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Wyoming librarians under fire for books about sex, LGBTQ

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wyoming librarians under fire for books about sex, LGBTQ

"Prosecutors in Wyoming are considering criminal charges against library officials who've stocked controversial real life books for children and teens the controversies over less than twenty non fiction books in the Gillette Wyoming the library they involve sex education childbirth and L. G. B. T. Q. issues angry residents have complained to police one couple said the books violate child sex laws a local pastor season fifty calls them filthy books that should not even be at a public library prosecutors in Campbell county are now reviewing the complaints a special prosecutor will be appointed to decide if library officials should face criminal charges hi Jackie Quinn

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Chris "Mr. Reagan" Kohls on the Video That Catapulted Him to Youtube Stardom

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Chris "Mr. Reagan" Kohls on the Video That Catapulted Him to Youtube Stardom

"Video that catapulted you to youtube star. Let's talk about that a little bit. So explain your infamous. Ao see video. Yeah that was an interesting time was it. I the gillette raises a was. It was the gillette razors. Yeah the first video. That i did that. I got my channel attention. Was this gillette parody right you. You remember the gillette. They were essentially saying like. Don't be a manner horrible. Don't be so toxic. Be a better person and they had some racial stuff in there. Like all the bad guys and the video were white and then they're like black friends would stop them from hitting on a girl or something like that if they were the hero guy you know it was just such a leftist dream commercial and but the dialogue in the in the video and the ad. The voice over narration was was very left wing. It was the way that they talk about things. They don't want to expose their real intentions. They want to try to convince you to be better because they know that you're not good enough as a man you know and so i just took that you know that voice over took the ad mostly as it is. There was a couple of cuts in their. But and i did my own voice over which moore obviously in clearly stated what their intention was which was to say like men are terrible. You shouldn't be you shouldn't be a man. Every man should transition. I didn't say that. I made it clear what they were saying. In simple terms and that just by itself was funny and people really resonated with you know well over a million views and the only issue with that was i wasn't in the video is just my voice and nobody knew who i was note knew what i looked like so mike channel had gotten some exposure. But i hadn't

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The Rolling Stones to Perform Private Concert for Robert Kraft and Friends

The South Florida Morning Show

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

The Rolling Stones to Perform Private Concert for Robert Kraft and Friends

"Gillette. Stadium september twentieth. The rolling stones performed a private concert for the patriots owner and two hundred of his favorite people. Oh we gotta do is get a microphone there to capture the conversation between bob and keith richard. Two guys are tough to hear anywheres. Bob wear all patriots and tonight the patriots champions on the phone with keith. I read for a private. The killer is two years older than than mic right. Mickey's seventy eight seventy eight. And he still touring. Oh my god Mick says it's a way for the band to tighten everything up before they hit the road for their tour. Six days later you got practice anyway. Do they kick it off at gillette stadium. That's a good question. I don't know i don't actually know

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Lorde Teases New Music for 2021

Ringer Dish

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Lorde Teases New Music for 2021

"We are here to check in with the pop girls. Things are buzz in the pop music industry as they always are sort of in the summer And of course happened last week as it always does after we recorded more dropped. Her song Did you lord for three hours. After we recorded it was absurd. She waited for us to record putting down. Dropped it And it's nice though. Because i think public perception of the song has changed in the past weeks and now we can look back on it with some perspective. Amelia give me you had a take on the new lord that aged extremely well over the lakes. Yeah well i was just like i'm loving this minute maid commercials going on and and i meant that as a compliment like honestly some of those songs in those minute maid. Tropicana commercials are really good gentlemanly bangers and that's just like kinda how i felt the song itself sounded like and it also looked very like i'm drinking orange juice on the beach kind of thing like you were saying. You had this in the outline. Lord is back with tampon commercial. And i thought it she really had a tampon tampax commercial i was like oh my god. What so i googled it. And i couldn't find a thing and i was like wait. Where's this tampon commercial. But you're like no read the metaphorical. Tampons is yeah. Yeah it's like. And then kyle gillette ad. That's just like identical really. The music video does income this dog by itself. Like it's nice you know but it's like the music videos. Legit looks like venus race or commercial. It does tell you

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Joe Miano Talks About Prime Editing in Mice

CRISPR Cuts

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Joe Miano Talks About Prime Editing in Mice

"Gillette start by with an introduction Just maybe dennis about yourself your current position. How you got you sure so i. I'm a professor at the medical college of georgia. I'm a new yorker. You can tell them not from the south. My background is in vascular biology a phd in vascular pathobiologist near medical college. I did my training. My training with eric olson who uses christopher quite a bit in the context of must addition feet in texas in women up to medical college of wisconsin before going to university of rochester. Where i was for twenty years where the crisper really started in my lap. And so most as you said most of my work revolves around using different crisper ending platforms to interrogate the dark matter of our genome to discover what with the meaning is of some of these interesting elements that we defy. Actually i'm glad you kind of said the last line. Because that is exactly what i had picked out been looking at your bio before you had said dark matter of the genome. Can you What do you mean by not matter. Why is that important to study. So used to be the late sixties early seventies that the genome homeless considered to be mostly comprised junkie neighbor. We know now that that's not the case that most of it is functional in some way shape or form and so there are myriad number okla dna binding transcription factors on one thousand plus that buying into specific elements. And we're interested in one class of these elements and all of these elements are found in in this dark matter. Nine coding or the genome which is like ninety eight to ninety nine percent of the six billion nucleotides of each cell so we have a reasonably good handle on where to look for these nuggets of goal. And we've use computational tools in with the crisper editing platform emerging in two thousand thirteen. It's made our life so much easier now to literally will change the single base level even these binding sites and find out what the consequences and that that has enormous implications for understanding. What the single nuclear type. Various associated with diseases how those may be functioning or dysfunctioning in in the context of various common diseases and reducing

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Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines

"Doing now that the CDC is issued new guidelines for the fully vaccinated, the world's largest retailer, says it's allowing vaccinated shoppers and workers to go massless in its stores. This is what community looks like. WalMart announced its new policy yesterday following the CDC easing of mass guidelines on Thursday. Vaccinated workers can stop wearing masks on Tuesday. They'll get $75 if they can prove they got the vaccine as an incentive vaccinated shoppers can immediately stop wearing masks. WalMart says they'll be held to an honor system but won't be asked their vaccine status, state or local laws will still supersede the policy if they require masks. Wendy Gillette CBS News in just a

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Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Opens up to Anyone Age 16 and Older

Radio Boston

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Opens up to Anyone Age 16 and Older

"Ya stadium. Cic hell in the commonwealth of massachusetts. We thank you for your part in making a stand against that. Is the announcement playing outside. Gillette stadium today. Gillette is a mass vaccination site and today. Vaccinations opened to all massachusetts residents aged. Sixteen and older. It is the start of our third and final vaccination

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Black Rob, Rapper and Former Bad Boy Artist, Dies at 52

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Black Rob, Rapper and Former Bad Boy Artist, Dies at 52

"Died at the age of 51 or something, man. The star of Didi's bad Boy Records was best known for his 2000 hit. Whoa! The performer who was born as Robert Ross had battled health problems, including several strokes and kidney failure. He died in an Atlanta hospital. A few days before his death. DJ Self shared a video of black rob paying tribute to the late DMX from his hospital bed. Wendy Gillette. CBS NEWS A three d Gun printing workshop is

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The Massachusetts Travel Order Is Being Replaced With An Advisory – Here’s What Will Change In Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:28 min | 7 months ago

The Massachusetts Travel Order Is Being Replaced With An Advisory – Here’s What Will Change In Boston

"Is here, and it's not just the season Starting to change tomorrow, A new round of residents become eligible for a covert back. Seen anyone over 60, along with workers and sectors, including restaurants, grocery stores, transit utility Food and agriculture, sanitation and public works employees. The travel order that requires people to quarantine or provided negative test becomes a travel advisory. And we enter phase for of reopening, which allows up to 100 people to gather indoors venues opening at limited capacity that includes the long awaited return of fans to the stands. Gillette, the Garden and Fun way. Here's Matt Shearer. The new normal is almost here. Phase four. Step one of Massachusetts reopening plan is another big step towards returning to our pre pandemic way of life. Some notable comebacks, dance floors, a wedding's expo halls overnight summer camps and fans in the stands at Boston Sports Games. The last one comes with a caveat of a 12% capacity limit. That's more of a home crowd than teams have seen in over a year. Bruins next home game is Thursday, and Celtics fans will see the green again on March 29th. Meanwhile, 29 groups are asking Governor Baker to halt these reopening steps, fearing 1/4 wave of the pandemic. However, if things go well, case numbers continue to drop in vaccination rates keep climbing. Then the state will move into phase four step to that would include bars, nightclubs and amusement parks. No word on when that might happen at the

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Massachusetts reports nearly 915,000 people have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19

WBZ Overnight News

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Massachusetts reports nearly 915,000 people have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19

"Latest latest report report from from the the state state Department Department of of Public Public Health Health shows shows nearly nearly 915,000 915,000 people people have have been been fully fully vaccinated vaccinated in in ST ST Gillette Gillette Stadium Stadium alone has seen 200,000 vaccinations. The Daily report also shows 28 new covert related deaths, bringing the pandemic toll in the state to 16,339. There are 624 covert patients in hospitals across the state, a dozen fewer than the previous day 169 in ICUs. There are barely more than 1000 new confirmed cases of the virus in this report. Seven day positivity rate is at 1.73% and the estimated number of active cases goes up for the third day in a row to 26,500 to

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"gillette" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella

Creative Therapy Umbrella

04:52 min | 7 months ago

"gillette" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella

"All right elizabeth. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here in chat with you today. Likewise i know we can already probably record five episodes. But i'm really excited for this episode and what we're going to get into today me too. Yes well for our listeners. Can you tell us a little bit about what you specialize in absolutely so. My specialty is attachment work. So that's really rooted in attachment theory attachment styles. Lots of people have heard at least a little bit. About what those things are. We talk about secure attachment anxious attachment of Attachment disorganized attachment. And really what we're talking about is a relational pattern that begins in infancy so it starts from the very very beginning. Our very first interactions with our caregivers. And when i love about attachment work is that it can actually changing shift over our lifespan with awareness and with practice and with work. We can shift that so if we ended up in a family where maybe we didn't have the best types of interactions or we didn't get the care above that we that we really need it we are able to in our In our adult lives to really shift and focus on gaining more secure attachment. So that is really what. That's what specialize in and it's so wonderful to see people being able to Discover more joy in their relationships and feel more confident and who they are so. I'm super passionate about this. Work has an it. Sounds like incredibly fulfilling work like therapist is but when you are really seeing that change within relationship that just feels so powerful. It is especially because anyone you think about it. Relationships are so central to our lives and to our well-being i mean. Actually you know. Having solid healthy relationships actually changes how how we feel in our bodies right it changes how excited we are about living our lives and it changes how we feel about being in the world and so i think that anything that we can do to improve those relationships and really optimize how we communicate with each other is is. It's incredible work like it's very worthwhile. Yes yes and the thought to of you know how it changes. I feel like i definitely had a misconception. When i i like way back heard o- attachment theory. It's these four kind of styles. And then i i remember being like. Oh no is it like it's fixed and then you're just stuck with that like that's not fun and things like that is kind of a common misconception of that. It's this is kind of what you're stuck with and you know it doesn't quite change but it so to hear of how much it's actually malleable. And it can change. Yes definitely i think. The other misconception. I think happens is that we only have one attachment style. And it's just not true. You know like. I really I've studied a lot of dianne. Poole hellers work and she really talks about it as being sort of like up high right and so we all have different different size slices of the different attachment styles. And so we can really you know be primarily securer which is kind of what we're all working towards But then depending on the relationships that were in. Whether that's a partnership of friendship or family relationship different aspects of our attachment styles can appear and so. I think it's really important to recognize that we all have work to do regardless of how we grew up or regardless of how solid are sort of like early life foundation was we all have different ways that we can improve how we relate to each other so it's good work for all of us to be focusing on yes and i feel like like you said foundational. I mean if everything that happens is within relationship and even if it's the relationship to ourselves and we're surrounded by a relationship than that just feels like a primary foundational element that has to be a part of almost every therapy if you like. It could be every therapy that that could be a part of. Yes absolutely anti think that bringing attachment work regardless of what type of therapist you are bringing some knowledge and understanding of attachment. I think can really inform and change your practice and it applies to every single client that we work with right because all of us grew up in in a family or caregiver type of situation and so we all have different ways that we can be healing

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Relationship and attachment, why they matter, with Elizabeth Gillette

Creative Therapy Umbrella

04:52 min | 7 months ago

Relationship and attachment, why they matter, with Elizabeth Gillette

"All right elizabeth. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here in chat with you today. Likewise i know we can already probably record five episodes. But i'm really excited for this episode and what we're going to get into today me too. Yes well for our listeners. Can you tell us a little bit about what you specialize in absolutely so. My specialty is attachment work. So that's really rooted in attachment theory attachment styles. Lots of people have heard at least a little bit. About what those things are. We talk about secure attachment anxious attachment of Attachment disorganized attachment. And really what we're talking about is a relational pattern that begins in infancy so it starts from the very very beginning. Our very first interactions with our caregivers. And when i love about attachment work is that it can actually changing shift over our lifespan with awareness and with practice and with work. We can shift that so if we ended up in a family where maybe we didn't have the best types of interactions or we didn't get the care above that we that we really need it we are able to in our In our adult lives to really shift and focus on gaining more secure attachment. So that is really what. That's what specialize in and it's so wonderful to see people being able to Discover more joy in their relationships and feel more confident and who they are so. I'm super passionate about this. Work has an it. Sounds like incredibly fulfilling work like therapist is but when you are really seeing that change within relationship that just feels so powerful. It is especially because anyone you think about it. Relationships are so central to our lives and to our well-being i mean. Actually you know. Having solid healthy relationships actually changes how how we feel in our bodies right it changes how excited we are about living our lives and it changes how we feel about being in the world and so i think that anything that we can do to improve those relationships and really optimize how we communicate with each other is is. It's incredible work like it's very worthwhile. Yes yes and the thought to of you know how it changes. I feel like i definitely had a misconception. When i i like way back heard o- attachment theory. It's these four kind of styles. And then i i remember being like. Oh no is it like it's fixed and then you're just stuck with that like that's not fun and things like that is kind of a common misconception of that. It's this is kind of what you're stuck with and you know it doesn't quite change but it so to hear of how much it's actually malleable. And it can change. Yes definitely i think. The other misconception. I think happens is that we only have one attachment style. And it's just not true. You know like. I really I've studied a lot of dianne. Poole hellers work and she really talks about it as being sort of like up high right and so we all have different different size slices of the different attachment styles. And so we can really you know be primarily securer which is kind of what we're all working towards But then depending on the relationships that were in. Whether that's a partnership of friendship or family relationship different aspects of our attachment styles can appear and so. I think it's really important to recognize that we all have work to do regardless of how we grew up or regardless of how solid are sort of like early life foundation was we all have different ways that we can improve how we relate to each other so it's good work for all of us to be focusing on yes and i feel like like you said foundational. I mean if everything that happens is within relationship and even if it's the relationship to ourselves and we're surrounded by a relationship than that just feels like a primary foundational element that has to be a part of almost every therapy if you like. It could be every therapy that that could be a part of. Yes absolutely anti think that bringing attachment work regardless of what type of therapist you are bringing some knowledge and understanding of attachment. I think can really inform and change your practice and it applies to every single client that we work with right because all of us grew up in in a family or caregiver type of situation and so we all have different ways that we can be healing

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James Franco Settles Sexual Misconduct Suit

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

James Franco Settles Sexual Misconduct Suit

"Over sexual misconduct allegations. CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette reports settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit filed against James Franco. I'm not Santa Claus. All right, maybe you go by water for everybody. Greg, the actor who won a Golden Globe for his performance in the disaster artist, was accused of intimidating former students. To take part and exploitative sexual situations at an acting school he founded. It closed in 2017. Franco's attorneys had previously called the lawsuit's claims false and legally baseless. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed. Wendy Gillette, CBS

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Seattle's UW bans students from in-person classes after attending large party

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Seattle's UW bans students from in-person classes after attending large party

"In Seattle, is dealing with a potential super spreader event after a large group of students gathered for a snow party on fraternity row during the recent winter storm. This student wait in what it is, is that they are just so isolated that they only see themselves so they don't think they're exposing everyone else. The students are strongly advised to quarantine. Wendy Gillette, CBS News

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Massachusetts will vaccinate companions who accompany older people to appointments

Howie Carr

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Massachusetts will vaccinate companions who accompany older people to appointments

"To sign up for so called companion appointments for the coronavirus shot yesterday, Governor Charlie Baker said people who accompany those 75 older to their vax appointments at the big sites such as Gillette can get their shots as well. Ads are popping up on Craigslist and read it with people offering to pay to transport senior citizens too. Get their shots. Meanwhile, teachers are not so

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Emotional Maps And Mind Body Integrated therapy

Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

06:28 min | 9 months ago

Emotional Maps And Mind Body Integrated therapy

"Beverly thank you very much for coming on the podcast episode on quite happy that we've been able to shed gillette time to have the interview. We started talking about this on a forum. Forward to geogra- photon full balloon. Second brian and we started talking about the psychology side of things in how the brain processes things in various Topics we dogged in. And i decided to get you on because i wanted to find out more about some of the work that you're doing have got a specific interest. In how the brain processes information. But i'd like to find out more information about also how emotions play a key role in how the body processes information. You came out with some really interesting information of that and then also dive into some of the things that you're talking about the neural maps in and some of the biotechnology. So if you can start tell the listeners. A bit more about yourself. And then we'll dive into some of the questions for first of all thank you lance for me. It's really an honor to the on your podcast. A little bit about. I have been a mind body. Integrative therapist for over thirty three years in private practice in santa fe new mexico. And my buddy. Integrative therapist is an umbrella term that i developed quite a while ago to encompass all the different aspects of what i do my licenses etc cetera. So i'm a clinical counselor. And i'm a body worker manual therapists and i'm a naturopathic doctor and i also not for thirty three years but since two thousand and thirteen or thereabouts have been doing bio energetically in working to map the bio energetic field. So i work with clients. My specialty is and has been in trauma. Big t. little t and but it all boils down to helping people. Release the grip of that old patterning on their brain behavior of their perceptions emotions eccentric cetera. And so i've also studied a lot about the way. The brain works the way the brain patterns information and i've developed some ways of really beginning to change some of those old well warm neuro trackways that it's like the maps that we follow our default. I've really been able to help a lot of my clients. Get free of those old patterns and develop new trackways new pathways of behavior perception ways of experiencing themselves in the world in the world in relation to themselves so this quite a lot of topics. And there's quite a lot of information in that introduction. It's not a bad thing. I think this much interesting information in there. Which i think can be really valuable because i've been doing a lot of research on how brian processes out learns how things have subconscious ties into behaviors and also cognitive biases. The reason why. I wanted to get you on his actually find out more about the the areas that you're looking into specifically to actually find out how you change the mapping. That's quite a tricky thing to do. Because obviously when you start dealing with subconscious you talking about a lot of strongly program behaviors and they tied very deeply into emotional state and also the motions because i said tightly integrated it's quite interesting to to see how you're able to change that. I think we can. We can probably have a lot of really about just that part of it so the first thing wanted to find out a bit more is your research. How did you get involved with it. And what have you learned from that. That bioenergetics youth so years ago. There was a series of conferences being held in santa fe called science and consciousness. And i would go to those conferences and partake in a lot of the different programs offered for of years scientists from russia youth constituting caracal was invited to speak and he would show his equipment and equipment. I'm using the guests. Discharge visualization electron photonic imaging system and he would present the research teams doing spatially like like measuring and mapping the energetics and different sacred sites and the research that they were doing in hospitals and clinics universities etc etc and i was fascinated by that and determine that one way or another i would eventually get that equipment and start doing my own research and use it with clients and just not my own interests and in two thousand thirteen. I did manage to get a camera. And it's a camera equipment that there's a lot of different aspects because they have the professional system they use it in hospitals and clinics in russia about sixty to other countries. It's scientific research quality equipment and it comes with a very sophisticated suite of software based on different algorithms that have been tested and retested and to healthy years mostly in russia and and what it allows me to do is i can. Test spatial feels the effects of our energy. Thoughts are feelings. Different things that are providing em- put into a space a room and environment and see the effects of that. I can contest the same facts in water. Which is quite an amazing recorder and actually also transmitter works two ways and most importantly i can task. What's going on in individuals and this equipment enables me to be able to test the second emotional field which the russians referred to as the informational feel for very important reasons and also the the physical field. The functional energy of all the organs. How well they're working etc etcetera.

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Healthcare Workers Document Trip To Super Bowl 55

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Healthcare Workers Document Trip To Super Bowl 55

"Night. It's now over, though, for dozens of health care workers who take a day trip to Tampa to see the Super Bowl. Red eyes. No problem When you fly in style on aircraft, the Patriots team plane WBZ TV snick Giovanni welcomes from home what many were describing as a trip of a lifetime. For some, it was actually the first football game for one person, actually their first flight to get their unbelievable. I've never won anything. So this is was this very big surprise. Roughly 80 Healthcare workers met here Gillette Sunday morning that once they touchdown attempt, but they're all greeted by Patriots owner Robert Kraft before joining 7500 fellow Frontline workers inside Raymond James Stadium to see firsthand Tom Brady secure his seventh. Super Bowl ring while spreading the word for everyone to get vaccinated when it's your turn. And the

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Harris Shot In Final Seconds Leads Philadelphia 76ers Past Los Angeles Lakers 107-106

Get Up!

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Harris Shot In Final Seconds Leads Philadelphia 76ers Past Los Angeles Lakers 107-106

"Lakers and the sixers play the game for the night last night. Lebron james lakers was there and of course. It was a night of solemn remembrance for many in philadelphia including joel embiid who was remembering kobe. Angie bryan with his custom shoes and it was a moment of silence for kobe. Philly native bellamy take into the third quarter with the sixers. Five with this very scary moments. Look gillette who go up and come down hard scary anyone be that but worst of all for embiid and it is lebron who makes the contact there and beat goes down hard and was in obvious pain afterwards. He said this you look at it a very dangerous player. Not guaranteed dining was may i would have probably been ejected. Maybe one way or another thankfully he came back and he was like fourth quarter. Pick it up a little over a minute. Left the lakers are down four. That's contagious. Caldwell pulled for three in the corner lakers within one lebron by the way had thirty four afterwards stop fifteen seconds to play. Lebron anthony davis yes. A at twenty three lakers the thirteen. Nothing to take the lead with eleven seconds left sixers last shot. Where are you going to go. Tobias harris for three to it's called he knocked it in twenty four points for harris twenty. Four embiid the lakers first road loss of the season. Sixers take it one seven one. Oh

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Massachusetts To Open Three New Mass Vaccination Sites

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Massachusetts To Open Three New Mass Vaccination Sites

"Vaccination sites opening up in the next couple of weeks here in Massachusetts, Springfield, Dampers and Roxbury, the locations these in addition to Fenway Park in Gillette Stadium Governor Charlie Baker at the end of this week, there will be 103 publicly available vaccine sites in Massachusetts. Between these sites, another vaccine clinics for places like long term care facilities. We'll have capacity to administer. 242,000 vaccinations per week on by mid February, way planned to have 165 publicly available vaccination sites. With the capacity to administer 305,000 vaccines for weak governor also says Phase two of the distribution plan will begin next Monday for the first priority Group, which includes those 75 older, those 65 older and individuals with two or more calm abilities will be in the second priority group. Seven

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"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

04:27 min | 11 months ago

"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Going inside your body to help your muscles to grow recover from our workouts in cycling bags of myles munroe. It just felt like when i was listening to that video particularly surrounding vision is like he's speaking. He's speaking my language right now. This is resonating. How often do you listen to his speeches. Like do you listen to them when you're low or when you need that reminder do you listen to them like every quarter when you're like okay. I'm i'm now. I need to do this in the next three months. Or is it a passion or is it a function. it varies. It varies because sometimes i'll listen to him every day and then there's been times where i'm like are empowered up on good right now at this point i think the last time i listened to a videos maybe a week or week and a half ago but i feel like i feel like it was certainly not do some good in like the next week or so to revisit that again. I'm about to begin to really start training hard and and putting my body mind through a lot of do a lot of hard work on this road to tokyo and thinking of do some good to revisit some of those things to get a refresher. I had a video that i watched. When i was writing a book i have squirrelled myself away to somewhere where there were no people and i was i had internet connection and that was it and i listen to this video like every morning just to get me going. It's like remind yourself and this in particular was like don't get up and make a sandwich. Don't clean your sock drawer. Don't do any sit down and just write the damn fail and it feels to me like that's how you're using these videos like you know the library so you're like this is a top up. Your this is part of your ritual part of your routine young. I'm struck by the fact that as an elite athlete as a global superstar athlete. You have that vision baked into your everyday life. How can everyday people who aren't going to tokyo. Twenty twenty one. What do you see the way others might find vision. When it doesn't have such a clear outcome. I think that we we as people will just have to start to stop comparing our visions to others in his in his heart because as human beings we're creatures of comparing contrast we look at what we do and compare it against what others are doing but the reality of it is if that is your vision and is something that you wholeheartedly believe event. Then that's all you really need. It is your unique vision for life and vision for success. It means something in may not look like a little goal medal but it is a gold medal. Because you are. You saw it in advance. You did what you needed to do to bring it into reality for more on lex to let go to lex. Gillette dot com for show notes and links to stories mentioned in this episode goto standing on the shoulders dot net standing on. The shoulders is a story production. This episode was produced by schutte ravindra and it was edited by ian steedman. Our audio engineer and sound design is by kenya. Jay scarlet artwork by daring garrett website by eden bracken very are executive producers hugh gary and caroline leary. It's supported by pearson and hosted by alex tasking. It takes a lot of time and a big team of people to make this podcast more than most people would imagine. So if you like the show please go to apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get your podcast fix and rate. It really does help people to discover us. That was the last episode that we had for this season. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next time.

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"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

08:31 min | 11 months ago

"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"How do you balance that self confidence with you know like hey i know what i'm doing and i trust myself to make the right decisions with other people saying you shouldn't be doing it like that or you need to be doing it like this. How do you how. How does that battle look within yourself. This is a matter of building your circle knowing. Who's in your circle and in acknowledging the fact that. Hey there's a lot of things that i know and i'm confident and but there are a lot of things i don't know as well but that's why have my coach. That's why. I have a strength and conditioning coach in the dietitian. All of these other people and you literally app to lean on them but sometimes things just go wrong in two thousand fifteen on a world championship and lex lapped and ended up sprawled on the side of the pit. His tights were ripped up. His elbow was mashed up and usually his guide. Wesley claps when lex is running towards the pit to let him know when it's safe to leap but this time the claps echoed in the stadium or maybe they just got drowned out by the noise of the crowd. Lex thought that he had missed his shot but it turns out he had one more try so he jumped and ended up winning the gold medal. What happened how do you know when you've made a mistake. You know you suggested that you know okay if you found a team member who doesn't who isn't right. How do you deal with. Like i know for myself. I'm terrible at that. I will hold onto a bad decision. Just because it's almost inertia is going to keep me there rather than just being like no. I'm going to stop this now. And i'm going to move forward. Where are you in that continuing. It's hard it's definitely hard. A lot of stems from at least for me is not wanting to know. You don't want to hurt anybody's feelings. Or make them feel like they're inadequate or make them feel as though the work that they've done has been Not as good or not as useful so building up. The courage to be open and honest is very important being vulnerable. That's huge and i think that on a lot of ways to you if you built your circle up in a way that these are individuals who genuinely care for you when you're vulnerable. You put your thoughts in an ideas out there. I think it also gives those around you permission to do the same approach clearly paying off and twenty nineteen at the world paralympics championship in dubai. Likes one yet another gold medal and he broke a seventeen year championship record. Do you have any thoughts on what will replace the role of sport in your life. You've been an athlete a professional athlete for a long time. And it's part of your identity in all aspects of psychological. Well being the physical well-being the public persona the private self. All of those things are bound up within your identity as an athlete. But you know this too shall pass. Yeah so i started a speaker business probably year and a half ago. So i've been doing that. Which has been a lot of fun. A wrote a book last year and that released in april. I think that after. I'm done with sport. I'll certainly continue to roam business and continue to speak. I don't enjoy myself in a eight to five job. And certainly nothing wrong with that. But i think that for the past sixteen seventeen years. I've literally been doing this since i was a teenager. Tell me a bit about myles. Munroe and how you discovered him. Mouths monroe is. He's a lot of things he's a he's a he's a businessman. He's a speaker philanthropist. I stumbled upon him. Because i had a Mrs sherman is someone who i've known since i was three years old. She's basically besides my mom she's been through the entire joining with me in life and she's a transition counselor She's she's pretty phenomenal. And i'll never forget we were. I'm not sure where we were coming from. But whenever i go back home to raleigh north carolina will find time to to meet up or go out to eat. And i wanna say we were sitting in a car and somehow she randomly asked me. Have you ever heard of miles monroe. I'm in my rome or something. Oh man mr said. I should look myles munroe. Let me check this dude out. So i'll get on youtube and immediately. I'm listening to the titles of different videos. When i choose to click on. He had one called like right. People need visions and dreams and is like an hour and a half long in house ministers powerful and here. Of course we're talking about the vision of not exactly foresight or a strategic planning or just an imagining of who you are not physical eyesight not vision in the biological sense right. Yeah literally what is it that you see for your life. Where do you see beyond the horizon. The your ability to see things before they exist. And i remember asking my friend. Is it possible to have a mentor in not actually meeting this person in real life because he died he died not long. You discovered him right. Yeah maybe a year. He died in a in a plane crash and asked when i went on online. That's when i knew the magnitude of of who he was just from other people like barack obama was talking about him and the td jakes of the world and all like just a ton of different people. I'm like wow okay mentioned. He's a pastor right. He's also a speaker so he knows how to use his voice. Can you describe that for me. His voice is very much just ending. When you hear him you listen. He knows how to use his voice as an instrument. He knows when to put more emphasis on certain words he knows when to back off and be a more subtle or soft spoken and it makes the presentation really is almost like an experience. The word vision here as described it does have a double meaning and you said that the first things that really pulled you in you tripped in to his world. Use the word vision. Do you think that was an important aspect of how how you related to him. So for example if he used the word dreams or possible selves. Do you think that that would have been as much of a resonance for you. The video that really drew me to him you know. He talks about vision any talks. About how if it's something that you you really believe in than knew that visions should guide your actions daily. That's what really caused me to gravitate towards him and say that because when i had lost my sight. Nfl isolated in outside of quote unquote normalcy. If you will the one thing that bridge that gap in brought me back to reality is that everything centers around vision you. You create a plan. A strategy work relentlessly to bring that into fruition and again he just breaks down and makes it so simple in in especially using example of athletics. I want to win a gold medal so it just makes sense to have that discipline to go down to train every day having that discipline the eat the appropriate things to make sure that you're staying nourished or replenish than allowing your muscles to to have the right things.

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"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

07:31 min | 11 months ago

"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Went blind. It was a matter of me becoming comfortable again with with moving around. And i have my mom and a number of individuals who helped me to regain their confidence to get back out there and run and jump and roll around in the grass and all of those things mom. She was never the type of person where fouls doing flips outside than she was a sign. You need stop that she would in a lotta ways encouraged and say. Hey there you go keep working. Keep exploring. keep discovering in. Now i say keep learning learning about yourself about your environment. I mean i'm thinking about right now. The neighborhood where. I grew up the neighborhood that i was last able to see. If we were to go back there right now i will be able to take you on a firsthand best tour of the neighborhood assuming that nothing has changed out be able to show you absolutely everything because data environment. That neighborhood is seared into my mind. I remember where the three steps were that led to the sidewalk to our house. Our member like the five or six steps that it took to get up to the actual front door. I remember what the apartment looks like. There was alleged in front of our -partment building that led to a the small grassy area. I will be able to take you through all of those scenes. Those events those places in it's like never has left in. So as i move through life right now places that i am very familiar with. I have vivid images of those places in things in my mind which allows me to be able to to move and navigate very freely. Because i have this vision in that allows me to just be very confident and bold and intentional in my actions the movement so when you talk about sport and being introduced to long jump something that out out of all of the sports is like wow okay. The blind guy chooses to run as fast as he can throw himself in the air. Like wow you think about that type of sport. I've used those same skills that i learned at an early age tapping into my my spatial awareness and appropriate sanction. Growing up lex loved sports especially basketball. He would listen to games on the radio. And he would dream of leaping. Michael jordan bud is life as a student. Athlete found him by accident one day when he was fourteen he and his classmates had to a standing long jump as part of a fitness test and he beat everybody. This feeling was invigorating. He actually beat his classmates who could see so he joined the school track team. Two years after he graduated from high school lex took part in his first international event in quebec in canada throughout his training he was supported by a loyal coach and a trustworthy team they became is is years. They were his visual scratch pad. They helped him to see what was around him. In an international arena when there are thousands of people watching and screaming from the stands. I have my coach or my guide who they give me that same type of layout of what the environment is. How long runway is how wide it is where the take off point is how far the take off. Point is actually away from the sampit. How long the sampit is how wide this amp it is in. We're essentially going through a lot of the same steps. That i would go through as a child and it again creates this visual this image inside of my mind so that i feel comfortable. I feel confident in. I'm able to be incredibly intentional in my action in that space because a lot of ways it can actually see what's going on. You are literally just pouting. You're going faster than most people can actually run frankly. Can you recall what that what the feeling is when you were doing that. Or when i suppose more likely when you did it for the first time and you realized no harm would come and it was like well duh. This is what i'm gonna do. This feels amazing. The feeling was as you can imagine the first portion of that is you. Try for the first time. This is scary yoga a little bit of trust that you're trying to work through in terms of trusting the person who's clapping yelling for you and then there's that layer of trust at that deals with you. You actually getting to the point where you can trust yourself at once. I got to the point where i was super comfortable house like all this. This is fun. This is what i wanna do. It transformed into a a freedom of sorts. It was something that i could do. I realized that i was good at it. And there was no one in the world who who could tell me that you're not able to do this. That confidence lex rack up a number of big wins over the next few years and by two thousand eleven he was also triple jumping. He won the bronze medal for it at the ipc athletics world championships in christchurch in new zealand and later that year at another championship meet in mesa arizona. He won the gold medal for the long jump and set a new world record. In the course of all of this lex became the first blind athlete to ever long jump beyond the twenty two foot barrier. I knew that i had built confidence in my mind that listen. It really doesn't matter what anyone else says. I know that this is what i can do. Who cares what the other people may say. I'm going to go out here and prove you wrong. But i think more than anything. I'm going to prove myself right. Like i know what i'm capable of doing. I have an image of myself that you're not going to ruin that for me because i. This is who i knew i am. This is who i know. I can be the year. Twenty twelve really tested lexus confidence. He was injured a couple of weeks just before a crucial element in canada. It was his first significant injury but he managed to overcome his doubts and he won a silver medal in the paralympic games in london in england the next year he won another gold medal at the world. Championships in lille in france by gravity is not a law nature. But when you think about people's expectations in how they view you in the biases and things like that. That's the gravitational pull figuratively speaking in. When i'm jumping there's no one's holding me down. No one's pulling back i'm soaring over.

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"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

Standing On The Shoulders

07:47 min | 11 months ago

"gillette" Discussed on Standing On The Shoulders

"Guest today is lex. Gillette and i am a paralympic athlete competing for team usa. I am currently in chula vista california. Which is about twenty minutes. South of downtown san. Diego lex is a blind paralympics champion. In the long jump category he is the current world record holder in this field. He won the gold medal for long jump and the last paralympics championship which was in two thousand and nineteen in dubai. He's also a motivational speaker and a singer songwriter. Like screw up. in raleigh. north carolina had a really good childhood. I would say prior to me. Lose my site. I was very active kid. Mom and i pretty much. It was the two of us moms single-parent and she had me involved in a lot of different activities played recreational baseball and i learned how to swim. I wasn't swimming competitively but glasses naked. I can hold my own will run into the cannonballs not other stuff into the water. My mom she would take me to the park and we walk a lot of places. My mom is visually impaired also I experienced site loss at an early age. I had actually come home from school and that night. That's when i started noticing that i was i was losing my sight randomly out of the blue. How we. I was at that particular time house seven. Just a little fella. Do you remember what it was that you can. I don't know what the nature of your site loss. And the sort of degeneration how quickly it happened or even sort of what it looked like it was lights are blurry hearts reflection in the mirror. Things were looking faint will blurry there were a lot of ways kind of disfigured a little bit and the next day we went to the doctor and After an examination the said i needed to have an emergency operation because all suffering from retinal detachments. I've heard stories of retinal detachments and how terrifying they are just simply because you know it happened so fast and it's painless isn't it. It's not painful. Experience guests a total like a flip at a light switch. Will everything looks fine. One minute in a few minutes later man. This is totally different. Once you noticed it was it back and forth. It was a gradual decrease. So i wanna say from that point up until i was basically like eight years old over the next year. I had ten operations to try to fix the issue in it was go in everything would be fine. The operation seem successful. I will be able to see for three or four weeks or so. And after that time i we'll get blurry again and each time it will get worse than time before in terms of excruciating. I think the first one two three four maybe operations. You're you're pretty optimistic in thinking that it's going to work in. You're going to be able to to see clearly again. You won't have to worry about going to the doctor anymore. And then you get to the latter part of the ten eight nine ten in. I think that i had subconsciously. Gotten to the point. Where i this is going to be reality and my need to figure out what's going to be next. How are we going to do this. And then after the tenth one. The doctors confirmed that with. Hey there's nothing else. We can do the likelihood of you. Being blind is pretty high. That's heavy for seven eight year old for you but also there's there's something else that's going on at that time. Which is your becoming a social creature rain and all of this going into surgery and coming out and recovery and all of that kind of thing is disrupting your social life man. That's a really good question. I think the challenge at that time is trying to make that transition because this yet can you prepare for those types of things because again to your point. You're trying to figure out life at that time you making friends. And the average kid isn't probably as in dealing with something like the magnitude of losing their sight so they're just just trying to learn learn about their friends and their environment and how to navigate traverse. Do life gradually like says he just got used to this new reality and so did his friends and his cousins they were empathetic about it and naturally a little curious but they didn't treat him any differently always included him in their adventures and soon lex learn to visualize things around him he would assemble a kind of scratch pad image of his environment to be able to get safely around. He ran outside. He built a tree. House even learned to roller skate and throughout his mother was a crucial source of support. One stories. I love to hear my mom talk about is. She said that she was in our living room. And she was like praying or meditating. And i run up to her tapper mom. I need to learn how to read dots and she says that when i had told her that at that point it was okay. This is confirmation that my son understands it. He gets it in knows that this is this is life. this is reality. This is the path that we're going to go down from narrow. It was her being able to get out there and do everything possible to make sure that i would have everything. I'll need to be independent and self-sufficient move forward. A single mama encouraged abo-. When did you realize your mother was a fierce. Probably i would say going into once. I got to the age while really understood what was going on. I knew that there were these. Iep meetings individualized education plans. And so in these i. p. meetings mom she would go in there in in pretty sure. There are many times where she had to fight tooth and nail to ensure that. I got this piece of technology or a. Have this book in braille or. I had teachers who were going to set the same standards and expectations that she did. I think that she was relentless. In that fact in was very much listened this is this is the environment and the atmosphere that that he resides in. When he's here. My house. And i want this to be consistent across the board is an incredibly physical thing and especially the kind of thing that you're doing where you are running hell for leather in that direction and you can't see so. Can you talk a little bit about the experience of learning what your body did in your boundaries were and weather. Sport was part of that renegotiation. The beauty of my situation is that i was active prior to losing my sight and after i did finally.

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"gillette" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"gillette" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"They don't want they want to build relationships in WanNa know like entrust you in interview as the rotor. They WanNa know about your life and so I would say my first question you know. Somebody wanted to start growing their Mrs Instagram's get your instagram page. Don't have two pages. Nobody can manage business. May What are you gonNA put Your Business Page like all busy soldiers delete that? I know it's hard on your mom. And you have kids in your letting strangers I have over eleven thousand followers. I have some creepy people. Ian Seeing my kids and all that obviously. I'm not like broadcast where they go to school. Or anything like that Making your page public and treating it more like you know who gets no you and following other realtors. That do instagram. Well for inspiration a few relatives that I suggest following. Would I be you can follow me at in? Its action under SORGIA lead. I love following Steve. Mcvay WHO's in Texas and Sharon White? Who's on my team? I feel like they do such a good job where you feel like you know their kids. You know their kids names. You know when their birthday is like you just you you just kind of like development relationship where you don't even you may never met them in person but you feel like your friends and so one is following people that are doing it. Well it may be. Don't copy them but look at what they're doing you know it's really important to get your face out there on Instagram. And it can feel very weird like taking your cell phone in into about you know. I'm about to go show a home while Talking to people you're developing these relationships and you can post on instagram story of video of you talking into the camera in you just shared all of that followers. I think a lot of people get hung up on the fact that they don't have a lot of followers and the reality is if you only have twenty followers that still twenty people if you are those twenty people over for dinner tonight. It wouldn't even fit around on Youtube off so don't get consumed with A. Nobody's watching my stories. Just starting small saying consistent it will definitely pay off and watching by PAT at the senior past watching youtube videos with tips and things and how to boost engagement and all that can just really your business would very doing that. Watching and they are light wanting to up their instagram. Gained to you guys are probably familiar with Stephanie. Main ghosts awesome on instagram. Doing her instagram rock. On relying seven by banks methods. Not Get you the information. Bishnu really helped with everything. Sheehan saying And my the quite definitely like help with a roadmap in plan are just different..

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"gillette" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"gillette" Discussed on The Travel Wins

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"gillette" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"gillette" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"That's a possibility. I think it will all boil down to you. Know who whoever is being employed making sure that that they're aware of all of that potential clients customers that that could walk through the door and know how to assist them in the most reasonable manner. And we have to push for that Ex. Yeah I mean there's always I mean there's there's many ways we can can help people these days so Yeah I mean. I know I'm going to a hotel restaurants where the employees have Romney. The main you which is which is awesome. But when you get to the room yeah I guess you could probably call room service as well but then you I mean sometimes you may feel like you want the time to be able to make that make that decision or maybe you don't want to you know. Be on be that person that has the the employees on the pro reading everything. Thank you very well. Not Bacon cheeseburger. Ganapati tell me what was on that cops out like that would probably not good possibly put a person on the other end. Even though that their job they might be in the back of their head. Pick somebody so given. You could actually have that accessible menu. Yeah in Braille large print or or again. If there's some way to to turn it into an audible audible piece then that'd be awesome. Yeah I mean that and like I said they wouldn't have to do it for all do have to make six hundred menus for six hundred rooms. They would just have to make maybe five you know so. At least it's yeah for sure. I figure that one out absolutely that was easy. We figured out we got we got. We got a An option my weekend no work on during the time of just. I mean what the heck uncertainty. Yeah well you can always come idea. Well you know like I said you know the the idea that technology somebody from Marriott or Hilton or one of the big changes might listen to this podcast especially if I tag them and Hashtag them on all the social media right and maybe the way I always tell people's maybe they won't go. I listen to this podcast with Pete from the Travel Winston and Lex Gillette and gave me the idea. I'm going to give them full credit. But you more more than likely it's going to be planting a seed. Yeah you know. That's all it takes today and I think that we've gotten to the point now where they would be able to you know my head. I feel like they will be able to make that adjustment pretty pretty easily because things are made accessible right. I mean things can be made accessible very quickly depending on. When did they use someone like yourself? You know as spokesperson for for why and how they're doing it and to explain it to others it's social media can be very very positive right openreach figured out. What are the other question? I wanted to ask you and I don't WanNa get too much of your time when you're when you're traveling to all these different places I I know. A lot of athletes are on a pretty strict diet. You know being a world class athlete. You GotTa be careful what you what you're putting in your body. How difficult is that for you? We like you said you have. Sometimes you have our time even ordering food much less ordering specific food or food. You're trying to avoid. Yep Part for the most part is there's usually something that I can find that fits within my diet. I know that one of the things that that I do is if I'm traveling out of San Diego then I'll use your usually just take some food from from home and and Pakistan's basically but in my bag at least I know what those things I know where it's coming from and know exactly what each packaging etc etc. There are times when I of course by things in the airport and again that goes back to the assistant who helps me out and They do a really good job with excuse me knowing basically where everything is. 'cause they walk around the airport yeah each day and and so they they give me a number of options based on. Well basically just asked me. Hey what do you want? And I'll give them an idea and that's when they'll they'll shoot out. Okay well we are. We got this place..

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"gillette" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

24:34 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Podcast is brought to you by knowledge award. Gillett release. They knew one minute forty eight second commercial on Twitter recently. They got a lot of people talking the ad tackles the issue of what the referred to as toxic masculinity, including bullying, Sex's, talk and violence, linking them to their famous. Tagline? The best man can get. It's the latest example of a brand taking on social issues of the day while the ad is generated some criticism with some men saying they will no longer use their razors. Has this move been an overall win for Gillette joining us on the phone to discuss this right now, Michael Keillor, who's a professor of masculinity. Studies at the university of Calgary in the work Lynn school of education research and also joining his Hank Boyd clinical professor in the marketing department at the university of Maryland Smith school of business. Michael hang thank you both for your time today. My pleasure. Thank you. Great to be here. Thank you. So Michael you work in this area. And look at these types of issues this. Ad comes out in your reaction to it is what I actually quite enthusiastic about the advertisement. I thought activism social activism meets commercialism. I thought this is just one more example of ways in which companies agencies are really reflecting a very different user consumer much, more informed. Consumer and as such I think they're gonna lodging these are current times. And these are current issues of which their consumers are interested in have opinions of. Thank you reaction. I agree wholeheartedly with Michael I think it's wonderful that we've got this progressive era and the progressive tone, saying, let's let's latch onto the issues that really matter to folks, and in the me metoo era, there are companies out there that have strong brands that can definitely move the needle when it comes to something like this. So it's rather bold in terms of how they set up the ad when I think of the best man can get it's always that. I kind of imagery of when you learn to shave. It's usually you're emulating, your father, your father teaches you this is what it means to be a man the best man can get take that slogan and expanded in to just explore its last is it is. I think a great thing. What do you think is the is the impact positively or negatively for Gillette down the road? All go ahead start. I think this is just one example of many that we're going to see and are seeing this is not the first example of a company using this sort of social activism commercialism engagements are things I think the impact and be very positive. I think that, you know, the reaction the negative reaction in particular that seems to be going around social media. And getting a lot of coverage is is a portion of a population men and women who are reacting suggesting that this is an unfair representation or some men are suggesting we get it. We've heard this before we know the message, and how dare a company take the moral high ground that kind of response. I think that Roger will diminish. I think with time we're gonna see more acceptance and aknowledge -ment, which is really interesting because I think that part of what this advertisements points to is historically the ways in which men and masculinity has being performed and part of that is by not being good listeners, by using strategies of aggression to to deal and solve problems in the past. But it is just a snap shop snapshot. And it is historically of you of the Evelyn of masculinity because it does reflect current times in which more men are speaking up and speaking, for example against violence assaults and so forth. Thank your thoughts. I agree. All things must change and keep your brand fresh to keep moving in the right direction. I think. Ran the numbers. They said what's long game here if we look at the audiences of generation Z, and we look at lentils. And what are the thinking this empowerment of women, and it has to dovetail with reigning in this toxic masculinity is the term that we're not using. So it makes sense in that regard. Yes. Always in the short term. They're going to be a few of those stalwart saying, I believe this the old fashioned way in the conservative ways and the sharp gender lines. But that has to give way it's going to be a new day. That's coming. So it's a smart play Gillette to sit down and say, but just see where the where it's all headed. And we want to make sure we position ourselves accordingly. Michael, this this really, I think also goes to kind of the the the culture that we have in amongst us right now, whether it be relationships between parents and their children, what the children are seeing or what their their activities are involved in there, a lot of different pieces to this that that really needs to be looked at it and come together to be able to address this properly. Yeah. I agree completely. And I think I mean, we tossed around the nose toxic. Masculinity fairly liberally more recently. And I think we need to again acknowledged that that that doesn't suggest all men contribute to a particular way of being, but it does point to a dominant narrative about masculinity ways, which boys and men have learned to be men and express masculinity. And you know to that point it is undeniable that the Gillette odd does cop Scher these traditional notions. These stereotypes if you will of being a man, and what that has looked like even their snapshots of commercials from the past and where women are in the kitchen. So the the men who do take exception to this advertisement and are throwing the razors out and up in arms. I think in many ways, ironically. This is yet another opportunity for some men to reflect in the mirror. Look back upon your own narrative of growing up to be a man. And again, these opportunities are not unto themselves. We saw with the politics in the US, and we see it through these advertisements as chances to have a conversation to think back, you know, and to not only think back to think forward about the direction, which we're going in for greater equality to acknowledge different ways of being boys men and is your suggestion around our families to speak with our youth. Both boys and girls because this is not only an advertisement about men and boys. It's an advertisement of power about gender arrangements and the ways that we can actually change these arrangements and be a part. Of that change, both boys and girls men and women because as we know being a man also is grounded in expectations that girls and women have of some men to be certain ways than Hank. I guess moving forward. Then the expectation is that when the opportunity presents itself. The situation presents itself, we may very well see companies like Gillette continued to make and take these stances on these particular issues. I think very much I'd the luxury of standing in the middle of the road and saying I'm not going to take a position, I think the day's gone. And so if you have a really stellar strong ran you've got to take a position and be clear about Nike. I think might be hopefully, the bellwether in terms of where things are headed. They took a chance they said call and capture Nick is making a STAN we are behind this guy. And in the short term, they took it. But in the long run their numbers, and their sales went up accordingly because a lot of people said he IMB. Bodies, what it means to be an American to have a position to believe in something strongly and to stand when others are saying, no, I don't agree with where you stand at this point in time. I think he will be the next Muhammad Ali of his generation, and I think with this Gillette. Ed, the new male or the new man on the horizon. That's where they want to be Michael your thoughts. Yeah. Again agree with Hank anklets and suggest that that the agencies and advertisement companies haven't taken stands, historically. I think is naive. I mean, we need to acknowledge the fact that those some of those advertisements that you actually saw embedded within the Gillette odd. For example, women in the kitchen and men as breadwinners is a stance. It's a reflection of gender range that are part of our narrative along narrative in terms of North American gender. Arrangement. So so that in and of itself are new replicate those images in the past. It is taking a stance. And it is saying something about how we used to think about power and traditional roles, and so now we're actually reflecting and seeing mirrored in different kinds of advertisements shifting understandings of what gender looks like what power looks likes LGBTQ to spirited people are becoming part of the narrative that we see advertisement because agencies are smart, they're savvy, and they know that there's a much more diverse population that they need to reflect in their commercials. But that is you of power Michael is something that I think is important piece to discuss a couple of minutes because we have seen. Unfortunately, a variety of instances within businesses where the use of power by. A man has ended up coming up as a negative and lead to a variety of these situations. There have even been instances probably quite a bit fewer of women that have had this power that have been able to use it to their advantage. Yeah. And and and again power is what the advertiser reflects in terms of the power to be different the power to chart, a different course in terms of speaking up against inequities inequality to to change the course of how we want to raise our boys, for example. And that's the the power to to be all that we can be and to be different. And so for me this again is really provocative advertisements. It's certainly got the conversation going and some have also said oh is. Just just jumping on the bandwagon with Hosh take me to and I would suggest if not just jumping on bandwagon. This is a very smart an intentional opportunity to to reflect realities and for some people to suggest it's it's not accurate again. I would test that we need to think hard about where is backlash coming from. Who are the men and some women who are rejecting this advertisement. I'd have to on that point because you do not tinker with your brand it something that you have to be very strategic about. And when you've looked at the tea leaves and say this direction, we need to go, then you move accordingly. And so yes that you're going to just jump on. This is the new flavor of the month. And we're going to try this. No, you wouldn't do that especially storied brand like Gillette. They would do their homework. I is it surprising Michael that. And there was even a response video that had that has been put out after the after Gillette put out there commercial trying to to push forward some of the issues of the male gender. Is it I guess in this day and age it's not a surprise that video like that would come out. No, you know, we've seen other companies, for example, you know, in bite the public to participate and creating their own advertisements, for example of trucks, and all that they can be sort of thing. And so I think this is again, a reflection of social media of our clients that the people who are looking at these ads and who may buy the product or may not buy the product. So you open yourself up to a dialogue. It's not a one way conversation. So again, I think what Hank was pointed to that Gillette. Would've anticipated this kind of conversation. They may not have anticipated the degree to which it's become international conversation at least in North America. But they knew that this was going to get a reaction and in doing so I don't think that was done, you know, in a misguided kinda manner. It's done in a very powerful man or to to invite participation. So so reaction video is not a surprise again. You you just have to at least I is a masculinity sculler look at who are the men who are rejecting or feeling uncomfortable with this advertisement. And where is there just comfort and oftentimes not to harp on about it goes about it goes back to what we said earlier in terms of the power some men feel threatened by this and they feel threatened by the narrative that it portrays. But again as I said at the beginning, I think this is actually very positive advertisement. And it does reflect in in a much more current perception that masculinity is something that we learn something that we participate in and it's plural that there's multiple ways of being boys and men, and we actually have agencies. So as you watch the advertisement towards the end, you see men as change agents. We don't see, you know, a barrage of images of men who are caring nurturing parenting because that hasn't been the narrative, we see a lot of stereotypes of masculinity, and that points to as we move along in the retirement, the ability to change, and again for me, that's a very positive and reflective of the kinds of power that men and women have to to. Change the the story around gender arrangements. It also going playing off of something Michael said, it also speaks volumes to what is being said in some of these board rooms or in some of these marketing offices of companies, and obviously with with adverbs that are working with some of these companies as well the types of discussions that are going on to to want to address some of the issues that are on the on the forefront of people's minds right now. I absolutely agree. I think it opened the door to something. Let's call it productive masculinity. The idea that we can sort of say you have this power. And if you channel in the right way, you can do these things that affect good change in society. I've thought about there was a response by a manufacturer watch or something more or less saying think of first responders think of folks that are soldiers, sailors, marines, they're out there defending the country that former masculinity is celebrating and should be celebrated. And as we go forward, and we. Think of the next generation of boys as we're raising them to say that here the things he can channel that energy in these areas, and it can be better for all that that is a good thing. And that's definitely something. I'm sure that a lot of these ad agencies. A lot of the marketing departments were large companies are out there saying how do we build that narrative? How do we Bill that's going forward? And it's in keeping with society's at it. Does this also filtered down, do you think to light? Let's just say what you what you are doing in your teachings at the university of Maryland. Oh, absolutely. I think that one of the things that we try to do at the university of Maryland is to say that decision makers come in the room, it is a group effort. So we talk about when guys engaged in men explaining or when they dominated conversation, and sort of push the women to the margin in the group, and the women have really good ideas. That is not good for the organization. So you have to find a form and a way in which everyone feels that our voices valued. And that you listen in the best idea wins. And I think that one of the things that's intriguing if you look at the makeup of class. In the NBA programs and at the undergrad level. You have a strong representation of women key. Now going forward is to make sure that when we have these team projects and these exercises that the women's voices are heard their contributions are something that sell for the entire audience. Michael your thoughts. Yeah. Just as a teacher educator. I mean case, and and this is very much an opportunity for teachers beginning teachers and veteran teachers to use this as a springboard for conversation with students to think about power gender to think about the ways in which we can disrupt or interrupt this notion of boys being boys and for me. I actually have been using it this past week to talk about how you develop lessons. How do you work with students high school students younger students to look at those images and thank them critically and think about. What this tells us as a opportunity to think of our own gendered identities, and how we can the critical educators with students, and and help them to learn differently about the ways in which they're portrayed, and what that story is told them from the past and what it says about where we're going in the future. Again, I hate to harp on about the potential that these kinds of conversations have for again, contributing to a much more progressive discussion and much more thoughtful way for reimagining, masculinity and reimagining gender arrangement. I think Michael into touch on the the issue social media again for a second. But I think it's it's important to note that that social media is being used as a vehicle to get this message out. But also some of the issues that are out there as well are being enhanced. Danced by social media. So we're using the same medium, unfortunately, it's being used on both sides of the fence here. Yes. And and you know, it's I found it interesting have a fifteen year old son. And so when this first came out on social media, I sold it to him and how this conversation with him. And his response was kind of. So what's the issue here? And he said, well, there are some who are reacting very strongly negatively against this. And his response was he thinks that those men must be overly sensitive to how they're being portrayed. And he said this is accurate. And so I thought that was really interesting for him as a fifteen year old boy and he saw nothing wrong. He thought that was the accurate rendering of gender and the ability to be different was kind of a no brainer from from fifteen-year-olds voice. Thank your support of contra. I have a daughter who's nine. And so when I showed it to my daughter, she was looking at it right away. She's road on the bowling, and she's a bully BUSTER. So she thinks that is really wrong. And it's something that should not happen, especially in the school environment. And that's a bit of a paradigm shift as a parent. I remember what like going through school, especially elementary school that Bowie's report of life. You just accept these kids, and they're not gonna like you and you've got to navigate your way through. But it's a new era where we're saying we can take that out of the equation, there shouldn't be this sort of Gress toxic of the masculinity. As far as the ad is captured eight four four Wharton is the number to give us a call eight four four nine four two seven eight six or if you'd like Senator comment via Twitter, either at this radio one thirty two are my Twitter account, which is at Dan Loney? Twenty one the other part, it is again, I I wanna touch on Michael for a second because I know of a friend of mine who has a nine year old daughter and hang dresses to use have a nine year old as well that his nine year old daughter was. Called a a certain derogatory name on the school bus by ten year old boy, and I wanna take this back to the parental side of this recession. If ten year old boy is saying something to a nine year old girl on a bus. Then we're talking about a real culture problem that that needs to be addressed between the parents and the kids themselves. I agree the entire community has to be involved. So the parents of the boys parents of the girl they need to set out and say, what is acceptable order the boundaries. And it's not an easy conversation to have. But it's one we have to have. It's almost as if it's this pushback of that old guard of school saying, well is masculine you. Gotta do these boys will be boys. That's the end. We've got to revisit this. We've got to change it accordingly. If all parties are involved, I think we will get there. Michael your thoughts. Yeah. Again, this is clearly a chance to again reflect on listening to your examples with nine and ten year olds. This is a conversation that we as parents as educators, you know, as agencies commercials, these need to invite participation and to suggest that this kind of gender imbalance and inequities is going to resolve itself. Again is naive. I it will remain as President Trump said at one point that's just locker room talk. And that really does do a disservice to men and women's abilities to to change the course here to redefined kind of relationships both within work and family within our day-to-day that we want to participate in and I was at the women's March on the weekend. And there was an increase in number of boys young up to teenagers and men. Alongside women as allies. And this is largely what the conversation can be. How do we participate as partners to change how we understand gender power and the day to day interactions, and it is no longer a matter as we once thought it was a biology that this is just natural for boys to be aggressive and tries or to aggression notion of biology, dictating our behaviors is being challenged. And this is a good example of showing how we learn these behaviors we learn what's acceptable. And we also learn what locker room talk sounds like like and how it gets maintains or perpetuated gentleman. I have to end it. There were at the top of the hour. Michael. Thank you, hang as well. For more insight from knowledge at Warton, please. Visit knowledge dot Morton dot U, Penn dot EDU.

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"gillette" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Data. They don't they don't. They don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex in razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety-five. My life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird and. Think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have we been doing this show, and we've talked about how the left in the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values. Right. Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd puritanical do set of demands or you can't you can't you can't talk about any of these things like you have to at the same time be way over the line in break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. New religious. It's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too afraid of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome. And we'll now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to old girls not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them in cap, call that is a good thing. Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly the opposite. I taught my son how to whistle. I put my kidding pack called class teaching him. How to be a better cat. I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker and all the smart all construction site are all. Yeah..

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"gillette" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So you have this Gillette ad that I told you about I was early on this train. I was one of the ones that figured out that this was going to get a lot of attention. Don't be shirk don't abuse people don't pick on people. And you know, it's like, yeah. We know this has nothing to do with masculinity. You can just call this PSA. Don't be don't be a bad person, which the people either know that or they don't at this point. I think. But there was a CNN panel. I have I don't even think I've bashed CNN wants this whole show. So that is something that we have to take care of right now. There's a CNN panel that got together on this one bashing toxic masculinity. Here's what they said play clip six. I like the I actually I thought it was great. And I guess people are outraged because they don't wanna hear that men sometimes behave in a in a toxic way. I watched this with my my eleven year old son because I wanted to figure out what the controversy was here. And we both looked at each other afterwards. Like all this ad is about as bad behavior. There's nothing on the line. This is kind of in a way right on target because it is the men's shaving in the locker room after the gym in the morning, getting ready for working, you're talking crazy. And you have to say we can't talk like that. This is not okay man being groomed. I like this metaphor. What is in the water over at CNN? I really w-. What are they do? They all go to some kind of reeducation camp where all of our normal impulses as Americans get get wiped away. And we're supposed to just not our heads. And and accept this progressive claptrap. The ad the ad is and Gillette is getting crushed all over the place. It didn't bring anything new delighted it didn't tackle any tough issue. It just don't don't be a jerk who was that. Kirsten powers. I think it was. That's what it sounded. Like saying that, you know, some some men behave at a toxic way. Yeah. We know. Thanks. Thanks for pointing out that some men are bad. Pretty sure we're all quite aware of that that men can do bad things. But just imagine for a moment. What would happen if we released a toxic femininity added? Is there really going to pretend that that can't be a thing? I just want to I want to really dig in this room. And is there all this focus on on this concept of toxic masculinity is toxic femininity, not something that. And now, I know that the it's wide open for all kinds of jokes. Here toxic femininity is telling me one hundred times a day to put the toilet seat down. Right. I mean, there's a lot of things that we can all talk about. But. That would never happen in the, and it's it's strange because obviously men and women are both capable of being fantastic in every way and being terrible lots of ways. So this is kind of a big idiocy, but it has gotten more attention. I just think it's so funny. It's like clockwork at CNN like, yeah. I liked the ad about the toxic masculine Lee because it's virtue signaling. This is all about showing people. The concept of toxic masculinity is closely associated now with liberalism, and progressivism an intersection on politics and being a cutting edge hip progressive type that that's what it is. Just put it on the big list of things like climate change, and and being for Dhaka and the dreamers and being for Okaz, yo Cortez style tax rate seventy percent. Plus, and all this this is you don't have to think about an east positions. If you wanna be one of the the good people who likes this stuff, you just have to favor these positions. Then everything else gets a lot easier after that. Right. Everything else turns into okay. Well, in that case, I just have to say what I'm told to say here, and then everything we find. But by the way, this this. Using certain phrases and relying on certain concepts on the left too much. So that it becomes mechanical. So that it's wrote. So that it's just a a phrase to be deployed for a purpose not one that somebody really thinks about that came back to to bite at least one liberal here. I have in the past worked with and and gotten to know, David Webb. He's he's a good guy. I know this happened yesterday. But I didn't get a chance to address it. He was talking to a C N N legal analyst named Areva. Martin. I will say CNN's legal analysts are particularly poor. They have a lot of analysts that are are not very good on their chosen subject matter legal analysts, in my opinion, are among the flimsiest in terms of their reasoning and and the intellectual ability to display across the board all their legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin, I mean, just not good. But Areva Martin had an exchange with David Webb many of you. I'm sure know, David Webb is also FOX, Fox News contributor. And here's how this went play clip to friend parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. Well, David, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege of how do I have white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white print hold on conversation. I don't have time to get. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is still fall sewed in this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people, obviously, you're you didn't look you're talking to a black, man. This is part of the problem with driving a narrative around a construct like white privilege privileges. One thing we're applied wealth economy, various social factors, but not necessarily determined by color of skin. Yup. That just happened. You had a a female African American CNN Alana's, tell a black conservative. Analyst and host that he has white privilege, obviously, she did not know what she was talking about. But that that that would happen doesn't surprise me. At all the same way doesn't surprise me. That a panel at CNN would all say that toxic masculinity is something we need to talk about because these are buzzwords these are phrases. These are are ways that you show. What side you're on? And you don't have to think them through. You don't have to apply them judiciously whenever any mail whenever any conservative male. Does something you don't like just call him out for toxic masculinity, and you will get applause from the left from your side. Whenever any person says anything who who is white it, obviously doesn't work when you're saying it's the David Weber she had to find that out the hard way. But whatever a person who is white says something that that someone on the left who is a minority or not even other white person disagrees with because liberal. White people give themselves a pass from white privilege 'cause they they criticize their own white privilege, but then they weaponized white privilege as a concept against others. But they say these things not just because it's a way of trying to essentially score cheap points in an argument enter debate. But they know that those on their own side will say, oh, okay. See you're with us. You're with the good side, the good people, and it's it's virtuous signaling. And it's it's a means of separating left from right that all it takes is just say the right words team..

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"gillette" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on KOMO

"And that's it. That's the online avid sparking all this commotion around the country today. So what do you think about that? Do you think it's insulting to man is a feminist propaganda? I have a feeling it may breakdown along generational lines. And this is why first of all companies like that don't make an ad just for a message. It is all about selling the product, and sometimes there's institutional advertising, which doesn't really talk about the product as much, but it gives you an image of the company, and that's probably where this one falls because Gillette has got some problems right now. They've been hit hard by younger men, not shaving. They don't have clean shaven faces anymore younger men have more beards than ever maybe since the sixties. And so they're finding that the also now that for the first time you've got these direct to consumer affordable razor companies and they're undercutting their prices that companies like Gillette can get for their raises. When you have to buy them in the store. I know that just around me where I'm working. There are some who say, well, I get mine in the mail, and they cost half as much as if I have to go into the local, Safeway and giant grocery stores and buy them there. And so, you know, Gillette's having trouble, and it's younger people that they're having trouble with I guess I want in the opposite direction because I had very short very trim beard for couple of decades. And then as I got older and it began turning white. I thought let get rid of that for a while until it becomes one color or the other. So so that's what this is about. What do you think about that this morning? Are you bothered by that? Or are you bothered by people being bothered by it? Our number is. Eight hundred seven three six three six six and we want to hear what you have to say about all this eight hundred seven three six three six six six..

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"gillette" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"That is something. My father taught me I'm I'm I'm fifty four that is something. My father taught me. So why is this a new idea? Gillette? That men have to be men. Not boys. The problem with men is not men. It's boys. It's boys. It's boys that never grow into men. I know what a man is. I was taught what a man is supposed to do. And then I was taught. No, don't do any of those things. No, no, no. I was taught by feminists. No, no, no, don't you? Hold that door open. Don't you? Don't you do that? Don't you stand with a woman comes to the table? No, no, no. They're just like men. Well, a man stands at a table. If a woman would like to stand at the table when I arrive, I don't mind, I think it's unnecessary, but kind thank you. Wow. That's wow. Thank you for honoring me that way. I just I was just talking to my son this this weekend. A man stands to shake another man's hand. If your kind of sprawled out on the couch and somebody comes by they're like, hey, dude. Just wanna say, hi, they reached a shake your head you stand up and shake that man's hand. That's what a man does. It's respect. Now. I've grown up with that. I think most American men have grown up with that. But let Gillette tell us what it's really like..

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"gillette" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Will be boys boys boys will be boys. But some of these fighters. Sexual assault sexual harassment. But she says. Alex. And there will be no going back. Stop so far. I'm like, okay. All right. I mean, please don't preach to me Gillette. But yeah, okay. I get it. There's nothing you would disagree with in this. It's and that's what pandering is right like pandering, something you say that no one can disagree with because you're trying to kiss the butt of your of your audience. Right. Here's here's where it goes off the rails for me. Go ahead. Because we. We believe in the best in men. Need a whole other men accountable. Stop stop. That is something. My father taught me. That's I'm I'm I'm fifty four that is something. My father taught me. So why is this a new idea? Gillette? That men have to be men. Not boys. The problem with men is not men. It's boys. It's boys. It's boys that never grow into men. I know what a man is. I was taught what a man is supposed to do. And then I was taught. No, don't do any of those things. No, no, no. I was taught by feminists. No, no, no, don't you? Hold that door open. Don't you? Don't you do that? Don't you stand with a woman comes to the table? No, no, no. They're just like men. Well, a man stands at a table. If a woman would like to stand at a table when I arrive, I don't mind, I think it's unnecessary, but kind thank you. Wow. That's wow. Thank you for honoring me that way. I just I was just talking to my son this this weekend. A man stands to shake another man's hand. If your kind of sprawled out on the couch and somebody comes by and they're like, hey, dude. Just want to say, hi, they reached a shake your head you stand up and shake that man's hand. That's what a man does. It's respect. Now. I've grown up with that. I think most American men have grown up with that. But let Gillette tell us what it's really like. Come on just say the right thing to act the right way. Already are..

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"gillette" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"But it's like man now, we're moving into razors and everything else. Like why no taking it all away from? It's all gone. We're all genderless fun bags who do anything rights, and we're bullies and sexist racist. And everything else fuck off, dude. That's why you straight razors. I don't Gillette. Well, yeah. Money. I bought a yet again at TSA. I got confiscated for something. Razer? No the shaving cream. Oh, sure. Sure. So angel dangerous shaving cream, which is it's gotten him worse. So I go through and I by shaving there was a little gift shops. I bought a shaving cream in there, and it came with a tra- free Gillette razor through in the fucking garbage. Get this said fuck this. It was one of those plastic. I was just like what am I gonna do with this? I wouldn't even shave my pew with this fucking thing. Just just tossed it. Was it a one blade? I don't know. It was those are always had your classic do whatever the fuck that is one blade. Congratulations. Fifteen burn till twenty thirty four years in that goddamn exactly have. That was done with it. You know, what else that I started doing airports, which is really really hilarious to me. And I don't know who's notice if it's caught on. I'm waiting for pictures back of this. I've been taking my books like at night, she cries while he writes, darkness falls catch it by groups of five and if you go into airport any bookstore magazine store, it's got the top usually fifteen bestsellers New York Times bestseller. I've put because they have a barcode on the back. So it it charges. What the book is worth, right? I've taken all the number one books off and then replace them with mine. So that way people when they walk in might think imagine if you walked in and you were just like man, I'm just wanna whatever's number one. I just wanna grab it. What happens when they go up to the county? So there is a barcode on the back. So it's got a it's got a barcode system. It's in everybody's system. A barcodes barcode. So. Yeah. I know. So what I what doing legal implications? But I like. I think so. Last time. I did it was it yesterday. Whatever I you always have to go through..

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"gillette" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Like, the the other stuff are shown that we already watched together. I don't understand that the other stuff though, like I don't care murder mountain. We're into and I wouldn't skip ahead. That's the thing. So like we both got into murder mountain together. I'm not going to skip ahead. It's when I start something without you, which I try to do right? I try and like give it one see if we can't waste Ross his time, very valuable his time. We're shows and Seacrest. Right. Okay. So I can't waste it. I got a got a vet these shows. So all try one. And then let you know whether it's worth your time. Right. And what I end up it's a messy place to be because I could just keep going on that road without you. Yeah. We start together. It's different zoom that you have. That's what started off and said, hey, what do you watching without me? I know it something I didn't know it was that all the way you killed that thing. Which is fine. I'm not mad. I just wish you'd tell me. Hey, I watched this thing watching we don't see each other. We don't see each other except for the show. So I just told you told you the first time I saw you know, I wish I had time to watch more shit because tooth Louis. There's not much on. They dropped the release date today for game of thrones. So the last season everybody's getting amped for that a lot of people rewatching it. I wish I had time to gas through that whole thing. Really just so I know what the hype is when everybody's talking about because I watched two or three you checked out after fifteen minutes, and you're like I'm going to make them ups. You don't do which neither do I to be fair. But I do get into that old schooling. You know, kind of medieval Braveheart type whether killing each other with swords shit. I hate on game of thrones. Because I think that's stupid as well. People that hate on it just to hate on. It's obviously amazing. This many people are into it. I'm the weird one. Yeah. And I admit that I didn't there's certain shows that I was waylaid on the wireless and instead of watching so after everybody in their mother said it was cool actually on top of the game. But game of thrones was one where I know you don't get into dragons and shit. So therefore, we never attempted to what it's watch this one. And then you were like, no, there's a there's a tiny dragon flying around in your like now, I might mentally. How soon as there is a fucking taraggi. And i'm. Just like, yeah, I'm gone, by the way, a lot of people speaking of straight razors earlier, do there's this Gillette at it's going around where they're they're challenging men to shave their toxic masculinity. Fuck you about Gillette. What that means? It's very metoo vary. The slogan is now changed to is this the best man can get shave your toxic Mexican entity start accepting, blah, blah, blah. And it's like mother fucker. It's a razor to shave a man's face like or one in legs because we all use men men's razors. But do you really? Yeah. They're just superior because the girls ones are fucking dumb. They try and they treat you they try and. It's like shaving with a kid glove. You know what I mean? Like, I don't need all the fucking guards everywhere, I need blades that actually cut hair. So don't give me the fucking lotion around the blade Super Bowl coming up. Now's the time that people are dropping their best ads of the year. And because you're spending so much money on a Super Bowl spot. I believe they're going for five million for thirty seconds spot. Super Bowl is a couple of weeks away. At this point. You're going to start to see them drop early online before they dropped during the Super Bowl. And it's Gillette's new ad is we believe this is the best men can be, and it's it's definitely take on bullying, sexism, metoo and laying it's it's essentially laying the responsibility for men to be better and. It reminds me of Nike ad where it's shot like that. And it's super serious shit. Don't deny that guys could be better. But I don't want them to be pussies. No. And they did. I think I Super Bowl spots in the late eighties. So they do one every year. And it is what it is..

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"gillette" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"gillette" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"No going back stop so far. I'm like, okay. All right. I mean, please don't preach to me Gillette. But yeah. Okay. I get it. There's nothing you would disagree with in this. It's j-. And that's what pandering is right like pandering is something you say that no one can disagree with because you're trying to kiss the butt of your of your audience. Right. Here's here's where it goes off the rails for go ahead. Because we. We believe in the best in men. Other accountable. Stop. That is something. My father taught me, I'm I'm I'm fifty four that is something my father taught me. So why is this a new idea? Gillette? That men have to be men. Not boys. The problem with men is not men. It's boys. It's boys. It's boys that never grow into men. I know what a man is. I was taught what a man is supposed to do. And then I was taught. No, don't do any of those things. No, no, no. I was taught by feminists. No, no, no, don't you? Hold that door open. Don't you? Don't you do that? Don't you stand with a woman comes to the table? No, no, no. They're just like men. Well, a man stands at a table. If a woman would like to stand at a table when I arrive, I don't mind, I think it's unnecessary, but kind thank you. Wow. That's wow. Thank you for honoring me that way. I just I was just talking to my son this this weekend. A man stands to shake another man's hand. If you're kind of sprawled out on the couch and somebody comes by and they're like, hey, dude. Just want to say, hi, they reached a shake your hand, you stand up and shake that man's hand. That's what a man does. It's respect. Now. I've grown up with that. I think most American men have grown up with that. But let Gillette tell us what it's really like. Come on.

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