36 Burst results for "Gina"

Fresh update on "gina" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:20 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gina" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Bloomberg. Here's Gina serviti. And Cisco right now, the futures are just a little lower as we start the final month of the year from the CME in Chicago, S&P futures down to NASDAQ futures down 16, Dow futures lower by 52 points, crude is climbing up about 1.2% at $81 48 cents a barrel at the Chicago board of trade, everything is lower, corn down one and a half wheat down 5 and a quarter, soybeans are down ten and a half cents. The wind trusts doubly BBM Chicago index from Bloomberg jumped more than 2% yesterday, and stocks soared overall after the fed chair signaled a slower pace of interest rate hikes is on the way this month. The Dow was up more than 700 points yesterday. The nation's smallest companies are shouldering the biggest layoffs. New federal numbers show that some 305,000 workers lost their jobs in October at businesses with fewer than ten employees. That was up by 137,000 from the month before and was the largest change in any of the size categories examined. With business at 23 and 53, and in the new business hour, live from the Bloomberg newsroom, Gina survey, news radio one O 5 9 BBM. I have some slow spots already on the Stevenson, all the latest traffic and weather together on the 8s next. Every

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Marco Rubio Calls for Senate GOP Leadership Vote to Be Postponed

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Marco Rubio Calls for Senate GOP Leadership Vote to Be Postponed

"Got some breaking news. Yeah, we do have breaking out of Florida, even though I know we're all eyes on Arizona, but look, you know, I like to kind of scan the horizon and see what's going on. And Marco Rubio did not expect to see breaking out of Marco Rubio today, but we do have breaking out of Marco Rubio because Marco Rubio has just released a statement calling for the Senate GOP leadership vote next week should be postponed. He continues. First, we need to make sure that those who want to lead us are genuinely committed to fighting for the priorities and values of the working Americans of every background who gave us big wins in states like Florida. Charlie, what does that mean? What could he be? He's going after the turtle, man.

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Some Ballot Measure Updates From California

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Some Ballot Measure Updates From California

"Here's another couple of interesting things. And other ballot measures that we haven't spoke about legalized sports gambling in California lost terribly. Isn't that interesting? Legalized sports gambling in California lost pretty badly. Prop 30 a measure to tax the rich to fund electric car credits in California failed. Okay, explain this one to me. How does that fail in California? I'm telling you, California has some fight left in it, man. I mean, the story of this cycle is how the Midwest underperformed in California over performed. And look, this was a sinister plot by the way of the crony capitalist company lift to try to get taxpayer taxpayers to get them to fund their electric car fleet basically. It was a crony capitalist handout. Prop 31 upheld the state's ban on flavored tobacco products. California legalized abortion as a constitutional right, but they upheld a ban on flavored tobacco products.

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Why Were the Polls SO Off?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Were the Polls SO Off?

"Is something interesting though, Jack, one of the reasons why the polls were so often some of these states is that the Democrats have actually figured out a way to outperform polls by mastering vote by mail. That's right. That's exactly right. It's in the same way and Charlie, you're the point the other day where in the Trump era, we had become accustomed to sort of seeing a poll and then adding three. That was my built in algorithm. 5 points. And that was like a built in bias that we all kind of had. And that was the Trump effect, but we've also found that that doesn't really exist when Donald Trump is not on the ballot. We saw that in 2018, we're seeing that in 2022. It just is what it is. He has a way to connect with a huge swath of this country in the Midwest, in the south, in the rust belt. Obviously, that other candidates just have not been able to replicate. And it just is what it is. And you can talk about that at length as to why. But we're not seeing the same turnout numbers when he is on the ballot and when he isn't. And so because of that, those polls and we said before, the polls for this election actually were pretty good in many cases. Now, some outlets out there, but I think maybe we should take another look at and determine whether or not we want to continue relying on them. And I think that RCP, by the way, has a great accountability project that they're working on right now where they're going to be going through and then ranking and stacking all of the pollsters. Using the final outcomes, waiting it by the last few elections, and then seeing where we are. And I think that's great. I think that's fantastic. But at the same time, the Trump effect that we were thinking about. So, okay, that works in Trump's on the ballot. But this vote by mail effect that they've been able to demonstrate here. Now through at least two consecutive national elections. All right, that's real.

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Here's Why You Can't Have Ranked Choice Voting

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Here's Why You Can't Have Ranked Choice Voting

"Why you can't have ranked choice voting. Is the worst. This is so frustrating. Protect democracy, but allow ranked choice voting. Kelly shabaka, she won the most votes she won a plurality of votes in a four way race with 44%. So she won the race, right, Charlie. Not in Alaska. But she had the most votes. Doesn't matter. You have to get 50 plus one or else or else what? You go to the second round of ranked choice voting. The what? So in Alaska, the way it works, and this was designed and implemented because thanks to project veritas, we know this. Lisa Murkowski put together a coup in Alaska. And basically said that if you do not get 50 plus one, then it goes to the second round. Now, some people say, well, Charlie, to be fair, we're not won his race, but he didn't get more than 50%. Well, that's a runoff system. This is a this is not even allowing for a runoff, which I would support. If there is a runoff now between Murkowski and shabaka, then great. That's fine. Let's do it. Shabaka would win by 20 points. But it would be would it be would have run off with the ranked choice voting again? No, no, no, no. Well, that's the point, is that there isn't. Instead of a runoff, which is annoying but understandable. Right. Because some people say, well, hold on a second. But Georgia. Like Charlie, you know, isn't a runoff system helping you in Georgia. Of course it is. Yes, it is, because Herschel Walker did not get a plurality. We're not going to plurality. The point is this is that this now goes to this goofy algorithmic second and third round, where they have to tabulate the votes, and I'll be very honest. I do not even understand how this is tabulated, where it depends on whether or not people ranked shabaka or if they did a second candidate. Shabaka's hope in this whole tabulation process is that if a vast majority of people only ranked shabaka and left the rest of the ballot completely blank. That's her hope.

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Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill's Weird 'Adult' Relationship

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill's Weird 'Adult' Relationship

"Millie Bobby Brown. Another one, she's 18 years old, this kid we've been seeing us and she's a kid on Stranger Things. She's developed into a very pretty young woman. 18. My daughter is 18. I can't talk this way about young girl. I can't say women, she's a young girl. She's dating Henry Cavill. And this is why it's weird 'cause for many years, Henry Cavill, you know, there was always a story about him liking very underage girls. That followed him everywhere for years, especially on the crazy days and nights, boards. Dad, Henry Cavill is got an a hankering for underage girls. Nobody wanted to believe it. I used to wonder he was dating my former friend who I used to call female MMA fights with. Gina Carano, who became an actress and is now in all sorts of movies, then she got in trouble, so now she makes movies for Ben Shapiro's company, but for a while he was dating her. And Jane is a beauty. Gene is fun. She's beautiful. She can kick your ass, she can take care of herself. Smart and that didn't last. And then he's back out there looking for youngins. I don't know. So now he's with Millie Bobby Brown, he's 39 she's 18. It's a big difference, bro big difference. And she says, you know, our relationship is very adult. It's a healthy one. He puts me in my place when I need to be put in my place. The things she says about this relationship. It's kind of weird. It's different because I grew up with Noah and Charlie. I meant that when I was ten. So for me it does feel like your school makes it Henry it feels like a real adult relationship. Like a really good friendship, a really healthy one. One that we have terms and conditions. Okay, can you elaborate on that shit? I know Henry, he has terms and conditions with me. I'm not allowed to ask about his personal life. Excuse me? It's like Millie, shut up, and I'm like, no, I understand completely. What kind of relationship is this? He's very strict with me, which I appreciate. Okay, can we start playing The Twilight Zone music? This is weird.

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Midterm primaries wrap up with fresh test of GOP's future

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Midterm primaries wrap up with fresh test of GOP's future

"Three states are holding the last primaries before the November election a retired army general whose campaigned on a platform that includes lies that Donald Trump won the 2020 election and conspiracy theories about vaccines is favored to win New Hampshire's Republican Senate nomination today Don bulldog who has not been formally endorsed by Trump would potentially face democratic senator Maggie Hassan New Hampshire is holding the country's last major primaries along with Delaware and Rhode Island and Rhode Island governor Dan McKee is facing a tough challenge from Secretary of State Nellie machias seeking his first full term in office after taking over when two term governor Gina raimondo was tapped as U.S. commerce secretary I'm Donna water

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Sen. Ted Cruz Reveals Hiring Discrimination Culture by the State Dept.

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz Reveals Hiring Discrimination Culture by the State Dept.

"Ted Cruz, questioning a State Department senior diversity and inclusion officer her name Gina abercrombie Wednesday. And she was she was testifying about an internal email that senator Cruz got his hands on. And this email was sent by an unnamed senior State Department official, saying that hiring practices have developed in the State Department so that certain candidates may not be hired. The senator went on to read directly from the email saying that candidates who would get discriminated against include those who have a disability, they are white men, they are straight white men and they are not of the right religion. Here is senator Cruz. Your State Department official broadly distributed what I consider to be a very troubling email. I have a copy of that email next to me. Let me read from a part of the email. The email says that hiring practices have developed inside the State Department so that and I'll quote that certain candidates could not be hired because they have a disability. They are white men. They are straight white men. They are not of the quote right religion. All of these are verbatim quotes from the email of a senior State Department official. My first question to you is, did you clear this guidance? Thank you for the question senator. I've never seen that before. You've never seen the email before. I've never seen it. So you didn't know it had been sent. This is the first time I'm seeing it, sir. All right, they're denying it, but the senator's got to got him dead to rights. He's got a copy of the email.

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Americans Aren't the Only Ones Who Don't

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Americans Aren't the Only Ones Who Don't

"I knew this at a very young age. I said, do you understand where we live? Do you, they don't. I know. So the person who responded to, what was it, a tweet? Just an Instagram post. An Instagram post. So the person who responded to that well, what about all the people who don't have privilege? They don't understand who so my response would have no impact on that person would be who are you thinking of? Blacks, Hispanics, gays, women, whom are you thinking of when you say they don't have your privilege? Right. Well, she probably is thinking of those groups. Right. But she's out of her mind. And again, not to pull a victim card, but it is just true. Gina suffers way more than the average person in most of those groups. Okay, when people talk to me about protecting the voiceless and defenseless, give me a break. Gina has endured negligence and abuse and by the way, this is only stuff we know about. Imagine what we don't know about. She can't tell us, hey, they're not being nice to me. That's right. You know, we see bruises on her. She can't tell us where those bruises came from. And so if there's anyone who understands that there are some Americans that don't get the same benefits as other Americans, it's me. And yet, I'm able to see that America is still a great place that I'm proud to live in.

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when a child 's life is anything but normal

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:25 min | 4 months ago

when a child 's life is anything but normal

"It's interesting that you ask this question, I ask my dad this question a few nights ago. Because my dad is religious. He grew up in a Lutheran household. I don't know if you know this Dennis, but my paternal grandfather was a Lutheran minister. And my mom's side of the family is Catholic. By the way, that was kind of an event when they got married. The two families, they end up loving each other, but it was interesting. They both had some hesitations about, of course. Marrying someone, I never fully understood that because you're still Christians at the end of the day. But that's a separate conversation. I now understand it, but yes, we'll talk about that after I'm very interested to hear what you say. I asked my dad this a few nights ago, and boy, this is a bit of a tangent, but I just have to give a shout out to my dad. I think he's one of the biggest reasons why I'm a conservative. Growing up, he would talk to me about God. He would talk to me about how lucky we are to be in America. And seeing the way that he has handled and my mom, too. The way that they've handled my sister, they never solicited pity from anyone. They never wear it on their sleeve. They never used it as an excuse. It's been a huge example to me. So the other night I'm asking my dad what you just asked me and he said something so so sad and also so sweet. He said, you know, when I go to heaven, hopefully I go to heaven. I really think I will go up there and Gina will talk to me.

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Gina McCarthy: Joe Biden Wants to Resolve Heat Stress

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Gina McCarthy: Joe Biden Wants to Resolve Heat Stress

"But Gina McCarthy lay down the law She's not done Cut four go We're going to be moving forward with investments not just only in the bipartisan industry To the latter she's from Rhode Island Go ahead Which the president managed to get past to advance efforts to protect people from heat stress and to move forward with labor protection Heat stress All these So they're going to they're going to pass laws that help us with heat stress Now all these people moving to Florida who are confronting heat stress right now I wonder what they think about this They're going to make it America so we have the perfect temperature Like only the Democrats and their laws can do We're going to have the perfect temperature Everywhere in the country And no earthquakes no earthquake no flooding no hurricanes

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Gina McCarthy: Joe Biden Will Do Whatever It Takes for 'Clean Energy'

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Gina McCarthy: Joe Biden Will Do Whatever It Takes for 'Clean Energy'

"Along There's Gina McCarthy the former head of the environmental putrid agency She's now a climate adviser What does that mean She's a czar She says our ladies and gentlemen or tsarina As arena on CNN today and CNN is into all this CNN is into every fantasy lie attack on America Here's Gina McCarthy She's got a warning for you Hacked tip right scoop cut three go Is going to make it clear that just because Congress couldn't get it done he is going to move forward with every power available to him to make the change in the shift to clean energy Ladies and gentlemen Gina McCarthy has just thrown down the gauntlet It's not enough that they've shut down Offshore drilling it's not enough that they've shut down I Anwar It's not enough that they've shut down new pipelines It's not enough

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"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"And second of all, I think for the people in the mastermind that weren't there yet, it was very exciting for them to look at, oh, this is how a funnel works. That's what I can do when I get my business there, like everyone learned from your funnel and when I was because, you know, I think it was at the second live event, I'm not sure if you because I know your daughter got married that weekend. But this round is when I actually talked about funnels. I'm like, we're going to build funnels so that you can actually optimize some things. So, I mean, as soon as you were like, gave yourself permission. And I would just call it taking up space, deciding that my problems might look different than theirs, but my problem matters just as much and I invested to be in this room. And gosh darn it, I'm going to get the coaching I want. And then it's been so fun watching your coaching and now you've got your funnel up and running. You've got your tripwire converting insane like 60%. Your landing page is actually doing really good. So it's like it's good for them to see that. But it was just so fun. Once I saw you decide I belong here and I deserve to raise my hand more and you decided I'm in this. With Gina two came. And it was like, and she brought the whole room with her. It's helped me realize that because I didn't want to be the girl that overstepped my boundaries. I think that's another reason I kept quiet for the most part because it's your coaching space and it's your mastermind. But the things that I usually lean into talking about are like very technical coachy kinds of things. And I was like, I don't want to say something and she's like, no, that's wrong, but. Instead, I've been like, that's great.

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"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:35 min | 4 months ago

"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"This week, I have two special guests with me. They are two purpose and profit. Mastermind members, they are both in their second round of the mastermind with me. I have with me Allison and Gina and the topic we have for today is something that they both kind of worked on individually, but they had this in common with each other. And it's been kind of fun. I'm going to have them talk about this too, but I also saw a great friendship happening between them. They're both in their second round, and so the topic is about belonging. And we're going to be talking about why that's important. Why maybe you are in your company and you're looking from side to side and thinking like, but I'm different from everybody else or maybe there's something maybe I'm doing things wrong because I'm different or maybe I need to be more like them or maybe sometimes when you are deciding when you're choosing growth in your life, sometimes it can feel lonely. Sometimes it can feel like isolating or feel like maybe the circles you put yourself in when you're choosing growth, it might feel uncomfortable at first and then I just know for me I've been in many rooms that have made me very uncomfortable because I decided I wanted to grow and it's very, very easy to think, I don't know if I belong here and to struggle in that. And so Allison and Jean are going to share a little bit of their mastermind experience, we're not quite halfway through round two. And I'm going to just be asking them a couple of questions because they've come from very different places. I'm super excited for you guys to hear their stories. So without further ado, I'm going to go ahead and have them introduce themselves. So Gina, I'll have you just start by introducing yourself how long you've been in social selling and kind of also what brought you to the mastermind.

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Why Gina Carano Gets Nervous for Interviews

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Why Gina Carano Gets Nervous for Interviews

"One of your costars from your new movie turned the Prairie whispered in my ear that you don't like giving interviews because it makes you nervous. And I find that hard to believe. As a woman who stood up to the woke giants, that can't be true. I mean, just having a little interview with me can't make you nervous. Is this fake news Gina Carano? Well, no, it's very real. That's probably why it took a year to get me on. I just, you know, I really am introverted. I really represent a part of America that's introverted. We like to mind our own business. We want to do our own jobs. We want to let people do theirs. Whatever you want to do with your life, that's fine, but just let me do mine. And when I saw that so many people like me were holding their breath for the 2020 election and they were holding their breath, you know, with questions that were okay to ask. And it really bothered me. Then that's when my blood gets hot, that's when I start saying something is when I feel like a big group of people are just being bullied into silence. And so that's why I started speaking up, and now it's like, I do still get nervous. I do just want to do art. I don't want to be a politician, but I will say that the right time to speak up is when you feel like your country is in danger and that we should be fighting this battle, I shouldn't leave this to my nieces. We need to fight this battle because they're going to have to deal with their own and maybe there is a chance that we are able to buy America 25 more years of amazing until this agenda, this comes back around. Maybe this will be an awakening instead of a reset.

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Gina Carano: Everyone Is Tired of the Hate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:37 min | 5 months ago

Gina Carano: Everyone Is Tired of the Hate

Sebastian Talks Hollywood Censorship and Redemption With Gina Carano

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Sebastian Talks Hollywood Censorship and Redemption With Gina Carano

"You gotta follow this lady on Twitter. Gina Carano at Gina Carano saw you at the premiere. You got very emotional. Tell us about the movie and why you got so emotional. Oh, I've just, I think I've just been emotional. All my life. But it's kind of like the closure. This movie coming out is kind of the closure of being canceled publicly attacked on so many different levels by so many huge corporations and the mob, of course. And then so when this movie came out, it just feels like, okay, it's out. That's the closure and I'm ready to move on and move forward. And it was so nice the way it happened. There was just, you know, the movie is great. The people that are a part of it are so proud. It just feels like a really good pure way to close out this cancellation drama that has taken over my life. But I wasn't even going to mention it 'cause I wanted to be discreet, but you brought it up. We'll talk about that a little bit more, but it's not closing out. This is, this is for you. This is a vindication. Is it not your back, your bold, you're bigger than ever? You've got your amazing, amazing reputation from The Mandalorian, so you have been vindicated by great people, such as, I mean, Nick sissy, who's really a nice guy. I mean, he looks scary on the big screen, but deep down, he's a nice guy, isn't he? He's a gem. He's the easiest. I mean, when his audition tape came across the desk, I was like, are you kidding me? This is our

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"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Yeah, Allison is the reason I am in the second round. So here we go. Yeah, well, you're the reason, but you had, I think what was so fun is you had decided not to renew. And but when we do the renewals, it's about halfway through the mastermind. And so, and it was fine. I was delighted to serve you. But you came out of your shell shortly after renewals in the mastermind. And deciding we talk about this a lot, like deciding to be seen and deciding to add value. And when you, I think when you saw like, you would say something and the group would be like, oh my gosh. This is so good. Gina, this is amazing. And I think you realize, oh my gosh, I have, wow, I actually have a lot of value to offer this room. And I think it was the last call of round one, where I was like, love you all. If you're not continuing, yada yada, and we were, I think we were about to start the live event for the, like it was two days ago. You would like the next day. Yeah. And I think it was just like, I can't remember if you said something. Oh, I think it was like you commented, you're like, now I'm regretting not renewing. And I think it was Christy roach that was like, Kristen, let's just smuggle her in and then I saw Alison petty. She commented and it sounds like you guys had a conversation. And I remember like, I had never done this before, but I'm like, who am I? To keep someone. Like, if they want to be in that room, I'm not going to keep them from being in the room. So I remember I'm like, Gina? Okay, if you want, like round two, you gotta be super decisive. We'll send out the invoice today on the contract and it was so fast and I'm like, you won't be able to be at the live event, but you can be with us virtually..

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"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Does it cost me to buy this product to create the product sell the product and after tax and shipping and those things, what are my margins? And this is why network marketing is such an amazing business model because not everybody wants to go out and start a company from ground zero and be in charge of like the deliverables, the services, you know, the profit margins and the hiring and all of that. There are some people that are like, oh, I think coaching would be easier. I'm like, oh, that's funny, you want to see the inner workings of my company. Go ahead, tell yourself that. Yeah, but network marketing the business model is there. It is ready for you. And it's like one of the very few business models where you can be profitable, immediately. I don't think people understand just how extraordinary that is. Like you could be profitable in media immediately instead of a lot of startup companies. It's like, you might be profitable after a year. And my best friend and I were talking about this the other day, do you know? In the world of business, you know, especially with ecommerce, they say that normal profit margins in businesses between two and 10% to and ten percent. And I tell you guys this in the mastermind, you guys have insane profit margins. Your entire business your entire check is profit. Like, I'm literally me and a VA are your biggest expenses. Or not Kristen boss, but your growth, where you're choosing to grow. It could be in the mastermind in the academy or whatever else. But the expenses are so low for network marketers. So Gina, what? Go ahead. Oh, I was just going to say, I did like along that path of the million things that I did before I landed in network marketing. I had a coaching program for bloggers and for social media, not social sellers, but for social media growth..

Kristen Gina
"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"gina" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"This week, I have two special guests with me. They are two purpose and profit. Mastermind members, they are both in their second round of the mastermind with me. I have with me Allison and Gina and the topic we have for today is something that they both kind of worked on individually, but they had this in common with each other. And it's been kind of fun. I'm going to have them talk about this too, but I also saw a great friendship happening between them. They're both in their second round, and so the topic is about belonging. And we're going to be talking about why that's important. Why maybe you are in your company and you're looking from side to side and thinking like, but I'm different from everybody else or maybe there's something maybe I'm doing things wrong because I'm different or maybe I need to be more like them or maybe sometimes when you are deciding when you're choosing growth in your life, sometimes it can feel lonely. Sometimes it can feel like isolating or feel like maybe the circles you put yourself in when you're choosing growth, it might feel uncomfortable at first and then I just know for me I've been in many rooms that have made me very uncomfortable because I decided I wanted to grow and it's very, very easy to think, I don't know if I belong here and to struggle in that. And so Allison and Jean are going to share a little bit of their mastermind experience, we're not quite halfway through round two..

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Nick Searcy Describes His Latest Film 'Terror on the Prairie'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Nick Searcy Describes His Latest Film 'Terror on the Prairie'

"But now we're going to talk about your brand new adventure. It's scary. It's a western. It's from the guys at the daily wire. Tell us about terror on the Prairie. Well, terror on the Prairie is a great old throwback western. It's like a Sam Peckinpah movie. It's bloody and, you know, it's all about revenge and families and it's a terrific terrific ride. But it's a really a big step forward for the daily wire. It's important for conservatives to start making popular entertainment. And that's what the daily wire is trying to do. And this movie with Gina Carano, who, of course, was the actress that was famously canceled for no good reason by Disney. Is the star of the movie and is her first venture with them. And it was an honor for me to be part of it. I'm actually the title role. I'm the terror. You're the bad guy, right? Your hat should be black not why you're wearing the wrong hat. Well, I'm a good guy in real life. So all

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Unlike Fox Media Relations, Todd Starnes Defends His Staff

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Unlike Fox Media Relations, Todd Starnes Defends His Staff

"These people are saying that I'm lying. They're saying that I misrepresenting the facts here. Can we respond? No. Don't say a word. You just be quiet. We don't we don't talk to those people. We don't defend our employees. Well, I was kind of surprised. Because if you allow these attacks to go unaddressed, then in the minds of many people, that becomes the perception becomes the reality. And I got a problem with that. So anyway, I was on real news, real American used the other day, and doctor Gina, it was a great show. And I wanted to point out what was really going on back in 2016. So look, the Democrats, when they, when the Democrats accuse you of being a racist, well, of course you're not a racist, but in fact, they're the ones who are the racists. So it's really a matter of projecting. And after I left Fox News, I made a commitment to myself. Anybody attacks me or my staff, we fight back. They may punch, but we're gonna pound.

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Catch Gina Carano Live on 'Unfiltered With Dan Bongino' This Weekend

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Catch Gina Carano Live on 'Unfiltered With Dan Bongino' This Weekend

"By the way I got Gina Carano on my Fox show this weekend Yeah Jim Gina Carano Big Gina Carano fan Just choose an awesome fighter in the UFC It's gonna be on my Fox show this weekend So that's gonna be pretty awesome unfiltered 9 p.m. Set your DVR if you can't make that line It'll be live in studio In studio up at NYC if they get a little solo trip up there so I don't know what's gonna happen It's a live show Kevin's saying Jim Dan budge in front of a live camera Could be trouble I can't I can't 5 more on Fox Fox nation people are calling up the CEO right I'm going to get step first get him off the Tom kercher billboard card I'm kidding You know the fact check

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Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film

"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast award winning actor and producer Nick sir C you know him for his role in best picture winner, the shape of water. He's been in the Oscar nominated Moneyball and castaway and fried green tomatoes and runaway jury. He's also the course played the costarring role on the hit TV series, the FX series called justified, and he teamed up with filmmaker Chris burgard to make a terrific film about January 6th called capital punishment. We're gonna talk about that. Hey Nick, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for coming on. You are just telling me that you have your in a film that daily wire has just released. It's a western tell us about that one. Yeah, it's a western called terror on the Prairie, and I play the title role. I'm the terror. And that's kind of why I still look like Gabby Hayes a little bit. It's a real real throwback western and just a terrific experience, a great people with Gina Carano and Dallas Sonya and the daily wire people. It was great to make a movie with the where for once I wasn't outnumbered being a conservative on the set. And I know you're saying that the kind of old style western that we thought was extinct that Hollywood won't go near anymore. It's been revived in a kind of a new form. Tell us a little bit about how does this compare to the classic westerns with Gregory Peck and Clint Eastwood and so on. Well, it's really more of a throwback to the peckinpah westerns of the 70s. It's a little bit more like wild bunch than it is like the searchers because it's pretty bloody. There's quite a few crimes, let's say, in the movie and it's unflinching. And so I would say it's probably an R rated for violence type of

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"gina" Discussed on Trillions

Trillions

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Trillions

"Some point. Rising yields is no longer a good thing for stocks. It's not anytime soon right now. we still need bond. We can still tolerate much. Higher bond yields from where we are in the bond market will likely lead the stock market because higher bond yields great. It indicates an improving economic outlook improving sentiment toward risk. Lower bond yields is generally not so good generally leads to worsening economic conditions in the bond market is usually pretty keen to forecast this correctly as as as long as we're talking about relationships are there any other ones. This is talking about like going big gina. Are there any other relationships like that that you you think student. Investors should be watching going. There are quite a few actually. That's the that's the big overwhelming secular relationship. That i think is absolutely most important to keep your eye on The other thing that. I think you want to keep your eye on really carefully as inflation expectations. Because i think we've gotten accustomed to this notion that Any bursts in inflation expectations are very short. Lived it's kind of like the value story and he burst. Invaluable performance has got to be short-lived because it hasn't happened and they have not endured over time but we've gotten a number of new inflation prince over the course of the last six weeks six Six to eight weeks that have suggested that this inflation may endure. We're starting to see signs in wages. That suggest the inflation Conditions may endure and a wage price spiral starts with consumer saying think inflation is going to be higher for a longer period of time going to their employer and demanding higher wages. And then you get a spiral right and then inflation stays stronger and it just reads to me. The economic landscape breeds to me right. Now that we may be at that turning point so i think you want to watch inflation. Expectations really really carefully. In the short run everything is going to revolve around peak growth. We've got pekar and inflation in short term peak growth and inflation peak. Ism surveys peak. Earnings growth is just peak everything this summer and the sequence of momentum in in gross does matter for investment outcomes. I think it's the underappreciated story of what happened in the last six weeks we've got peak everything. Where do we go from here. We've got to absorb the idea that we're no longer gonna see that persistent upward momentum in every indicator that we follow. So that's another thing that i'm watching Back to the bond thing which is the connection there when you talked earlier about yields and stock prices. I wanna just invert that and say that what you're saying is that bonds and stocks moved together lately. Yeah right so if you have a sixty forty portfolio which a lot of people do. What are you supposed to do with it. Well it's on the other. Well the yield rises when stock prices rise so bond sell off when stock prices are rising typically right happening now over the past ten years they they sometimes will start to move in tandem. Yep everybody just sells everything. That's what happened. In march one in crashes what often happens is the bond market actually just absolutely rallies to the end of the earth in the stock market crashes You know the sixty forty portfolio in part has worked as well as it has because of this relationship. That's occurred over the last twenty years. There are a lot of people you know you talk about broader diversification. There are a lot of people really struggling with..

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"gina" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Happy. Where they do on this one will be enjoy. Enjoy live friends with omni. Say yes to going now and say yes to stay home. We've that is what you warm to lovely lovely jane. Thank you for that. And how would you like to rigby remembered. So gina walls arlington crazy mexican dentists in the really really i- gina. Just just just one final question phone. Let's say you have one month last. Disarm how would you spend that moons. What what what would you be doing in the in. In those last two days i will corrode recreate one of my best holidays with my company that were we went to cyprus on. We didn't leave the her telling fourteen days. We have this san routine every day. I think it was twelve o'clock on griesheim. maybe now will toba. I mean we'll be acro- speed sign something like that. I would spend it with that non. Want my my children. My husband my mom nights. We're just doing that. You know like enjoying scon- food drains happy memories. Yes how do you get back to mexico. Gina normally about every year and a half to two years when they were leaked to our young that i used to go one to be every year but then you realize that nine nations to go so yeah every. I'm a hockey to. He's a good balance for us. Having thank you so much for nineteen and a my ask you to copy and paste that text message to me when we may touch to mexico following. Thank you for having me. I really enjoyed talking to you. This is dental leaders. The pods way you get to go one on one with emerging leaders in dentistry your payment lang greedy and practice. Thanks for listing. Guys if you got this you must have listened to the whole thing and just a huge thank you from me and pay through actually sticking through and listening to what we had to say and guest had to say. Because i'm assuming you've got some value out of it if you did get some value out of it think subscribing and if you would share this with a friend who you think might get some value out of it to thank you so so much for listening. Thanks don't for gas six star ratings..

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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I know you earn yet woman. Hello and she just did one of tiffany's specials and oh okay. I got a get tiffany shower like. She bringing people through like she money. She her own money in to make these specials make sure that everybody got pay probably. She put her own money. That's what i'm talking about. She's bringing people through like a lot of people make it and they just don't go back to pull the others forward pull up with them. Tiffany is not that person goes back and guts so shots taken and she's a. She's a diamond but yet jackson hilarious. Young comedian who joyal johnson hilarious like. There's a lot of black women out just doing good things and they need breaks the so many good ones out there so i like to name a latin name but looks yahtzee way m. My sister got the comedy special. I mean comedy central rule out. But yeah these comics should be getting. I'm glad and got his special. She shine but yeah longtime this business. We need more. We need right. I could name the usual suspects that as everybody likes the same pray everyone knows them all right so now you know. Now that the book is out there and cack-handed please by its app today. Yes is out. I was going to say it's a good book do you. Do you hope to option it for movie rights to do your life story or absolutely at moore's series that are crazy stories in there i've lead a life and i've had a journey and i definitely want option at civilizations all so backwards. What american actress plays. Gina yasser ray in your movie by who who cast a play. You cynthia reba check it check. It might be an unpopular opinion. Loved her Jerome she for me. The only it was the only that the retha joint. I loved it. The only place where it fell apart was the singing and not because simply can't sing like i thought they should've pulled the ray but i don't know if they have rights to the music but where i can see the family will not feed. They didn't give permission so they couldn't get all the famous refer songs but she she killed that role i thought she yeah. She staring talented okay. Gene black br. Yeah yeah who c- theory will this who plays genius for real the ultimate lifetime special the lifetime version to version of me. Yeah i g two so this question. I need no black. He's very israeli. We get like black brits on this show okay this is. This is a question. I just asked. What in your opinion is the greatest black british song. And why is it. Return of the mack. The show's over on hsun tuesday yet. Come on the day. I was watching some movie. Some team and i was like it was. They might have been girl. J what was it like in europe. I what was it going off. Like he was about to be a big star he was about to be a big star and thank the press turn against him and he's courageous appear but he was. He was going to be a big soft people sitting he was. It was a big loss first. Hand witness to that song working first hand witness but the gene. I think he kept like trying to think. In ninety five the thing was sort of. Like i gotta get more press by being more gangster always felt like all those arrests that he was getting into was like on purpose just to. Yeah because the press turned against him and that was the end of that stupid ways now. And you've got your copy gotta find mars what we thank you for coming on the show so much fun galatian king some extra freedom. I know you ain't totally free. But you seem to most. I'm sorry i wanna come. Do scott skull dr. I am going there. You on their pocket smarter once and she gave me a number and i lost the woods in two thousand eight and i was the red carpet stuff and they have people try to drag possibly do come away from england classrooms copy and then she came back and choose not kill from comedy chaplain. I was like yes and she. She's on the front and then she performed later on in the evening at these bt executive level. Too cool for school like sitting there. And i got up. I was seeing all the words to songs. She was on mikey. And she's like he's my number didn't become an that. Never got in touch with matt himself. So tell is done. No you're gonna show done that's gonna be crazy Well thank you for coming on the show on behalf of seem supreme from tikolo and sugar steve. Thank you gene there. It is fun this is level. See on the next go round. Of course let's thank y'all what's up. Make sure you keep up with us on instagram at cumulus. Let us know what you think. Sit down with us. Don't forget. Subscribe to our podcast. Love supreme is production. Iheart radio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows the air we breathe the water. We drink the soil that grows food for our families. These basic elements are essential to healthy. 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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"How can you come with something creative. When you're under such duress and i wanted to know. Was it like that on the set as well like i said is a fund. Set before we do. I'm food rehearsals are on f. o. Beats we a music like if you look thorns and stuff you'll see at me and the cost of crew. All of us will put music. We fucking we. I'm it's got energy just get is fine. This is starting to play. Make the people. This is not rocket science. This is not surgery. So i put musical have fun and the rise is really nice. Collaborative feel and chart likes the room. That where chuck comes in and he loves permanent hanging with us and it doesn't feel high pressure we're talking. We don't because the show if you watch bob has michelle. It's not a joke heavy show. It's funny and we aim for the fighting but we also aim for the real hot the real story the real three dimensions of all the characters. So it's not just joke joke right now. Do you know the funny comes. We concentrate chuck is now twice lot. We concentrate on story making real and then you can add emma jokes later so i've learned a lot cincinnati shovel. We haven't got that kind of high intensity thing going on we. We collaborative thing. Everybody works together. We break and i've had people come up to me after the season. Go this one of the best sets of works on your energy's positive finally keep it light and it's not high pressure. Enjoy coming to up. So desirable. I think we would have heard it from you right now. In your your comedy home about how. The show came about that finding meal. Google owner that. I've got a whole routine about it. Chuck his head. He's like i you know i also want to. You know commend you on you know. I know that the rule comedy's supposed to be like tragedy. Plus time equals humor. Or i guess that's the the the formula but you know all of your subject matters you somehow find the seriousness and things that are like you know you leave nothing knowstone on turn light until i sleep. Apnea you talk about lupus coming out to your family all these things how did you. Where did you get to the place. Where is like because he. I think you have to not care in order for your world to open up a usually if people are super guarded and yet that sort of thing then you're not going to work but you have to get the point where you get shading. Yeah we're reach that level not that long ago you know. I wasn't out for a very long time. Because i was like a black woman in this industry. I don't look a certain way. Like do i really want to give them something else to boxing with sofa longtime. I did not talk about my sexuality. At home i avoid the question. I'm alive but i always circumvented the questions. They asked questionable. I i was this so it at the beginning of my career. It helped me. Because i had to think outside the box as far as materials concerned because whenever those relationships i'd go right just think of patil so it made my material stand up because i wasn't one of those women talking about relationships. I wasn't talking about that stuff but then after years i. It was like a jacket. Because i couldn't really open up be completely myself on stage because i was holding back facet of my personality and i didn't really come out till i started touring. I was on tour cat. Williams and i was touring with. I was there for the crazy. I was there on on a private jet with shook night. I was there for all of that. You got you got shit. That was happening. I was there for all of it all of it. But i was also. I'll tell you that. Come back to that onto onto a young comedian who shown takeaway. Who's she's way in style and she's a lesbian coming. And i loved how unapologetic she was on stage. And i'm watching. I think and envying thinking that's what you do just be on stage and be yourself doesn't matter and it got the point where you know. I done all the things. I'm supposed to be happy smiley. Don't threaten gina figgis to try and get on. It had worked. And that's what. I'm just gonna do me do me and i just and i didn't make a big deal are coming out to slip to joke in here to line in here. I like a big deal of it. Because it's just one facet of my person that just it doesn't totally define you exactly but it just means that i was completely open and there was nothing i was hiding and my comedy co better. How did that feel like having realization. How did it feel so good. And why did i wait so long. Like oh my god. I wish i done this years. But when i back up people get the black for dessert you. Because you know. Blackie were homophobic people but it is because unlike look at bill up reputation being a really good comic really funny and so people like me. If you don't then you go for every one person. I lose again and up five so yes i wish i done it years ago but yet it good glad at it but as the cat williams. Yeah i was until twelve and cat. One of the most generous giving support if people smartest people i've ever met. Yes if you comedy take out all the motherfuckers. The guy is that gina. Cat is brilliant. Brilliant i tell you that i just let the pimp shit get in the way but he the way all of them any the intelligent man. We had wonderful conversations. But i'd have one conversation to the next day. He was like that. So i was like on you know and he was actively because again. I didn't kiss us. I didn't know but yeah. I was on that tour. We should my you know. I was left on stage to an hour and a half sex because he i'll tell you one story. Wow encapsulate the craziness. Did you have an hour and a half. Did you have just proud work or okay. Yeah i've been in a queen twelve. I do shot to specials out. I got you got to let me tell the cops ate the whole thing so i'm onto. I mean very jealous. The first time cavs taking me onto. He calls me up the first time. I met cap. I'm in new york. It's the new comedy festival. Cat is appearing at the cutting your soda an ongoing to watch the show. Because my friend will so. Vince was opening plan. So i'm trying to put the time. I'm about to kill the fun to watch. The show will souvent schools. And i'm like. I'm about to walk in the fair and taking my feet. He goes to the same store so coming out the stage door and they go cats here. He's been arrested on the way to the show. So can you go up and do twenty minutes. And i'm like connie who we'll on did. He's time that. I went on and did mine and killed and towards the end of my set cat williams. File the police and he made it in couscous my set and afterwards he was like i like you undertake to until i was like. Yeah yeah before. Whatever and i was busy in new york from la south at was.

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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Down in england. We'll was you know. So when i ended up doing all the blackbirds colleagues for. Oh my god. That was a massive being sleek vhs of the comedian. So but when i came to. Because that's when i started. You know chris chris again you know we came there too. Yeah he came in towards so we need chris. What was chapelle show came late long. We did get. But i never watched the show. I never watched it. Because it was at that time when i was i. Don't lemon chapelle show. It was like two thousand three two thousand. So i was already in comedy in england. Just hustle hockey. I never really watched a lot. I never really. I've seen. I've never seen all of i've seen clips to the chapelle show on the internet by never. I was not really watching tv. That i watch the. I know i've of senior. I know show no it is about. I watched the documentary. Whether it was on. I never wanted to show here once. You see in eclipse seeing them all. I'm playing no okay so from my observation. You know when i'm watching People talk about english comedy. Of course fawlty towers monty python and whatnot. Why what would it black. Would you say white english. Say english comedy a using these wacky. I get it but what were black people. Holding onto as far as comedy was concerned in the late sixties. Early seventies like what was monty python for not black people. Not not really. I think in the shit about monty python. I never found financing. It was just a bunch of very wealthy middle class white. This monty python sounded too. That's only sounds to me. I just. I never watched killer. I didn't get it you. I think i didn't get much. Benny hill was physical comedy. Exactly i was a kid watching that and it was a kid. I mean as a kid. I was the guy who kenny ever. Who i found hilarious if you have a look up clips of this guy on on uchi. Kenny everett hilarious. He was funny and he was who i was. We had lenny. Henry use our black comedian one top black median in the uk so we watched a lot of his staff alaska so we had stopped. We had we had a lot of tv shows with caribbean actors on it. So we are. Our shows as far as black comets in the sixties. A lot of the black comics in the sixties did very self deprecating humor. That was for why audiences you know. They do similar to our menstrual comedy for america. You guys had their version of that for the uk as well. The black mountains of british. Oh yeah it was on the and then we also had black. Yeah and so let me. He was our one back coming and they're black. Tim sideways for a long time because he did appear in the minstrel show. He was a young black comic. There was nothing out that he was the one and he just did what he was told to do. But yeah did the veteran show blackie. Were for a long time. So what year did the minstrel show. Stop in the uk. Not for long time did it went on for. I didn't i think it's i think it didn't stop to like the early night. It went on for a long time. I might exaggerating. But i know it was on for a very long time. Stop way after. It should've stopped. Damn ways has to sell by date. Well well wait. so how. how does one cut their teeth and navigate through the early structure of trying to be a comedian like well. What clubs and like. How are you able to do that. And also you know where they open to you being a a woman a black person. How hard was it to sort of rub shoulders. And what else. I didn't call me in the ninety s that had been there was a burgeoning blackhawks. There was a he was very segregated so we had a black thing which was made up of theaters. black run theaters. There were lots of good underground boop states around the country and there was a promoter. Johnson it who used the porn shows. And he's the bring over american comics to do our shows like i've met. Jbc move twenty five years ago at in atwood's all of these guys twenty years ago. When i was starting out in england i went to see them at theaters in england in the nineteenth before they became huge. So this guy. Johnson it was put on shows. There was a really good comedy thing. Nine comedy clubs status event. The black thing was an event. They put in place on the flyer. People came just a big event. So that's where i started in. Condemning blacks in the white community was mainly comedy clubs and they were love them all at the country. So you could make. The blacks ing paid no money because he was more advanced but there weren't as many of them. So you might get one might get one show every couple of weeks. Paying three hundred bucks was on the white side that paid less money. But you call a lot of work if you go into the clubs. I've always made a point of plane. Both sets playing the black and white seeing immediately from the beginning i was like i won't be to everybody and i wanna make order money because i'm nigerian. So that's how. I wouldn't mind so i want to do all the clubs so i made the point of playing both the white sackett your sell out whatever by never sold myself. I always was pretty much. Quintessentially me when i did the shows so yeah and that's why did it was hard. It was a struggle. It was a struggle getting those clubs because they didn't spent black community they always thought to. This is the mark of the assumption that every black comic is a deaf jan comic every black comic to certain way. That's how it was in england. They the tobacco is apparent in whatever so it was a struggle clouds. I worked here and i did. I tested and clubs. And i i did get on but you know it was hard getting on tv. I was always token. We're always on tv on all of tv shows. You know. I was famous for being that black girl on every show in england now so when he shows accused of racism they rex. Gina gina on our so eight times. So i realized i was being used as a token to keep other black people down so i gotta get going to get. I was told that i was trying to figure out. In american comedy when blacks are trying to get that mainstream level Like you know how do you get out of what we call the chitlins circuit and to mainstream comedy. Some black comedians joke with me. The one thing you can't do when you decide to go mainstream. Is i guess. The common denominator is amongst. Comedians is Your defcon your def jam comic. If you're fucking the chair. So.

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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Kids over its white supremacy. Thank god why personally they indoctrinated the entire planet and then genius what they did when you're thinking about it knocking. I'm also dying. Because i do another podcast with just got in. Asia kindred in asia always says the root of everything that has to go on with black people white supremacy so as to like word salute ingenious. The the fact that they subjugated us that they convinced. Get stuff that we were less than and generations later hundreds of years later. We still believe that we are less than we still do. Hence you have you know african americans. Hey africans applications this the trial. Everything stems from that. The religion was forced upon after half believing in a white jesus of the white the villainous upon the homophobia that was never existent in african society. We will spiritual we were. Wait massed practice uraba. Sorry are you. D- practice uraba the religion. Or i don't practice any religion really unlike i've told that from our europe family from berlin city but yet like if you look back in history homophobia was not existent in africa. It was all about spirits. They you know there are historical pieces written by people who came they the. What did they engine. What can now so now they because somebody literally just told me that ghana just took down the sign and their airport. Basically saying don't bring you a homosexual. Don't bring your american homosexual. Basically the the brits came in and they were like what you're doing you're worshiping these data these wooden artifacts. This is disgusting tingle you will. You will worship this white cheese and they churches and they took the land to build these churches and they beat the religion into the people. And it's been pasta. Journalists darren's not whether religion comes on so the christianity in alaska was not there before it was out the land. We were around haiti's we worship the spirits within people so yes there were mendel had more feminine energy but it was no big deal that will women do mascot energy but people just were it was all about the spirit to the people. Same thing within the digital tracks of every country you know they had different genders make. It didn't involve app spirit. Some of these people were different. Genders different identities were considered most to consolidate watching. They go to for advice in that. So this was what it was like before the watch issue came stuff this this this is hidden atavistic. You worship our white qisas you go to churches and we will give you our education. And if you don't do it we will kill you. So why were building your churches. We will take every land to build these churches that you did not know you need and you will worship in them and we may sell some of your family. But that's just how it is. We are bringing you civilization and that's what happened so the religion that you see is bastardize. It's being used by men to subject. This is the sandwich that was jeans to to justify enslaving blah. Oh yeah i'll say you know all about this we to act like we forgot. So i'm like this same religion that you'll use to be people that have because this is the same that was used to to subjugate. Oh people hundreds of years. Is that the thank colonize the claim to jet but rejected the bullshit. A to when you when you occasionally bring this up in concert like when you really get real about the effects of racism knowing that you have a mixed audience that like what's the general reaction and how do you handle it if someone claps back at you. 'cause i try to do this once. And it didn't work with his sort of drunk frat boy. I'm rick james bitch audience. That was wanting him to just you know just be a caricature and you know. He hit the turn. Dick gregory on them. Yeah i mean here's the face the audience the ten come to see me. No i say well. I'm going to say so if you'll come to see me. You know that you get again. Also as a comedian. My first of cool is always to entertain. I'm here to make you laugh mar teacher. I'm not sure. That's not what i'm here to make you laugh so that is always my first cool. You need to be laughing now. If i'm slipping in some politics and slipping in some teaching you something as long as you're laughing it's all good so i don't go out and just go harding. Herb is the devil. You don't do that. I tell stories. I tell stories of experiences for my last. Because just by virtue of who i am i can statement so i don't have to make a big deal out black book. I'll just tell stories. I'll tell stories about the race. This woman on the train. Who didn't believe that. I belong diverse cloud. I'll tell the stories of being in the first class lounge at the airport and a guy asking where the exile. I'll just tell. I'll tell the story now. And they learned from stories that laughing. But they're learning sanctum. That's how i do it. It's like feeding medicine but you it that so you don't really know you're taking the medicine and that's how i tend to do it as a stand common tanago. Obviously people still get angry because what we will get angry. You've got the the defensive y. P. by dfw.

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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Phone. And i will send you a western union and emotive back and i was like did you look at my name. You are trying to scam another nigerian. Gina is the scam in pure nigerian. Or is it tribals. Because some may say there's certain tribes and more scamming others or no. I don't know about that. I just think it's just i. I must say no nigerian to spoil percentage of my jeans. Doing this is not all nigerians. I can't do that. Shit i know how to. I would love to learn but no no. It's a small percentage is it's been blown out of proportion to make it look like every nigerian scam and there's a small percentage of who are really really good but i trust is a base more number five is i don't know i'm glad you clear that up. I didn't cleared up. Let's see it's all about honesty. People were doing on this stuff. Well honestly i gotta. I gotta go. I gotta cancel this check. Just sent out. 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Because the same education that we will go and seventies eighties. The view of africans. The only image of africans on tv was either are sitting there with flies landing on our face begging for food donations or in tarzan movies chasing whiteman around in china and cookham in parts were bones and our noses so we were seen as primitive and heathen animalistic and that was what the image of africans was at the time so as an african kid is i will probably you guys in america. African squad trick in england was african. People spear chucker all of those. It was black because the british was so good hiding there that because this thing about the british the europeans the biggest lamest biggest belgians were disgusting with dutch. Were discussed number one about that. England was number one british empire. They were they just hit it. Better like icing this routine. The americans did of stealing share as stephen people and bringing it back to their own house whereas the brits stole but kept in other people's houses and they went to africa play stall people but then bring them back to england. I put them on. The colonies in the caribbean is not thanks to in barbados. In kids to make all of those people are descendants of slaves all the black people from the islands but they did not educate the the black people from as to where they came from. They just assumed that they were from the islands that there was a black africa and our platform islands. They didn't know so. I had so many fight to school with kids. We call continue cable african to make a run without bones. I used to get that school and it was two routes came out in england that they were mine. Holiday is they. didn't they will educate it's they will not educate the school system did not educate us to tell us the all black people k. From africa they didn't know so at school. I went for horrible time with other black kids. Just calling me names. I was constantly getting into the school. And that's where. I started using humor because getting into trouble because activate myself into the crazy kid severe because she will country face to big small. I would just fight. Be ready to fight to show. So that i wouldn't get bullied up. Allow any to our fighting so then. I started using humor to kind of circumvent those those confrontations to school okay. So it's weird to hear you say that because in my mind i thought that type of ignorance suggest for america because yeah like i also you know had experienced like that in the mid seventies or whatever like the the worse end salt you could say like on the on the playground. Whatever on recess to call someone african like. That's ones like already fuck you up. You said to me again but here that this also is happening with african.

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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Opinion. Because there's too many. There's benin-city in nigeria. Which is where my family from. And then there's been in the country which is next hundred. Niger where they speak french. Yeah so you've been knit but if they say panini york i'm assuming it's been in the country i believe it was the country simply because there was a civil war happening the nigerians had some Benin prisoners that they used as leverage to negotiate Gregor great grandfathers was one of those Those captured and sold the slavery in so the country. It's the county them. yes but the open. My history of nigeria and the benin within nigeria which is now southern nigeria where my family form and how advanced the society was and how bullish came and try to take and they they asked handed to them by the balloon warriors and then they came back and but been into the ground stolas bronzes and hence why all these bronzes in museums in new york and around the world because the british came burnt down beneath stole the bronzes and sold the bronzes to pay for the army laid used to burn dominant. Ooh man. it's done to the world like exactly when you guys though so polite in genteel. No it is they are state savages also not for nothing nigerians usually act like nobody coming mess with them at all so this history is not always told in that aspect. It's like come on now. We good we go. Independence my air independence in nineteen sixty four. Hey from nineteen sixty dollars. Even then the company was completely messed up to that because why to came out and took everything with them they would rate will resources over oil all the everydollar resources and then there was a lot of money in oil for a while but it all collapsed deal collapsed. The school systems was based on the british school systems. You know they took away the element that nigerians. All about africa's we're all about family learning trades and and tossing down stuff within founding and the british can forget what families that capitalism. It's all my capitalism you then get his qualifications and and so they completely change the way that nigerians worked and it's just ruined in my people in the country and few greedy people just cream. Everything of the history should know yours. You have to go to. Africa has asked race. I'm just oh yeah yeah When you were speaking of your family earlier are you in an active kind of Communication with them like. How does the idea of a family reunion work or well. That's my dad. Died a few years ago that the family he was definitely a man wants to nigeria. And i was very polite to him kersey he. He's the other half of my genetic tree. And i was very a nigerian southport to we. Spent my oldest. So when i'm going to go motherly i. I was going to do that so i was very polite. We'd sat with them to dinner. We talked. i asked him questions that i'd had for my childhood that. Why did you come back for us. Why and he had a stock of letters that he'd been sending to us as kids that will be returned because my mother's gadding because she he broke her you know. My mother was pregnant with my younger brother when my dad left. So imagine in. England in the seventy s given birth by herself as a single mom as a single mom in the seventies in england where shed no family. Nobody and she'll i have another brother. My brother were toddlers the time she was giving birth to my youngest brother so me. My brother had to go into foster care temporarily while she went into hospital to have this baby because she had not so. We will let you care you know. She got a wife heavy so to us while she was hostile to have this so my mother never forgave my father that key. Imagine all these women their husbands coming with flowers for their wives. You've had those papers and she's lying there by yourself with absolutely nobody so she never forgave him. Never forgave him. So as a result i kind of i'm going to say i hate him. Bows light looking abandoned us you know. I went through life with a horrible stepfather. Horrible knives right. You never came for us. So i give you respect as my father. Think about basle you gain so. I made the once and after that i was like. Oh i admit that was great. I took a few hours all you need. That's need so when he died. He's other kids like ecouen full funeral. And i'm like no i am sorry for your loss. Okay it was the father to you. And i'm so if i did not know the man so now i'm not coming to the funeral. What about your mother's big family. Oh my mother's side. The family not the wives he who killed. I didn't know any of those. But i'm not very my uncle's sister's yet. A lot k coupledom came to england so my mom found a good. We'll have friends that that's who i work with. Okay hey can you okay. I'm glad you're on the show to also clear up a this. This conception because americans have a different especially black americans they we have this different idea of who nigerians are coming from a really nice in dc not in houston and not in atlanta but yes outside of dc houston in atlanta danone. A no but it's it's almost like a crazy stereotype that we'd never get to dispel that myth because we rarely have nigerian guests on the show was this. What's the stereotype but just basically like the jaren scam artists that this visible scam artists. That we we have to that shit. I mean i can't even dan. I'm trying to get you to wipe it off the table. Very small very resourceful and your steeply after full for seventy scams and give them your money. Then i went tonight. That was sixteen. I went to nigeria. Went to lakers. I saw houses with signs on the houses said this house is not for sale. They had signs on the house because what was happening people were going on the internet and selling people thousands so selling houses don't belong to them so you in the house people. Yeah and if you don't excuse me in my house. I just bought this house like no. This is my ass but this is what was. Hey brought that scam here gene. Are you aware that. Nigeria is brought. That's game here and there's a scam all over europe craig. List your favorite apartment search. You see a beautiful house in. The price doesn't look believable. And then you call and they tell you to drive back and look at it from the outside and they give you a long story about how somebody lost a job but somebody died and didn't feel i didn't fall. I just got to the part where you drive has the house and i remember someone. Selling phone years ago on ebay or something. Cellphone was on the cellphone cellphone and is nigerian semi. Listen i feel what three hundred for the phone or something and these guys. I'll keep you seven hundred down to some.

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"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Is the best. Come on now from us. My only watching in hong. So you're seeing that you ride for all english. Things like marmite sandwiches and mumbai. Nope tough yes. Bob spang mash banks crash i love mash comfy but some of it not about putin is going to ask into our pig blood. Philly kosher is wait time out. I didn't all all these years. That i've been having i'll usually had the black pudding they'll serve that when we're on like a fairy come coming from like europe headed to the uk and they'll have like black pudding as breakfast. You're telling me there's blood in that is like i did not know that you discussed it anyway. You're not gonna make a comic moment out this way. Being about drinking daddy juice. I don't think it's just yeah made from blood as close and as we explained earlier that you know in america. I think like the beans. The beans are sourced associated with pork and beans or hotdogs. Import human beings are kind of an afternoon evening dish whereas in england. And that's a breakfast breakfast. Exit beans chips experience and beans sausages as a proper purpose. I and i was like. Where's the basement was mexico. Mexico doesn't la but it tastes way better. I think probably. I got that one. Gene ayash ray can to benghazi mass. I beams on top. It looks all god. I have no idea. I know lust genome until you this much refried. I miss i miss torn so much. I'm actually. I'm actually going to side on your your side of the fence this time around. Normally i'd be with them. Can i ask a question though. Because even though gina is born and raised in london her mother is not and so. I must think that your mother does not feel the same way about this english food and and and on the back of that question. Can you also breakdown like how dope in royal of a situation. Your mother came to to come and they came to london. Live with a flip of the switch for one. Mom loves a bit babbling. Stud even knock it. My mom is four nights though. He loves my gym food when we kids my food in the house but my mom loved mashed potatoes and my mom loves baked beans so it was the dichotomy but my mom was from a wealthy way. We'll found my mom's from a family the family and they are practically royalty in my and my mama wealth of family. That had a lot of wives. She was educated that traveled all of the world of business and took her with him and she went to private school when she was a school. Principal in nigeria before she was twenty four years old. She's very very issue achieved a lot and then she came to england taking four. Why don't you come in. England long story short. If you read the book that's coming in. That's how you know that my my mother was a daughter of the first wife. Some of my my grandfather had many wives as you know polygamy was widely practiced. Tell me about it. lots apps. Lots of never masking for nas allies wise and my my mom was the daughter of the first one but the first one was very pavel as the first one is as first the otherwise jealous and there was the otherwise mattered. My grandmother they all. Yeah we never into your shit. Yeah peru the otherwise did not my mother. My grandmother was like listen. Otherwise these bitches are trying to kill me. If anything happens to me get my daughter out of nigeria. So she ended up dying at she poisoned and when she dies marcona nfl now before my grandmother died so she said when i come back when i come back i'm going to speak english and in england and not go to have children because my mom. My grandmother had eleven kids. And don't want all these children and to do a man's job and going to have freedom all of these things when she died from poison shettima on a throat. Obviously when she died my grandfather said my mom out the country because what killed the what. I'm not going to kill my my door. So he set my mum to england to study and that is where my mom met my dad. They may show that they had me. And i came out with this markle my slow so basically. I'm a nation of my grandmother. So that's the story because my is believe heavily inclination and i came out doing over things that my grandmother sabah. Yeah you kind of fulfilled her everything. So when my mom was like comedian to become a remember is what your mother wanted. I unreal mother. But yeah my mom someone. That's how my mother ended up in england studying and she's a teacher. She came to invent you to carry on workers teachable. England's police issue couldn't my dash met my dad my dad will studying hd. He was an who was also qualified lawyer. They couldn't get work as a lawyer in england so basically they met they got married they had us and then my dad was like forget this. I want to go back to nigeria. This is i drive a pass. And i'm a lawyer. I'm a lawyer in nigeria. I must stay here to drive a bus. Let's get the kids go. I've had my tools in england. They are british. I want them to stay. In england and be afforded all the opportunities that pain british entails and staying here with my kids. So basically my momma dads out my dad. One tonight julia when i was three and i didn't seem again to stay seven when i went out. Let's do a show in nigeria. So that was we. You met your father backstage at a show. He came to my show. So that went pretty well known in england and pretty well known in nigeria. Don't accomplish sketches on television in england that environment. My i've flown out to nine hundred to do a show and obviously i still carry my father's name so my father was on what i was going. My mom was like oh. Your father is due to turn up. You watch is going to turn up at you claim you did. He show with a bunch of brothers. Sisters i'd never let so it was. It's all in the book. It's all about people get an also in the book. I i want to tell people to get a good history on the empire benin and whatnot. I was like oh wow i had no idea. So can you briefly. Let me know about i just recently found out my lineage to benin like maybe a year ago in the country next to nineteen of benin the city in nigeria.

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"gina" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Homophilia

"She was dead with her best friend. Gloria bigelow who's also comedian and nina turned to oil. That's the woman i saw on showtime. She's great she's a high anina. Come with me actually. She just grabbed my hand and dragged around with around and show them around and we just became like that. And that's basically people of you know each other and like twelve mix just we just clicked immediately and i was living in new los angeles and a year before i was like i'm leaving. I'm going to new york to make money doing comedy. And i wasn't making money. I've made a plan the gear before the in twelve months time. I'm going to be living in new york. And nina lived in new york for the universe was like you'll love your life and you're going to end up moving into new york moved to newark a move moving straight in with and that's what we did and that's where we lived happily for six years until bob hearts michelle drivers both back to la but now a both happy because hell as much for that when you're actually making a living when you have a sitcom on cbs. Right co created and you star in all of it getting all the checks all the chelsea shirt. How did the show come to be what what was. The initial spark cannot a blue. So i've been pitching shows per longtime time to sell a story of my journey immigrant family mixed with comedy star and nobody. Nobody knew what to do with it. Nobody got it so. I'd kind of pitched it in turned by every network and then kinda given up on the idea and i was back. You think tim. I stand up and i got a call out the blue for my agent saying chuck. Laurie wants to meet chuck loyal. Big band half man young sheldon mike and molly fame wants to talk to you so they flew me out to los angeles for this meeting and room and trump was like okay. I've got an idea. tv show. I want to make another show down. I don't want it to be another mike. And molly. i want to the female protagonist to be nigerian. We'd love you to help us. Create shall consult on the show because we are free white guys. 'cause him eddie that skiing out he can t work with them on a lobby shows. And they're they're like we're thrilled white guys. We cannot write this show. We need someone from the culture to help us. Make sure we get this. And that's how it came about. I i. I was tempted to say no in fact i did when i left. I call my agent. And i was like note this sounds weird and exploitative and i want no part of it but luckily i have a younger brother and best friend who will call me and scream at me and in a fucking idiot when an idiot and that's what they did above koby from england and screamed at me for two hours in stereo so then was like fine. I'll see what they want. So i stayed with them. Once i got in the room with them. I realized that they were genuine. The chuck is a genus and he wanted to make a good show. And i said fine as long as you know that The things i'm going to say the have to be done in there have to be done. Cannot you know if you want to be done right. And you want to stay away from racist and stereotypical tropes. You have to listen to me. And they did saw find. I kinda fell in love with these guys. And i started working with the money and eventually after couple of days that were you know. Consoling co creator and producer of the show. You're you're in the show with us. So they just open to that obviously as a stand up comic. My dream gig is going to be the best friend in someone else's sitcom come in still. The scene ballots use that sellout clubs and theaters. So i started creating a best friend. Captivated know that. I was creating for myself. I was like you know what i need to read. Billy needs a competent. And yet we this character and eventually when. Cbs showed an interest. Chocolate guys. Were like okay so if you want to be michelle. Because we won't be michelle and if you want the mola babashola you have to audition and i was like. I don't want adam schefter. I want the woman on the bus because she had no name. Chemi had no name of that one. And i was like i want women the bus and chuck looked at me with very fucking smart and that's how it all came about just out of the blue. They literally said. I asked them how they found me. How did you find me. Did you see my electric bills. Did you see them. Def comedy jam. Did you see the daily show. Did you see on the tonight show. And they were just types. My june female comic into google. So fantastic can go. They say can god for google. Thank god for google. That is that is a modern success story. If i've ever heard yeah well tested. Well cack-handed is the memoir by johnny. Julie's congratulations hooks. I mean pickups copy delightful read. Are you going to read reviews absolutely. I can't help myself. I am one of those people. Who does google myself once in a while and for the most part my okay. This is cooler than i see someone who writes something horrible. You fuck but i will the fruit and so far we've had a couple of with us come in and they've been phenomenal liar. I'm like god. People are liking it. Yeah so your fingers crossed. It will be good and the bad ones well. You can't please everybody. I'm a comedian. I love me. Some people hate me. That's just the way yup. So i'm hoping that people the book are fans and so daily joy get these other facets of who i am you know yeah exactly and bad reviews are always written by stupid people. So just don't forget that exactly ignored always. Yeah exactly is great. Read thank kids. Thank you so much for hanging out with us. Thank you for having me saw about with glitches in the holdups..

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"gina" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Homophilia

"And i was like. I can't put this out in the world. So i had. I fired her. Basically i find that i had to start again from scratch and luckily for me the pandemic eight. I mean nobody will ever hear that. Come someone else. Luckily for me the pandemic but that's exactly what happened. The pandemic and i was like well. I'm not going anywhere. I just finished the first season of the show and so we had like a three month hiatus and oslo within three months on. Just knock out as much of this book as possible. Because i'm not gonna you know. Usually i was planning to go on the road and go hiatus and that didn't happen so i was stuck at home so i just knuckle dad's just started right in this book and this book in the pandemic and even when i went back to work on second season the show i was doing four fifty hour weeks on the show in the riots wound by in the scripts then go on and taping and then after that i'd come home whatever time web it's nine ten o'clock at night and then i'd right through to four in the morning so that's what i was. Yeah yeah i just worked around it. What was the most difficult part of the writing process for you. I'm not that disciplined. And i'm a mad procrastinator. So not one of those people that can go and into. I three hours a day and day. I just go around and sit down and write and then what my anything else for like three weeks. I won't even look at it because my brain. And then i got. She does deadline. Burma much actors. Who i've only spoken. And that's how it was like just sporadic splurges of writing and botanic cathartic. Because you know. I didn't realize i was still holding onto certain themes for my child like the particular chapter about my horribly abusive stepfather. When i was right in that chapter the anger the fury the hatred all can wrap backup like it was yesterday so that was kind of interesting right in low shirt and those students coming up and then be able to let those feelings out onto the page and just feeding so much better and feeling cleanse afterwards but there was also lots of funny. Stop the happened. It wasn't all doom and gloom and depression and racism sadness and and abuse you know at that was some fun things. Yeah it's a very funny book. Yeah there aren't the and some of the darkest parts or some of the funniest part. But it's interesting that you that you say. You're not a disciplined person because that was such an important value of your mom and you talk about that in the book. So do you think that it that party your lack of discipline as you describe. It is kinda like in in reaction. Yeah i think of rebellion because my mother was such a harsh disciplinary. So i rebelled against everything. So you know i i if bungee jumps moat excited everything all the things that my mom would have hated me to done and you know. I've good at school academically goodman. I was really good at memorizing stuff. So that's why. I was able to just memorize stuff and we got you tatum onto the page. And then get the moment. I walked out the exam. But yeah. I've never i've always been my brain is always been all over the place. I've never been totally disciplined focus. But i i could hardly say for those moments that i really needed it. Sure and it's i mean you are dealing with some heavy emotional content so it makes sense that you. Would you know practice. Avoidance ah during the process that makes perfect sense but engaging with it alone in a room yeah did it was it. Are you glad you did it. I'm glad i did it. I didn't know i could you know. I'm i'm glad i had to find the. I'm glad i skied again. And did it myself. Because it's quintessential gina page. It's all me. And i am able to add another skill to my repertoire. I ve written a book. And i did. I did not have the discipline. I didn't know i could do. I didn't do it and tom's dry in this book and i was like no you know when i first started writing i'd send checks to the editor and she's lying. Nah you skipped whole a load of stuff. You need to delve deeper into this subject. Because i was and then i went to school. It wasn't great and then after that it was a wonderful her literally and she was like. No you have to delve deeper. Have to dell diva hold on a second mike contractor another contracts calling me. why not. Just wanna make sure from. We're obviously going to listen to every bit of this guys know dole ryan please. How how how did it all turn out good. I am 'cause i'm just doing every single thing at the same time so the house an onslaught just stuck. Let's just do everything and just do it once and then we never have to do anything so i'm having plumbing. Electrical had had figured i had to pull put on had life to everything is a tiny booth trust. You have to get it one time. That's it gets very hopping out to the. Yeah almost my mrs. If we have about these. I love you so here. In i like these. But my missus wanting pool. So i promised she we bought this has with the view. I will put a pool in. So i'm doing little tiny pool. Honestly tiny you'll find i. I'm sure you already know this being in la for awhile pool parties. Nobody actually have really gets in anyway so you can still have pool parties and we'll give you our information before we go. You can still have. It's just all you need is april my instagram. You'll see on my stories oil. A photo of it says how smooth is foolish. Okay we queasy rooms this deck. But it's good enough when it gets hot and cool off and gap. I can't even swim out. Did you pull loving mrs meat. I was performing at a festival called mich fest. Michigan's women festival and it's a massive festival and this is all naked lesbians running around in the woods with music and dancing and comedy and workshops and stuff and i was booked to perform and they all camp is a massive campsite. But i do not so. I was like yet in a hotel and you have drive onto the site everyday because i did not detention and not shitting in a hole doing that. I don't need the hotel. So the the first i was performing to perform the bus. And they bought me onto the anita. Macguffin was standing there and she was dead with her best friend. Gloria bigelow who's also comedian and nina turned to oil. That's the woman i saw on showtime. She's great she's a high anina. Come with me actually. She just grabbed my hand and dragged around with around and show them around and we just became like that. 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"gina" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"gina" Discussed on Homophilia

"Okay yesterday just in case. She doesn't have to pronounce name because we got it. Just checking your vigilant. But sometimes people say it wrong. Yeah all the time all the time. Yeah what do they usually think. It's yes yes yes she again share a lot. And i'm not sure no. Yeah that's got to be painful. As i was as i got to the part of your book where you are in a club and one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. Oh in new york no no. I think it's in london But as i got into that part. I was listening to bbc radio six and they started playing jazz group how to solve which is which is what is playing in that scene. Yeah so. I just want you to know that you have control of the airwaves subliminally whether you know it or not. They guy special. I didn't realize this yet. I think that's i think that's clear absolutely crystal clear gina. Where are you. I am in los angeles an altar dino. Yes which is where i live now. I was living in north and after i watched a guy take a shit in a box. I was like you know what. I need to move to a quieter. More chill area. I mean at least for the recycling. Afterwards it wasn't as bad as it could have been but yeah i moved out to nature and quiet good good and somewhere new box and a new human being being created through the recycling program. But they go. Where were you north. Hollywood right behind where the old ha ha comedy club used to be off of lancaster. Oh yeah lafont is the arts district. Yeah i'm an. I loved it. Sure who kabul was really. I was very calm. But i just follow age and then the pandemic care and then is just. It became like the zombie apocalypse of methods. And just walk around screaming sauce. Like i'm too old for this shit. I'm going to go and live. Gm acquire where. I just have nothing to the mall. In crickets at night. And i love it. Called dina's gorgeous. I love it. Love it here and even know existed. It was a member of staff on my show that come out to denounce. Where is that other black people there. Because i'm going there. Let's there's at least one other black person per day. I'm going to be the only one in the village but turns out is twenty. Two percent blacks. Let me do it right. Yeah nice and it's it's doing. Well then fantastically perfect place to write. Do zemes chill love it. I see that will combine the morning. There's going through much flashes pretty wonderful. Wow l. la's magic iot. Are the coyotes coyotes and our little dog. So i'm like the whole time on my clarity. Get in the fucking house over to make sure my baby doesn't get eaten but other than that. it's good. i'm an eagle rock in our psychological warfare. Happening between me. And the yeah. It's pretty crazy. But i love it. It's nice and when you're when you're cozied up and out to dina at the end of the day. What are you watching reading listening to consuming everything. And we've been watching i watch. I'm watching high on the hog right now. Which is a documentary series about the foods and the origins of how all of southern cooking originate from africa. That was brought over by the slaves. And it's basically just me watching people eat delicious food and try not to accelerate and just stuck my face of comedies on watching a show. Could breeders watch it. I'll let you watch. Everything is on right now like everything. How shows i'm with how shows like i just moved house and were doing renovations on place. I'm just been watching. I've watched every single episode of house hunters house hunters renovation boise poet everything property problems ma fan but everybody are fantastic. Those are great. You get resolution twenty two minutes. Yep it's perfect fits. Yeah unfortunately can in that kind of reservation on my patience. i just found out my contractor. Who built my neuhof that we add it to the house had not connected it so we've been pissing and shitting in the basement for the last two weeks. Oh no you didn't connect so every time slots straight into the basement search to straighten to underneath the know going. Oh god oh. That's difficult. And i hope that he. That's a thing where he comes back and cleans. Oh no i'm sorry him he's out. We another plummeted check. He's work and they're the ones that discovered that like You toilet is not connected. It's just flush there's just a pile of peon toilet paper underneath luckily the toilet. So thank god you were trying to escape the poop north exactly. That's why we fled. The guy shitting. The box is just in my basement right now. Just chilling sometimes great times. So what did you watch. What were your big. Inspirations growing up influences that you can still see yourself and now i mean not connect can students necessarily see myself in now but as a kid. I was desperate to live in america. I wanted to be in america. I was watch shows like different strokes. Not like I want to be adopted by a rich white man and have made Cosby show those kind of shows than older. Mtv and joe mtv wraps and cribs gerald downtown julie brown. That's the stuff that i was watching and fresh prince and all you know the usual suspects but all the dreams of coming back were built into just baked into those tv shows. God aspirational have. You caught up with Downtown julie brown in the years. Since i've done that i goofed up. I was writing the book. Because i mentioned in the say in how she was living my dream. Not because i was like this is a black british woman on mtv in america. That is my dream life. So i followed her. Avidly for longtime and yeah. I could go. When i was wanting to talk to see what she's been up to and she's she's married to some rich student. Just chilling might now person. She's lovely couldn't be nice. Oh really i were you there at the same time dave. No no no no. 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