35 Burst results for "Felicia"
Judge hands down death sentence for child rapist
"Almost a year after a Hillsborough County jury recommended the death penalty for child killer Granville Richie. A judge has confirmed that sentence. Richie was found guilty in the 2014 rape and murder of nine year old Felicia Williams. In court Friday. Felicia's mother delivered in a Emotional victim impact statement all day. I regret today is there I can not That would be for him to be hung for him to feel my daughter feels over it over and over. Even Judge Michele Cisco had to stop several times to compose herself as she outlined the charges against Richie. She also told the Little girl's mom that she has been asked to bear more than any human being should A death sentence now goes to an appeals court for an automatic review.
Dallas-area drivers warned against drunk driving this Labor Day weekend
"We head into the holiday weekend. Fair warning. Don't drink and drive. Kor OLDIES Bailey Friday has more for US Labor Day weekend is upon us once again, and police across the F W will be keeping an extra sharp eye out for drunk drivers in Garland. Police say they don't use the term No refusal anymore. They say, probable cause meaning if they have a reason to think you're drunk. They can get a warrant for a blood sample from you. Even if you refuse, Garland, Officer Felicia Jones says driving drunk can cost you Ah lot theorist, the financial hardship losing your job sports prized in the disease that all of those games with more than that, Jones says. Driving drunk can cost lives. She says extra Patrol units will be out this weekend, specifically watching for drunk drivers. So if you're planning to party, Jones says, you need to be responsible.
How People Are Scraping By After Expiration Of Federal Unemployment Aid
"During most of this pandemic, a lot of unemployed Americans got some extra unemployment benefits from the federal government. Ah, flat $600 every week that funding expired at the end of July. Congress hasn't renewed it so millions of people are scraping by with a lot less. In some places. The state unemployment benefit is just $250 a week. Emily Quill worked at a hotel in Oregon before the pandemic. When we talked to her in July, she worried she might lose her housing this week. We called to check in. Well, actually, there have been some big changes. Um After the extra $600 ran out and may savings was gone and those staring down the barrel of rent Dio I decided to break my lease on DH. Move out of state back in with my parents, Gwil worried about racking up debt. I had Great career. I had friends. I had a life there and know they just gave away everything I own so that I could move back in with my parents and still Looking for a job and getting nothing in response. I'm not really sure what the future holds in Arizona. Alicia Gonzalez told us in July that she was struggling even with that, $600. A boyfriend had to ration his medicine. I thought things couldn't get worse. It's just it's gotten bad Within that little bit of time in August, there was a moment when things were looking up. Alicia got a job at Walmart managing how many customers come in and enforcing mask rules that whole day like I was thinking, like, okay, I got this job. Everything's gonna be peaky. Everything's going. You know, we're going to be okay. But then I thought, like, you know, some people are crazy. It's really like a close and personal like people, conveniently, you know, like No, I don't. I don't feel safe enough. Felicia decided she couldn't put her family at risk like that and turn the job down. She's going to keep looking in August President Trump's side in order to divert money from FEMA to boost unemployment benefits. That's $300 a week instead of six. It's temporary just through September, and it's taking a while to get the money in people's hands. Kim Robinson worked for a staffing agency before she got laid off. She lives in Louisiana, where she searched relentlessly for a new job, she says $300 barely makes a dent hat. You know, Of course, the enemy really is going on. Traditional ideal alone could be cool of 300 out. Robinson is still hopeful Congress will act hopefully dio here I'll cry. What? Everything going on in America. They could at least help the American people because we are the plan, you know. Talks on the next Corona virus Relief bill remain at a stand still.
"felicia" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Whole thing you saw them both of them were both drug fueled sex related both boost were. Were surrounded. was different like when you were saying earlier in the podcast about how you how you sometimes miss how rowdy comedy was or how unforgiving it was like when you were like being at the store and you know in the middle of the eighties how crazy it was like I fuck and Miss Sometimes I get it I get, it can't go on like that but I missed how literally it was like. You know. Craziness, it was just insanity in store to have the talent added this last run. HAD TO BE A. Yeah there was too much that stole. Jeremiah Watkins. Jessica Wellington. To Fuck and Moses. A really really really white to think of the spectrum of the store as far as talented. Concerned. Never mind the bill birds, Dave Chapelle the Joe Rogan. Dig about the Friday mom was finding a bond fucking black kid nice. Kid Does the. The Ryan Simpson? O'Brien. Moses by. About the spectrum. That were just coming up Brian Simpson Anna Letterman has had on like to see. Or Men Man Check. The last year has been phenomenal to see her fucking look at that Spectra. Control that thing you had to have management. When the inmates ran the asylum that was talent down that. There was a lot of bad talent. There was more bad talent that was good dalom. and. When this organization came in, they told those people. Don't come around in more. Because Mitzi. Had created when I was the host there on Sunday nights. That was sixty guys from the Kennison. Out there every night. And they were just looking at Bat. You just making us up look bad goal. Goal your time came. And went accepted it. It's hard but it isn't hard right now I'm at the crossroads. Fifty seven on mytalk one. By the time we get to do stand up again. Where am I gonNa Really GonNa be. You know. I mean I'm not talking about you. Beautiful. I know that this three month pandemic has put for years wind damage on my face. I feel the same way I'm telling you right now I saw pictures of Friends of mine on facebook I'm like. We've aid that much in three months. Yeah. Wants to slow down and the pandemic goes away will on age but what aging triple the amount right now because of the way we're living. Living I'm living healthy I'm drinking fucking water I'm doing all right stuff. But I'm mind getting. Weird you know May. I just think it's so uncertain right now it's so uncertain. You know if you if you are blessed, we don't have to worry for your own safety or Yo- needs you. You are completely. Full of empathy for people that are going through so much like think about all the young comics are a lot of people are moving out of town a lot of people you know. I don't have means and and it's it's unsettling like what's going to happen two months from now? What's going to happen? You know that was a matter of fact when this podcast. will be out of. Liquid, Felicia you. said he went through both? Boom booms but you also were went through being one of the biggest comics in the country to not to not doing it for a long time and working your way back to the Congress. So you like joy you're saying, you don't know what's going to happen. E She's Felicia proved that you can not be on stage and then get back on. Comedy. Journey. Shifts COMMIES GONNA shift Commie, my shift communism I do a lot of stuff. But. I'm just happy. The Beast thaddeus. You and I was happy that you gave me advice and ninety four. And Look at twenty six years old. Friends and I love you all my heart. I'm happy you can make onto your last guest. Of Church of what's happening now get out of here. Really. A wrap up to leave them a gem. Next week surprise them. And that's it leasing to go to Milwaukee. I'm going to Jersey and you're going to New York. We will be gone real quick. Before I get.
"felicia" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"How can I work with this girl again? made a rule not like sleep with people that were close to you. That's a bad rule IBM to be around there. Right? That's always bad. Or get it out of the way. But it's just crazy that. I still think those get dismissed. It it it. It's just part of the game you know you go into. It's you're going through bras. That's the way to put it if Sinatra's. That's what he'd say. You going through Bronx, the same way broads grow through. They go through they go through. You know. It doesn't mean she's a slaughter he's a or you just meet people that. Don't really take it to the next level. And to some people, sex isn't intimate. Enemy me. Making love there's fucking someone to some people. It's a you know it's not intimate. You could fuck someone and for a long time and. It might not be intimate. You know what I mean off the space like Joey always makes farming for milk milkshake those girl who, I? was with after Paul for. Three or four months and. I should've I. IF I had met at a different time, we might have like gained actually done startling accident a couple but. was read after relationship and I couldn't. Of going out to eat with somebody. But I I was cringing I couldn't do it. And so we ended up breaking up because she she caught feelings after a while but. I don't Tell A. Patient to thin well, what I'm talking about not hear what you're saying. But what I'm talking about like I was engaged after I got divorced to the sky and he was like a reformed king, you know what I mean like he had a bag of. goodies in his closet you know and he'd be I. Really, WanNa tell you like, but sex was never there was never eye contact in the most. Part of pleasure in another person was there and he even asked me to marry him but that was one of the decisions why? You know I didn't marry him because I said, don't one day because it started to make me. Feel like I had no value because the thing is too. If you're with someone who's Kink you have to escalate that shit, you can't just be like. Your flow. Like more than one or two times, and you've got to be willing to try an arm to that for you know you have to escalate the the thing about it back you know and that's So I do think. It's not always where you heard girls feelings when your weight because it's it's going the other way direction to. Does. That make sense. You, know what? One time in Boulder? I went against my Thuc in. My instinct. I messed around with a Spanish. She was a little Mexican check that A. The TACO stand and we used to hate at. Used to flirt. And then when they brother. Through we the number to the House and I called the House and she answered. We started talking and her and I like. I don't know. We dated Mike. She was really cute. But. She came to my house, I three of four times. and. Then one night she goes. I live at my parents house part time. But I have a roommate. I haven't with roommate. When I go to school 'cause she went to school in Colorado Springs something. Great. So. We have been together maybe two or three times. They was pretty good. It was drug field the whole thing. And then but every time before she would come. She would always say. I'm. GonNa amount you tonight. It was always like. Saying. Like I'm GonNa get on copy tonight she'll eight that. The third time she said something to me, and then we talked in between there was like a week where she was busy with school. And McCall and going. To. See. Again. Because my car wouldn't have made it to fucking. DENVER. Those days. I had a car that was a piece of shit that. The door had. A bungee cord. Collect Bungee of driving hit the Bungee cord a diet the around my neck. You Know How many times I think I'm GonNa took my only go. So I couldn't really drive this was a car to drive. Just around the neighborhood. And I said. She lives. We wait you come to my place on the tie. You're going to love the whips shape. Caused Game Yeah Yeah I know yeah, she was. Talking. And all this shit and whips and chains either thank you I said I'll call you next week in a few hours. Away, while she's still waiting for the Yes she wanted to strap adult. ex-boyfriend light that. Try I'm like, I don't think I'd really really into it. On your one time, I'll talk you'll love it. And she says, she wanted to Spank you what? She wants me and the. Strap on. She was a beautiful girl I did not. I don't personally like I. Did it because I was like, okay I mean I'm just divorce why not right and then but then after a while you're like, well, he's just fucking me up against this mere beat the shit out of me. I mean like. Lie If. I'd be like, can you just give me? I contact every third time. But I could never understand the king of it. That's because it's not my kink. Hitting like he would wanNA time my left foot to because he had a four poster bed the away right? The grown man has a four poster bed. Get the fuck out right. So he would like tied my leg up and the whole time we were having sex I remember this the first time we did it I kept thinking like it was such a turn on him and I kept thinking. God. If. He wouldn't time my life. I could throw some more fucking torque this way you know what I mean because I was like it wasn't a turn onto me I mean. Once you take it that different place. Friends that have. Cakes. One dear friend who has tremendous kings. And when he tells me about my die of at. What is his weirdest king. A mask with Zipper and Clean balls in your mouth and tiny up leather and all that shit. Doing drugs I mean he goes all the way and checks all the way with. Nobody's ever accused of rape I know. Twenty women that day him they've all left on. Great terms. I see the women that he's dated in Hollywood and I just shake my head because I know one time my boy Adam Tyler Ball. I See My boy tied that bitch up to that. You know. Favorite ones are the ones that like go by rope at the hardware store and they're. Not Mother's. Problem I had.
Rose McGowan Claims Alyssa Milano Made the Charmed Set Toxic AF
"There's is daily top. We have so many feuds to talk about today starting with rose McGowan claim that a listen the Llano. made the charm set toxic A. Okay this whole thing started as a political view, but then it got very personal rose accused of throwing fits in front of the crew on the set of charmed rose even says she cried every ten shows renewed because a listen made the set. So toxic in a statement to news listen. Milano said hurt people hurt people commenting any further doesn't align with my wellness plan we have not yet heard back from rose or or Warner, brothers, which produced charm. So a lot to unpack here. Again, it started off very political was a Democrat argument but then rose went there why he thinks she went there to bring charm to behavior. Look, hold. One hundred percent and if we're fighting and I'm holding a grudge against somebody I'm pulling out every receipt I don't care it. One Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, nine, hundred. This is an audit. We're going to have this fight whether you like it or not. I guess that's true and also she's trying to discredit a list right? That's her way of saying like you shouldn't. You can listen to. Elissa because she's not as relatable as you think because listen to this she may two hundred thousand dollars a week on charm and was still throwing right she didn't get paid enough. It's like a way to discredit. I don't know. That is also. To your argument, sometimes, people will buy into that and be like absolutely. You know what? She's right rose you. If she's FELICIA's really as bad as you say that I'm listed work she says, but then other people can see right through that to say like obviously you have a grudge obviously, you don't like her you've made that very clear. You said it in an interview you do not like or. Do we really trust your opinion because it's obviously very biased. I just feel like this has become somewhat sticky with rose like we can just expect her to just go off and sort of sale of these things and quite frankly does anybody really care twenty years later if the listen. Milano through set like threw a fit onset of charms like I just don't think that's relevant to the conversation like none of us were there. None of us really really cared that much about how she behaved obviously, you want to be respectful to the crew and people that work really hard. To put on a production as we all know but we've all had bad days on this show I just feel like if in fifteen years, one of us were to be like well, she was impossible to deal with. It's like, okay. Then you should have said something then I feel like it's just so kind of in line with WHO rose is trying to be now and I'm not saying that she likes her and I'm not saying that she feels like she's credible or that she believes in anything she says. Every time someone says something that has nothing to do with you. That doesn't mean you need to go and jump in on it. And I, I hate to say this because I'm not away from everybody's experiences and I always say this you gotTa pick struggle and you've got to stick with that struggle and pick up a fight and fight as hard as you can. If you're fighting in the me too movement because it happened to you I totally get it. You're also writing because somebody was in a toxic work environment made something toxic fighting another break, and then what's next if something else comes up and you're fighting about that as well take you just take it away and makes it seem like you're only saying those things because. Of the week, right right and it's also like she made two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars a week like made that much money. It was a hit show like I don't I also don't see how that's relevant. You know what I mean like you don't need to also bring up how much somebody made I. Don't think that that's her pleasure bill, but I will say. It rose McGowan felt leg she made. made the workplace toxic that are that's her feelings. That's her way of engaging and listened with tolerance to her. She don't have to do it over the air. She can do on the phone and just throw rose a my dad if I if you thought that way and I did that to you but I, don't think. Anymore. I don't think. I'm. Giving that apology I'm sorry I. Think we know a lot of different people not everybody has a good day I. Think People think just because you're on television or you're part of ensemble cast like your life is so easy. It's a lot of hard work that goes into this. So maybe she maybe she had a bad week or month or whatever. But there's a lot of people that we've experienced that can be toxic or disruptive or difficult to deal with. But that's just sort of this part of this dysfunctional family you keep that within yourself. You don't need to go and spread around and the and the truth is like the whole point rose trying to make was was again a political argument and so politics you know just keep arguing your facts and I think that's a fair argument to have. We argue politics stop in this country. So if you want to argue that with Eliza and you guys want to go back and forth about what who vote for do that. But I say again as you guys said, keep the history out of it because honestly just makes your arguments. Lesson weaker. We aren't just there's no right word. Thank point.
Interview With Polly Irungu
"I WANNA start off just talking about your beginnings you immigrated with your family from Nigeria. So right? From Kenya Kenya. Oh my politics. Wermer my head but. Everywhere that is for sure. Everywhere. From Kenya. Yes. Alright. But yeah, you're just four years old and he moved to Kansas Yes sir why Kansas you know still don't. Know My dad had family host family set up. You know before he came to the states. That help to get situated in everything bat began groping, Kansas. which granted at Mike all the fifty states but you know for me at least I was able to grow up in a pretty diverse community I grew up in a very additional Kenyan upbringing dishes. I know how to cook are related to. Kenyan So you know there's that you know for me it's like okay spent Kansas. But then there's like my mom's oldest twelve. So we have relatives in like Missouri. CHICAGO. Spread out across the Midwest also an west coast, and then in Canada's I was able to. have. All that in my upbringing I was against which was nice. I grew up in Los Angeles and my parents. Republic. So There were Dominicans here, but they were all over the place. It wasn't like. In Miami or New York where you have a real concentration. A. I was really aware of my otherness because I would mean people would look at me and assume that I was just I was African American and Latino expect me to speak Spanish and they will look the they always just what like Way Right women was at a similar experience for you. You know honestly it's been easy for me. Yeah. Because you know as later as I got older when I was still in Kansas and I hung out like other Africa. It never felt like African enough. But some points because. Came when I was like four when I came actually had half a speech tutor. English until maybe I think six was really hard. I had I like combined English in. So Healy in Koo are tribal language into one language only my mom and my sister could understand. For for for so long when I was when I was young, I was like a baby like literally only understood tutor in all of that and so you know eventually when I am older, I'm in my middle school in the my first year of high school really like a middle school year is when I was hanging out with other Africans is like they all knew me in I? Did it felt out of place and then also you know what I did have like my outside of Africa is like my other friends in other fronts in general that are Americans that I must like. There's a lot of cultural like things that I didn't understand until much. Later a lot of just you know, for TV shows that music to the food like a lot of things I wasn't exposed to unless I saw that on my own centuries by friends who introduced me to that because my parents did though it was weird at times for more so I guess when I went to Oregon. Last. A little different. You know like 'cause I joined like what is what I could tell this later Fast forward into like when I actually dmed Undergrad University of Oregon a PWI and I was part of be issue in Asa African Student Association club. But like a lot of the BS you is like I didn't know about the movie, Friday. I didn't know about all these different staples that I I should have. No you know just different cultural things like that I also later. Caught. Up On between then I was. Doing. Good realized. Parts of you know American culture black culture. You know like that was missing out on because of my up gate. So. This is by Felicia you go. To. You find that now considering what you do that otherness is sort of an advantage. Actually I think. So because you know for me, I find that I can adapt to any community I've lived in Kansas I loved Oregon. In Arkansas I lifted a Virginia. The DMV area. Being exposed to all those places? Right. There are different communities now Brooklyn, which is huge right and so for me, I, feel like I could really be able to like talk to anyone and everyone and with the community that I'm building black people are not a monolith right? So all of them are so different in their own way a lot of them have different UPBRINGINGS and perspectives. The next person right next to them don't have. So for me, I'm learning from them. Think they're learning from each other. You know it's still early but I see that I see how we're also different. We're all tied to like similar experience.
"felicia" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"What do this? They're going to this weird baby store for diapers. Did you buy diapers at like Costco and Walmart or Walmart? Even CVS, right? They go to this baby store for it. Looks like yeah ninety-nine Cent Store. I guess that's cool. Says, I don't know. I don't know so she only has money for diaper. She can't afford the stroller. The stroller was like what twenty bucks forty bucks. Yeah, and he comes in he got home tell me about this cuz I can't even bring hey, I know your brain melted, right he comes in. He's like look what I got and I'm thinking oh my god. Did he came himself? Yeah. Hey, I got her a carriage. He got her something. He got diapers. He got her flowers. He shows her sneakers sneakers tires. I think they're like second-hand Jordans. Yeah. They were like, I there were definitely not knew they were new to him work floored ins. Yeah. So now the baby six weeks old she goes back to school and her grandma is taking care of the baby her Grandma cell. She's so cute. I think that Brianna gave her name she did. I like the name is Grandma. * * I like her name too. So she misses her baby so bad, and she's already behind in school. But I feel like this is another pattern we see two right so now Alex comes to help with the baby, but won't actually help with the baby. Okay, but nobody is supporting this baby's neck like every month. They he props up the bottle like the model is going to smash the baby in face. I couldn't believe it. He like he was like, look what I did, you know, it's like, oh you almost killed the baby good. Yeah. Now the baby wakes up in the middle of night and he's annoyed. He's like you moved so much. Oh and he also told her to hurry up with her work because he needs to take a shower. Yeah. He's terrible the baby up in the middle of night and he's annoyed. He's like you move in the bed so much. Mhm. She's like, oh sorry. I'm just trying to cook some formula in a Crock-Pot here. No big deal, right. So now it's April maybe seven weeks old and he will not help. He said that taking care of the baby is easier than working. Right. Meanwhile, that's the opposite of true sure. But also this hairdo that Felicia is rocking here. What is happening? That's Alia. She's Alia. She's not only Alia. She's awful. Alia. Alia was on Toddlers & Tiaras. Oh, yeah. Okay. That's that's a little prommy. Yes. I could see that and she's like listen. Here's the deal. Oh, so he's he says off you're unhappy and she's like, yeah. Yeah, so she's like listen, I don't even care about you spending time at me. I want you to spend time with your daughter like I couldn't care less if you spend time with me and he goes I could care less if I'm with you to honestly and he just gets up and leaves and he just walks away. So she knows that he will not step up her mom wants her to graduate and she doesn't even know if she's going to graduate. It makes me sad because I feel like she's such a nice girl and I hate the situation that she's in..
"felicia" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"He's not I'm going to come home, but I want to come home like ASAP. Like I'm not really I want to leave tomorrow and come to you right so her mom's like, yep, perfect. So long Alex comes back drives her to mom's house where you know it is she didn't want to leave the wood paneling. I mean listen, can you blame her? It feels like she lives in a log cabin. She really likes that feeling. She has one of the I felt in my soul the material of her comforter. Oh that again. Noelle mobile. It's flammable. She's putting it on top of her like it's not supposed to like like it's soft or something. Yes, it's not Tracy that was like a hotel that was like the cover that you kick on the floor cuz they don't wash it. Yes. That's exactly what it was dead. Okay, so, let's see. So she had a prom dress. Okay, no wait, so he leaves he drops off and leaves. Yeah, he's not interested in this anymore but their sheets on the bed now cuz she's at Mom's house right now. So now one the baby's one-week-old. Alex is never around and her friends come over there wet seal bags. Okay, I wrote that because I thought of you I'm like friends come with Wet Seal bag. That is a TBT Tracy. I loved Wet Seal bad Wet Seal was the ultimate Club shopping experience went bang bang what she was the perfect combination of Junior's clothing. Yeah mixed with a stripper. We're yes, there was a little Contempo casuals involved involved. Oh, I love Contempo and Wet Seal, like all the way all the way now yep dead. Pearl is back Pro. So pretty she's adorable. She is the key of this episode and she the baby looks of the baby looks at Felicia and goes I cannot believe this thing off of your vagina and she's like no I know right? So Felicia's like yeah, it was really weird cuz as soon as I pushed my stomach like deflated and pearl looks her in the face angle. That's nasty. Everyone needs a pearl in their life. I love pearls so much. Yeah. Alex is always out. His friends say that he done so much though. Yeah, he misses out on the girls too. That's great. I'm glad that that's what they're telling him. So they all know that he's going to leave. He says he doesn't like her anymore, but he doesn't even have a reason to leave her know. He's just he's over it. He's not interested. Okay, but the funny thing is right. So like usually when you're complaining about your girlfriend to your guy friends, you have like a list of God. Vince's right. She nags me she won't have sex with me. Whatever it is. She doesn't clean ugly bro. Yeah, right. She's ugly. You know, she ain't got no legs. I don't know, like there's always a list and he doesn't even have a reason he's like, yeah, man things have different baby change baby. Oh, it's gross rules. Yeah, so he has zero reason to leave but he won't pick up his phone. She calls him at 5 p.m. No answer no answer yada yada. So now it's March the babies one month old. They're going to the store to buy baby things for what store is this? That's what I wanted to know. I'm like, this is not Wet Seal..
"felicia" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"How are you? I'm actually really good at very hot. But I'm really good. Okay, so we're here to talk about 16 and Pregnant season 2 episode 12 Felicia before we get into the episode. I want to throw this out there for you guys. If you do not want to see her straight up vomit, please do not watch around the twenty minute Mark or close your eyes or and clog your ears. Seriously, very big trigger warning here guys. Yes, I am doing this for you because I did not have someone to tell me that and I hope she told me she told me. That's who I am as a person also a few things little bit of housekeeping know l o housekeeping housekeeping go to patreon.com Trash Talk podcast for over 100 bonus episodes of our podcast. Oh my God, we have a podcast called BS not seem related. We have two seasons of unexpected trash-talk. We have so much fun. There's tons of content there's videos. There's a lot of stuff. There's all this stuff. No, there's actually the guys there's a ton of content. You'll really really liked it. You're going to love it. You're going to like the way you look I guarantee that. I was governor like you should do infomercials. You really should God if anyone's listening and they produce infomercials. I am your person. I will back your product 1,000%. Let's talk about police show. You're ready know. Well, let's get into it. You want to jump in with me? All right. I'm ready start off. Okay, Felicia Seventeen years old from Lewisville, Texas wage. Small town USA basically, right she lives with Grandma Mom and her stepdad who apparently likes numchucks. Okay her stepdad who gives me the heebie-jeebies. Is that who? Yeah, Yes, uh-huh. Cool. Yeah. He's weird AF. It doesn't even make a little bit of sense. It's almost like they they cast him and they were like, this might be funny. You know, it was funny on like the little snippet where it's like he's doing the dump truck. She's like, oh again, it was very funny..
Arson suspected in fire at Arizona Democratic Party headquarters
"In Phoenix suspect the fire that destroyed the state's Democratic Party headquarters this morning was caused by arson from member station K. J A. Z Z. Scott Bork reports. Firefighters responded to reports of smoke pouring out of the party headquarters around 1 a.m. By mid afternoon, Investigators reported that the fire was set intentionally. Arizona Democratic Party chairwoman Felicia Rosellini says staff were all working remotely, so the damage to operations was minimal, continue business as usual, and so will this is incredibly unfortunate it we're not gonna let it be a distraction that takes our eyes off the prize and we're going to continue to work very hard to make sure we get Democrats elected up and down the ballot. Nobody was injured in the blaze, which struck less than two weeks ahead of the state's primary elections. For NPR News. I'm Scott Bork in Phoenix President
Chicago White Sox: Luis Robert continues to impress
"Game. It doesn't count the standings. But, boy Oh, boy, I watched Friday night the Inter squad on TV, Luis Robert Too long home runs. This guy looks like a monster. It reminds me of Felipe Alou is managing the Expos back in the I want to stay in the mid nineties, and somebody asked him about this young prospect named Vladimir Guerrero. And he had not played in the big leagues yet, and Felicia's answer Wass. When you just look at him, you think superstar and that's almost the same thing you get. When you look at Louie's Robert because time during spring training, you just look at him and he just looks. Like he's going to fill that part of a superstar he has. There's just a GN it factor. And then you watch him play and it solidifies every year. Everything you think about the guy and it's almost reminiscent of like I said what Philippe has said about a young unknown Vladimir Guerrero at the time when he was coming on the market. The White Sox and mean they didn't get him cheaply. It was think $26 million for a guy you don't know if he's going to turn out, but you didn't hear Yankees Dodgers. Cubs, red socks like the ones that have the highest payrolls. Why was that? I know the socks have done a magnificent job getting Cuban players going all way back to Minnie Minoso. Tha Jose of Bray you they've got Moncada. But why were some of the heavyweights not chasing this guy? You know what I wish I had a specific answer for you. I don't have one. But I will say what? You just reiterate what you just said, and amplify on it. The attacks have been a really good job of scouting the Cuban players. Now Moncada was signed by the Red Sox and came in the trade from from Michael Kopeck. But with Michael Kopeck, I should say For sale, but it's just one of those things where the White Sox I think maybe they do their homework better than anyone else. And that's why they were able to get a guy like Louise Robert, because He just looks like the really, really feel He does just looking at him, and then you see him in the box, but it's like, Oh, my God. How good can this guy be? Um You're right. It wasn't cheap. But it wasn't like out of this world money either. And, ah, kudos to the White Sox Foreign office and they're scouting. You know, this is the work of scouts. Thes air, not analytics driven. Data. You define a guy who has never left the island of Cuba, where you don't have a lot of information. This is scouting. And obviously you look, I'm a big proponent of scouting, and I'm a It's frustrating to see how it's being minimalized and Almost extinguished in some places, but there is still a place for scouting. And here's a prime example. We're talking to Pedro Gomez from ESPN. When you look at a team
Woman, 96, Stabbed to Death With Pitchfork in Chicago
"Felicia charges depending after a 96 year old woman was stabbed to death in what authorities are calling a domestic incident in our bin Police say it was about 11 30 in the morning when they responded to a domestic incident in the 7700 block of South Laughlin's And now a 41 year old man is being held for stabbing a 96 year old woman to death with the pitchfork. Authorities say a 57 year old woman was also stabbed and was in serious condition. Police say the suspect was taken to a hospital for injuries He sustained. Authorities say he has a history of mental illness.
Dallas-area police warn about dangers of guns ahead of July 4 weekend
"Police officers around the area warning about the dangers. Of guns. What goes up must come down, and police say that's the main problem with celebratory gunfire. Officers stay. Bullets can shoot up as faras 10,000 feet, and once the wind gets a hold of them, there's just no telling where the land they say. There is a one in three chance that if a bullet strikes someone directly, that person will die. Yes, it does carry a fine but the important part that we want to stress that it can actually take the life Officer Felicia Jones with the plain of Police says if you're caught shooting off guns In your city does not allow it. You could be fined up to $4000 charged with a misdemeanor and face jail time. But Jones says none of that compares to the biggest potential consequence of celebratory gunfire, accidentally hurting someone or even killing them. Bailey Friday NEWS RADIO 10 80 K. R. L D We often
UFC 250 RESULTS: Amanda Nunes outclasses resilient Felicia Spencer to retain featherweight title
"You will see two fifty in Las Vegas Amanda Nunez of the solution Spencer in a unanimous decision over ten street when she retained her featherweight championship and remains a dual title champion
UFC 250: Amanda Nunes to defend world featherweight title
"UFC two fifty three lanes are over in Las Vegas now on to the pay per view tonight's main event features the lion S. Amanda newness the best female fighter in the world and current double champion she'll defend her featherweight title against Felicia Spencer UFC legend Daniel Cormier is part of the broadcast team tonight for ESPN and DC suggested that anyone getting into the octagon with Nunez should steer clear of a right hand it's like watching a scary movie the drought don't thank you for me to do that is walking into the woods Freddy Krueger is waiting that right you can our at the door and forced you back in that direction I'll tell you where she is so good and so far newness comes in having won her last ten fights in a row the co main event features a bantamweight match Paseo Ascenso against Cody
"felicia" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Like all these awesome fighters are fighting on two fifty and it was like me headline. It's like I. Hope that. Will I hate me for that. And everyone shitting over the main obey. It's like this is. A. A I don't WanNa. Get me, but it's like am I one of those cool kids like? Are they looking at me like? I don't belong here the top the top of the card, but it is, but it is. In a great position. I wouldn't worry about that. You come across very nice and likeable and listen. You could always go back to teaching like you said. How many opportunities do you get to shock the world? Tonight you can't Matt You. You know what you capable off, but a man is you know she's known as the goal. She is the best women vital. It's such a rocky movie. Looks like you're enjoying it so I am comfortable and so far. They had two opportunities to shock the world. I think I think this time, yeah! It's. Like how many people get another shot by the legend? You know so. You Become A. Well Good Luck. Felicia, you know you have C two fifty main event yourself Amanda Nunez Featherweight Championship. It's going to be a great fight. Anybody who knows anything about fighting is a great main event, and this is going to be a great fight. You're eight and one lost on fight, and a man has been on the run, so watching to fighters who are both really good places in their career. It's not going to be. There's going to be a great fights. So this is the sport of upsets so. I can't wait to watch. Thanks, thank you so much. Always love talking to you. Guys are almost. Two and I'm sure we'll talk to you in this whole thing is over, and things are a little more back to normal and and have.
Atlanta - Dragon Con, Pride parades likely canceled this year, city council rules
"Some of the lands biggest events called off WFSB three shell right reporting the city council's not issuing permits for several parades festivals at women's pride parade is one of the biggest around but it's not going to be happening this year nor will the dragon con parade north Viet limit jazz festival at Piedmont park that's because the city council is not issuing permits for large events explains council president Felicia Moore you know lose the rest thanks to the people and Japanese speaking of lost revenue that's just what's going to happen with many bars and clubs in the city like okay Lannett co owner Cory filter tells channel two action news they can adjust but it's not going to be as profitable fortunately we can operate as a restaurant but the bulk of our sales come from alcohol sales and consumption he is quick to point out though that he supports the decision of putting health and safety over profits not all is lost from the landscape though the jazz festival this year's gonna be virtual and since permitting does not cover conventions asper now dragon con is still a go Michelle right ninety five point five
Atlanta City Council president and councilwoman self-isolating after attending conference
"Atlanta city council president Felicia Morris under self quarantine after she attended a conference with two people who have now tested positive for the virus more says that she's fine and has no symptoms she attended the National League of cities congressional city conference held March sixth eleventh in Washington DC while the two were not in the same sessions as our president Moore says she is staying home partly as a
Boston: Fired Holliston Dog Trainer Pleads Not Guilty To Animal Cruelty Charge
"Line a former dog trainer from Holliston pleads not guilty today after being accused of abusing a German shepherd on a treadmill show rosh was standing in front of a judge with her attorney charged with animal cruelty the video her attorney blames for that charge shows the former dog trainer walking a young German shepherd on a treadmill when the dog tries to get off Rossell forces it back on ultimately lifting the dog up bye Felicia brushed one was no longer allowed to have any unsupervised contact with animals other than the pats she already owns left court without comment she's heartbroken she's never abuse an animal more her life she's never heard any animal in our life this is just abhorrent attorney insisting her two decades of experience as a dog trainer is filled with nothing but love for animals
Understanding the Different Types of Love
"Valentine's Day. It's that time where there's more love in the air and I know you might be like. I'm not a part of that system. I'm outta conformist. Reformist I'm not buying into this. Socially constructed holiday Tobar Chocolate for somebody that I love and flowers and stuff but the reality is this is a nice uptick in focus on our significant other. You know so we're just GONNA run with it today but instead of giving our partners there's some of those chalky candy hearts that can also sub as antacids. We're going to focus on delivering more love deeper connection and also for ourselves because we benefit from that too and so today we're providing a real powerful master class with ten tips ten specific specific strategies to create deeper love and more connection now to kick things off. I really think it's important to understand that. In our culture we have a very interesting perspective about love and we think about love. We tend to think about the romantic version of that love. We tend to think about the Jerry Maguire version in of love. That you complete me love or we think about the notebook love when he said all I want. Is You forever you and me Eh. Every day or love Jones. I don't know if you're familiar with love Jones. That kind of romantic love when he said. Let me tell you something this. He's here right now at this very moment is all that matters to me I love you. And that's urging like a mother. Whatever kind of love we think cabal? We tend to think about that. Romantic love you know the thing that we see in the movies the thing that we see these romantic novels the Fabio on the horseback all right but love is far more complex than that and in fact if you look at the ancient Greek definition of love there's actually at least seven different types of love that they defined very accurately because love is not just one thing so let's go through a few of those really quickly and again again. The ancient Greeks denoted that there are different types of love and The first one to talk about is called failure right. It was a love that was determined to be called FIA area now. Failure is the type of love. That's fostered in friendship right. It's connected to friendship and goodwill and this is one version of love. It's different from the romantic love which will get to what they define that as in just a moment so that's one type is fear failure. which is friendship shared goodwill another type of love? They denoted was called Stewart. Guy All right store gay and this is the familial love the love which would share within the construct family so it's based on familiarity. It's based on dependency. It's at construct of family. This will be seen what is between a father and son or an aunt and a nephew right so that store gave us a different type of love and then take it. Further they defined Eros Eros is the passionate even erotic love which is most akin to our modern definition of romantic love. And what we again. What we kind of strive for and the thing that we focus on when we think about love and in fact the Greek mythology this type of love was actually a form of madness? That was brought about by Cupid's arrows hitting you are always always like you're going insane with dispassionate. Love for this person cubic got you right. Cupid doesn't lie. So that's another type of love. So this Eros is what we tend to think about when we think about love. We think about a romantic love. Then we have a copy all right a gop as more of a a overriding. Unconditional conditional expansive type of love. It's akin to a universal type of love. A love for humanity love for the world around us also largely linked to altruism right altruism. which is you know being able to love somebody into have compassion even though you might not know them to do good for other people and this is considered to be in the Greek construct a real the the highest form of love of potentially is then we have Felicia Felicia? This is a self love right so this is a love directed inward and this can be just like when we think about self love. This can be healthy or this can be unhealthy. You know this can be a healthy sense of self confidence and self respect and self appreciation Asian or it can be a form of deep conceit and a focus on oneself exclusively narcissism or will we tend to think about when we we see somebody and we think they're full of themselves right now again. A healthy sense of self confidence might even emit or radiate that experience appearance for some people that might be repelled or even feeling threatened by somebody loving themselves. So it's still going to be based on somebody's perception. But it's it's each your wariness within yourself that I have a healthy sense of self love and it doesn't mean that I'm more important other people but I- matter and I have to take the care of me and being aware that we're not teetering into the place where We become self consumed. If that makes sense Ari all right. So that's another category of love. They defied another. One is ludicrous. Are Ludicrous in. This is more of a playful. flirtatious is Non Committed love. All right uncommitted type of love that can be displayed again kind of to a lot out of people right. This isn't a kind of focus. Love this playful type of love and another one that they defined his prog MMA prog MMA and this is is a kind of practical love or this is practical love based on reason or duty and it's in the the long term interest of person right so this is being reasonable. Now when you get hit with the madness from Cuba's aero the reason is on the other end of the spectrum and the beautiful part is this passionate beautiful love that we tend to think about the romantic love can also have the pragmatic Construct using reason using a belief system constructed to keep this love supported and in having a sense of duty and purpose within their relationship in a long term investment long-term experience of happiness romance but also service to Another person and so love is complex as the point that I really want to get across and we're talking about deeper love. We're moving beyond John. Just that facade of passionate love because at passion can run out. If we're not paying attention to these other forms of love and so today I wanted to really do a masterclass on what are some specific things that we can do implemented our relationships whether you're in a relationship right now. Are you envision yourself having a wonderful relationship for you WanNa take your relationship to another level or your want to ensure create an insurance against the the storms that come within a relationship these tools and strategies. These these insights are going to help to deepen your relationship and create more connection. So I'm really really excited about this and and I also want to share with you. Something really the sweet truly sweet that I fall in love with actually I've been in love with. Were quite some time. But it's been renewed because of some of this new data in this new experience experience that I've had the opportunity to have and listen to this. It was a study published in biomedical research. International found that raw honey specifically vaguely raw honey has the ability to protect the heart from oxidative stress. I think about love we attributed to being something that's emitted from or heart and protecting heart is obviously critical today with heart disease being still the number one cause of death in our modern culture sure and so raw honey has been found have the ability to protect the heart from oxidative stress are kind of accelerated aging of your heart another study published in evidence based complementary alternative medicine demonstrated that raw honey can support serotonin activity in the body are so serotonin is kind of feel good neurotransmitter life is pretty sweet when Serotonin is able to do his thing Appropriately in our body so raw honey helps support that system that activity in the
Trump Promotes Low Unemployment and Rising Wages in State of the Union
"I'm David Brancaccio New York president trump address both houses of Congress last night into a quick can be seen as a victory lap on America's place in the world and the state of the economy tonight I said for you to share the incredible results jobs are blooming incomes asorio poverty is plummeting crime is falling confidence is surging and our country is thriving and highly respected again he said he was thrilled to report the US economy is quote the best it is ever been it does need to be said that average growth in the economy as measured by gross domestic product during this administration is much lower than it was under presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan however the president headline the low unemployment rate market places Nancy Marshall ganzer joins us here from Washington with some context on that even the president said the unemployment rate is at the lowest level in half a century that's true the president also talked about what he called the blue collar Boone wages are rising fast and wonderfully they are rising fastest for low income workers who have seen a sixteen percent pay increase since my election but which is aren't rising as much as they normally would with an unemployment rate this low in the present also talked about factories he said his administration was restoring manufacturing is that right well the president said the US has gained twelve thousand new factories under his administration that number is a little off but the bigger issue is most of these factories employed five people or fewer the government has a very broad definition of a factory including things like bakeries candy stores and custom tailors also the institute for supply management's manufacturing index of more traditional factories fell for five straight months last year although there was an increase last month Nancy thank you the president's headline case that these are now with the good times has weight however this could be a risky strategy to pitch to people who have their own gauges of the economy we have our own stakes states of the union and may judge this in part on how their own household economy is doing Felicia Wong is president CEO of the liberal leaning nonpartisan think tank the Roosevelt institute thanks for joining us thank you David so it is the lowest unemployment in fifty years people on the left and right thought the trading system with China was broken and there's a phase one deal now with China wasn't the president right to show off his achievements I think the real argument it's hard to understand what's going on under the hood of the economy first of all trump inherited a recovery that's important to remember he didn't mess it up which is good they're also doesn't mean that he deserves any credit for some of that things that are happening out there that are intact better for American workers the question is whether the groceries yet there is either shared or last name and we look under the hood growth really isn't shared wages are barely rising even though they are better at the bottom adjusted for inflation we just for workers are up in less than one percent which is worse than under president Obama and more importantly wages are rising in part because we see minimum wage increases at the state level the president did refer to the fact that the lower half of incomes are improving but you're saying yeah in part because of increases in minimum wage which the ministration unlike that's right you have not seen a federal minimum wage increase because the Republicans opposed it but what you have seen in dozens and dozens of states and municipalities across the country is increases in the minimum wage pushed for by labor unions and other kinds of movement actors and this is a lot of what's actually driving wages are at the bottom where you really see growth in health care and other industries but a lot of those jobs are very precarious and a lot of that a lot of health care jobs are actually very low wage all right Felicia Wong head of the Roosevelt institute a liberal leaning nonpartisan think tank and we also spoke to conservative economist Glen Hubbard who used to be the chair of the council of economic advisers under George W. bush the marketplace morning report podcast feed has that if you missed it on the
Washington Post reinstates reporter suspended over tweet
"A Washington post reporter who had been placed on administrative leave after she tweeted a link to a story about a rape allegation against Kobe Bryant has been cleared to return to work at the Washington post said an internal review determined that political reporter Felice yet son as was not in clear in direct violation of our social media policy it also said it regretted having spoken publicly about a personal matter the action against Saddam as had come under harsh criticism from post staffers and including Felicia sign me as herself who says the Washington post editor owes most of the post employees an explanation for telling the truth that punishing a reporter for telling
Washington Post places reporter on leave after Bryant tweet
"Washington post is placed a political reporter on administrative leave after she tweeted a link to a story by rape allegations against NBA superstar Kobe Bryant reporter Felicia sign Mrs tweet on Sunday amid widespread the public mourning over Bryant's death in the helicopter crash drew considerable backlash on social media the post reported that some has received threats of death and rape had to move to a hotel after her home address was published online she also received an email from executive editor Marty Baron saying or tweet showed a real lack of
"felicia" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Getting stressed out obviously very steep incline. I'm unreal slippery and I'm calling down to Ricki Rickie Gervis Ricky Gervis and I'm saying racy. Did you see this please. Did you see this. Yes yes no. I'm sure I do a free commercial. I didn't see the Golden Globes. Oh and Oh no you saw. Yes yes you see this relationship. Did you see this. Do this merger show Golden Globes. You gotta you gotTa see this commercial. Okay Ricky Yeah just all you have to do is pour a glass of champagne Pretty simple campers as they call it just one glass of shoppers and he says okay and he's being very well behaved yes for him especially. He's Sunday line. Poor the campers and he says I'm Rakija Base I'm hosting the Golden Globes again goes to pour the glass of champagne and instead shakes up the bottle and sprays the camera And they ran that commercial instead of the actual I guess he never did it like you have gotten a clean one where he just poured it because at that was scripted or owned they scripted. The Shabbir destroyed equipment. Get Free Champagne. Okay yeah the script scripted that shower cap on top of it and Ricky's known for following the script. Yeah he also was very worried about the sacred cows during the shoot Felicia come on I know about him is that occasionally someone will re tweet him being angry at someone who's murdered a dead animal. Full time line. You know. He's really anti-hunting so it'll be like wiser dead tiger in my time like. Oh it's somebody retreating. Ricky and I Agree Korea seven and I'll are hard it but I'll be like traumatized that I saw someone sitting on like a dead elephant or something in my twitter feed always goes. This is so disturbing. And then they like the photo of stoned to death. Yeah Yeah it is. Wish I wasn't was it looking at it. Yeah let me go fix it. I'm looking at my fuck info eighty. Now how can I fix Syria. Syria eldest stare at this. This don't body hold on. Let me get that for you. I'm on my way I'm bookie on United Doing. Bring a fucking podcast later anyway. So why happen or on the roof and I'm going is it this one ricky. Is this one. He's being cheeky. Okay and he possibly having a laugh. Ease having a laugh. He's taking the PISS I one one of the Christmas lights is out. Got Eat biodiesel. Oh come on Yes yes much. Eat the light Bite the string and the wires. Sure it wasn't the Piss the Weasley the pissed no Ricki Ricki took better. Yeah okay okay geography. There is no more pissed has taken it all day and he's having a laugh so well the weasel scape and I'm still looking and then when I go home from this today I'm going to get into the House with the House. You put some coronets out those love. It chilly chilly but the the spicier the better. Yeah so we will. We still chilly powered. Did you know that the explain speak on that. Because I've heard you say this before. Obviously I'm a fan and this foundation. Yeah well I the power are here to promote this foundation. Tell everybody I just want to spread the the level of weasels like their underrated as a rodent. I I love when the Christmas light. Well I mean that's why I'm here because you're a supporter of the weasel rights and weasel awareness. I would like him to live somewhere saver saver. Where what he has to eat as I guess chillier Christmas? I just want to say. He's promoting weasel awareness. So people will hopefully be aware of all the weasels in the neighborhood and tell him where this. When is you probably chip it? I'll give Ya you need a chip chip your weasel. Feed it some Chili. I'll chip in staying tooth of one big punch now over the line. What kind of is a Wagga Wagga? PODCAST WE WEASEL America's greatness again high high. Hi Hi Hi Devon no no. There's no who am I saying hi to there's dozens thousands of listeners. All waiting when when are they going to notice us. Hi Mom and this is US looking straight on the barrel of the Lens and saying hi. It's been like we're a little out of shape. Here's like it's been a long time since we did this show and it is a show and it's it's a show and it's entertainment And we're putting on the big show. I take one second to remember. How do please please while you're doing one wants on you and you need silence? Okay actually mind having just once. You're finished initiative. This is a long moment. I haven't even gotten it yet. You're milking the moment. I'm so sorry. Give me one more second so awkward. It got awkward it. What okay I got a chance to remember like tooth law should do it at the same time then? Okay Yeah because otherwise. Yeah well you could use a moment to remember to be gassed. I can probably be better. I probably if I channel okay. So let's all take a second to remember how to do our respective jobs Devon. Please good too. Yeah no you just see us. Just say tell the podcast. There's seven can't be twitter lender record out could be good o levels is okay. So let's do the show from here on our I really remember. I remember it a lot so I got a couple of pieces back. Hollywood handbook looking insider's guide to kicking and dragging names and the red carpet. Land back hallways of this industry. COHOST show Biz is Showbiz Kuun. Welcome Felicia Yeah Felicia Day. It's my name relation to Charles. That's my dad. CHARL- Charlie Day Charlie Day. Imagine Charlie Charlie days scientist who is really having a tough time at Pacific Rim of jury. Dan I've but I do feel like the days. The days were gifted the whole state of New Jersey early in the beginnings of this country. And so I'm sure that Charlie and I are somehow distantly related. We're both a slightly puffy and pay Steve Very White. Very sort of nondescript sort of Quirkiness I'm sure. There were related in relation to Ben Day. who was on the golf team? Even my high above me I mean. I think we're all descended from the New Jersey days. We had best estates and I don't really know why did right now. Oh but it's okay. I do qualify for the daughters of American revolution. Wow that is very interested in genealogy. I haven't makeup Well I haven't had STREP ANCESTRY DOT COM account that I just forgetting to cancel for like seven years now so that one day you just keep forget but and so instead of cancelling when you just look at it once a year look at my credit card statements. I'm like Whoa what happened there. That in your member of a gym say crazy thing. My money's He's worth yeah. I spent four hundred dollars on highlights magazines this year. I didn't know you forgotten to cancel highlights from when you were a baby. Yeah wow it's so so long as a Heritz so this is how you teach your children financial like understanding as you make them pay for their own magazine. Yeah well forget him are free unfortunately is exactly what goof would've done yes he would still be paying such A. I'm going to run that one. Yeah highlights is going to run the gouves a gallon where gallant remember. No no okay okay. Gallon has a 401k. Dare them Kufa's has a lot of student. Loan debt Yeah Goof is getting his Masters uh-huh in like medieval Renaissance merry-go-round Felicia. Did I hear you whisper something about a book before. I have a book. The the book the book I mean I feel like you've ever super engaged. Fan Base like mold. Twelve of them are really needing some self-improvement dozens. Oh I'm so sorry I it does in twenty four. Yeah it's called embrace your eared face. Your fears and unleash creativity is this. What is the pages if you have a small a lack? It's it's about two fifty pages if you have a lack of creativity channel then you're supposed to use glitter glitter in it and markers etc workers in the book inside the book. Yeah drea. There's a book glitter bomb glitter. I I mean I don't want to encourage these people who make weaponry like anarchist's cookbook. It is not it really is. But it's an inner soul anarchist's cookbook like you need to revolutionize yourself and maybe blow yourself up Balm for the soul. Yeah so that's the book that's it. Okay Yeah I'm so it'd be pretty stuff to two hundred pages and I did drawings in there but I didn't do the drawings. How many pages is one that? Say it drawings again. jollies drawing. Straw rings is that we were to say the word drawings difference than other people know to me it sounds right. Haze is the one you know. I just realizing I'm weird by drawings. Dro- said.
"felicia" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"And what is up. It's your host Elliott Einhorn. I am joined today at our studio in Bushwick Brooklyn by the one. The only the man the myth the legend Mike Tyson. And that's May actually Dawson sorry. Sorry for the disappointment. Nick Dawson Editor in Chief of film here at the House. It's been a minute you have been in doing some pretty amazing traveling. I have in small aircraft on bicycles under the C.. You know get a rail travel. It's been epic all. Oh you mean the the Alabama contract well that was one of them. Yes I was Elliott COMECON now. Nick this was your first COMECON I am no longer at Comic Con Knew what was the scene like man. This is one of the legendary cons it was wild. It was overwhelming. Definitely Alley Convention Center is like all of the football fields together. Well more nerds than I've ever seen the honest here and we're fans of the nerds here. I love the nurse. I the narrative myself and I got out my cost by game for next year. Now Nick you were out there putting on a couple of live talks that the event including the one that we're airing today Felicia Day and Joan. Tell us how this came together while I was thinking like whose names rhyme with each other roxane saying gay rights and get yeah. We were missing and gay. That would've made our Harry's tree right there but these guys are friendly. They are both awesome. FELICIA J. Generate I. I mean you know. Felicia Day who who could argue with FELICIA. I mean not buffy fans. I'll tell you that. Not buffy fan of fans of the guild fans of doctor horrible sing along blog. He's done so much as an actress as a creator. She's got a new book. Embrace your weird face your fears and unleash creativity. Her second book she does it all. And and I'm I'm a huge fan. And of course she is. Currently on the iconic mystery Science Theater three thousand with Joan Array and Roxane gay at Roxane Sangei who is now the new host of that. No but but I'll jokes aside Felicia and Joanna are Not only friends co workers. Yeah Jonah is as this podcast. Gas Conversation is perfect testament that he is a hilarious dude. He's on all kinds of all the comedy things he's done. Basically the Mountain Joan Gamaliel. He's one of the three hours of the nervous podcast podcast. He's got his very funny. JONA radio PODCAST. He's being on every single comedy show ever from Cowan to Maron too drunk history in the League league. He'd been played tyler on better things this year indeed. Fortunately you don't have to listen to this but I was up on stage. Introducing these guys and I spend the whole hour going through their resume both have exhaustive resumes. They've worked so much with so many awesome people. Fortunately I dragged my ass off stage and let those two people talk and they were so so great. What I love about talk? I thought casts is that intimate atmosphere that leads to like really surprising compelling conversations and I always have this thing of like while at their onstage. Obviously there's GonNa they're gonNA dial it back. A baby precludes that level right MRI on on yet they were just really generous and forthcoming and funny was fantastic. Their conversation covers a lot. We get to hear about the indie movie. Joan is working on about his upbringing in Hawaii working with Bobcat Goldthwait Jeff tacos podcast alum indeed. He talked to Lynn. Shelton ferry famously. Asleep severe is back. And he's kind of a mentoring. Jonah which is pretty Rad and you know maybe needed because we also hear about Jones Real Life Dad. Add who's Was a little too coked up his little league game. Great story about that kind of sad but also very funny and I feel like if those are the tones cones of China's coming of age movie. I'm fully down pretty much for all the stuff that he does. I think that would be the right notes. We'll speaking of parenting nick. You and I are parents. It was very fun to hear. felicias approach to Her kids bathroom habits permissive. I think might be a term that we could use presser missive. Both of these artists have done a lot of work outside of the Hollywood system and it was really cool to hear them. Analyze the pluses and minuses of that. Yeah it's tough but you got to focus on the the stories that you want to tell them I think they spoke eloquently about that Also of course very important to mention the they do both raise their backup plans their plan B's which I think they are but I think a lot of us could be happy doing either the things that they talk about. We get to hear about the filmmaker that Joan wants to become and hoof Felicia wants to be even though she actually struggles remember her name how she was not cast on big bang theory no shade no shade and how she accidentally ripped off flag. I think that it might be a good time for us to push the play button. Let's push play well so you just put us together together. Because you thought it'd be oil and water. It would be magic and mayhem. Yes Science and magic. But it's essentially we talk so much now I feel like I'm in a position where this is where I wrote accidentally reveal that I don't really know much about you. I mean is that I mean. I don't know if I know that much about. I didn't know that your last name was Rodriguez. Actually pronounced announced Rodrigues. Because it's the Portuguese version has an asset. The End Rodriguez rodrigue psych. How my dad? My Dad I'm half Portuguese My my dad would always say. It's a rodrigues intrigues you. Dad would say that Portugal and Portugal and Brazil. They will say rodrigues. It's also like a lazier Spanish. So it's like a Pronunciation say Lopez you say Lopes Lopes. There was a base for Gomez. It's combs with the French French French. You dropped the last letter often. Johnny don't pronounce that so it's gotTa okay I would. I've always so my retirement plan because I'm frequently think about getting out of this business. Of course this is either buying bookstore somewhere And just doing whatever that entails or moving to Portugal and learning how to make those carts they have and just selling them you know because I can make a better version of their own. Yeah that's like you. Just that would be the most white thing you can do is just go hold on Portuguese people. Yeah let me let me show you how to put my American twist Anglo is here. It's done guess what I'm GonNa put. In touch with guava in their AH custard tart guava those are pretty easy to rice pudding. Little tarts are really good. There's a place in the valley. Have you ever been there since your Portuguese. Today's now I know the one of the jacker. Yeah I've been there it's good yeah. Those tarts yeah. I mean I don't know how to make them but that's my that's my backup plan. I think you should stick with the bookstore idea. That seems more your short. What's your backup plan? You have to everybody in. La Has a backup plan right. I've never asked anybody else. Their backup plan I dream about I black a plan probably thirty percent of the week so that might be an indication of a talking to my therapist about it that it's cool. Yeah mine's a daytime bartender. Daytime bartender so I could work the early shift before. It'll be a little sad but won't be irritating and then like once I'm done done with my shift I just do real thing right just hop over the bar down at it and then I enjoy it out cheers Sam Malone at ah over. He didn't get sober. Yeah question so you'll be like the bloody Mary kind of bartender. Yes bartender bartender. Yes I'm just doing. Just if there's maybe some guys some retired guys some vets that come in attacked them. I tell them about when I used to be a comedian in Hollywood and they'd we like to tell me a joke funny under those. There was this one I had there was a voice Anyway on me always you know somebody the other day It was ritual blooms husband. And he has an Improv show at UCSB he emailed me. It was like hey can you to my show and I'm like sure when is the and he was like eleven thirty PM. And I was like absolutely not. That is the last thing I'd ever do with my time is right before you wake up for the day. That is like so this closer to my bedtime time closer to my wake up time than my bedtime and I was like. Listen I would love to do your show. Why can't you do a brunch version? 'cause there's Brunch Improv out there it's also why I never did. I did one Class A standup. And I went to the one open mic. That was at two PM on a Sunday and then I stopped doing it. Because I'm like I'm not going Out after eight PM. That's crazy. You're never you never went out at night now. I get like a little night with blindness. I don't like it when Kerr Shiner Lights and me. I'm like Oh fo Shining Felicia part dear here. I mean you did a lot of standup right. Yeah Yeah I did it for you. No I never wanted to be a standup but I just. That was the only way I could see how to get into Showbiz. Express yourself yeah it is nice. I mean it's like you don't you have your little kit and you're just going out by yourself. Well you know it is a nice thing. It's a great thing skill to have now. I recently where it's like between jobs. Yeah Yeah I can now just go out and do do you like right. Do you constantly update your material or you just have your twenty minutes that you like. This is what I use constantly. Always he just right really slowly so it's You know. There's just like everything because I don't do standup enough. These days to really like new type. Five offset I can do a longer shorter backup saying I did. I did like five minutes of jokes and I was like. This is so much more work than I ever thought it. Were they joke jokes. We're kind of jokey joke. But they weren't cheap. They were more character. I mean I really don't don't I did it right before I had my baby and that those hormones. Yeah well I did it right okay. So I tried last night. I did my last book. My last book came out in two thousand fifteen seen in October and right after that tried to get pregnant with IVF and it did not work a couple times. And I was so upset about it. took six months off and I was like I'm GonNa have me here because I like. My Body is so messed up from producing thousands of web videos.
"felicia" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"At Felicia afl so let's talk about the podcast I am man that's doing it provides fictional story podcast is that your boat that's what it said I know I just yeah it's an improvised impression podcast so we kind of have a story outline that we get it ABC of like a scene we we so there's four main characters we added a new in the season so it's me Colton Dunn from Superstore Janet Varney from Legend of Cora and standing evil and Steve Berg who I actually was in a thing called Dr Horrible Singalong blog back in the day he's also in between two ferns and all these things history and then also kirsten venous art class this season she's on she was on criminal minds before it ends yeah it is this it sounds improvised or it's yeah we have story points we kind of know what's going on it's like okay so you guys are on the bridge and you have a planet and so in the middle of it alien is going to appear and Colton is going to say something about that in the middle and then at the end you're all going to go on your mission and maybe research something so we have kind of outlined all the dialogue is made up so I have a one of my sons it was trained relate to you he went to a music conservatory for Music and keyboard and Volvo clunky and he ended up going to law school and stuff now but but he did he bill does live composing and music director ship any one thing he was doing like this like your podcast was Improv Musicals L. Yeah those are super there is and at that is magic trick that is a magic trick I ain't ever seen that more than anything like yeah but it's similar to what you're doing without the music and you could add it in but essentially what they do is they go to the odds every impromptu gimme a place give me a person whatever motivation and they agree ahead of time what the basic kinds of music they're going to be like one's going to be a group thing one's GonNa be romantic thing but that's GonNa be Solo duo here that's all you have it's it and no music the music is all improvised as well as lyrics and everything I mean that is a level above what we're doing we're just doing a lot of it is crazy I think you know to me like the best thing I could do as a very over intellectual control freak is get out of my own way an so improv allows you to do that because mouse will open and you'll say things and you just didn't know where it comes from and you've just like Oh have so much more inside than I ever knew I just had to get out of my own way and that's when you're playing with other people that's kind of what it does is coming from a different part of your brain quite literally than the part we normally consult for language and communication right. We're bypassing all the I just read this really interesting book about a thinking fast and slow it system one system to kind of thing yeah a fascinating book but I'm just like Oh yeah that's kind of where we're tapping into we have all these little have preprogrammed ways of we see the world and it's very primal and if you just let those out you can actually surprise yourself with a lot of fat jokes you should always look at injuries vis contests she's edible about music she's a neuroscience let's I love that book that you would please tell me you know I have I have a sleep problems so I have to read very deep nonfiction before I go to bed and I started with theoretical physics but that was super depressing because you know we're all just destined the life is doesn't end day so that's why mechanics all just emerging wave sure properties of the of the quantum or I'll just going to imply like these are the existence is going to go away that kind of depressed me in that way and then I did history and then of course you know I like to read about the collapse of civilization so that's a little bit of a Downer so now I'm just doing psychology you really interesting what's it called music can make you better how is it can make you joins download is this context and if you do I've got a great you're GonNa have told me this to Gary I've got a great podcast recommended Physics Sean Carroll in the mindscape we did interviewed him as it when I saw that you had interviewed him and I was curious to check it out oh yeah that's great okay cool maybe that'll make me more likely to read more he makes quantum mechanics understandable in language which is hard really hard it's very difficult I've read many many a book and he to me matters worse he is of the mind of the many worlds synthesis posting Copenhagen Synthesis so he believes every time you interact and measures the universe that's a lot of universities though my theory has they converge on One there's there's so many infinite ones that becomes becomes all the way back to one well I I read that what is his name Cacho what's his name he has the all the books about like string theory and things like that and like it's all about the eighth dimension of the twenty six dimension and like I listen I have I have a math degree and I only did theoretical math and it's still a stretch to figure out what's going on it's funny you're like both my kids rolling and wanted to my other son was a math major improves and all that but all that stuff that's all I never liked anything applied like if you put me like figure out where this ball is going to go in the like over my head I love doing like especially policy and like the the geometric things that's the stuff that I really liked how why can't go is exists describe it in numbers that you guys do it's so ridiculous I I opened one of his textbooks was just lines and lines and lines of farther symbols I couldn't read there's just something about if you I mean I don't remember any of it quite frankly like the minute I got it would come back though I think it would it's like playing violin I played since I was too but was a sort of like a fabric of existence that you kind of feel a little more comfort in it's like having a kind of pillow top on your mattress if you know that much theoretical math because there's a sense et right because a lot of things chaos and a lot of like physics little little unlocked things with the physicality they'll get another collider and they'll find other things but like when and find a simple elegant solution that's mathematical these things you start to uncover like logic you're seeing the existing that exist in the universe that's the this outside of us in real real to you and yeah it's real in our mind has created it feels less chaotic there is I don't know whether it's our mind imposing you know we're on it real interesting and so would you go to college I went to college in University of Texas at Austin I read that did you get a graduate degree or there's always different degrees I went to college when I would just turn sixteen and so I kind of stayed in college for four and a half years but I took like I don't know twenty I was so young invite me anywhere so all I did was take twenty hours a semester so I got like a two degrees and a half couple of half degrees and music and math and how did you get out of an what's your of course the quality backwards I grew up all around the south my dad was in the military and he moved I was born in Huntsville Texas and then he was kind of stationed you went to med school in Birmingham Alabama then we went to Biloxi Mississippi and lived there for a while we moved around a lot Louisville Miami Blah Blah Blah and then we ended up in and San Antonio Texas and I was about fourteen I was home schooled my whole life up until then except for like first grade bomb mostly my mom did you know yeah I guess you could say Golda we did nothing something I was raised like I dunno I woke up at ten every morning I'd watch you know watch TV I would do some because liked math and I would practice my violin lessons I was raised like an animal but in a good way the annals sounds like veal though yeah it was yeah it was Hi Toby at like an animal geisha or something like that I just have all these little weird abilities so anyway when I was fifteen is really weird we all apply to my career now which is still get to keep so then I was taking violin lessons from this professor. Ut and like when I was fifteen he was like you want to go to college. Chelsea shore on board so then he just got into college I didn't even have I don't have a ged but I just got a full scale he got me a full scholarship to ut then when I was in ut at ut get a real degree quote unquote because I want to be an actor my dad's says have to get a real degree and so I ended up getting my degree and then moving to Hollywood right after college were the only thing you know there are two threads in my life and it's were communicating with people online and then doing theater so wherever we'd move the I would never the other children I would just be exposed to people doing community theatre so community theater was the only time I really contacted people realize and do community theater yeah yeah I do oliver she wasn't she just you know it's just the online and so and then we also had a my grandfather was a theoretical physicist and he will give us his castoff computers so when I was six years old I was on compuserve prodigy and this early early Proto Internet services and I was like learning that was the only people I talked to so get on bulletin boards and you know and that's how I knew people so those are the shoes threads that kind of culminated in what I do with my life now which was online short exposure to other people outside of lessons like that and don't do more music or do I do Music Yeah Yeah I've done musicals and things like that I did this thing called Dr Horrible Singalong bug and I do something I've had many hit like viral music videos music I should be but then I got into running a business in that was like very stressful and then I did that for five year here's and left and that's why I'm only doing creative stuff right now so oh it's a very long story I wrote a memoir called Weird on the Internet almost and that was kind of my weird journey from home school person to me video in her garage to like being a mogul and then this new book embrace your weird was kind of like out of that I just wanted to give other people the tools to kind of like be more creative out of their reaction to my book to talk about this book more tell me more about it yeah so it's called embrace your weird face your fears and unleash creativity and it's an interactive self help book I know I don't I don't have a problem saying self help because I'm here because I've done a lot of self help books over the years but for me but you know I've had a lot of life crisis is in a very productive way and so I didn't know where I was going in life I didn't want who I was well no but we have to do some work to figure out how to get on the the right we used rather dramatic language. They're like I'm here because you've got your in this career because they're gonNA use survived childhood because I think I started creating like writing.
"felicia" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"felicia" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"Wherever she's on their show all the time I was getting a manny petty and I heard a voice that sounded very familiar and I look peers on the show from time to time but Melita has a very distinctive tattoo like a Rosary Tattoo on her ankle so of course I quickly googled and that's it for this episode of happier and Hollywood emails or send US voice memo to happier in Hollywood and g mail dot Com thank you for listening and please subscribe please please if you haven't already thank you so much to our incredible guests Felicia Day by her new book embrace already from the onward projects.
"felicia" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Your Broccoli with the wooden spoon and get those knives Chartres Sean. I would love to see that actually. Could you think you have one of your can cut your Broccoli with a wooden spatula spoon. Yeah Yeah we will re post it but to sharpen your knives. Get fifteen percent off from your friends here at four just go to workshop. Culinary dot com slash worked up checkout that Huckabee'll welcome back to worked up a thug kitchen podcast. Felicia Day is a New York Times. He's best selling author producer actress writer and Award Winning Web Series Creator. It is impossible for credits and projects because the lady has been working her asfaw for over fifteen years. She's appeared in tons of TV. Shows and films like supernatural. The magicians mystery series three thousand probably best known though Oh for her work online behind and in front of the camera she co starred in Josh Wheaton's Internet musical Dr Horrible Sing along blog which I know I couldn't stop watching. I love everything Tweeden does but that's fine and she's also created and starred in her seminal. Web series the guild which really put her on the national stage her hit podcast ask void to the stars is dropping season two next week and we couldn't be more excited. We're voyages ourselves and also her new book embrace. Your weird comes out October first please. He's helped us. Welcome FELICIA welcome to show. Hey thanks for having me. You should appreciate it so we've heard a lot about hot girl summer. You know this this summer and it's officially over but it's starting to feel a lot like Fleischer fall within the project. I love how I should. We're the HASHTAG CHEVAL yeah I mean I have to sell you coming into my element. I went to the mall yesterday and I saw some Ruby and some jewel tones. I saw some sweaters or a long pants. Yeah it's happening because I need to cover this up head to toe. You know that's sunburn season and you're wearing autumnal colors right now. They're wearing a really nice. It's kind of rust and kind of a I don't even know what that colors ochre ooh. That's good who yourself fantasy you wearing butternut squash on your body. Absolutely I'm summoning soup weather one person at a time the reason I live in southern. California is fucking lost on me idea India but your daddy you have two big projects dropping in a matter of months like puckering yeah really close right that much president touring for all of these things must just be exhausted yeah. I'd I'd rather be talking about myself but it has something to talk about right. Versus like just how do I do pretty instagram today and talk about my let's. I will be able to stop doing that. Like how can I posed in a way that I'll get a like people might actually support me versus like hey. Here's my stupid faced not do my hair for you this month. I love of when I know that we're not going to be taking pictures or anything and I'm like guess. WHO's not showering today item ponytail so for like people. They're just like they're new to your podcast voyage to the stars. Can you sort of explained like what's happening with the ill prepared crew. No so the voices I should've stars is an semi scripted improvised sci-fi podcast comedy. It's a lot of just and it's it's really fun because it's it kind of follows a group of people for main characters five traveling to space and they go through a warhol. They go to all these different. planets destroy most of what they do. It's all comedy. It's fun it's kind of like a hitchhiker's eggers guide tonality and so Colton Dunn from superstar Janet Varney from Legend of core and many other shows Steve Berg who was actually Dr Horrible doctoral Salang blog which is an internet musical back in the day that was really big and we have back in the day. That feels like that was just like a year like a teenager will come up and be like I grew up on your content. I'm like I guess it's half your life. If you're eighteen I guess tell me that anyway season to cure soon uh-huh vaccinates From Criminal Minds Coming on board as a series regular and so this season two drops September seventeenth and everyone's just trying to make their way back to earth because we out of found a pass to come back to our home planet and of course we're going to destroy things along the way so and the funding is that it's not scripted. We like script outline points but then everybody everything is improvised in place so we don't know what's coming out of our mouths so when I listened back to the episodes I have no idea I was like Oh. I said that that was funny. Goddamn on clever that's juicy but no it feels like the chemistry had to be stone part when you guys were kind of casting all these these roles because you guys really do just play off each other so what was that process like 'cause. Colin Dunn is I know he's funny sketch comedy and he's on the Oh he's so funny yeah and Janet will the funding is is that Steve Berg said I've known him for many years and he's so funny and he's actually best friends from childhood with the Creator Ryan Coppell. WHO's my best best friend from the web video days? He ran my company. Actually you could send me for a while and he created this podcast but he knows steve completely separately and it's almost like you know when you go to a party and a friend of yours knows a friend that you didn't know they knew each other. You feel like they're working behind your back centre for loose yeah well. How do you know how each other like resentful. What else are you hiding. What are you learning from me. That's exactly how that happened and then Janet I've known for years 'cause I've done a lot of comedy in that stuff and nerdy stuff as because she's on core standing it's evil and then cold and I didn't I only knew like around but we just hit it off and especially this next this. This latest season is so much funnier like we really busted so many takes. It's just like snorting into the mic so I'm really excited for people to hear because it's taking the show to another crazy level. I mean even just captain Tucker's catchphrase space but further like yes. You completely unqualified. I play a new business to captain and that's what's funny about it and I play L. Sarang. I who is like incredibly rich but Dilettante who has like a four hundred degrees and then Steve is kind of like this angry sort of maintenance worker on the space craft the Janet plays an ai who knows nothing so it's pretty cures didn't came in and she's playing like a lesbian cat creature It's you just have to listen to it. Is it's very funny. It is fucking hilarious but like I I'm wondering like I could. I could definitely see this as a show that I would love to watch like why did you guys is decided to try to do this. Zero podcast rather than any sort of other media well because you make millions at podcasting. Everybody knows podcasts. podcast thrown could cause your handle. They give me a pedicure or I don't understand my own pedicure. Bring the grapes. No I think you know coming from the world of web video like I started out creating a web show called the guild realize web series. I wrote that for six years. I turned into a company called PECAN. Senator has sold that company and just as after I sold it w started disappearing in any sort of noise clues right behind you it was great all that expertise worth nothing really good ten years of my life but I think podcasting is the only place you can kind of experiment because mainstream extreme Hollywood always has their parameters and you have to fit in their boxes and the great thing about new media in any format is that you can do things that people have never done before like you guys are like breakout success they would never TV would have never been those two never and the fact that you can go around the gatekeepers now. It's awesome and I think podcasting is the only place to do that so I think that Ryan partnered with this company Madison Wells Media and they were like let's build this out so the first step is podcast but certainly the idea of doing a maybe an animated show down the line. I mean your could get a show off the ground how you really funny appreciate that. Comex and they're doing a audio video game like there's a lot of other things happening on it and we're doing some live shows as well so yeah you're right. It's like it's just a vehicle is one format that I think their stories live that you're right like I think characters and stories can live another format absolutely yeah but like I think that you're on the right path of content when you do something or you have an idea that maybe traditional media media like no. We can't do that when they to- you know you're like. This is a great idea so many no's in my life. I kind of figure that out like I was like. Oh you're never GONNA fit fit in here with the why why do you keep bashing your square peg in this round hole lady. You're never going to be able to round yourself out but if you can prove success then sometimes they just it's undeniable to them yes and then ultimately the end all be all isn't necessarily TV. You know nowadays you can circumvent which I always. I'm always was like fuck. You know really that's my spite really drives my career one hundred that we always joke that like revenge and anxiety or such clean-burning in like Fianna high-octane Spike. You told me I can't do that honey. I'll make it a success in Shelvin in your face because I'm not above a no no. I'm not above anything like I still hear. This and I think about it a lot. When I still lived in Texas I was in a terrible terrible relationship and she told me she was like Matt. You're never going to move to California in. Never GonNA get into entertainment. You're always gonNA work job at the city and you're comfortable here like that's your life. Flou- and like I was like fuck out moving to California within like six months. I was on parts here. Four shoop nope shift like fucking. Don't tell don't tell me I can't do something. I'm GONNA go fucking. Kill myself doing it but also don't give me. A complement of the can't hear that China is too much. I'd rather I almost shoot Ju. I I come from strength better. When people are opposing me like I've had some bad agency meetings like because I left my rep and I'm like oh I wanNA find new people to work with and I met people who really want me and I get really anxious and that I meet.
"felicia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Felicia middlebrooks, good morning. I'm Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ BS started a deadly shooting at a Bank in central Florida makes his first appearance in court details coming up from CBS news called the second oldest Catholic churches ending mass on Sunday mornings and more changes could be on the way candidates for mayor tried to distance themselves when battled alderman Edberg, and it's freezing here. But a record-breaking heatwave is gripping Australia WBZ sports, Josh list. Good morning. Hi, shooting Atlanta holds back. The bulls James harden matches another scoring record losses around for the Paul Illinois. And Loyola more on the bears at forty five. The Dow is up forty seven points. Twenty degrees, breezy and then temperatures start falling a little later. Thirteen degrees. Going up to a breezy high today of twenty CBS news update a court appearance for the twenty one. One year old who dialed nine one one from inside a Bank branch near Tampa yesterday to tell police he just killed five people. Peter King in bring Florida it lasted less than three minutes. Zaphon Xavier was in the courtroom not for an arraignment, but a first court appearance in a bond hearing, the judge read the charges five counts felony capital murder. Xaver says he has no assets. No income. The judge appointed a public defender and ordered as aver held on no bond. Labor wore a black and white striped prison uniform his hands cuffed behind his back. Police say he'd recently trained to become a prison guard neighbors like Sharon's bylanes say they saw no signs sabre whisk capable of murder for what I saw I would never allow my nine year old around someone that I thought was a dangerous person. And I darn sure did not remotely get any type of inquiry that he was dangerous. Or would you anything to hurt? Anyone CBS news update? I'm Deborah Rodriguez. News time nine thirty to a Catholic church that survived the great Chicago fire of eighteen seventy one and demolition plans in the nineteen ninety s is fighting. What may be a losing battle to stay alive? You need another miracle on Roosevelt road. That's father. My gabriel. Pastor of Holy Family church. The second oldest Catholic church in Chicago last night. Archdiocese officials told prisoners Holy Family was being merged with nearby. Notre Dame day, Chicago church. Holy families. One Sunday morning mass being eliminated its Sunday evening mass remaining for now if you cut out the Sunday liturgy, which is the basic harder to perish. You're basically cutting route to the pair so down the road. It's just going to it's going to rot and die. Father. Gabriel says Holy Family. Does not have any financial troubles. But is owned by the Jesuits, not the archdiocese. He thinks the decision has more to do with staffing archdiocese churches burning to foia, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Two of the many candidates for Chicago mayor involved in a one. On one battle day. Controllers is adamant does not Toni preckwinkle received campaign help and contributions from Edward Burke. Now, fighting corruption charges county board president preckwinkle says Mendoza garden, helping money from Burke, and Danny so lease Mendoza notes preckwinkle hired Burke son who had a troubled work history. She finally admitted today that she did talk to Ed Burke directly about hiring his son at the county, Toni preckwinkle cares about two things herself in covering up for herself. Says they did not know about harassment accusations against him. No. We have no access to the personnel. Files of separately. Elected officials earning more than we have access to the files of private corporations. 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"felicia" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You are not as yeah, you're not in touch with your artists when you're panicking. You know what I'm saying? So I could go into any general edition. I mean, you know meeting and I would feel pretty comfortable. I been pitching like I said I've been pitching TV, and I feel totally comfortable being myself. Unfortunately, when I am anything that is like a word on a page at what it is. So basically, I gotta find some else going on or people just offer me jobs because I I I'm on magicians and supernatural hopefully again like I'm on. I do great work there. What's your Instagram handle its fleet, which your Email or you're not your Email Twitter, which Twitter leash today? Really, so simple. When my name's too long. So it's Michael Rosenbaum. Michael Rosenbaum on Twitter. Really? Yeah. Didn't fuck and fit. So I had to put bomb. You should have a story of my life hair doesn't have enough room for Rosenbaum's. How you or something rose you're bad before that? But this is my change Rosenbaum. Thank you. Bob. And instruments likes the Rosenbaum eleven before that an Rosenbaum Levin is brutal. I remember that that was like four hundred more followers this new bum bomb, but bum. I don't know doesn't it's one to auto on character little bomb for we tried. I'd try to get into it. Or to know. So Felicia, magicians, you have supernatural. I don't know what I'm going to be back on those shows. But I'm busy of new baby. You're always worked. I'm working. I have a bunch of writing projects. I personally think you're. Incredibly dynamic and talented, and and warm and honest, except there was one part in the beginning of this whole interview. Well, just it scared me for a second. I got a little maybe a little anxiety. Like, oh, my God that I have set her. It was when I said something tell me about your boyfriend, and you just went I don't talk about my personal life. It scared me for a second. I thought you're gonna snap at me. I just I just I'm like, I don't it's fine. I'm just saying sorry. No. Sex of scary, scary terrifying. For a second. You just looked at me. And I was like oh shit. What am I gonna ask? I I had. had mostly what he talked. You notice. Rob comfortable you uncomfortable. No, I wasn't. But. I didn't. I couldn't tell you wonder. You inadvertently made me uncomfortable because oh my God. I what's personal then I don't. But, but I I respect that people don't want to talk about their personal life. Yeah. Well, so you did except for if you're dating anyone. That's what you don't wanna talk about talk about specifics of my family in general. And I mean, I don't like if I said, how's your sex life? You don't want to answer that. Why would you ask some that? I didn't ask that. I guess. Cried rewind the tape. I didn't say I said if I were to ask that is that a personal question. You could ask me anything. Rod. How's your what's your sex? What's your? So you still have sex for the baby. What with not with the baby. My God Felicia why out wrong? Do you still have sex, even though you have a baby is what I meant. You know, what I met you perverts both of you. Sure. Yeah. Okay. Thank you. That's it was it. Yes. Or no question says, this is what about you? When it's once the last time you had sex, Michael it's been awhile since since my ex you guys have intimate relationship here, you enroll was she was and it with Hemsworth..
"felicia" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Like even if you're a girl and the people that I got the most grief from at the commissary was actually the handful of other women comics that were there. And I actually was talking to Kate about this when I did ARGUS show about. About, you know, there were two women in particular that were very hostile towards me, not to wear that. I would have to complain, but you just knew they weren't. They did not have time for me. You know what I mean? And and they would say mean things behind my back and there were people like that. But then when I got back into comedy and I started writing more and blogging and all that kind of stuff. One of those women actually kinda ran up to me in a grocery store and it was like, I just want to say, I really that you're back doing comedy, and I love your writing and I had no idea and blah, blah, blah, blah. And I said to her, you know, when we were at the comedy store, you really mean to me and she was like, I'm so sorry and had in that wasn't about you. That was about my own crazy bullshit. You know, I mean that I my own insecurities and and in. So that's what I told Kate. It's like, you know, we're all growing, you know, and it's not correct that people. Treat her that way at all. I don't think that's correct at all you know. And but but as we were talking to tiny bit about it earlier, I also feel like we're danger in it now. You know, because part of doing the play thing and part of the strip thing for me was like, you know, I am had nothing. I grew up on welfare with handicap mother. So I had no choice, but to be I had nothing in the middle of the country, nothing. And so to me, it was like, if if if you've made my life where I have nothing than fuck everybody, I'm, I'm gonna break this shit down how I wanna break it down. So there was a dangerous component to it. You know, it's like, you know, smoking pot legally like, yeah, I'm high. But part of the cool thing about pot was goon and get Neffa and we'd hopefully guy has it hanging out with my friends and spray this like now you don't give a fuck. You know what I mean? And so to me, it's like, why shouldn't she? She use her her best assets, and she has so many assets a being funny and be great. Businesswoman and see balls of fire. But why shouldn't she also use the acid that she has football players can make a lot of money in pull them up by the physical assets that they have? Why should know woman use her physical assets? I break it down to that, but as a woman who's now awkwardly age, there is a part of me that is like, but then I'm like, you know, that's bullshit Felicia, because that's what you did to you're so hot, like pretty. I know, but but. Now it's just it's a complicated feeling as a woman, especially when you've already been through that phase yourself. You know what I mean? Like it's like if you're a woman that has a young baby in your older woman whose kid you're just wanna, get the fuck out of the house and you see how the young babies being treated by the mother, the young mother, then you're like, that's now correct. But then you get to this point where you're like advocate, man, you ain't gonna kill that baby. Do what you gotta. Do you know what I mean? And that's how I feel about about her. You know, in our business, it is kind of an age issed business like, oh, absolutely. And especially so for women, I. But it's interesting when it starts happening to men..
"felicia" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi
"Hair with natural care, was that to bring more love to the women who wanted to understand what their texture and so plotted traveling and doing these workshops? I would take every time I would make. A little money. I would put it back into my business and I would travel and I would do these workshops where I would educate the consumer, but I would also give them tools and which the take home and how to love themselves, how to look in the mirror and say, I love you. A lot of people have a very difficult time looking into the eyes of another person let alone selves. So we would do these exercises that would touch the women's lives so that it could bring them back to who they truly are passed. We relaxers you know, everything that had some women that were bleaching their skin, and we would just go through and I would give them affirmations on how to love himself. So hearing all the stories that women would tell me that we're really touch me 'cause that's what broke my heart. And I was like, I gotta step away from behind the chair and bring this to the forefront. So with all of those stories, what brings you what heartens you as you hear these stories like in the work that you do? What makes you basically like, you know what? I'm going to keep doing this. There's a feeling that you get when you're on the right track, and it's it's really interesting feeling because it's kinda hard to describe. It's like something that drives you. You know, you have to contain to do it, but you can't always explain to people why you know, but you wake up with the feeling you have it, and as you're doing the mission, you sat out to do, there's a joy that comes about it and you say, okay, I'm doing this thing that makes me feel good. I don't know why feel this good, but if feels good. So that means I'm on the right track. So it was that feeling that catch me on that. The pass of natural hair is there's a feeling and I'm telling you, I don't even know how to describe this villain, but it gives you cope and it makes you want to continue to more work. Yeah, in your handle everywhere, like loving your hair. Y'all. Felicia has.
"felicia" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Craig when you're the burden the be a woman in her all england his heavyweight yulia to remind be why your sons in their gathers habits luck like that oh i know too often breakthroughs like golf i can have judgment on agha's it article now his bedroom is where we used to do the old podcast where it took a picture of your boss raises there are some very straight face mayo was i want to take and when he did take picture my bulls he looked at mururoa what he thought let me give my camera and epoca glad i had a hold by dick up while he took my balls refunding fiu scotty survey feet away and then i had to get up on asia i should like whether second this is like vietnam i got up close and she you might give you try to do that now like if it with all this stuff happening if you've got that call today felicia regrets goo goo i was tacoma of so let's say a girl wants together or above again not being pressured by by his asking if a woman wants to get hooked orcas i see all these women on a seal he's women like i'm a fucking sexual uh some is talking about pierced vaginas and article a piece for dr is really got two thousand fifteen it was the year the beauty of some shit ever be got their vaginas peers and i was thinking about mike who pierce's vaginas women.