story. What did you say? Stop there. Surprise party is not. Come on. We definitely will. But come on. You gotta have a c- come on friends. You work every day with as many people around his nervous. We need a big staff. We're not very good. I'm not very good alone. So I got to have maybe better. Is it cool for me less at I know that we've met I know that when we see each other last at the Kennedy Center. Our nation's capital it in so, but this has never been on my show. And that sounds pretty cool for me from beyond recall for off Brooklyn Donner here kicks you, and I met I don't know if you remember. But the first and second Tom played the opera you were playing and I wanted to your room. And you're very nice to me that was you. That was me. I think the first time we met actually was was at when the in Norman, Oklahoma. Oh, that's right for the tornado. Yeah. We both did a benefit together out there. And that's right. I had to get over there. Quick and your manager with nice enough to go. Hey, get on the plane, and then you and I flew back together. Yeah. But I want to say that because I don't know if you want to know, how rich you are shut up my plans. Plans this plane was that anyway, we know I just got on. And nobody said anything that metoo. Luckily, it was going back to national report of that. Paola trial. Jet ride, and Ronnie Dunn come on Ronnie, okay? Come on. Are you kidding me? I shut up. Have you seen you? I must say nothing door. We've all been dislike I used to get on the radio and beg you guys to come in. And you got. This. Okay. She kicks call your radio station would be like aching kicks come over. And they'll be like. No. And I was like I don't care what somebody told me anything what's up with this project because I know about it. It's out there. Couple songs out today. How do you feel when someone does like a celebrate Tori project toward you Ronnie like they made these songs the two that are out today. Luke combs brand new man caned Brown does believe like how does that feel when someone celebrates you and make your music? Well, it just kind of old, you know. And that's Monte Rosa said I get over that. And go dang how cool it's it's super coup and started to in the studio with these guys, you know, and and get to do it in real time. No in today's digital age. Everybody's like cars are going on cross town. This dramas are over here. Singers are over here ones over here. Well, got in the same room. And did it I'm gonna hear this. There's some headphones if you want, but I'm gonna play a little bit of brand new man from Luke combs, you can check this out right here. You guys are in the room whenever that's happening. Like, you guys are making that with him and put us THEO pretty whole school in the room with next to one another face to face that is old school, and you know, look actually had posted ham and a couple of his band guys acoustically plan brand new man, and and it got sent around to us. And you know, we just said that's cool. You know as crate, and it's kinda how this guy going. It really wasn't our idea. Couple of different Casey must graves doing neon moon in her show, and whatever and our manager said, and this these seemed to dig y'all's music in there may be a project here and know several like, and I guess he came back about a month later and said, hey, I got a big list, and then everybody seems to be in. So we'll shoot a single again. Here's Kane Brown doing believe. There was anybody. Desert ticket to the other side. Dance lead on. Me any. Come

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"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

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"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"dunn" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

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