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Paul George's Missed Free Throws Could Haunt Him and the Clippers
"Right. So let's go back to the The clippers and last night's loss so hard for the sons. And i'm trying not to be too hard on him because i'm sure if you're a clippers fan Both of you are really upset to dan. Upset you and you know. We got to respect what they've done. I'm just not pulling formula win. Paul george and those two free throws if he makes those two free throws the alleyoop to andrei deondraye eight and means nothing. If you'd have made those two three throws then an island would have been like. Do not let him shoot a three here right. Exactly just guard against the three an easy yup or follow. Follow put on the line. Don't let devon booker or wanted s you to suit a three if they were up three with twelve seconds to go now. We actually have paul george talking. After last night's game about missing those two free throws put me position to extend league Always commented at the free throw line. i've always been very successful in question moments at the free. Throw line Tonight successful what can you say opposite of to the greatest of them say but it but in a critical playoff game in the western conference finals is different from a regular season game where you brick too.
Revisiting 'The American Crisis' by Thomas Paine
"On December 1917 76 as the Revolutionary War look lost. The morale of George Washington's army had reached bottom. Thomas Paine wrote the American crisis. Number one. Which opened with this Any of you have memorised this but we're going to go beyond the first paragraph. These are the times that try men's solve the summer soldier and the Sunshine Patriot will in this crisis. Shrink from the service of their country. But he that stands by it now deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny like hell is not easily conquered. We have this consolation with us. At the heart of the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheaply esteemed too lightly. It is Dear Niss, only that gives everything its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods. It would be strange indeed of so celestial and article as freedom. Freedom. Should not be highly rated. And Thomas Paine called for all Americans to join the battle against tyranny. He said. I call not upon a few, but upon off Not on this state or that state but on every state. Up and help us lay your shoulders to the wheel. Better have too much force than too little went so great An object is at stake. Let it be told to the future world. And in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive. At the city and country, alarmed at one common danger came forth to meet and repulse it. Yes, This is the last chapter of American Marxism.
Mark Zuckerberg Funded CTCL, Where out-of-State Representatives Were Getting Involved in 2020 Elections
"You hear this? Zucker Buck's story. What? Zucker Box. You know Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook. Other tech titan like Jeff Bezos, unintentional segue. Apparently, he funded an organization or As people funded an organization called the When I Get this right, the C T. C L The center for Tech and Civic Life. I love how they this name the Center for the Betterment of human beings. The CTC L the city L. C. TCL Zuckerberg Zucker Box. Pump some money into is a fascinating little enterprise here, John Solomon's website. Just the news has a fascinating piece up by Daniel Pain. If you want to read it in my newsletter today at my website, or you can just go to just the news, the headline. Is this. No business doing that. Wisconsin official says Zuckerberg funded groups seized control of the 2020 election. Out if you were to change that headline. You Trump Organization or the Koch brothers. This would be a scandal of galactic proportions like George Clooney outside of the atmosphere in the movie gravity right that it would be an intergalactic level like tha knows Level story. But because it's a story about a noted left this Mark Zuckerberg and his sight fake book and others funding these groups according to this story, Apparently, it's no big deal at all. Here. Here's what the story says. This is a quote from Wisconsin Election official. If this doesn't bake your bagels, nothing ever will. If this doesn't disturb you again, you're probably listening to the wrong show. She says. As we got closer to the November election, we found out that this outside group the C T. C L. Had come into Wisconsin. It was basically trying to redo our forms and documents that we use statewide. Uh Coming in. And these people were from out of the state and had no business doing that. So they were beginning to get involved with things. They didn't have any expertise since she continued. She also said they were working primarily. Oh, here we go with our five major Democratic base
Scotland's Long Road to Independence
"My name's george. Miller and my guest this month is rory scoth on an edinburgh based writer who has an article this month. Addition of the paper entitled is scotland closer to independence. Rory is also co author of the book. Rock wins a treacherous guide to the state of scotland published. Twenty sixteen. And when. I spoke to him recently. I was kid to get his update. On the current state of scotland. The two thousand sixteen brexit referendum in which scotland voted strongly to remain in the eu. And boris johnson's twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Uk general election confirmed growing divide between how scotland and england see their respective futures. The scottish national party secured a fourth successive electoral victory in last month's scottish parliamentary elections but the path to independence is still far from straightforward. So where does the snp go from here in pursuit of that objective. We'll come onto that. But rory's piece begins with a comment margaret thatcher made in the nineteen eighties whereas she offered a vision of modernisation. She asserted her. Opponents wanted to turn the uk inter museum society. Rory rights thatcher underestimated the appeal of museum society labor overestimated last him. To tell me more was one of the key things to understand about. Thatcherism is that this was not a return to the nineteenth century. This walson the state stripping away all the gains of one thousand nine hundred eighty five. There was an element of -absolutely. But really it was something new the power of neoliberalism as i think a lot of people and left know very well. The power of neoliberalism was at a offered. Something new offered a form of progress that a lot of people on the left had thought until then the right could not offer. It offered a vision of the future. That kind of took the left by surprise. I think
Ayton Soars for Last Second Alley-Oop, Suns Beat Clippers
"Deandre Ayton scored on an alley oop pass from Trey Crowder at seven tenths of a second left to lift the sun show one oh four one of three win over the clippers eight and finished with twenty four points and fourteen rebounds Cameron Payne a career high twenty nine in place of Chris Paul Devin Booker twenty points despite a nose injury Paul George who missed two free throws down the stretch let L. A. with twenty six towards Khattar Phoenix
Sen. Debbie Stabenow Doesn't Really Know Why Alexander Hamilton Is Rolling in His Grave
"Over in his No. He's not rolling over in his grave at all. Have you read the Federalist Papers, You idiot. He didn't favour pure democracy either. By the way, he was a white man who opposed slavery. I just want to report that so everybody knows that. Alexander Hamilton is probably rolling over in his grave. Ladies and gentlemen. Because Debbie stabbing out and the boys and the girls and the Democrat Party don't have complete power. I wonder what Alexander Hamilton, who fought hard For a national treasury in the National bank and convince George Washington against Thomas Jefferson. I just wonder. What he think of stabbing now and the boys and the girls and all their spending. And all their money printing. He's rolling over in his grave. All right, because he detests you, Debbie. May I call you, Debbie? Go ahead. The fundamental debate in our constitution was about majority rule. They debated majority Majority rule. Ladies and gentlemen, except when you're in the minority I am totally confused, aren't you, Mr Producer? The majority of this country is wipe. We have a white majority dominant supremacist country. That needs to genuflect and bend over backwards because of their race. That's it. The race And now we have Debbie Stabenow White. I may add. Birthing person I might add. There She is talking about majority rule majority rule While under our system, the majority does not always raw. That's why we have a third branch of government called courts. Under our system. We have a Senate with this moron served. The Senate was created as a
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Fails to Contextualize Reality of Rising Gun Ownership and Lower Gun Crime
"To escape from them. So here's Jen Psaki cut six, saying the crime rate is the crime rises. Gun violence. Check this out. The reason is that there's been actually a rising crime over the last five years, but really the last 18 months and so It's an opportunity for the president to speak to what is going to do to help address that and as we've seen around the country, it is a concern of many Americans, Republicans but also Democrats to not necessarily through a partisan lens, something that president felt was appropriate to speak to and tell the American people what he's doing to help address. 18 months. That's interesting. She uses that that's really fascinating. Jen Psaki blaming it on gun violence. She doesn't mention of course, that gun ownership has gone up dramatically. Gun crime had gone down. But gun violence and gun crime is going up in liberal cities across America. That's fascinating because we had a decrease in violence for years, even though gun ownership went up showing you clearly those variables are correlated in the inverse direction. But they want to push gun control, so they want to blame it on the guns, but what they leave out is let me read to you in New York Times headline She used that 18 months. That's really interesting. She's all crime's been going up for 18 months. Well, what happened about a year ago? New York Times Tim Arango may 25th 2021 a year after George Floyd pressure to add police amid rising crime You think maybe those variables are connected? Folks? I'm just asking the George Floyd incident to subsequent war on police. That happened afterwards. Police get castrated. Crime goes up. You think you think those variables may be correlated? I'm just asking. I'm just throwing that out
Understanding the Two Best-Selling Proponents of Critical Race Theory
"George Lynn Oy, Research professor of Public Policy and Political Science, University of Maryland, Maryland describe CRT through the writings of the two best selling proponents. Robin D'Angelo and Abraham X Candy. CRT begins with the perception that race is the primary way to identify and analyze people and consequently posits a racial hierarchy that supposedly exists with whites on the top and blacks at the bottom. Individual behaviors in significant because everyone in America functions within a society of systemic racism, structural racism and institutional racism. CRT affirms this perspective by pointing to various existing racial disparities, which it claims that the result of racist discrimination. So, according to this perspective, efforts by public and private organizations to enforce civil rights laws and employment, housing contracting education, etcetera. They're either insufficient or pointless. CRT offers two responses to this situation. First, all whites must admit their culpability by confessing the advantages white supremacy confers on them. Failure to do so reflects white fragility. An instinctive defensiveness, the white race said to display after they have been trained about their investment racism. Second, individual whites cannot hide behind any personal history of nondiscrimination. The desirability of race neutral laws or policies because the collective action of their race has been oppressive, and it goes on, folks. This is what the people Who believe in this are saying and writing. And reaching millions of people and reaching a kids in classrooms who have no choice but to listen to this stuff. And for Chuck Todd on Meet the Press and NBC To act like this is manufactured when the evidence is choking like smog. And for this full Cornell Belcher. To try to try and turn it on Republicans and Donald Trump just shows you what a sleazeball this guy is.
Meet the Press' Chuck Todd Is Propaganda Operative for the Left
"I am a constant And relentless critic of Chuck Todd on Meet the Press. The Sunday shows are propaganda operations for the left. And the Democrat Party. They typically have a rhino or some kind of Republican there to offset the host and two or three other guests. But it's obvious where they're coming from. And if you read on freedom of the press, you know that most of these people are Democrats or their family members are Democrats. Such as in the case of Chuck Todd. We've talked about this many times before he was a campaign operative for Tom Harkin and college. I don't know that he never graduated college and then also his wife. Is a very, very highly paid consultant. As we've talked about before, and she was also a consultant Bernie Sanders, among others. So Chuck Todd is a Democrat. Those are his instinct says there's beliefs that's his soul, and that's his mind. George Stephanopoulos is, you know, ran the war room for Bill Clinton. And viciously attacked women. Clinton efficiently attacked when they were there to come forward and criticize him. There's two Sunday shows right there. And they're not alone. There's many, many more Many more. Forget about Republicans. There are no real conservatives who are hosts on any network network inside cable network Sunday show. Checked out is the worst. Because he's the dumbest of the bunch. And is the worst because he's the most Aggressively aggressive. You've heard a passive aggressive He's the most aggressively aggressive. And he embraces every one of these American Marxist movements that have been spawned of the Karl Marx ideology, every one of them.
Former MLB Pitcher David Wells Admits Mo Vaughn Was the Toughest Hitter to Face
"Into so David. Couple more baseball questions. I know. I told you. I want to get to the world sports stuff because it is, you know, politically oriented show. Oh, my God. I don't get the opportunity to do this often. Toughest hitter. You ever face to strike out a guy you were like, This guy is going to put bat on the ball, no matter what. Who was it? Mo Vaughn. That dude, no way. Really. Or he wore me out like no other When I came into the league, you know it was, you know, George brat. You know all those guys like that Gary guy, Eddie was a really, really tough out for me. Um, Minnesota Twins Jr. Who I was just with last week in South Carolina for a golf tournament. And you know, junior he hit he hit me very well. Kenny locked and hit me well, so it was a lobbies left hand of guys and and it was crazy, but move on. Owned me through thick and thin. I think he hit like nine home runs off the career. I couldn't get a guy out. No kidding. I told him. I said, You know what? No, I love you. But there's a base open. I'm gonna hit you. Because I think he played at Seton Hall. I think
Booker Gets First Triple-Double, Suns Beat Clippers 120-114
"Devin Booker had forty points thirteen rebounds and eleven assists for his first career triple double as the sun's earned their seventh consecutive win one twenty one fourteen over the clippers the triple double is a system that's you know my teammates making them pay for you know running in Dublin you know seeing different types of defenses bunker shot fifteen of twenty nine from the field against an LA team playing thirty six hours after advancing deandre Ayton had twenty points and nine rebounds for the sons Paul George pumped in thirty four points for the clippers Suns guard Chris Paul sat out because of covert nineteen health and safety protocols clippers star Kawhi Leonard missed his third straight game because of a sprained right knee game two is Tuesday in Phoenix I'm Dave Ferrie
Iranian Hard-Liner Ebrahim Raisi Wins Presidential Election Vote
"After the election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.
Ibrahim Raisi Wins Election as Iran's President as Nuclear Deal Talks Resume
"The election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.
A Newly Discovered Species of Giant Rhino Is Possibly the Largest Land Mammal Ever to Walk the Earth
"From two gigantic rhinoceros dating back 22 million years have been discovered in China. The study says that the ancient rhinos were much larger than modern rhinos often stood at more than 20 ft. Tall at the shoulder. And weighed more than 20 tons. None of the rhinos had horns on their noses because rhinoceros horns were not adapted until much later, the giant species were larger than mammoths, making them the largest land mammal that ever lived.
Mann Scores Career-High 39, Clippers Eliminate Jazz 131-119
"I'm incredible second half rally by the clippers has then headed to the conference finals for the first time ever beating the jazz one thirty one one nineteen in a series clinching game six with a barrage of three pointers LA came from twenty five points down Terrence Mann brought the clips back to life scoring twenty in the third quarter alone and ending with a career high thirty nine I just had a lot to you and do what I did you do leave me open to shoot open shots out of willow way back in the game Paul George had twenty eight you felt that the monkey off of the clippers back in terms of you know get out of the second round LA made twenty of thirty nine from three point land Utah got thirty nine points from Donovan Mitchell I am Markt Myers
George Packer on Our Divided America
"Packer returns to the podcast with his new book. Last best hope. America in crisis and renewal. He was here of course for his previous book. Our man richard holbrook and the end of the american century and is the author of many books including the national book award winner the unwinding an inner history of the new america. The assassin skate. America and iraq blood of the liberals the waiting and towards. Welcome back to the podcast so good to be with you pamela. So this is an interesting book. A short book for you. You say in the book that you modeled this political pamphlets often written during periods of crisis. Can you talk a little bit about that tradition and why you chose to do that with this particular book. Well i love pamphlets. they're short. They're usually intense and urgent because they're responding to a crisis in a certain moment but if they're well done. They lost their books that you wanna read decades. Later some examples are common sense by thomas paine democratic vistas by walt whitman. Which influenced me in this book. Walter lippmann drift and mastery and george. Orwell's the line in the unicorn written during the blitz in in london in world war two. I was trapped like so many people by the pandemic. I couldn't move around report much. But i had a head full of ideas. I had lots of things going on in my head. And i thought the best way to use this time is to write a short book. While i'm quarantined that tries to figure out what i'm thinking and what i have to say about the moment that were ended so the the pamphlet form seemed like the right one for the circumstances that we were all facing
Slavery at the Rijksmuseum
"Philippa this is not an exhibition. That has sprung up in the wake of the murder of george floyd. How long has it been in the planning. Yes well planning actually started around two thousand seventeen in the beginning of that year. Our main director tara. David's announced through the press that we would be working. The rights museum would be working an exhibition on slavery. And that's the moment everything started to come together so We've brought together. Lots of people who have done research for many years. Said think the end result what you see in our exhibition. Now is the coming together of a lot of years of research. Can you say something about the think tank. That's been set up and because of crucial isn't it that you have sought voices. There's four of you that are actually curated the exhibition but but you've actually gone out and sought broad voices that contribute to the around the show. Oh yes. Collaboration is a crucial to this entire project. And having lots of different types of knowledge come together so in two thousand seventeen the museum new debt. We had to have a diverse team of curator's to be able to do this. So we team of curator's four of us all of us have different professional backgrounds different personal backgrounds so we get to talk things through. We get to put all of our knowledge together. We get to question each other. Which why how you get better. How you grow.
Northwestern Band of Shoshone Sues Idaho Over Hunting Rights
"Tribe in utah. Suing the state of idaho for the right to hunt off reservation. The mountain west news bureaus savannah maher explains twice in the last twenty years citizens of the northwestern band of the shoshoni nation have been cited for illegal hunting on traditional shoshoni territory in idaho in federal lawsuit filed this week. The tribe argued those citizens. Actions weren't illegal at all but that they were exercising their treaty rights to hunt on the quote unoccupied lands of the united states. That language comes from the eighteen. Sixty eight four birger treaty. George governor is the northwestern bands executive director. He says the tribe is suing to be acknowledged as a on that treaty because tenant of that treaty. And that i've signed it. In good faith. The united states of america the eastern shawnee and shoshoni bannock tribes are already acknowledged as signatories. The suit comes two years after the. Us supreme court upheld crow tribal citizens off reservation hunting rights which are derived from identical treaty language but the state of wyoming is still fighting to block kortrijk hunters from exercising that right for national native news. I'm savannah
"george p" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"This is Josh Barrow. You're about to hear my conversation with Christine Emba and rich lowry about the death of George Floyd. We recorded this conversation Friday morning before former. Minneapolis police officer Derek. Shelvin the officers shown in the video killing floyd was arrested and charged with murder and manslaughter. This conversation has been lightly edited. Reflect that news but some references may be outdated. Here's the show this Josh Barrow and welcome to left right and center. You're civilized yet. Provocative antidote to the self contained opinion bubbles dominate political debate. It is the fourth week of May and this week George. Floyd died at the hands of Minneapolis. Police officer in the world saw the incident on video officer. Derek shelvin knelt on Floyd's neck for at least seven minutes during the process of arresting him disregarding his please that he could not breathe floyd's killing drew swift local and global outrage in the city quickly. Fired the four responding officers involved in. Floyd's arrest and death but the city has erupted in protests protests. That of sometimes give way to riots and looting in part due to dissatisfaction with local prosecutors statements that they were still evaluating whether to charge the officers with any crimes Minneapolis. Police even abandoned one of their precinct. Buildings rioters littered on fire. They also briefly arrested a CNN crew. That was reporting on the disorder early Friday morning on Friday afternoon the Hennepin County Attorney who oversees Minneapolis announced. That former officer shaven had been arrested and charged with manslaughter and third degree murder and that they might bring further charges later this week there have also been protests around the country responding. Not just to Floyd's death. But other recent deaths of African Americans under circumstances that reflect the racial inequity of our system of law enforcement notably. Brianna Taylor was shot. Dead in a no knock raid on her home. In Louisville in March and Ahmad Armory was pursued and killed in February by three White Vigilantes. Who said they believed him to be responsible for a burglary in southern Georgia. Armories killers weren't charged until the case drew statewide and national attention to talk about all of that. Let's bring our left right center panel as always. I'm your center. I'm joined by rich lowry. Editor of National Review on the right on the left Christine Emba columnist at the Washington. Post Hello Josh Hi Josh. Christine one thing that sets these events in Minneapolis. Apart from me is I've seen no apparent attempt by the police unions or read public officials to defend the officers actions here but it seems to me that people are for good reason. Skeptical that there will be justice in this case that there will be changes going forward in. Minneapolis and around the country. Yeah I think that's exactly right josh. Actually one of the things that has been interesting to watch in this particular case And a very faint glimmer of hope. Perhaps is the quickness with which Not just government officials but even police chief said beliefs leaders from across the country. leapt to swiftly condemn. What happened in this case that there is video what they saw. I think that a lot of this actually can be attributed to the focus drawn to these events by black lives matter over the past several years In the past you would have in the past even two years ago. I would say you would have seen a police chiefs Closing line government officials standing back and saying that they're you know was not space time to judge what happened. They didn't have enough information now. Perhaps due to pressure from activists due to increase notice being called to the events due to the number videos that are circulating now You are seeing how obvious these events are and people do feel pushed at Brest to actually make statements Alluding to truth that. Said statements are just statements. You know police chiefs government officials can tweet their thoughts and prayers as much as they like But the videos keep coming. We keep seeing this happen And I'm not sure what it's going to take to go from. Wow I'm sorry to actually making the change rich. I think you know the to where the disagreement is in public discourse here and I think you've seen conservatives increasingly seeing you know these incidents says you know as as as a broad problem. The question is how structural the problem is whether these are you know individual incidents where police do things that should be condemned. I could presumably should be prosecuted Or whether they whether people on the right are starting to buy into some of these critiques. You're seeing from the left about this. Being a structural problem about race and policing in America. And if so what what? There is for policymakers to do about that well first of all it. It looks as though there's no excuse for the way. The police conducted this arrest Usually there is. You know it's just a snippet of video you're missing or not I shouldn't say usually but sometimes But this looks pretty clear but Opponent aspect on that we should just let the process played self out the FBI is investigating. let's see what they find an when every fact is is uncovered but it. It looks terrible I am I do not buy into the idea that they're systematic Police racism if you look at police shootings Comprehensively they breakdown pretty clearly by race according to violent crime rates and the the interactions that police have with various suspects of various races so When there's an injustice like seems to occur in Minneapolis by all means throw the book at at the cops but I think the notion that we live in some sort of racist police state is is a lie Christy. Now I WANNA take the two parts of riches answer there. I WanNa talk first about the sort of letting the process play out Which you know I I certainly understand why it would be difficult In a lot of cases for a district attorney to you know come out with charges immediately even in a case where things look obvious. There's you know there are processes that have to be gone through But it seems to me. That's an easier argument to make in a place where people have a high level of trust in government Where they believe that the government will get around to justice. And so you can say to people wait for the process to play itself out. I think that there are good reasons. Why a lot of people in Minneapolis and around the country a lot of African Americans especially do not have that level of trust. And that's that's a problem for you know the the system needs to be adjusted in such a way that people can have that level of trust so those things can work themselves out right exactly and I think actually you probably right in saying a usually because at this point as I think. Iran did just Perhaps two or three weeks ago. This is unusual event Basically there's one of these cases often with video once a week if not more And yes I think you're exactly right. Josh in saying that waiting for the process to play out is not particularly appealing to those who are waiting to see justice because first of all waiting for the process to play out By nature notes that well this is just gonNa take some time..
"george p" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
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"george p" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
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"george p" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"States and analysts number thirty thirty kill me so it's my privilege to catch up with George P. bush you know he's he's been working hard pushing his his political career forward but also making an impact he served in the military son of Jeb bush remember giving that famous speech when he was just a little kid for bush forty one that is his grandfather who passed away over the last year Sir George P. bush sat down and spoke to me about the need to restore the Alamo better yet this sensitive way to do it Georgie became land commissioner did you have any idea what I have what the passion for the Alamo to the people of Texas and the need to end the the thirst to restore it I I did and the reason is that it's really at the center piece of what being a Texan is all about this is say and bloody war bloody battle within a bloody war that was fought for that for the simple idea of freedom and liberty against a tyrannical government and so when you look at the children the grandchildren when I meet constituents I've been here for many generations including six generations since the battle they tell me the same thing that we've got to do a better job to restore and preserve it make sure it's around for another three hundred years at a time in which we seem to be running from our history the people of Texas Hussein save our history that's absolutely right you know the Alamo was falling apart when I showed up to office in twenty fifteen an archaeological studied basically stated that the state did not intervene that it would fall apart so I asked for an immediate appropriation from the state legislature to get that done and we were successful in doing that we have a lot of work ahead of us in terms of maintaining the original church in long Burke which you'll see on the grounds to this day but also restoring a sense of difference in reference to the original revolutionaries not to mention building museum and visitor center for the millions of visitors that come over here and it is and I cannot believe it every time I've been there how credit is how many millions continue to go and how hot it also and people go and they go to church and they think they're at the Alamo Alex is just a small portion that's absolutely correct so two of the original eight buildings are what remains from the original compound in addition modern development has incurred upon the original foot print not to mention that you have eighteen wheelers and commercial traffic that travels over where that original battle took place and so whether you're Texan warn Americans that cares about your country you know that you have to do a better job to create a sense of difference a little bit of solace similar to what we see at independence hall similar to what we see Gettysburg and other famous battlefield in our great country that we got to do a better job so you come in in twenty fifteen and you say okay here's this design and let's just go do it and then what happens so we were able to get funding findings import nothing is for free and the state of Texas stepped in along with the city of San Antonio the city actually owns quite a bit of real estate in the plaza were the original footprint is and we structured a a great relationship a partnership with the city and now we structured a board composed to San Antonians to go out and raise private money we didn't want public taxpayers to fund the entirety of this and we're now in the process of selecting a museum designer that will will design an idea that will showcase the full context of it another primary sources such as what we're about to show you that will allow for future scholars and students to better understand what happened at the battle hi George P. bush band he's on the fast track in years a secret his dad email me after seeing the special on television and said thanks so much believe me I'm gonna stay tight with them because he's gonna make it back in Texas and he'll be on the national scene soon as the George P. bush legacy continues reservations comic bad Stephen Moore Douglas Brinkley Stanley McChrystal everybody to put this together it's Sam Houston the Alamo Avengers the Texas victory the change American history.
"george p" Discussed on RunPod
"Tally is the next size as well. Georgia's running different places and it. It's the motivation and comes from your environment. And and what you're looking at and it's it's an incredible the thing we we trying to pass this on. We like you know by the say or reruns migrant through London. We've been down here and it's just it's great because because it just totally distract you from day to day life and trust stresses like kids off at school or anything like that. It's forgotten when you put your trainers on you get Out there it's You know for that time. That's the only thing that matters to you really. And that's we've seen that with George. We're seeing how happy it makes him and we just wanted to push that to two for the kids and the parents to say well you know. He doesn't need to be an athlete. You know he started at a mile and it doesn't need to be mile you know you can build bill to whatever But we just wanted to to show that the benefits that we felt as a family from running and the the benefits. We've seen personally for George. The awards which obviously are are such a huge huge huge token point nine as well. I mean it starts as prey to Britain amazing. I was that when you you find us on that. That was the best awards of war is so incredible. Couldn't believe it and you you were eleven at the time when you went. Yeah and for eleven year old boy is like a dream. Use is incredible but it was Aaron as well because it was aren't for fundraising year wasn't it was so we got the call to say he'd worn but we allowed to tell him so they had to stage a whole event for him. We had come down to London to George. Simon I'm in cal- lookalike competition. So he had four. Simon Cowe look like George James Ashley Banjo with the judges and We knew what was happening but even even even when it happened often the fifth Simon Carl look-alike Simon Cal and he came in and say the boy's face I mean they just didn't get they thought he was just a really good impersonation and then and finally took his glasses off and said that one and It was a nice where the madness really started. I think has literally been like a complete crazy. rollercoaster ride ever since cents because one award seems to lead to to another oracle and keep going. Tell me the next door that have come a long list. Fula alone together about ten won't even Even live young personality. How INS A hometown northwest from days with the year. Yeah and award and the Roman gods inspiration and running as long as Mike. Bushel up to that and What else did it was Then the points alight award from the Prime Minister independence happiest on And then the Diana award in July so the likely and then the legacy will okay so we have. We have a whole ton of amazing awards But also we have ones are to do with the Diana's legacy on the Diana award not one in the summer didn't tell me how that happened. Georgia school nominated for that And the the Diana would think four hundred people you get given the Diana award around the world. But and every two years The judges mates and the judges headed by Ronson and Holly Branson and and And various other people and they pick the twenty people round the world that they think has made the greatest impact for social change and George was was it was one of those God in the world and so you're at the palace hoping with royalty who was there it was Prince William. Did you chat some about running. Come into a mile with No He's talked out there. Yeah we mentioned it. Probably burn twenty forty seventeen years. He was really nice. Talking about Anglesey Because we have a Caravan Anglesey show. We're talking about low. Yeah great presumably. You would never Have thought there'd be a day where you'd be at the palace collecting an award ultimately for doing some running that she has led to fundraise. I mean a lot of fundraising. It's incredible double what you've achieved. You must be really proud as well yes. I don't like to tell him too. Often books Yeah we we are and even like last night are incredible when you get people coming up to tell you that too. He's an inspiration to them and things like that. That's the thing that we really want to build on with us is is is that it's peration that if we can inspire other people to to get out and get active and whether it's ruining whether it's doing so we won't you know kids active really if George can help to inspire that then Then jumped on furrows Ruby. Oh my God I mean it must have been quite an emotional night though. Yeah I think the pollen count was pretty high in the awesome. It was It was something in my eye What an amazing thing and was presumably one of the youngest people to win this? Yeah Oh actually There's there's another person who is twelve shots. Can Youngest only twenty of this award. So it's it's really a incredible and what what does the what will the Diana like a C do for you from moving forward. It helps me carry on what I'm doing 'cause I know that I'm doing well and the other around definitely. Yeah we're GONNA help whatever you want to achieve. Yeah well it's amazing. What started as a sponsored job has essentially snowballed into something? That's you know kind of like a massive movement now and I mean your goal. Initially in writing saying was seventy five. Miles is going on Yeah well I'm really impressed with what you've done I know the We have this big campaign for the prince's trust awards if you if you're listening this thing though and you think that you'd like to maybe get your kids involved get your kid's school involved than and you can go to the website which is is it. ROOM ADJOINS DOT COM. And then that's basically where you can find eludes information and you still got a few months to do something and to get involved. It's never got an excuse to get of animals so you know coming into winter you need to stay warm and what was better than going for a run. Kyushu Nice Wall. How does running mate? You feel I it makes my knees failed. It's got carried away. The weekend was running around London so So my knees crying moment and but for me. It's it's a family thing. It's it's kind of ingrained in all of us and we managed to pass that down to the next next generation and James over here just a He gets out and runs. Now don't you. I love the whole family running late running with your mom. You Dad Andrzej brother George It's great so how will we get outs in get fennell fee it's It's a great hobby. Yeah is a lovely way to spend family time together as the best runner up. Yeah well I was going to say we do it relief today. Today is obvious that she would be. I think I'm listen. Thank you so so much for going again. Congratulations on your amazing award at. Where's IT GONNA go The the rest figure whereas cabinet or is in your bedroom we have on the table news. Evey good place for at George rate shared shared sued James. Thank you so much for coming in. Congratulations on this. Keep up the good running and If you please if you want to get involved just go to Rome with George Coleman and just kind of have dilute the information there or you can just read up and see what you can do to contribute to these insane number of miles that George has agreed to run and by by spring next year. And by doing. So you'RE GONNA be. You're going to be helping the prince's trust and also you could maybe this is just inspired you to fundraising and some running of your own. Maybe your little ones Wants to do something and maybe running a mile would be an enormous challenge. Will maybe that should be something. You have a goal to do in the coming months. There are loads of opportunities. I can see Georgia's turned running one mile into something quite amazing honestly such inspiration. Thank you do you ever have time for homework. You use running as an excuse of data doing all right happy running.
"george p" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Home. So again, we we try to emphasize no more than an hour of screen time total throughout the day. So after we usually have an early dinner like five thirty, and then we'll start transitioning to some sort of board game or they're into Legos, which is great and kind of emphasizes engineering, skills, and creativity. Then we'll start of moving toward kind of bath time which in and of itself can be difficult with two boys. But we try to contain the chaos after that we make sure to brush air brush teeth. I had him alone last night. So this actually fresh in my mind. Then we get him get him into their PJ's and start breaking out the books usually go for since I had them both alone two books each. So we we call it family book reading time and then solo book reading time. So last night we did both. We had two bucks each pick one out of kind of kids library that we have. And then I'll put Jack to bed say a prayer or CENA song together before we put him down. And then move over to p. And then we read him one book of his choice. Rita song or say a prayer. And then hopefully, they close your eyes and go to bed. Sometimes, you know, as any parent knows when you close that door and tell them good night. And I love you that you hope that they get a a good wholesome night of sleep. It doesn't always turn out to be the case. But more often than not it does. And that's usually good night. Yeah. I got four kids myself joy. And sometimes when I shut the lights out it's like a dorm room down there. So. But I love the fact that you mentioned prayer their faith faith-based person, myself prayer is a very important part of my family life. And I think that's right up there with the fatherless issue is the fact that God has been removed from our schools and just from so much of society in general, I think those two issues really create some devastating effects in our community. But all right. What's next for you? Can we expect the George p Bush on that big political ticket somewhere down the line here? What kind of goals or plans they have coming up? Well, if there's one thing I've learned that as a Bush politics is really about timing, and I create a little bit of controversy here in Texas by saying that, you know, about my wife that I'm married to you. I'm not married to this. And in a really wanna put my principles I and so if there isn't an opportunity to serve in another role, whether it's here in Austin or Washington DC, I'm more than happy to have more time at home with my voice, as I mentioned, they're only five and three and we saw the way to go before they graduate..
"george p" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"Our world is full of the unexplainable. And if history is in open book, all of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome. The cabinet of curiosities. Friends come to us in unexpected ways. Their timing can seem strange, but oddly appropriate as they we've themselves so deeply into our lives that we couldn't imagine life without them friends can illuminate the best in us or amplify the worst in us. And sometimes we don't know what kind of friend. They are until it's too late. But no matter what a good friend is there when we need them. The most George p Birdal was that kind of friend. When Ed Smith met George Berdahl in nineteen twenty seven that to hit it off immediately. Both men attended Georgia Tech university that claims among its alumni former president Jimmy Carter and golf legend Bobby Jones, George and Ed took all of the same classes and often completed assignments together they even took the copying each other's homework on more than one occasion changing the answers just enough to make look like they done the work individually. The two men were inseparable, but eventually George started to gain notoriety around the campus. He played varsity football from nineteen twenty eight to nineteen thirty and upon reaching his senior year, he was offered membership into the A N A K society a secret Honor Society founded in nineteen oh eight Ed, however, continued his education as intended and in nineteen thirty he and George earn their bachelor's degrees in engineering. George continued on and received his master's degree. But as the conflict overseas continued to grow he saw an opportunity to put his education and his medal to the test after leaving school. He enlisted in war to and join the crew of a b seventeen bomber flying dozen missions with England's eighth air force. Once the war was over George met and fell in love with a young woman by the name of Ramona Cartwright's who had attended Agnes Scott college only, twenty minutes away from his alma mater. Their engagement was announced in nineteen fifty eight in the Atlanta Journal constitution newspaper and fifty years later, the public radio program a prairie home companion celebrated their anniversary live on the air. George pursued his dreams even after he'd settled down. He joined mad magazine as a member of its board of directors in nineteen sixty nine and maintained his position there until nineteen eighty one in two thousand one time magazine nearly chose him to be their person of the year. Although he lost a Rudy Giuliani following the attacks of September eleventh. However, despite these amazing achievements, George never forgot, his home and his home. Never forgot him. Georgia Tech is so proud of its accomplished alumnus it even named a store in the campus student center bells, and yet no one has ever seen George Pibor down. There are no photos. No videos, nor any I witness testimony as to his identity or whereabouts in two thousand fifteen President Barack Obama gave a speech at Georgia Tech. And joked that Mr. Berdahl was supposed to introduce him. But he was nowhere to be found. The student. Laughed of course. But not because they knew where he was rather. They knew that he was never going to come George p del accomplished Georgia Tech alum World War Two veteran and former mad magazine board member never existed. He was the creation of Ed Smith back in nineteen twenty seven after Ed had received to enrollment forms to the university by mistake. He was going to enroll his high school principal as a joke. But at the last minute decided to change the last name to burgle is best friend's mother's maiden name. The prank took off in ways that even surprised Ed. His friends all participated doing Georges assignments and changing the answers just enough to keep teachers from looking too closely. George Berdahl was listed in the official. Register as graduate of Georgia Tech. And as his classmates started getting drafted into the second World War. They took their fake friend with them. They added his name to the roster on numerous fronts until fellow Georgia Tech alums noticed his. Name and had him removed, and even after he had officially graduated brush Mun the school continued to enroll him for classes every year to the point where it became sort of a tradition. Georgia's name has appeared in the liner notes of rock albums in the signature line of a check from Kraft Foods and even on credit cards. George had become the biggest celebrity almost nobody ever heard of. Berle's legacy is lasted almost a century. And there's no reason why it wouldn't last another hundred years beyond after all George eventually had a son George p Berdahl junior. He can be found teaching several classes at Georgia Tech. Of course. John
"george p" Discussed on In The Limelight
"I do wonder how this is all gonna play out because if Samantha is on celebrity big brother, I seem the UK press is going to be obviously spinning out everything. And she says, even ten generally related to MAG into a little bit of a new cycle. Nightmare because this isn't even dancing with the stars where you're dancing. This is just their cameras, twenty four, seven in every single room of the house. I just I don't know. You think it would work if Megan just I can't tell if they would be stopped if they just got a little bit of attention for Meghan. Like if Megan called up Samantha and said, hey girl, you know, like, listen, we haven't talked decade. I don't know what your deal is like, I'll go get one dinner with you. I don't want Meghan even have to do that. But like I don't know that what they want. I don't even stop them though. Well, is this a good time to bring that other? Yes, this is a great time to bring up this other tip that we got. So you guys are really applying some great behind the scenes. Right? I just have a hard time because it seems as though Samantha has been charging everyone for interview. So I feel like even if Megan did give her dinner, she would have really hard time. So we. Oh yeah. So we got an Email which I immediately sent to. Julie said a Hello, Josh. We are expecting to conducted interview today. With begging Markle sister. Samantha until she asked for one thousand five hundred dollars as a fee for interviewing her with additional demands attached is a screen shot of the conversation. I thought your audience might appreciate it. You guys are audience. Can let us know this is a producer for the Dominic nutty show which is on iheartradio. Then I tend to Julie, the screen shot is pretty. I mean, definitely not like a forensic analyst here, but like it looks real. It looks as if the show is reaching out saying, Hello, Samantha jovial ability this week for phone interview. What day in time is best for you? Samantha writes back tomorrow could work time pay, and which is how I'm going to respond to all emails to. Any request I back tomorrow could work time pay the show guy writes back the next day, how much do you typically charge for an interview? And this is where Samantha just lays it all out there. I would do it for you for fifteen hundred. My minimum is much higher, but I would only do it if I'm not being set up by shock jock, who wants to be rude and slammed the phone down because I worked in radio. I am good with comebacks so I don't want to embarrass the host if it's a straightforward interview. That's cool. So. Can you read that one more time. I would do it for fifteen hundred. My minimum is much higher which pause, why is she doing it for so much less than her minimum show car salesman like he's going to cut this person deal. Yeah, but like I don't even have sand though because it's not like she's acting like I mean, Dominic ninety m shares of great show is on her radio, but like this is kind of interesting to me. Why is she immediately taking her price down? They haven't said anything. Yeah, we can only pay this amount. So it's interesting to me that from the gecko, she is bringing her price of way lower than the minimum, but I would only do it. Got so good only do it if I'm not being set up by shock jock, who wants to be rude and slammed the phone down because I worked in radio, I'm good with comebacks so I don't want to embarrass the host if it is straightforward. That's cool. I mean, I'm good with comebacks. I don't want to embarrass the host Amin. This is sensitive leave, maybe ten minute phone interview of fifteen minute phone interview. This isn't like a sixty minutes in person. So I don't really know what I mean. I was about to say, come on the show to discuss that. We don't have the fifteen hundred. So. I think we could weather Samantha. If she's like ready to take down any shock, we would probably leave that interview since here's broken and pennyless. Kickstarter to get the fifteen hundred and then lose all our savings..
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"Listen. She's a very elegant woman, and Megan turns are for everything. Did Weaver mention. We got a great. Ten, I'll share this from friend of the pod Ellen, Charles. She sent Julia a message cited Doria Ragland at a movie theater in west LA. I was seeing three identical strangers, and I think she was too, which I haven't seen yet. Have you Julie. She was with a gal pal house was I and my jaw dropped. When I saw after obsessively thinking about her daughter, vis-a-vis Harry for what feels like decades now Doria seeing completely at ease, and I don't think anyone else recognized her. She stayed chatting with her friend for a good while and I had to position my back toward her to avoid totally staring. We would be the exact same on. She she was. She looked very down to earth and poise and lovely in a way that felt way more natural unless actress than Meghan. This isn't amazing commentary. I lot of Botts feelings about it, including that it seems surreal. The Doria could be near the center of this global phenomenon one second back to normal life. The next there was no security that I noticed. She seems grounded as Thomas Markle seems deranged maybe Meghan is really the halfway point between the two anyway, I and then the rest is just other things eight plus report. That is a great report. I love that she looked out for security, and I also think it's interesting that Doria just kind of chill. Of course you can't. I guess just like, yeah, back to going to movies and hanging out like hanging out with Oprah one day, you know, go into whatever you know multiplex the next, which when one is this Oprah interview. Come out. I hope it comes out soon. Well, one of my ideas that maybe that can help with all this situation because Meghan can't comment. And I know also said in their thing, she doesn't ever publicist. You can't make comments on Twitter. She can't do anything but like maybe Doria on Oprah's kind of a way that Megan can address some of what's going on with the family without doing herself. So also big news from this past week related to the Markle's was that Samantha has said she is going to be on celebrity, big brother. In the UK. The filming begins August seventeenth sheet said the purpose of the show would not be to discuss Meghan, which I do not believe for second. She has kind of admitted I her and Thomas are both now turning this weird corner where they're like, admitting what they're doing. Kind of it's sort of weird like Thomas and he's not going to stop. And then this is a quote Samantha gave I've worked in media most of my life in broadcasting. So because my sister. Suddenly Royal as grounds for me to stop doing all of that. Let's face it. We all have to survive. Money makes the world go round. So if you wanna call that cashing in, that's fine. But no one in media would refuse a paycheck for talking about the royals. Also love she's making Katie Couric or something. Before this all started, I've worked in medium alive. Yeah, as if like she's been this public facing person. Like of course, she's not going to stop now like, no, I guess it's kind of weird to me. They're both just kind of being very unabashed about how they're just not gonna stop..
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"And then last night I know Lena Dunham went and someone else. I think there may be last night, but yeah, no. My night. I didn't see. Didn't get stone, but you did get me which I think is an equal trade so. But yeah, it was quite the. It was a back to back kind of the Hamptons with Gwyneth and then the MetLife with Taylor. It was, I can't. I can't complain. You took the best photo together. Just the smiles. Everything was on point about what you wear. I wouldn't say that's usual, bright Julie. I kind of like a Hawaiian shirt look that I'm wearing. It was great. It was like very summary fund. Perfect for the environment that Kate Hawn third, Josh, I guess they have a professional photographer back. There takes the photos, so that's another. Yes. So when you get your when you go up to kind of say hi, Nick chatting, and then they ask, if you wanna photo and then this woman takes your photo, then you got it son to jot down. Another idea for when we go on tour on our big arena tour. Oh, yeah. So kind of less serene news. We have to, I guess, the, they make it tough to not talk about them. We have to the Markle's Julie. This was not a great week for Magon terms of her extended family or not even extended her immediate family. So, uh, weekly ran a big report about sort of everything related to make life. And they also weekly usually is a trusted source in the sense that this isn't like, you know, at all star in touch, or you know, even the Daily Mail to be a little fanciful. But usually if us running a big story, it's like there's some foundation of legitimacy here. So that said they said, Meghan. So upset over Thomas. She's upset for a couple of reasons. She doesn't even know how to communicate with her dad without knowing he won't exploit her. Remember last week, Thomas gave his business big interview. So they say she lives in fear that a leak, their communication. If you spoke in this much already, why wouldn't he leak their conversation? They said that she cares about her dab just cannot trust him. She would like to speak to him, but there was just no trust and it doesn't seem like it could have rebuilt. The damage is done after we recorded our episode last week, Tom didn't another interview in which he said that he's essentially going. Keep on talking until he hears from Magon. And I guess that idea here is that she just doesn't really know what to do because I didn't make sense. She's worried that if you talk to him what, what's stopping him from going right to the press right. She already he already shared. Every detail conversation with Piers Morgan thinks he absolutely shouldn't have said about Harry and Harry's political views, and I love the kind of undertone of the attitude of the source that us weekly had. I, he faked this weird heart attack fritzy hasn't criti- hasn't admitted with fake a. Now. He's doing all these interviews. She has no other choice, but to ignore him. I know he was pictured on his birthday. I think Saturday going to McDonald's, I know. So I think I would imagine, and I don't know what you how you if agree or not. I think maybe the palace must be trying to put together some course of action or I mean, I just feel like it. I thought of them that they can't just let this keep going. If he's really saying outwardly, I'm not gonna stop and threatened to fly to London to track her down, which who knows if he'd actually do. I wonder if the palaces trying to kind of come up with some sort of game plan now because I feel like they probably don't wanna have to do that, but it seems like. They kind of have to. They have to. They need to hire some like specialty consultant to figure out how to deal with this one shining light is that apparently mega Bob is sitting credible. She's encouraging Meghan to ignore any negative press and focus on her new life. She's a total bedrock always takes the high road, like must be hard..
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"Julia was kind of centered around a giant pillar that was like two Nate kids like interwoven because he's all about sedates album cycle, goodness in for those of you who don't know, Josh roads, Taylor's cover story for Vanity, Fair. Everyone should go back and read it. It's really incredible, but they've kind of stayed we've or or stay in touch. But the reputation room was interesting. There was also probably six or seven movie posters for my conic. Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton movies. Because she has a line on this album about, I think Cowher the guy in the song is the is the burden to her Taylor. So really leaning into the Liz Taylor Richard Burton narrative, which I thought you would appreciate Julie. And then there's like a little snack set up and drinks her mom was there backstage sort of like a mix of reporter, type people like industry people, and then other people maybe who've won meet-and-greet type setup. So whatever might be, but she looked amazing. She was kind of his running like black shorts and kind of a white sweatshirt top. She seems to relaxed like, I don't know, just I can't even imagine how I'd feel if you're about to perform like a stadium for sixty thousand people in the reporting rain. But she was so sweet to everyone. She I had my one of my best friends from college with me, got to meet her. And then she, we were talking about, like if she was hush, she felt about the rain and she said she loves a rain show. She thinks it Br. Aches breaks down the fourth wall kind of gives like, I forget exactly how she put it, but just like she really enjoys it. Kind of a special experience for everybody that kind of is like, takes almost takes the show into a whole different, like psychological atmosphere. And it was kind of true because I feel like I had never been anything like that where you're just like she was in these dresses and costumes and all the pyrotechnics and the show, and like it's raining hard the whole time. Like I didn't even know if it was going to be like technologically possible for to do the whole show. And at one point she kind of I was nervous the powered gone out. So she kind of said, wait, can you guys still hear me? Can you hear my guitar? Because she was strumming and she didn't know if even the sound was getting picked up, but everyone was there could be no look to completely sold out, and everyone was just wearing. You can bring umbrella's n I'd bought two umbrellas and they confiscated from them for me at the door. So when we all came in, it was like we had to get ponchos. And so we were just kinda standing there. I know lost you umbrellas in by way, but more than made up for it by saying the show, but it was kind of chaos, especially when we were all leaving and it's just pouring rain. Everyone's trying to find Uber's in the train, but she is. I can't really get over though that like she performed for two hours in the pouring rain. This high intensity show great, especially after I didn't realize those meet-and-greet take place before deal like to talk to people and press before performing. I know I know. So to me, it's kind of crazy, but she, she really does, but only gonna mazing show and she did to sixty ads and some special songs every night like aren't on every show. And she brought in a fearless in clean which both have rain references in the lyrics. So very much like the rain show. That's amazing there any celebrities, the concert there were not my night the fried, so she did three shows. I think she's the first per first female to ever do three straight nights at MetLife stadium in she the first night, Emma stone was in attendance as was Jichi, Hadeed and Jack antonoff, and you can find some good fan videos of g g and ama- talking. And then they kind of all run off after she's playing her finale, but apparently gee-gee and Emma were really enjoying, this is why you can't have nice things her the last song of her sad, which I can't really imagine. I don't really know if I would imagine g. m. like hanging out ever, but I guess it's one of those things maybe where you both have a mutual friend in common and you end up spending time with them like when you're about to read or something, you know..
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"Yeah, I felt if okay about my outfit, it sounds like you dress perfectly for the occasion if you haven't, we have. Share this photo, Josh shared also of the lighting over the table. I've never seen lighting like this Goto little, you know, like one joke, it's something where you kind of repeated if you times I kept saying like I need like thought up stolen verbatim for my wedding because it just felt like a such a beautiful, lush, like wedding backdrop with kind of the the band playing their these amazing hanging candle or land hanging lights, lantern style from the top of the table set up. It was pretty great. Maybe this is like the dry run for the wedding. I know out some ideas. Well, so then John, George, this, extremely, you know, a hugely famous chef was there himself and they thought up a kind of station for him in the back and then sort of on the property when he was ready with a chorus. Kind of just like lineup of beautiful waiters would come, bring you your meal. So like to get John doors to come do this didn't just popping up. Out of the in the bat in from the backyard was like kind of insane. Also Gwyneth gave the little toasted the beginning where she kind of celebrated summer, which was sweet and like thanking her team for putting the all together for her. It was kind of like a fun thought that at the table. And I feel like she just to have a fun dinner with her pals at another interesting detail that Blyth Danner, which I kind of love owns the adjacent property. It's really cute. They can just pop off into the others. You know, house, I guess, like I, I don't know where the connection point is, I guess in the backyard's Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds living side-by-side. That's very sweet. Yes, it was a fun. It was a great great time without by all. Are you changed person? I did feel a little bit of just trying to take it all in. You know that Guana thought was. So it was. I think I I'm changed in the sense that it was kind of crazy to be there in just quote, unquote, casual, low key, intimate dinner. But you know, it was, it was fun. She's bent her when we were at the group thing. She's very low key and down to earth. I just love your paths crossing intersecting at any point. So yeah, and it was fun meeting all the kind of like a bunch of goop employees were there all hanging out, very chill vibe to it. She served for dessert a fruit tart. I think it was good. It was very healthy as you would expect like the appetizers was like a HAMAs with vegetables. The entree was like Sam and everything was delicious and great, but it wasn't like you were getting, you know, a Clair's for desert. If you know what I mean, there was a good there was a caviar appetizer sort of with an egg toes. That was really good. No, they didn't. It was certainly like, I don't know if felt like a surreal, sort of like portal into a Hamptons nirvana or something. The only thing that would've made about Julie had been seated on the. Other side of me that Molly we can keep Molly SIMS, but. Next time next time I'll be there. And so what about Taylor swift? Then you add another another high point to your. I went to this concert on Saturday night, which was crazy because it was pouring rain the entire concert, pretty much, and I got to talk to Taylor before the show. I went back to the reputation room, which is sort of what you call her meet and greet area..
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"I would say for one of these sort of events, it was a goop Cartier event. So it was billed as sort of an intimate dinner Guana house in celebration of these two new collections that Cartier was releasing saying cardiac in a very. Fred formal way that does not? Probably not exactly. You're supposed to say it, but it was kind of, I mean, the most exciting part for me. Obviously it was getting to have an intimate dinner Guana Paltrow's house. So I walked in and you kind of went through the central part of the house, sort of to the back and the back is this sprawling field that's beautifully manicured with those luscious grass you've ever seen and just kind of goes back and back sort of to the of your line. And then you can kind of see a kind of structure house towards the back which I was told was the yoga studio. The quantity has had a wreck on the property. So when she wants to do her yoga class, she just kind of walks out into our backyard and hits the studio. And then there's a big player and there's kind of a pool house sort of structure, and there's kind of benches sort of swings that thing where you can kind of set. And cardiac had a huge kiosk with all these different jewel and rings and diamonds, and bracelets you could try on and there was like a panther one because it was the panther collection so that everyone is trying on these jewellery items. I didn't have the guts, try one on though. I feel like if had been there, I might have been encouraged to and also Rachel's bell was nearby and I don't know. I just felt kind of awkward trying on a piece of jewelry and then like asking a stranger to take a photo but but it was kind of there was a cocktail hour where they had this luminaires style folksy band playing music, and then they're wearing these kind of like a theory, oh robes. And you know, the guy had a huge black beard and they were great. And then there was sort of a mix of people. I would say it was about thirty about thirty people at dinner, and it was included Jessica Seinfeld. Jerry's wife and Rachel, Zoe as previously mentioned with her husband, Roger and Leslie Manjoo appetizer. Life and Leslie Mann, and Jessica Seinfeld? Definitely like BFF's. Like I, I don't know if there have long been best friends or what, but they were kind of like together most of the night and coming up to like Wisber with Gwyneth and Rachel Zoe was kind of talking to them, but also talking to her husband. Molly SIMS was there. She was seated next to me at the dinner. And if I can't sit next to you, I feel better knowing the Molly SIMS was Molly was very, very nice, Brad feld track. It is rumored that they're gonna get married though at this house. So I was actually St. radically at the wedding site. First of all, what did you wear what you wear to summer dinner? I'm glad you asked because I had sort of paranoia pre down because it's not the easiest event to dress for for sure, but I decided to go a little daring. So I was sort of I was going to, I were white pants, which I don't think Julia, since you've known me, have you ever seen where white pants and I tried them on and just it was not gonna work. So then. Yes. Oh my God. We'll also connected to Meghan. Gwyneth was wearing almost to me like a replica of Megan's Wimbledon pans. There were these wide leg white pants that was wearing a black top. She looked great, but very similar to Meghan. So wide leg white pants or clearly in the summer. But my my way pants were just kind of like tight white jeans. They looked like kind of weird for the formal enough. So I ended up wearing a grey summer suit, which was it was like a soup, like light gray color, and then like a kind of shiny pink button-down shirt seen a photo of you from this event, I'll send you one, believe it or not. The photographer did not make sure to grab shot of me walking McHugh my way into the dinner..
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"That's more likely I just can't keep from going back to thinking about George in this Victoria's Secret models, son. It's a son Riley, right? I, I think I mean, but I don't wanna be the. We shouldn't say that as fact. But it seems very possible rate just like career day. Take your parents to work day. Like, what are those conversations like? Like George saying? What does your mom do? Well, Kate, how famous time where she modeled and lingerie, when she caught Williams, I remember. That's true. She has hit a catwalk in her day. Yeah, maybe they talk. They trade notes this report also tax about how close family has with Kate's parents, Carol, and Michael. This was interesting. I thought Carol has taken George in Charlotte to work at the family's party pieces. Headquarters short drive from the Middleton's Berkshire mansion where they play it being shopkeepers. One visitor spotted George sitting in the front of the store, exclaiming excitedly own my gosh as indulgent. Granny gave him a bag of sweets for being a good boy, just take it away like my fan fiction. So George was being good boys. So Carol Middleton, gave him a breaking the static at the homeland of and then George got the candy, and then she and he said, oh my gosh, because he was shocked. Do we think I think you getting treats all the time. That's my surprise came from that. He was so surprised like, you know if he got this bag of candy when it wasn't dessert time yet, maybe that's kind of, you know, I'm not supposed to have this. Now right now, I like that a little bit like blue. I v I feel like blue RV is very into. Yeah, completely. I just feel like I don't see him being to troublemaking, but who knows? Maybe Charlotte is the, I don't know. I guess we don't really know the dynamic of Charlotte, George. Well, I love the visual of him working in the party's store. I know him being taken to to work. It's a good, good visual will that's us for Georgia's birthday. Anyone has any tips if you saw him on the beach in Mustique, let us know if you're if you're currently on this deep or ever been to mystique. We'll see. Sounds like a magical. It sounds like it's an Harry Potter something. It sounds like a very horrible men's fragrance that maybe your driver, where's completely. That's so funny. I want to hear about your evenings Gwyneth Paltrow. So yes, I had quite the normal typical Thursday night. The life of Josh do buff. I went out to Amazon, sit for the night on Thursday and is really can attest that was kind of depressing. Wasn't coming with me as I was texting her my weight there, but it was at Guana actual Hamptons house, which was pretty unusual..
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"In the Carl, she's going to be ready to give her the like Pulitzer prize or something like the Nobel give them all the Kate. I mean, that's kind of excessively crazy to me the day after giving birth you dry. I mean, I don't know enough about what one recovery processes like after hearing birth. That seems wild. It seems wild. She roads she had, it's I don't know who her sources at the school, but she wrote when the parents of children, the school had to get to know you. Coffee mourning for all the parents of the children in William turned up unannounced dress down in Chino's jumper. In wearing his glasses. One parent tells me, no one really gives Kate a second glance when she does the school. Drop off. We have a Victoria's Secret model doing the school run to, and the dads are far more interested in her. I wish I could screen grab Josh's face of whore right now that anyone would dare speak of Cape that way. God, no one really gives keta second glands I just jump in here. My Kate defender shield is on. I guarantee you whoever this mom or dad is gave this quote has some ax to grind. Maybe George was rude to their son in gym class, really didn't wanna jump rope little Sally or whoever. And the of their way that last show was going to be calling up the Daily Mail and giving some anonymous because this reminds you of big little lies. You know, you know when they cut to all the talking heads of the other non ass- parents who are all talking about Nicole Kidman and Reese. This feels like that to me like you. You wish Kate would give you the time of day Honey, right? This is like the Reese Witherspoon character that school. See also who's Victoria's Secret model. If anyone has that information. Now it'd be a good time to dial into that hotline. Jordan done has a son, I think, yeah, Riley who is I hope, my gosh, is this going to be like our big scoop? I'm amazed. Not only that I only know kind of the Marquis. Victoria, secret models like five years ago. I'm impressed. Jordan Don has a six year old son Riley. So that's one year older than George. I think that's possible, and she lives in London. Josh us some cracks. Lou thing able if you if anyone actually knows that for sure. I do not have a good I've. I'm going off of only that. I know she's Victoria secret model with a kid about Georgia's age who lives in London. It's probably I'm guessing it's this kid anyway. Thank goodness. The amount of time you threw down that defense shield and picked up your laptop to get to the bottom of this mystery amazing, incredible reaction time like Clark, superman over here, but I'm curious. Okay. Well off you Georgia's like in school and it sounds like you're about to have answers in these clothes. They note that he seems a little standoffish in photocalls lately, and they make a point of saying he's very fun. Happy little boy when photographers aren't present. There's another quote Georges very determined while his often vast around by three year old Charlotte, his. Parents say he is a strong streak of mischief. Josh like you. He loves gruff low and fireman Sam planes trains and cars quoting. And right now, he is fascinated just as many of his school friends are by volcanoes in lava at a recent polo match. He could be seen showing friends a picture. He had drawn of an eruption and while much common has been made of the little Lord fonts, Lory esque way, Kate dresses or son in public and private. He is like any other youngster in crocs in grubby t shirts, scratches on his knees this, oh, maybe. That their source was like a five year old who like who like comes out of every class tax, the Daily Mail. What Georgia's doing in class, like some really, really precocious five year old because otherwise, how would they know any of this? What a weird thing as many of his schoolmates, he's obsessed with Kane owes than lava, who could possibly have that. Talking Kate, like this is wild, ride the cafeteria workers. She liked jotting down notes. No, no. I mean, maybe it's the same mom who gave the Victoria's Secret quote, but I'm I'm thrown by the details here though. Maybe they just saw that volcano drawing and are extrapolating kind of liberally. Right?.
"george p" Discussed on In The Limelight
"In two thousand thirteen, Josh, would you be kind of annoyed if you're Charlotte and you don't get your own commemorative coin? Yeah. Also I was a little bit thrown that the coin didn't have like a new photo, not obviously a photo, but it was a repurposing something versus I wanted some glam new image of him in that big smile. So in that sense, who cares about this. But then we usually get a few details about what George does on the actual day. This year's a little bit different Katie Nicholl advantage, fair reported that the family being William Cates George Charlotte. It took me way too long to recite all five and Louis that they flew off to moose steep, their islands, vacation home where. Very private. Press kit. Go even visitors, normal vacationing visitors have to be thoroughly background checked. It's where Princess Margaret had many of her affairs. History Jagger has a place there. Yeah, I didn't knocked until this that it was so private that they can't take photos of them there that it's like extremely. I don't know the must be because of the somehow the structure of the island even get how they're able to do that. Right. Or else it's privately owned island perk eighty nickel. Kate hasn't had a proper holiday for a long time. She was saying only recently she is desperate to go back to St.. The source said, it's very likely. They have gone with Kate's family for a nice long break. I feel you have something to say about. No. I mean, I hope they're having fun. I'm I guess Harry and Meghan couldn't have gotten invite right because they have official duties. I thought that was interesting though, and also, I guess Kate always, I feel does this trip with her side of the family, which I guess honestly makes sense because Chesa spent so much time with Williams side of the family and all these goddamn engagements. So I feel as if she probably this is like the Middleton time where they go to mystique. Right. I love it. I would love to know what they're doing there. I don't know if we'll get any sort of details if there was some sort of themes party with just family. George, I'm kind of interested to. It's kind of interesting melding of the vacation and Georgia's birthday. Like was this. I mean, I seem Georgia excited to be on the beach and hanging out, but did they have a party for him and mystique, obviously, all the friends they must have in preschool when we weren't able to make it right mystique. Patient doesn't sound super like five year old. I mean, you're me would love that occasion like Middleton's take Julian me. We'll go in a minute. We'll leave our families, but I feel as if for five year old threw me a little. I would have thought, maybe they'd have his birthday, have some sort of party, you know, bring out the flow or whatever, but Balu balloon flow. What do you call the bouncy house right? Then go to -cation anyway, that's just my little gripe I know. So who knows how long will be there? We don't really have any more details than that. The Daily Mail did publish. I thought an interesting little report from Rebecca English who is, I guess, one of the Royal correspondence that right job. Yeah, she noted that will even Kate regularly drop George off at school, which we all knew what we didn't know though she claims Kate actually dropped George off at school the day after she gave birth to Prince Louis. What I I know in remember Serena Williams was ready to call Kate like a superhero just for standing up during that photo call after giving birth little, did she know the Kate was.
"george p" Discussed on In The Limelight
"Hello and welcome to the limelight, vanity. Fair's entertainment, cop, culture, podcasts. I'm Josh pop. Andy, I senior writer I'm here was Billy Miller vani first Hollywood, right air time late. We analyze the ins and outs of pop culture, entertainment, and celebrity from the past week from the crash into Kate Middleton and everything in between the royals giving us lots of talk about this week, prince George turned five over the weekend, and we'll talk about what they did to celebrate the family. Also, unfortunately for Meghan more Markel family drama to discuss. Also, gonna tell us about his evening under the stars with one of Paltrow at her home in the Hamptons. I have so many questions already. He was also backstage with Taylor SWIFT's very action packed week for you. Full VIP's some excited to hear about those, but Julian. I also we will reiterate to at the end, but we also have an exciting announcement. We are. Going to introduce off hotline that you guys can call into at any point. It will be, you know, it's a, it's a, it's live now, but you can leave tips if there's any questions you have. If there's reactions the things that are going on any point during the week, we would love to hear from you guys and it'll be setups, the can leave voicemails, which hopefully we can include in our episodes. I'm so excited to hear what kind of calls we're going to get. So please, please phone. I guess we'll just keep repeating the number. Why not? We'll also. Like when they get like Freddie friends, junior to hawk like cat food or something like the name as much as possible. But our number is three, four, seven, seven, nine zero zero, nine, six, six rolls off the tongue. Love to see FREDDY, prince junior hawk cat food. I don't know why the how my brain works, call interview of thoughts on that as well. But let's get into the topics of the week. I Julie prince George turned five, Sunday, Josh. How did you celebrate? Must admit I did not know. I did say didn't remember what I did because they released unofficial portrait. Yes and amazing official portrait that shows George smiling. He's in the same outfit. He was wearing during prince Louise baptism because I guess the photo was taken afterwards. I wanted to envision that he had his own kind of v. Th birthday photo, shoot. I know I kind of feel like it's it's a little bit of skimping by the palace that they just reuse a christening photo next next year they're just gonna take the glamour shots at the mall, call it a dash ho. I feel as though I might be mistaken, but in past years or at least once or twice, Kate has taken the photos for the birthday portraits, which I always which I always kind of like, because I feel as if that some as this kind of nice little personal touch to it. You imagine Kate out in the fields, the fields, the behind the palace. Taking, you know, like photos of her samba maybe she is so preoccupied with Louis her and the new apple of rhyme. Closest thing she will ever know to manual labor just out in the fields. Clicking that shutter clicking filtering on Instagram, but this was a cute photo. I thought he's very, he's very happy. We don't get usually the full George smiles and people on the Daily Mail were very quick to point out that this smile looks like Princess, Diana smile. Oh, wow. That's actually positive. When you started to say the Daily Mail said, I was expecting slammed him never know where that sentence is gonna end. I guess it sounds like they took a favorable view comparing him today. Anna rates and Dement also celebrated by releasing a new coin, five pound rare coin. It's a new interpretation of an old favorite. This is not the first time. The Royal mint has issued special coins for George. It also release coins for his first and second birthdays as well as christening..