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Fauci calls White House efforts to undermine him "bizarre"
"The nation's top infectious disease expert response to criticism from within the president's inner circle. In an interview with the Atlantic magazine, Dr Anthony Foulke, a member of the White House Corona Virus Task force. Said. It is in his words bizarre when asked about White House efforts to discredit him. He also said the effort to discredit him was not a prudent thing to do and reflects negatively on the White House fell, she said his input to President Trump on the Corona virus pandemic is now in direct and goes to the vice president. The president for his part Said today that he has a very good relationship with Dr
"foulke" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Conducted in honor of Back to their Anthony Tony the fowl Foulke I embrace the cold of foul to you on this program now. Barry. Why so honestly, I never really heard it before who was running or contributing to running the opinion page of The New York Times. She says she is a centrist or left of centre centrist. Democrats. I believe she pointed out that she's bisexual. I don't know why you got okay. Thank you. Nonetheless, one point she worked for the opinion page of the Wall Street Journal. So I guess she thought she was getting a promotion by going to the New York I'll never understand this. Given the history The New York Times, but that said her letter was outstanding. And reminded me of a letter or I should say. An opinion piece that was written by Will run Who's well run will run. Right after the election of Donald Trump, which shocked Media. Which shocked the elites. Wrote a piece. That says so much of what For any half years later, Barry Weiss says. And I go to this because nothing has changed. Nothing has changed. Here's what he wrote. The mood in the Washington Press corps is bleak. And deservedly so..
"foulke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"It's began. We first got the report from in the lower V of the ship. On bats where basically where we store all the tanks and all the other things. Marine Corps equipment. Rear Admiral Philip Sobek says the ship's been undergoing renovation. The fire suppression system was not working. When the fire started. Yesterday morning, 57 people were hurts Injuries. Minor five, though still in the hospital being monitored, stubborn fire continues to burn water dropping helicopters are helping crews on the ground. Aides to President Trump have increasingly been pushing back against the nation's leading infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci. White House aides have been whispering in reporters years about instances of Dr Anthony found she offering advice he later changed or prognostications that didn't prove true. Top Trump Trade advisor Peter Navarro issued a statement blasting Foulke for quote telling the public. The virus was low risk and then flip flopping on masks, but the president denies any rift. No, I get along with him very well. I like him personally, His press secretary says There's been no effort to dig up opposition research, but she calls found she one of many experts on the Corona virus task force. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington The president's commutation of his friend Roger Stone's federal conviction for lying to investigators did not end the case loyal the law school professor Laurie Levenson says the judge in the case has asked for more information about the president's decision. I think the judge is just trying to be careful here. Determine what President Trump was trying to do with his clemency order. Was he just saying that Roger Stone did not have to do is prison time was he also saying that Stone would not have to submit to supervise release? The judge sent a deadline of tomorrow for both parties to respond that we talked about this and what can be done about the presidential pardon? Can you check that power Nancy Pelosi was talking about that's over the weekend. So we talked about that at length on connects in depth. Today you get the podcast for that on the radio dot com map. In L. A company and dozens of skilled nursing facilities it owns will pay nearly $17 million to settle federal allegations of billing fraud..
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Irrelevant this woman in Calgary. We've had conversations about there being no public offs like no murals on. Everything like it's just been this thing that's been going on for. Ages like visual representation of the Lok. Weber should pay here and so one day she was talking. I'm going to have a public hot festival I'M GONNA put some murals on these woes. Seventeen Muros in cow. Guli now. Good Georgia's Sarah. You will surprise yourself if you if you have thought and you have a one and you have a need for something that doesn't exist yet and isn't there. That may actually be the sign that your the person that needs. Whereas points me. Got To be the person and and. All of these amazing things that we we look at and that's how the stick is. End Up in the windows that we look at it and pointed at go. Oh Cu I've listened to that and we sat down. George is being a gushed onto light chatting with you How can people hold the work? You D-. Yeah so like I'm an artist as well so. Follow me on Instagram at Flick Perry on my work. And at J. Folks tell us my personal account. On facebook as well, I would love that great awesome. You so much for coming in Georgia as being so good chatting. So. Much for having me and like letting me be part of this and thank you for your cultural concentration. That is out absolutely. Put tonight. We had a great little interview and we had a very interesting talk about turfs and JK rollings. And stay tuned for optimal about a hit going to be discussing prostate cancer and how to fix gave. Access to that off again. Thank you? Hungry jets? Yeah! I. Has..
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Voice. Our love it. No I actually like. Things like even with HR documents when I started. Not having any like gender options like having like a box mile fame, how? Old, it took me to get that change was an Amal. Being like. Hey, you might want to consider being more inclusive on your gender like you might have non binary employees paypal that identifying. Should have a blank faulk seventy ranch in like, and it was the same. It was filling out that form at the same time I was I, think it was on those like an inclusivity and diversity question as or that. Agenda. Like digging identifies average notorious to get the demographics of like what employees it was optional questions. I do identify as like as a diverse sexual gender identity plays. Write your name, please. Rodney agenda Mo F- like this is. The kind of did the right thing, but also you kind of. Thank God you. Say Thank God. Remain might distance that's. That's kind of what I was going to say next. You are. You actually nominated for twenty twenty West Australian Young Australian of the year like. Does it feel pretty good to be recognized for the work? You're doing what you have like an Oscar my. Believe prepared like my at the SICOM lush. Liza which was. Look Oh yeah back. Then I'm going to be too graph next to the governor looking so good. Outward out, but yet just sorry balancing call like it was like I think maybe for my square paypal particularly like from my context of growing up in a small town. I never noticed the work that I'm doing is like meaningful or impactful. Like worth anything I'm just like trying to do what I. Think is the right thing to doing things that I would like to save. Of the and I didn't win wins trying to the, but I was super happy that anyway by route of full of that I was named as one of the under thirty Algebra role models and. For. Yeah and for a Quia organization to be like you're doing a great job embracing your role Model I was. Right because I had no idea like. I didn't know if this was fine today because I was just going off my main. My FRIEND'S OPINIONS ON YEAH! Definitely Nice outside validation, instead of being like you're kind of Echo Chamber. Of Friendship Group yeah totally yeah. I think so many of us trying to do the right thing. A increasingly boundary less weld you know like we're adapting to and being respectful when learning new concepts all the time now because that's the world, and that's a reflection of how life actually is like. You. Guys probably like someone that you may one day and you say like I'm one of the people that present on the guys revolting and a lot. Your Charlotte, whatever That's probably the you guys to be like. Aw, right, so like what we are doing is worthwhile. We need those little notes comes from the. Such a variety of places in such great people that have been supportive in stuff up I think it just comes from the psych berry date set feeling of responsibility. especially with cal feel like I really don't want to. Ever get a job Well when I like move on from Goalie I. Don't WanNa just have been like Rose Falcon like cavalry was shoot. Leave it like with a good experience. And like I had done something full the plastic wrapping because it's like it is worth fighting for and I didn't to I. Don't WanNa, just lay cow goalie, and like have made the same place. I grew up in because that's not good enough to make for the next kid that grows on cow Mike. You absolutely be leaving a better than it was. and. I, think that's something. Intrinsically Pot of the queer identity is this sense of responsibility to siblings and I like. The people were passing the torch to. Weave all experienced Sutton traumas to some extent and I think it. It creates a sense inside of us that had for the next generation I. It to be a little bit easier for you. Like if Anything like at a micro will not cry level like that's why I want to work in politics. Get this. You SORTA because I understand that as many. As many little pride, stick Zach input on the front of shop windows the systemic. Legislative issues at name to change from the top as well some point will vase grass rates in these are from top things will meet in the middle and have like a super aggressive inclusive in great society for everybody so. My thing that I cited people always is like. Like the same thing I mean. It's like con-.
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Of your town. So. I'm far in. Cal Dooley okay. Let's say you ran the yes, campaign for the marriage equality in Kobe during the plebiscite, did you was it like smooth sailing like to kind of put up an opposition? And just on the pronunciation Cao Cao. Guli is a local I'm. A word from Google which made is like a silky pair. That's like native to this area. I don't think I can say any of those things, but I will try olives. Amazing. Yet the plebiscite was really like a terrible terrible time. When I like talk I get so upset when I talk about the plebiscite. Because for me, like obviously, I'm happy everyone can marry. That went married like I'm sorry about that I fought really hard for that to happen, but for me, the cost of that plebiscite was too high like the lives that will lost as a direct or indirect result of the plebiscite happening that process we wanted that piece of legislation to pass, but the process in which it happened was. I mean there was a massive report. The Federal Government released afterwards about the impacts on mental health specifically on Lgbtq I plus paypal, and it was damning the report. It was like this was a terrible idea. We should never have done that. We should have listened to the advice infest. Unlike in my Seco- of people like I heard of five people taking their own lives as a result, and that is an like I, don't even like like you hear about you like you might hear about that occasionally, but like not that often like not five people during the plebiscite, which was like a three month period like that's massive, and I know that that means that there was like so many others as well. And that's like the end point like it was just very hard and it was. Like the same thing again like not knowing seemed to be running a yes campaign in the goldfields and I was getting that much she'd in my mailbox that was just like not even just by was like disgusting stuff and I was like imagine these little George came home from school one day, and found three flies that said you are not worth like your future. Relationships are not as valid everybody. Else's you like less a human being, and also like even some things that were like you're disgusting. This like the same thing is based jealousy, or whatever that would have had such a terrible impacting house like raw armor, put some good leads in the mailbox and I. Like there's gotTa be something like we've got to have some one voice at least saying. Hey, Julie like. If you want to vote, yes, it's fine to bite. Yes, and also we would really encourage you do that, so that's last. And had so many supporters as well like with hates of different community members like very very few queer people that worked on the Yes campaign calculate. It was largely like super strong allies would like out flowering somme. We covered like almost every straight in Kobe on facebook and stuff as well and either. There's no way of knowing if it had any impact on the final outcome, an hour lecture includes the towns as well so but at lace. I did my best, you know. But I think the the cultural impact that it has is probably undeniable and. It's so powerful hearing you speak about that time because it was a traumatic time and I think in a quite a few years down the track we're going to look at the generational trauma caused by pudding, a discriminated community under a microscope and be debated about because there are so many little Georgia's and little Cao's and little. Luke's out the absorbing the rhetoric that's out there in the world and overhearing conversations between adults saying I'm not gonNA CFA, yes, 'cause they their next. They're gonNA be raw dogging Mike, you know. Do. We hear that and we absorb it and we in turn Elisa and hit has effect on US twenty thirty years down the track and and everything the the lgbt community during that plebiscite, especially in remote areas where they needed those positive voices, more than anything is incredible, because what an embarrassing time for our country to look back on, even though the outcome we did get yes, but the cost of it that has had on a community and the ramifications of the Tormo used on the truck is. Definitely, not unfamiliar like that especially like with them, Olivet top indigenous deaths in custody at the moment like that makes me just think of like because we've been having so many compensation payable being like Oh, exhausted about like. Is Talk about like prices. Administrator what we need to do to combat a and. Causes Movement like now that we're talking about the plebiscite now and like how traumatic and exhausting that was. It just makes me think about the impact on average torstar olander strand as well like all the time like overhearing these conversations and fighting for their right to have a to be candidate citizens like an like the impact of those cases of legislation and conversations years later as well like I. Don't discount the Tormenta outcome experience during that just to highlight that eat some. Of Us we can have a breaking between a little bit sometimes like at least we have a bit of a break until the next pace of legislation, the next conversation comes out. Most, aboriginal Australians at the conversations kind of constant and ran oxygen trae Quinlan like yeah, it's it's quite a sobering thoughts. If if if you take. How felt for a member of the LGBT community and you extrapolate that feeling out of your entire lifetime? and. You get some you know negative of how it may like. You couldn't even begin, but the positive side of this is that there are people like George, and there are platforms like I'll show where we can talk about these things and we can Be a pot of the positive voices out that that hopefully with time get a bit louder than the the people put discussing things in letterboxes saying you not well. Obviously just needs to be louder and better, and and and funny and well obviously hotter. Obviously. That's what's I. Think really cool thing about the world right now is we have these platforms to amplifier up voices, but what's also really cool is you worked for the state government of Western? Australia is also the gazer revolting, because we of amicus punks while I am. Worker. is you see the like? I always love the idea of queer communities being inside agents. Do you say that as an opportunity working for state government to actually work from the inside to promote positive change for our communities them? Yeah, it does, and I love the way that you phrased us about the. Secret agent..
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Sommese going to guys like Sydney, Melbourne and have that like very visual exposure to quit couch like very. Low Fruit. Of of acceptance so that you literally like walking around feeling Saiako somewhere someone some way is going to like is going to have your back in is on your side was. Did literally another. Another thing that I did was like by a heap of Little Ryan by flagstick is off Ebay get like feed him. Woke up and down the main straight and going to shop and ask people if I wanted to put them on, because I was like this like everyone that I ask was a few places. That I avoided ever that I ost was like. Yeah, it will put one of these in the window and I was like united. This means that if someone comes in, and you think that they shouldn't be looking at the men's clothing that Ye just die, Maccabi deal about it will try be like Oh. Is this your boyfriend or whatever like? Talked to people about it as well about what if we'RE GONNA? Stick on the window. This is what it means that he has to like. You have to make it grow. You actually spoke to them and explain the whole situation have dishing out a whole little rainbows. Yeah, so people so that you could like in. New like he knew that you gonna be even like a little bit like I wasn't a full cultural competency caused by. Interest. So. Damn for them. Because I got to. Be running with you. I think it's not new. You hear it in this context. You realize that sometimes the smallest of gestures actually can goes a little change. Someone's entire worldview in an instant, and and that's Kinda of let blowing my mind bit. I mean like handing out little rainbows stickers to ran a yes campaign for the marriage equality and Co op. Sorry the pronunciation of your town. So. I'm far in. Cal Dooley okay. Let's say you ran the yes, campaign for the.
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"Taylor goes away from. Believe it or no Western Australia. Remotely by the one of the Internet, thank you. I'd rather stay sight from all of our. Faith. Australia. Office shade you can say. So Georgia created the the group CAL queers portal. GPC plus people in regional WWL Why did you stop? This group a bit bad of necessity. Suppose like. We were at a workshop one day and I really had been made to create something lot cal quiz for quite a few years. And I was like Oh, I! Don't know if I have like the authority to do this really and then. Monday and the worship coordinator was like why then our group does not organization or group, or like social group will play so anything in the Goldfields for people to mate up advises a case. Will, you know I was gonna make a great butter and she was like why just about just do? It sounds like yeah, right and I had like to. Announce like would you join if I made a great right now? And he said yes, and then go, said yes, and I was like cool three of US exports until you need just spouted from there and I'm kind of explained pretty quickly, which was really good, 'cause demand must have been there I I'm so happy that you're joining us this week on the show. Because a lot of listeners every time we'd be doing a livestream one of the questions that POPs. POPs up all the time is what can I do as a room light living in a remote town and you grew up in Calgary, which is a mining town. Thirty thousand people That's a different experience that colonized don't really have what was it like growing up questioning things like your gender identity, your sexuality in such a remote area, and I know a lot of listeners. A really came to hear that voice because they might be experiencing something really similar. Yeah, definitely I really didn't realize that being guy was an option. Really and I would say that we'd like. My mom grew up in London and a super progressive, and my dad's pretty accepting as well and so I. I wasn't like I was purposefully he'd from quick content or something, but I just saw none of it I didn't see anyone in Calgary that I was. Agree -CIALLY Quia. And for me. It was like it was his thing that I had from a very young as very young kid like are not like other girls I, didn't under-, but I didn't understand what that meant. Because I didn't think I was boy though and I wasn't sure why. That was like such strict rules about gender and sexuality as well. I didn't really understand that I was like I didn't fully understand why, though order things in that didn't sit right with me, because obviously, that's not how I was feeling. You know that wasn't house identifying so I would say like overall. It's pretty conservative. Lifespan would say that the majority of paper here are like grudgingly accepting old like. Tyler. Of Cuevas. Like definitely the most people would be like. Oh, so rise on as you don't sort of say too much of it. It's not too flamboyant all something. Is Not to Ivette, but has definitely quite a few people that are real progressive champions, he and then there's also a big of paper that very very conservative that done a great with the whole system. Even through high school I went to an old go school. That was like really stressing about gender expression. And Sexuality Yeah. Maybe one go, we will not be gay, but you know that was like a bad. It was definitely known as a bad not good seeing like you would come out with a husband at the end of a new would be a good girl say, did you? Did you feel a bit like a frontier person bringing these queen? Into Calgary. The rainbow person at the front of. It is. Waving my flag running down the main straight. Actually was a bit like that because like others before there's Quia group all place like at all those no definitely nothing i. was like shop, which is like a little hippy. Shut with like Arambarri sticker on the front winner or anything like that like. Like Literally like was looking around being lack Maybe this is actually up to date. Like maybe I'm the one that has joy this and we have the. Same as lots of country towns, where you have to have kind of been there for several generations to be a real local, so I was like I was born in Calgary Hospital and grew up here and like paypal you. My family so I was like maybe that. Maybe I'm in a position of like what? I'm like FEM, passing. I was like our had good standing as a community member so I was like. Maybe this is my jaw. Like. The mice loud queer person I can be. Without a physical place to meet other queer people, how do you think like having visible Queer Group benefits? All the residents in small country towns like outside Khobar as well. Yeah, it's just like on sense of oscillated like cow goalie is one of the mice, acids cities in the world I, think before cal quiz was born, and before we started having events and stuff like that, you know I had anew my quia friends in cow, couple of Queer friends and a new that there's probably a few others that are. Really was shot having events, and like the festival, the festival was full papal the second event. This second event was like I think we had like thirty five the second event great. Idea on Adiel. Maybe even hundred people in the actual group so. Boss to even know that that was this much of a community in Calgary was huge. Because we suddenly sport like if something ever happened to me in public chances are, there might be someone around who has my back which where I previously didn't think asshole like I did not necessarily have the confidence of knowing that someone else would have my back even during like this is all like is operatives, same sex marriage legislation. That was super lighting. Yeah I think it's just about visibility. Is that sense of community and like we don't have like millions of events that we have on, but we've got this facebook group where people can ask questions and comment on stuff, and you know share events like event that we all want to go to you like a new thing. We want to try like seminal bison like let's go. Have a beer at the at the brewery, because of special on, or whatever like it's like relaxing, have quia friends because I kind of get it. You'll foundation of beach before we have to continue minus yes, official. Yeah, I couldn't imagine the impact. It would have the how granted we take it. He in Liberal City Light Melbourne. Those rainbow stickers on stores that that's such I. Love that. Yeah, it's it's such a code reinforces the. It's okay just in a very passive non verbal way it. Let's equip us in. Know your cat. You'll validated you exist, and you exist outside of you know your own personal self and to live somewhere with that level of. Visibility doesn't exist for stop. You don't have those little visual cues telling you that you would. You were part of a community that exists beyond your family or town, and so I think that's. You had this really beautiful that. Sorry, it's attention, but it's absolute NAM like nodding along with you late because you're so right. And when I traveled to some like Melbourne or Sydney Anez like Queer, friendly cafes and Mike, Fleiss Guard, and like there's like a mural in Sydney. Come mural oath like two amen both wearing wedding suits like, and that is like actually feels a bit overwhelming..
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"This hate speech that you're throwing towards may end throw towards women and a few nights off to the essay was published I was sitting at a bonfire with one of my closest friends, who is like an his told me the world. I've talked about a few tons loner who's told me the wild about feminists feminism Third Way Feminist and the interesting thing was hearing about how common tough ideas particularly in Britain and in the UK, and within a certain demographic of people, which is this slightly older female demographic have eight the review, saying the widowed co about the pond, the dipping pond in the UK. High is bizarre, so it ties into this quite well. It was I think a few years ago. For a trans. Woman had used. They have these dipping puns. They like you ever say the movies where people jumping the snowy water, and they remove that gender just so there's like a men's one, and there's a a women's one and the affluence therefore for the. Middle to upper class to US and they kicked up quite a stink, because someone that to them was presenting quite Mayo, was using the female pond, and it got blasted all over the tabloids then newspapers, they actually did a protest and dressed as men, and went into the other things that you would shake your head out and go. I can't believe how hurtful damaging and dangerous. These ideas are too widely broadcast, but they did it. They had signs. You know men should. That's a man in address doesn't belong over here and our old so strange that a culture can you know a pretty progressive culture and and a lot of other ways seems to be quite backwards in a very. Particular. Area. I do find that so strange because she's always kinda. Come across someone who would be quite working like very intellectual and smile, and like the fact that she may Dumbledore Gay, and like like put gay characters and stuff in her book, so you would think that, and then it seems so weird that she's having such issue with this. SMALLPO-. What. To read I was that she was just like all. I'm not transphobic I. Have a Trans Friend and I are. Like, we can't give them rights for male presenting Trans People to come to a female change rooms and just change the gender Mauka on their ticket. Female and it's like that is not what's happening here and there is no proof of any of that whatsoever, just because someone identifies as trans and doesn't want to have any surgeries or any home. Therapy does not mean that they're not trance-like. You can't stand there and say that all these predators are gonNA. Come out of the woodworks now and. That's not what's going to happen like shot Iran you closed? Minded fool I like that. All the stars of the movies actually talking about it like on. Radcliffe said like a really nice long message. Just saying like unleaded taints your view on the books in your childhood like vitamin connected anything in the storybook like let that be between you and the book like if you thought. Was Gay Trans like keep that with you because I think a lot of people even getting the tattoos removed and stuff like the Harry Potter. Iraq. Absolutely I do have a love for the series that I don't think I. can get over because it was a big part of my childhood. I I was reading. Transmission who had big quite a big tattoo. That they wanted to keep it because the books were such an escapism for them, and like the whole Paulie Gee's potion, really like had this big effect on them, because a thought of like being able to just change what you were like from the outside and everything really resonated with them and so yeah, I think it's really important if you connect in a way like. Not to your childhood disservice, yeah, no people came together four and a just a her thing. I think it's actually become a big event her and like the cost of all a good people it's it's a different I would say like everyone to do. The thing was like. Lasted, but like they're good people, and so I think the more the more critical of an I put to woods this beloved series, the Shittier it looks like I remember screaming Lacombe. Blue paypal and getting shut down a lot when I said this is a book that includes one Asian character that's basically named Ching. Chong yeah, literally it's literally like a Portmanteau of two completely different Asian coaches. Chore, Chang. Exit She's the one and I went this this lady's. From the Scotland made. I never gonNA. Trust the white. You're like that and I. I think the difference too is now it's indisputable where her values and ideas ally, and if you continue to support the work that this, she's she. Yeah, publishing right now, that is a. that's a different look. Yeah. Childhood Memories of Childhood Memories but the way these really dangerous ideas can slip through like the honestly like the first time she tweeted this shit in two thousand and nineteen is people say, but I really love this thing, so I'm not gonNA. Think to critically about it. Because I. Don't want to punish your my you know like. At the same time, and I fully agree and understand why people are coming from with this, we cannot give free. Poss- owed not look at things critically because we have an attic connection because that's what happened in two thousand and nineteen, and she came back tripled down on it. And if you look at some of the loudest voices of this tough sort of strain, you will sort of saying the German graze, and the all from this exact same demographic of. Their experiences so radically different from our own upset that it's so hard as a gay man to come to a middle ground or an understanding of one another of a woman you know some under whose whose life has been absolutely different in their experience has been absolutely difference. Yes, people like Jim. Andrea have very strong opinions, and the entrenched from years and years of lived experience and I'm not saying that it's right I. absolutely do not agree with anything one of our listeners, James. Who's who we met Mardi Gras his incredible shed this post. The? Like instead of Transphobia the calling it and Trans Antagonism. It's it's not. It's. It's it's it's of an actual fear of trans men and women. It's an antagonistic. We want you out, and we will miss gender you and we will call you a man in dress, and we will act in in an antagonistic way that if he treated any other person, let alone one of the most vulnerable and exposed communities in the world. You would say you being a bit of a fucking deck Yom, or if anyone went out there and try try to find a police record of a trans individual, undergoing any sort of gender assignment in order to gain access to a female public space in order to abuse a woman. You couldn't find a record of that. That's. Happened that argument is sorry strange to me that they think that there's going to be men in there. bathrooms like abusing them and stuff I'm like what trans person is to be in about trying to make your life hell or like trying to sexually assault you already like the stupidest stupid thing I've ever does so many claims in this essay that just factually incorrect. The fact that if she was born thirty years later, she may have opted to become a male because it's an easy a lifestyle. That's not what happens with trans people that bone in the wrong body at such as like You know what this is too hard I'm just GONNA stop gender, because as you know like she's saying. All these people are going to start regretting it like you. Save these things without the facts like you would just make shit up now like don't make it up without facts. Any of trans siblings that have undergone gender affirmation surgery talk to them about how long laborious and Odua the process was. It is not something is not like getting a fucking haircut. You not just on a whim. Decide because they do actually. Proved very long process and and. Anyone with lived experience in every will tell you so. That that argument is just pure fiction. Today. We're joined by artist. Photographer and Activists George folks..
"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"I felt so bad for the first time yesterday and did not sit well with me, but at least they're not cats enough. Listen to a ipod. Definitely go online on metacritic and stuff like that support games that promote. Contents yeah, can I say? Being review bombed on metacritic purely for having. Of Setting, I see it happen so much on my facebook feed and stuff and then people. As mean kind of thing they do they law react to like anything with like a gay related like game or something like that, and like yeah, they just trying to like they saying this game bomb this game, but like from the critics getting like ten out of ten and stuff but. Surely because of their like homophobia, they are not enjoying a game that they've love before, and it's really frustrating, so I make like a big effort cigar in and like everything like love. Hot everything just tried out balance those jerks. Brat. That's what I'd. Rainbow Okay. I've some exciting news from the Pasta Wakes Oh. 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"foulke" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
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"foulke" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kcbs news time six eighteen kim has her hands full this morning it really has been busy ever since i sat down we've had some severe crashes one of which has just finally cleared up this is the one we've been talking about since well a quarter of five this morning on the peninsula north two eighty just before page mill road all lanes now open we had a traffic advisory for three lanes of the freeway blocked we still have a hard backup it's past foothill college a little bit past el monte so i still don't recommend this stretch of freeway if you are heading that way you might want to continue to use foothill expressway for now because this backup has been an hour long duration but all lanes are open so if you've been stuck there at least better news ahead for you san mateo bridge appears to have a stall nothing reported to hp just yet but we're seeing very heavy traffic from industrial to about a mile or two out onto the span it's a twenty minute delay something is definitely blocking traffic here if you see it or any other traffic you can always call the kcbs phone force line at four one five three nine one kcbs that's three nine one five two two seven meantime let's get another look at fairfield this has been a big problem interstate eighty with a string of problems we have day foulkes kcbs instantly what's the latest dave we had a string of problems all morning long everything is out of the lanes as good you'll still see some remnants for a couple of crashes westbound eighty between travis and west texas to the right shoulder but with lanes cleared traffic starting to recover that said we're still looking at slow traffic back from cherry glen bay bridge you're backed up into the macarthur maze southbound eight eighty at eighth street accident clearing and hayward and also south six eighty at mission boulevard south accident in the clearing stages in fremont your next update is at six twenty eight on the traffic leader cbs mid cd sleepworld sixty forecast easy during mancini's sleepworld tax free mattress sale visit sleepworld.
"foulke" Discussed on KFGO
"Really do send visit and two with the same time we so it early we'll get it because you know we all have foulke spiritual being and cole human being the right peril you know on one and we it's very sad to lose that people the offense period period that continues with them are you know be on this girl and even know who have had at could get communicate with their loved one we can be really comforting and reassuring tell you know one to pick people of it they're not fair to share practice with that hit a morning up quite hit at i still it hit it could do opening at one hanifin very they couldn't they think they when we can see i let friends spirit and now laker to put affirmation that have been lebron's but the mets those people that when can the ice human being lifted political body so true marlies in buffalo new york marleau lean go ahead hi george tightly some i didn't i have a similar experience that the woman lose the just talking about here has been leading the body my grandmother head celebrated birthday we when over with the cake my mom and i had a lot of clock in the morning and out he had been in the home on they called it and responded of in the nursing home and by the clock i was with my grandma my mother with the diabetic a she had gone home i would look my grandmother in the yeah we'll read the clock in the evening philip home of and i'm i have made might pete with guiding that you know i can holder anymore and i know that i was holding her baccy and i were very very closely and i won the monitor making their noise than being thing i thought that he was dying and it was really good needed to be respect at this point i jumped out her and i said graham a graham up i i lie i can't wait to go and i goal and i'm shaking her and out of the como si opened here i look let me perturbed and for the like i'd love you shoulder much and he goes i know and i love you but i'm going home i went back and where home but he didn't guy the next eight and eleven o'clock in the morning he took rilla three brock's but and then you know it's number one i.
"foulke" Discussed on Z100
"The whole the entire trip i was me the conversation we had a long time ago with rocky about going to the theater a movie theater off and two guys for some reason they they have to have that see between them they can't yeah together a thursday see has a title it's called the i'm not casey let me take it no your little you in that we have to vets somebody else was the join you they get set him is when you okay i'm not your tight with your body is when you has gotten movies together do you sit next each other i do when didn't actually i'm comfortable with that but i do agree with friday in the sense that if you do travel with your friends three or more minimum ideally more than that and five what i know it's scary my favorite when he travels with a friend in a head to sleep in the same bad he puts the the wall upheld i was up i think that speak a should i was me and my body falcon we were chilling in the room like what he wants collapse name with a wait you would chilling in the room with foulke yeah you don't know is back to look sorry sir we we don't have to queens available until tomorrow night i said right now you're the to queens someone was not together and we put up with the heat all the pillows was a forte it was a four of pillows and then case so when popped a well it in the middle the night he will be roller over kind of guy i'll this you are yes you're right now foulke always going to go poking around him into the net with those capable of and then you who don't think is welcome did he want to come right and he was it on that one could talk to tom hey time welcome to the show what's going.
"foulke" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Overhaul plus a headline the caught my attention americans having less sex and then they once did new paper published yesterday in something called the journal of the archives sexual behavior which i confessed up until yesterday was never where up shows a drop in the number of americans who are having sex a dramatic drop it's a drop across gender race region education level and work status so i mean this is it it's across the wonderful people are having less sex and he here's what it says there they looked it in doubt from nineteen eighty nine to two thousand fourteen and again the the problem is i guess with some of the static is that sort of self reported i'm sure they're they're asking people so people always slide but here there is it the study foulke then american adults have sex seventy nine fewer times per year then in the nineteen nineties back yeah thank here's this desperate detail to his this dazzling detail to well your friends the flood from stuff her boarding the survey back then the average person had sex sixty to sixty two times a year that was back in the nineties by the early two thousand the frequent cb get by earl by the by the early to thousands the frequency began to slip and by two thousand fourteen it it declined to less than fifty three times a year so that's what they say the average person the fifty three now down from sixty two sixty two with us if that's when detail to try to discuss when looking only at married people the drop was even sharper from around seventy three times a year in nineteen eighty two around fifty five in two thousand fourteen bringing the frequency of sexual activity below that of never married people so but those with and the numbers are and it does appear kind of consistent but then the interesting phenomenon to me this it the social question the question is is water you know what what is it that is causing that to happen do people not like it is much that i just throw in this out there you people not like get enough or is is there something else i have theories i have theories on this i hate frankly i believe these numbers i believe that there is and you know what overall trend of this decreasing and i have a couple theories.
"foulke" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Were gonna great great all right knee and i heard him right after our what peaking but what about the low they're not i i would away can from agreement you know what you would break integrating mouthwatering got down to probably run a hundred and twenty pounds you're fighting if you got a bunch of one hundred out they really for out if you're into fallen out everything like that but when are you with i'm going to go my will go up and you know i think you know well i don't talking to me but he notched baby anything it it would you would know curry all the way to get going off he would that create utica healthy again he would rank look like my dad you know what i mean and with keep attorney foulke anywhere going on and then all of a little better though yeah you know i could make a when he was playing but right it's kind of only awake when he turned away in he looked when you look at away i don't or on and you know my my my grow jake woke up in que a lot okay you know what i record so that very mixed might end up with you walk away i'm going to get passed away right if he will up and i don't know if they met will either they do and i i don handsomely call me and it's only a story similar to that so they so other father and he came in came in and visit in the didn't say anything but he's moving is bowels of use talking at like it was something your watching a video of him going and what's interesting enough is that i remember there was an x wells up a so that i i share the same story and it's amazing story because a good game increasing is i've heard these stories before for people see we'll loved ones they show up and they're talking with a not saying eighty you don't.
"foulke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So why he just foulke events telling lack that i am it's in there and have been with the main woman from a kick here and that leaves justified it could get later eight and that we are thrilled i look i lawn registered just saying it's really exciting holes in your with were gonna and then because if you care together you have to miss stick i'm very optimistic and very hopeful i'm very grateful slow congratulations thank you and moving now to let's go to our lane his calling from san francisco hi the last night in your thanks for i'm not going to think that you know before didn't quite get but they won again this collection and our guy and that and la florida that other asik there's like the old hoyer and because i theory and you know look in the what they can i was around them now and i'm not going to think that the indians that in crafting up often and blocking a three way that made it won't take that was and they did that you're not that you know change the playground but it's are again darling and mentor people told me that out even any one of the leaders in the charges all been mentoring can send why memorial chairs and working with it eighty and i go and you know it once a week and try to it's something for somebody out thanks so much well yeah have a call yes you to and then other call this one of that alright which is so important in our in our um kind of fear of hope i lane good morning well last fall i'm very optimistic i watch every day people oh you feel art here's explore their story on unfair lines and then i don't and i'm member of bnp shell creativity because you know i think really approach story you are correct goal thank that don't like for you are and then control on and they would have to that earlier not i found you know you're not anger out we put again your alright frederik help lone correa are journal thank you for your card thanks i lane.
"foulke" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810
"The call it a scandal i mean it's it out again rather than lead a go foulke trout goes on fox and friends in doubles down as he always does ellis reading how this was just the total trap he was a total trout that hillary clinton set for him because they had her they had missed machado ready to go they had the commercial already in the can she had given an interview a there s choir a cause republican that was already ready to go and they just held it in cheat decided to go after this out debate him knowing that this is how prop reacts now think about this those are you were going to look at hershey just she trick images told a political as she could get him know fall nor travel i guess was held to go do negotiate report and ago shedding with other foreign leaders were all they know the all they got a new job may billingham used to criticize here in some way or to call past behavior but that you to put it put it on table in some way that that's all they got to do and then he will react irrationally and joe as your way one zero is the telephone number list on the tape in san jose aj welcome so tell me when you sign up for a beauty package i can be argument be made that you are signing up to have your weight and you're appearance publicly scrutinized yes i would disagree with that but i think i listened the point if not that's how he did it at the time competence huge industry have powell on the top people belief that the highest granted he sets the tone por how hill played belong in the net pete other people you have to learn how the had a good people and they have the lead has to let that hadn't thank the contest and to fight off of the look complain about that we have to get that duo hired in a because of how they have appetite all of power i thought queer yandle learned like that only upon what impact ball and yes but from pundit like you are on twitter none now is easy to begin later what that i was very clear and i said four times four times because i wanted to make sure that what i said was not going to be missed construed that nobody signs up to be humiliated nobody sidestep to bb rated nobody signs up to be did named in bettis what he did i go to hear that okay it's a double plays so should be did it when we have an expectation jagger the professional level the question even opposed was.