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"ed bitch" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on The Read

"Line Girls. You can go to this the read on Instagram for further information on that but yet here we are In unseen days unprecedented. It is what they keep using that word brand new light now The rhone is buck wild. I don't know flavor of love and we are just doing the best that we can out. Here it's interesting Being like a hypochondriac and someone who deals where constant anxiety correct it's like a bittersweet moment from eight. Bitter is the obvious paranoia. Getting real right. The sweet is. I've been prepared for these kinds of day for all of my life. I Ki- hand sanitizer. Have every disinfecting. I have signed saw and fabulous masks all this. I have him MEESE next tylenol advil. I don't like the heat have much more than like a soup if I ever get the gray or like a cold or flu. All of my favorite Campbell's mostly the chunk here the home sagas that regular red and white salt into the eat this shit you know but I prefer like a beef vegetable or chicken with Rice moment. Ain't lots of that stocked. Up links stays with food. And then cases turns into the walking dead I do have an actual sword and throwing knives. Just have inequality tunnel yes. It is actually in Japanese steel though. I'm just ready for whatever out here doing the best I can. I feel like I have done the country Version of that all of my day Austin all that shit like I'm stocked up on every medication cleaning product you could ever possibly need a the. Nice says mess that protects against Corona virus last fucking year before anybody was thinking about corona virus and I can do. Very basic shit can go fishing. Gut and scaled at fish. Deboned ED BITCH FRIED UP AND SIRA Finance Kim. Baked bread and make clothes I console shirts and t shirts and skirts and that sort of thing so I feel like I'm ready to watch the whole country and really the world shut down. Like is fucking crazy insane. All these kids your parents how the fuck. I know the parents right now. They in the bathroom with a towel under the door..

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"ed bitch" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

11:55 min | 6 months ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on Conversations

"This is a story of terrible things that are happening in the community. Where you live was how to write the story? Yeah it it was really hard. My editor said your job is to impose hope an order on the sad and chaotic story and I happen to be from. I'm a family that has addiction issues. Going back four generations that I know of probably more than that alcohol alcohol yes and there were times when I thought Oh oh I just. I can't finish this. It's so dark I mean at some of the people I would I was following or texting. Pick them up from drug houses at night. You know so there. Are these like ethical journalism questions coming up all the time. I got close to some families. Maybe too close Some people would say but it was just a lot of pain to witness over over and over again and yet the pain I felt was nothing compared to what all these families have gone through. We lost seventy two thousand people your before last two drug overdose about sixty thousand of them opioid related every one of them a tragedy not just them but the relatives and their friends just Henry woman you befriended who become addicted to up your headed. She become addicted yet. It's kind of a classic case of this drug spares no one so tests dad is is a prominent in town. Her mom a hospital nurse loving family divorced when she was ten lives in the very nicest neighborhood in the city of roanoke with the view of the Blue Ridge mountains from the porch and she became. She was doing some experimenting in College. And and she became addicted to opioids. She was initially given some leftover pills. Oxycontin from a friend who had wisdom teeth surgery and only I took a few gave him the rest and I said would you think of him. Not that big a deal. I was more into drinking then but then she went to an urgent care center. which do you have urgent care centers? Here like or doc in the box little like in strip malls That you go to on the weekend if you're injured or after hours. And she went to an urgent care center. For simple case. Bronchitis this is in two thousand twelve and and she left with two thirty day. Prescriptions for opioids one was a cough syrup with codeine and the other was for sore throat. Pain fruit for for bronchitis for Bronchitis Linus and at the end of the thirty day. She started feeling like you were feeling when your pills run out and I said well how did you know you were dope sick. She said I put my symptoms is into Google and I said Holy Crap. I'm probably addicted at the time she had dropped out of college was working in a very high end restaurant and she told me she's started getting pills. Goals from a coworker of hers was dating drug dealer and that if she concentrated very hard and she wore shirts with long sleeves she could hide her addiction. She could still remember orders offers if she concentrated without writing them down at the restaurant but When the pills got hard to get around two thousand thirteen fourteen her her dealer immediately saw couldn't get the pills instead? But guess what I can bring in all day long and it's a lot cheaper and it was course heroin she starts out snorting it just as she had done with the pills and after a while. It's so much stronger than the pills. Where even that she needed to shoot it up in order to keep the sickness and Bay and She said after three shots she wrote this journal. At the time I was in love with that feeling what became of him so I met her shortly Lee. After she had given birth she had been arrested for stealing at A. Lowes a hardware store hardware store chain and she whereupon that night in jail. Jailer showed up a Little Cup of tylenol with Codeine and the CONAN was to keep her fetus from going into withdraw because she was five months pregnant and she was so skinny. She didn't notice that she had Mr periods. She was five months pregnant. Didn't even know it and I met her. Shortly after she gave birth. I mean she had gone into treatment right up to the time that she gave birth mom when she got out the hospital there was no system in place to keep her treatment going. And that's the thing that's the message of the book. I hope people take with that. We know what works we know. The treatment works WCHS and when she loses access to retreatment over and over in her story she ultimately gets sent out to a Rehab Center in Las Vegas Nevada of all places Sin Cincinnati and when she bombs out of Rehab there because she isn't getting the right kind of treatment She goes to what she knows how to do which is to live homeless and by this time. I'm she's prostituting on the streets and she's caught up in criminal gangs and prostitution gangs and another homeless addicted. Person found her at the bottom of a dumpster. She had been murdered on Christmas. Eve of two thousand seventeen and He was forging for cans any found her body. Her murder remains unsolved to weatherman. Who at other diced in your hometown to really beloved with them this well how would they using heroin? At the time John They were using it at parties and they were But were they. It was called there. were injecting it under the skin not an vein and it was kind of the step before people inject in vain for what it was called but they could still get away with it if they wore long sleeves and they did a good job at work would putting it under the skin rather than in the vendor why they thought it was a way to a lesser way to do it. Slow release slow release not as not as impactful right and they thought it would help them not get addicted but of course it caught up with them the One of them overdosed at a party and made the news. Because I live in a community small community a midsize city of about a quarter of a million and the weather man or the the famous people in town right so it made the news was clearly distressing distressing for them They've both gone on to They've moved they're not in those positions anymore. But that's sort of put the community on on notice like what the kind of handsome people with good jobs. White people are doing drugs and then we didn't really write about it as a newspaper for for several years. I actually reported on a couple of suburban kids from a suburb called Hidden Valley which is ironic because they were so good at hiding their addiction when their lives were changed by heroin one overdosed and died and the other one I followed historian. She was preparing to prison for his role and having sold the heroin when that resulted in the death for his former private school classmate and this was a three part series on the front page of our paper and readers literally spit up there coughing than what what wealthy wait people are doing heroin. And it's just a slow longtime we knew about Oxycontin in the coalfields because we had covered the produce story in the settlement of no seven but not until it hits the the upper middle class communities do people really go holy crap. You know this is happening. Is there a racial into a lot of this in America. I mean given when it's happening in black communities it seen as a school of the nation in a in a in an evil but when it happens Nas what weatherman. It's well it's a tragedy not then absolutely absolutely and it was a tragedy and when it was happening with cry too but you know we were so pro. Mass incarceration ration- at that time to write one of the interesting things about the story is African. Americans were initially thought to be protected from the OPIOID epidemic. Because doctors didn't didn't trust them because of racism to responsibly. Take opioid pills man right and then now they have some of the highest especially in the cities some of the highest overdose rates because they tend to get the heroin. That's the most cut with federal. And now we have this new you know Synthetic opioid called fat and all that people are male ordering during off the dark web from Hong Kong pressing into pills and selling college parking. Lots Zanex when it's really fennel. And now we have most of the OPIOID. She does all of those numbers. I just a bit ago. A sixty thousand in two thousand seventeen are caused by federal. How much powerful is phenomenal? Compared to something like heroin for example. Yeah it's much more powerful. There were many many civil cases. Launched against put pharmaceutical for irresponsible marketing of Oxycontin. And they all failed old. Did they file how. How did fail? All of them filed what what happened. Finally Win Win. A criminal case emerged against them. Will it took the federal. US Attorney's office based in Roanoke and working out of the Abington office five years to amass enough proof and they had it like in scores of boxes at the press conference when they announced that purdue was pleading guilty to criminal misbranding. It took him five years the families he's of the first overdose death. Overdose dead organized They call themselves relatives against Purdue Pharma this is back in Oh one and oh two do an. It guy out of his name was ED bitch out of Philadelphia put together a message board which was a precursor to websites. You might remember those this before the Internet. It was widely known because in people didn't know that this was happening and so he called it. OXY KILLS DOT COM and people would share from all of the country the stories and like little testimonies memorials about their children and this group started feeding this nascent Federal Investigation Information Russian about the case and then these these government lawyers went after it really hard in that case could have been filed investigated anywhere in the country country. But it happened out of the Roanoke Virginia Office and They were making the argument that they felt it. I because being so close to Appalachia Gotcha families allowed to attend this court case they were they were and of course everything been decided before in this big plea agreement right like no jail time. Sixty six hundred thirty four million but the judge allowed families to go on the witness stand and talk and so ed got go and talk about his son Eddie about being called home late at night and the paramedics saying I'm sorry your son is dead. From what Oxycontin. He said the first time I heard the word Oxycontin my son was dead from it. Had No idea a woman from Florida name. Leanne US came and she said when she leaves home she leaves her son Randy's ashes he was eighteen in an urn on the mantle and then she takes us little earn with her wherever she goes and she testified fighting several of the other cases that that that the the civil cases that didn't win so she shows up Amazon at the federal case and she whips out as S.. She's leaving the witness Dan. She whips out this little earn and she shakes up it executives and said this is your drug and this is what it did to my son. Did you speak to people or the secular Finley I did not I spoke to are the legal counsel's son. I was trying to tell the story from from the perspective of what was happening at the time. So how would you dell. I spoke to his son. He had been a prosecutor Himself and you know of course kind of said what a great guy his dad was. He never did anything illegal. What a sham? This was that he had to check in with probation officer for for three years before going to visit him across the state lines. I mean it was very clear. Would they had said in the media you know even before the end of that plea agreement hearing that. This drug was helping so many people and they you know that the government was Cherry Picking Data and so when you talk to these families now that were in the original relatives against Purdue Pharma Group. I'm on email chain with them here from every day because every day it's.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

14:28 min | 6 months ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"I mean that's relatively rarefied slice but among those folks what happens often they will send on one family in the book that had to heroin addicted sons and they spent three hundred thousand dollars sending their kids Out of state rehabs all of which didn't allow mit the the medicine the sciences. The best. So you see that happening over and over abstinence only like twelve steps stuff where people just they're sort of nursed through their dope sickness withdrawal right. If they're lucky they'll let you do during the withdrawal part but most don't even allow that I mean tests was sent to one of those places in Las Vegas and she was just you know supposed to eventually quit cold Turkey and then she ends up relapsing and out on the streets. According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine only one in five people with opioid opioid use disorder actually needs inpatient care but most families particular wealthy families. That's what they've heard of. There's been a lot of you know media around rehabs I'm I'm I'm blown away to hear that one in five statistic right now my thought is like oh well. That's obviously if you can afford it. That's the thing you do and if I ever had loved one and I could afford it I would obviously sent them to away to a Rehab Center like that's the gold standard. And what you're saying is like this. The science doesn't necessarily it's not better stain. Your home community get really good social supports by and large and then there's the thinking if I spent twenty thousand dollars. Yeah that's that'll solve the problem. Yeah but not. And they're not regulated. They're not standardized and too often. They don't have the medical staff to do the medication and and they come from this cultural perspective. That is absent. It's only which absolutely for alcoholism doesn't work by enlarge for opioid use disorder disorder and. That's and that's A. That's a nature of the sort of chemical relationship. The body has to the substance. Yes yes that chemical nature to is part of what makes the devastation devastation wrought by the crisis so big because the overdose. I wonder if we can talk a little bit about the the sort of chemistry and physiology that I mean it seems like a uniquely Dangerous Driss thing that happens to people and can you talk a little bit about why you know there are addictions people can have for a long time thinking about alcohol which is probably the most common addiction where it's it's fairly rare that a person drinks themselves to death Or they do. But they're in their fifties like my father died at age fifty seven of lung cancer but was headed. That way anyways in you know you have diseases of despair depths of despair the eaten in case research showing that our lives band is going down for the first time in American history because of Rosa deliver right. But mostly because of opioids and also skyrocket shoe suicides. Yeah Yeah what is it about. What is it about opioids that that leads to these fatal overdoses like what's happening that that ah just from a sort of medical level that that makes that happen well the dopamine receptors get hijacked by the drug and so people feel not only I talked about dope signals and diarrhea vomiting and all these physical sensations but also this This feeling feeling that you're never going to experience pleasure again. This crushing anxiety and depression in that can take nine months to two year for the brain to come back online and to recover from that in so in some ways like a sober living type facility that provides somebody an impatient. I mean that's sort of the argument for that. And really good social services and transitional housing and things like that but so how many of these Rehab Centers. Just don't allow the medicine and the sober living facilities transitional housing and transportation. I hear over and over particularly in these rural areas as being just huge barriers to people getting on solid footing with their treatment and then when people relapse is the issue because my understanding is that overdoses often come after relapses right because they're almost like opioid naive a year at that point and so they'll often go back to the dose of the US to take but then they're overwhelmed. It'd be like you and I. The the don't take opioids owner. So if you're were if you're an addict and you're slow and you have a sense of what your own dosages are and you're using over a long period of time. Your body develops a tolerance. But if you you come away from it and then you go back to the Dosa Edmund. Before then that that kills you right just opioid naive again. Yeah what's necessary. What what is opioid naive? Not used to it. You're not your system is in a adjusted to it. The way would be if you're using daily so it takes more to get your high it takes mortgages be they always say it makes me feel normal again. They get overloaded. Those receptors get overloaded again in the way that if you are I took heroin we would be immediately super high. What are you say about the sort of other part of this that I hear from a lot? There's a very sort of local group of people that whenever you do coverage the opioid epidemic will reach out to right to you and say. I rely align pain medication. It changed my life. I have a healthy relationship with it. And you're gonNA essentially plunge me back into misery by pushing for increased restrictions on pain medication. Like is there a group of people that are heavily using high dosages of pain medication over a long period of time. And and how do we think about the needle not moving. I guess back too far in the other direction right right somebody somebody in dope success. You know we don't do anything with nuance. Quantum thinking of yeah and I think the pendulum has swung too far back for some of those folks. And there's a terrific book called in in pain by a bioethicists travis reader that explores those issues. I mean he was a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins. Gotten a terrible accident. Motorcycle accident and got quickly dependent on opioids and soon discovered that. Not One doctor. The set to and he was sent a five. I think had had any knowledge about how to wean him off. And so we know that people who do get weaned off. It should be very very slow in. Most doctors. Don't have very much training in that. So that's one of the big messages of his book but he's also really concerned that some people who are are being just forced tapered without their input. Doctors are saying they're scared right because they're reading all these stories and they're just cutting people up. Well then those folks they don't WanNa be dope sick or in a lot of pain either. Many of them will go to the black market and you're seeing overdose deaths increasing among that campus campus. Well so you know we need more training. Obviously to learn more about pain management and opioids. So it's a double edged. There's been huge changes changes in regulation in terms of prescription. Obviously those those kicked in in the last decade that regulations right so they started tracking right so people would go oh to seven different doctors and get prescriptions and then they started tracking that so. You couldn't do that anymore. That pushes a lot of people in the black market but the data does show right that like the huge huge burst of pain. Prescriptions oxy and other opioids. That has has gone back down to like the level it was before oxy was introduced reduced. I'm not sure if it's I think I just read that yesterday. That prescribing has gone down by about a third but the problem is we now now have two point. Six million Americans. Already addicted to opioids so though the horses out of the Barn you can stop prescribing as many hopefully prevent future future cases right. But we gotTa Take Care of the folks that are using it correctly on stable dosages but you know my concern. Is You know if we say we want to prevent deaths which I think we do. Then we need to deal with these two point six million people who are addicted in that means doing what the science is so so clearly says it is the best thing to do and that's the medication assisted treatment at some level. It's like the story here is really kind of the most. Those cartoonish version also seems not that far from being the accurate one which is like big pharmaceutical interests essentially like corruptly rigged system to WHO Jack up their profits by essentially distributing poison across America leading to hundreds of thousands of people's deaths Yup. Yeah that's what happened. And when faced with evidence that they were underplaying the risks and overselling the efficacy. You know they just doubled down on the marketing even after the O.. Seven guilty plea the settlement agreement. That was here in Western. Virginia where purdue paid six six hundred and thirty four million in fines for criminally misbranding. The drug sales of Oxycontin went up the next year. In one of the big playbook rules rules was blamed the abusers ham we must hammer on abusers in every way possible said the CEO Purdue. Blame the people. We helped help to do that. Is Perverse like it. Actually reinforcing the stigma and the kind of moral stain on the addicts themselves and those who have sort of fallen prey to their product actually becomes a means of essentially trying to distance themselves from the responsibility. Yeah in one hell of a business model is it's really astounding. It is absolutely. It's heartbreaking when when you see the families and I mean there's one guy I've been following following he. He was one of the first parents to lose a child of oxycontin overdose in two thousand one. His name's ED bitch she's it not worker from Philly and he started this website called oxy kills Dot Com and he organized parents all over the country to get the word out and he helped federal will investigators that were investigating purdue for the misbranding. I mean this is somebody that's been fighting this for almost twenty years now and I get emails from him everyday. Still in the trenches. He's like better than Google is sending me all the latest stories and the latest research and I'm sure he's tired you know he. He would like to see the companies and the corporate executives punished. He'd like them to see them. Admit their guilt in this He'd like to see them stripped of their wealth but most of all he'd like to see them make addiction treatment As available as they once made those opioids seems to me that that is one solution here. Is that the people that brought this about need to pay for the solution. Absolutely you know some experts. Think it's GonNa take a hundred billion dollars to get addiction treatment combated into the healthcare system other experts. Say you know the cost of this that we've the country's already spent a trillion dollars in lost production and Costs the OPIOID epidemic. So numbers aren't getting that high yet with these these settlements comments that you're reading about now but Hopefully eventually they'll be more urgency about getting treatment on the ground to these folks that really need it because their families are so worn out in their loved. Ones don't have to die last question for you. which is about national politics policy? The president can be like an opioid task force. There is some debate about whether there's GonNa be Declaration of a Public Health Emergency Chris Christie served on it. It never seemed to go go anywhere. I know there's been several rounds of legislation that have been passed and signed a law targeted towards expanding opioid treatment. But like what has been done in the last three years at a federal roll level and what needs to be done right so I think he said he was gonna when he was campaigning. He said he was going to declare a national emergency but instead he declared a public public health emergency which released no new lawns. Now Congress has added. I think it's a total of six billion towards the OPIOID crisis. But it's nothing nothing to match the scale we talked about a hundred billion be needed and all the little improvements have been good but they're just tinkering around around the edges of the problem. And nothing's being done to match the scale of the actual crisis. Is there any legislation. Is anyone proposing legislation relation at the scale needed Elizabeth. Warren I believe has proposed legislation She's one of the co-sponsors of a bill that would get at that kind of level kind of to make treatment available on demand the way treatment was made for people with HIV and AIDS. Back back in that era. I'm not completely up to date on. What all the candidates are proposing but I have read some end up reports about her plan and it looks? It's really good to me. Yeah it looks like a hundred billion is so far from six billion. It's just insane to me that we still have this mismatch in the acuteness and scope of the crisis And the solution and no real leadership you know. I'd like to see the governors and the president talk about this more and so much more in the news to attract our attention right now. It's unfortunate Beth. macy is the author of the vary widely praised dope sick dealers doctors. The drug companies addicted America was a one hundred notable books that you're times book review She is author of two other books as well true vine factory man. A thank you you so much really appreciate it. Thanks Chris. It was great.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

14:40 min | 6 months ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hello staffy speech where Madonna welcome to episode of Make It Stop Bad Music Times I'm Heather Mac Mike Dunn and we're back in the saddle one on one as this is Fun to occasionally do. We've had some wonderful guests wonderful episodes recently but We're GONNA do another one of our worst respective 's of Looking back at a very famous popular artists career and choosing Cherry picking the worst. First of their you know long. Many decades of contributions to our culture and we are going to sneer ear and short all at their occasional follies. Even though there's some of the most prolific artists of all time So we have done done. Three of these types of episodes are. This is our third who did to previously which were David Bowie and Prince. Yes I bring that up because I recently had lunch with my dad and he admitted that he was very upset that we even ever bothered to David Bowie. Worst of episode road to that. I say he should listen to the songs and then wake reassess. I know he didn't have much to say when I was like come on. New York's in Love New York's and love soon he yeah he yeah but mistreats it. Does he liked it. And no no but I think he would argue that like that. The whole whole of their contributions of David Bowie's contributions like far outshine. The you know occasional duds which eight you know is totally true but we are here to be snarky assholes also find the worst and everything. Yeah I mean that's kind of what we do and for the most part you know we focus on bad artists but I mean sometimes you get a turnover those rocks for your heroes and see the the gritty underbelly. The were like it's not we're not saying prince or David Bowie is bad. We're not saying thing with Donald Dad. You very lean we very lead guys already. So that's right now. I didn't oh but they already know it. Because they eh dot. It also said Bitch I'm Madonna can point we're talking Madonna CICCONI leaders and Oh yeah baby guests her real name just like Prince Prince Rogers Nelson and David Bowie was like something else David something. Oh I think he was David Joan David. That's right but he wouldn't be Davy Jones monkey so anyway. This is reflecting our knowledge. Guys we're here to speak our truth and to talk about Madonna the highest selling female artist of all time. Yeah yeah real trailblazer too. I mean if you look at top selling artists I watched this like INFO this like INFO graphic video showing the top charting artists of every quarter of every year. Starting with nineteen seventy. Yeah and it's like like it's all it's all dudes all the way until nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty three. And then it's Madonna and from then on you start seeing more and more female female artists start getting top hits you start seeing Celine Dion Carey. She kinda opened the doors for that stuff for. Yeah for I guess. Society as a whole start valuing women popstars. It's true. Yeah I mean we had Debbie Harry you know. He did have similar but she was. Yeah and Madonna definitely broke. I mean she yes. She paved the way for so many artists and is so legendary dairy that you know it is really kind of hard to take aim at Madonna. Donna has done some wild shit. Yes yes we'RE GONNA TAKE A. It's no worries. There will be some aim we'll be we'll be cocked and loaded for definit- definitely some some songs. But I do think that part of the reason why Madonna has done so much wild shit and has made More especially as of late in her career more misteps steps musically is because bitch she's Madonna and because she's kind of had such a such an aura. Such a protect of of protection around her and of and respect that she maybe is not as beholden to like taste anymore. Or you know what I mean like. She doesn't listen to anybody because she does what she wants. I would also argue that you know and I don't mean this disrespectfully Fli right But I do think that Madonna's whole career has been based around sort of appropriating something that's happening in the current Zeitgeist and fucking slaying putting her own mark on it you know. Yeah she did it. If you like with Erotica Erotica yes. down-tempo vogue yeah and the votes lasak appropriation. Right there that yeah And then onto onto even you know Ray of light like that was you know she was tapping into the electron that was happening at the time. And then even like like confessions on a dance floor. Like the resurgence of disco and French house and stuff. Yeah and I think then Ed Bitch I'm Madonna getting so feed to produce it exactly. Yeah and I think the problem is and you know. I don't want to spoil too much but a lot of the songs on this list are GonNa come from in her more recent albums as she gets older and as Pop Music morphs into an increasingly You know sort of robotic. EDM driven idea harper him. Ju Yeah just the latest the latest last few iterations of what pop music is. I don't really fit the Madonna aesthetic or it's just she's really having trouble adapting feeling well and I think that's the problem is that she went from setting the stage and setting the tone and leading the way to then having to Kind of follow and and she knew it like she. She has plenty of of of famous. You know writers and producers around her that she can easily call on and so she can approximate a sound of an of a time But before she would take that and she would really transform it and subvert it and do things like kiss black Jesus feet You know in a music video for for like a prayer and then you know cut to process burning and then a gospel choir singing and dancing around here. So she's still doing pretty pretty provocative stuff but it's people aren't really taking notice like they used to right well and it's also the Kabbalah stuff and there's fake accents and there's a lot of fake accents just going to the Lindsay Lohan school actually Lindsay Lohan was going to Madonna's school. The cost lyrical flaunting of her privileged privilege. Yeah like it's a big. But then the sanctimonious yeah the combination of both things of like. I'm looking down on you for not being in woken up and seeing through this American farce. But I'm GonNa talk about shaking my ass and doing pilates having three nanny again. I want to stress like I love. Madonna yeah I really do. I actually realized in the of course of this. How much I I really love Madonna more than I even gave myself for her credit for like I I was like I'm a huge aged prince fan? I'm a huge Bowie Fan. And when it was like worse than Madonna was like Oh this is going to be easy and even some of these songs like we had to go back and forth of until the very end to pick the the you know the bottom ten. 'cause some of them I was like this is honestly pretty good and actually a lot of them still they have like really good elements but then they oh my God that can be so terribly really frustrating and ruined and and you know eviscerate all goodwill that you build towards them. So don't worry stop as we do our due diligence. Actually Mike did his due-diligence and so you should talk about your process. How many albums? How many compilations will I will say? My Twenty Nineteen spotify wrap top artists was Madonna. Yeah it's because of this. I listened to every single Madonna Song ever fourteen studio albums three soundtrack albums five live albums. I didn't listen to live albums. Six nine six compilation albums did listen to the original songs on the compilation albums and thirty five other limited releases. I don't know that I got all of those I did. Did you listen to some songs that only releases a single lake Justify my love but obviously that song is good Didn't make this list and what what I did is I listened in reverse chronological order and I will say hether. I agree with you some of the songs they picked or some of the songs that would be sort of like squabbled over which ones we were going to use. Are there elements of them. That are good. I will say listening to her. Most recent albums twenty nine hundred. Madame exe which you were saying should have made the worst maybe made? The worst of the year definitely was a contender. But Yeah Twenty. Nine hundred madame x twenty. He's fifteen rebel. Heart Twenty twelve's MDA. I listened to the Super Deluxe versions of those albums which are like thirty tracks each And the the effect of listening to all those new Madonna songs like in a row for hours. It's as a some. They're worse than the individual parts. It is a cluster headache like several. It was a bad experience listening to the first few albums I did. Not It like it is starting to like hate Madonna. Oh them but then it was like as I started getting into Starting with two thousand five confessions fashions on the dance floor which is fucking amazing which is checked out a great album start from there and there was American life which I think is her. Absolute worst album Our friends at Jukebox heroes did an episode with our friends at Rock Candy. Yeah about that Albert Candy. Also on the Pantheon podcast network podcast network Everything before that like Music Ray of light bedtime stories erotica all that shit into the eighties classic material like it was like getting out of a cave into coming out of like crawling my way out of a cave into like the shining light next to a beautiful babbling creek. A A statue of the Virgin. Mary then comes to life and Madonna's making out with her in there becomes her. See that you just got a good idea. Madonna make that video. Oh but that's I think yes so it became a great experience not much bad stuff up until the two thousand. Yeah I mean. Honestly that's where we're all of us fell apart. Didn't we But she is definitely one of those eighties like we talk. We've talked about how a lot of seventies artist filled in the eighty s and a lot of eight hundred ninety s couldn't adapt but Madonna adapted well into her forties. And then I guess that was the shift where it went from from something that felt effortless trail-blazing into something that felt very effort full very like trying very hard to kind of catch up as opposed to setting the pace. And I don't know how that happened. I don't really know exactly. You know why that happened. I just decided maybe that there were so many Generations of now artists and and popstars budding. You know in her wake that we're so influenced by her like the Lady Gaga is that just kind of came came out and did Madonna into the next level. I don't know you know what I mean. Like her. Protege is kind of like took over. You know it's also Bir- Bowie was like. He was a popular artists but he was. You Know Glam Rock Experimental Art Rock. Yeah Prince had the defunct along the MINESSOTA sound he was popped too. But I've Madonna's pretty much pure pop has changed so much and it's a young person's it's your person's game yeah and also also she. Her brand is based around her sexiness. And she's clinging to that still into her sixties which she's looks great last look she does but like. It's still awkward. It's awkward. It's amy poehler from mean girls coming in with little teacup dog. Kuma Oh mom it's cool you can have a drink. I don't mind if you have it in the house like you know. And it's it's it's great that she's a cool mom but it's not it's not actually cool right at that's point. Yeah I'm the same way. It doesn't hit the same way that it did once so she also just started feeling like she needs to get political and then she needs to do get woke. I mean she's very political. It was about the communist revolution. Just sorry no. Of course Gore's not nothing she did before that was really political. Besides the fact that she was like Her existence was kind of political female artists. Papa don't preach was in the a lot of shit on the erotica album was about HIV yeah that's true But I think the Bush sh Era George W. Bush era on anybody to be honest. I don't know it's it's very as they say. Hollywood Hollywood liberal purview because that is also part of it to where we started to not pay attention as much to her music and and we were paying attention more to what the tabloids were saying about her and like her kids and her like fake religion. I mean what fake religion religion and You know and then I'm fairly focused. He yeah that probably was really bad. I did not watch it But then like also also really unfairly focusing on her looks and on her..

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"ed bitch" Discussed on The Green Light

The Green Light

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on The Green Light

"Someone in person. The other day started saying mobile <hes> <hes> shout. Hey sues he was like yo you should you should get fire box not a fire box android boxing and i go. I want to get back into that lifestyle. You know pay. Hey for my services because i don't know man he goes. You can get the n._f._l. On their the n._b._a. The emma made you have seen it was just don't because i kind of felt like i felt like it was like a small like a zero point one percent vision into like when people used around the charlie murphy recipes and go. Oh i'm rick james bitch like it was like you know like you're not celebrities. Have like you know what i mean. You probably very nice to see you. Thank you don't follow it up with anything. No along armie hammer armie hammer is yes. He's actor. He was in a social network hotel. Mumbai mirror mere lone ranger injure shit <hes> cars three who anywhere he has some interesting say he decided to to bring attention to marvel entertainment and specifically the president of marvel entertainment so armee hammer did you guys have with with a trump last week in terms of soul cycle and was spot no pleasing line so cycle in equinoxes. Nope some schick first of all what i say this year that i'm not going to do what i did last election last election when robin bernie. I said i'm not fucking for hillary. Fuck donald support and a bitch. Look what happened. It doesn't matter. She wanted popular vote anyway but still look what happened not doing this year. I'll give who the fuck is an average racist biden yotsov. Yeah i saw biden. Did what the kids he said. I think poor kids have the ability just as smart as white kids. Asian asian kids black kids and he tried to like basically like a freudian slip. I gave him the out in a sense that i don't think he was in. I don't think in his mind he the thought of poor kids black kids. I think when you spend all day talking about race you know easy computer yeah yeah <hes> <hes> but in this day and age you can't do you can't do shit like fucking fox took dangle look at his racist motherfucker. Uncle joe's added again so the army armie hammer. The fact armie hammer is fucking nuts that has to be new armie hammer. <hes> he tweeted he goes. Hey while everyone seems to be honest. Equinoxes interesting equinox is a <hes> a brand along with soul cycle that came out that they're investor behind donate it to trump's twenty twenty reelection campaign so everyone's like oh fuck that i'm not doing that shit no more i recently came across. The poster showed all the fast food spots that are donating to trump's campaign and crystalline. I know more chick-fil-a nope wendy's mcdonalds. Nope whataburger carl's junior. Nope the only ones that were like safe. Were like wendy's severity eh. There weren't many that were you said but you said wendy's wasn't saved known or i i started thinking of ones that were safe and then i thought i'd missed wendy's so i wanted the ad wendy's back into that burke's save burr. He was on the list burger king burger king the night you know <hes> you know and i was like ed bitches ages but not the not so good. Oh don't give fuck. I came up with the idea that i think all companies should would have on either a website or maybe when you walk into the store like a placard that shows who they align with that way the consumer is allowed to put their money with people that they support okay so people aren't no longer than spots because i always think the money reigns supreme and people will change companies would do good shit if money's behind it take all these companies that there's a lot of money behind the electric cars solar power and wind energy. Guess what the fuck do stop burn fossils but right now there's more money in fossil yeah so <hes> but no so armee came out army hammy army while we're doing is we can't talk we armie hammer arm arm and hammer army arm hamming armin having name. Hey this is like a sound like a skeleton body part. Move my sorry. It might be a good time. You mentioned that one of trump's large financial contributors is the chairman of marvel entertainment <unk> isaac pearl mutter just saying he went to he said down on twitter and then it kinda went. It went viral in kind of brought into question what the fox really going on now with that being said. I had to do some digging because i was like i'm not about to stop watching these movies. Would i know that you would you would but that's why you did you dig. Why did my digging to figure out first of all real. Is it true you you know what this disney got to say about. This turns out first of all marvel entertainment and marvel studios aren't the same thing marvel entertainment handy licensing in march so toys voice games stuff like that that's marl entertainment and isaac permettre never really had any sort of involvement with the movies he's before disney. I mean excuse me after this no vomit after dizzy has um evolved before disney whatever too so i go okay cool decade that can help me out. It's basically like okay. This is a subsection. It's kind of like you know someone in new york saying to contribute a lot to their sales. It doesn't matter better okay and i think that's what people don't understand. You get one hundred thousand people saying it doesn't matter now. That's one hundred thousand people you know. Even if we're giving a dollar one hundred thousand dollars you aren't getting now now and i think sometimes we miss that we missed that we missed the power. Look at what the fuck happening hong kong and we're disgusting that we don't even talk about that even on the show they're protesting a hong kong right now because mainland china is trying to in indict now. They're trying to establish law where they can extradite people go to the mainland. They don't want that shit and fuck in hong kong no new we don't want that shit and motherfuckers are out there fighting. I i team when i fighting bro like they make we look like bitches. We got going on in this country that we can't stand it. We i oh i can't i can't lose a day of work. Fuck outta here. These mother fuckers are changing their lives to try to get shit so that doesn't ever get to the point where it's too so far so kelly from china footage to see what the fuss going on over there but yeah armie hammer brought that up and i wanted to ask you guys what is too much to stop you from supporting people who might support that you really don't fuck with like for instance. I probably the fast food thing i'm i'm. I'm finding a fast through committee has support trump plaza. We also what is too much in what sense but that's what i'm asking. What is the what is the cutoff point. You know finding finding okay so so here's a list of companies supporting trump's reelection bang the energy drink people in and out chick-fil-a taco bell mcdonalds old wendy's k._f._c. pizza hut olive garden waffle house ihop carl's jr junior's. I knew k._f._c. There was signed up with them. Uh-huh so olive garden and i stopped going there years ago i can't remember if i had a breadstick i stop growing to mcdonald's though man action that should she got me and i will you know and i will say <hes> you know chick-fil-a responded saying the organizations themselves did not donate rather the money came from the organization's packs their individual members employees are owners and those individuals immediate families so that's kind of like saying we don't make to the super pac and a pac decided with the money i mean mcdonalds is owned by your franchise chaffetz franchise. Each individual mcdonald's has his own the outside their own guidelines. It's not like this. Mcdonald's is in rainbow colors because they are the people who work. They're gay. You still got to follow it a certain ship and if so if i'm making a million dollars into but i'm also helping you make five hundred thousand dollars because you're my boss and i- franchises from you and i don't support anything you do should the fact that i'm making a million dollars supersede the fact that i'm also helping you eat. I guess that's a personal question personal question. You know like if you hated your bosses fucking guts and you knew your bosses fucking piece of shit. He's a womanizer. He's racist assists. He raped people. He does all worked in there making him rich but he pays you well and you look. At what point does it come to a head or does. That's almost like a lawyer yeah. At some point. A lawyer will be asked to defend people that they know are guilty. Here's what you're saying if i if you find out your bosses a pedophile ah i don't think i want him anymore and some will go money still green. The truth is a lawyer but that's what was went to be a lawyer right right. That's why not everyone can be who work with terminally. Ill killed career interesting some moral questions. I'd like for you guys to ask yourself delft listeners out there. You know stuff show. Some of that footage like this shit is not what the going down in china bro like the chinese well into.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"I have a wonderful pitcher at home of my mom and her three brothers taken during World War Two and uncle Walter's there in his Marine Corps. Uniform uncle Bob is there in his navy blues? And my my uncle Jim is there in is airforce uniform. Yeah. And then when World War Two broke out of my my dad and his brother, uncle herb. Both joined the navy dad went on Dave. Asian ordinance and came out the other end of the the pipe after piece is one of the last of the tow. Joe chiefs a guy who made chief in little over three years. He's an interesting fellow and leadership. Listen, number one. For me was the way he helped me grow as I was coming up. You would think that a chief petty officer in the navy can be very gruff and directive, and they they can. And they are when it's required. But dad never told me go do this. He'd say have you ever considered? Have you ever thought about have you ever? And he brought it into practice one day when I was just getting ready for college in trying to decide where I was going to go. He just come back from amid crews, and he had one of his GAO's a pilot and naval academy. Grad invite me over to his house for dinner. I know I thought that was a little strange, but I was pretty excited about it. The guy came and picked me up in a brand new yellow, corvette. And took me over. To his home and introduced me to his drop dead gorgeous Swedish wife now dad didn't have to say you should go to the naval academy for the experience in learning leadership. He brought it down to a level that I could understand. Yeah. Thought you'd get issued a Swedish wise. Well, actually, what I to Jaakko was shown somebody five eight five nine long, straight, blond hair. Good Ed bitch, and bud. What are you completely intelligent than imbued with a meeting instincts of a while Minkin? But what the good Lord saw fit to me up with with stinky. And she's a stump you Little Brown haired girl that's just ornery as a sack awhile. So yeah, it's funny. How it all works out? So so you you you go meet this pilot and did that did that flip the switch in your head? Well, I I always knew I wanted to be a naval aviator. It's just something that I that I wanted I had initially had dreams of going in and flying spats that it one was a just a hell of a weapons carrier in closer support mission. That was non parallel in my way of thinking they got a lot of guys out of the ship, but that didn't work out because you're a craft was being retired as I was going through flight school. The thought of going to the naval academy was always intriguing to me. I didn't know that. I'd be able to make that. But I was one of the, you know, I'm sorta large, and I was one of the only navy dependents who were into athletes Kuba sake highschool on Okinawa. Where I went through all four years of high. The school and the senior naval officer on the island had roomed with Wayne hard and the football coach at navy. They did a quick scout and told me to take competitive exam, and I'd be considered for the academy a. I had had a year to to waste while. I was waiting to get into the academy. So I went to Berkeley, this is in the nineteen sixty three sixty four school year, which was very colorful. Mario salvo was up there doing his is a dirty word movement on the steps of the administration. It was ugly. My parents lived across the hill in walnut creek, California. And every time in the news was over. I'd get a frantic call from my mother of you. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Mom. I'm okay. It's yeah. But didn't even rate the following that you're at Berkeley every presidential appointment. And even though he was he had been assassinated John Kennedy's signatures who's on that. Yeah. And I went back to the to the tonight fell in love with a crew. And I can honestly say that if it hadn't been for rowing at navy. I probably wouldn't have made it through. I probably would quit which is something that you would have been pissed off about..

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"ed bitch" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Here. The White House first lady had kidney procedure. I don't know about you, but I definitely looking at a larger upper section in Malania, am I right? I mean. The u. host under fire for almost mocking Trump's accent. Oh my gosh, really. They're making fun of us from Slovenia. That is disgusting. But I'm just talking about her, beautiful Zeke. I can't help it admire that. She definitely has larger rack now. So was that kidney procedure for boob? Large Donald. You can ask for here. Nothing you say can will be used against you in a court of law. All right. You don't have to pipe. That's okay. We rarely get Donald in our show we're creating space faced. It will be great, great space. Food l. have pay more money than any other planet. All right. I think so too. I gotta tell you. I definitely do not like women who mess with about it. I have to be all natural. You know, dig that. I'm talking about man. Just channeling nineteen sixty rap star. And that's funny because wrapped start until nineteen seventy five with cool. I believe it was not yet the sugarhill gang hip hop to heaven. Habita- hip hip hop. You stop Rodman the vast lands up. Shut the movie, the van out rubel Scooby, doo guess what I've ever view. Sorry, channeling the wrong person. I'm kidding. It's the coffee. That's one good thing about having coffee around. You can keep the concent- combat going. I remember the, yeah, it was cool to gang, but before that was sugarhill. Okay. I think I've done a pot to. I mean, it's getting ridiculous. Look at something else from my library of of Trumpism. Oh, this is something that came up. The theory that Jeff Sessions was the guy that spoke out in the op-ed peach in the piece in New York Times higher, like my op Ed bitch. Sorry, I had to use the bitch word. If it's Jeff Sessions beginning to respect you more and more, but I still think we need to legalize marijuana to, you know. Jeff, it's good for people. It's lowering people's opioid addiction at overdose, thirty percent reductions read about it, Jeff, come on get go. There are people in your family that want you to get hip. Okay. John McCain, it'll smoked more marijuana he'd be alive today. I don't think he ever talked up. I recommended he smoked marijuana for his brain problem. Well, the the laid him to rest. I guess Burt Reynolds is going to be buried soon to two million dollar funerals being planned as we speak Burr is in cold storage. More cuts to medical aid to Pakistan by Trump that's predicted. He's just using Pakistan place to trim the budget. We give pack stat about one point, three million billion dollars a year, and he took another twenty five last week. It was like seventy five million. So he's cutting back on how much money he can. He can give anybody. Okay. We're ending pot talk. Sarah has never smoked marijuana, and I would never wish any of you to smoke marijuana. If you tried it, you'd like it too much so highly recommend you don't do it. Okay. Furton boogie nights a great example of Manford ego Hamby. Interesting connection so was was that okay that tasty. Okay. My dish soaking think that's foil to Obama refers to himself a hundred times during a sixty four minutes speech. Okay, we've got that. I'll put it on the screen. You guys hang out. He's been. I didn't give you much of Obama because I really could not stand him as president. And that's one of the reasons why we started America's third party. 'cause he seemed like such a new world order puppet. Anyway, I'm gonna check out here. Scene. Thanks. Are you okay to do this. Gosh, hot pack.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Thing is when i was younger my mama d i like that she didn't curse a lot because when she carshield minting listen while like now she don't even curse it all and so when i cursed out sorry 'cause i know she don't curse at all and there's no reason for two like she's never been in a situation or maybe she has but she just don't really have a lot of situations where she needs to and just kind of took that with me sometime i love to us because sometimes i dropped one or two bombs and then it's a bit chair bitch there and then it's over and done and the negatives is out i can't stop cursing speaking of travel i got caught travelling cuss and it's so weird you're talking about this 'cause we were on a family vacation in mexico i think i was like seventeen and my father caught me cussing my cousin the fuck i when i say i'll out to like came in the room and i'm ed bitch like going in the fuck you he's i was talking to you how your voice you kinda high so we went on to live room and sit is all mad awkward and embarrassing shit but like they known forever that like we we used to get called cussing kids in the house like all of this we did there and then with they don't know is one time it was his boy down the street i may have told this story here before there's a guy down the street from our parents house when i was growing up as little kid our cussed him he was like my brother and sisters eight so he was like older than me and i can't remember what happened but i cussed his ass our like bad right to the point where i thought it was gonna come down there and tell my parents brother and sister they they knew him so they had went down there like smooth it over whatever but yeah cussing is amazing as it is cousin and get a lot done for you just aside when i was younger i never forget i was probably like eleven to a here's oh accursed up ice cream cursed him out i'll never forget this i'm like nick give him a mother fucking change no out and we're not because the because he gave me some ice cream he dropped it was the last one he was on even got no more than one man and so i was like all right i'm order some and he got he got mad because he didn't wanna serve me and i remember being pissed about this and i cursed him out but i remember going home later and i actually only mom and her friends and she like she was like laughing she was like who you where'd you learn how to let me hear you say that again all right i'm not i want but i had the first ice cream and now that was a pivotal moment in my life tells you about that video is going viral with with how you seen it it's a little boy in the back seat the mamas driving and his sisters in the passenger seat recording him but he doesn't know he's being recorded and then he's the mamas i got to sit back you know since a little as back or something like that and then he goes with your folks driving on motherfucking he's he's he's stays cursing that it came out so naturally like this is a little as 'cause you measure your five year old sometimes sometimes you look at them kids like being here before that's where i would draw the line as a parent though he is because it'd be because around me but i don't cuss around my parents like that because i i don't know it's like a respect thing for me now like i'm the most respectful for his pants like period everybody knows that everybody knows go around your mama like is fine you know what i'm saying but me i love this show i love your mom's and i'm so sorry everything that i've said before after actually i mean her head to have have the conversation like girl you're waiting for you listen to listen you can catch them saying it's a buying there you know what i mean so yeah but i love traveling as a kid it was one of the greatest things that i appreciate it because i.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on AdultSh1t

AdultSh1t

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on AdultSh1t

"I am liane moriarty you've heard did it feel like a play on hillary type no praying overlaying we i've only got the seinfeld in britain charles uh what is now on the edge of admit i have not actually feed seinfeld i try not to bellevue will die of yup they make that exact no no no i i i haven't watched all the episode serie like that there there's a you know it's not is really funny but it's not my cup of tea i may daffae's because it just went too far enables pooped okay speaking of being able to see our faith is we should apologize to all the viewers are youtube dot com slash boldly yes because this week we are not reporting a video because fuck guys it is we couldn't do it it's their entire kelsea knows more about like the video shit and sending stuff and i tried to send last week's episode with me and my sister a belt five hundred times it appears the amount of footage verse your download or your upload speed over the last one guy yeah exactly the latter are united 'cause you saying knitting we are usually the fuck your mud in i've freaking liaison bags bananas but you know what i am brought about is that would reduce each other were going straight to big bear for a fucking girls we ed bitch at matches call be fine as fuck me at eu jasmine and for ready and your friendly and my friendly are off to the woods in a cabin julio i beat it baby you had a you had a lessthan relaxing yes have it had like a really a vacation this weekend was the first moments of the chill i had just because when i was home for christmas i got really sick i've used by gas oh i'm just glad i'm excited to get back to work i'll just bucket say that i'm excited back into the routine breaks like this always are weird rate because.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Uh look forward to a leak accorded and my liberal friends so and they'll after like i was gonna be you know went by the end of the week the i right like are you like i remember when i will be like i'm going to give a speech my family would be like it is somebody going there with you you not going there by himself and i'm like yo for real real abby the safest person in ebit 'cause they dare showing mcdougal damn so go make sure nothing happened sooner only black person at the event so i consider not gonna say it is worth it on the safest person in ed bitch iraq they're not gonna like caffeine to me now i literally had that i have family members that are high are you okay and i'm like what did made in my outlay every ill abroad way to think about it yeah and then everybody's fucking armed and nobody will not be from within any any thing you know what i'm saying it won't be from with i don't have a fear of you know what i'm saying these people but even if your ideology is correct then you should think about the fact that they wouldn't let anything happened to me what like like this is like pathological this is this is the aim is that you have that you are racists that you are sexists that you are for the rich people that you hey poor people you are scared to death.

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"ed bitch" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ed bitch" Discussed on The Read

"Oh no i'll three yell i'll three y'all envy was wrong for asking the stupid ass hypothetical question in the first place impressing duval's dumb asa batted knowing he was going to say something ignorant and then propping jan it's book up like oh hey i know she was just on our show but here's an easy target for wanna do balls dumbest jokes so let me just use this woman who was literally just on the shell talking about the should transport go through in her own experiences and you were ignorant as fuck the into just turn around and you do it again like all here's janet mocked the punchline here's janet mocked the joke like this is a person a real woman who is talking about her experiences an experienced that so many other girls like her half and you just just whatever just off were geno mock split cuts a get the book for me out of that ice acute negga what our was blown by the response fair arm here village wired oh basically they should be held accountable and for whether they're say you saying leg they told him verbatim that he can't say bad and charlemagne's argue mom a magazine apologize for the words of another man in all of this on the style soft said to myself this is like if you the listener at home okay if we had a guest come up on this show and they are talking cash shit about trauma bearup on here basically saying fuck your momma fiveday nagaile kill ed bitch in all of this immediate chris listen up your like don't talk about you and then added later no you cannot talk about killed people's ma i wanted to slept to sit out his mumady up go her picture you she's marini on oh i'm not only kill like this is great i love you abuse yours os du worlds you're going to be from fighting so then you at home what i'm saying is that you have no right to be upset with meat.

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