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Fresh update on "erica" discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"And as much as i thought. That's what i wanted my life. I don't i was terrified. Surveillance think came up in his blue collared shirt. We just turned into footage. Who knows who knows but yeah the police had it. Who cares your cares. What do you got for the cringe quarter. I emailed it to rob but it was coming from. Yeah it's up. I got up okay so fast forward to will go to where this gal. Oh erica jane. I talked about her a little bit on nice stage so if you can find yes she's gonna sing expensive the song or else we'll get flagged for that we can't run you youtube all right so you can just mute it and play this and then we'll talk about why this is both cringe-worthy and he's saying she's saying it's expensive to be may and like a hired all those people and made music videos and she is a close to fifty year old blossoming pop star forty nine years old yes forty-nine just young young but anyway how she gets all the money because it is so expensive to be her is her husband steals money from burn victims orphans. Anyone that was a victim of any kind of huge tragedy where they can the indonesian air the lion. Air that crash right victims now sued. Pg a couple of times because of gas was famous for erin brockovich so that lawsuits on basically. If you haven't seen the documentary or you haven't heard of this the the person on the real housewives. Erica this young budding hop star forty-nine jan forty nine just former out in the world anyway stripper. Yes all of that money from that. All of their videos and everything is coming from victims victims. Abc news did a full doc on this and i i was unaware of any of that. I knew who the attorney was. And it's like dude. He's mom variety and actively famous in los angeles. Yes i did not think in a million years somebody of that stature would be keeping money stealing it from burn victims and shit like that i mean they they. They interviewed all the people You know people's parents who had died and all this other stuff. He kept the money and gave it to this whore and let her live her best life. Shocking is it. Yes yes. I think that men will do crazy things outside of their character when there is a woman that demands would kind just. Don't understand okay. That older white as you call them Blonde woman length diamond dozen. Giorgio will tell you that so many strippers out in the world. You can go anywhere right and when you have that kind of money. Because i've seen it. First hand with with harvey weinstein shown up with a prostitute. That one hundred thousand dollars. I saw it firsthand and it was like. Oh you buy this. And then tell them to go home. Why do you want to put up with any of that bullshit at all at that age like just bang prostitutes and be a sweet lawyer. I don't understand what you want to put up with any of this bullshit. Giorgio has something something say why they want the lie. Who does the lawyer or now. The guy the guy guys to lie. They will not for the money when that when go home. you know. it's for the my exactly right. Exactly right you want them to bend to the will for the money. You want the stripper who you like fall in love with you. So yeah she. She knew exactly what she was doing. She was totally in charge of it. They were at when they got married she. She found him in a bar. Whatever she was a waitress she did all the stuff they got married. I think they were out drinking or at some country club and they pulled judge they knew and a witness that whatever and she just got married right there with no pre-nup and it was just so romantic. Know that bitch work that shit out and he or she is and she just got a bunch of money deposited into her bank account. It is what it is. But i think if it wasn't now look on the real housewives which some of them are the real criminals of beverly hills the real criminals of new york city. Whatever it's a lot of like tax fraud and a lot of you know trying to get over one on the government who's actually fucking you as well so we we kind of let that go but when this is the second housewife it actually has for real in her wake right and so i think it's a little bit deeper than all the other criminals theresa jude is the went to jail for tax evasion. Whatever it's fine but like this is different so fringe corner slash crime corner slash. Nobody wants to hear about china. Dock with you go to jail. I don't think she will think she. Well i don't think she will greer's her. Bankruptcy lawyers just dropped her. Her other lawyers just dropped her after that doc. I think there's things that she because of not being honest about some things is what they cited. So i think there's more stuff that's going to come out and like look if teresa can do it like they will because of how much she flaunted it i think is where she's gonna get time because that's the only thing that these people will feel justified from. Do you know what i'm saying is what it is but anyway cringe. Cringe running corner and Yeah there was a hard to watch. But i enjoyed the shit out of it. Why have to start with good. Stop that face is hard to look at start with someone. Incredible all this house aren't really that great looking. Let's be honest with you. It's.
Erika Jayne's Bankruptcy Lawyer Has Dropped Her as a Client
"Hills. She was dropped by her lawyers following the release of that Hello documentary, the housewife and the Hustler. Um they, her law firm filed paperwork to withdraw as her counsel in her husband's Chapter seven bankruptcy case. And um, notified her. Also on Monday, the same day that the documentary aired. The lawyers are saying that their relationship of trust and confidence that's essential to a you know a functioning properly functioning attorney client relationship has broken down and so The relationship is irreparable, and now she needs to retain new attorneys. Erika Jayne filed for divorce in November after 20 years of marriage to this Tom Girardi right, so the case is ongoing because he was forced into involuntary bankruptcy. These two, according to one lawyer who spoke in the documentary. They are in this together in these bankruptcy proceedings, um, a lot of the debts that they owe. They probably go together. It's going to be hard for her to say that she didn't know anything that's going on. If you remember she's listed. She's listed as a secretary of one of his Elsie's. Oh, and also Money was transferred from one of those LLCs to her company, E. J. Global, Alright. They are accused of really pretending to divorce also that they can just move these funds over to her and say that. Oh, that was a gift that doesn't count in the divorce proceedings so they could protect some of their assets. Yep. So now, although Erica Jean has not he's been a I believe
Pete Erickson: Analyzing the Room for Conversational Assistants in Daily Life
"Certainly see a day when you will invite a conversational assistant as a third party to the conversation and allow them to Capture data capture biometric data capture information. That is sensitive and also highly relevant to doing verification so the conversation can flow freely between the two humans without putting the cognitive load on the customer service agent who's attempting to maintain a relationship and a positive call experience as opposed to like collecting the nuts and bolts You know there's still a large number of consumers that prefer to do banking in person or on the phone Very large. I think larger than most anticipate expect. And so you know. There's still a lot of opportunity to add intelligence into that conversation and leverage the technology a voice to bring it full circle and And so. I think that there's certainly some some benefits there. What erica is to. Bank of america is huge. It's certainly the trend. That banks are if not applying practically implementing like thinking about spending a lot of time thinking there. 'cause there's a lot of opportunity to improve mobile experience especially when you think about adaptability. There's there's a lot of value there but But yeah we'll see we'll see we'll see how much investments going to pour into the space Over the next few years i think the customer servicing and those types of use cases probably be the majority of the investment over the next two to three years. And then we'll see certainly agree with you there. I think. I think i think the customer service the whole that whole industry is is teeming with teaming with opportunity in the in the boys tech industry and there is a lot of focus in that market both from the major players but then also allow third party platforms and developers and folks as service the call centers bases you know stay tuned for a lot of innovation in those areas.
The Stories of the Stars
"In greek mythology. Stars are more than joust stars. A group of stars were constellation is sometimes arranged in a certain shape that makes it look like an image of something kind of like a big connect the dots puzzle the greeks used to believe these shapes represented heroes and warriors that deserve a spot in the sky to be remembered and revered for all eternity. It is a true honor to be placed among the stars but of course stars are only large incandescent celestial bodies that are so far away. They look like tiny points of light. They are not the outlines of long ago. Heroes you gotta make everything less cool. I make everything way more cool with science. scientists use. Exploding stars called super nova's to try to communicate with aliens since super nova's are the brightest things in the sky. They send messages in the opposite direction. Hoping aliens are looking our way okay. That is cool. I admit okay now. We've already mentioned a few of the heroes placed in the sky. Hercules for example era please erica's right heracles. Exactly and today we're going to discuss. Two more characters earned their rightful place in the night sky. Orion and callisto ryan and callisto are rarely talked about together. I do not know if they have ever interacted. That's true. We're not sure if the two ever met each other. But they both were honored by the gods after their deaths and they both share a very important friend in common artists. Artists is the greek goddess of the hunt and wild animals. She is also the goddess of the moon and protector of young girls and women who are not mother's responsibility.
Health Care Challenges for Transgender Youth
"Doctors from treating transgender youth with puberty, blockers, testosterone arrest region and surgery to assist their transitions. As part of a new culture war. Similar bills have been introduced and at least 20 other states. In some cases, doctors could go to jail. Many physicians and therapists are appalled. Like Erica Anderson Ah, highly respected gender psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco, who's transgender herself. It's a very ominous development. It's a bad sign. Have you ever seen anything like that before in your lifetime? No. No. And it zero overreach on the part of such legislatures. Clearly, they are demonstrating their ignorance. And prejudice. At least six major medical associations have weighed in against these bills, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, of which Dr Lee Savio Beers is the president. I'm going to read you something that was said in support of this law in Arkansas, One of the Republican senators said gender affirming treatments are quote at best experimental and at worst, a serious threat to a child's welfare. These air, not experimental treatments there, really based in scientific literature. They're based in decades and decades of expert experience, and they're backed by a number of major medical organizations to let's say there was a young Person and they're on hormones under the lawn, Arkansas. A doctor has to take those hormones away. Yes, And if the doctor decides to move forward, they face significant penalty. Is there any medical rationale for this legislation in your opinions? No. There is not The field of transgender health care has
Digital Body Language for Sales Professionals With Erica Dhawan
"Name. Is erica doron. I'm the author of the new book digital body language and my best advice is writing clearly. Is the new empathy writing clearly as the new empathy. Ooh i like that. We're gonna unpack that a little. But i. i'm so glad you're here. Congratulations on an awesome awesome book. Thank you for sending over a pdf. So i can get behind it and read an holy crap. It is awesome. yeah. I'm super excited for you. So and i'm super excited year. So tell me when we when we talked a couple of weeks ago. Maybe a month ago you said nobody thought this was important years ago and now it's like this. Oh we got so so. Take me through kind of how that because i know that this this is not. You didn't work before but this year. Best work this is really awesome and so talk me through that like when people say well. No i don't think digital body language is important. What does that mean. Why would anybody say that. About six years ago. When i la after i launched my first book. Get big things. Done the power of connection. And i travel the world helping. Ceo's and leadership teams build twenty-first-century collaboration skills especially for a world with virtual global multi generational and matrix teams but as i was focusing on really twenty-first-century teamwork kept hearing the same challenges and questions from groups. Why is there so much misunderstanding. It work today. Why are my teams feeling so anxious. How do we better connect across different ages and working styles and one of the biggest challenges i discovered well before the pandemic was that there was no rule book for how we connect in a digital world especially with research showing about seventy five percent of communication is nonverbal body language. How do we replace that in a world. Where seventy two one hundred percent. Now of communication could be virtual.
Wasps With Eric Eaton
"Welcome to the program erica. Maybe i should say bug eric. Has i think that's what your blog is called. How are you good. Thank you for the invitation. Yes it's a wonderful book. It's beautiful and incredibly interesting I thought i'd be afraid and that speaking of that. I learned a new word the word for the fear of wasps wasps. Maybe you want to pronounce it for me. Oh gosh i. It's latin i think it's seeks a phobia. I believe phobia. Yeah on your preference a subcategory you say of intimacy phobia fear of insects. Which i don't understand but a lot of people have that I think were influenced By so many outside forces that you know it's easy to become anti-homophobia even if you don't start off that way yeah so can we define what you as. An entomologist think that a wasp is. Because i don't think you just mean the guys in the paper nests on my back porch eaves or hanging in the crab apple branches in the backyard that i come upon and go. I don't think that's all that a wasp is so can you tell me your version of who's a wasp. What's a wasp right exactly. The our cultural definition of wasps is is what you just shared. Which is the social wasps that we tend to associate with aggressiveness. because they're defending a nest full of their vulnerable siblings in f- larva or pupil stage that can't defend themselves so they're adult siblings. Do that for them. But the scientific definition of wasps pretty much encompasses. It's trending actually towards encompassing the entire order high monopoly which includes wasps bees and ants and so all all those are traditionally known as social insects but the overwhelming majority of wasps and bees are solitary. Meaning that each Individual female creates her own nest or in some cases. There's no nest involved at all. The the wasp will simply lay an egg and a host and then go on to do that. Repeatedly
US Economy Rebounds as Pain Caused by Pandemic Eases
"And growing jobs. The government this morning gives us some real numbers on where things stand. Here's He's Erica Turkey. 2021 started with an economic bang as the country started to shake off the effects of the pandemic, The Commerce Department said. Gross domestic product jumped by a 6.4% annual rate in the first quarter, and the Labor Department said there were fewer people applying for the first time last week for unemployment benefits. Weekly jobless claims dropped to a pandemic low 553,000, the lowest level since March of 2020 vice president Kamila Harris, telling Good Morning America that the president is committed to pulling the country back from the pandemic. And he said last night that jobs will be the key to doing that to the work that he has been doing and the words of
US to Investigate Louisville Police
"Says it will investigate the Louisville Metro Police Department and the city's government. More than a year after the police killing of Rianna Taylor, Stephanie Wolf of member station W. FPL's more. The investigation will seek to answer the question whether Louisville Metro Police routinely used excessive force or violate constitutional rights. Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher says this is a good thing for the city. Good officers will welcome this announcement and see it as an exciting time to be part of reform and transformation. The people of Louisville. Know that you are the ultimate winners of this review. Louisville Police Chief Erica Shields said She also supports the investigation. News of the Louisville investigation comes less than a week after the U. S attorney general announced that his office would review the Minneapolis Police Department. For NPR
Biden Appoints Erika Moritsugu to Asian American Liaison Role
"By the way, the bonding administration is appointing a member of the Asian American community to a new role to help address a growing surge in hate crimes and biting today will announce the appointment of Erica more to go as deputy assistant to the president. An Asian American and Pacific Islanders senior liaison Thea Point Mint keeps a promise the president made on March 30th. Along the rise of anti Asian hate crimes. The move comes after Senator Tammy Duckworth's threatened to vote no on any non diverse administration nominees. Buying along with Vice President Harris will meet with members of the Congressional AP I caucus just as the anti AP I hate bill cleared the
Nonprofit newsrooms turn rivalry into revenue stream
"Chrissy back is the managing editor of the chronicle at duke university and erica. Peril is the general manager at the daily tar heel at the university of north carolina. They're newsrooms teamed up to create the rivalry challenge around the annual duke. Unc basketball game. They were able to turn it into a revenue maker for both nonprofit newsrooms. They wrote about it for api's better news initiative and they're here today to talk about it krissy and erica. Welcome to better. News aims for happiness. We're excited to be here. Thank you so first of all. Tell me a little bit about yourselves. How did you get interested in journalism. And and how you ended up at your current roles into respective colleges chrissy. Why don't you go first. Well i actually started the daily turkey alami. Unc grad and. I worked on the job as the student. And actually erica was the student editor when i came back to be the director so i've always been on the business side and i love my experience in college so much that i took my j. school degree and i stayed in college media so eleven years at the daily tar heel a few other things in between. But i've been here duke at the chronicle for twelve years. Now how about you orca. Well as chrissy said. I was a student editor at the daily tar heel. During my undergraduate days it was a transformative experience for me in terms of journalism. In that kind of being my calling. I spent about ten years as a reporter mostly at the charlotte observer covering local news and then came back about ten years later to the daily tar heel as the newsroom adviser much like christie was saying i really wanted to give more students kind of the experience and the opportunities that i had a student. And that's what appealed to me about becoming a professional staff member in college media. I spent nine years as the newsroom adviser. Mostly focusing on newsroom. The last three and a half years. I've been the general manager which is a a more comprehensive role that oversees the nonprofit that publishes the daily tar heel.
Biden's gun control executive orders could cause surge in gun ownership
"There be a rush on guns? That's the question after President Biden announced a half dozen executive actions to combat what he calls an epidemic and an international embarrassment of gun violence in America at George Guns that Hood River owner Erica Bell says she seen some business. In response to the president's announcement of executive actions to combat gun violence, including action on Ghost guns, which are also called 80% Guns. I've had a couple people come in, and that was the 80% people that we're looking for those, but it was just more so afraid of what's gonna happen and be available and they want them before. They're not available. One patron telling me that think Biden's one of the best gun sales whenever he says this cell phone is starting to go off about the issue. I've already had. People in my family column is asking questions about what this Biden order is going to do. And if we should go get eight percenters before their outlaw Blake Allen for CBS News Hood River Organ.
"erica" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Say this. Your great really weird so yeah and when did you shoot it. I july. Oh wow that was like that was really early on with everything. You didn't waste any time. Well yeah because we were initially supposed to do it. April as part of tribeca it was gonna be part of tribeca and the funny part. The joke on me part is that when they first brought it to me. I looked at the venue. We were gonna do the special in new york. And i told my manager like. I don't know the ceilings. Look a little high so good news. Is we take out the ceiling. Completely ceiling is the sky. Is that okay for you. Okay okay. i'm sorry. I didn't mean for the notes. You're so right though. I like the i think people who don't who don't really understand like all of the elements that really go into a comedy show like what really make a comedy show work and you're so right like tall ceilings are tough they're willing. You really need like kind of a low ceiling disorder just so all the jokes can just sorta skim off the seat just like create a little atmosphere but people but you don't want it to be like out in space that's great about that ogden club. the wise guys ogden club. The ceiling is pretty hot. Low on same with acme comedy club Pretty low ceiling. yeah. I often wonder if it has something to do with the fact that comedy like comedy should feel a little like a speakeasy in a way like. Oh what are we you know like. Sometimes when clubs are too nice it can be a little tough. Because i think there's i think that's why meltdown work because in the back of a comic book store like you know there were big posts in the middle of the room. The ceilings were super low. Like it shouldn't have. It was almost like snuck into this back room. And now we're telling jokes and yeah it feels how it feels more intimate like you feel like you're sharing an experience that's exactly right. Yeah and that's that can dissipate when you have like a really tall but it but you felt you feel good about like. When did you do the show. One time or two terms or how good at once and so. That was tough. You know because there are a few things. I will admit i wish i did differently but i'm sure that's normal. You know certain things. I think i wouldn't have done. Had it not been a drive in just a few. Little weird habits crept in where i was like. Why did i say that. Or why did i do that so i don't know i think i think it's a really cool thing because it will always be a time capsule of this moment. Yeah that's true. And i don't think a lot of other. I don't know how many other people did specials that way. But i can't imagine if anyone else that it was that many like it's going to be a real special thing. Yeah that makes me feel better known so again that i'm just i'm so impressed Because when i heard that When your name came into the show and she did this was like oh my god. I love to have route because you did at midnight..
"erica" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I. I was obsessed with that game when i was a kid. I can't remember what it was called but it but you would make the paper things and then yeah you would. You would say which it is like a topic or something. Yeah in the wall or the men and then a friend of mine had an old friend of mine had a joke about it where you go through like nine steps in then you to open up the last thing that it'd be like fuck you you know and that to me felt like what you just described or like all these things and i'm surprised at some gate agent didn't just come and everyone off and go fuck you guys and then they just leave you on the tarmac and then that's it you know basically that's what it felt like. It was horrible. So yeah you're not missing out with the travel wise guys. Yeah that's a fun club it. It's favorite clubs. They used to there was one that was just out of the center of town a little bit and it was like the club was really kinda like a conference room but then the last time i was there a few years ago it was like a real and that room was fun too but this but this room was like a nice little dinner theatre club. Really wendy deal when you do it. Have you done ogden. I don't think i've done ogden. I did the one. That's kind of more in the center of town. Okay the downtown one. Just so yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah but i miss that club. And i miss. What are your favorite clubs. I missed comedy. Works in denver acme in minneapolis. I think you may be your last album at helium. i'm guessing yes. I love helium helium great. Yeah i had done one. Show there when i decided to do my album there. I had one good show. And i was like that's it. I'm doing my album there. And then then i was like wait. That might have been just a lucky night but out. Yeah orla gosh erica. There's so many things that i want to talk to you about because i read is it showed you charro ideal. I have it right over. There and your mother was a violinist. Yes i am so. Of course we'll talk about comedy. But i you've been playing cello your entire life. I have but i have to say. I take very long breaks now. But you've but but when you start when you're a kid it's always just in your muscle memory right. that's true. yeah. I'm so jealous of people who started an instrument when they were young because i started as a very grown adults and i find it thoroughly. I love it but it's very frustrating. You play more than one instrument. I forget. I mean. I play a guitar piano. You don't play trumpet. You know but that would be great. Why do think you okay. So one time. I saw you at At the meltdown trump. A joke now. I don't think so. I you must have been talking about guitar then or i mean you know who knows because that was such a fun loose room that there could have been like a trumpet just sitting. There could have been a trumpet prop. You know i'm thinking you said something about trumpet at some point but it might have just been that you're talking about an instrument wasting my time on the two wrong instruments and trumpet. Stand up trumpetist. Are there but deer trumpetist. Actually that's a really trump is trump is now trumpets.
"erica" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Matthew line ham who is at 'em line ham art on instagram. So head over to the exclusive and dog shirt and dot com and sign up for email list. While you're there so you can find out about such things. So you don't have to hear about him in the intro of podcasts and whatnot Let's talk about you. The community cork board like erin. Who writes i just want to share this great card game jianye created not to be confused with which is the name of the game is a fast paced semi strategic game. That encourages you to be a know it all in front of your friends and family if you enjoy card games or name all the members of that. One band or having encyclopedic knowledge of people's names or if you just a lot of different names from history literature movies television. Please help this game become a reality. We think you'll enjoy it as much as we do. It's on kickstarter. And the short link is bitterly slash. Not dash confused. Thank you erin. Well done events that dot com for anyone else wants to share the thing. This episode is comedian. Erica rhodes who i met. She did midnight a bunch super funny super cool and nice and She has a new comedy special out called levy and roads Which was done. A during the pandemic actually outside In kind of a drive-in configuration at the rose bowl in pasadena and that is coming out april thirteenth on Comedy dynamics and it's just so inspiring to see that. Erica was out there making comedy. During the pandemic i have not made any company during the pandemic so really impressed and inspired by the comics who have and also just excited that things are starting open back up. I might actually have a tour dates soon. Erica definitely has two dates That you can go check out so Look for her Erica roads fantastic. Guests really great comedian on the podcast. Fifteen which we begin right now role thing initiate pro golden. How are you doing..
New York City Subway Ridership Exceeds 2 Million Straphangers
"If you ride the subway, you've noticed it's looking a bit busier down there as the slow recovery continues. Here's correspondent Erica Turkeys subway surpassed two million daily riders this week, the highest single day total since the pandemic started. Bus ridership has steadily been over a million people a day in recent weeks. Overnight cleaning is going to continue, though, the transit authority said it's looking for guidance from the centers for Disease control to see what will be required as the infection rate ebbs. But at two million subway ride today, that's still only about 35% of pre pandemic
LG to Stop Making Smartphones After Years of Losses
"The South Korean firm had been looking for a buyer for its phone business. Algae is the third biggest in the U. S, with 10% of all smartphone sales marketplaces, Erica Barris reports. Less than 10. Years ago, L G was one of the top three smart phones out there. But the company has suffered from software and hardware issues such as a foldable phone that fell apart. Algae has had nearly six years of losses. That total around $4.5 billion as losses piled up. LG attempted to sell part of the business, but that fell through. In a statement, The company said its decision to leave the quote incredibly competitive mobile phone sector will allow LG to focus on other areas such as Elektronik vehicle components. Smart home devices and artificial intelligence. What does this mean less competition When it comes to smartphones, it'll further open up the market for Samsung and Apple. Other device makers like Nokia and BlackBerry have also given up making smart phones over the years. America. Barris for Marketplace.
Latest weekly jobless claims fall to 684,000, lowest since pandemic began
"A BCS Erica Turkey. 684,000 people filed for the first time last week for unemployment that's historically high. But the first time since the pandemic began, the number of weekly jobless claims has dropped below 700,000. There are about 19 Million Americans, claiming some form of government jobless aid. But too many economists. This is a sign of Things picking up his vaccinations and loosening of restrictions encourage growth. By an administration to spend $10 billion on getting the vaccine. Underserved communities is
The Mysterious Case of Lori Erica Ruff
"Erica. Rough had been acting bizarre in the months prior to her death in two thousand ten but that was pretty standard. And i have some opinions on the husband without knowing a minutes get might be passing on a little bit of judgment and i could be very very wrong. But they had recently separated And she you know for years was just strange in many many ways it more than just personality quirks. Some things you can do. She wouldn't let or she was apprehensive about leading members of not her family because her family is not in the picture Her husband blake his family. She's like i don't want anyone holding our daughter and set for you and i Which is weird. Because it's the only family that was involved. Was his family jazz. Kind of like an island unto herself. It's very odd when she was in her forties. So pretty you know. When around the time that she died she wanted an easy bake oven for christmas. that's very odd and i think it's not a ironic quirky out or it's a collector's item. That she's trying to collect now girl toys. It was that's what she wanted as a gift for us to have. One nacho chip melting cheese on one chip or one little like bundt cake little dollhouse bundt cake and she can affinity for only like being in a situation. Like i'm gonna take a nap and we just kind of peace out and just which listen. I resonate jealous absolutely. Yeah i mean. There's plenty like i don't want to be here anymore. No i wish. I wish i had the courage so you i'm gonna gonna. I'm gonna give that one to
Boulder shooting victim: Kevin Mahoney, his daughter’s hero, killed in mass shooting
"Connection to yesterday's tragic shooting in Colorado. KFBK is my glory, explains the California daughter of the man killed in the mass shooting incident in Colorado is calling her dad. Her hero. Erica Mahoney, news director for a radio station in Pacific Grove, California, confirmed her father, Kevin Mahoney, was one of the victims and said she is heartbroken in a Twitter post. Mahoney says she's thankful her 61 year old dad could walk her down the aisle last summer on her wedding day. She also revealed her dad would have been a grandfather soon as she is expecting a baby girl later this year. Honey also thank the police in her hometown of Boulder for the kindness they have shown in dealing with a terrible tragedy. No motive has been established yet in Monday's shooting that killed 10 people, including Boulder Police Officer Mike Lory
Maryland basketball defeats UConn, 63-54, advances in NCAA Tournament
"The Maryland Terrapins, the 10 seed in the East region, defeated seven seed Yukon 63 to 54. Erica Yellow lead the Terps with 23 points. The junior guard speaking postgame bonuses games. We definitely wanna, you know, play Maryland basketball. Um, you know, coasters and emphasize that a lot this year just Uhh. You're not really wearing about so much the other team. You know, we do. Scott reports we prepare, you know, but it's really about being the best Maryland team We could be. You know, we locked in defensively, We're moving the ball. No offense, you know, get a good shot for the team. You know things will work well for us. Maryland will take on Alabama and second round action
The U.S. Has A History Of Linking Disease With Race And Ethnicity
"Okay. So today we're talking about the suspicion and harassment of asians and asian americans as the krona virus spreads and this kind of fear actually has a long history in the united states right gene a very long history and actually what we learned from. Eric lee is that the seeds of this discourse of china and asia being unsanitary and crowded those seeds were planted long before chinese immigration to the us the teeming hordes of millions living in health and then as americans who travel to china and then came back to the united states. They spread those ideas. Unfortunate the own brand for the us low so right in the mid eighteen hundreds you have the first waves of chinese immigrants coming over to find fortune in the california gold rush and they also become a source of cheap labor working as farmhands building railroads etc and eventually this becomes a source of tension. Exactly so when the domestic economy takes a downturn different immigrant groups start competing for these previously undesirable jobs and you start seeing harassment even massacres of chinese workers but erica says that the idea of chinese immigrants being dirty and disease. That's still with us. We know from the very beginning As americans in general are starting to debate the so-called problem of chinese immigration. They are explicitly tying china chinese people chinese spaces with disease and contagion. Historians have shown that the rhetoric is about chinatown as plague spots as pools of laboratories of infection. Erica says that way back. In the late nineteenth century we really started to see specific policies that reflect this thinking around chinese as a threat to public. Oh okay give me an example of that. So erica told us about quarantine that happened in one thousand nine hundred in san francisco when the discovery bluebonnets plague in chinatown Bannock plague that's a potential deadly bacterial. Disease the black death right. People believe rats. Broad across the pacific steamship was unlikely. Source of the disease. Erica says san francisco officials at the time. Saw the chinese immigrants as vermin infested. So all of chinatown was placed under quarantine. And there were these periodic. Campaigns to quote disinfect chinatown flooding basements in that district with acid washing the walls with lie tearing down old buildings that rhetoric by the way erica says has been applied to a lot of immigrant groups throughout history but there is a particular way in which it has been racialized with chinese chinese as dog eaters as eaters of weird and strange animals including rats and mice and that they if they are eating and consuming rats that are known to spread disease than chinese people as a race are also carriers of disease so what happened then was. San francisco's quarantine. So the plague became racialized blamed on a group of people. The city ordered an immediate quarantine of chinatown with orders to remove all whites from the affected area so so white. Residents of san francisco were ordered to leave chinatown but chinese people could not. It's such an intense thing to know and accept this history and realize it's been with us for a really long time. It's been with us. And we haven't really grappled with all of this of course is happening against the backdrop of the chinese exclusion act which was passed in eighteen. Eighty two and it prevented chinese laborers from entering the united states. Which this time of heightened anti-chinese rhetoric and sentiment that law would actually mark the first time the u. has banned the immigration of an entire ethnic group. So when you and your co hosts shreen. Marcel marashi spoke to eric harley. Eric told you a very personal story about her grandfather. And what happened to him when he immigrated to the us and it's really relevant to what we're talking about today so erica's grandfather came to the us through angel island right angel island. It's the ellis island of the west coast. It was in san francisco bay and there was this whole special system of scrutiny for chinese immigrants in particular so erica's grandfather like so. Many chinese immigrants angel island was pulled aside and inspected separately from other asian immigrants because people believe that chinese immigrants were carriers of disease. What a way to come into a country and she said that her grandfather never told her that story directly but she was interested in it and because she's historian she actually took the records of her grandparents interogations and specifically. She found her grandfather's medical exam from angel. It was it was nothing like anything. I've read before. Immigration officials ordered my grandfather to be subjected to the most invasive medical exam that i've seen in hundreds of these records so they had the medical doctor at angel island examined him for for diseases but also to measure every aspect of his body. His teeth his his genitals his. You know it's a his height to determine what age he was to determine weather his claim of being seventeen when he was immigrating was actually true and they included just all of these detailed notes in a record and it was. It was quite shocking to read. That's really just I mean i hear the story. And i think it's important at a time like this to hear stories like this so We've been talking specifically about chinese immigration but as you mentioned earlier this history of public health and hygiene efforts and how it gets mixed up with race and ethnicity. It's also happened to other immigrant. Groups right i mean. This is something that erica talks about a lot in her book which is of course about xenophobia in the united states but it wasn't just chinese immigrants who were being targeted in this way. I mean if you look at what was happening around the same time on the southern border mexican immigrants. The us were being treated very similarly. This is one of the ways in which to phobia works. It's it uses an already existing playbook certain immigrants are are threats there there threats because they bring crime also because they take away jobs but also because they they are starting genetically carriers of disease. And surprise american policymakers setup immigration procedures for mexicans. That looked a lot like what was happening to the chinese. On the west coast and when mexican immigrants arrived across the border they were routinely subjected to invasive humiliating and harmful disinfecting baths using pesticides to route out laos but also to cleanse mexican people's their clothing and their baggage before entering the united states. I mean just the fact that mexicans were seen as carrying disease in the same way that chinese were and that this pattern is repeated. Is really interesting. This is much harsher. Then what happened at ellis island where european immigrants certainly faced scrutiny. But the the medical exams were known as six second physicals and chinese people in particular. Still carry around that stigma. And we're seeing that procession playoff when it comes to corona virus. Absolutely i you know. We're exile eighty and fear out there right now about getting sick. That is getting tangled up in this legacy and you know. I'm picturing who are listening to this and they're thinking yes. This history is real. I know this sounds really bad. But i'm just worried about eating at a chinese restaurant gene and emily just buried and i i just. I'm worried about sitting next to someone who is asian. what do i do. That's not how disease works. We actually put this question to erica and she said With each headline with each new case with each new bizarre choice of photo for a new story lines the flames of anxiety right now in the us but racist scapegoating and outright discrimination does not have to accompany the things. It is an unfortunate echo of the past. 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"erica" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"We need to have those Enhancements in the grid so that what happened in texas does not happen in north carolina. And we don't want it to happen anywhere else. In our nation that was just appalling and unconscionable is because we did not prioritize A a clean energy mix and the great enhancements in alternative energy. that wasn't done in texas. We can no longer continue to rely on big oil. Yes absolutely well. If our listeners want to make sure that there is a black woman in the us senate once again and that democrats can continue to to build the very slim majority that they have right now. How can they help your campaign. Well they can help our campaign by following us. Is erica for us. Us cnn on twitter. And it's erica. For us as my website. Www eric for us dot com. So we're excited. Because north carolina has an primary and we have a primary in march of twenty twenty two. We have started early because we have to bill. Those coalitions Until a lot of people takes money to get the word out to get voted out into registered voters. And if you don't have a lot of money they'll give me a lot of money but a little bit of money here and there you can do recurring donations. That will be great and kelly. I just want to stress as we shared. Last time is important. For democrats to stop seating the moral vote or the religious vote. And i am as an ordained minister as we saw what senator ravioli one was able to do. It's important that we elevate men and women of honor character and integrity. Who will put the people i. I don't take a dime of corporate pack money or Fossil money. In order to do that i have to run a grassroots campaign reaching out to grassroots donors to lift it up Lift me up. Because i be beholden to the people who send me to washington dc. They already have enough senators working for the special interests and the corporations. I'm working for the people of north carolina and the people of this nation. The workers those of us who work so hard and what our piece of the opportunity. That's available for every american absolutely. Well i love that. And i am so excited that you're running again and that you came back to speak to me again. Thank you is so good to be with you take care..
"erica" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Hi everyone this is. Kelly and this is too broad talking politics and i am excited to have on with me. A returning guest a with me. Today is erica. smith who is running for. Us senate from north carolina in two thousand twenty. Two hi erica. Hi good evening. How are you yeah. I am delighted to have you back. I looked back in last time we talked was not quite two years ago so the whole world has changed since then yes. I believe we talked in the fall of twenty nineteen. i believe. yeah yes. That's uncertainty twenty twenty primary in north carolina. It's always early. It's march right. Yeah yes so. You ran In twenty twenty in the primary against That would've been against thom tillis and now this seat is Is going to be an open seat in. Twenty twenty two Because senator richard. Burr has said that he is retiring. Yes so it will be a wide open seat. And we're very excited. We know a we are well positioned to win this race and flip north carolina blue. Finally yes excellent so just in case our listeners. Don't remember all the way back to last time. We talked to me just a little bit about yourself. And your background okay. I would love to. I'm democratic challenger for north us senate in north carolina. I am a three term north carolina. State senator i represent in rural district in northeastern north carolina. It's a beautiful place to call home. And so before senate district. Three was six counties four. It was eight counties and now it's six counties and so i am just delighted to have served the state of north carolina for the last twenty years. I started off in local leadership grassroots leadership. I worked my way up through every level of party leadership from precinct. Air to county party chair. Democratic women chair african american caucus chair and so had a lot of work doing grassroots organizing in north carolina. And so i worked for twelve years getting people good. Democrats strong democrats elected up and down the ticket and as a public school educator challenged by many of the fellow advocates and those in the social justice arena to run for north carolina. Senate so i did just that in two thousand fourteen. I was elected being the first african american woman to serve this district since the last two hundred and forty two years. So we're excited about that and From there i served in the north carolina senate for three terms and i ran for. Us senate in twenty twenty. I was the second highest vote earner in march of twenty twenty and so i almost earned about a half million votes. It was four hundred. Seventeen thousand votes. Believe and i came in second place in the democratic primary But mary was a difficult one There was a lot of out. Side influence undue influence a lot of tipping. The scale eyelid incumbent. Gop senator thom tillis in every poll all the national polls statewide polls and i read led him by the widest margins. And so what we're excited about is that we have leveraged in pivoted from twenty twenty We are in quite a different place today. So much has changed. In our nation in our state in the last eighteen months with the pandemic with the social justice protests and so we are primed to be the one to take our voices and values to washington dc. Yeah so talk to me. Some about north carolina north carolina. Is this this purple state. Keep she knows where to red purple. What's going on there. And you know what. What is it that that is happening in. North carolina where we see some things happening at the state level and you know that a different kind of election at the federal level. What what are the kinds of things. That are really driving. North carolina voters. What gets them out to the polls. What gets them excited right. Well north carolina. We are longing for the day that we will be true carolina blue and then this cycle the twenty eighteen map was politically gerrymandered and so before that the. Us supreme court found that the district's were racially gerrymandered. So we have a republican majority in the north carolina house in the north carolina senate. Our council of state is about fifty fifty. We have a democratic governor. We have a republican. Lieutenant governor we have democratic ag we have republicans treasurer we have democratic treasurer of state in state auditor. And we have a republican Labor commissioner and so when we look at the dynamics of what we're up against north carolina we are purple state We flip races In council of state it's about fifty fifty but the house has been led by the gop. Senator two thousand nine and since two thousand nine. There have been extreme challenges with voter suppression the redistricting that i spoke about before there was a monster voter. Id bill which the courts termed the was the with surgical precision. African americans were disenfranchised from voting and it was the worst gerrymandering racial gerrymandering voter suppression seen says jim crow segregation so that lets you know how bad it is in north carolina. That's the dynamic that we're challenged with and so we currently now have two. Us senators who are republican Thom tillis narrowly beat cal. Cunningham in november We thought that we were going to win that race There was some certain challenges at the end but sadly the twenty twenty election showed that Every black woman who ran lost in the general election and the sad reality is that we got to have some candid and courageous conversations about support of black women who are the base of the democratic party in north carolina. And we need to have that support and being the face of the party in the upper ballot..
"erica" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Well sixteen allie be non-squeaky confused with ali g. Correct suzanne be henry as katie app. Danielle avi liliana. Joseph see michelle k mattie wags monaco's w markaz. Some new people fun. I appreciate you. Thank you so much for support in the podcast. I hope you're enjoying patron patriot. And all my patrons just when we got newcomers make him feel welcome. Make them feel. Can't wait to have that party to have a patron party someday. And we just gotta wait. Obviously now is not the right time. Now it's not the right time a by the way. Happy holidays to everybody. Happy hanukkah if you're ju- if you're not at whatever. I have a christmas tree. It's not as big this year because i'm alone for the most part. I got my dogs. That's enjoying the house now. There's some joy. Yeah it's nice atra minora out to did you see the minora. I haven't lytton minora lytton lytton. I haven't lytton. I haven't gotten a minora for about. Oh say well years. Yeah no. I won and i said the prayer had to look it up and i was like going to try and do a nice thing and i'm not religious but you know it's like hey you down to saying a prayer and you know saying thanks lord. Thanks if you believe in god if you don't but you know i love all of you and i hope you had fun today and i hope you enjoyed erica. Because i sure did and makes you follow us and all that stuff and Thank you all of my patrons again in all the listeners out there and comeback way thanks to my buddy ryan here yep thanks to bryce thanks to westwood one thanks to That's at thanks to all of you. Thank you for allowing me to be inside each and every one of you from ryan and myself here in the podcast room in my house we love you play some christmas music free christmas music is there one of. Them's going to be public domain. Find it on this one this one. This is a good run echo. Oh holy night..
"erica" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"I'm like yeah. Yeah yeah and i got out of there. And he went downstairs. I started like. I was bawling in the room in the building below and somebody reported that and it was headlines. Erica left howard stern crying and like it's taken me. This has been well over a decade issued. Sixteen years to even talk about as it was so you know what it's good to talk about it now especially in this world where we're talking about our past Learn something valuable from that like. Go with your guide. And if he can't do something or you don't think you show it or it's not your deal like don't be so afraid of he. Just say no. I have a hard time saying. No of my boss doesn't be something especially if they're not like maybe you weren't prepared enough obviously or i don't think you know when i've listened to howard stern. I don't think i was always a huge fan. I was always dying on the show. I guess i was never big enough. Obviously be on the show. But i used to love howard. And he's talking about smallville and yeah he was great and so i don't. I don't picture him like. I think that he had no idea that you were pro. That's what you said you were like. I don't think he didn't know that. I was really upset. And so could you could fake it pretty good. You're strong enough. You're like yeah and then you're you're dying inside was and how long was it. How long was the interview soundly. Kinsley four hours long. It was probably twenty minutes just like oh my god and so now i look at those things in my life and i try to say okay. What would what would i say in response to. That is interesting. Second kristen about myself felt like it was all my fault in christians like you know in scenarios like that isn't all your fault they shouldn't have been threatening to show you their penises like not okay..
"erica" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Of august but do not i'm consistent because it's so much fun. It's funny to go from like kind of like on genie What to use them. You just become a mom. And i have a mom. It's fine but like Thirty one was it fun or was it boring or was it was okay. You know what felt. Like being back on smallville not with my buddies right like was nice. Melissa was super cool. But it out so strange because it was a small while the all the sets were like All of those stunts were like that. You was it as fun. I mean in terms of like the set was. It wasn't really my amlie right. Although his family it was a new family all have fun I just found myself. I took my earphones as duck. 'cause you know what ends up happening right like if you're on the show a long time you get to kind of choose your roles space for yourself. Guesting you sit where they put tariffs still. Sometimes i'd be sitting in there and then they're like china have. They're having their conversation. I i'm sure they're not registering me at all. Which is fine. But i just felt like i was like in their space. I dislike might. You're on my book okay. Mic on retreated back in there. You'll you enjoyed it. It was just like so what i'm gathering. Is this because this makes perfect sense. So as an actor when you come on set and you're a guest star or you're just recurring whatever. It is the hardest job in the world. you are like imagine. smallville were established. I know sort of what i'm doing kind of were all it's a machine and then all of a sudden erica durant's as lois lane jumps into the machine. She's onset for the first time and as a guest or as a guest star at this point we don't know she walks out of the elevator and sees a naked standing. This is her first day on fucking set. It's like how do you feel comfortable. So when erica's talking about supergirl is other than she didn't like it or whatever but she's also doesn't belong in their family that doesn't belong but she's not she's just kind of there and like she's not part of this really and so that is very difficult. Yeah we're doing zion through the roof. No no no. I don't know why. I just like what else navy i was.
"erica" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Thank magic spoon for sponsoring the podcast. I picture you as this young girl singing disney song. Hoping that the yeah to yourself which were like. Everybody has their stories. Jim carrey. i wrote myself a ten million dollar check and then i cashed at one day whether that's true or not. It's a nice story music alice. What was the big song and santa music. Oh god who got a smile plus how about you. Sorry alright smallville. I didn't really know because again. We didn't work a lot together. The only did i noticed something about you which i talked to you about. Which was you had anxiety like do in different ways. I tend to fake it. I had this confidence where i could turn into a confident. Got you the guy this guy. So confident fucking. What an asshole. I'm so i'm throwing it at you so you don't think there's any like you know but i do suffer and i would suffer by you know always doubting myself and always like you're not good enough in like the director like you did the other actors like you. Are you good. Are you going to keep your job. It was this constant cyclical maniacal thakin thing that just was just pounding in my head and so for me. I would do my thing now. You i noticed you were the sweet version. But you weren't like someone that was just like hey chicks about the duma. Let's objects you're you're you're sort of. Was the word tentative non. What's the word. is that the right word. Sort of like What's the worst. I would go really interested so when you certain i constantly second guess myself. I don't know where that here but actually working on that actually at this point in my life which is crazy to say it. You know forty two. I'm like i'm really learning to trust myself and walkaway Going well that wasn't good enough. That wasn't a. I don't remember a sort apologetic. You're always like i'm sorry. Here's what's baffling. If they would've said action erica. Durant's was terrible. Then i would have been like well. I guess that's why nervous because she's just not very good. But you were so good. That i didn't understand why you're so uncertain all these things which.
"erica" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Oh man it's used the discount code inside of you. Twenty get while last was going to put it for a few days. Probably tuesday and wednesday But you know wine glasses and mugs autograph mugs. Got shirts and hats. Just a bunch of stuff and it's really groovy and that's pretty much where we're at here The album And i are are making. The band is called sun spin. It's my new band. Were at the very end of recording. Really been busting are asking the playing stage. It's you all the patrons out there and everybody who have supported the band and Where really stoked to i. I really think we. I think we went above and beyond. We really worked hard and these feel full produced. There's great melodies as and. I just really love the album. I'm really excited about it. I don't expect to be a rock star or anything. I just wanna to do it. Because i love it but my man. This is like a proud of this shit is going to be proud. It's good to not think. I got to be great at this but i think it's great and it's good to have made something this year a man. It's like a tough year two and you make an album. You do something and you feel productive. I think that's that's really important and thanks to us would one for the support and thanks again for all the love and support extra support by patrons to join patriots. It's wonderful it's patriot. P. t. r. e. o. n. dot com slash inside or. Maybe inside of you. And i always text you back right when you become a patron and there's lots of great things on there to take a look at a bunch of tears and zooms in whatever there's just stuff that's it. We got a great guest today and try to get her for a long time. You think ryan that the girl played lois lane on smallville being easy get our an easy yet. I got everybody else but she. You know we're friends but And it's funny because we We talk about it on the pot. We weren't like we didn't work together a lot. No but You know. I tried to get her on. I think she was sky personal and but she was fantastic channel. She opened up and let go. She's quick witted. she's talented. She's funny she's beautiful. She's erica durant's and She's a wife she's a mom. She works really hard. She's hard on herself. I thought i was the only one. Let's do it. Let's let's get inside erica..
"erica" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"ME. You. Better grades. Now is more competitive. I wear you know she was she's. Fidesz. Who has better shoes today Chennai? She has more money me. Stupid give me a couple of years. WHO WHO WINS IN A game? A Horse Erica? She really. UNLESS, we're shooting lamps and she's Dunkin then. You can't you can't do that. Oh? My Gosh? WHO's more of a homebody? Netflix, and chill even if his by myself, yeah me too I love it. WHO's Funnier Erica? She's not he's like. Humor that. Hurts your feelings, but she's laughing, so you don't feel threatened. Me Too I love that kind of. Giver. WHO's better karaoke? Today probably a more. We're both tone death. Yeah, we really are. More of the WHO's more, the rule follower. Should I be yeah, Who's better, multitasker? Oh terrible I'm. I can't do. You wanted to one thing at a time one thing yes. WHO TAKES LONGER TO GET READY? Today? Yeah telling me. What about your first celebrity? Crush? All I know hers easily. We talked about this. Go ahead go. Chris Brennan. You can't. You. Can't. But this was before long time ago. He's.
"erica" Discussed on Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil
"Erica's missing to the police. He testified that he himself had also abused Erica while she was in that house. He alleged that he and the other children family regularly abused her in addition to his parents. He said and I'm quoting. I would hit her physically abuser, fist and belts. He even said he wants broke her arm. He insisted that his mother encouraged the whole household to abuse Luther. He told the court that Erica was often locked in the closet. And withholding food from her was irregular punishment. If she were ever caught trying to take a cookie or something else to eat without permission. She Fed canned dog food. It makes you wonder. Why was nothing legally done about this back then? When Eric was actually there. When I interviewed Casey and Sandy I knew they had been visited by social workers in the past. I pressed them on those encounters. Casey maintained that social services had never found anything to give them pause. Wasn't exactly true. Still, how had no one? Stepped in to save this..
"erica" Discussed on Z100
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"erica" Discussed on Z100
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"erica" Discussed on Z100
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"erica" Discussed on Z100
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