40 Burst results for "Georgia"

Amber Athey: The Hypocrisy of Biden Not Intervening Against Apple

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 8 hrs ago

Amber Athey: The Hypocrisy of Biden Not Intervening Against Apple

"John Kirby yesterday on Fox goes on with Martha maccallum and in a tremendous act of journalism Martha maccallum just eviscerates John Kirby puts him on the spot I played the video earlier in the show Basically brings up this little conundrum the administration finds themselves in Biden finds it perfectly okay to attack a private company in Twitter the Biden administration oh we've got our eyes on Twitter We don't like what they're doing blah blah blah You've heard all that And yet apple that according to multiple reports was been colluding with the Chinese government to shut down AirDrop it's really weird amber Kirby had nothing to say We're not getting involved there That's a private company I mean is there a bigger example of hierarchy over hypoxia They just don't care They're in charge of like screw We don't care what hypocrites Oh it's so true They did the same thing back when they asked companies and encouraged the boycott in Georgia because they didn't like the election law that was passed there But then just a little while later when there was the question of whether companies should boycott the Olympics that were being held in China the Biden administration suddenly switched gears and said oh well their private companies they can do what they want So they like to exert their influence on corporations when it's politically convenient to them but otherwise they like to pretend they have this laissez-faire stance

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Georgia has profoundly changed the last couple of years. I really hope that we're able to get Herschel Walker across the finish line. So if you're in Georgia, I highly encourage you to show up and vote, play cut 36, Brian Kemp on Herschel Walker. Does Herschel Walker share your values? Well, listen, when I'm talking about going to Washington D.C. and fighting for what Georgians need, I'm talking about the border, 40 year high inflation, astronomical gas prices since Joe Biden took office in the agenda that Raphael has supported up there. I mean, to me, it's that simple in this race. And that's why I'm voting for Herschel walker. I want somebody to go up there and just go fight for our state and fight for our citizens, not fight to support a president that really in my view is not upholding the values of what Georgians won't. Just want to say, if you live in Georgia, we have to show up in record numbers. Unfortunately, it looks like Raphael Warnock is getting his voters out to the polls, spending a lot of money. I would hate to see us all of a sudden have a 52 person Democrat Senate in a state that should be structurally Republican as Georgia. So if you are in Georgia if you have friends in Georgia, voting does not take a long period of time, please make a priority to do this ahead of Tuesday, Tuesday is the runoff between walker and Warnock. And I just think it is mission critical to get Herschel Walker across the finish line, but Democrat operatives are increasingly rejoicing and excited because they're hitting every single one of their metrics and I sure hope that we show up in record numbers in big, in a big way. Right now, the Senate composition is 51 49, yeah, that's right. It would be 51 49 instead of 50 50. That's right. It would be 51 49. Think. Yeah, I think that's right. If we're not coins, because they would have flipped one seat in Pennsylvania with fetterman. It's still hard to believe. Has huge implications for 24. We've got to get Herschel Walker in the U.S. Senate. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email me your thoughts as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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Herschel Walker's Win Will Help in the Senate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 2 d ago

Herschel Walker's Win Will Help in the Senate

"You know, I don't even know what to think about Georgia. It's almost like I don't want to hold out hope. I'm clearly pulling for Herschel Walker, I was pulling for him in the midterms, I'm so grateful that Republicans won big in the House of Representatives and now we have Republican majority control, which will rein in Biden's insane spending and get a lot of things done that would not have been done otherwise. If we have a 50 50 Senate again, if Herschel Walker manages to win, that's a huge game changer because the Democrats will lose a bunch of committee chairs, there's a lot of sort of inside baseball stuff that happens if it's 50 50 rather than 51 49. If it's 51 49, they are one vote away from ending the filibuster and doing incredible damage. To the United States.

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Fresh "Georgia" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Georgia" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Challenge to a D.C. speed camera ticket is successful and that could mean other tickets could be invalidated as well. The dean of students at a local elementary school has been arrested for allegedly exposing himself to two women in a park. Stay with WTO much more on these stories coming up in minutes. It's 1218. Time for traffic and weather on the 8s, rob stallworth and the WTO traffic center. Oh, thank you, Mark. We're starting in Maryland, northbound, Georgia avenue, pliers, mill rose, still with the left side blond for the crash response is there. You stay in two lanes to the right in order to get by on the outer loop between I 95 and New Hampshire avenue still the far right traveling block for the work zone there, then delays on the outer loop as you head toward the American legion bridge the work is in Virginia on both the inner loop and the adults as you head toward the Georgetown pike in the left lane. The most notable work is on the inner loop as you head past the dulles toll road where the work is along the left side there, outer loop slows, passing route 7 Leesburg pike headed toward I 66 with that work along the right side. Westbound 66 headed toward the fairfax county Parkway still the debris cleanup in progress blocking that right lane, otherwise each bound 66 in good shape leaving Gainesville headed toward roslyn. Now, if you're sampling on I 95, expect the volume as you leave lord and hit it across the Aquaman and down to one 23, once you get past the Prince William park where you enjoy a better ride toward of course Fredericksburg, north Ben I three 95 brief delays going up to and across the 14th street bridge which is traveling to open and available there. In the district, southbound D.C. two 95 near benning road the debris should be cleared from the left lane, uncertain if we still have the issue on New York avenue near South Dakota avenue, that was a report of a vehicle fire. I two 95 southbound between the suitland Parkway and south capitol street, still with the left lane block for the crash, The Rock creek Parkway south down there waterside drive may still be under police direction for that, wreck, traveling back in Maryland, westbound 50 coming across the bay bridge still with the work in the left lane, otherwise on the Georgetown or old Georgetown road northbound and Bethesda at Nicholson lane just to center lane getting it through the concrete work taking place there, so please use caution, traveling. Ice is back at Gaylord national, enjoy a winter Wonderland featuring hand carved ice sculptures of the holiday classic a Christmas story, make

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Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:09 min | 2 d ago

Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker

"Relate to nominate much you agree. So Georgia, I think, should be a good one. Is that right? So what do you like about Marjorie Taylor green Cathy? Well, I don't really know that much about her. I don't get to listen to the news that Martin stuff, but just I think she'd be a good one. All right, well Kathy, we're going to write you down for MTG as Speaker of the House. I'm sorry to hear. You know, I think there's something going around the country right now. And folks are getting the flu. They're getting sick. I hope you're doing the chicken noodle soup and everything, Kathy. I'm doing a chicken noodle soup and I don't really have a flu. I started out with tons of lighters and now it's on my chest. Oh dear. You gotta get some of it, get some good ice cream, so just good chocolate ice cream. Blue bell is a good brand. So all right. Kathy feel better and thanks for calling in. Folks, Kathy says MTG would make a great Speaker of the House.

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:33 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Those things are important. I don't know if these other schools will allow that. Certainly the SEC schools. For example, here's the university of Georgia. We always pick Alabama. I'm going to try a different team. The university of Georgia's schedule for next year is already set. They open a season with a UT Martin skyhawks at home, by the way. They're not going to YouTube. Don't sleep on that. I would never. And I'm not demeaning the skyhawk brand. But that game could be instead George a versus Notre-Dame to open the season. What would the tune in factor? Week two, they've got your ball state Cardinals Dan. Again, at home. Do not sleep on them. Never. David Letterman would never let us. But imagine that game was Arizona state, just a solid program. Yes, Marv. Will this affect the seating like it does in basketball when they talk about strength and schedule when they say, oh, they only played this team this team this team instead of these bigger teams will that affect the seating maybe, you know, going forward? Well, you're rankings. It would. It should. Yes. What's it? For some reason with college football, it seems like it's impossible task of maybe all 12 games should mean something. I mean, I know it's a very long season, but it's 12 games. Why are four of them against Jimmy lipper state for all these bigger schools? That's a bunch of crap. Played teams that are good. Yeah. It's like tradition. Nobody wants to yield control. Every university does their own scheduling. Like the SEC doesn't approve Georgia's football schedule. I mean, they may have some input, but not really. But like, here's Georgia two years from now. They have a great out of conference game. Georgia 2024 opens the season against a Clemson tigers. But that game is at a neutral site. It's at Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta. So now, because of the scheduling, you lose a home game. And you have to go to Atlanta for it. So again, if there's someone in charge of scheduling college football, just even double bonus. As long as you have strength to schedule impacting the rankings and it could mean whether you host a game or you're on the road, then maybe. But until then, you're going to see a lot of these schools that you see when you get ready to have your big game. You always have a cream puff before that. Yeah, more. And in this scenario, everybody wins. So say if you were if you're Georgia right now, you have a first round buy, but say if you're Ohio State, you get an extra home game. You don't get a first round vibe, but you get extra home game. So everybody wins. I mean, this is a money grab if I ever seen one. Oh, yeah. And it's smart. 12 is perfect. All right, let's take a break. Our good buddy, Nick Wright, will join us. We'll get to phone calls coming up, so our settle on our poll question here, back after this Dan Patrick show.

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Tim Tebow on the Importance of Aligning Your Priorities

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Tim Tebow on the Importance of Aligning Your Priorities

"Tim Tebow. No kidding. Look, there he is. Hi Tim. Good to see you. I love how you want to respond to that area. I don't know. I don't know. I'm looking for dead silence for confusion. Look, you do so much. But now you've written a book which is a devotional, it's called one year devotional mission possible. And you were talking about a number of things just a minute ago, I think a lot of people struggle with a lot of the things that you were talking about. Like, you know, how do I live consistently? How do I, you know, because some people are really disciplined or some people it comes naturally to them. Other people are a little bit more elliptical in the way they pursue life. But you always talk about identifying your priorities. And so when you say that, what does that mean for you? I think it's so important, Eric, that we understand what's most important in our life and most important in our heart. And then we align our priorities based on those things, right? What's most important is that we're building a relationship with God that we're serving other people that we're making a difference that we're helping, then let's put time for what we say is our top priorities, right? And then it's also, I think, so important. And I go back to this, I mentioned it, that we also reframe our perspective and our mindset because one of the hardest things to gain in the easiest thing to lose is perspective on what matters. And I'll give you example. This weekend, I mean, there's so many families that are going to Thursday celebrate Thanksgiving. And then Friday and Saturday based on all the raibaru weekend, the Florida Florida state and Georgia Georgia Tech and auburn Alabama and Ohio State Michigan and there's literally going to be for 48 hours. House is divided and you know what's going to be a big deal and I love it because I love sports, but all of a sudden that's become a priority that so many people drastically changed their life for when ultimately it's hard to then remember hey Eric, it's just a game,

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:46 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Balance of Power

"So senator, I understand he's a Republican, Herschel Walker is. And therefore, you would want him to be a senator. But when you say he'll be a great senator, what in Herschel Walker, the person will make him a good or even a great senator. So first off, he cares about his state, which is, I think, is very important. That's number one. Number two, he was very successful in his football career. Number three is very successful businessperson. He's built a very successful business. He's signed a paycheck, not just as an employee, but also as an employer, so he knows both sides of that. And he really cares about his state. He grew up in a poor family. He had good buses, but to get ahead. And that's the type of person you want up here. He really cares about the state of Georgia. Could be a great senator. I suspect senator that you didn't want to be in this position where you're fighting for 50 50 or 51 49 with the Democrats winning. What can be done to turn that around next time? Does there need to be something of a real soul searching within the Republican Party? Well, as you know, I ran for Republican leader in Iran

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Jack Posobiec Shares His Take on the Arizona Midterm Disaster

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:21 min | 3 d ago

Jack Posobiec Shares His Take on the Arizona Midterm Disaster

"Us as Jack posobiec Jack. Welcome to the program. I want to talk China with you, Jack. But first, your thoughts on Maricopa County looks like they're about to certify Jack, you or our co-pilot throughout the entire saga with us. That will go down in the history books, your thoughts, Jack. Well, Charlie, I'll just say this, if what happened in Maricopa County had happened in Fulton county, Georgia, you would have had Stacey Abrams and the NAACP and everyone else from MSNBC to CNN, the entire litany coming out, demanding an investigation of what went wrong and they'd be calling it voter suppression and to be calling it duly so, Charlie, you noted it. The day before talking about long lines, potential traffic jams that we saw, people waiting for hours, people turned away. It's clearly voter suppression. It is the textbook definition of voter suppression. And for them to simply refuse to acknowledge it, flies in the face of everything that we saw that day, everything that I saw even as someone who's coming from outside of Arizona, that's not the way that elections ought to be held in the United States. And by the way, if we're going to say that we stand with the people of China in their calls for freedom, then we ought to also make sure that we don't be hypocrites because we have to look at our own system and pull out what the splinter in our own eye.

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:40 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Balance of Power

"Finally, we have, as you know, so well, a runoff election in Georgia for the Senate seat there. And it looks like we're either going to have a 50 50 Senate or a 51 49 in the Democrats would be in the top position there. What do you expect to happen and why? Well, right now the races and everything I've seen in the race is tied. So it's really just who shows up to vote. So I'm optimistic that Herschel Walker will be the next Republican senator from Georgia by everybody's got to get out there and vote. You can go to team Herschel dot com to help Herschel he'll be a great senator. The reason we need a 50 50 Senate is that our committee level will have the same Republicans or Democrats. So every bill will have to be a bipartisan bill

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AP Top 25: Michigan up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Georgia

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

AP Top 25: Michigan up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Georgia

"Four top ten teams lost on the final day of regular season games, and that's produced change in the AP poll, Georgia remains number one, but Michigan moves up to second after powering past last week's number two Ohio State. The buckeyes dropped to 5th. TCU slots in at third, and Southern California is fourth, USC is the only team in the top four with a loss. The rest of the top ten now has Alabama at 6 just ahead of Tennessee, Penn State follows at 8 with Washington number 9, Clemson's lost to South Carolina drops it to ten. While the other top ten teams to fall were LSU now 11 and Oregon tumbling to 15. I'm Ben Thomas.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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Achane runs for 215 yards, Texas A&M stuns No. 6 LSU 38-23

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Achane runs for 215 yards, Texas A&M stuns No. 6 LSU 38-23

"LSU's chances of making the college football playoff virtually evaporated when the tigers lost to Texas a and M 38 23. The Yankees would lost 6 straight SEC games for time at 17 with a 5th ranked tigers midway through the third quarter and then scored 21 straight points, sparked by Devon a chain who scored the final touchdown and a second of the game as part of a 215 yard rushing performance. To come out and play against some tough out team on your last game, it's awesome. You know, we came out doing so basically just showing what the future can be of texting in it. Even with the lost LSU will play Georgia and the SEC title game next Saturday. I'm Tom merriam.

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No. 1 Georgia overcomes slow start, routs Georgia Tech 37-14

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

No. 1 Georgia overcomes slow start, routs Georgia Tech 37-14

"Number one Georgia got two touchdown passes from stetson Bennett and finished undefeated for the second consecutive regular season with a 37 14 decision over rival Georgia Tech, head coach Kirby smart. Great regular season for this group. They've done everything that we've asked them to do. And they only get bigger from here. Georgia Tech went up 7 nothing and kept it close ten 7 and a half. The second half was a different story, as Georgia rolled up 27 straight points to subdue the jackets. Kenny mcintosh and Kendall Milton rush were touchdowns as the bulldogs tuned up for next week's SEC championship game. I'm Jim Hart

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Larry Taunton Talks Voter Fraud

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 6 d ago

Larry Taunton Talks Voter Fraud

"Welcome back, talking to Larry Alex Staunton Larry. We've seen such unprecedented things. The voting fraud. I think because we didn't get the red wave, we might have been hoping for. I think it's a good thing because I think it is forcing more people to realize, wait a minute, this is genuinely rigged. No one believes John fetterman grunted his way to victory. Nobody believes that Carrie Lake lost. Nobody could really honestly believe that Joe Biden won. I mean, it doesn't make sense and you're looking around and you think like something rotten has entered our political life and the folks who don't like pro American figures, whether it's Trump or Carrie Lake or Doug master yano, that they will do literally anything to keep them out of power and that they've simply taken election fraud or whatever it is manipulation to a new level and if we the people don't wake up to this. If we don't go to bat against this stuff, it's over. We have no America. Yeah, well, let me just say something very, very quickly, a little anecdote your listeners might appreciate. What an impressive lady Carrie Lake is. I say that Georgia maloney, the new prime minister of Italy, the populist candidate is the Carrie Lake of Italy. I mean, Carrie Lake is just a powerhouse, but I was with you at Mar-a-Lago and we're sitting, I don't know if you remember this, but we're chatting in the lobby and you look over my shoulder and you say, hey, hey, there's the next governor of Arizona. And I turned and looked and it was Carrie Lake.

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Pastel Co-Founder Anthony Georgiades on the SmartMint Launch

CoinCentral

00:43 sec | Last week

Pastel Co-Founder Anthony Georgiades on the SmartMint Launch

"2 p.m. Friday October 21st, 2022. Pastel cofounder Anthony georgianus on the smart mint launch. Anthony georgianus is the cofounder of pastel network, a fully decentralized developer friendly layer one blockchain serving as the preeminent protocol standard for non fungible tokens NFTs and web three technology georgias began building pastel with cofounders Jeff Emmanuel and alexey kiryu in 2018, a time when NFTs were still in their infancy. Pastel infrastructure enables existing layer one. The post pastel cofounder Anthony georgianus on the smart mint launch appeared first on coin central

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What Have We Learned and What Is Our Strategy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last week

What Have We Learned and What Is Our Strategy?

"Says Charlie, this is actually a really good question. Charlie, what have we learned and what is our strategy? Look, a movement that does not adapt. A military that does not adapt. An organization that does not adapt will die. It's that simple. You must always constantly be adapting and improving. And one thing that we have to learn from is in Maricopa County, if we just all broadcast election day election day election day, it doesn't go well. You can sabotage ambushes all this nonsense. So instead, and I want to make sure I'm very clear about this. The ideal, the ideal way, how we want elections to operate is different than what we have to navigate. The ideal I would love to have a national day where everyone goes and votes. Voter ID, one day of voting, that's it. The way France does it, you know the winner by the election night, but that's not the world we live in. So if you live in Georgia, I would not recommend voting by mail. But in person early voting. In person early voting, go get your vote banked. We need the entire America first, the entire conservative movement in Georgia. I could tell you there's going to be shenanigans and nonsense and all of this, but we have got to get Herschel Walker across the finish line. This is the difference between the Democrats, having reliable 52 48 Senate or a 50 50 Senate. And with a 50 50 Senate, you're going to have cinema in a tough reelection fight and cinema with hopefully a tough primary challenge that seems to be bubbling up in Arizona with congressman gallego. And also Joe Manchin, who's going to have a very difficult race if he decides to proceed. Joe Manchin just might go become a lobbyist. Where it looks as if the popular governor justice might run Morrissey might run. There's a lot of different people in West Virginia that will keep pressure on Manchin. So this Democrat 50 50 majority won't really even feel like a majority.

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Georgia high court allows Saturday voting for Senate runoff

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Georgia high court allows Saturday voting for Senate runoff

"Georgia counties will be able to hold early voting this Saturday in the Senate runoff election between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker. It's the only possible Saturday for early voting before the runoff on December 6th. Republicans had objected, citing state law that says early in person voting is not allowed on a Saturday if the Thursday or Friday before is a holiday. Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, the state and GOP group said that includes this Saturday. Democrats argued the ban does not apply to runoff elections. The state Supreme Court has left in place a lower court ruling allowing the voting to happen this Saturday, Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | Last week

Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country

"Okay, thank you. President Biden is destroying our country. There is we should we can not stand for this. We can not stand for this. He is destroying our country. He is against us, and he's letting in all these immigrants to vote for him the next time he wants to be president. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. He led in all these immigrants, all these crime ridden people that are coming into our country talking in every day and by President Biden has to go

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How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | Last week

How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign

"Hey guys, I want to talk to you about prison fellowship we're in day two of Mike's annual prison fellowship angel tree campaign where your donations will make it possible for boys and girls all over America who have a mom or dad in prison to get to experience the blessing of a personalized message and the gospel through the angel tree program of our friends at the nonprofit, prison fellowship. Incredibly, over one and a half million Americans have a mom or dad that's in prison and some of them ask themselves, does my mommy or daddy still love me? Do they even remember me anymore? It's heartbreaking. But that won't happen in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the local angel tree volunteers know how important their mission is in this year's campaign. It's really devastating for a child to not have their parents around during Christmas time or to know that somebody loved them. 'cause that's really the key. They need to know that somebody loved them. Just having that connection with their parent and sending that message from the incarcerated parent. And to get that on Christmas morning, love dad or love mom is one of the greatest gifts you could ever give a child. So Thanksgiving is this Thursday and then before you can blink Christmas will be here. You can still make an eternal difference in the lives of these children when you support angel tree by going to Mike online dot com, click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page and make a donation.

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Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data

"On to say that we've been focusing on the wrong thing. We look at the unemployment numbers and guys, there's a real unemployment number and there's a basically a fake unemployment number, I shouldn't say fake unemployment number, but there's the U three and the U 6. I'm gonna forget everything that in entails right now, but basically the U 6 number, which is the real unemployment number, which is what we used to calculate. It encompasses everything from people that have discouraged workers. People that have lost lost their jobs completely. The discourage workers, like I said, they moved out of just left the job force, got discouraged. Maybe they went to look for another job, but they're temporarily out of the job force. And it would count those people that moved from full-time to part time. So you had three facets there. All right? So the people that just left were completely get discouraged, we're not even counting at this point. I believe that's what they would the categorize these people as. So when the Democrat party tries to pretend as if the unemployment numbers are great. Guys, we are still feeling jobs. We're still feeling jobs that were absolutely an utterly destroyed during the pandemic. And I should say, I was gonna say as a result of the pandemic, but actually as a result of the lockdowns. Because the left totally destroyed this economy. And I believe they did it intentionally. But I think as a result of that, we're seeing manhood being totally destroyed in America.

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Mike Rowe: 7 Million Men Are Choosing Not to Work

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | Last week

Mike Rowe: 7 Million Men Are Choosing Not to Work

"And I continue to quote. And I mean, last week, there was an article in The New York Times called something like how to combat the assault on modern work. And I thought it was going to be an article about coal miners or crab fishermen. You know those tough guys, this is me going out of the quote like deadly catch stuff like that. Or you know big tough jobs where the danger is real micro says. It wasn't. It was an article about everything from paper cuts to the non existent pet bereavement policies that are being deemed harsh. And he says, I'm not making this stuff up. And so we are, we're in a place where 7 million able bodied men are not only not working between the ages of 25 and up 7 million able bodied men are not only not working, they're affirmatively not looking for a job. That's never happened in peacetime. He says, ever.

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Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

"Mike Rowe was recently on Tucker Carlson's show. They were at the patriot. I believe it's called the patriot awards yes it is for Fox. And micro was interviewed by Tucker Carlson. And I just want to go through some of the things that Mike rose said to kind of set the tone. And I really do think this is important. And the more that I think about this, there's always when it comes to politics, there's always micro issues. There's symptoms and there's always a greater disease at play. And I think the denigration of manhood in America has become a huge problem. And we're seeing it play out in politics if you, if you just look at it. All right? So Mike Rogan, he was on Tucker Carlson's show. And Tucker Carlson obviously was interviewing him and Mike wrote to Tucker Carlson that the man in this country they're becoming soft and lazy and he says that's in part due to how much time these men are spending on their screens. I want to get into some of the specifics of what Mike rose said, but I think we all can relate to that. Listen, I spend a lot of time on my phone screen. I spend tons of time on my computer screen. I'm not looking to be influenced, though. I'm looking to search for, you know, news stories, headlines, and to be able to do a show like this or to be able to do my own show. To be able to do my podcast, by the way, check out my podcast the Carl Jackson show dot com Salem podcast network dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show. But here's what Mike Rowe had to say to Tucker Carlson. So he said, so I'm wrong about I'm quoting, obviously, so I'm wrong about as much as I am right. And it's for that reason. I hate to say, I told you so.

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"georgia" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Today, Explained

"This is not the only legal trouble that Donald Trump as an individual is in. There's the federal investigation into documents stored at Mar-a-Lago. The new filing from the DoJ suggests, but does not prove a couple of crimes may have been committed. First, obstruction of justice, a second possible crime, lying to the FBI. There's also questions about the Trump organization's taxes in New York, and so this is one of many fronts of legal jeopardy that the former president is in, as he weighs whether or not he's going to run in 2024, and so it's going to be a very, very controversial report that comes out. No matter what the finding is, because of the way we see these building blocks being built and because of the allegations that top Republicans either in the state or the president of the United States broke laws in trying to overturn the election. And like we've seen with the January 6th hearings in Washington, not everybody's on the same page about whether they think that's a good thing or a bad thing or a correct thing. It's going to be a big deal and it's going to be a big story and it's also something that is going to drag on for months, leading up to the 2024 presidential race, so this is one of the most consequential investigations into election fraud and into election interference. And this is one of the most consequential investigations of Donald Trump that is taking place. Do you get the impression that Bonnie Willis, who has used RICO or racketeering charges against everyone from the rapper's Young Thug and gunna to teachers in Atlanta is going to use the same strategy and prosecuting this case. By all accounts of the witnesses that we've seen and the subpoenas we've seen and really the scope and scale that we've seen, this does appear to be building towards a case where the Fulton county district attorney is saying that this is a criminal enterprise with Donald Trump as the head as this kind of mob boss, coordinating the effort that is carried out at the top level by lieutenants like Mark Meadows and Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani that you get all the way down to the low level of 16 Republican signing fake elector documents and state lawmakers itching to call for a special session. And even just average everyday Trump supporters harassing election workers and sending death threats. And so, you know, funny Willis has mentioned that she really likes RICO as a prosecutorial tool because it can paint a picture for the jury in a way that is easier to understand the grand picture of things. The reason it works is that there is this bigger picture scale of it and tool of it to show how different threads are connected. And I think when you look at 2020 and the post election time in Georgia, there are a whole lot of threads that you and I could talk for weeks and weeks and weeks about that now because of this racketeering framework can tie all together in a neat bow and say, these are all the things that happen. These are the people that caused it. This is why it's illegal. This case is one among several that have lined up against the former president and his associates. But it is sometimes talked about as being the most promising one in terms of prosecuting Donald Trump someday. How do you see it? I would say that this is probably the most liability that Donald Trump has from a criminal perspective, even considering a lot of the document cases that are right now dealing with what was or was not found in Mar-a-Lago. Because Bonnie Willis is a district attorney. She has certain laws and tools at her disposal that the Department of Justice doesn't have, or won't necessarily use. You know, she doesn't have to think about the political motivations and machinations of one branch of the federal government looking into the president or looking into The White House with things like that. She's looking at the Fulton county perspective. She's also not necessarily as cautious as the DoJ has to be with a lot of politically sensitive investigations, like we're seeing with this Mar-a-Lago document case. And also, she doesn't have the same baggage as attorney general Merrick Garland, who will ultimately be the one to decide whether to prosecute Trump under federal law, you know, Merrick Garland was appointed by president Joe Biden, who beat Donald Trump in the election. Bonnie Willis was elected by voters in Fulton county, and so she answers to them and not a political appointee. So there are still a lot of factors weighing in on this. But that said, what was done in Georgia plays a central role in the 2020 election denial and lead up to January 6th, and so looking at just the Georgia piece of the puzzle and just the Georgia loss section of this, it's the most tangible way that Donald Trump could be held accountable for everything that was done. Stephen Fowler, he knows his stuff. He's a politics reporter for Georgia, public broadcasting, and we thank GPB for letting him take the time to do this. Today's show was produced by Hadi mwa D and engineered by Paul Robert mountie. It was edited by Matthew collette, fact checking was a group effort today, Amanda Lou Ellen, miles Bryan, Victoria Chamberlain, and Tori Dominguez, is today explained of Noel king.

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"georgia" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Placed in those boxes. Yes. What is also remarkable is that Brad raffensperger had gotten a call from the then president of the United States, a very kind of explicit call. The ballots are corrupt, and you're going to find that they are at which is totally illegal. It's more illegal for you than it is for them. The election was already certified. The presidential race was done and over. The Electoral College people met and all that was left was the formality of January 6th, but that weekend before Donald Trump and people on his staff called Brad raffensperger and said, I just need you to find 11,780 votes and spent more than an hour saying there was so much fraud in Georgia. You need to fix it. You would be a hero if you fixed it. The people are mad at you because you didn't fix it. And basically spent more than an hour trying to harass a sitting election official into changing the outcome of an already certified election. How does that phone call wind up fitting into a criminal investigation? Well, it's usually not a good idea to threaten a sitting elected official. And there's lots of different state codes and laws that they're looking at. But one of the things and one of the reasons we've seen Fannie Willis, the district attorney subpoena a lot of people is trying to paint a picture about former president Trump cajoling or harassing an official into changing the outcomes and changing the results. And so, you know, it's criminal election interference, I believe, is the term that they're using. And so it's one thing to say, oh, I don't think the election was fair. And it's another to use your power to call up the chief election official and say, hey, you need to change this around. Who in Trump's circle has this grand jury subpoenaed? There are a lot of people ranging from kind of less affiliated people like the chair of the Georgia Republican Party who served as a fake elector all the way up to the most recent round of subpoenas, which have gone to people like Mark Meadows, Trump's former chief of staff, and Rudy Giuliani, his personal attorney, and Jenna Ellis, another lawyer on the campaign and Sidney Powell, another lawyer who, according to reporting, was almost potentially made a special counsel to investigate election fraud. So Donald Trump himself has not been subpoenaed, but this is on Trump's doorstep and the most recent filings and subpoenas we've seen has the prosecutor's finger hovering over the doorbell, so to speak. Among those summoned was sitting United States senator Lindsey Graham. For information on his phone calls to Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger, questioning legally cast mail in ballots. Lindsey Graham was called to go down to Georgia. He didn't want to take the stand. A judge recently said he has to. New details tonight as a federal judge denies South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham's request to quash a subpoena to appear. He's arguing that there are a lot of different privileges that come with being a United States senator and at the time chair of the judiciary committee that says he doesn't have to answer to this closed door special grand jury seeking answers. The judge ruled that constitutional protections do not shield him from testifying. He's not a target. They're not alleging at this time that he did anything wrong or broke any laws, but they want to know more as a witness about calls that he had with Georgia Secretary of State. Now Lindsey Graham called Brad raffensperger and was asking about absentee ballots and potential ways to toss them out or to change some of the scrutiny rules to see if there were some that needed to be tossed out. Now Lindsey Graham says, hey, I was just doing my job as the chairman of the judiciary committee. I was researching before I certify the Electoral College votes. Brad raffensperger said, yeah, I kind of felt a little pressure on that. And so because of the filings that have been made in public and because Lindsey Graham has tried to fight this in federal court, we kind of get the sense here that the DA and the investigation is trying to use Lindsey Graham's call as more evidence to tie into this broader picture of Donald Trump at the top. Orchestrating this multi pronged pressure campaign to undo the election in Georgia. Coming up if and when we might see charges filed in Georgia. If you're someone who sells things online, you of course need a commerce platform that makes it easy to sell those things. Shopify is the go to choice I'm told for millions of different businesses, Shopify's all in one commerce platform includes everything you need to start run and grow your business, whatever you're selling. Shopify is giving entrepreneurs and startups the same set of resources that used to be reserved for bigger companies, which means businesses of all sizes can finally set up everywhere. Sync up online

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"And then they say. I love the south. So flashback to my senior year of high school. Eighteen year old is alone in my house in the middle of nowhere. Southeast doing trig homework while listening to mfm. I have two beautiful dogs named georgia and einstein. I ain't is a little shit will bark at. But i've only heard georgia bark hansel of times in the four years i've had her and it is never been aggressive barking from different from my experience store. You know on on on everyone. So i'm in my bedroom doing homework. When i'm begins barking. I thought nothing of it until i heard the loudest deepest growl and bark. I have ever heard come from my sweet baby georgia. Oh instantly. isn't that scary. When the dog that ray a dozen yes the personality changes because the situation is different and right instantly. I rented the doors thinking. They're barking at a wild hog or other southern wildlife. What that's that's something that comes to your door. If you live in this fucking guests in rural arkansas wild hogs sh- can you imagine if you open your door wednesday back in los angeles and there was just a wild hog. Chilin remember that the feral hogs cocaine aymer that story. I remember those sweet baby angels okay bub-bubba to the door wildlife as i around the corner i see my carport door was left open by my mother as she left the house and my dogs were growling barking at the door. I look out the door to see a clean. Cut middle fifties man who had never seen before reaching for the screen door beat up old. Four trucks still running a few feet behind instantly. I go into fight or flight mode and start to plan my escape. It's casual i- lunch to the kitchen and grab the loaded forty five handgun which it crown hollow bullet points. Oh big bullets that with everything apart and pointed at the door. The man at the door takes a moment to look at me with a loaded weapon my big angry pups and back at my loaded gun as if weighing his options slowly. He raises his hands and walks backwards to his truck peeling out my long gravel driveway after locking the door and giving my dogs treats i call my parents but of course everyone knows there's no cell service.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Media's youtube channel and check it out I've been doing these animations officially in an official capacity for fm. Just for a couple of months now. But i've been doing them overall for about three years Basically since i started listening to the podcast which i've been a big fan of since that time. I'm super excited to be here. So let's get into it the first story. We're going to hear us from georgia from episode one eighty six speakers and it's all about stories of people buried alive. I picked this one. Because i don't know this is one of those fears that i think we all have. There's actually a part during this story where karen says something like taff. Ob is the fear of being buried alive. But i would call it just being a human being. I agree with that. I don't consider myself claustrophobic. But sometimes i just think about what it would be like to wake up buried in a coffin and i get panicky. So let's get panicky together and The here georgia talk about the weird victorian panic that that led to safety coffins and all the weird nonsense around that enjoy but wait. There's more here's the weird thing what you did the same story..

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"She called nine one one and the man was arrested. My mom's other friends served on. The jury found him guilty evidently hidden stalking for a while had broken into her house when she was alone turned the tv up and closed the kid's bedrooms doors and was planning to rape her. Who knows what would have happened if she hadn't thought back that that has survived by grabbing his eyeball. In retrospect the stray. Maybe the reason why. I'm always paranoid that either. Soccer always looking Anyways looking for an ear houston show in. May my husband surprised me tickets. Even though it's a four hour trip and i will be nine months pregnant. Let's like a contest. We joke about how great of a story it would be to go in the labor at your show but not really they'd be linked. Here's your voices every day disagree so he won't be likely be worn murdering. Oh yes a baby reto. Stay sexy and don't get murdered because you went for the eyeballs. Al l i would just like to point out adler. Ai like artificial intelligence. Maybe do you think a computer wrote us down the future. Here's all the things you like eyeballs. Fear defense self-defense. Baby's going into labor is going everywhere that this sound of ripping duct tape is one of the scary. It wasn't until she just stated it. You're like what a horrifying sound wake up to the like opening of Like keeling penally. What else would it be. It's not someone going. Oh i just have to tape down these roof shingles or some shit like i am in your house while you're sleeping. Yeah and it's like you can't do it quietly. It's like purposely loud to scare the shit addio that's right. You can't quietly rip duct tape. No i've tried it many times. No you it. It won't rip that way. You have to go loud and proud chainsaw style with any duct tape. Then you gotta go for the eyeballs. And i also was thinking because eyeballs are the most painful but you know every once in a while. I don't know if this happens to you georgia but you reach into your nostril. 'cause you just wanted scotch or pick or do something in you scratch your inside or you got to sit in there. The most painful place to get. I would imagine sticking your finger up. Someone's nose in scratching. My inside would be very how about both your pinkies concrete in the ear holes. Leo shelvin is part. Because you're not supposed to put anything in ray or holes especially other people's pinkies that maybe have very nicely manicured pinky nail clunk scratching the ear hole right in there all right and also. Don't be afraid to just hurt. They're feeling good. That'll stop guy in his tracks right. Quick say something rude. Oh you're not that smart. Oh you're less smart than i thought..

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I am the co host of. That's messed up. An se you podcast. Also on the exactly right network. And i'm really excited to be hosting today. I have known georgia for a long time fun fact. I was at the halloween party. Where karen and georgia met for the first time. A small apartment party here in beautiful los angeles a halloween party. Karen was dressed as a nurse. Georgia was dressed as glenn. Dan's ag- i was dressed as a three blind wise. But my third blind mice. It was me and my husband and we had a third mouse who got social anxiety and didn't come so we were too blind mice but i remember them needing there. That's where i met karen. I admit georgia before. And i believe that parties where i met karen and i just had been friends with them ever since and i love them and i am so beyond thrilled to be on their network obviously there. They have made a huge mark with my favorite murder. It's one of the og true grandpa gas. And i'm just so excited that we get to bring our little svu slash true crime slash comedy podcasts to their family and yeah let's get started Okay the first story that i've chosen to highlight in. Today's episode is from the brilliantly. Funny karen co gareth who i share initials west and it is episode. Ninety one live at the sony centre in toronto and it is the story of paul bernardo and karla homolka a famous canadian. Couple also known as the kennan barbie killers who committed just heinous heinous crimes but we also covered this. I believe in our second episode of that's messed up and view gusts and i just love. I picked both my both stories. I picked for karen and georgia. Today are ones that we've also covered. Because i just like hearing the way we cover them in different ways and i love the way karen tells it and you're going to as well here you go.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Daniel henderson. I am the guest host this week. I'm also the co host of the. I saw what you did. Podcast here on the exactly right network and i am so excited to bring you some stories today. I've been friends with karen for awhile. And i'm a fan a fan of this podcast and a fan of this work in general Georgia's a new friend. But i just really. I wanted to pick some some stories that kinda give a feel for not just what the show is but also what their personalities are personalities is what brings most of us to to the show. I originally wanted to pick the mary. Vincent story because i i heard that story. I texted karen like eight times throughout. And i cannot believe what. Oh my god. I cannot believe this what it really. It is the pinnacle of stories to me. One of those harrowing stories i've ever heard. Luckily there are several of those in the catalog of my favorite murder civil. Let's get to it. So i picked for georgia story. Who put bella in the witch elm from episode ten. It's an early episode. Which i think is always fun to revisit. And i love this story because it kind of has has such as distinct memory element to it and it really has a questioning element to this story. That leaves you wondering what actually happened. I love the way georgia tells the story. It's just so full of humor. And i think that that's also part of the reason why i chose this story stories that you really get to see the back and forth but i karen georgia in the early iteration of the show and their personalities are just on full display so without further ado. Here's who put pellet in the witch elm. Okay you're gonna go first this league alco versus fake. So we're ready for our favorite murder. Are you ready all right so this week. Were i picked it up. I picked a topic. And then i hated it so i said karen. What's your dream topic. Do you remember what the topic was before it was vintage unsolved over. Then i got really angry and was like i did. Yeah and i said karen of you pictures yet and you said no topic and then i just didn't answer you because i m y o b mind no no you said you said weird murders yes which like basically is we've done so many already. I mean we also done like kids killing kids. We've done so many things that like. We're the category idea. Yeah we're just trying to organize our thoughts. Let's try to help us like go down a path. That's not an infinite path. Yes okay so also like what. Murder isn't weird me kind of an operation just in but you know well. I thought there was a couple that i wanted to do..

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Four kids were murdered. In oakland county michigan in the late seventies and this whole case was called the oakland county child killings and fucking awesome already right so they found a twelve year old boy kidnapped and raped in smothered and that was the first one and Then like a week later of these. I didn't write down. I didn't do my super accurate. Homework are coming here for facts. That are in the wrong place. Yeah and also i. It's all off wikipedia. So you can get and really really. Enjoy it for yourself firsthand. But essentially all eleven twelve year old children and so goes a boy and a girl. A twelve year old girl was found kidnapped not rain. Right bathed fed and then shot point blank and left in the snow. How was the first kid. Killed stir rate smothered smother that. So those aren't the same murder. probably well right they. They don't they probably didn't connect them then. Okay but then the third kid who was an eleven year old boy who was kidnapped and so he was gone for like he disappeared and so on say the seventh day or whatever they went on the parents went on the news and said please You know bring him home so we can give him his favorite jenner kentucky fried chicken and you know the thing they do to personalise and the next day. They found his body. Don't tell me how kentucky fried chicken and valley rate smothered with kentucky fried chicken left in his belly. Exactly what you didn't wanna hear. Oh my and he was also washed like the girl was. His nails were trim his closed spotless. They were washed pressed and his body was still warm when they found so. That's when they knew something. Super terrible was

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Right media podcast network longtime first time on the old the my favorite murder feed I in this week's guest host. I'm super honored to be doing this I have been a friend and fan of karen and georgia for forever. You know. I remember seeing karen back on like Mister show and everything back in the day and like getting to call her a a colleague and friend and comedy. Big sister is something that i do not take for granted and i love every day. And yeah this week. I'm going to share with you. The two stories from the live from chicago. Podcast festival episode. Forty four. if you're into numbers back in the day. I was actually at this show because lady lady was on this festival in a much smaller venue but we were there and i actually like shot a video of karen doors hang them backstage of them walking onstage for the first time because i was like. Oh this'll be super cute for them to have them. Just walk it on onstage. The first live show and then when The theme song started and they got this rolling stone style response from the crowd. I just remember my arms completely being covered of goosebumps. And i was like oh this is about to be a thing and no big deal but i was right and yeah. I'm so proud of them. Not that they need to be proud of them. But like i am and they're just they're so awesome. And i love this episode because this is like the very beginning and you can hear the surprise and their voice. Of just like whoa. I didn't realize this was going to be a thing. So i mean kick into the theme song that you guys know.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"There's such joy on expression on your face when you get into that place right that realization of like gosh like this is how i should treat myself right and you all should treat yourselves. It doesn't make you a bad person to put yourself i. It's the only way to help a truly help other people and truly show up for them. Yes you know. I always felt selfish for that thing. And it's it's not that. No i mean it's not selfish again. It's actually key to a premise Of of the show which is to raise healthy people to raise the next generation with health. We have to be healthy ourselves and focus on our own health self care and life live life to the fullest. Because that's how we raise health. They see us. Were better able to show up for them. They see someone who likes themselves instead of putting themselves down and feels less than and that all emanates and is transmitted to kids. That's so true. And i love the opening. Lines of your podcast. Just it's so true. It's the it's the only way show up so georgia. It's time it's time. I wanna keep going. But it's time for the parent footprint moment question. Okay all right here we go so tell us about a time that you became aware of yourself as an individual had an awareness or an awareness about your parents or an awareness of yourself as that great anti and that new awareness had a positive impact on yourself. Those you love and those around you know. I had an eating disorder for a long time and then i met a guy who i ended up being with for five years was a really great person and he was a dad to a ten year old daughter who became part of my life and I realized that she was going to watch me. Eat and watch me deal with food and watch me. You know do i. Do i get disgusted by food and can't eat it in. It's not allowed. Or do i show her how women and how women care about their bodies and so i chose that and i've never gone back to one hundred seven pounds you know and i've learned to love that i'm a woman i see my mom's body in my body and she detested her body my whole life and just is a woman. That's how women and i'm okay with that. And so audrey was her name and it just showing up for her the way. I'd wish that i had been showed. And that's media. That's not my mom that's media the way things were.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Not has dissipated so much when i have compassion for them and what they went through but also. My mom and i went to a mediator. And what it only three sessions and it's totally changed our relationship. What that re. I think more than anything with that taught me you know. She learned some things that were upsetting. Me didn't come down to like you did this and you did that and politics for this. When it came down to is that she was showing up. And that's you know that's a really hard to do to show up to be essentially berated by your daughter. Which isn't what i did. And we had an incredible mediators. That was great but just to just to take some of that anger out and that she was showing up because she wanted to love me and learn how to love me and i don't think a lot of families would do that. You know a lot of parents wouldn't do that so gave it softened me and then this other recently. A woman said to me That her mom told her that you never realized how much your parents loved you and tell you have kids And that really hit me. And then i also felt like well. I don't have kids. And i'm not going to so maybe i can just understand that now as an adult you know And i love my cats and puppy so much that maybe it's somewhat similar you do and my nephew say and you're very close with your nephews yes i similarly just in all of adulthood transitions. I didn't appreciate so much fully. Understand where we lived what we had what my parents did. What until you're just until i grew up and it's almost like this rite of passage. I almost like that. You have this awareness of of that transition from like self as child to self as adults. It's a it's a bizarre. It's like you don't get the memo at just sort of happens sometimes nationally while i will say that in my eyes your parents were the pinnacle of parents and ideal. And that's what. I always daydream dove and your gorgeous house. I love that house feels so comfy and home even the in that fish tank that i would lose my mind over. He's still there and The yeah i asked my very fortunate to have the parents That i have and Yeah and close family And i feel like That that that tightknit family that we had and again you're on the tail end is being the last. The youngest youngest cousin ten of ten But growing up. What i do remember is all of the family gatherings so many of them like i didn't know life outside of family gatherings and cousins and aunts and uncles totally totally. We were over in orange county so we weren't as enmeshed in that role in la that i look forward to them every every year and feel so i mean i you know. Of course we miss it so much that cozy and we have it in other ways and other homes but that feeling of being a part of a tribe at a part of something was yeah. I'm sure it kept me going in a lotta ways you know and it's it doesn't have to be family. That could be your chosen family. Which is this phrase. I learned recently which just struck me so hard and.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"And so i'm trying to unlearn those tools and learn that i'm in control now and part of that for me is just sitting with little georgia and letting her know that it's gonna be okay and that she's okay she safe and she has everything she needs now and even like twenty year old me. Right right had no clue it was gonna be like at forty And i'm always like there's this part of that's always like gosh. Thirteen year old. Georgia would not believe it and twenty five year old. Georgia would lose her mind if she knew what she was going to be like. Yeah but just let it be okay and not have shame the shame of going to rehab at thirteen. Which isn't my shame. It's it's it's circumstances right. It was what i freakin. Need it and then going like thirteen year old fourteen year. Old georgia quit map. Yeah like that is insane to me. You know that is a feet. So feeling pride and sadness for the fact that she had to Just for me way to you. Know push it up the line and be like well that was you that was you know even though you don't feel a connection. Yeah so it's when when so the re parenting happens by you becoming aware and For our listeners. Awareness is a huge component of our show. Because it's like through through. Our awareness is where we have the most that we have the ability and can have the most profound growth and change because we are aware of something about ourselves. So i think what you're describing is when you become aware little georgia. Young georgia is responding in a way or feeling or thinking away. Who are now has the opportunity to talk to that georgia in a kind compassionate way and in a sense away a kind compassionate parent would to make it okay and to help realize the difference between what was in the past. And what's in the present. What's now yeah and you know what for. That's yes and at first. I think i got really angry at my parents for that And so my mom. And i have a really strained relationship for a lot of years and i've been really angry.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I was thinking. Wow like you're thirteen trying to survive the oc. And i'm living in san francisco in graduate school and like what light year different experiences but again the the older more mature means like Where were we all why you were. You were struggling so much. I feel i feel guilt because we all have to feel guilt yes We do that. I put that on you guys. I really didn't expect the family to read that book. And i think that's good because i would have written it differently. Had i known. But i feel guilty putting that on you guys because it's not it's not yours you get other things having have other peoples said stuff to you yeah. My mom was pretty upset. And now i'm like fairly fairly so you know she didn't deserve a lot of that. It was my story to tell but you know and she she cleared it with me not having read the chapters i and but and then some in this new book. I'm just definitely trying to be more fair to her. Which i think she deserves Yeah i we were all in our own world and doing our thing and it was in anyone else's responsibility to take in and your mom and my aunts are ants. Did a lot to help me. You know your mom. I remember one time we were going to That second hanukkah party where we got to everyone got two dollar bill. Shirley yeah and my mom sixteen so i hated my mom and we were on our way. They're just fighting as any sixteen year old. Would and i get to the door. And i'm so angry and emotional that your mom came out and just sat with me while and empathize with me and you know held my hand so and then grandma had one therapist talks about. You have a positive female role model for that time. Sh- you know or someone who cared. She just was so so there for me. Yeah and that you know that all of it helped. Yeah yes so much since since you mentioned that and we're.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Intensely that i almost didn't go back to therapy to her afterwards Because i felt stupid and to me at the time there was no there was no room for emotion that was going to keep me from moving forward and it's really taking a year to get to the emotional part and i now i'm just scratching the surface of it and and she's taken a year to get me or to help me stop drinking which is now a huge part of it and it's terrifying because look they're all the motions. Yeah there they right. And i can't poor shot of vodka on them and i don't love it. It's not so you're you post about that. Are you actually in the throes of not drinking. Or you're still in the what we call. Contemplation pre contemplate. You're getting ready to do it. I'm i was in pre contemplation. I'm in current contemplation doing it And i'm honestly i'm on anti-abuse is that medication i'm a big advocate for those who need pharmaceuticals in addition to therapy it. It makes its what took me to stop drinking that. I'm going to get physically very ill. If i drink. And then just took the alcohol out of the equation for now. And that's that's what i had to do. And i'm i'm fine with. Yeah so you're you've been doing that. It's been almost two graduations. That's tired of you. No it is and i don't know if i'm gonna do it forever. I might go go in and then change my relationship with alcohol. Ideally but this freak out so do you feel different Besides maybe sleeping better some of those other things waking up feeling a little bit like how. What is the difference that you you experience without alcohol. I'm really i have. I have to feel at all and i. i didn't. I didn't realize how much i was coming out. And dissociating which is a big thing of minus dissociating from you know. I always thought it was just me being daydreamer and having an active imagination which you have those things as well i do and i appreciate those things about yourself. Thank you for noticing But yeah it's it's taken that out of the equation and it's been really hard and being vulnerable fills gross and terrible and hard and i can't. I'm glad it's during the pandemic because they don't have to go to parties and feel awkward. Go out bars. i've learned. I'm learning and it feels good with you. Talk about medicine which you and you again post about which is so helpful to so many people to see these little color pills. And what's your favorite. And what does it do for you again. Like this the normalizing I want it before. I talk about a medicine. I was curious about is. There's there's a debate like. I've always struggled with the labels as someone who is responsible like having the power to give people labels on an everyday basis mental health labels and i've and i've seen and i've gone through so many innovations personally and professionally with this. Is.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"The more it makes us wanna talk about it because we. It's so clear to us that it's helping people and that's all that's taken away from from us in my life and i'm i'm happy is it ever been. Was it scary to i share or is it more like it just happened because you are a really open authentic person. Yeah it was never scary. I mean there's some parts of it that in the book. I had to really open up. Because it's a memoir. You wanna talk about our lives and tonight oh there it is sexy and don't get word we're actually writing a new one. We just got to announce nice but yeah. It's it's a memoir and you don't want you don't want to tell the same stories on the podcast and so you have to be really vulnerable and there are stories that i'm like well how people react to this. But it's only been positive and the people who are negative about it. Don't matter to me. So i just i feel like the more i share them or rewards. I got Not war like more rewarding. It is in my life and that has just made it in and then every time i learned something in therapy i get excited and i wanna share it. And it's like did you guys know that you can be a gray rock and let things slide off of you. It's crazy so it's always been excited. Yeah and so being a seasoned Consumer of therapy a client There are an array of different types of therapists and dislike any people an array of different approaches and also depending on people's ages. How would you say that your experience of therapy or counseling has been as you be child adolescent young adult mature adult maturing adult. I mean it's always the ones that i've stuck with the therapist. It's always remained the same thing which is a safe place to be me and to learn about myself. I still remember my first therapist. That really helped me as a kid. Her name was irma and at first she just wanted the do the things like. Let's play games. And then she learned now. I understand that that's a way to learn about me and ask the right questions. And it's casual. But i think i was such a precocious little kid that i was like. Can i lay down on your couch. And i thought it was supposed to be like freud.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"So enjoy the network premiere episode here and head over to the parent footprint with dr dan feed for a new episode out today with new episodes every thursday. And plus you can check out the full library of the shows with incredible guests and discussions and advice. There's so much to learn from dr dan. it's incredible. Subscribe to the on stitcher apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen and if you like what you were here writer if you please rate review owned subscribe. You guys really helps us. Get dr dan in the charts and on the main pages and all the cool things and you can follow the show on instagram facebook at parent footprint. Podcast be kind to a little self behind your younger self and that to me just as taken away a lot of shame and what would you actually say to her or him. What would you say to them. You'd say it's okay. You're gonna be okay. you deserve. Empathy deserve to be paid attention to and just to keep that in your mind over and over again. Welcome to pair footprint with dr dan. I am dr dan. This show is about making the.