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"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"So it is duality but I think most of us are incredibly inspired by the women who had less instill spoke more. Right. So I had to be wells talk about death threats. Yeah. Right Yup -verting her shit down like chasing her out of town and yet she would still right that not only are black men not actually being lynched because they're reaping white women but the truth is, is that white women actually really liked them black men and that is why they must be lynched right like. Holy Shit. That is. Hardcore thing, right? Yeah. When people can literally chased out of town I know. So I think we are finding our voices for this time. And I'm really proud of the women who are doing that and in multiple spheres phoebe because it is one thing to like actively pushed the buttons of America by talking about race and racism. But the truth is there are white people who are offended by black women, CEO's and by black women with their own podcast and black women who gets to be on HBO and. Like right because because America has been set up so that with with the idea. That black folks are naturally inferior. And so when we succeed when we make it, it crumbles that idea crumbles. and. So I think the very existence of black folks as resistance enough. I think the fact that we're here is resistance enough if you do nothing else, phoebe. Here right is this enough. You are a black girl who can laugh is huge right? And so I think I I think we're in a place in America where we are all figuring out what are police in the movement is. And trying desperately to hold onto that and not shrink from what is our moment to shine yeah, and so you know one of the things I'm really inspired by seeing also she meet all these teas and seeing people in their early twenties going out and being so vocal in a way that when I was twenty five or twenty one, I just wasn't. It just wasn't I just was not as like I don't know I don't want to like politically active but it. Just didn't occur to me that like Oh. This is something that I need to be doing right and now we're seeing this swell from Mike the Youth just really like being so loud being so vocal and I'm wondering if like sort of like if you could tell your younger self when you were getting into anti-racism work like here, the things I wish I had known a here the things that I wish I did more of when I was younger. What would you say? Wow I. Well, first of all, I'm really proud of the young people who I just did a youth teacher and the other day and at the end there QNA was..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"It's fine like that's a very scary place to be, and so I'm wondering how you're feeling like the work is going to be able to counter act that sort of rage and violence that we're we're facing every day. The truth is he I don't know I. Don't know the things that I find encouraging. That is different from the legacy of our past is that women black women in particular? Are. Much more at the forefront. Than we have in any time past rightly. So so black women have the been the backbone of every. You know major civil rights movement since forever, but we've often had to stay in the background be at the copy machine organizing the you know the event but not speaking at the event, right? And because of of social media, and because of all that work we now to write our own books and we now get to tweet and we now get to say this is my thought and you will not take credit for my thought right and there's something really special about that. But it. It also makes me nervous for us because we have been doing this work for so long and because it is such dangerous work and that's really what white people don't like to talk about it. White people really like to talk about how their hearts and minds are being changed or how how they're listening and reading for how they're. You know what I mean. But but the truth is, is that when we do this work, there is every possibility that you and I are going to get a death threat after this releases. Like there are real consequences I'll never forget. Toronto Berg talking about doing an event where we could still do those in person. and. And and there was a white couple who disagreed with what she was saying and we're waiting for her at her car. When she left the building. Right. I know speakers who who specifically talk about racial justice who have security clause in their writer. That is about noting where the exits are and always having someone involved insecurity nearby and right like us having to think through not just the state of affairs of the world but also think through how to make sure we make it back home to our families and it's a lot. It's a lot. Yeah and so I want to go back to you talking about how black women are now really much more at the forefront in the ever been, and so I'm curious as to how you feel about that like how like is that empowering for us? Are you feeling sort of? Like Oh, my I can. I can use my voice in a way that like the women who came before me couldn't because I know that like it's it's really hard. I think for women in general but I think women of color to really be okay with using their voice because like you said, there's threats there's like people making you feel bad about yourself that you could lose job opportunities like so much can happen when you're being outspoken. But now if feels like there's a, there's more of a place for us to raise our voices and people will be receptive to that. Yeah, it's always a both end right phoebe like it's always this duality. So it's it's better than it was. But if we asked if we like polled instagram right now for like the major racial justice voices I'm sure it would still be predominantly men that. Said right. But there's no denying that. So much of the work that these men are writing on or have been shaped by has come from women like Bell Hooks Lake Tony Morrison, Audrey Lord right like like our influence is is outsized compared to. Our reaping the rewards. Yelm. and..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"What technology will not let your hair be great today I. mean. This is just proof that white men are. Creating everything without us in mind is what? Engineered that not think. Senegalese. Needed space. Maybe. I'll. Save. I. That's Was a trump. Which? Luckily, when you say Monday. When you say. something. Really like. Those. This. something. You Go. It's another episode of black regimes go touch the camera instead of looking at you bake office. Okay. I'm kidding welcome to another episode of Black Frazier you saw..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"You know it takes a couple of hours to do. It is not a big onerous thing to ask a citizens to do. So I, mean, why is it important? It's important because that's how the direction of the country, the moral compass of the country and many cities and towns and counties are set. On Election Day, and if we're not in there making our voices heard, we will be living in a country that looks nothing like we want it to look like just like now you know there are a lot of people in this election who didn't really like Hillary she wasn't quite enough or they thought I you know my candidate didn't win in the primary one. Does it matter Ano- some people who said you know I don't know about you know why don't we just give this guy trump chance what could it her? What will we lose? Right? We've lost a lot and here we sit for years later With. Some clear answers to many of those questions the leader of the free world has power. Is Words Matter the way they approach every issue impacts not this country but the world and we are living through the consequences of people deciding maybe I won't do it because I said in my past convention speech this election was so close as are most elections Thebe. That the margin of victory in one of the key swing states was two boats her precinct. Two votes and it is that way in almost every election because the the number of people, the percentage of people who vote are so low and so you take that down to the local level when it comes to WHO's your mayor, who's your sheriff? WHO's your pounding commissioner who's on your school board? All of these elections because people don't show up are decided by handfuls of people. And because of that, that means that everybody who didn't vote in the last election. They they they were responsible for our fate. To two people. In a couple of swing states they had just just gotten up. Who had just sad you know I'll go through the headache out just inconvenience myself for couple of hours to more people would have a our country in different purposing had our country headed in a different direction..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"And I'm just like shifted until legally at like. It can be very helpful. Ray? Yeah. I don't know and also I wonder if it makes you feel like you're really. Committing to somebody worry. Yeah I have heard that like when you get married like there's just a like a feeling of shift that happens and sound like Oh maybe I wanNA feel that shift but I'm like I don't know what will be different like we've lived together for two years now lake he's met my family I've met his family lake. were. Really like that. Exciting as a couple lake not too negative but were just were home like I. Just don't know what would be different. I'm not taking his last name I have no interest in that. So I'm just like. What we know. I don't know but most people I don't know I'm not the person to ask. I don't know but most do it I mean I wonder if most people do it because it's a thing to that most people do like it's like a circle but I think I think we also. As early as I'm speaking for me but I think most people I know have like some sort of. Wonder. If it's like we have some of insecurity whether we're able to acknowledge it or not, and I think when you are like here we go. Get married. You know it's like everyone in the movies with everyone's always like. This is a day in its. you're doing it to to like lock in that insecurity, but you don't need to worry because we're doing. It's like well then that's kind of a bizarre thing of like, why are we? If we don't do it then we have something to worry about whereas. Even, if you do it, the same shit could happen you know yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean my parents like never were rings and people be like but he's going to be our my we're we're the house my dad going to be out at that. He's like they're like Oh and there's outrage ring his definitely like at the bar it's like one. Yeah. Not..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"When we go see your family with your niece and nephew, but it's always that relief being able to give them back. act. Because I don't know if it's a means to be A. Father Yeah Yeah. No I feel the same way about your ub and a father just getting. Zinger. Robinson won- bake off zero. Away. Robinson. Wait wait. Wait. Wait J. Bake off. Love. Robinson fifteen and did Tinto you to tennis swath you're doing at first but then didn't click the. Tennis goes by fifteen yeah it's love fifteen. Fifteen. I'm sure there's a reason. Yeah. While you ask, you know the ghost of Arthur ash. Came to the tennis as Billie Jean King and Queen. Somewhere I'm good her stadium just walking around and look. What is Billie Jean King Up to you guys. Know but back to. When you were growing you ever one did you ever think you'd have a family? You, know I think. When I was younger like a kid a teenager even a teenager was sort of like, yes. But not really thinking anything other than like sure that thing my people do so I guess I will do that. And I was say maybe when I was twenty seven, I did have baby fever like that. He did. Yeah where I was like I would just see you know a guy in the park with his kid. And I would just be like, Oh, I want that for my life but then I turned twenty eight and it was like you don't want that would value talking about. and. So yeah, just really feel like. If I just don't have the capacity like I feel like being a parent is. Like a relentless thing and once you started. Drop yeah it doesn't stop you for the rest of your life and I. Excuse me that was a burp that was trying to withhold Bubbly water but I think I don't I'm not bill for that and as much as I like to nurture in like attend two things. That's I do that in my career and with my friendships and my relationship with you and so I feel like me being a pair and having to like I don't WanNa have to relearn. Algebra. To like help my kids with their homework like what? I DIDN'T WANNA learn the first time. You. Don't WANNA do again. Am I early forties and The responsibility of you to teach your child as well. SOLIT- pressure. I would be I I don't think I could teach kids anything. Yeah. Up Parents these days and just be like, I. Have the outmost uppermost respect for them totally because. It's such a hard job and it really is just a full time twenty, four, seven job. Yeah and I think you know with this discussion there are certainly people who judge folks for not having kids. I'm sure there are people who? Who decided to not have kids and then get older and like they maybe have a twinge of regret about it I. Think it's just one of those things like it's one of those major life decisions that you just have to choose one and hope that it's an listener wrong decision. I see a lot of people who don't won't kids scholastic from people that have kids. About Oh. You Change your mind. When you're older you only phase feeling that now. But I think it's Ok to say that you don't want kids and not to have children. Yeah. So I hope that when we're old Ganley. And bring..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"So I'm wearing the day the Stream and people look at me and I'm like, Wow, I'm showing this people mine own self image that's so powerful in ever since I started designing in two thousand seventeen, it's been my dream to be able to criticize the mass produce slide so hopefully in the future okay, we're want to speak into existence it's going to happen then I can outfit you that Guy 'cause I really wouldn't experiment more with color and just sort of like I think for like I grew up I guess you would call like back in the day like a tomboy and then it was sort of like I kind of like didn't WanNa take fashion too seriously. But it'd be like washing sex in the city and reading vogue and like all those things and then I got to place where I was like now I just want close to be fun and I, don't want to like over. If my belly sticks out a little bit. That's like not the end of the world's all these these places at this place I'm at now it's like I truly see fashion as fun, and so I think I would love to collaborate with you divy. So cool. Okay. So our last question is from Jasmine she's in Austin Texas. And she asked how can we ensure that genderless fashion will stay of movement I feel so people love to get behind somebody for minute or two, but most don't really stay in it for the long haul. So I don't know it's hard for me to remain hopeful. How can I get out of this funk and how can people step up and continue to step the fuck up for the long run? Howdy. Over there. So I take a lot of hope from history people like how you so hopeful I think it's because I really try to learn our history to understand that like everything we happened. Now people never could have imagined what it was more. So a lot of people don't know that in the US it used to be illegal to quote dress. So they were basic masquerade laws that made it a criminal act to wear clothes that were not consistent with your assigned sex. So women would be arrested for wearing pants and suits. You were at least three articles of clothing associated with your assigned sets. Fast four to twenty twenty..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"Why can't beating self expression just beat for all people why can't we just wear what we want to wear and thought it would be like a really kind of like easy bank. You know I gave this big talk last year and I was like, okay, this is GonNa be. But the man of resistance that I get in interfacing a lot of these companies, people just hat entrenched stereotypes where they're like being an address is feminine. Why? Like what is it about a garment? That makes it a gender? Yes. So how did you get to this space of I? Don't even want to call enlighten me because I really just think. You know you know doing research on you and following you I'm just sort of like, yeah of course, this totally makes sense and you're right there is so much resistance and people get so tied to their identity being protected, but they don't want to protect the identity of Trans People, non binary people and to me it's like it just doesn't make any sense that on one hand, you really want to protect those identities willing other hand. You don't want to protect another set of identities, and so I'm curious as to sort of along the way made you go. This is not just GonNa, be something that I'm going to do for my personal life, but this is something I'm going to do. In the public space as a leader in this movement because I think that you know not everyone is built for that not everyone has the tools in order to do that in a thoughtful way, and so I'm curious as to what made you be like I'm GonNa just stand up and be this voice that maybe I feel is lacking in these these circles. Spirituality is about to enter the CIA. Great Love. For me is really it's about it's a spiritual project because I really believe that most people have been indoctrinated into only knowing themselves based off of other people's ideas of who they should be, and if we ask people who are you, they don't know because most people only know who they are based on what they've been told and I think the threats that especially non binary and gender non conforming people like me. Pose, the world is that we show people. This is what it looks like to actually do this work for yourself and to not live your life on other people's terms, and we are a walking question mark to them to you know who you are 'cause I do and I think it is very dangerous thing to know oneself in this world because this world requires doubt that's that's the most profitable emotion there Doubt, but I actually came to conviction and and because I came to conviction I was like it's not enough for me to just not for myself I need to create the conditions so that other people can.
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"But I also think the phrase sort of transforming overtime like one of it's interesting to watch the sort of meaning and and militancy of like tapper knicks kneeling evolve over time. To the point where like now the entire NBA Neil. And it's like. It fascinating right like I like the sort of I like to out there. And then like don't like everyone does it you know Yeah. So it'll be. It'll be I'm curious to see the metamorphosis of what the meaning of that phrase and it's political balance overtime. The metamorphised Yaas okay. This is from anonymous is a great question What can I say to people who don't think police brutality is inherently racist. WHO That's that's a rough one. Yeah I.
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"I want to before I get to audience questions I want to say we had to. Talk about something uplifting and positive in light are do you like Cardi B. and Meghan the stallions wop up weap-. SEGUE. What are you of you? Show. I. Are. When you say name When you say those things. Some. Really. Those something. called. That good. As long one. was a long weary one because we are going through it. We all. The Nation,.
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"Physical weight doesn't eventually add to your actual fat gain, but she was sit that obsessively eat and drink standing on the scale on. You'll just sly she weighed maybe five stone I don't know that isn't maybe seventy, five, eighty pounds. She was practically dying right in front of us, and that was just it was a huge queue in the girls toilets off the after lunch every day because people will be taking tons to go throw up. It was just so normalized and encouraged on your cerro about the way that like up until. So recently we saw Sway way as such a compliment therefore, meaning gaining weight is the ultimate failure and also this fucking Brag that I hate so much about the I think started in the nineteen. Oh I can eat so much. I'm so skinny. Remember that kind of started I think in Hollywood. They would be skeletal actress eating cake and all the guys like she's such a pig and ultimate congress that if in front of guys you food be so skinny and so that was I think a big part of the rise of Lamia. Was that wit humble humble bragging just a wit brag that lives up. Until now you still see influences eating these genomes pizzas allegedly opposing next to join almost pieces that you know that are eight Victoria's secret models talking `bout how many like cheese bogus they eat the night before the show we've had countless reports the fact that a lot of them don't even ninety eight they don't drink water for like two days before the show. So I think all of that. It's like a further wave shaming someone kind of shaming them not only about their body, but also about the metabolism, which is so w-e-l-t and it just to me has always felt like a distraction tactic it's puffing division of thought that will stop particularly women from progressing becoming equals now society if we obsessed with our parents. That's time consuming means we wake up earlier to do a hair and makeup. It means we get less late eating that we need to exercising sometimes more than was supposed to do and I think that that is valuable minutes day and time and energy spent where we're not then growing a mental health and happiness on all bank accounts not independence in all families. which just trying to fit into this nonsense ideal. But every decade, can you imagine if we told men every ten years throughout history to dramatically change their entire parents they would tell us to go on faulk ourselves. Facial hair is as far as we can just about moves them. Within Women's becoming more insane and now this is weird mix of the sort of they want to have to typically. We'll be different features on at the same time you're supposed to be skinny till now but with giant tits and a big bottom skinny ties and skinny, it's just not how people's bodies work traditionally. Everyone's now having all the surgery pumping this danger shit into their bodies and drinking will these dangerous drinks that I guess I became known in America for cooling out. Yeah, which I want to talk about because I think that's very important. You know and I remember sort of just seen all these die things sort of popping up on instagram where I was just like. And everyone's wearing a waist training like this is how I got my figure and I'm like. You got it from a strict Diet Ed..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"For over a year a toll I was in bed. I'm so I think that gave me a newfound respect for my day and a wakeup call to have precious is and how much I had not been grateful for it and. How much taken it for granted and led me down a rabbit hole questioning why? Why I have thought it was a necessary or okay to treat my body, the way I have been doing. So sometimes eating one red pepper a day that I was slicing into little pieces and I would eat throughout the day of a sandwich bag. You know it's amazing the. Survived and I didn't menstruate figures I. don't even know if I'm totally photo now just so much damage during those years. So nineteen a started writing letters to newspapers and magazines trying to expose the fashion industry in all these different. Systems oppressed us but I didn't get very Fox of his nineteen and Brown platform than in my twenties I got a job on television and that's why to use all of my outlets to stop talking about this issue and talking about sizes them. Then I became a much fatter twenty six and this was a radio. Dj Wasn't host wasn't a model and yet I got hounded by the Paparazzi for about six months Kobe fat seaward. Not, see what is not cake it Ryan's you bunt. And they would me outside my house all the time and my office was on the cover of magazines is in the picture of my also was sticking miles also on the cover of. Fat Shaming me and it was so weird they would like the pictures creating this narrative. Of the whole time where they were trying to frame me as a sad lonely miserable would only take pictures when I was looking down like maybe had just resting bitch face never will the happy times having it was actually a great year. I was super in love making great progress in my career the story being told in pictures to the public where I've gained weight therefore I'm miserable loan failure. And so that's when I started to die hard into fat activism and spoke parliament, which is the equivalent of White House I guess. And released clothing lines and salted really railing against our industry. But again, because I was fat at the time, nobody would listen to the way they do now because we don't listen to women we bitter and jealous and lazy and so. I got a little bit father than I would've hoped I made a little bit of progress but no one near as much as I did when I said is saying the exact same thing as thin privileged person and that's the problem with our society I completely understand when people get pissed the I get made I get scented in this conversation but this is how are disgusting system works we send to the privileged. To a degree is interesting so they. What was frustrating as they listen to me as though ought not only I. had never said those words before was I've been saying. But they they listen to me as if no one had ever said these words before as there have been fat activists for.
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"Regarding the Connie Pesident stuff. I don't know you feel this way, but the world seems so much noisier. than. Even ten years ago even fifteen years ago and I'm really scared like. There's so much discourse in there's so much noise and there's so much stuff out there that. I'm afraid for my kids like will be so much that it becomes crippling. You don't even know how to engage with society you know yeah, I mean I think because social media can be such a force of change and I think I've definitely learned things from like Oh being on instagram reading things on twitter which them forced me to go dig deeper. You know like you can't just stop at like going on social media you have to do the research, but sometimes I noticed that I'll be like you know what I can't be on my phone for us of the day because I get. So sort of. What's the future hold on I? Don't know I'm just reading all this sort of content because I, I feel. So social media is an a way design for the consumption of content but not the actual processing of what you're. You're you're reading just like click, Click Click read, read, read it becomes an addiction, but you don't realize wear and tear that has so. I don't know I mean. Let me ask you brush net positive nag his twitter you give it a percentage percent positive percent absolute trash. I think. A thirty percent positive I was that's my exact. Thirty positive seventy don't fucking touch it. Yeah. Yeah, Monster. I. Mean. The amount of white men who will just let me know what they feel about me I'm like, what is this? Who Are you? It's just like it's such a dumpster fire but then there's so many wonderful things about it and it helps people mobilize and spread of share information. But that's also a bad thing because there's a lot of misinformation being intentionally spread but. I don't know I just I wonder what social impact that social media has on education because. So much is social media's everyone have a hot take right and I think education can't be sort of built around a hot take or I'm. have. Two of the facts that's I'm GonNa form an opinion instead of gathering all the facts what do you think? I'm a little tired of it to by just looking at the camera and being like here's my take am. Me Like I don't want I don't need to take on everything. There's some things. Regine is sit back and learn or. Submit that I. Don't know enough. I also feel like I don't WanNa put every single one of my positions on the Internet to be recorded forever. Yeah because I feel like there is There's a lack of nuance now and we don't allow people to be wrong in order to figure out how to be right. And so it's like, okay. With my daughter Yes..
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"You know we think about like people not going to college only affecting financially or like they're pretending they're earning potential right but like I. Just girl I don't WanNa say she's a friend of mine but like were associates or whatever, and she wants said, you know I wouldn't date a guy if he didn't go to college I have standards, and so I think it's also with thing where. In Society College can sometimes be used as this thing disorder separate like I'm better than this other person because I went and got a higher education and so I think there might be some people who now are thinking like maybe I don't want to go to school. But if I don't go to college, is GonNa Affect my dating life is GonNa Affect Business Wise is going to affect like who wants to be my friend am I going to be looked down upon us? I'm wondering what you think about. The sort of stress that comes with not wanting to go to college ended up not doing it. Yeah I mean. Wyche. Societal pressure super real. Into, expect people to just be like fuck. It don't care about what people have to say. That's a very tough ask. I would just say. I remember being like twenty three to twenty six and being in the job. Market. In applying for jobs in everything was based on unless you went to top five school it was all about your work experience and I remember once I got the daily show. I realized there was this whole internship program where there were a bunch of as their that were sophomores juniors in college. I realized I was like, oh I, did that my sophomore junior year I would have never needed college. In. So many of our interns at the daily show ended up climbing all the way to the top like Adam Lois artisan intern, and then went all the way up to EP showrunner. It's pretty crazy I mean he was there for like fifteen years. Think about. Roi On that's way better than you know going to college graduating and then figuring that out and so the thing that I wish more things in society had is that Kinda like internship. program. I think the problem is, is that when you get into the labor force, now corporations have been incentivized to prevent protect the C. Suite executives in not..
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"Ooh. Oh, that's so sweet. something else that I I just wish I had heard that sooner you're not asking me about this, but I was gonNA throw it out in terms of money I was GonNa ask you. But thank you for asking the question answering I. Don't have to do anything I was just GonNa say I hate when people do that when people like how do I do it? Let me tell you what do I think I was GONNA say real estate and. If your apartment isn't too cool of a place move. Like I wasted so much money trying to live in an area that was cool. And I was able to save enough money to buy a house in an area where people made so much fun of me. If, you're not being made fun of about where you live. You gotTA move. My theory you should not be paying for someone to think you live in a cool area. I mean the amount of money that. The racket of just to live in a swanky area attacking a thousand dollars onto someone's rents because it's you know a cool area I. Made a very good decision that was very hard for me because I live for everyone's approval and I really wanted to be conveniently located and I really want people to think I was hit or whatever. But I moved from West Hollywood where I was paying rent that was basically a mortgage if your rents mortgage. Sit Down with someone and talk about money. You know I bought a house in a place called Studio City my area code changed people were like us you're an eight one eight loser I was mocked I was made fun of I. Mean I clearly need new friends but I was able to buy an area that wasn't cool. Is a bunch of like families. No one WanNa come see me I sold it. Ten years later and was able to make money. Off of it in a way that you know I never thought that I would be able to make like savvy real estate decisions but it actually wasn't that hard and all I had to do be willing to live in an area that people like didn't think was cool and I it again with where I live now in an area I, Love Your House. It is so in. So peaceful, it's very quiet and I don't know I. Just think it's it's good energy. Thank you but a lot of people don't think to move to this area and I paid probably half of what I would have. This house was deeper in the city in a cool area. You know it's like move to where it's GONNA be cool..
"frasier" Discussed on Black Frasier
"Iraq to just pull allow an IRA day. Doing, drop the accent. Do. Ours. Irish Way Hana. Her Heart. Odd. We'll very very would do accent I'm I can. Say. Oh. You. Need. Phoebe I. Feel a presence in the room. Tonight. Is it you in our hometown because I went to Dublin last minute baby to see Irish concert do you remember seeing me that day? Bake off with also in Ireland. I forgot about that. Yes. You flew last minute from New York to island. Yes. So me three minutes now is fifteen. It was a nice juicy fifteen. You know what I'm just a girl. Staying in front of a boy. God. Asking him. To, produce my podcasts for free. Yes and the payment is just don't go. please. Please That is he's you say that so much in our. It's very true like I, know what you're saying it's wildly inappropriate. Just stop we have neighbors and I'm like, but it's funny and your leg but dignity yes, gets up. Anyway we move onto the episodes. Yes. First of all, wearing my finest wig because I want to celebrate we are interviewing. Truly one of my most favorite. PEOPLE ICONS, I have been a Jain Norma's fan since forever. And really is this is like a truly pinch me moment where I'm just like I. Like to speak things into existence and I was like one day. I'M GONNA get to have a conversation with this person and is going to be beyond my wildest dreams and that's what's happened and you guys. Don't really care. So much. Seeing love myself. There's not I don't like it is just every time I take off my headphones while I'm working, I can hear you sing. It's just such a catchy wonderful song. I. Think we all just WanNa love ourselves better and this is such a great episode I thought it was a perfect episode. Kick off his entire show because we're talking about hair. And also, we're talking about like self care joy and I think it's hard in these times. It super important right to find that right and to have someone like her sort of like to us about her journey self-discovery talk about herself in business pattern beauty. We.
NBCUniversal Wades Into Streaming Wars With Peacock
"There is yet entrant in the streaming worse. NBC universals Contender Peacock lunches today with a host of classic shows like Frasier and cheers. NBC Is Hoping Peacock will stand out as a low cost option with tears of content at different prices, including a free version with commercials of course, but our reporter Joe Flint says that even from day one peacock faces an uphill battle, the big challenge really for them right now is. It's a very crowded marketplace. They are coming in late to it. I think even their own top executives would acknowledge that they've been. been a little late to the streaming game. That doesn't necessarily mean they're doomed. Of course, if the analogy they used, and it's an accurate one. If you look at the cable news world when Fox News debuted, they were late behind MSNBC, and CNN and the general consensus was. They won't make a mark. Obviously, we've seen that's not the case what their their hope was to use the wind. Sorry the Summer Olympics. Promotional, platform so. They kind of lost the billboard that they were planning on. And they're going to launch with less of the original programming. They were hoping to debut with the Hollywood shutdown of production. Due to the corona virus is basically put a lot of projects in limbo for now. That's not just them of course. Disney plus. Hbo Max. Even even that flakes, no one's producing right now, but if you're a new service and you only have a handful of new shows that also may make it tougher to get people to come sample you
Summer camp during coronavirus will look a little different
"The first day of summer many parents and kids are wondering with corona virus will there be summer sports camps almost bills Ford says it depends on where you live and what type of activity I've heard it from neighbor parents every day since we started corona virus stay home stay safe in March love my kids but they're driving me while the children riding bikes and skateboards they to look for the summer sports and camps president and CEO Jason Frazier was Skyhawks sports academy is hearing the same thing yep waiting list right now put put parents but that one didn't have I could be great for the kids I think they're they're they're ready to be active and ready to be doing something positive so that's been the most encouraging thing that we've seen so far tennis soccer baseball golf flag football cheerleading for nearly forty years the Spokane based guy hawks is operated camps and clinics for children aged four to twelve all over the country in this pandemic they've already been able to start up in ten states and hearing district code nineteen guidelines will have restrictions on programs I think we had a change such as no contact check in and check out we have our staff that are wearing masks during programs we're not requiring masks for kids but in some cases parents are having their kids were masked programs we are thoroughly cleaning our equipment throughout the day Spokane sky hawks begins next Monday but yeah comma camps have been canceled all summer because it's a corona virus hot spot here in western Washington were only in phase two of the re opening Frasier says virtual camps might have to replace some in person sessions it's important kids get out and play and Frazier says the emphasis is fun what we want is we want to provide a positive outlet we want to continue to teach life skills through the sport we want to develop that passion for the sport we just want these kids to be able to provide I also checked with the greater Seattle YMCA website accepting registrations for day camp classics at king and south Snohomish county wise and elementary schools it will be family camps only at the popular Coleman and camp or Kyla this summer
Take Space Needle out of Seattle’s skyline and most think we’re a certain no-nonsense Midwest city
"What would be opening a Frasier been like without the graphics synonymous with Seattle without the space needle would we have looked like Seattle the answer apparently not the survey from big brands dot com asked Americans to identify cities without their most notable landmark in other words they took the needle out of our Seattle skyline if you live around here perhaps you'd still be able to determine that a needless silhouette of Seattle was still Seattle but through the rest of the world we apparently lookalikes four major cities Seattle had the least recognizable skyline and most respondents said we look more like the windy city then the Emerald City to add insult to injury the silhouette of Chicago without the former Sears tower was still identified as Chicago fortunately the space needle he is still there and as the evidence now more than ever clearly suggests the landmark is the signature of our skyline which is a good thing because we can't always count on the blue sky
14 Americans test positive for coronavirus after evacuation from quarantined cruise ship
"Now to U. S. chartered jets caring people who've been held in quarantine for nearly two weeks aboard a cruise ship in Japan landed in this country early this morning that ship had been held off the coast of yoga not you okay now because of several coronavirus cases now being called covert nineteen fourteen of which involve U. S. citizens who are among the three hundred forty returning CBS news correspondent Deborah potter reports from Japan where some Americans are still quarantined aboard the ship for the over forty Americans left for ended hospitals in Japan last night's evacuation was tough to bear it was kind of devastating ought to be able to join them Rebecca Frasier from Oregon has been in the hospital for nearly two weeks with the virus but has had none of it's symptoms her husband who tested negative is waiting for her on the diamond princess they are worried that they might have to undergo further quarantine in the U. ace it's a stream mentally emotionally Avenue you know we have lives to get back to you back home and I get that they need to make sure that we're clear once were clear we need to call home territory to engine nine to seventy one year old husband Mohammed off from LA they were reunited in hospital over the weekend after she tested positive for the virus six days after he had been removed from the diamond princess with the illness I'm doing better than you he's still fighting dividers and the pharmacy is there nasty one as everybody knows he has fever more than three hundred Americans would makes by US officials wearing hazmat suits who scolded
San Antonio: 300 Americans evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship are back in the US, including 14 who have coronavirus
"Friend two planeloads of Americans are back in the US today they had been trapped on the diamond princess that cruise ship in Japan where there are more than four hundred fifty coronavirus cases K. O. V. E. R. T. V.'s Ryan hills as one generosity California's Travis Air Force base those on board will face two weeks of quarantine they will not be at the same facility I am being told by a spokesperson at Travis that it will be some sort of lodging facility on the main campus area Travis is also stated that no Travis Air men or women will come in contact with the individuals who are here on quarantine they've made that implicitly clearly other aircraft arrived at a base in San Antonio fourteen on those planes tested positive for the virus but showed no symptoms CBS is Deborah patter in Japan for the over forty Americans left behind in hospitals in Japan last night's evacuation was tough to bear it was kind of devastating not to be able to join them Rebecca Frasier from Oregon has been in the hospital for nearly two weeks with the virus but has had none of it's symptoms her husband who tested negative is waiting for her on the diamond princess they are worried that they might have to undergo further quarantine in the US it's a strange mentally emotionally you know we have lives to get back to you back home and I get that they need to make sure that we're clear once were clear we need to call
American who contracted coronavirus on cruise ship speaks out
"Martin at American evacuated to California from Wuhan is the nation's thirteenth confirmed coronavirus case health officials confirming this newest U. S. case at a military base in San Diego and eleven Americans on board a cruise ship the docks in Japan have been diagnosed including Rebecca Frasier from Oregon speaking from her hospital room it was a very surreal experience to be told that you have this virus that as far as I knew could be
Coronavirus emergency 'holds a very grave threat' for world: WHO
"Eleven Americans are among sixty six new cases of coronavirus on a quarantined Japanese cruise ship Rebecca Frasier from Oregon is one of the was a very surreal experience to be told that you have this virus that as far as I knew could be deadly more than forty two thousand people are now infected globally more than one thousand have died and the World Health Organization is meeting in Geneva live to the foreign desk and CBS's Vicki Barker that meeting opening with a warning that the corona virus outbreak poses a very grave threat for the whole world and the WHO's Mike Ryan says world leaders have been asleep at the wheel we haven't put in place quite frankly the preparedness mechanisms the communications mechanisms the governance mechanism the two day meeting aimed at accelerating the development of drugs diagnostics and vaccines in what's becoming a race
Virus death toll nears 640 as hundreds more Americans evacuated
"The death toll from the corona virus in China now passing six hundred health officials in China say over six hundred thirty have died in the country another thirty one thousand of an infected meanwhile a couple from the northwest quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan Frasier in Oregon resident it's just one of the forty one new cases of coronavirus discovered on this cruise ship more than sixty passengers have now been infected Rebekah's husband says she'll be in the hospital for ten to twelve days now can't tells us his temperature is jumping he's worried he may be infected as well with the conditions worsening onboard Broadrick Kathy made a stellar from Utah or two of the thousands trapped in their rooms inside nothing is changed to me and we're still in our cabins little scary to be on board in the numbers just keep climbing the situation so bad one passenger rights on social media that they can hear painful costs from a passenger in a nearby room now the Chinese doctor who sounded the alarm a novel coronavirus is died from the disease he was so concerned
"frasier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Frasier on what we can expect Friday morning a couple of inches of accumulation is not out of the question or watching closely for any impacts for the Friday morning drive certainly doesn't look to be as cold or as robust as this last snowstorm but any snow in the forecast always deserves a little extra attention Dave says Saturday will be nice with high temperatures in the forties even with the cold weather there are plenty more beds available for the homeless in Denver the Denver rescue mission says it served five hundred forty five guests on Sunday night and seven hundred seventy six on Monday capacity for all their shelters is about one thousand the rescue mission says it's seen an increase in demand for meals as the cold weather lingers the mission says it won't turn anyone away seeking assistance or shelter from the cold the deep cold makes it dangerous to be outside there are new details about a disturbing case of domestic violence that resulted in a local woman's death Westminster police say the victim was violently attacked twice in two months by the same man her ex husband fox thirty one Denver Takahara with more Westminster please say it came in as a medical calls in Westminster last Friday original pieces of information it potentially was a fall from an overdose but very quickly that officer recognized there's more to it there some suspicious circumstances victim Yasmin di have brought died from her injuries four days later at the hospital the suspect her ex husband James Arthur malls junior this is a homicide where a a weapon wasn't specifically used and yet he was able to kill her in a domestic violence attack and we have learned dolls was arrested on November fourteenth accused of attacking to have brought in Denver fox thirty one separate Takahara for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio apple wherever you get your favorite podcast again Coachella came away the voice of Colorado is such a drive in pretty decent shape elementary freeway so there's no warning road work to worry about but you may encounter some black ice in the bridges and overpasses and some of the side streets as you make your way around you gotta find speeds all through the Texan are like twenty five these nothing and firm with privacy for seventy four seventy the world work to worry about my my seventy crosstown speeds are normal on I two seventy nine seventy six in the high country you have seen in traction walls for US six Loveland pass thanks anyone can point whether partly sunny high of thirty today tonight's all about zero tomorrow expect a high of forty tomorrow night's law is going to be about thirteen and then on Friday cooler with a high of thirty seven and a chance of snow and a little twenty three currently it's minus three hello Kaley every guy knows that feeling the realization on Valentine's day that you've got nothing for your true love not this year guys because of William's jewelers we're your one stop shop I'm Steve Williams and I'm Bruce Williams you see war one of Colorado's largest find jurors with a designer brands she knows and loves like Lagos in hearts on fire thousands of quality iconic and yes affordable pieces you won't find in any other store starting at under three hundred dollars and with every Valentine's purchase your Valentine's card delicious candy in fresh cut rose are all on us guys it's one stop shopping this is how Valentine shopping was always meant to be Williams tumors in cherry creek north and Williams dealers in Inglewood at Bellevue and Broadway Denver's first family of fine jewelers and your one stop Valentine's store we and wedding rings store your love of rock and roll will never die but Denver weather sure sometimes quickly that's why I depend on K. way fox thirty one Denver point whether only on K. away the voice of Colorado as Colorado weather changes know what to expect with box thirty one point whether only on K. way these media networks this is America's first news this morning with your host first results good morning I'm Gordon deal along with Jennifer could shrink up on this Wednesday February fifth what could be with us and here's what's up this hour he put a judge and Bernie Sanders Lee the incomplete Iowa caucuses with about two thirds of precincts reporting Joe Biden was a distant fourth president trump did not mention impeachment during his state of the union what he and house speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered not so subtle messages to each other the Senate this afternoon will vote on the two articles of impeachment here how each political side made its final arguments that help business fortunes like personal ones eventually fall to the wayside over time a company like Amazon is.
Missing woman last seen leaving bar with 2 men, texted friends she was in trouble
"You know about the disappearance of the Alabama woman her body was recently found in a shallow grave but her disappearance caught everyone's eye on social media because she texted a friend as she I think was leaving a bar with two guys that she was quote unquote in trouble and you have to wonder what might have happened it did not end well they did find her body an Alabama man has been charged not only with her disappearance but with abusing her corpse yeah Frasier camped in fifty years old was charged on thirty with Thursday with the abuse of Peyton how Houston's course Hampton hasn't been charged with involvement in her death but he hasn't yet surrendered to authorities in other words they think it's certainly knows him they are looking for him Hampton was initially held in the Birmingham city jail beginning December twenty eighth on suspicion of kidnapping but he was released two days later after investigators failed to gather enough evidence to charge him with a crime the sheriff and their office have said it has evidence Hampton and Houston were together December twentieth the night she disappeared after leaving a Birmingham bar with two men sheriff's office office deputy chief David AG said news conference that our family members had told news outlets Houston sent a text to a friend that night asking the person to answer it she called because she didn't know who she was with texting quote I feel in trouble close
Jury deliberating murder charge in stray-bullet killing of 9-year-old
"Com the jury must now decide the fate of one of the suspects charged in the death of a nine year old bridge teen girl who was hit by a stray bullet as she slapped twenty one year old the Roy E. Frasier the third is the first of four defendants to face trial in Cumberland County in the death of Jennifer
Vanished: Kelsey Berreth
"It was Kelsey. Mom Cheryl contacted the police to report. Kelsey missing MRS on December. Second two thousand Eighteen Cheryl hadn't spoken to. Her daughter are in over a week. Kelsey infant daughter Kayleigh had been in the custody of her father and Kelsey Fiance Patrick swayze since Thanksgiving giving day and I wasn't like Kelsey to be out of touch without explanation right so right away alarm bells were ringing. Yeah this just isn't the Kelsey now. Oh very responsible. Smart Young Woman and Kelsey actually grew up on a farm in Washington state. She had a younger brother Clinton and loved. Horses is and she always had dreams of becoming a commercial pilot according to her mother and she she went to aviation school in Washington and then began working professionally as a flight instructor. So I'm very impressed by that. Yes pretty cool and everybody can do that in two thousand sixteen. She met Patrick swayze in on an online dating site. Type of thing yeah. She moved to Colorado to be near him so things heated up pretty quickly. Yes she really liked. Kim She thought he was a keeper and he could be the one group her list. She was well enough into him that she made a big move right. Yeah that shows something doesn't it. I mean and you have to be fairly committed to do that when we think frazee worked and lived on his mother's ranch where he trained cattle dogs and he also worked safari her. Now for those of you. Who Don't know like me? A farrier is a specialist in equine hoof care includes the trimming and balancing of horses hooves. WHO's and putting shoes on their hooves? Right and NASHES horses. I guess donkeys as well. He had a friend with donkey's who he is to take care of. Their hooves chargers officer who Friday I think so. So Kelsey worked. As a flight instructor at Falcon Air Force Base before she accepted the position. DOSS aviation Russian in Pueblo Colorado. Her boss Daas said that Kelsey was diligent and committed she commuted from her condo in Woodland Park to her job in Pueblo. Blow several days a week. People who flew with her remembered her as a very positive force in their lives and a someone that they could really trust when her students graduated graduated. They left some glowing reviews of her large knowledge base and her very helpful teaching techniques so she was really well regarded there so it seems and she had moved into her own condo in the town of Woodland Park and that's not far from phrase's ranch. The two became engaged and they had a baby girl in the fall of two thousand seventeen. They named her Kaley crazy. Seemed happy to be a father and seemed to take good care of Keighley but calcium calcium. Patrick didn't live together however in Kelsey family felt the relationship was a good one. The parents shared custody making plans to be together as a family. We at some point right so I kind of see right from the beginning here. A lack of commitment on his part that they weren't living together after they had a baby. Seems a little little strange to me. Yeah if you're co-parenting and you're engaged to be married. Why wouldn't you live together right? So that's just kind of a red flag that I noticed noticed right away and the beginning of this story. You're was it more. His decision not live together. Well we don't know you know. Her mother had said it was financial. He'll things which I think it was mostly him because he was the one who had financial problems which will get into. But let's go ahead and talk a little bit about the missing missing persons report and what I happened. Okay so the first police officer who showed up to do a welfare check on Kelsey was Corporal Beth Huber and Ed after entering information into the local and national databases. She contacted Patrick swayze so right away. They're going to contact the fiance well. Of course frizzy claimed that the last time he had seen Kelsey was Thanksgiving Day. That was November. Twenty second when they had exchanged custody of Keighley in the alley behind Chelsea's condo a frizzy said their romantic relationship was over during the the custody exchange. She returned items that belonged to Kelsey this included her handgun. Somehow Munition Car Keys House keys and some other personal items right so so custody. Exchange in the alley is another weird thing here. Yeah and also saying that their relationship was over nobody else knew of that UH and there was no evidence to show that and will notice that when we look at their conversations around this time Chelsea's family reported to police that it was highly unusual for her her to go away without telling anyone her mom Cheryl had spoken to Kelsey twice on the phone on November twenty second and two her Kelsey seemed like her normal. Happy yourself she talked excitedly about the upcoming Christmas holiday with Kaley. What kind of presence? They would have for stuff like that then after talking to her mom Kelsey Chelsea went shopping with Kaley. She was caught on video surveillance at a Safeway store and Woodland Park and she entered the store at twelve. Oh five everything looks. It's normal and exited the Safeway at twelve twenty seven pm and this would also be verified by receipts from the store so after leaving the store door Kelsey sent frasier text and she offered to make him a sweet potato casserole. That doesn't really sound like someone who's broken up. Her sure doesn't sounds like a good relationship. Yeah at least one that she's you know invested in for sure right then between twelve fifty four and when seventeen eighteen that same day frazee was captured on a Walmart surveillance camera at the Woodland Park Walmart. He had a baby carrier with a blanket that looked like the blankets. Seen with Kelsey and Kaley at the Safeway Okay we couldn't be seen but it's probable issues with frizzy because he had the carrier. Sure I think that's a pretty safe assumption. But Kelsey wasn't seen again after Thanksgiving Day even though her cellphone continued to send messages on November. Twenty four th Cheryl got a text from Chelsea's phone saying that she would call her later but then Kelsey never called her. The next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to her supervisor at doss aviation it said she was planning to take a trip and would be away for a week. There were also messages to Patrick. swayze eight on the twenty four th at four. PM FRAC- sent a text to calcium phone. Saying if this is truly what you want respect your wishes and give you space the leave you alone now. Then the next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to phrase's phone saying do you even love me. And he answered that text swith. Why would I bend over backwards and stand by you through everything if I didn't so the answer to your question is yes I do so so after about a week of not hearing from her daughter Cheryl Berith called free just to see you know what's going on? Frasier told Cheryl that he and Kelsey Elsie had an argument in calcium. Broken up with him and giving Kaley to him he suggested to share Kelsey may have flown somewhere with a CO worker. But Kelsey hadn't told Cheryl better trip or breaking up with Razi so mom Cheryl is getting more and more concerned and that's when she called the voice so at the welfare check of Chelsea's Condo. Her keys in purse were gone but both of her cars were parked outside. They didn't find any signs of foul. Oh play on this visit but her makeup in toothbrush. Were still in the bathroom and there were some mostly uneaten cinnamon rolls sitting on the stove. There was also also a candle on a warmer nearby in the heat was up higher than usual so these are all very strange things. She wouldn't leave for a trip without her makeup makeup in her toothbrush. Leaving food on the counter were turning the thermostat down right so by this time ten days had passed since Kelsey she had last been seen. Remember Cheryl got a text from Kelsey but we don't believe that that last one was from Kelsey because she was already missing right. Your impression is that it's doctored. Kind of thing. Yeah just to throw people off right and even Cheryl would say that. The texting wasn't like her daughters texting. So there were some red flags right away on the whole thing. There was a press conference held on December four and the case was still being treated as. There's a missing persons case. Police announced that Kelsey phone had pinged on a tower in gooding Idaho on November twenty fifth. This was a long way from aware. CALC- lived I think it was eight hundred. Two thousand miles so Cheryl spoke about her daughter being a reliable person and she asked for help in locating eating her but notably. Patrick Frasier did not attend this press conference and of course everybody noticed that
Impeachment Report Reveals Unexpected Calls Between Giuliani, Office of Management and Budget
"You today impeachment hearings on the hill of the Judiciary Committee takes over a couple of experts on constitutional law expected to testify let's get into it with Susan for each year of the sheep compressional correspond to the Washington examiner Susan good morning good morning okay so what's the point of this hearing well the point is for Democrats to bring in some experts who will support their view that there are constitutional grounds for impeaching president trump and this is also a hearing in which they can say they gave the Republicans who are the minority in the house an opportunity to present their case earlier they invited the president or his lawyers to come and testify in and the president declined but the Republicans have invited one witness to this hearing so you basically have it for constitutional law experts three picked by the Democrats want picked by the Republicans in Estes give kind of a two fold Ariel for the Democrats to talk about here are experts saying we're doing the right thing and also here with our our here where the Republicans given an opportunity to participate which they've been complaining about all these weeks is it possible that the Republicans could possibly take this in a different direction since they have constitutional law experts in front of them that they could ask about the constitutionality of Adam Schiff and company getting the phone records of painting the phone records of the president's personal counsel Rudy Giuliani as well as Devin newness and John Solomon yeah I'm curious about this yesterday's surprising news into this thing offense somewhat vague Dan and predictable as we will go along with that were the rat was the revelation that Adam Schiff of who is the Democrats who runs the intelligence committee he obtained phone records that they included in the impeachment report that the intelligence committee released to the public yesterday those records included calls between Rudy Giuliani prince personal lawyer and the White House and between Devin newness who is the ranking member on the house intelligence committee the top Republican and Rudy Giuliani as well as last harness who was the associate a Rudy Giuliani who is now under indictment for funneling foreign money into U. S. campaign so all there were a whole bunch of calls revealed in obtain from eighteen T. and included in this report and that was the big surprising thing a lot of people on the Republican side are outraged by this so I don't rule out them bringing it up at the hearing I don't know what the questions are going to be out but certainly there a lawmakers talking about yesterday you heard that minority leader he was asked about noon as talking to Giuliani talking departed and he said that he really didn't have any problem with with that with newness talked to I spoke to people on noon at the staff who said if you look at these call some of them or like a few seconds long they they probably didn't go through and there was maybe one call that was a few minutes and that newness talks to a lot of people and that anyone a lot of the leaders on the intelligence committee take all kinds of call to talk to a lot of people they say really kind of proves nothing but it just showed to them what level Adam Schiff is willing to go to to try and make their impeachment case and try to make the Republicans look bad that's the reason the viewpoint from from the Republicans on that Susan this is a gigantic story that Devon Nunez obtain the phone records for the president's personal attorney a sitting journalist and a member of his own commit a Devon noon as it is a huge story as not being treated that way by the press a large you are treating it like a big story can you tell me don't know if any of the people involved here were notified that their phone records were being sought not that I can tell and it was obtained from eighteen to you is not attained by people on the call so it raises all kinds of questions I think there are a lot of people were surprised to see it the problem is John Solomon is being painted as kind of like a co conspirator it's very strange instead of just reporter try to record on an angle nobody else is writing about which is the Ukraine angle it seems like most the media got behind this idea that that meant that that a D. bond story line the Russian if somehow participating in perpetuating it along with Republicans who according to Democrats are pushing this you crying saying in a way to go after their political opponents the Democrats see that's the way it's being framed right by the Democrats instead of you know the media look well Susan a alright yeah if if being fed mis information by a foreign government disqualifies you as a journalist the entire Washington press corps should hang up their credentials today given the way that the Russian collusion conspiracy was treated for years I mean I I wouldn't I haven't seen anything to suggest that Solomon should be thrown out entirely as a journalist and I don't think anybody's made that case successfully well we always point out you know you can make this take whatever you talk to dot com is that everything you reported it backed up and documented in that you go and look at it yourself right this is all true there and no one is disputing some of the things that we know that that there was contact between the Democrats new Ukraine government to dig up dirt on on truck there no one's disputing that I think what the damn word what Democrats are trying to do and I think kind of affected in doing it is make it sort of like if you if you believe anything about Ukraine meddling in the election you are therefore are declaring Russia did nothing wrong it's a strange argument they're making and and it's one that I think is proven effective because it's being manic and and echoed by the mainstream media very very powerfully I'm I'm very curious as to how they could get the the the how they could get a subpoena to get the phone records of the president's personal lawyer because you do have the right to attorney client privilege and on wiki how I just want to wiki how to how to get a subpoena and one of its step six do not subpoena privileged communications so how do they get the subpoena if even wiki house says he can't do that yes well they got the call between Giuliani and the office of management and budget they didn't get I don't see that they got any calls between Giuliani and the president himself I'm not sure that some of those calls it's not clear who's who's on the other end of those calls and if it does raise a lot of questions like I said it was a big surprise yesterday when goes call surface I know there is our cases were Verizon and eighteen eighteen other phone companies they do turn over things subpoenaed by the government and I'm not sure what president this is going to set it it's because it's such a partisan impeachment proceeding on Capitol Hill I think get everyone to the knowledge of some credibly partisan that that this kind of rocky rocky is about up quite a bit and I think that that's that's not going to bode well for especially the intelligence committee for the two sides to work together when you have the chairman obtaining phone records of the ranking member that's that's a really that's that's you reaching a new level of of of partisanship yeah and it totally undermining their ability to say that this is a sober impeachment process and when it does it's been anything but Susan Frasier thank you as always thank you for
First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed
"But on the show the deciders we like to feature people who are leaders in their field and change agents in their communities on the show I asked people to share their stories and offer insights and today we're going to do something a little unusual I am part of the team from Frasier communications on the show we're gonna be talking about how we build a campaign in very specifically about the first five California campaign in previous shows on this topic of early childhood education the importance of early childhood education I've spoken about the fact that our youngest children really represent our future and research demonstrates now that for every dollar you invest early you can get up to eight dollars back as a result of higher productivity less incarceration a more limited teenage pregnancies and many other ways and the research demonstrates that helping children early from the moment of birth to talk and read returning talking and singing to them not helping them talk of course that early can make a big difference in our brain development there's actually growth inside the brain to the team that developed that talk read saying campaign was here with me today and I'm gonna introduce them all and then we'll go back and forth talking about them so we have Eileen prince who's a senior vice president and director of client services who works every day on the first five account and her partner in that is Molly our who's our director of consumer experience has a Molly works in many ways on first five to create authentic experiences for family members for care givers and for parents amber stunned or the creative director at Frasier communications really brought on the mantra talk read sing to life and has helped us build and identity in the state of California for the campaign I've mentioned before on this show we're very proud of this campaign in particular because it's impacting parents we've been doing it for almost six years now and we have eighty seven percent awareness according to the UCLA us C. H. I. S. study that's done every year and among those of where those parents to wear over ninety percent of them say they're actually talking reading and singing more as a result of the campaign so when I talk about using communications to have a positive impact we really believe we're doing now let's start with a lean Eileen as I mentioned is the director of client services we have a full service media department in the agency but they're not here and I know I lean works very closely with them I think you talk about how this talk re saying message gets created and delivered to people not the creative part so much for the delivery of it to them through media throughout the state of California we started of all of our campaigns by doing a lot of good deep research because there's a lot of learnings that are continually changing and happening as the years go on so we use a mix of MRI or not Nielsen com score Scarborough and this gives us a lot of information about what our audiences are watching listening to and more importantly how they're changing just how they use their media so just a couple little quick nuggets to share like what's new in the the media lands out there is that on average adults are now spending almost six hours a day using their digital media so what does that mean we need to be using at more and more digital media to get our message out there to our parents and a lot of households are now cutting the cord to what does that mean no more subscriptions to a satellite they're going in using more things like Hulu live YouTube live and sling TV that's increased by fifty eight percent which is pretty astonishing Eileen I ate I think you're right as the media habits change we've got to stay on top of them hi you know you mentioned these chefs in media what about also reaching different ethnic groups and making sure we understand how to reach the most effectively yeah that's really really important so again our research helps inform but also our media partners help inform we do a really strong mix of Spanish Chinese Karan to Gauliga just to name a few and we have we know through our research where our audiences are but we also have forged really strong partnerships as a star to say with each of our stations are in language stations and they help us to create relevant messages to each of those audiences that's great I think you know we do something like sixteen languages and we're always evolving I know one another campaign we're looking at check talk out because we're targeting young people agendas ager six fifteen to twenty five years or twenty four year olds and the point is I think it Frasier we really stay on top of the media alternatives Facebook obviously being a big part of it Instagram Pinterest etcetera I'm only I know you've been really involved in the social media side of it and then extensions of the media to will be call integrations tell us about those yeah this building off of what I lean was saying about using the media the as a delivery system the messengers are really important part of that who's actually talking and who's saying our campaign messaging and that we also either work with our media partners for example with Spanish language with Univision we've worked with their star is Omar and our Heliade I'd to do content integration into their shows but then we also use ESPN and their radio talent and across the board let me explain because I don't think people know that term integration and I think this is actually an added value of Frasier being the op having the opportunity to see other people's pictures and their decks I know they often don't do this but when we work with our media partners we asked them to help us deliver the message or we call trusted sources so as part of the deal will be by the media we get these talented people I stand simply for free sometimes are modest payments to them but it's not the same as going that to them independently and we actually worked very hard to create the messaging the talking points but then they deliver and extremely authentic way that's what we mean by integration so Marin R. Heliade did videos for us right it did and it's also important to add to that that we select these messengers because they're relatable their authentic to what we're having to say so Omar not wholly recorded videos with their children and with their parents and we've had them talking about multi generational our conversations and with I mentioned earlier with the S. P. and we use Johnny hacker who's the punter for the rams he is a new dad so we had in coming on talking to other dads using sports as a way to connect and really make sure that he is relatable that his audience and his followers and his fans can trust and not just as a as a hero in their in their medium but as a regular dad that they can just listen to and learn from then follow follow emulate him I think that's really important you know we we could produce as many as fast as we'd like but having it said in their own voice I remember in particular with Omar and how are how on Helly at our hell yeah we we have discovered that there were issues with people who were learn their letters foundation another country like Mexico not being confident they even spoken well enough because our grammar is maybe as a perfect a particularly women who don't want always get to go to school all the way through so many of the women we had invokes regionalist third grade so of the grandparents of Omar and Haley I could talk about the fact that she I don't know if I should speak Spanish for talking in front of my kids but Marano Haley as it is okay it doesn't matter their brain is growing just as a result of you're talking in using words or telling stories right so some of the messages that are new ones are kind of difficult for us to express maybe in a paid spot get shared absolutely and a lot of these influencers and trusted sources have multiple channels in which they reach all of their audiences so we take advantage of all of the outlets that they have in any touch point we can have with their fans and their followers so for example with our help we'll go we'll keep what they are highly a trainer she did a Facebook live for us she's a ton of followers on her Facebook channel they tune in and she talked to them from from the could recall that carpool carpool I don't know if this plan carpal carrier right and she just talked while she was in line waiting to pick up her kids from school she taught three got online and just started talking about her day and now she's going to do and talking with their kids on the way home and the song she sang so it makes it really true now we've also had experiences with Mario I lean can you talk a little bit about Mario Lopez and getting him involved I'd love to talk about Mario Mario has really been a champion for first five California he has now three children he just added to his family just a couple months ago and he has been a true spokesperson for us across the state on his radio he speaks in both English and Spanish so he's able to again just like with Johnny hacker does for sports those listen to entertainment are following him as both a trusted source and a good friend because a lot of folks to listen to radio really do have that kinship to those they listen to in Mario has really resonated throughout the state for us and so much so that first five California's actually even recognized him for all the great work he's done in helping share the message about talk read see now they gave him an award and what and what is your state conferences which was wonderful and Mario is on I E. entertainment right we're just a show so our entertainment to manage he just changed over I think it's acts he just check this out show a Mario also has a following on IG entertainment shows he was on Entertainment Tonight now he's on access Hollywood people really believe in him and of course we go to universal studios to record with it which is a lot of fun which is love and I think trusted messengers are a critical part of what we do but we also have to develop messaging and of course even the theme talk read saying it changes everything first let's talk about how that came to be well we know that done from other brain research review and we also know from our own childhoods the songs we still remember the two the two spider in Riverview boat and and a big catalog of this the thing that is very true is that words in sentences that end up in rhyme are very are more easily remembered if you take that if you take that a K.
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"The trump administration has announced major changes to the way it enforces the landmark Endangered Species Act a move it says will reduce regulatory burdens but critics charge will drive more creatures to extinction fish and Wildlife Service assistant director Gary Frasier says lifting blanket protection for newly dean threatened species is a good idea we can regulate
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"Two. On Colorado's morning news. The teller county man will stand trial in the disappearance and presumed murder of his fiancee KOA. Newsradio is Connor shreve is live with what happened in court yesterday. And where we go from here. Connor lots of testimony from investigators who interviewed the nurse who dumped Kelsey Berith cellphone, Idaho. She apparently told investigators she saw Patrick phrase a bag she thinks inclu-. Barrett's body and the bat she says phrase used to beat the mother of his young daughter to death. She apparently was in a relationship with Frasier. The nurse was in says he tried to get her to kill multiple times. But that she couldn't bring herself to do it. What she did do was cleanup Barrett's home where the alleged murder took place a scene. She described as horrific with bloodstains over the walls and floor and furniture and toys Frasier apparently told Kenny he wanted Berith dead because she was a bad mother to the couple's daughter next up a hearing four Patrick Swayze. That is now set for April
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"Collar Murray is deciding right now, I don't know if it's as simple as like head versus heart. But he's choosing between the sport. He has loved most football. And the sport where he has already been a notable investment in baseball. He is already the ninth pick in the draft five point seven million dollars available to him. But part of this dynamic is the long term future for Colin Murray. And it's imagining what you would be if you hit your apex in both sports in the NFL three years is the time you must wait before renegotiating a new deal. And if you're a first round pick, your make it very good money. Right. I mean, like, I think lavar Jackson's total value was around six million dollars. But if you're the fifteenth pick in the draft, which I believe could be the case for Karla Murray, it might be closer to fifteen million dollars. But in the MLB sick about how long guys have to wait until they get the proverbial second bite at the apple right? I mean, most baseball free. Agency, see are twenty nine thirty years old Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are total outliers at the age of twenty six if because they were such proficient talents. They are able to play their precocious right like eighteen year old guys being called up to the MLB. We'll get commerce twenty one. So he's going to have like six years of service timer seven years of service time before he even gets a chance at a contract if he comes from the NFL, and he balls out and he's good enough to get a contract extension in three years two. Things are true one. It's going to be for a ton of money to it's going to be for more money sooner than navy. He would ever make it as MLB career like hitting that two hundred million dollar plateau on the MLB is not that easy soon enough. And I'm not saying every quarterback. Well, but we'll Patrick Mahomes will do is. He will reset the market soon enough because the salary cap is going up and the price tag of quarterbacks is going up. It's going to be that thirty seven thirty eight forty million dollars a year is the price for quality quarterbacks. But isn't that a big question Mark with Calum Murray, though, like how do we know that he is going to not only live up to the hype of Patrick Mahomes or even lesser any any, you know? Starting quarterback solid starting quarterback that it's gonna make a good contract. Calamari is five foot nine. We're in baseball. We kind of know what we're getting. There's less variables. We know. He's going to be a really good baseball player. It's a little easier to scout. And the athletics who have one of the best baseball scouting department's understanding that. That's the reason why they took him at number nine. Isn't there? A big bigger question. Mark on the football side. There is unquestionably a bigger question. Mark about that unquestionably question Mark on the football side in terms of will collar Murray scratched the top of the surface for him and that just like scratch, scratch the ceiling. I guess if I wanna make up a Frasier, right? So the bird in hand of baseball the night. Overall, pick is incredibly alluring. I'm just saying if color Murray's mindset is hey, I go to the highest level. I hit my ceiling in both sports. I don't know how you can possibly make the case that baseball has better long-term upside. I mean if Machado and Bryce Harper right now can't get the
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"Guilty to a conspiracy charge. Wieland's lawyer says his client is planning on pleading not guilty. The fiance of this Colorado. Mom, Kelsey Berith is being sued by her parents ABC's aerial Russia with the latest parents Kelsey Barrett. Now filing a civil lawsuit against their daughter's fiance. Patrick Frasier just hours after he appeared in court on charges. He killed the Colorado mom this suit accusing him of wrongful death, claiming he acted it's either the perpetrator or excessive to the murder of Kelsey Barrett. Her parents, also. Alleging negligence saying frac- inflicted physical mental and emotional acts of violence upon Kelsey Berith prior to her death. There is last seen November twenty second Thanksgiving Day at a Safeway
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"Into word, that's PG any utility and could be charged with murder if it's proved responsible for triggering the recent deadly wildfires that came in a legal brief from the state attorney general heavier Bezerra Mindy spats, the utility reform network says the companies already on probation after being. Convicted over the deadly gas explosion in San Bruno, Jamie, certainly doesn't seem to have gotten the message last time and their board of directors did very little to clean, the company up Jerry hills. A state lawmaker from the bay area says he thinks fines and court shorted reforms don't go far enough until someone goes to prison for these actions. We're not going to see the change in culture. We're not going to see a change in behavior unless someone actually spent some time behind bars says it continues to work hard to ensure safety of the public and its workforce. Thirties. Still wanna know how a line got loose from a luck enclosure at a wildlife conservatory in North Carolina an employee died workers typically interact with the big cats daily, feedings and maintaining their habitats were all still processing this is not a situation we've ever had before any sort of incident. Like, this is devastating to everyone. And we need to understand it. The conservative center said it is cooperating with the investigation. But that it is never had anything like this happen here. Meanwhile, Alex blacks family is asking for donations in her honor to another animal refuge, wolf park in battleground, Indiana, trying to get the lion under control by tranquilizing it that didn't work. So they killed it. S- Colorado man, suspected of killing the mother of his one-year-old daughter due in court today. Patrick phrases solicited someone's help in carrying out Kelsey barris murder and even hinted at the potential for more arrests. That's an absolute possibility. But I'm not going to. Guests on that at this point in a court filing. Prosecutors say they can't give Frasier a copy of his own arrest warrant because it may jeopardize substantial ongoing investigative efforts and the physical safety witnesses the woman vanished Thanksgiving Day have not said how she died or whether they have found her body. Russia says it's arrested Amar an American who it claims was a spy Russia's domestic security agency says the American was detained in Moscow on Friday. What it calls an espionage operation? No further. Details were given. But the state task news agency identified him as one Paul Whalen. There's been no immediate comment from the US embassy in Moscow. The arrest comes as US Russian ties of suck to post Cold War lows over Ukraine Syria and allegations of Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen US election. Vicki Barker, CBS news. Coming up on the five in Buena park, bad crash. Northbound most of its thought all of its stopped right now at Downey road. Somebody died in a crash will more in traffic at five forty five. It's five forty three critics and audiences are cheering for. It's an incredible ninety three percent fresh on rotten tomatoes.