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Three Takeaways From the June 14 Primary Elections

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Three Takeaways From the June 14 Primary Elections

"So last night I'm going into my three takeaways from the show From the election excuse me last night My three big takeaways opening segment was about takeaway number one how to handle the Trump endorsement or or the lack thereof Again don't lose your mind Don't do an Adam kinzinger at least Cheney Adam kinzinger again attacking the capitol police has worked today and the guy's just disgusting I mean he's just a chump in a coward Kensinger Cheney just as bad just awful people Don't lose your mind Take the Nancy mace kem approach and say I wish I got the endorsement I didn't I support the Trump agenda was and maybe going forward and that's how you stay and stay in office It's really that simple Take away number two The most important one The earthquake last night sent through the Democrats long-term election strategery is hard to explain to you It's hard to explain in words how important this is You know I was saying earlier in the podcast how I remember in these anthropology evolutionary biology kind of courses right I used to take that I love There was this concept of punctuated equilibrium not to get too deep in the weeds because I don't remember the weeds that well myself I just remember being fascinated by this It's this idea that species evolve gradually and gradually over time and you can see it in a fossil record right As you dig and dig and dig And then all of a sudden boom Some crazy event happens whatever A volcano explodes a Krakatoa like event and asteroid or a comet hits earth And next thing you know you see this massive change in species It's like this Ellie from that movie deep impact and extinction level event And it changes everything The species changed the composition of life on earth changes Now little dramatic that example but I'm telling you what's happening right now with the Hispanic voters You got it With the Hispanic voters thank you What's happening with Hispanic voters across the country Is that level of Ellie for the Democrats and extinction level event

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Ellie Mystal Claims 2A Was 'to Preserve White Supremacy and Slavery'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | Last month

Ellie Mystal Claims 2A Was 'to Preserve White Supremacy and Slavery'

"Ellie miss stahl argues that an individual's right to self defense with a gun isn't actually provided by the Second Amendment, its original purpose was to preserve white supremacy and slavery, play cut 66. In your book, ally, you argue that an individual right to self defense with a gun was not provided by the Second Amendment, but by the conservative Supreme Court interpretation of the Second Amendment in its Heller decision. You also say quote, there was an original purpose to the Second Amendment, but it wasn't to keep people safe. It was to preserve white supremacy and slavery. Look, Ellie missed all is not a serious person. He's a provocateur who just says things to try to get headlines. Interestingly enough, the National Rifle Association that comes under massive scrutiny and continuous scrutiny by the left actually started originally as an attempt to try to arm former slaves against KKK members that one of the first initiatives the National Rifle Association engaged in was to try to increase gun ownership. Amongst southern slaves, the Second Amendment is applicable to all people of all colors and all backgrounds. Regardless of your income level or your socioeconomic situation.

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Texas DPS: Uvalde schools police chief not responding to investigators

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Texas DPS: Uvalde schools police chief not responding to investigators

"The uvalde Texas police chief says he is cooperating with the investigation into last week's deadly school shooting You Val the consolidated independent school district police chief Pete arradondo tells CNN He's talking to Ellie with investigators That contradicts claims from state law enforcement that he has stopped cooperating The chief communications officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety said Tuesday arradondo had not responded to DPS requests for two days State officials have said that 19 police officers waited outside the classroom where Salvador Ramos had opened fire despite

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Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

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Biden Deploys TikTok Stars to Amplify His Lies

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:49 min | 3 months ago

Biden Deploys TikTok Stars to Amplify His Lies

"Communication strategy from The White House has been bubbling up for the last couple of months. We knew that The White House was employing these TikTok influencers. But now some I guess you could call them whistleblowers are coming out and saying, we were just told to pair it direct talking points from The White House. And this Gen Z for change is an organization, coalition of 500 content creators who leverage the power of the Internet to educate mobilize our generation to create change. Originally founded as TikTok for Biden as a network to defeat Donald Trump, ultimately capturing 324 million views. Now that's pretty weak. If you know anything about turning point USA's ambassador program, purely educational, not political, these numbers are low. But what they are doing now is they're offering they're basically becoming a public private partnership within the Biden regime where Biden is stuffing his unpopular ideas to now get into the phone's directly of your grandchildren or your children or maybe you yourself if you're listening. It says right here that they generated 48,000 petition signatures against Florida's don't say gay Bill alongside a coalition of incredible grassroots activists and organizers. You wonder why some young people are so uninformed and misinformed. It's because the regime realizes the fight is beyond just newspapers and what's happening on TV. It's happening right on the phones. And they're good at it. What's an example of this? Well, let's play cut one 22 of one of these quote unquote TikTok influencers. Outwardly in nakedly peddling propaganda, pravda of the state, play cut one 22. I had the opportunity to ask The White House by gas down the street is $7 and here's what they said. The obvious reason, we're getting out of a two year pandemic when use goes up, price goes up. Now, with Putin starting this horrific fight between Ukraine and Russia, nobody wants to work with him and do an international trade. So with people being scared of war and limited resources, prices are bound to go up as well. So this is a young lady by the name of Ellie zyler 1.7 million followers on Instagram and it looks like 10.6 million followers on TikTok with over 356 million likes on TikTok rather considerable. Just parroting very basic kind of Democrat propaganda talking points. I'm not going to attack her. She's just a spokesperson. She doesn't know any better and in some ways you could feel sorry for her, but she's a typical celebrity that just here say this. Okay, here's this video and I'm going to do this thing and but it goes straight that right there is seen by more young people than anything else. Now again,

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Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson

"LA or Eli mistol and MS LSD today Now first of all our yesterday I asked this question Why do they keep putting this man on TV at MSNBC What do they keep doing that This is Comcast You pay cable fees to Comcast which owns NBC and MSNBC Why do they keep doing that Hat tip right scoop cut one go I don't want to let the Josh hawley thing lie because here's where I need the Democrats to step up because when they try to smear her I need the Democrats to not allow another way You're not allowed to really question katani Brown Jackson They're never going to smear her They're not going to do to her what they do to every single Republican nominee But this guy works for the nation he's a real a hole Ellie style go ahead And defend her just as vociferously as Lindsey Graham defended alleged attempted rapist Brett Kavanaugh This guy is sick and hateful Go ahead Energy from the Democrats especially when they come out to her with this trumped up alleged issues about her sentencing on for sex offenders How is it trumped up Her sentencing for sex offenders has been below the sentencing guidelines in each and every case I believe there's 7 cases In each and why is that She's tried to split hairs here about the difference between those who produce child porn in those who look at it So she makes her own sentencing guidelines

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Saros stops 35 shots as Predators down Penguins 4-1

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Saros stops 35 shots as Predators down Penguins 4-1

"The national predators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins four one and enter conference showdown defense limits you can cycle scored his fourth of the season with less than two seconds left in the opening frame to give national the one nothing lead first J. canceled in answer to the second but after that it was all predators tenders you know Ellie talking to your comfort and all scored as national rolled the rest of the way Norris trophy candidate Roman Yossi notched three more assists giving him sixty nine points on the season extending his lead as the top scoring defenseman the National Hockey League I'm German takeover

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Michael Knowles: The Establishment Relies on Control of All Media

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Michael Knowles: The Establishment Relies on Control of All Media

"The White House was the Biden administration was a catering to some TikToker influencers out there And you know a lot of people laughed at the story Me included I thought this is kind of a joke but when you're done laughing you should probably take very seriously that This is actually a pretty savvy political tactic You know what I'm saying I mean getting these TikTokers is my podcast producer told me one of them this Ellie Kaiser's got 10 million followers to spout off talking points It may be absurd It may be ridiculous It may be a total waste of taxpayer dollars but don't say it's not it's not effective I mean this is really an effective strategy by them to propagandize people Well plus Biden can't get any economists or foreign policy strategies on his side He's got to go to 15 year olds on TikTok but you can reach a lot of people Believe it or not I did an experiment on TikTok the other day I'm not a twerking 16 year old So generally I stay off the platform but I decided I was going to do a little experiment And I did a quick little monologue about the bio labs actually about what Tulsi Gabbard was talking about And I did it and it went viral It got very quickly almost up to a million views And then it got shut down It got shut down because you're not permitted to criticize the official narrative whether it's on Twitter or Facebook or TikTok apparently as well And so this is what the establishment relies on They rely on total control of the media not just NBC and ABC but of the social media and of TikTok as well And it does raise questions about just how free our press is in America But the Biden administration is so desperate that they'll go for anything even if it means a 15 year old spouting talking points on the

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Emotional support or hogwash? Man fights to keep his pet pig

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Emotional support or hogwash? Man fights to keep his pet pig

"A man in upstate New York is fighting to keep his pot belly pig Ellie is a knee high Vietnamese potbelly weighing one hundred ten pounds and likes to snuggle up to wyvern Flack when he watches TV sometimes daily rolls over to let him pet her belly she's nervous as where she keeps working white says Ellie helped him through a divorce and the death of his mother she knows when I come home he's very smart he's more intelligent than my dogs and not in his village alley it's a farm animal and has got to go the ordinance that I facing criminal charges says I'm illegally harboring a farm called which she is not a farm all by any means this case could soon be headed to a criminal trial I'm hoping to set a precedent that people start understanding that the you know these are pets you know these are not something you go home and slaughtering each an attorney for the village says Ellie is a potential public health hazard and if every citizen were to openly scoffed at the village zoning codes we would live in a lawless society I'm a Donahue

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America's Political Left Explodes After Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 7 months ago

America's Political Left Explodes After Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted

"A moment. Of course, the other big breaking story that happened after we left you Friday, Kyle rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts. And again, the beast is wounded. If you're a new listener, I call the media, I call academics. I call Hollywood. I call the I call the big media machine, the Democrats. I call them the beast. And sometimes the beast gets injured and the beast houses in protest because the race baders over on MSNBC didn't like the outcome. They had a very predictable response. Here's one of their stars at MSNBC, despicable, despicable response by a woman named Tiffany cross. Ellie, I'm disgusted at what I'm saying. It's not just this trial. It's other trials, but this in particular, the fact that white supremacists roam the halls of Congress freely and celebrate this little murderous white supremacist and the fact that he gets to walk the streets freely, it lets you know these people have access to instituting laws. They represent legislative branch of this country. What are we to make of that? She's given a camera and a microphone and a platform to be on national television, and she spews that kind of bile of just just garbage. That little white supremacist are you kidding me? And it got even worse, consider her guest. Ely miss stall. This happened because this is what the white justice system was designed to do, all right? This is not a miscarriage of justice. This is justice working as intended for white people. And the way you know that is because of the judge. The reason why I was able to predict that was because of the judge. The judge was in the tank from the defendant from the jump. I mean, literally before the trial, he was making motions and making rulings in favor of rittenhouse. He continued that bias throughout the trial. That's without even getting into his maga ring tones without even getting into his off color Asian jokes. Not even getting into all of that, his actual decision making favored the defendant the entire time. By you. I can't even get angry at this anymore. I feel nothing but pity for these pathetic, pathetic people. I honest to goodness. I do. I feel sorry for them. You know, if a jury verdict came down, and the shoe was on the other foot, and it was a black kid. Accused or on trial for shooting white people. Oh my gosh. If anybody on Fox News or newsmax or what America news or the Salem radio network or sale of news channel, dared to say one tenth of what those people say about this white kid in Kenosha, all hell would break loose. All hell would break loose. These people are to be pitied,

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L.a.'s New COVID Vaccination Proof Rules Go in Effect Today

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:57 min | 8 months ago

L.a.'s New COVID Vaccination Proof Rules Go in Effect Today

"So today, is it today? I think it is, right? So let me get this straight in Los Angeles. I'm broadcasting from right outside Los Angeles. Glendale, California. Which is its own city, so in Glendale, at this point, do you have to show a vaccination certificate? To get into a restaurant or wait so long that is a hair salons, nail salons, the like, that's LA county, correct? And that I believe does begin today. No, no, LA county. I think so. I think so, 'cause I live in LA county not in LA city and I don't believe I can get a haircut. Where I live. That that's my take a look. So look it up. Ellie county salons. Put that. I think that would probably get it cut it for you. But anyway, in LA, listen to this from the Los Angeles Times, which of course is for anything that the bribes people of freedom except abortion. Is this the beginning of the end Kim prince asked during a recent phone call? We have been in a period of pivot pivot pivot. I just want to fry chicken. A Monday prince who owns hot ville restaurant in the Baldwin hills Crenshaw mall, and all other restaurants in the city of Los Angeles will have to pivot again to comply with a new ordinance that requires customers to show proof of a vaccine, or a negative COVID-19 test. To dine indoors. Enforcement of the ordinance which covers shopping malls, movie theaters, beauty saloons and other indoor activities will start November 29th.

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Doug Giles Tells Us About His Latest Book 'Psalms of War'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Doug Giles Tells Us About His Latest Book 'Psalms of War'

"Back. I'm talking to none other than Doug Giles, GI Ellie S he has a new book out called sums of war. There it is, psalms of war with a picture of David in a sling, and who created that picture, Doug Giles. Yeah, man, I did. And a great pilot for an incredible carrier. I won't mention their names. Because they're in the throes of some legal battles over a forced jab. But anywho, he bought the original painting of king David. This is all young whippersnapper David as a teenager, queueing up to put a big hole in Goliath's forehead as a teenager Eric doing what men should do, but all the men are scared. Yeah. They're lining the rim of the valley of ela and they're afraid to confront Goliath because they see a monster that's too big to kill. And David saw a guy who's too big to miss. So, yeah, I painted that. And throughout the book, I've got 30 different paintings. And I've done some incredible stuff on the biblical bad boys of the scripture that a lot of people when they think, man, when they think about Jesus or the apostles or the prophets, they think that they're just bearded ladies. And these guys were rough cussing fishermen that were hardy that they would stare down monsters had stare down pharaoh. And they took all kinds of persecutions and beatings. And I tried to through my art depict them as dudes instead of these pale skin little indoor boys who drink. And or boys I've never heard that before. That is

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Ciattarelli Campaign Reacts to AP Decision: 'Irresponsible' to Call Vote This Early for Murphy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 8 months ago

Ciattarelli Campaign Reacts to AP Decision: 'Irresponsible' to Call Vote This Early for Murphy

"I know I'm gonna be accused of being an election conspiracy theorist, but all I know is that when The Associated Press declared that governor Phil Murphy managed to hang on to his job by a whisker by a thread, and they made the call at about 6 p.m. and the Jack citarella campaign criticized AP for calling the race so early, arguing that it was irresponsible to make the call so early in the counting. Chitter Ellie's campaign communications director Stanley Williams said on Twitter with the candidates separated by a fraction of a percent out of 2.4 million ballots cash, it's irresponsible the media to make this call when the New Jersey Secretary of State doesn't even know how many ballots are left to be counted. It was a surprisingly tight race. That's the way the media describes it. And it's going to be interesting to see how this plays out because many analysts have shed on both sides of the aisle. A lot of liberal pundits have said that this razor thin margin in the governor's race in New Jersey is considered a political victory for Republicans ahead of next year's midterm

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Climate Rioters Committed an Insurrection at Interior Department

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Climate Rioters Committed an Insurrection at Interior Department

"Well ladies and gentlemen there was an attempted insurrection at the department of interior And I want to make you aware of it The Washington compost has reported on this Ellie silverman of course they don't call it an insurrection but that's what it was A department spokesperson said security personnel sustained quote multiple injuries on one officer was taken to a hospital Police and climate activists clashed yesterday during protests at the interior department With security personnel sustaining multiple injuries and one officer being taken to a hospital agency spokeswoman Melissa Schwartz said climate demonstrators were attempting to occupy the interior department with dozens entering the Stuart Liu main interior building on C street northwest Those who remained outside clash with police as they tried to keep the one unlocked door open At times protesters attempted to push past the police line The protesters were here for people versus fossil fuels 5 days of demonstrations by a coalition of groups known as build back fossil free That is included indigenous leaders from across the country The coalition's name is a nod to Biden's Bill back better agenda Now people versus fossil fuels send in a statement that 55 people were arrested during the protest including indigenous leaders and said police acted aggressively by using tasers on at least two people and batons to hit others A spokesperson for the federal protective service which Schwartz said responded to the protest to mitigate the situation Did not immediately respond to requests for comment on police tactics and arrests

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"And it's like no time as i totally. I totally feel that way all right. La thank you so much. Thank thank you brian. This is what a bright spot in this otherwise bleak time so good to hear your voice once. Everything's calmed down. We're having the biggest. Like celebratory dinner out in a restaurant. It might be five years from now but we're doing. It sounds perfect okay. Bye-bye i oh there you have her ellie kemper ellie. We are on. We are so on for that dinner. I just hope it's not five years police. Let's not have it be five years Thank you ellie for your wit for your insight. I always have the most fun talking to you and to my dear listeners. I had so much fun bringing you this interview so please come back next week and joined. Elian i for that dinner. We'd be happy to have you But in the meantime before dinner habits like subscribe review us on whatever platform you see fit. It helps us so much. So thank you in advance and have an excellent the office. Deep dive is hosted and executive produced by me. Brian baumgartner alongside our executive producer langley. Our senior producer is tessa. Kramer our producers are emily carr and diego toppy. Our social media producer is. Liz and our intern is hannah harris. My main man in the booth is alec more our theme song. Bubble and and squeak performed by

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"I'm robert evans. Does it seem like everything's kind of falling apart that's because it is First off climate change is hitting a lot harder than our most optimistic predictions had an -ticipant. And that's leading to infrastructure falling apart. It's leading to food and everything becoming more expensive. It's just going to cause a lot of continued problems and weird problems like remember when toilet paper wasn't available. That kind of weird. It's gonna keep happening. We're also going to continue our lurch into authoritarianism and that can be kinda scary but the good news. Is that win. Things start to fall apart. We all have an opportunity to replace them with something better to build a new world from the ashes of the old on my new show. It could happen here monday. Through friday will chronicle the collapse. Yes but we're also going to talk to visionaries thinkers who have ideas about what could replace who are going out there in the world right now to try to build something better so listen to it could happen here on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Over for you get your podcasts. Saw the finale of the show we come back for dwight an angeles wedding and there's also acuna that we do. Yes cuny a the cast of the documentaries answering questions from the documentary that aired. I know personally. That's when aaron her parents who were in the audience asking and what a beautiful beautiful end. I thought for aaron anyway like a beautiful and to her. Aaron never really had a permanent family like growing up. She was in boston homes. And i just love that. The writers arrange that for aaron at the end to meet her birth pair..

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Have to say steve because he was such a leader and he was such a quiet leader and he was the backbone of the whole show and so you know he was just like hard working never complained kind quiet did his job generous selfless i feel like he's the supreme example of how a person should behave and so it was of course an enormous loss when he left we. Everybody carried on okay. It's not like everybody went crazy but who was it. I feel like It was telling. Can't lee one of our assistant director for those of you just joining us and they'll get it and She said something. Like i think was hurt. Who said that he kept everyone. He was ahead duck and he kept other little ducklings in line and it's true like when he was the gone. I feel like okay. Well that's not here in and maybe you know people wouldn't come to set right on time or whatever little very tiny transgressions but yeah. I felt like that was real. That was an energy that was really you know lost as an office. I feel like michael was we was the backbone of that workplace as well so of course the whole de ngelo vickers. I mean that was brilliant. That ease the transition thought with will ferrell. Oh my gosh right. Yeah that was great when they were in the end. A lot of one big guest stars that came onto our little show that we weren't supposed to have known people right kathy bates feeder that was more than a guest star guests. How do you think that their energy changed things question. I mean i feel like they know. They're all such excellent actors. That it i mean that's an in a complimentary way that they blended into the Energy of the office but on a personal level. I felt like oh. I can't believe these giants are in this room with us because it is such a drab for everyday office and then you have these..

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"I feel like it was uneven. Well then she chose. Gabe was he a better match Who should air and be with. I don't know i don't i. I don't think that was a better match. And i adore that. But i do not. I mean that was a very strange mass. And then i also felt like with jake lacy. I didn't feel that was quite right either. I don't know it seems like she. I don't know who aaron should be with someone like odd but also able to take again. When i say take care of her. I don't mean she needs to be taken care of. But i mean how a couple takes care of each other so i don't know i didn't feel she ever white got her right match in that show. Do you know that. I pitched kevin and erin getting together o. Rien i think that would be a pretty reasonable relationship. I went up to the writer's room. And i said if kevin could mature just a little. There was something about their energy. That i thought was right. It's almost like an the static being and the hummingbird that goes around but somehow still their energies matched in a weird way. That actually makes perfect sense to me. I love that pitch. I'm sorry i wasn't there for it should've called you. What you know what sway. I had in that writer. I don't think ever went to the writer's room. Did you have any favorite moments when aaron really like you know like lived out. How crazy she was i. I love those moments. I loved cafe disco. I loved that episode. I love dancing with mindy and it was just like a weird episode. That was so funny. I love that episode and Oh my gosh. I loved the bus episodes directed by bryan cranston. Brian you remember. We all almost died. He asked we almost were given carbon monoxide poisoning to name..

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:42 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"So you had a number of relationships throughout the show. I mean probably in some ways. You're you're central relationship. You brought up. His was your relationship with michael moore. It's almost a father daughter thing going on in a way as a mentor. Someone you look up to. You'll probably the only character that looks up to michael scott like she never though like beaten down by him or rolled her eyes at hint. You know what i mean. Oh my gosh. no on the contrary she. She adored him like he was. I think an inspiration to her and just like gee was just the top. I think darren 'cause i remember when aaron meets holly. She's just like so. It's almost like she's territorial. She's like this and the lady who's stealing michael's heart she. She's just so skeptical of this woman because she feels like no one is good enough for michael scott which is really funny and it definitely felt like a father daughter relationship. I thought it was very tender. Very sweet and very well written the way they. The writers crafted that whole relationship was was really sweet. Why do you think they bonded. i'll to use your word. I think they are both a little childlike. I mean you're worried about something else entirely was just a word. I just heard that. I said you didn't describe it as child like what you just said that word and now i think that they both are a little child. Like i think that they're they're both odd. And i think that Aaron didn't have an she never ever had stable parental figure in her life and certainly not a strong male figure in her life and i think that she found that and michael i mean just by definition he was her boss..

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Because i wouldn't have. I wouldn't have got that conversation going very well. And then and then the big news brain either. Dye my hair that day. I've red hair. And as soon as they got there they were like you have to die. Your hair brown and i remember mindy. I saw her in the morning nicer in the afternoon. And i'd brown hair in the afternoon and she said why don't you let them do that. I would never let anyone dye my hair like Because my first job ever. They can do whatever they want. Why did they die. Your hair still want no. I think the reason was. They said it looked that this new characters. Hair too close to pam's color. But i'm pam jenna but i mean the character pam pinton have red hair. Did she like chess study. I guess i'm not real good at hair. I'll be honest honestly. Apparently neither mind but anyway yeah i say memories are sort of blurry because i was so i don't know i don't think you can relate to this feeling because like i said you were there from the start but it was just so it was first day of school but the million degree because it was like i already. I'm like aw of all these people. And i'm the new girl. Don't anything up. I did fairly recently. Actually i had a similar experience. It was not such a culture show but being a guest star is a very difficult thing. It doesn't matter who you are. It's tough it's tough. It's tough because you like you just said it doesn't matter who you are because in that moment you're the guest and so it's like their home and so i think it's wrecking to start any new job but when it's already in motion and you're the you're the thing that's being added. It's totally nerve wracking. And especially i don't know what your arc. What like they for the office. It was written as a four episode arc so i felt like okay. This is finite amount of time. And you wanna do an excellent job but you also want to be deferential to the people who have already you know the regular cat like the family. The thirty there right. So that's what. I was going to ask you so when you showed up it was originally just for four episodes that was that was what your understanding was that was. My understanding pam was going to work at the michael scott paper company and they needed a temporary receptionist in the meantime and then ham ended up getting promoted to salesperson. That's why my character which. I couldn't believe that that had happened. But yes that's how. I have always preceded. I think that's what happens. When did you get an idea that you might be around a little bit longer. I truly think because oh man ryan. I was worried that like. I don't know that happens to you. I'm like alarmed by my memory. Sometimes because it can be so fuzzy totaling okay. Few it's bad and like right now. I can't remember if those for episodes were the last four episodes of that season or if there were a few more maybe they added expense right at the end. I didn't find out until that season wraps that they were going to keep my character on. So i don't think i got any inkling that it might be longer than four episodes. I think it was just like okay. Just do this for a month and then get out without missing anything up. I want to share with you. Something that claire scanlon actually told me what clear said was that a lot of people would come in and it was basically a four to six episode audition.

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"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Today's guest is someone really dear to me. I love her and we share a special bond. That only comes after. One person has sat on the other person's shoulders a pool of lukewarm water. For eight hours straight. I mean we all have that friend right. Yes you guessed it. It's ellie kemper now listening back to this one. This was a bit of a trip for me. Because i i spoke with ellie in april of twenty twenty. Does anyone remember something that was going on in the world around that time. No not murder hornets. no not Not running for president. Now it was the early days of the global pandemic known as corona virus. So i talked to ellie over zoom. This was back win. Zoom was still new thing. I didn't even know what a zoom was at that point. But you're going to hear us trying to figure out the technology talking about quarantine. We were so naive back then anyways enough about that. Let's just focus on our conversation. Our great conversation and the great episode. That i have for you so sit back. Relax and listen to the soothing. Sound of me and the hilarious. Ellie kemper bubbling. Squeaky bubbling squeak. Squeak cooking left over from the night. Before m i in the meeting. Oh l. e. u. r. n. Them meeting a me. Can you hear me okay. i'm actually don't know. Can you hear me okay. I can hear you crystal clear god. That's so great ellie. It's so nice to hear your voice. Or i n i have been looking. It's so nice to hear your voice. I have been looking forward to this for many reasons. I mean originally. You know. This meeting is being recorded. Oh okay we got it. And i was looking forward to it. Of course for obvious reasons and now during this unimaginable time it is nice. Hear your voice i know. Are you all okay. Yes we are hunkering down. You guys just decided to get out of new york. We were actually in montreal. When like mid march or whenever everything started shutting down so we were already out of new york. We decided better to avoid going back there. So that's why we came to saint. Louis which is where i'm do you know him from. Yeah no i know. No i know. Janna phyllis all of you guys all of the cool cats have you seen ferries or no because your social distancing social distancing. I've seen i've seen have you seen that. I've seen no one i. I don't know how to interact with humans. Anymore is my family. You're not gonna be weird. I think it is well. We were wanting to person we were. But it's so nice to hear from you. I mean. I've heard the phone. Yeah i just can't believe that like what was it two months ago when we were trying to meet up in new york and it seemed like a very normal like logistics that got in the way it was like. Oh yeah i'm going to be near. Oh great you're flying to new york on an airplane with other passengers. And i'll meet you down you don't and i'll give you a hug and like lick your mom yeah. There won't be the issues. I know exactly ellie. So what were you doing. What were you doing before the office was. I doing okay so i was very little but that's not true. I was doing commercials. That's how i was earning money through commercials in terms of i guess creative opportunities..

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Liberals Like Elie Mystal Cannot Identify Objective, Constitutional Rights

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 10 months ago

Liberals Like Elie Mystal Cannot Identify Objective, Constitutional Rights

"Folks in order for the government. To be in charge. Now I'm gonna tie this all up for you. There can be an objective set of rights for human beings. Try to follow me. Jim. If this doesn't make sense, you gotta stop me. If I lose, the audience will be upset. There has to be an objective set of values and a constitutional republic. What I call on my show off in big our God given rights. But here's the thing. That's what we believe in. We believe in the right to assemble the right to speak the right to practice your religion, the right to protect your family, and we believe those rights were granted by God. The role of government is not to grant you those rights. The role of government is only to protect those rights whose rights are objective, meaning they're not open to a subjective interpretation. They are inviolable. No human being can violate those rights. The government only secures them. They do not grant them to you. That's what we believe. The left does not believe in objective rights. They believe in subject of smaller rights that they make up and throw away as they see fit. You just saw it with Ellie Mestel Ellie Missiles like we need to federalize an army of doctors to go protect the constitutional right in Texas that doesn't exist by the way of a woman to terminate her child's life. He just made that up. But yet when you say to Ellie, but there's an actual constitutional right in the Constitution to bear arms that shall not be infringed. That's an actual quote. L he's like, No, no, no, Not that I subjectively interpret that differently. You see what they're doing? You see what happens. So one set of rights they make up. It's not in the Constitution, the other in the Constitution. They don't even care about it because it's their subjective interpretation. It's not objective. It's not inviolable. It's open to mean what they say it means does that make

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Elie Mystal Wants to Federalize Doctors to Abort Children in Texas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Elie Mystal Wants to Federalize Doctors to Abort Children in Texas

"The cut. I want you to listen to this deranged lunatic. He wants to send an army of doctors. Doctors like a Kadre of like special forces. Uh, kitted out doctors into Texas to conduct abortions because he's so upset babies lives will be said he wants to send them in there and federalize them to aboard. Children. This is Listen, folks. It's not a sick joke. I wish it were. This is a This is not you know the onion or The Babylon beer, Anything. This is an actual MSNBC guy talking about how the federal government is the federalized doctors to go in member Federalism is back again. The left again changes their mind all the time, and we'll get to the smells excitation in a minute. But you know they don't like democracy when they vote for things like saving baby sized federalized doctors going to Texas and start a boarding babies immediately. Here's Elly missed all check this out. We need to go and get women in Texas and protect their constitutionally protected medical, right. And the way you do that, is that you deputize doctors. You federalized doctors you create through an executive order an army a federal doctors who are going to go into taxes and protect the constitution by giving women by consulting women about their privacy rights. And their medical history that by by federalizing the doctor force that would protect those abortion providers from the Texas law, which, as we all all said, it's a bounty system. Only private citizens can enforce it. Well, you know what federal officials are protected from private civil actions by qualified immunity, which I don't like, but you know what? It's time to play hardball, right? This is not go high time. This is go time. So this is Ellie missed all MSNBC deranged lunatic losing his mind because babies will get to live in

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"ellie" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"I know from being an athlete for so long and really been given so much advice from so many who loved me and wanted me to do well. I think my purpose as well as to cut pass the noise and get right down to the signal of just the simple few things to focus on so it will be eye candy when you look at this little roadmap because there's only three things to think about two weeks out and the first one is actually maybe let's go back to play the most playful one. I'm going to ask you to play with foods. That are robust. Just busting at the seams with vitamin c. Why bet well. Here's the deal. I don't know about you. But i know when i put a lot of pressure on myself in the past and i'm heading into my final week of taper. I start to feel a little scratch in the back of my throat starts to feel little congestion. I feel super fatigued and bam. I'm sick with a cold. So i am proactively. Giving your body by asking you to eat foods rich in vitamin c and giving your body a little bit extra defense. I'm helping it out by giving it some protection because vitamin c is really good at fighting some of the oxidative stress that comes from your body repairing itself. I mean it takes work. That's probably why you feel. It's why you feel a little bit of fatigue going into tapers your body's pairing itself and if it doesn't have some of the protection it needs it falls prey to whatever you come in contact with. It's it's a have a natural response to get sick when you are repairing absolutely one so we're talking everything from citrus fruits. Two peppers strawberries. But you also say you could also supplement. I mean and what is that a good idea for everybody or is it district people who don't like fruits and vegetables. Can you get enough vitamin c. It's more or less your personality type right like. Do you want to commit to eating some of the vitamin rich or vitamin c rich foods consistently every day. Or do you just want to cover your basis with a little bit of an insurance policy. My personality type. I'm all about the food. But i also wanna just know that i got at least a thousand milligrams right so i will pop a few vitamin c. packets in my bag for work and just make sure i grabbed one a day and it just bolsters my defense before. I even feel anything coming on.

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Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

Another Mother Runner

02:27 min | 10 months ago

Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

"I know from being an athlete for so long and really been given so much advice from so many who loved me and wanted me to do well. I think my purpose as well as to cut pass the noise and get right down to the signal of just the simple few things to focus on so it will be eye candy when you look at this little roadmap because there's only three things to think about two weeks out and the first one is actually maybe let's go back to play the most playful one. I'm going to ask you to play with foods. That are robust. Just busting at the seams with vitamin c. Why bet well. Here's the deal. I don't know about you. But i know when i put a lot of pressure on myself in the past and i'm heading into my final week of taper. I start to feel a little scratch in the back of my throat starts to feel little congestion. I feel super fatigued and bam. I'm sick with a cold. So i am proactively. Giving your body by asking you to eat foods rich in vitamin c and giving your body a little bit extra defense. I'm helping it out by giving it some protection because vitamin c is really good at fighting some of the oxidative stress that comes from your body repairing itself. I mean it takes work. That's probably why you feel. It's why you feel a little bit of fatigue going into tapers your body's pairing itself and if it doesn't have some of the protection it needs it falls prey to whatever you come in contact with. It's it's a have a natural response to get sick when you are repairing absolutely one so we're talking everything from citrus fruits. Two peppers strawberries. But you also say you could also supplement. I mean and what is that a good idea for everybody or is it district people who don't like fruits and vegetables. Can you get enough vitamin c. It's more or less your personality type right like. Do you want to commit to eating some of the vitamin rich or vitamin c rich foods consistently every day. Or do you just want to cover your basis with a little bit of an insurance policy. My personality type. I'm all about the food. But i also wanna just know that i got at least a thousand milligrams right so i will pop a few vitamin c. packets in my bag for work and just make sure i grabbed one a day and it just bolsters my defense before. I even feel anything coming on.

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"ellie" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

04:51 min | 10 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Easy perspective to nutrition and onto all of her advice. Which you're going to hear in spades on this podcast so get ready. You'll never look at a big plate of pasta the same way again. So welcome ellie. How are you so good. That was i love that intro. thank you deputy. It's still good to be here. Good good well so people are definitely familiar familiar with you around these parts but remind us. What are you up to these days. I mean how you spent your summer and kind of you know. The last eighteen months of the pandemic could get up know. That's a really good question. And i think one of the biggest takeaways and something that i'm really trying to capitalize on is i've just started to play a little bit more. I've done a lot of playing outside which has been really refreshing recalibrating. But i've just given myself a little bit more time to play and so i'm coming out of this summer. Really trying to be creative about hiking. Keep my play alive. But i've done a lot of trail running a ton of tons of trail running back on back on the trails which feel so good. I'm just read rediscovering. My relationship with running again which i love and so. It was really fun to be called in to do this. Podcast about taper tips. Because it's really capitalizing on a robust background of mine. A prepping with nutrition. For feeling your best and really whether it's play or a race really using nutrition as something bad is kind of your sharpest tool in your toolbox. I was just about to say well. That's great so yes. So let's dive radio because the we've got a lot to cover but before we get into specific advice and we want to let you guys know that ellie created a packet of materials. It's called timely taper tips and four of her best recipes. I'm which are linked in the show so if your offer run right now or you're driving or your washing dishes and like mentally trying to take notes..

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"ellie" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

08:31 min | 11 months ago

"ellie" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"To my conversation with ellie what's vulnerability level. You feel about canyon. Oh just the whole thing. Yeah the whole record. Does it feel more vulnerable because it. Yeah i mean it is connecting people. I mean you should see half the questions on here people going you get her to talk about this song because it's changing my life. We talk about this song because it should change in my life People on talk about canyon. They wanna talk about constellations about sweet ever. After i mean it just mine. It just keeps going. This album must have cost you emotionally for how much it's connecting with us emotionally. Yeah it's so interesting that you say that any 'cause i actually wrote a whole other record before this. Okay yeah. i shoved a pile of thirty five songs off of my desk. After i went to the grand canyon and started over basically. Oh there's a couple of songs that made it from that original group. But i was getting ready to write. So i have been and you know this as a seven. We don't like pain right. Like say an i feel like you know we've grown where as we've got another we're healthy sevens. I can lean into that knowledge pain in my life. I've acknowledged are acknowledged things wounds in my life via counseling to work went on in the past two years with sort of found myself on a journey of not just acknowledging the wounds but actually allowing myself to grief first time some of the wounds in my story and i grieved. I think red sea road that whole record felt like a process of grieving with my people and i had never let myself grieve my own wounds in my own story and so as i did that i simply let myself kind of visit some of the places in my story because i think some maybe sometimes at least for me grief. If you don't grieve the wounds in your story it ends up coming out sideways later. Always always always so. That's what it started happening with me. So i was writing a record. About encountering as i grieved encountering the tenderness and the nearness and the empathy of god is a let myself weep as a let myself just breathe in some of those wounded places i was encountering the nearest squad so i'd started writing that record and it was. It was so powerful. So i don't know if i wrote that to just process the grief that i was doing in my own story but fast forward to i'm getting ready to make this record you know we're in like pre-production and the march third twenty twenty hits a tornado. Yes scary animal. Life went right behind hundred house in east nashville and i and then a week. After that co vid we also neighborhood got destroy destroy. It was like a scene terrible scene from a movie and so fast forward to this year. Where i think i may be i. I don't know. I feel like a really learned grief in my own story and so then fast forward to the racial tension which so much of that of me leaning into that story and he has to do with you and i don't even know i can't remember i've told you this or not but you're your conversations that you were having in the wake of george floyd in the wake of a monarch. Was it kelsey snell. Kelsey that podcast. I listen to an it just sent me on this journey of educating myself of continuing to grieve it was so i'm so grateful you were so brave and just kind of well. He was very generous with us. Leaned into that very moment because It was that felt like an invitation for me to kind of lean into that earlier so there was so much that i was grieving on a global scale on a national scale started latasha morrison. I remember you asking you know about bridge builders and you're like well you just mean money you just started groups do geometry rebounds like well okay but i feel like a baby toddler child journey and i don't feel brave enough to start a group and you're like well. I mean been gathering backyard. What's to lose like and so you really encourage me like to kinda lean into that it just it has been but the record. It's so interesting because a record to me. It sounds more like me than ever like like made i love all the other records have made but my dad and a and a. He's the executive producer when dad case and cooling our meeting and our production meaning. Dad said you've always been singer songwriter. Girl always if you can't blame qatar it it's not really for you on the record and he was like but you love so much music like you feel music dance music anytime you hear music like a little bit more pop sounding bad you are moving dancing and he was like what if you let go the guitar sometimes. Wow what. I think that might sound fun to you. And i was like a lot of the songs that i love those bringing into our prediction meeting. What are you. What are you listening to us. Listen maggie rogers record ask the high women case they were just like you There's this girl named sigrid who is on all over my run ellie run. I don't run often. But when i do listen to music like playlets playlists coward run playlist and so a lot of that stuff sounded more pop and he was like what if you. What if you just explored that. And i felt like the scariest invitation. Yeah to to me. But man i just. I'm so grateful for that invitation. And i don't know i just feel it was. It was super vulnerable singing. These accesses other places about voice didn't know existed so oh that it feels like new big. It's been so beautiful to be like. I'll i don't know in grieving personally in grieving. Globally and exploring new places in my voice. I'm like i feel like there's this beautiful thing. Authentic community is really important to me. And i feel like i'm just extending that an record have has it's been out for about a month. Has the response find so far. I've never seen anything. Constellations has over has almost four million streams. Four million streets came. Now i love it so much that one constellations is so sweet because it was one of those songs i wrote with john guerra who i love david leonard who. I love artists in their own right and we wrote that. That's one of the only ones that made it from the batch of songs before we released that before a really i. I wasn't even sure exactly. If i was gonna make another fell. We had written that in november. Oh wow so. Pre twenty twenty back on dark nights of the soul and It was one of those songs that you wrote looking back not realizing how much you're gonna need it in this season almost in evans or being like okay. Yeah okay so. I remember talking to david. Leonard because the the vocal on that song. Amy is the first ever sung it. No yes we re i take. That's the. I take like the first time ever singing the song we just ended up keeping it because it captured such a moment. We have been in this kind of crazy. I don't know sometimes you feel like you catch a song and we were just in the studio. So david leonard actually produce that song because he was just had set up that track thing. I'm just literally standing in the studio like kind of sitting on the couch and standing up singing that for singing it down for the first time like. Let's see if this works. Let's try the whole song and that's what it is fuck insane. I remember walking around my neighborhood in nashville that got hit by the tornado and there was all of this rebuilding owners on the roofs until tim eleven. Pm and there was such vermont for months and months. I mean it's still. It's still happening to people still rebuilding. And i thought man i wanna make a record. I wanna go ahead and release this song because to me. I wanna make a record. That sounds like rebuilding in the wake of a storm. Yeah having no idea..

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Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

Mega

02:25 min | 11 months ago

Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

"Well per us. I'm joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome tom graham. Hey allie hey gray. How's it going with your climax kids ellie. I'm in a bit of a personal crisis right now. in fact i'm just clean of. I guess like i feel like i've seen it goes to something you look like. You've seen a ghost. You're pam what's wrong. Well halley i guess for those who've been listening for awhile you know that i've had to really serious relationships in the past year you've mentioned before i've head mingo kim tomato got eaten by a shar do's and and also Becky buca over. Good about bob and Halley it turns out that mango is still alive. What she survived the attack there was no attack halley. No shark new attack no. She thinks her own death. Apparently she faked her own death. Halley i know so i'm kind of freaking out. 'cause i'm finding this all out because you know i had to. Essentially she started contacting me at my old place right now. Actually crashing it. My jeep set about with. I'm not sure if i mentioned in my class. And so she started leaving all these crazy messages and my old place. Until i'm like well. I can't go back to my condor and so now i'm just like pretty much. Hold up at the duplex and i'm just gonna stay there now because apparently make a ease back and she's alive. She was just hiding out in mexico. And like a love nasa something. And then. what's crazy. Is that becky to buco game. And then she got a like jelly of everything like my kids. Say and so. She's like posting all this trash online. About how like. I don't respect god's house to you know basically get like advance my career which is insane. My crew is amazing. So i'm just dealing with this whole thing right now with. I've got these you know you know. These three people like vying for my attention. You know to people.

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"ellie" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"What is this what whereas the meaning and everything and so forth to in that of course then gives one existential anxiety and exciting nantes. Who what what does it all matter what why do anything and it cetera so How do you work with living. And finding that valuable type of view as something without it being destructive or how would you describe being able to work with those arriving shock waves of terror anxiety. That arose after really embracing that concept of no self. Yeah absolutely. I think the way you articulated is really right. This idea that existentialism to my mind is the philosophical attitude that arises when we rest in the discomfort of not knowing the answer to the question. Why whether it's why am i here. Why did this particular thing happen. We often find ourselves going through the motions in life and then occasionally being jolted out of that jolted out of what albert camus would call mechanical life. And when we're jolted out when we ask the question why we experience anxiety because we experience our own nothingness and suddenly they're all these rich descriptions of this existential literature say from certain beauvoir. The world seems to slip away. Suddenly the tree in front of me seems strange right. It's like when. I repeat the same word over and over again and then magically appears really strange at a certain point it's what heidegger calls the uncanny or une homeliness. I feel ill at ease feel not at home in the world so we basically at that point according to exit centralism have two choices. We've come to see that. There is no reason behind the world. There is no meaning that we can ultimately grasp onto so either we can go the route of thinking that there is no meaning at all. That's the route of nihilism or we can go the route of recognizing our own capacity for inventing meaning. That's existentialism so existentialism is a response to the threat of meaninglessness. By saying it's not that there is no meaning. It's just that there is no meaning outside of me. And that doesn't mean that like in creating my own meaning to make up my own way of being in the world it's not. It's actually individualistic. You could you could. Just you're gonna have to wager that against how much resistance you're gonna feel from this social constructed identity and realize that we all live exactly exactly and so when we say that there is no meaning outside of me that very quickly translates into a there is no meaning outside of us because i depend on others for recognition of myself so in moving out of anxiety and into creating meaning. We invest ourselves. We take what kirkegaard would call a leap of faith right. I recognize that. Like i can't rest on any. I can't rest in a cocoon arrest on any solid foundation of meaning..

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"ellie" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"ellie" Discussed on Occupied

"This episode. I have the amazing ellie. Frith come on and we have a deep in the weeds conversation around her experience of being admitted to an acute mental health unit and the good and bad experiences. The came along with that I will preface this episode with a strong trigger warning. There is quite a lot of conversation around the goings on keep mental health unit around elize suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts. Please if this is a trigger feed feel like you have to listen to this on. Just wait for the next one to come out if you okay with. Those kinds of topics is an immensely valuable learning resource. And i am still so stoked to bring ellie.

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"ellie" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"ellie" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"You know ellie just to recap a couple of things because i want to try to frame this because you've talked about so many good good points on his. Podcast be proactive. Ask questions know that surprises are sometimes at the root of excitement that sometimes the way to minimize failure is is to plan mentally for what could happen and prepare for it that whether it's the future workplace just the uncertainty that comes before us is sometimes the best thing is start off by not being prudent. Ed i love that. One elliott might have to make sure. I do that myself. I'm here in the studio today. With with ellie harrison a business leader marsh and a leader across all platforms at she attempts elliott. I i want to go to play. Said i'm so unsure of myself. I i struggle with this one and it's top of mind in many regards as we come out of. Is we try to build a new ecosystem of where we work. What do you think about. And what do you say to some of the an even know what what label to use. I'll use traditional leaders but that doesn't even really fit. I'll say to the people that are so longing to go back. What to what. They knew they may fail to forget the lessons. We just learned of allowing people to to work flexibly and work from anywhere and and give more balanced the life by by working that way. What do we say to those leaders that that are set in their ways and they want to go back to work the way they used to and they're putting micro-management pressure on others to just go back into the office from nine to five. What would you say to those individuals. I would say falsely embrace change. I think as humans we naturally get stuck in routine. I think routine is very unhealthy. Sometimes sire embrace the change is an opportunity pacino to bring in more of what works while as out.

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"ellie" Discussed on First of All

First of All

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"ellie" Discussed on First of All

"I'm tired of it so I feel so comfortable right now that I'm looking at you while you hold microphone. It feels like this is how life is supposed to be how you doing girl you know. I'm out in New Jersey streets with the FAM- quarantined you know. County is number one for debts and infections for real. Yes so because we're right next near the city so it's been scary. It's really scary. And you can really feel it in the hot very weird. Everything's very weird girl. I didn't even know 'cause I've been keeping up with their instagram. Because it gives me live first of all and I love you and everybody. Who's listening if you don't follow l. e. What are you doing with your life? But I didn't realize when did you go back to the East Coast so so funny story. Basically the last the last three months of my life have been the hardest months of my life. Everything that everyone's going through right now in terms of Being scared of money career the future is everything that I was feeling on a very intense level. The last three and it's funny up my friend. Who's very intuitive like energy? And just like all the stuff she was like. I honestly think that you were feeling it right before. Everyone got it it because I was having nervous breakdowns I was. I was in a really bad emotional place and I really was thinking of packing up and moving back to New York. Everyone's like L. You've been there for eight months and I'm like yeah but it's been the hardest eight months of my life and I'm not stable right now. I was just crying. Not Eating shaking for days on end. It was just really bad so my brother decided to stay with me for five days and work from my apartment but that was that was when corona started to hit New York and so everybody started getting notices saying your everyone needs to work from home indefinitely. So my brother was like I'm GonNa Extend my flight and like stay with you and then I'm GonNa go back. But the day like probably three days before he was Gonna. Leave CORONA HIT LA. I would say for me. I don't know for you image but like I feel like corona really make Ellie realize it was real when the NBA shut down. Yes Yeah I was at this show premiere and usually show premiers like there's packed like so many people were there stuff. There was nobody there and everybody just picked up the phone. Mr Arena by NBA. And everyone's like Whoa. This is real and it's like what is going on see. I'm not even tune into the sports world myself because it's something that I pay attention to. I just saw it on instagram. So I noticed that. Like there's different cues right like picking up on how people are letting this sink in and like recognized this as a real thing but I did. I remember. I saw. Somebody's post about that so it wasn't like me participating it but I saw that it was a moment of recognition like okay. We need to. We need to take this very seriously. Yeah Yeah so. My brother was like you know what this is getting really bad. Why don't you just come back and be with the family? And let's just go and corn team together and for me. It was like I was already feeling really like not great like internally and I'll just like you know what let's go do that so I've been in New Jersey with my family since I've been here for almost a month almost a month now girl and I just saw you because I saw you at the end of February. I had no sense of time March march. Yeah we beginning of March Noah's February girl. 'cause I saw you immensely. I was traveling Komo photo. And this is where it was. All jumbled up because I was traveling I went to Seattle to see my baby brother end of February. That was like the second last week. Yes so I saw you the right after I got back then. I took my hat Austin and New York after that. Yes so so my. I'm telling you I've been having this whole unpacking moment of like. Why did I go like I was one of those that was like not taking fully? I took it seriously but then I was like it's not gonNA impact me. Yeah we're going to take precautions like it was my cousin's wedding like I was like I'm not missing this wedding. And they were even thinking about. Should we cancel and honestly they? They had their winning the first weekend of March in Austin and I was supposed to be there for south by and I was going to be there for like two weeks but girl the day I landed. They cancelled south by and it was like you know what I'm saying like every day was another another So I'm glad you're out with your family because we checked in this is like wow I want. We wanted to have a whole podcast situation before any of this was like going truly nuts. But you've been having a moment like I've been having a moment and we were like commiserating together when I saw you at the end of February and it's totally relevant to all of this that is going on for the rest of humanity. Now you know there's a lot of people that have been going through different struggles but it was kind of like you really in the thick of it and so I was like what better lights to bring into this world and just I want bet with you too because that was therapy for me when I saw you at the February and Yeah I was telling friends that I felt like my own. Inner struggle in the turmoil hours going through with like everything was like a mental emotional preparation For this moment of care and so okay. So you've been in New Jersey for a month. I did not know it was that bad. They're like I knew. I know in general like we know. New York is like a very dire.

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"ellie" Discussed on i tried it podcast

i tried it podcast

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"ellie" Discussed on i tried it podcast

"While you've taken sugar out and then and as you reintroduced different types of sugar again. This observation without judgment allows us to say. Oh this is how this effects me. I'm taking note of this. I mean writing it down because a lot of times if we just keep it in our mind we forget we forget how good we can feel when we're not eating something something that isn't making us feel well but I also if I have this note and I have sugar like it informs me about how I might react leader in powered mies Empowers me to make that decision that I we were just talking about of like do I quote unquote engage. Not My favorite word in this situation. I'm just going to go with it for lack of breath time doing the sugar today or not and a lot of times it is an emotional reaction and in my own life. I will share this summer. I think it had more dairy free ice cream the summer bad most of my life partly because we had family visiting and there were lots of other my own stressors is going on and my food is pretty much. Just like part of my life and on lockdown doesn't change a whole lot these days but it felt really nice to have that indulgence in share that or cozy up with a movie and watch it. But here's the thing I know that it will only take me about two to three days to not have those cravings anymore. Because I've done those sugary set so many times that I don't even need to do a three week one anymore. I just need to stop eating sugar for a week and I'm totally back to normal so it is a process of like every time you'll do it you'll get more information information but I don't want somebody to get stuck in the reductionist or in the elimination phase. Because there's so much more goodness that we can learn when we reintroduce it because that's when we see the interaction of how our body kind of I liked. I like to call it a reset because we kind of bring ourselves back to baseline by doing that with sugar. How when we're back at baseline were actually reacting? A were much more conscience conscious and able to use that information later on to empower US instead of just like yes h sugar in bad or not. Don't eat sugar in. I'm good which is a whole thing in itself but it really really isn't true. There's sugar has no moral value can impact your health absolutely can impacted in a negative way. Absolutely but it's also probably like once a week or something something like that if you are enjoying it and not obsessing about it could be contributing something beautiful to your life so I think it's really important to kind of map that out for people. Thank you so much for finishing that up and wrapping it up nicely. I love that and Eliot. I'm so excited to you dive into your resources that you have and this flew by so fast so we didn't even talk that much about acting but this is what else. Let me recap for acne people. Should I had left a comment on your instagram talking about like acting gas can be a combination of off hormones. Something going on got ways Whether it be bacterial imbalance or some kind of infection Or even constipation contributes acnes with. Somebody's constipation patient. It also can be kind of stagnant liver detox stuff so doing things to support those areas but blood sugar and stress are also huge win so being the cool nothing about when you focus on food first and then blood sugar Is that you actually if we think about stress. It's not just mental emotional because it's also so physical on his also environmental. We end up being able to reduce our stress load and actually have a podcast all about this out may weaken link that Yam people can understand like all the different areas of stress. A little bit. More in debunk. That a little bit but the cool thing is when you start taking steps to support your body through food and through balancing your blood sugar. It really does reduce your stress load from the inside out while even if you can't address all of your other stressors at the moment. So those things are also intertwined doing you know getting good nutrients in that are going to help. Having healthy poops Israeli import when it comes to acting getting that blood sugar staples definitely definitely an amazing and very important starting place. It might even mean getting a commodore from the drugstore and testing your blood sugar before you eat. Eight and then fifteen minutes after an hour after two hours after watching what happens with that curve and seeing what types of foods are really spiking. Your blood sugar. If you're not eating enough they can make your blood sugar. If you're not sleeping enough that can spike your blood sugar stress in and of itself slamming kind of like anxiety provoking situation spikes blood sugar. So all of these things are really connected being able to focus on this like these first two pillars that I. We've really focused on today. They will help with your acting in the long run. Thank you so much for circling back to that. I always like to respect my gas time so I appreciate you calling up on my current concerned but alley. I am so excited to learn more not only again to call out your resources again online but I just followed your podcast so for the listeners who are also trying to balance their body and hormones. Can you please share where they can find. You can knocked with you and work with you absolutely so on instagram. I am deeply nourished underscore ellie three and I kind of In out but have lots of post with lots of information and my website is deeply nourished for Life Dot Com F. O. R.. Her and there. I have some updates happening in the next few weeks. So I'm really excited about those. But you can go directly to my podcast there. You can learn more about a program that I have called the well-woman reset the woman reset is this week. Do It yourself program that allows you to go through all of the pillars that we talked talked about today and make the changes in your life to understand the connection with the hormones amend the action steps ended includes that three weeks sugar reset that we talked about And then I of course work with with women one on one. So if you're interested in that you can contact me through my website and my podcast is called well. Women Radio in generally have every every week new shows on all topics of women's health whether it be specifics on balancing hormones actually have announced your blood sugar podcast episodes. You can go back and listen to that one and I also interview a lot of people on different specific health issues and also Just their experience and I've been talking a lot. What about emotional health recently too because hugely growing passion of mine? So I'm excited to share that with people and like I said if you go to my website you'll see how you can get the balancing the breakfast the site the hormone belting breakfast template into your email so that you can download that and get started without right away and then I have some new. Oh Fun freebies coming out soon. But you'll get more information about the soon if you sign up for that now wonderful thank you Elian. Thank you so much for this conversation. I I learned so much personally and I cannot wait to share this Litho listeners. I am so thankful to be on having me and I'm excited and I hope I can do to support your community and your journey as well thank you and to the listeners. Thank you for tuning in. If you feel call to it please. Rate the PODCASTS. Leave wrote kind review and subscribe see. Don't miss an episode. Thank you in advance for the love as always you can email me at. I try to podcasts at gmail.com and connect on Instagram at I try to podcast. Thanks so much for tuning it tune in next week to hero. I tried.

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"ellie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ellie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And Ellie and one talk radio six eighty WCBS we have to basically create a list of the certain criteria and then go back to the house Democrats to let us have the American public and for anybody in the room Democrats and Republicans will have a chance to hear these witnesses they say January twenty seventh and we're trying to do whatever you want to call it and of course the public hearings get underway next week but what we'll focus here this segment as we started off the show yeah on what happened on the view yesterday on ABC Donald Trump junior and Kimberly Guilfoyle or working for a political action committee to get the president reelected he's got a new book out called triggered that's exactly what is on there over an hour yesterday on the view will be Goldberg and a joy Behar Abby huntsman and Meghan McCain all center left these on the upper arm I would also venture get you could pull for women out of the audience that would be more informed than the four people on the panel but it all kind of went down south down over quickly when they started going after president trump's character and his son decided he was going to stand up and defend his father actually like that we regret.

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