35 Burst results for "Fifty Second"
The Media Ignores News Stories if There's No Political Purpose
"Although I'm open to believing that this is a white kid that shot up people on a football field or the white kids. But I just find it interesting that they never talk about the race. And they can bring up race in every other scenario and point the finger at certain things, but then you see that an absent when it comes to certain shooting incidents. And because they don't want you to know that there's other things that are going on out here. I almost would imagine and I could be wrong. I could be wrong. I want to imagine that this probably was a situation involving young black kids. Therefore, they don't talk about it. They don't make a big deal about it. It doesn't make the headlines nothing but one news cycle in is over and nobody talks about the race. Nobody talks about the victims. They don't even give them any attention. But it's like if they knew that this was a white kid, shooting black kids, or they knew this was white on white violence, they have an agenda to push gun laws and everything else. But if they don't have a political push to it, they typically don't talk about it. They don't bring it up. They don't make it a big deal. I think that this is incredibly sad that a 14 year old boy got killed. Is that not worth more news attention than George Floyd? I was just throwing it out there. A 14 year old boy playing football, he gets gunned down murdered. As he's walking off of the football field, and multiple other black boys get shot between the age of 14 and 17, get shot, they're laying and they laying on the football field. After multiple gunshot wounds, one guy got grazed, a one kid was grazed, but the other ones were rushed to the hospital, and went he had died. Is that not more outrageous to your mind that young 14 year old boy was murdered? They didn't do nothing wrong. They own a football field. They just got finished with a scrimmage. And they get shot to death.
Don't 'Play Video Games' With Someone Else if You're Not Ready
"We should not be having a conversation in the United States about whether abortion should be legal or not. It should be illegal. And you know, accountability is a big thing too, right? When I was 23 years old, 22, maybe, when I decided that I wanted to play video games with a woman and y'all know what I'm saying about video games, I want to play video games with a woman. You know, I had to like consider if she get pregnant, I have to be ready to be a father. So I'm going to make decision to play video games or not play video games. See, the funny thing is that men don't have me and have to be like, all right, I'm going to take a chance. And if I take a chance, I got to be a daddy. Women get to say, if I don't like him, and I don't like where this is going, I don't have to take, I can just have an abortion. That's not reality and it's not accountability. We should be teaching our young people that, hey, make positive decisions. Don't go out and have children, don't have to go out and play video games, somebody you're not married to. Don't play video games, you know, which you control and I plug in. Whatever you want to call it, of protecting yourself, whatever you want to call it. I don't know what analogy to make. With our hand sanitizer, not it's not good analogy. Anyway, don't go out playing video games if you don't want the results of playing video games. And if you're not ready, don't go there. It's really that simple. If you meet a young man and you like him or you meet a young woman and you like her and you say, well, you know what? I haven't gone to college. I really don't have any skills. I'm working at a minimum wage job, I really don't have the energy, the effort to put into this job to work my way up and become a manager and make more money. I have no incentive to work. I do not want to work two jobs. And I don't make enough money to barely take care of myself, I'm living with my mama. If your resume look like that, then bruh, you can't go to the club and pick up women and be hanging out like you a millionaire.
Why Are We Still Talking About Abortions?
"And abortion. Why are we having a conversation in America about abortion at this point? What person think abortion is fine? Just be straight. If pregnancies, ectopic, I say hip topic, ectopic pregnancies are not considered abortions. I believe that's when the baby is beginning to grow and born outside of the uterus. It's not a viable pregnancy. That can really cause a woman to die in the baby not to survive. That's not an abortion. That's not what we would consider to be an elective abortion. That's not considered under abortion law. That's a total different discussion. If you have an ectopic pregnancy, that has nothing to do with abortion law. If you are going to die in a doctor has to make a lifesaving measure that takes the life of your child for you to live, that's not an abortion. That's not even on the law. It's not even considered a law on abortion. Having a miscarriage is not an abortion. And you know I know they know that that's not an abortion, but they use it any way to scare you. Abortions that are on the law that become illegal or they say after the heartbeat bill is when you have an elected abortion, that means you say I don't want this baby because it's because I'm a selfish person and I'm looking out for my own life more than I'm looking at for anybody else's life because somehow I think I can tell the future, but I'm going to keep I'm going to take the life of this baby because of my own selfish reasons.
The Same Censorship on YouTube Exists at College Campuses
"40% of students are uncomfortable, disagreeing with their professor and public are in writing assignments or written assignments. The three most difficult topics to discuss on campus or abortion, racial inequality, and COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Um. I wonder, how is that consistently something that's difficult to talk about on campus? And it's also the same thing that you can not talk on YouTube about. Maybe there's a connection. Maybe there's a bigger conspiracy than we may want to admit. Right now on YouTube, if you talk about abortion, they will age restrict your video. Although they can show transgender strip shows to little kids, and that's not age restricted. I made videos about it, right? Right, Nick, that's not age restricted. But if I talk about abortion based on an education only perspective, they will age restrict your material on YouTube. And what does that mean by age restricting? Don't let them lie to you. Asian restricted isn't just so young people under 18 can not watch your clips. What happens is when they age restrict you, anybody that's not actively logged into YouTube can not see your video, no matter what age they are. And even if you're logged into and your 18 flyer will pop up or pop up will pop up before your video and it'll say, this content is sensitive content, do you want to go from there? Now, knowing the mindset of most people who have the tension span of a net with ADHD will literally look at that clip and say, I don't want no parts of it. I'm going to the video that I could just view and stimulate my mind for 30 seconds and be on to something different.
College Campus Orgs & the Nuance Subject of Rape
"These liberal organizations, they table, they have events as well on campus, but nobody cares. Nobody's protesting these liberal boobs. I had one that was supposed to be standing up for women in domestic violence, but it was nothing but victimizing women, or teaching them to be victims of every circumstance that ever happened to them. You know, the subject had come up about rape. And this is a word that people can donate a fundraiser on, they can get your heart strings running on. But rape is a very nuanced crime committed. And people like to lump it all together. You know, and let me just explain what I'm saying. A young person says that, hey, I was drunk last night. I don't remember what happened. It appears that I had interactions with a man or whatever the case may be, but I don't remember what happened. That's considered that person that will report that as a rape. Even though that person could have consented and the other person could have been just as drunk, they could have not been raped at all. It could have been just the fact that they just don't remember what they said, or they didn't say, 'cause them and the other person they wit was drinking. There's a potential that they could have been raped, but they don't really know if they weren't or where they were not. Not in every case, but in most cases. And that's considerate. Then you have what we call statutory rape. You have a person that's 20 years old, dating a 17 year old, you could be charged with statutory rape, and that's still considered rape. You have a person who is committed to having playing video games is what I call it. So I don't have to say the word, but y'all know what I'm saying. A male and a female committed to playing video games, and then the next morning, this person regrets doing what they did, they could still file a police report and claim to have been raped. So there's different scenarios that occur that a person can either claim rape or not. And then last one is that somebody breaking the house and hold you down force you and 5 or 6 dudes jump on you and get you. But in these tabling scenarios they put all of them together and they say there's nothing that women could do to avoid being in those positions. There's nothing they can do. Absolutely nothing. You just threw osmosis because you sneezed and the wind was blowing from the west, somehow you're going to find yourself in somebody's bed getting raped.
Who Can Speak Freely on University Campuses?
"However, I want to go to the list of the most absurd universities that you probably don't want to see in your kids too if you want them to have an open mind and have the freedom of speech. Skidmore, I have never heard of skidmore university. You just give more college as a private college. They're amongst the top 5 words. Georgetown university, I think it's rinsler, polytechnic, I could be saying it wrong, it's a private university. University of Pennsylvania and Columbia university. And so kids from Colombia university has something to say about them being ranked last, obviously there was a mixed emotions when they were interviewed on campus. But one of them said, I think everyone here is very open minded and so I'm not sure are really sure where this is coming from. And in the article we read, it says, however, Rihanna, a senior at Avi Lee school, said, of course, people think they can't say things. I think people think they might be judged by the majority. If you go through the statistics and you look at the biases, right? I mean, you would think that people on campus that are afraid to speak would be generally anybody who wants to speak out. However, there's a disproportionate representation of conservatives. That are afraid to speak out. According to statistical data from fire dot org, it says that conservative students are most likely to feel they can not express their opinions freely with 42% reporting that they often feel uncomfortable speaking freely compared to 13% of liberal students.
Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts
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North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data
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Manson scores 8:02 into OT, Avs beat Blues 3-2 in Game 1
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Ukraine: More than 260 fighters evacuated from Mariupol mill
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Maryland's Sen. Chris Van Hollen treated for minor stroke
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McDonald's to sell its Russian business, try to keep workers
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Doncic leads Mavs over Suns 123-90 in Game 7 blowout
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Pennsylvania Senate candidate Fetterman says he had a stroke
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McDavid, Smith lead Oilers to 2-0 win over Kings in Game 7
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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship
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No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold
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"Subject like Getting like a another ethnic minority or like religious minority in the area and like Like attacking them with their military shit and and when priyanka was being called out about it like a beauty event. That's when that happened but yet none of these people have like the background of like and either way like even if they did have the background of like super organizing. Say like cool. I'm thinking about like. I think you know even if no name was attached and holds the aggressor even of kalani Colosio also organizes an oakland at least you used to But that's another story You know even if it was these folks who have at some attachments to grassroots. I still don't think that you know activism should be commodified for the mass audience. In that fashion right hoods if you can judge activism based on tick talk likes and like you know algorithm performance right on these different social media platforms. And what does that say about what activism is like. What impression does that leave on. Folks you know activism is the most likes and it is You know these like Infographics and all these things. And and i think that's been kind of one of my the things that i've been rethinking this year to about like what are the limitations of social media As far as like educating people right are bringing awareness to things. And i think that things like this really bring that into focus when we have made it so that activism is this popularity contests. I also think about the things that they chose as the activists causes which are like health care like climate change. And i can't remember that third one but essentially are these three things that can be completely a political. Right as we've seen with like White climate activism right one as we've seen with racists health care reform right like these are things that can be taken in a way that sanitizers a real radical approach to Combating climate disasters right and so. This show is already shot. I'm pretty sure 'cause they only announce things once they're like foreign development. I feel like deadline So this is going to happen. And i just think that a lot of us have to prepare for what people are going to believe. Activism is an already we see that people's perception of activism is so skewed because whenever we critique something it's like people always come out with. Oh you know what are you doing or you know if somebody if you'd like for example right now. Ever critiquing like peg the patriarch. Whatever people are like. Oh so what have you done. That is somehow better than wearing a shed says the jerky right or when it comes to st somebody was like why. Don't we all get together and vote or something like that. Somebody somebody Yet it now that person before that comment i'm like you're talking about they. They did. They said that exact topic. Like what have you done. And she's done. What like a whole paragraph. that's why when they were like the follow comment was like. Let's all get together and do something. It was very like because of that. You know and it's like anyway. Sorry it's just like. I hate that like i'm like i've done a lot okay. Steve from blue's clues also validated. That so thanks. And i just found this post by india more where they State they showed their pictures from the met gala and the also showed picture they also show video of the protests happening outside the met gala and they said like the The war thank you for inviting me folks and i was honored for the invitation and they were also like this is probably the last night gala. I am going to They said that like essentially they don't know that putting on this type of like fantasy show is the right move right now when we live in a world where the fantasy is weaponized against The truth right wendy's aspirational. Things are over Working class people and the last paragraph is i think Pregnant they said like we organize millions for museum on stolen. Land that black and brown people suffer on unless white supremacy things they are exceptional but not for the people. Can't we be substantially generous in ways that alleviate suffering and poverty. I am surprised that i was invited. And i'm grateful for the gesture. And i want us to be more sincerely. Thought for around how we take from people. Do not care about not so we can step that truth but so that we can grow of the heart to change it. I don't know. I feel like this was a different way to stand. In the truth of you know attending this type of event not praising them either like four attending and honestly. I don't like i said i don't know what the what i would have done if i would have got the invitation. You know not that that would ever happen in a million years but trying to put myself in their shoes and and you know somebody who likes that fantasy like i can see why they went.
"fifty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes
"The causes that we believe in right. And i just don't see how sees dresses conducive to change. I am okay with if i am wrong. If this dress really radicalized with the bunch of millionaires and billionaires to give up their their money into hello taxi rich than you know. i'll. I'll eat crow but i at the moment. I just don't think that was the best move and i really. I don't though the real human part of me that's really vein and really likes are and would do anything to go to this event or to be like an eye in these rooms does not blame a for going for being tempted to go but the part of me that has morals ad and things like that. It's just like was this really the best route to reach your goals. And i don't know i don't know and i'm okay with being wrong here. I said what i think. But i also like there's people in my comments that were like. Oh we can't enjoy the main goal and all of them like no one said that first of all I don't really care about fashion. Not much but i also like engage in like whenever it happens. I like all about all the finish on twitter. That people say you know like. Oh i like this person. Like as much as we hate. Celebrity culture like we still partake in it in one way or another right especially. We've talked about this throughout our whole podcast like we still talk about pop culture. We still engage in in one way or another like we enjoy it and we can critique it at the same time so no one is saying you can't like engage in conversations about the mogollon like be like. Oh i like distress sir. Whatever like no one is saying that. But let's be real about everything you know and would it have been better like i would have preferred that. She would have just gone. Yeah sat there food. I feel like people still like it would still on some like be like a moment of critique because it's like why are you there again someone that saying that there are quote unquote democratic socialism socialist. Whatever but it's like. I would prefer that like dan. This performance very like cringe bullshit. That isn't real And yeah and then talking about the are. A lot of people didn't know that there were protesters outside So there were protesters outside who were just bringing awareness to housing to like abolishing the police defunding police and to how you know everything. He said that this just like during the olympics. Right like palmos. People are pushed out. Like you have money to do this in our neighborhood while there's people who are living on ends meet and like of course. Nypd was arresting people like brutalizing people. And that didn't really make that much media coverage which is it makes sense right. Everyone was focused on the mat. So it's like then. I dunno like this is happening outside and then inside you have like these. Perform it addresses that are just like when the real shit is happening outside which brings me to another thing. I feel like he wants to destroy. This is liberalism comes in. A few lucky was to distract from the real activism. Happening outside right like this. Fake performance of activism is onstage. So you can look away from what's happening in the streets ray. Exactly and that. And that is what that does I think i told rubin there was like this tweet that every shared that was like at the end of the day kind of. She's not important at all. She's a distraction whether you're critiquing her praising her like at the end of the day like and not just her herself. It's like that's what liberalism does right like those like instead of grassroots organizing and like doing these like being a part of these movements like we're either critiquing stat individuals or whatever being distracted by like fake progressives and like. It is a distraction tool right and it is just kind of like people like afc put in place to kind of like pacify us in away like okay. Well she made it. She voted so now. I have face like when we were talking during the elections like army not elections like wind. Cops skit get found guilty. It's like a moment of like. Oh maybe the system does work right. But now i'm going off on something else but i didn't wanna bring up recently which ties into this. I think last week a few days ago it was put out that i don't know what network it is. I'm sorry was going to put on a show. Or i don't know if it's a ready happening called the activist. Dad like america's next top activist so they And let me just give you some background if you haven't heard about this bullshit On the show so pretty much. According to deadline the activists is a competition series that features six inspiring activists teamed with three high profile public figures working together to bring meaningful change to one of three vitally important world causes health education and environment I it just and also the three the three high profile celebrities are is usher like if you know me. I'm sorry i. I spoke with sure i do. He's like nine ninety rb. I'm sorry like yeah. But i'm not gonna go into that but also like what is going to bring to the table really and then we have julianne hugh which i have no idea who she is. Apparently everyone was saying that she a few years ago. did black face. So she's a white woman. I don't i don't know if she's an actress or what but apparently like should she be the best person. This show shouldn't happen period. But like you know what i mean like on top of that they have this white women who were like recently got called offer black days and then we have priyanka chopra chopra. Sorry rice cereal. Sem priyanka chara who is also just very messy but most re. I think the most recent thing i can come to mind about her is when she told an actual. I wanna say activists or like not an activist but like someone who was like calling her out about her position on war and imperialism like not to yell because we were all here for love. So it's like these. Are the people on top of this bullshit show. These are the people that you have chosen like. What like i like it. Just it's so. I think that just janka was supporting the indian government who was like imperial licensing and like.
"fifty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes
"It's like she's still there. She still among those people like she's still a part of that space and that means something because you're there period not everyone gets to be there regardless if it's free or not right and it's just like she was like this The designer of the dress is a black immigrant. Women woman and she and it's like those little identity markers that i feel she's trying you know how like liberals cling onto that like the more like it's like identity politics right oh because this designer is black because this designers and immigrant because this designers a woman then all of a sudden there's just we cannot critique of that right and that means something and that means like okay like we forgive you. Where like. it's like this good thing. It doesn't really mean anything at the end of the day like it doesn't it doesn't mean anything that it was a black designer that it was a woman that it was an immigrant. It doesn't matter she didn't pay like the fact of the matter is she. Was there and dad. It just it just so performance like what does it do. Someone had also shared. Like i don't know if it was like google like oh because of aoc's dressed like look at how many people googled the term tax. The rich and i'm like because people wanted to see the dress. yeah. I'm sure there's someone there that looked like maybe like. What does this mean or whatever but it's like let's be real like not that many people are like. Oh i'm going to google this and now i feel differently because you'll see where this dress and i'm so impacted by like get the fuck out here like let's be real like people just to jump through hoops. Because you know again like that fave especially. She's latina especially like she can do nothing wrong and it's like it's just i don't know i'm sorry. I ran to for a long time. Ruben please share your thoughts. It's complicated things going on where to take it. Essentially so use. You said like a lot of people looked up. You know tax the rich after back. And i'm happy that may be folks in their search for images of that dress. That may be a couple of them got an education that improved their progressive politics. If they were heading in that direction. I don't know for how many people that was the reality. They know that they looked up address. And that you know. They became enriched in that matter. I you know. I want to be like you know. Fuck ao and all this shit. I just You know let me just previous with you know. I love our. I was going to be a fashion major Initially you know when i went back to school but then decided to switch to writing When dot call to me more I look forward to the met gala. Every year i look at the outfits. I you know a judge. As if i you know could ever be there you know and i think about like What the mcgowan means right I think a big part of it is the of art Unfortunately 'cause couture is not something that the majority of us will ever experience in real life Being in a gala right a having exclusive access to prestigious exhibits is not something that is going to be a reality for a lot of us. i think it is ultimately like a pageantry of the rich and famous and i think that if we were to take it as just that then so be it You know take it as entertainment with see being there. I i don't know. I imagine like if i would have had the opportunity. In a million years to go to the mag gala. I would just thirty eight. Mcafee are like i. I don't know if that makes me a worse person. But i just don't know that validating this event with my presence aligns with me also trying to make a political message against all of the attendees right like tax the rich but i'm also like Chitchatting with all you rich people. I also paid the thirty k. To get here. I also have agreed to be photographed and promote the event essentially because when people look at the dress now ultimately they are Becoming aware of the mcgilla and that is promotion right If your idea was to make this event stop right or to make this event be more equitable than there. I feel like showing up in couture. you know something that was beverly made for you Maybe not was not the best direction. I feel like the intent with there. But i feel like with liberalism. It is all intent and no action. And i feel like this is one of those cases where sure you'll see has pushed for progressive causes and has been stopped or maybe stops herself at every. Turn but you know. I can't help but think about where her energy would have been better invested right. So in this scenario we have The juxtaposition of her showing up in this tax the rich dress versus a lot of grassroots activists who protested the met gala and were trying to block entry To it for you know the inequity it causes for the you know the street sweepings that causes right. Because homeless people are pushed out so that these rich and famous people can make their way thereby And the city funnel all these resources to making sure this annual event that makes new york city look amazing happens Meanwhile it like has a crumbling infrastructure right. New york just thought that storm that hit a couple of weeks ago. As a as a result of i think it was hurricane ida right New york like the tail end of that disaster and he was completely just inundated. Ride the subway station at streets. It just does not have the type of sewage system a type of infrastructure that allows it survive the developing reality of climate disasters. Brian and so when new yorker see that the city has all this money to invest in the safety security and promotion of this inequitable like really offensively gaudy event. Meanwhile homeless people don't have anywhere to live like the subways are uncared for the streets are not cleaned right like People's living situations are horrible and people are living paycheck to paycheck when new york. Ac- that on top of like an ever Increasing police budget. It's infuriating and so. I wonder how the narrative would have been improved. If you'll see showed up as a protester you know with the other. Grassroots organizers as opposed to ask attendee right and. I know people might think that we're going hard on her. But honestly folks like. I personally feel like she is being poise to be a future front running for president and i feel like in the beginning. That was like now that'll never happen. But the more that you see her. You know neoliberal axe develop the more you see that. This person is being manicure to run once. She is eligible. And i think folks we need to start seeing these quote unquote progressive politicians with that. I write like as much as i. you know. respect what they've done i you know. I don't let my guard down with johann omar or associates. Leave or you know other folks. Just because i respect the activists and that they have engaged in right because it's not like we can't rest on our laurels. Right what else are we doing to develop our thought or to further progress The the causes that we believe in right. And i just don't see how.
"fifty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes
"And i used to be like a walker site as to help people get out of their cars and enter the facility Discretely because used to always be protesters outside Because it's particular planned. Parenthood who was right across the street from a church so sometimes like those religious assholes. Go to church and then walk their asses to the planned. Parenthood unlike protests outside. Like fuck in like they don't have fucking shit to do And i was gonna say like what is the appropriate term for somebody who got to do anymore because if feel like bombs bounce it's not appropriate just a bunch of losers losers man At the planned parenthood. By sorry requiring all. That's only like every time. I joined by this fucking girl there and i swear to god i wanna like drive by my coke gutter but i haven't yet because she always disappears by the time i go around but yes they are losers get a fucking job losers and that includes my mom circa two thousand seven people like so yeah no so like different in all sorts of folks get pregnant and also to folks thus need access to abortions and i really think that folks need to advance their understanding of of basic like healthcare needs right. I know that of course ultimately abortion restrictions are meant to control women and they're done with misogynist intent but ultimately they affect all sorts of people. So we in order to to to reflect the reality we need to have our language Meet the moment. Yes and we would like to come back to this a this conversation definitely in the and more depth next time but we just want to touch on it a little bit. Because it's like something that just happened in the last few weeks but we will definitely come back to this conversation And we are recording. The day after the is a gala or gala gala. So we want to touch on not because it's fresh those who don't know the met. Gala is like this annual event organized by the museum and The editor in chief vogue and whore They usually have like a committee this year included. Like i think. Billy bush and naomi soccer and some other folks And usually it's done to raise money for the museums exhibits particularly the ones that are only there for like a year and the event is like invite only and essentially only like the most. The biggest celebrities are invited so you can rarely really by plate at this event it mainly has to be invited only and then once you get invited you can buy a a space. I think it's for like thirty k. A plate and you're supposed to like bring the most avangard fashions but nobody ever really. Does you know every year has a theme in the past. There's been in the recent past. There's been like the influence of asia fashion There's been like the influence of religion and then the one before the pandemic was camp which was essentially hottest queer culture fact Fashion right and this year. The team was america in america. Lex of fashion. And i hate that and it was supposed to be like american fashion but everybody just did whatever because rich. People don't have haste even though they pay like stylus and all that shit but so essentially. That's what it is. It's an annual event or the richest and most famous people are carefully selected by the powers that be to raise money for museum and to show the pores you know how the rich and fabulous live right happens in new york and yeah i yeah i mean i have opinions. And the mega. It happened in new york in manhattan apparently and afc win and she wore this dress. She kind of like a chick-fil-a bag. It was just like this address with like bread fund. Words whatever that says tax the rich there is simple outfit. I guess but i i just. I was surprised you was their period. I don't know why. I guess it's not that surprising but i was like. Oh okay why. I guess and then of course like her dress just made me like cringe and i was seeing a lot of people you know. Share like when. I when she first came out like oh my god clean and like just so. It's turned into this whole thing right. Because i posted it on anthem and my comments are like it. Earned shambles right now. But i'm like i don't even care. We want to look at them. I want to reply like it's like half the people who like or cringe. And then the other half who were like this is a good thing that she did this right and one of the things like people that are saying that she is making rich people uncomfortable when that she's going to this space where there's rich people and bringing this messaging to make them thinker to make them. Yeah uncomfortable to make them think bringing this conversation to them yes seen it as like like praising her four right and i shared like this video of her and she pretty much says that the reason that she wore this was because these conversations about i wanna say like about taxing the rich here like about capitalism. Whatever you wanna call it are happening between poor middle class working class people and that these conversations are never like i don't know what word she uses she pretty much says it's time to bring all classes into the conversation of having a fair country and it just seems very like there's just so much wrong with that statement like the fact that rich people are not included in the conversations. I that is a lie. First and foremost because rich people like there's also people in my comments that are acting like rich. People aren't aware of these like they're they're not aware that people how people feel about rich people that they're not aware that people are saying taxing the rich that they have no idea what's going on there just so removed an some of them might be right like they might be removed from everything because they don't they don't really need to pay attention they don't need to care but a lot of them no they're not like i've never heard about this before you know but another thing is like they are part of the conversation i feel the dominate the conversation at the end of the day. They're they're kind of like. I don't explain it like aside from them. I want to say that they are part of the conversation and the dominate. It really like to. They have to be a conversation because we're talking about they are the are the group power right. It's like if i'm as a woman if i'm talking about feminism i'm talking about like misogyny and patriarchy specifically from like sip men right and then i'm like oh we need to bring men into this conversation which is what a lot of people do. We need to bring men into this conversation. It's doing doing it. do i need to bring men. Who are the people in power. Who are the people who oppress me as a woman like do they really need to be a part this conversation or do they need to shut the fuck up and listen to women and listen to the people that they are hurting. And that's what i feel about that statement like it's just weird to say. I'm bringing this conversation because rich people have excluded. It's like first of all they haven't second of all like why do it's like. Why do they need to be a part of the conversation rather than like they need to. Just give up their fucking wells. Like that's how i feel about her little statement. I also think she had made. She put out a statement like that. She was invited because a lot of people were like well like she paid to be there right like she paid thirty thousand dollars to be at the table and so a lot of people are like no she was invited. It was free and like she didn't pay for the stress like it was designed for her and even if those things are real right even if she didn't pay to go she didn't pay for the dress like the you know she just wore it..
"fifty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes
"Yeah definitely which is also something that people always say when people are bringing up planned parenthood for example. And they'll be like they don't they do other things other than abortion. It's like it doesn't matter it doesn't matter if all they did was abortions remained like say like. i know. we're not talking about planned parenthood. But that's just like something that came to my head. Because i hate that as well like i think that also like i try to say like. I'm pro abortion. And that doesn't mean that i'm like everyone should get an abortion. Obviously not i think again. Everyone has like a right to like their own decisions. But i think that putting an emphasis on the word. Abortion is important because people try to stray from it. You know what i mean like. They're in a way like we're still kind of implying that abortion is wrong thing like when we're like i'm from choice. Everyone can do whatever they want. And while yes that's true like one of those things is abortion and abortion is not a bad word. it's not. You know something bad that we need to make excuses for like saying these things like well. What if someone you know. What if this happened in like well planned parenthood Other things like it. I don't know. I just kind of reinforces that to me so i feel like i don't care again. Why you on marsh and like i. Just you should be able to get one like that's it. You know what i mean. And i don't care like planned. Parenthood or any other medical like visibility. Just did fucking portions like they like that. Who cares you know. Like i would still defend said like medical facility like sorry when you were like. I'm not saying everybody should get an abortion reminded me of of this like trance comedian. I think it was pattie harrison. Who was like i wanna be i want to get a womb implanted with my gender reassignment surgery. She was like. I want to be the first trans woman to get an abortion. And what's interesting news league. I can imagine the my family's really religious. You know until they're definitely and hope abortion and i think after i had my child. They assumed that i was all of a sudden link. Pro-life like i remember my stepdad. Asking me like oh now that you have a child like have. You changed your views on abortion. I'm like no like if anything it kind of reinforcement even more because no now because my terrible not like that. Because like when i was pregnant i did. I did consider everything. I consider having abortion. I never considered adoption. That's just not me like i'm sorry. People that are like geffen abortion getting adoption. I'm like y'all don't know how traumatizing pregnancy is to. Just go through all this for nine months and be like hugo and. I'm not shitting on people that do that like again. I'm laura whatever you wanna do. Elliot page award nominees film. I just like for me personally. That's a lot like i like either. I'm not doing it at all. I'm doing in keeping it. Like i'm not going through all that took like give it away. Anyway i felt like when i had those options you know what i mean i was like i was i was in like i have to have it like that's it. There's no other alternative right. I've viewed. I weighed my options. And i'm glad that i had those options. Because i you know motherhood. Parenthood shouldn't be forced. It should be like a decision. That were willingly willingly. Get to make for ourselves right because once we force people into parenthood. It's like so many there's resentment there's like you aside from like not wanting a child and it being forced on you. It's like a lot of the time it's financial problems it's like children growing up in environments where they know that they're not wanted right and a lot of the times they end up in foster care anyway like it's just a it's just violent to force people into having children not just for people. The people that are pregnant but also like four the children you know But anyway yeah. So i'm like i. I think i could be wrong on this number. But i think like sixty percent of Like pro-choice people are parents. You know I think like a lot of people are like. Oh it's like you can't be apparent and be like pro-choice play. Yeah because i think the parents especially no like why would we for someone into this. If they don't want that that's not the life that they want or they don't want it right now just because like someone has abortion doesn't mean that they don't want kids or that they don't have kids also a lot of people who have abortions already have children or have had children you know like there's just like putting abortion onto like this box of like people that have been assaulted or young people or people that just can't afford kids like those are kind of like the main stories and it's like people abortions for so many reasons for medical reasons like a lot of times. Pregnant people's lives are dangers. If they don't get an abortion financial reasons like you. Just don't fucking want. If i can get right now like there's this that's it just shouldn't matter if someone wants to share their story like that's their progress and that's great but we shouldn't demand that people give us like some explanation on why and how and how they felt after and if they regretted it and all this bullshit like you know what i mean again. It's like a medical seizure. We don't do that with any other goal any other medical so yeah sorry. Those are just my thoughts. No that's the fine points. I also just want to like you know. Let folks know like I think people think they're doing something when they're like if this was you know if men got pregnant blah blah blah like these. You know you can get abortion to the vending machine or whatever and it's like mendouga pregnant homey like i literally have literally gone with like a transfer and to get an abortion like i saw you know i feel like our connection to planned. Parenthood are different but like for me. I used to live across the street from a planned. Parenthood for a.
"fifty second" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes
"Alot and welcome back to another episode of bitter brown fem. This is your host. Cassandra coming from ill bustle. They has and this is your host ruben. Come to you from portland or again when my god oh my god. It sounds so weird no longer. Like enough slann podcast. Well some people would say that it stretches up there but Oh my god. Texas to portland. Now i know booze but how. How's portland been so far. I mean i know you've got there you've been there forever but yeah i mean my apartment. I had as far as i usually go. I like my apartment. Lots good because that's where you're going to be a. But i mean i really haven't left my house. I have to force myself to like leave my house so all like schedule like a coffee pickup or something in my life. I'm like you won't make coffee home today. you're going to go buy coffee Yeah so. I just did. I haven't started like the socializing or whatever yeah like school hasn't started like teaching hasn't started so i'm just but it's fine like i'm preparing my house like i'm very happy that i came early because otherwise like my house would be so organized and i will be living in a box full year whereas right now like i'm taking the time to put everything in its place and it's been It's been really good. It's felt good. Yeah that's good. I think that in school when you start working going to school like i mean you'll socialize morin like nesting. There's a little home. Yeah little cancer crab that you are so i am. I like my house. it's very noisy. 'cause i live by like a busy street but it's fine like it only gets in the way when i'm like recording stuff or whatever but what are you have you been. I don't know i've been good. I guess like we haven't recorded in such a long time. It feels. i know. I'm trying to think and i live july right or like. Yeah 'cause it was like our late prii and we're like the middle. Would this be the middle of a street up the. Yeah so it feels like but as we said we did alive of within a few days ago. Oh my god. Y'all my never know the dates. Like i get a few days ago. We did a live on our facebook. I mean on on her instagram. Did i know we never have opened my facebook in ages or posted anything on there so we did give an update like an hour. We did an hour live Because we've just been kind of like you know rubens removing just kinda going through changes like my child went back to school so that's been an adjustment you know as well and i'm planning on going to school and getting that figured out so i feel like we've just been we apologize but we've just been dealing with life but i think we're getting settled in so we're like back. Yeah so part of. I guess you know i was telling like this fucking year which we've talked about like living in texas. It's just been. Oh my god the words to describe it. It's just lake greg. Abbott has just been like. I don't know like i honestly like it's like this thing. Where like trump lost. And i feel he's trying to assert his like bullshit like oh well texas still like you. Don't i mean republican in texas is still going to build this wall and like this. What is the word. I'm looking for revengeful. Maybe like i don't know he's just been like he's been trash but this like lash this whole year. He's just been like like just over the top with this bolt like with all this bullshit with like what happened during the winter. Storms with like so many laws that he's put into place like the latest one of the latest ones a few weeks ago was the abortion ban. That just like like that really happened. There was like this like when they had proposed it a few months ago. I think people are like. Oh it's not going to go through. The supreme court is going to shut it down and then it it just it happened in. It's like banning abortion at six weeks which is pretty much. You're banning abortion so. Let's be real about that because a lot of people don't know that they're even pregnant by six weeks. That's like what a month bike. That's it like you just can't get a fine abortion and there's there's just so much to talk about regarding that a lot of the things up like people how people talk about the abortion man right. I think just like things like saying like there's no exception for like like rape which like. Yes that's shit obviously but it shouldn't matter if someone was assaulted or raped or someone Whatever the reason is. I feel like a lot of the time the we're talking about abortion people. Throw out these like things like well. What if this person was in this circumstance. And what of this person like trying to garner empathy or like be like this is the exception and there should we should never. I feel like kind of go into that. I think that those things are important to talk about. But as a separate thing if that makes sense because then we're just like i don't agree with abortions but like in this case this person should get one and this person get one because of this and it's like we should. Everyone should just be able to abortion like they shouldn't have to share their stories or baier's or you know like just that's it like you get one and like period. You know the way that that has I've understood that is essentially when we say like oh you know we should allow at least abortions for when somebody gets sexually assaulted or and other hard circumstances and it's like that presents that like a person only has a bright to make decisions about their body once they've been violated right once they've their agency has been taken from them right through these different types of violences and that is not as progressive as people. It's not the argument that people think it is right because ultimately you're saying you want to give people back the rights to their bodies only once. They've been abused. And you know that's why it's important to Just fight for abortion access in general like without stipulations Because it's it it's like a medical procedure like it is supposed. It's supposed to go hand in hand with like access to healthcare right. It is a healthcare procedure..
"fifty second" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"I'm probably going to have to ultimately put in the writing because the after talking about this. I really liked it. Actually i think it's okay. Word is considering Three point five. I've given a which has it in thirty second place for me. Which i don't know i feel like eighties eighties. The middle ground of the episodes. I feel it still not as good as other episodes. But it's a lot better than like the chunk of swords we've had lightly and i guess how combined rating of seven point five can only speak for that which is already higher than all of the episodes of Terrible it's good. I guess a. Where are we putting it in your ranking thing. I'm gonna put this in twelfth place do so just below the sort of how that's good so between forty six and forty five. Oh i wish i could use excel. I am actually quite good with excel but apparently not right now. Actually i think i might put mine to be higher just because it's just it's just a little bit in some of these. I'm gonna okay a fan where i'm gonna put it. I am going to put it the still thinking apparently I'm going to put it in. It's now an eighteenth place but now there is i. I liked the more. I think about this episode. Morlock it those episodes where you watch it and you kind of like. Oh i just watched tv show and then you think about and like. Hey i like it like this. I like this a lot. And i guess it's also me thinking about the episodes that i haven't liked and was like. Oh no you. Yeah this this is good on all episodes should be the better. Yeah so here. Which is and i know. We keep on saying like episodes like this. Then it'll be a good show and we're running out of time for that to happen. We need literally every single episode after this one to be above this one and then the episode that the season will be possible. So please play show. You are running out of time. our overall ranking is kind of hot. I might wait until we have quinn's to do that. Because if quaint quickly likes this episode this'll be a high ranking episode of queen. Don't like this episode. it'll be like an average ranking episode. Still because well combined writing seven point five and look web given like ratings of four like our overall rating being four for things so which is like that..
"fifty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"I love love that. This is like i got an idea. It's a it's a cat's based serial. No wait it's a serious about one character in no wait. It's a serial four cats and they got like the full galaxy braid by the actually. I've jj dire. Gabe enjoy flipped the entire thing on its head. Now there's cereal for cats about. That's what the boardrooms at heb. Some like when they're making new series they just let people embrace their while dreams and see where it lands So we you know. We talked about getting sent links When when and is in the news and john oliver Got got on cereals case for lacking innovation and I none of research probably went into the ps. But dan. I would like to hear your thoughts on it. You know. it's like obviously. He went into this for the very negative attitude. He has not listen to our podcast Just because i don't see how you can look at some of the cereals that came out in the past few years in say that. They're not pushing the innovative envelope at all. Like like within the time that you and i've been doing this. There's been chicken and waffles within the confines of this program. Yes our patch kids cereal. Come korean green onion checks. It's just been very out there with the rush to see what can happen next. I know it's not cereal but like everything bagel pop tart. Seems pretty up there. Also so i'm not really sure what his standards are for innovation in the serial game but there was one story that caught my eye that didn't seem to fit into our normal new segment that i thought was a really interesting example of cereal innovation. That is occurring right now and that is have you seen the kellogg's cereal vending machine that's lily rosemary about it. So it's kind of along the same lines as a coke coca cola freestyle machine in that. This is a a smart robotic cereal vending machine that is capable of creating you a custom bowl using twenty two different ingredient options including milk or yogurt as a base It's developed by a company called chow. Medics who also made something called a bowl bought. That did the same thing for salad mixing and you know naturally the evolution from a salad robot to a serial robot just shows how close to humanizing machines. We are getting But this is hot. Also off of the cold. Cereal heels of kellogg's new mashup of frosted flakes and apple. Jacks which I should have noted earlier as well. They're holding a A fan voting poll. For what the next kellogg's mashup will be. But unfortunately everything in that involves frosted flakes and something else so. I'm a bit more excited. I get a real sense from the mashup thing that they're like. We have to move a lot of frosted flakes. We've made too many and we don't know what to do about it kit shack on the line. We've got a lot of frosted flakes get rid of but the contents of the serial. Vending machines seem way more innovative to me because They listed a couple of the possible. Pre mixed bowls that you can order. There's one called last night. That mixes frosted flakes fruit loops in crave with chocolate drops. Banana chips espressos syrup. There's also hawaii five. O that blends frosted mini wheats and bare naked. Triple berry granola with coconut mango and pineapple. And like i don't know my own customs. Serial robot seems like a very good example of cereal innovation to me No kidding yeah. But unfortunately for now. They're only testing the rollout of this serial vending machine at florida state university and the university of wisconsin madison. Which is honestly kind of genius if you wanna get some You know good use data on how this thing goes because no one's gonna use it like college students are. What pizza hut did that with. When they rolled out their delivery program they started. They started by sending up outside college. Campuses after wonder though too if this was specifically designed for college students to keep them from going to the dining halls and filling up tupperware's in backpacks from those big circuit breaker handled cereal dispensers. Because that's how i spent my college years john oliver. I hope you're listening. There's a lot happening here. john join us. Thank you so much for listening to this program A prompt for this week. Or anything you want to ask people. I've got an idea. Yeah if there were to be an empty bowl cereal. What would you imagine that tasting like based on your experience listening to this show. Maybe we've asked that before. I don't know but out of that i did abstract. Thank you if you want to answer that. Go to bowl dot rest and you'll find a little button this as leave a and you can play the mike and your camera or in your computer or just answer. Salary wanna do We are on your phone whenever whenever works. Thank you for Listening if you would like to take the next step with this program if he got something out of it you can go to boll lot rests and pledge some money though be deducted from your account monthly That's a weird way of saying it will be. It will be removed from your balance. And that's how the serial vending machine would phrase yeah You can support us at levels of like ninety nine cents up to. I think nine ninety nine a month and half that keeps dot net running. That's stands website by the way and the other half goes to Shelter for people experiencing homelessness in my area. So we very much appreciate support you can. Also you know if you don't wanna do the money thing you can share the show around spread the link whatever you wanna do but you know it all helps. It's all good stuff. this is our i think. Fifty second episode that right there That's like this weekly exactly first year. It's only been three.
"fifty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"Hello dan ingested. This is stina. She her from knoxville tennessee. I believe that it is a real lost. My middle school sell but my favorite boy band. Hanson didn't have their own cereal. Pops i think the perfect Pops would have consisted of a three part harmony of honey. Cereal visas as golden as their lustrous. Hair flower-shaped marmots in the shape both the daisy or a rooms and freeze dried strawberries. Honor of their home state of oklahoma. I think it would have been a sweet and delicious. Cereal perfectly matched the boys who stole my young mark. Hi denna just in. This is james from dallas texas. My favorite childhood figure was lavar burton of spring rainbow and star trek next generation and while a reading rainbow serial. Kind of mix. Itself's i envision a star trek cereal as visor shaped corn visas with what court shaped margaret's and a golden honey flavour because jordan forged headache. Gold uniform You guys are great august haydn. Just my name is brittany as an imo tiled. My passion was with the album. Welcome to the black parade by my chemical romance. I think sort of made a perfect spooky. Halloween exclusive cereal with chocolate cereal pieces and perhaps smarter set look like skeletons and marching drums. Thus would've made childhood me happy and delights present-day me thinking about it. Thanks hi dan. Justin tasks in my childhood icon. Cereal would be based on mr moustapha lease from the musical cats which i loved growing up mr moustapha lease has a rainbow that comes out of a mug which would be a great that'll marshmallow as well as cats beeping in cats dancing. I don't know how it'd be flavored. My cat loves benita asleep. So maybe you could flavor it like that and then just have cereal for cats. I don't know anyway. I love the show. Thank you so much. I love love that. This is like i got an idea. It's a it's a cat's based serial. No wait it's a serious.
"fifty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"We're only the edge over here. Did you crack the mystery of the mystery. Mystery poverty and it. Just don't tell me. They're fruity pebbles flavor. And again i can't take a deeper breath from these ones because we really can't seem to stop talking about borderline unsettling cereal or cereal adjacent topics today mystery pop tarts which of course mystery flavored pop. Tarts are the single most shocking breakfast product. I think i've ever tasted in my years covering the genre. If you could call it the edge of i see what could this be. Okay so spoiler. Warning for everyone going forward we will be revealing the true nature of these mystery. pop tarts. let me walk. You have this on a source or is this just your based on your palate So i'll get to it. Let me start from the from the beginning. Because when i first opened the foil the smell struck me immediately and all i could think was no way. They can't do this but sure enough. yes way. The leading flavor here is very oily savory and cheesy now dan no it is getting out of the way. It's not pleasant. It's fun for like the first couple bites to think about eating like this overloaded cheese danish basically but whether you eat it normally toasted or an. I shudder admitting that. I tried this frozen. There's no way getting past this sort of smokey patina that covers every part of this pop tart. It's at the same thing that wipes out of gas station. Hot dog roller. Exactly my immediate guests. When i finished my first one was that it was cheese flavored staffer second unless drill down on when i finished my first one. There's two different ideas in there. That are i find are pretty challenging. Put her those. You finished it and it was your first one which has be there could be a second. Well i had to try them toasted in frozen as well and do might do. Journalists have diligence and also like these come in a pack of sixteen a sixteen count value pack of cheesy pop tarts. That is a bold decision. The first we actually talked about exactly this right about a swing to be like. Wow i sixteen of these. I hope i like them. Yeah so i've been giving them away to people in Sort of ruining their day with that kind of backhanded gift But yet my immediate guests was cheeses. And i posted my review to social media and this seemed to be supported because someone told me that twenty twenty. One is the hundredth anniversary of cheeses. Which by the way is insane to think about that. Jay gatsby could be serving cheese. It's at his roaring twenty parties but a week or so later kellogg's released the official promo site for this mystery flavor and they left a whole bunch of very obvious clues to lead you to what the real flavor is supposed to be And i'm talking. One of the clues was like this. Keychain is everything and then the key says bay goals so i if you think bagels. That's what all the clues tend to suggest. And you look at the ingredients. Which i probably should have done sooner. And there are like garlic and onion ingredients. I think to this was supposed to be everything. Bagel i believe but whatever you call them. These pop tarts are scarcely suitable for human consumption and is there upon revisiting it with that knowledge. That can change your perception. Do you get like a cream. Cheese vibe from at all is that part of the equation. I do think. I do think the cream cheese charts to make more sense when one of my friends noted when i gave them to her so i think they got the cream cheese element right but i don't know sure you're going to get some some buzz and some pr around this. But i feel like cheese. It would have gotten more like. That's almost a bigger like yeah. Yeah everything bagel almost sounds palatable to try as a stunt yeah. They need to like individually release these. I think that could be more fun as sort of a novelty than really putting in the investment. But if you under something really interesting that happened surrounding this story I mentioned when these first came out also that they were not the first mystery Toaster pastry ever exist because walmart great value brand released one three years ago now generically thirty flavored and they never announced what the answer was outright. I remember goofy but someone who worked on those toaster. Pastries emailed me wishing to remain anonymous. But wanted me to know that. I can exclusively break. The three-year-old news. That create value mystery toaster. Pastries were sugar plum flavored. Shocker blom fascinating. Yeah I don't know why that news never fully broke. But i'm glad i can have that that distinction on my blog of saying that. I'm i'm thrilled that you got this next one on here because i i have something to contribute at dan. I think the most underreported story in syria media which i guess is basically you and me and eight other people like we definitely I think we're doing our part here but is that heb texas's own h. I guess. Texas in austin Heb is become like the most exciting producer of cereals developer cereals in in the nation. Your thinking about this a lot especially after trying something like the lucky terms marshmallow clusters which feel like they slipped through the taste testing process accidentally by way of having no taste in the first place. meanwhile you can tell that there is someone i. It could be several people. Heb who woke up one day and just decided we're going to make the best serial on earth and we're really going to put our hearts into it. Yeah we're we love. Syria were actually got to do a good job at you. Know what we've never done an interview ever. I would love to find like the person. Heb his life were absolutely. We're going for it. Yeah so if you're listening to this and you either are or no the serial heroes over at heb. The mavericks feel free to send us a message at mail at bowl dot rest with the subject line Heb omg sure But on that note. I got sent three more. Heb cereals from listeners. Douglas I want to run the run through them really quickly. Since even though they aren't strictly speaking new each are testament to just how much love and care is put into the serial at heb. So i we have honey nut cornflakes with granola really buries the lead on this one because this is like honey. Bunches of oats matched up with kellogg's crunchy nut which they said they don't make any more. I don't know if you remember that one at all. I mean i know of it but i i throw longtime so that one's unique and likewise this one is for including actual peanut flavor as compared to peanut butter But peanuts in contrast bring a really great earthen oiliness to any cereal. And i think this was a very smart and simple hybrid of something that works very often in a cereal. And something that you don't see as much so big plus there. I also got strawberries and cream crispy rice. Which is these next to a honestly Auto label so this is like if you took strawberry rice krispies added real strawberry bits to add some fruit punching nist and then added and this huge freeze dried yogurt pieces which i personally think have the potential to replace markets in any marshmallow cereal and creamy. Inist that is such a nice contrast to the tart of the strawberries nauseous safe. Yeah i may look like something out of like a trampoline park foam pit. They also look very nice and finally out of these. Three is heb mango flakes which are also stellar stellar stellar on believable. These things and you could like they have these chunks of like the flakes are so vibrant. They've got like this huge their cornflakes with like big orange color but also just like really massive granola club. You really powerful things. Yeah the granola clusters really. What does it for me here. the only other mango cereal. I've had were trader joe's mangoes and those were very like yup. This is a mango cereal. But if i can handle very on the nose. Mango for a whole boxes worth about. Heb manages to throw in these granola clusters way. More puckering aftertaste. That really just makes this a fun. Carnival for the census in almost reminds me of like a The flavor palette you gift from like a peach cobbler. Hardy crunch mixed with tartness of the fruit. Like obviously mango is not exactly peach flavor. But you get the idea from that. I think it's a- that appeal H zero scott. Y'all get near you get get over there. Heb heroes embracing breakfast. That's what i'm going to say stands for. Hey eat breakfast. You gotta tell me twice. We've told them twice now. We have two great eight. Gb acronyms hey. We asked you our beloved listeners. Which childhood character you feel got the they deserved And.
"fifty second" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"Any other happenings in the world So it's kind of been slow going for actual retail store new serials but We have seen that for this fourth. July cap'n crunch is red white and blue crunch will be returning. This is something that appears just about every summer but this time the cabin is mixing it up a little bit because instead of just getting red white and blue colored crunch berries fears. We're getting a box of all crunch berry. Stars sounds delicious in crunch berry. Stars have appeared in christmas crunch before but they were only a small part of the overall mix. So i'm honestly a little bit worried about what sort of Rough of mouth havoc these crunch berry stars might have because you eat crunch berries already and you know the sheer goodness of them inspires you. Eat really quickly. Insertive a rope roughs up your palate a little bit and having these little cow. Trump's in the box now seems like a recipe for disaster at a backyard barbecue. Yeah the one thing. Kevin credited not need was like more texture more textural. Yeah i mean you even look at the cabins face on this box and i mean historically the cabin often does pretty funny faces with stink is an awkward smiles but in this one he really looks like he just got a five pointed crunch berry stuck in his throat. Somewhere so definitely. Don't forget to drink the milk with this one. Yeah and if only soothing balm to secure yourself One of the things we liked to do on the empty bowl is try new serials. And tell you if they're good or i won't even say back because even the worst serials pretty good. You know less than good you really. You could start transitioning into this version. Appropriately a yeah Lucky charms appointment on this one as painful dan. This wasn't hurt leader read. I couldn't even finish it. I've got incense burning a cup of tea and like a cat on my lap for this one to try and keep this discussion meditative because marshmallow. Clusters has to be a top disappointment from the past few years of cereal. I'll admit i'm not privy to the actual internal process of cereal development but having this serial which yes. You've been hired on as a consultant. Exactly exactly they'd probably too afraid that. I'll point out the clear gaps in their oat flour infusion process But the problem with this one was we. We've talked about it a few times now that two years ago it was first rumored that a lucky charms crispy rice clusters. Cereal was coming out and extensively. Seemed like this was going to fill a really big heart. Wrenching void left behind by rice. Krispies treats cereal which changed its recipe much so for the worst And from what we could see again of a very grainy image of lucky charms crispy rice clusters it had that same really good gobbled up toasted rice with a sugary binding element going on but somewhere over the course of the past two years the actual consistency and content of what is now called lucky. Charms marshmallow clusters changed dramatically. And now in addition to you know lucky charms. Marv you have these little squarish pieces made of like amalgamated grain dots Squared circles if you will and they just taste like nothing like there have been plenty of bland cereals over the years but this one takes the totally unfrosted cake really not not even more so than like the pieces of like frozen and and those that flock cereals the ones at least have sort of this density to them. They're very very light and airy. I will say that they're weirdly extremely crunchy. If that's what you're into but the flavor is just not buried kicks like rice or are they rice rice and corn mixed. So i can't really tell the exact blend but there's something very audible about the way they crunch but then you have marshmallows as well and ordinarily marshmallows exists to provide a fun pop of you know normal creamy sweetness to a more interesting cereal. Based but here it's like spreading marshmallow fluff on top of white bread It just adds nothing to. And i don't know i was really disappointed with this one so i. I wrote a bit of a scathing review that is far more negative in tone than we will permit on this podcast. But i'm already getting pretty fun. Narrative progression going on in the comments below. That post people will be like well. I can't trust your word for it. I'm going to spite by anyway. And then somebody else will apply and be like listen. That's what i said too but trust me. Do not do this. Maybe it's not all bad that something like low key. Charms didn't change anything about the cereal because lucky charms has not had a great track record lately with trying to fix what's not broken. So maybe stick to fancy margaret's for now Can we hope for better from team. Cheerios cheerios. i find that it's hard to actually go wrong because again i'm an old flower stand at heart and having this serial that's basically all about celebrating the potential of makes me really love most nutrients that come out So that was our original tagline for this show celebrating the potential votes. Exactly like the at the bureau did not give their sponsorship like we really hoped but these team cheerios. So we introduced these a news story last week and i kind of aronie asleep. Said they would just be a frosted berry flavor but they really did put in the effort to make this a cheerios mashup serial killer original team cheerios of the late ninety s. So what team sherry of does is combined. Strawberry blueberry and frosted cheerios for an end result. That is pretty. Alright right i think you see with cheerios. Allot where you're either going to get sort of a plainer more sensible cheerios variety. Or you'll get like the flavor blasted cheerios. That really hit you over the head with the indulgence factor and team. Cheerios leans closer to the former. Which if you go in expecting more of a subtle sweetness. You're probably going to enjoy them. There's a really good job of strawberry and blueberry just because those individual cheerios flavors. Were already really good. I thought this might be a little bit like very buried cheerios. But it doesn't have that same raspberry element that those did and for me. At least i'm not the biggest raspberry fan. Because i don't like how the sharp raspberry flavored tends to override everything else. So i was really happy with these team. Cheerios because he reminded me a bit of kellogg's fruity snacks which are probably the undisputed king fruits next right now especially since the old scooby doo switcheroo those for me and you know team. Cheerios isn't going to win. Any world records so to speak to talk to the team But i think they're still worth a try. If you like the constituent parts it probably could have done without the frosted. Cheerios is because they don't really contribute a lot but not bad overall especially compared to the marshmallow cluster. Lucky charms that. I had before him. It was nice to actually benefit of following this.
"fifty second" Discussed on Who Positive
"Patrick Rowden the second doctor. Initially I was just going to talk about the faceless ones. An animated episode that was created using the soundtrack from the original nineteen sixties. Faceless ones episode. That episode is one of the missing episodes of doctor who the second doctor has the most missing episodes BBC in the sixties decided that most of its archives. Were probably not going to be interesting to people. So they would wipe episodes and reuse the tapes. Over the years they have been able to find some episodes that had been shipped to different studios recently. I think it was in the Middle East. They found a bunch of episodes and they're able to take the soundtracks that fans recorded for years and recent them up and use that in the episodes they clean them up they remix them a lot of these episodes. They haven't been able to find it all. And they've taken the time to animate and create whole episodes out of either parts of episodes or in the case of the faceless ones and the terror they animate the entire thing they also did for power of the DALEKS which is very important episode. That's the second doctor's first episode and I have been kind of enraptured watching these animated episodes they've also done a couple of episodes where they have only animated a few episodes that were missing like moon base which I also very much enjoyed. I haven't spent as much time with the second doctor as some of the other doctors mostly because he has a lot of missing episodes and there was kind of a carryover between episodes back. In the day you wouldn't necessarily cleanly end one story and then start another one the end of the faceless ones for instance. The hardest is missing Ben and polly to the doctor's companions at the time. Decide what this is. They're they're gonNA just go on their way and they leave the doctor. Jamie and the Doctor. Jamie go looking for the Tartus. So it continues directly on into the next episode evil of the dollar which is another missing episode fingers crossed that after fury of the deep evil of the daleks is the next episode that they animate. I really excited because there isn't an entire season of Patrick Troughton as the doctor but if they do evil of the Daleks I think that they would be able to put on a Nice Blu Ray box set containing an entire season of the second time. Patrick Troughton had a really rough job. His doctor who was a phenomenal success with William Hartnell in the title role as the doctor. Taking over from William Hartnell meant that Patrick. Troughton had to somehow take a character that people had gotten to in love and put a new spin on it and make it his own with the highest viewership figures of any show in Britain at the time. The show is getting famous from movies. Starring Peter Cushing. So that was like you know what we can do this. It doesn't have to be William Hartnell. Necessarily he's kind of thought of as the first doctor that has the regeneration power and it adds a mythos to the show and so he's bringing in a huge chunk of what's become classic doctor who mythos with him and watching him do that is very very cool and being able to watch power of the DALEKS his first episode cement after watching some William Hartnell stuff and they're very very different actors and what they bring to. The rule is so different. And you would think that maybe audiences would bulk but at the time. I think that Patrick Troughton was able to carry the show. Different Way Than William. Hartnell was his relationship with one of his stalwart companions. Jamie you can tell the really enjoyed working together. I think the audience could tell that they very much enjoyed working together and that I think really helped the show move forward now. Without Patrick Troughton there would not be doctor. Who now if that hadn't happened if they'd have just said you know what? We got some series. We're done bills not feeling. Well we gotta we gotta pack it up. Which could have happened. He could have very easily been just a hey. We had a good run packing it up but instead they they went on a limb and they tried Patrick Troughton and worked anomaly and going back to his episodes. Now and being able to view them with new eyes and have more of a continuity between episodes. It's really cool. I highly highly recommend checking out the animated episodes and more of Patrick Trout and stuff I've watched faceless ones Mac patera moon base and tomb of the Cyberman to government is one of the few intact episode and it is thought of as classic and I can see why I mean the obvious racism aside. I will not say that. These episodes are perfect but the obvious racism aside to move. The CYBERMAN is super cool. Episode. It's really fun to watch. The terror is also really cool and knowing that what happens to the macro in gridlock the tenth doctor episode. It's kind of cool to see a very different side of the macro in that. There's a lot of cyberman episodes with the second doctor. I'm right now watching the tele snap reconstruction of Wheelin space. Where one of my favorite doctor who companions Zoe is introduced so? I'm just really excited that they're doing this project. I'm really excited to rediscover the second doctor for myself. He has the most missing episodes. There's going to be a release of fury from the deep either late this year or early next year and I'm really excited about it. I was a little disappointed that the wheel in space was a tele snap reconstruction and not a full animation. I had been misled online. That there was a full animation of wheel in space that was exclusive to Brit box. That's not the case. It's a tele snap reconstruction so it's basically like listening to a radio play and having some pictures from the episode up which is pretty cool. I'm glad I get to experience. The episode and there is an abridged version of the first episode of wheel and space. That's been animated and I'll check that out. The second factor is is well worth your time to look at you can see elements borrowed by other actors playing the Doctor Matt Smith. I think you can see a lot of Smith's eleventh doctor in the second doctor and I think you can also see things that capote borrowed from the second doctor. I'm also watching Peter. Cappelli suffered looking for attributes that other actors brought to the role that I believe. Peter Cappelli purposely brought out. And I'm glad that I rediscovered the second doctor so that I can look for those attributes a little bit more again. It's not that I haven't watched everything the second actors in it's just that these episodes I've never seen before because they were lost. They weren't available so this is the first time I'm seeing some of them and it's really cool and it's really cool to have his era kind of restored I'll talk probably more about faceless ones or macro terror future episode but I just wanted to say how enraptured. Am with the second Doctor Right now. And how much fun? I'm having watching this stuff in rediscovering stuff because again he had probably the hardest job of any doctor isolation times. I've been reading some articles about covert time and how physical distancing has been causing people to feel really isolated. Some experts thought the term social distancing was not the correct term to use. The term should have been physical distancing because what we really need to do is stay physically distant from people not socially win traumatic events happen humans as a group tend to cluster together and comfort one another. But that's exactly what can't do in cove at times at least not physically. I've been reading more about how isolation can trigger people who feel anxious and epithets. I'm definitely more on. The epithet excited the anxious side. It's really interesting to see how many studies have been done about isolation people were saying that it can be as harmful as high blood pressure in some cases at just a lot of stress into our lives. And we can feel lot of loneliness especially when you don't have someone to share your life with. It's important right. Now that we go out of our way to comfort others to reach out to people to take comfort in our small circle of people that we have in our lives and take time for ourselves. We're not likely to live through something like this again. And it's important right now to reflect on who we want to be at this time and we WANNA help and who can help us so I just encourage you to give someone that phone. Call that. Maybe you haven't talked awhile. Try Zoom chat or even just send an email but reaching out is really important. Not just for yourself to try to ward off some of the things eighty and some of that apathy but also for the people that you're reaching out to one article said that just reaching out to someone and being able to say to yourself at least someone is thinking about me is a big deal so I would encourage everybody take some time to think about someone. You haven't reached out to a while. Just reach out to him in some way phone. Call email anything. You can't fill the notebook so in nineteen ninety-three they found a really cool deep space. Nine notebook with graph paper in it and as of Sunday may third. I filled that notebook with notes. About who positive and was fun to look back through it and see the notes that I have starting with episode one all the way to episode fifty one and it was just fun to read through it and see how my mission has changed a bit and to see how many episodes of watched and taking notes on to see how many of watched and take notes on that. I haven't gotten a chance to talk about yet. How many ideas that I've have also haven't gotten to do yet and it just reinvigorated me and just reminded me that. I have places that I want to take this podcast and I have People WanNA talk people. I want to find out more about and find out about the things they love and find out about what those things bring their life and so it was just really exciting. And I don't finish notebooks very much. I by many many many notebooks. The fact that this one is twenty seven years old and I just filled. It tells you about my propensity for not filling up notebooks. When I filled a notebook I had to choose which empty notebook I wanted to be my who positive notebook next and I was like a choose the blue one do I choose one or a green one. I went with the orange. One was exciting. It was exciting to feel like I had used this notebook for something that means something to me. It was exciting to see that I was able to fill an entire booklet of graph paper with notes. That are mostly about this podcast. I had a lot of fun taking these notes and just looking back like the handwriting in the notes I took. It's just nice to see how excited I was about. How excited I am about it and I look forward to do in this podcast every time I sit down and do it. It's just it's a fun thing to do. I hope to fill another notebook with notes. Just on this podcast. It's all for episode fifty two next time I'll talk about faceless ones and macro tear and dive back into my twelve doctor. Watch I've got interviews on the Reisen and lots of places left to go. I hope to see you soon. Thank you very much for listening.
"fifty second" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of title bathroom dance you can practically smell the movie let's talk about the most nominated person alive John Williams and the rise of sky Walker of course he won the Oscar for the original Star Wars so let's take a quick listen to fanfare and prologue which is nominated fifty second nomination fifty second nomination the only person who's ever receive more is Walt Disney himself and John Williams as you can hear from the the clip that you just played his music music that is written for Star Wars is iconic this is hardly the first time he's been nominated for Star Wars movie but it does sort of like the questions to how much of the nomination belongs to music that is written specifically for this film the rise of Scott Walker rather than music that's the sort of been in the other in our culture for for so long there are a few I mean certainly the movie has plenty of original music in it there are few original pieces that do you stand out and are able to stand toe to toe with with some of those classic themes but probably the most affecting moments from his score or when he takes themes from the previous two movies in this latest Star Wars trilogy and shift their keys in a way wait a villain he can certainly be shifted into a major key and a character like color red can be redeemed and music conveying that maybe even more powerfully than the images to my guess is David Ehrlich senior film critic at indiewire we're talking about the nominees for best score we've got Alexandra Desplat for little women who is he Alexandre Desplat is is that one of the most prolific and virtuosic composers in working in movies today he's been nominated for eleven Academy Awards is actually one twice which is something that some of the people in this category even those who've been nominated more than him I cannot say for themselves he won for the shape of water and the grand Budapest hotel and he can do anything it's really remarkable a you can throw him into any situation he'll make five or six scores a year and the all sound completely unique and his score for little women is it borrows its influences from from and classical influences wells people's moderate David Bowie and what I love about it and I think why it might be the most memorable the scores nominated is that it feels it has the the exuberant energy of becoming that races to the movie it it's not just the music to accompany the story of a writer it feels like a story being written and but also at the same time has the energy of a snow globe has that beautiful sort of New England as self contained feel that the movie brings the table and it all comes down to a really beautiful piano melody that aches with with with hope and beauty but also longing and nostalgia for something that you'll never be able to have again it's it's a really special piece of work let's take a listen to little women from the film little women sounds like it was in another movie from.
"fifty second" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fifty two targets for fifty two hostages sign J. Metzler fox news with the wrong vowing revenge for the drone strike that killed its top general president trump warning around in a tweet if any Americans or American assets are targeted the US has identified fifty two sites in Iran is possible targets the fifty two representing the hostages taken by Ron years ago rocket attacks today to in Baghdad one in that city's green zone where the U. S. embassy is located two others that ballot airbase north of the city where U. S. led coalition forces are stationed both Iraqi and US officials say no casualties are reported the attacks retaliation for that US drone strike that killed a reining in general because seems so the money and several militia leaders his funeral today in Baghdad that really is I'm gonna brewing hair among his supporters and they expect revenge significantly that funeral was attended by Iraqi prime minister Abdel Monty he has heavily criticized the attack that killed custom city money and tomorrow as a result of that attack the Iraqi parliament are going to meet to discuss the future of US troops in Iraq there are some suggestions as a result parliament could expel the five thousand plus US soldiers who are here in Iran everyone is talking about retaliation when and where on a visit to cut some sort of monies house prime minister Rouhani promised his daughter they would take revenge they would spill blood Iran is also said they have thirty five targets ready now the suggestions are that they may be attacks on ships in the Gulf and perhaps attacks on Israel boxes Benjamin whole stepped up security in this country and around the world utilities banks in the US military being warned about the potential for cyber attacks.
"fifty second" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Fifty two and Hastings and good news if you bump in an humping into the metro on he's found ninety four things looking pretty good between Monticello in maple Grove can Barlow's five Eyewitness News forecast partly sunny twenty five degrees today cleared twelve overnight and then Sonny and thirty two tomorrow twenty one right now it might passing this week you can always find it on the podcast download or stream my talk shows wherever you find your podcast or it might be weird podcast I can't really trust are you my room so god awful you might so good are you crazy was these just after seven thirty Tuesday December thirty first good morning the last day of twenty nineteen I hope you are busy getting ready for the new year hopefully got something exciting exciting plans for the night in the meantime I just want to remind you might talk one of seven one is a proud partner of destination winter Saint Paul featuring Wells Fargo winter skate so the seasonal event will kick off on December six what's been going on rather and goes all the way through February twenty second of next year wow next year's tomorrow me that some soul future is right now it's open daily winner skate is starting at eleven AM skating is free if you bring your own skates are you can read a pair for five Bucks visitors with a Wells Fargo credit or debit card can rent skates free of charge and there is more info on our website at my talk one of seven one dot com key word for winter skate so maybe if you're out today or tomorrow I'm not sure if they got special hours but take a look and again go enjoy yourself fun times yeah right ring in the new year okay.
"fifty second" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"fifty second" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To fifty two weeks eighty Fifth Avenue also snow removal crews still close in the right lane on fifty five east bound between only five and I we thirteen that's traffic on Twin Cities news talk able at thirty F. M. one oh three point five this board is paid for by doctor patient unity is price medical bills bankrupt Americans Tina Smith stands with doctors to remove patients from billing dispute she demands insurance companies pay their fair share posing their rate setting proposal cover less medical care told Tina Smith thank you and keep fighting from the commission society of Minnesota weather center sunshine this afternoon with a light westerly breeze today high times will reach the low thirties there's guys this evening and remaining breezy with lows tonight in the mid twenties sunny tomorrow with highs in the mid thirties I'm meteorologist Ashley o'connor on Twin Cities news talk eight eleven thirty right now it's thirty four Hey it's true if you've got any sort of back knee or hip pain you need to check out the good feed stores arch support systems they've got locations in Bloomington maple Grove in Maplewood call eight five five five five four three three three eight for your No obligation fitting walk in with pain and walk out within forty minutes pain free find us on your radio at eleven thirty and FM one oh three point five stream on radio and now find us on talk Twin Cities news talk dot com and screenings Julia once again music lovers still singers conversationalist on across the fruited plain and Rush Limbaugh and I do play by play of the news and America's revealed anchorman America's truth detector the doctor of democracy great to have your telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two only follow up on the on the previous call for my it really is true that MSNBC lost they they went from Rachel Maddow show is nine o'clock primetime after two years of promising that audience the truck was going to jail kicked out of the White House not be impeached he was gonna be criminally charged he was an agent of rushing was a treasonous agent he stole.