35 Burst results for "Goldie"

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

"The mason minutes. With Kevin mason, the other night before dinner, my wife and I were clicking through the TV channels and I stumbled upon something I hadn't seen literally in decades. The old 1960s, 1970s TV show, Rowan and Martin's laugh in. If you were alive, you remember it for Goldie Hawn and Artie Johnson and Judy carne and Ruth buzzy, and of course Ron and Martin. And I hadn't seen it, hadn't thought about it in years. I remember being a little one, 7, 8, 9 years old back in the day. I thought it was cool. All the colors and how fast it moved. And so we sat here and watched it the other night. And I realized how much of a time capsule it really was, and just how bizarre it was. It was kind of a variety show that tried to be hip. And I realized for the times it was hip, but I just couldn't get into it the other night. No, I realized it's been 50 plus years since that show was on. I think we were watching an episode from the first or second season, 1968, and it didn't keep my interest. I realized 50 years is a long time, but when you look at 50 year old TV, you can sometimes see the reality of how long it's been.

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Laugh-In (MM #4051)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

"The mason minutes. With Kevin mason, the other night before dinner, my wife and I were clicking through the TV channels and I stumbled upon something I hadn't seen literally in decades. The old 1960s, 1970s TV show, Rowan and Martin's laugh in. If you were alive, you remember it for Goldie Hawn and Artie Johnson and Judy carne and Ruth buzzy, and of course Ron and Martin. And I hadn't seen it, hadn't thought about it in years. I remember being a little one, 7, 8, 9 years old back in the day. I thought it was cool. All the colors and how fast it moved. And so we sat here and watched it the other night. And I realized how much of a time capsule it really was, and just how bizarre it was. It was kind of a variety show that tried to be hip. And I realized for the times it was hip, but I just couldn't get into it the other night. No, I realized it's been 50 plus years since that show was on. I think we were watching an episode from the first or second season, 1968, and it didn't keep my interest. I realized 50 years is a long time, but when you look at 50 year old TV, you can sometimes see the reality of how long it's been.

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Laugh-In (MM #4051)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

"The mason minutes. With Kevin mason, the other night before dinner, my wife and I were clicking through the TV channels and I stumbled upon something I hadn't seen literally in decades. The old 1960s, 1970s TV show, Rowan and Martin's laugh in. If you were alive, you remember it for Goldie Hawn and Artie Johnson and Judy carne and Ruth buzzy, and of course Ron and Martin. And I hadn't seen it, hadn't thought about it in years. I remember being a little one, 7, 8, 9 years old back in the day. I thought it was cool. All the colors and how fast it moved. And so we sat here and watched it the other night. And I realized how much of a time capsule it really was, and just how bizarre it was. It was kind of a variety show that tried to be hip. And I realized for the times it was hip, but I just couldn't get into it the other night. No, I realized it's been 50 plus years since that show was on. I think we were watching an episode from the first or second season, 1968, and it didn't keep my interest. I realized 50 years is a long time, but when you look at 50 year old TV, you can sometimes see the reality of how long it's been.

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Oscars 2022 hosts confirmed as Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Oscars 2022 hosts confirmed as Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall

"After three years without a hosted the Academy Awards will have three house this year marches are a letter with the latest Regina hall Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes will host the Oscars on March twenty seventh each one will host one hour of the three hour ABC broadcast the last time the Oscars had three host was in nineteen eighty seven with Chevy Chase Goldie Hawn and Paul Hogan producer will Packer says hall Schumer and Sykes are three of the most dynamic hilarious women with very different comedic

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"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Many questions is hosted and written by me, mini driver. Supervising producer, Aaron Kaufman, producer, Morgan levoy, research assistant, Marissa Browne. Original music, sorry baby, by many driver. Additional music by Aaron Kaufman. Executive produced by me, many driver. Special thanks to Jim nicolay. Will Pearson Addison O'Day, Lisa castella and anik oppenheim, a wkpr. De la pescador, Kate driver and Jason Weinberg, and for constantly solicited.

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"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:55 min | 8 months ago

"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"And make sure to listen to reasonably shady every single Monday on the black effect podcast network. What person place or experience has most altered your life? I think mister Hearst, my art teacher, I think that he changed my life completely. He sat me in front of a window and said, draw this, you need to get past. I don't know if you know this in the states. We had a thing called an old level, which is like a it's like a pre SAT. It's like an SAT that you take when you're 16. And then you take another load of exams when you're 18 called a levels. So you were studying for your own levels. I was studying for in art and I was great at sculpture, my hands, anything you put in my hands I could do it and I could sculpt. That's the thing I loved. And he said you could deal with that. It's great. You know, you natural, fantastic. But you need to step back. You got to draw this side of your you have to draw. And he got me to draw a newspaper in an ashtray in his glass paper and iron. And he got me through this exam and after hours, the children's arm was in at the time, said you could stay after school for a couple of hours each night and stay with the art teacher. And he changed my life. And weirdly enough, in him doing that, I did a documentary was really rare on Red Bull. It was called the alchemist. And I actually went to surprise him on his 70th on his birthday to thank him for what he done for me. It went into this little hall in Birmingham in a Paris church and you know, with an entourage of people and managers and people that were there and I was on tour somewhere and I sneaked in and walked in. It was arranged by his wife and I sneaked in and sat right next to him and he looked at me and he didn't even recognize you look back and carried and looking while he was talking. And then he looks and he just burst into tears and he was a great moment and I think those kind of moments kind of stay with me. It's because he grew up in a children's home. And he reached into that experience and saw more in you. And asked more of you. Yeah, well at the time I was getting beat and I was getting bullied at school. I actually used to have to walk on the canal on the way home. So get beat up on the main road. It was just crazy. I mean, it was a period of 5 years where it was just like it was hell for me. But the art class was everything. And that was it. And that's why I think I always gravitated towards that. The sense of art, and especially when in graffiti came. And that was the answer. Not only was he are on a new form of art, he was guys doing it together. There was tribalism and community. And he was brilliant and you could paint trains and stuff and all his match stuff and you know break the law as well. And it was illegal. And he was illegal. You know, and it's crazy because I have a wonderful gallery in the heart of Bangkok and he's called the autumn gallery. Latin for gold. And I have all of my Friends out from around the world, you know, from New York from Japan, from Mexico, from LA and it's a brilliant contemporary gallery. And I think to myself again, it's one of those moments where I'm going there on Monday, I was there two weeks ago and I walked in on a Wednesday and the staff were just opening up and there's no one in there. And just walking around in space and it's beautiful because my daughter can run around in there and she's looking at all this arm. And she's drawing away. She loves it. She's just really into it. But just seeing people, there's the one thing you see, I think music has been compromised because you can download it and the quality sometimes is a bit. And you can reproduce it and everything else and people are on a buy staff. But you can't stop the idea of tribal idea of a human being standing in a room with a painting. It just can't be beaten. Whether it's the national portrait gallery or it's a contemporary gallery, just being in a space with art is something beautiful I find. It's amazing that that's where your initial way out of what you described as being Hal through art and all through your life through the music and the graffiti and the crazy crews in New York all the way to Thailand and back to art. Yeah, it's nice. It seems to subscribe to your idea of it all being foretold. I think in that way, but also think internally allowing myself to be happy is something that I couldn't do. I never felt aloud. And I spent so much time in chasing complexity because my life has always been very intense. It's unpacking that. And being here in Thailand helps me to do that. So it helps you to simplify and be able to just see that the imperfection is beautiful. An hour ago, I started like three sessions I started at one till three in the morning that I got up. We do the school run baby and I got back when straight at it, so from 9 all the way through. I do like a full shift today. I would not stop. I was just this just driven with this painting, driven not only was I driven by the painting. I'm doing two at the same time. And I've done it both before in different ways. It's this style that I'm doing if this complicated layers and of a 9 layers and I get to the 8th layer and I rush the layer and I miss the layer up and I'm like, I just got to keep reminding myself that I just need so now I've got to spend three or four hours in the morning because I just didn't let the black dry in time. And I've done it before and I'll do it again. But each time I do it, I'm just at that moment where I'm like, I'm driven by something. For me, it's like music. I find that I'm driven by something far greater than myself, and I don't know what if it's just the spirit going mad or I just get driven to do something. It's not almost like it's finished because I've done this before, but he's finding something else in the painting and I tried something else and it kind of worked. But of course, most of the things that I do that make these mistakes, they teach me something. So I'm just like, I won't do it with the second painting because it's the next in line. But again, it was one of those things that I was all the way down and I was trying to complete it in a time frame. When there is no time, so I kind of shot myself in the foot. I think that's the thing with people at gravitate to music. And when you do this thing in the night and you blow up, but you're also you give the responsibility to all these people because you become this ego. Because when I was a kid, all the power was taken away from me. You know, you got to go in that room. You got to go there and you have to do this. So you didn't have any empowerment. So when you get the money and the cause and all that rock and roll, that sense of, you know, you're giving it away is the ego giving it away. And it's really light. I'm not a minute. When am I going to take charge of this year? You know, just horrific stories of disguise just knocked out this guy and that guy just drove you mate took your makes car and he's done nanny. And everyone's pulling and pushing you and I just got sick of that. I got sick of all of the pulling and pushing of almost tearing an eye apart. That's what the scary part of sobriety was. The idea that people got away with lots of shit while goalie was drunk or golly was just crazy because they just got away with it. The money that people and it's like, it was insane in the 90s for me in that respect. And I just feel pretty unscathed. I feel like I've got some bowel wounds and some scars. But the great thing is the healing process is amazing here, and I feel, you know, maybe 56 skating to 57 is a new 30. Our second match. That's just brilliant. Oh my God, Goldie it's so I could literally talk to you for hours and hearing where you are and how you have created your life. It sounds so patronizing going, it's inspiring. It's fucking beautiful, that life unfolds and that you've allow for the evolution and you haven't judged the evolution and you've taken the hits and you watch your son is still taking a hit in one way, but you're still connected. I love how in your life and what your life was. You are, I think that's a really beautiful thing. And I don't know what else we're here to do, except being these lives that we've been given, you know, and live it all. Thank you so much. Goldie. He runs about as deep and considered as anyone I've ever met in my life, actually. And talking to him was an absolute joy. Goldie has a new single out with his band subjective called lost..

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"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"For another 15 years. He has 15 more years to go. There was a 25 year sentence that he received. He's doing the whole thing. It was the beginning of the downfall of the estates. And estate in England is the project. It is, you know, government funded housing, which rarely has community that hasn't been created by the community itself. It's like the governments don't really seem to support the building in places for people to hang out and be part of their own community within these huge housing environments. I thought I'd learned a lot from New York and The Bronx and being in garrison avenue and all those boys in the chats crew, which was on affiliated with. And I was there at 18 and I saw it really young of how that place was like, wow, it was still leveled in areas and it was just like that and even rebuilt The Bronx and seeing how the community aspect of fell apart there, but how they got together theirselves to do a lot of stuff. It was the same in Harlem. It was the same of people coming back together and building their communities themselves, not ever relying on the government or in England the councils. And I think that's where we're going. That's what we're heading well. That's where England's heading. In that respect, because we have to look after our own and have that community aspect. Do you find that the things that you are teaching your children now are very much because of things that weren't taught to you when you were younger? Very interesting. Yes, I found with a lot of early therapy that I was doing and especially like the work of Gabor mati and trauma is very amazing. It's to deal with trauma in my experience of being separated and growing and moving on and breakdowns and everything else. And seeing, again, in a third party, seeing like a padlock upstairs from Cambodia with a key that sets on the shelf with beautiful pieces of sculpture and things that I never saw in a home when I was a kid. Knowing that she's growing up in this space and she's seeing these thing and I'm seeing it through her eyes almost. And I'm setting it up so I'm singing through her eyes. And I think that's what for me what the Hoffman process was about. The Hoffman was a very beautiful process for me because it kind of taught me to get back to being that child and instead of suffocate my own in a child, understanding what that's like. You can't just say, well, there's a different one. We were growing up for her. That's so well. And she doesn't know any different. So learning it all the right tools and giving her the right stuff. And once she gets emulsion and seeing her grow, all of these wonderful things. And with some of my first kids, I never experienced that. And having conversations with my older kids about me not being there and having an adult conversation, you know, my son did the Hoffman, which was amazing and he's a lovely boy Danny. And seeing what he went through and it's really beautiful to kind of pay back in a lot of ways. So Hoffman is a kind of, is it a cognitive behavioral therapy situation? The Hoffman process is like a quad of, you know, it's the western the east, where west meets east and is to deal with going back into your timeline and looking at where the trauma comes from. And my issues are abandonment and be misunderstood. I chose drama based music and graphene. Duh. You repeat these things that you gravitate towards. The work was Serena Gordon and those guys are the Hoffman has been amazing because, you know, everyone goes to therapy and unpacks the box, but no one wants to know how the boxes are designed. How is the box manufactured that fits the stuff inside it? And I love that aspect of it because when you start to unpack it and you realize that we are like our mothers and fathers, whether we like it or not, and you start we fight to get away from that. But yet, we're very much the same. And what changes is our characteristics of what we decide to put it into our lives from an energetic point of view. So I found that was a really good process. I found out it was a beautiful process. And I think it's the same thing with the record label, you know, my label's 25, 26 years old. You have a lot of the Motown of DMV, these integral music. You know, I've got kids at the age of 20, 23, making exceptional albums, continuing to do so. And I love that because it's something that I've always served because you have to create these platform and you know these kids that follow me and they do this stuff and they're making some amazing music and I'll find that probably the most rewarding of all because you know there's a kid called Spencer. It was 22 at the time and he just then his first remix for me and he was playing after me in egg in king's cross and he came on after me after playing it out and I murdered it and he came on and he absolutely just destroyed the club in a good way and seen his kid taking the reins and his kids like, who is this guy and he's this protege? A few of these polishes have come along with the music and so many of the artists on the label are phenomenal, you know, phase and all these other kids I could go on with a list of artists that we have. But I found that the most rewarding over the years because when you're not the guy you kind of fall away, you do something else. And that's something else he's providing a platform for others. All right, so this might go back to your roots or it may be where you're currently at, but what would be your last meal? Oh. That's easy. That's easy. It's a bacon eggs honey. A sarni is a sandwich. By getting exciting, right, listen, it's true this is a bag of Sonny from dunsley farm in half the chair, England. Wait, back bacon or streaky bacon? Three man smoked streaky. Okay, crispy or still a bit floppy. Just about to turn. Okay. With the egg over easy as you guys say on some beautiful, beautiful sourdough with poppy seed sesame trimming on the edge. And that's me with a cup of Yorkshire tea. I'm yours. Save me. That's my mail. Yeah, probably the most unhealthy meal. I've got my thing. Lived in Thailand for 12 years. I was just remembering, arriving at two 30 in the morning. I was on my way to Cambodia. And I went walking down through the streets of Bangkok and I was so hungry and all there really seemed to be a lovely shiny black insect on skewers at the side of the road, having just come off a fire and I was like, okay, well, when in Bangkok, delicious though. I mean, I don't eat pork myself, but I do understand a bacon and eggs ani. That's a mood. That's a proper mood. The other thing is what I find beautiful with 6 mini eggs. Boil the water for 6 minutes. The water's boiling and then put the eggs for 6 minutes. They're perfect. Exactly. And some soldiers. Boiled egg and soldiers might actually be my last meal. Really? Wow, look at that. Sample one of that there. And a cup of tea. Plan ahead this Valentine's Day, with one 800 flowers dot com. From first dibs on great deals, to the best selection of Valentine's Day roses and guaranteed delivery. Don't wait to wow. Right now, one 800 flowers is offering 24 assorted roses for 39.99, or upgrade to 24 red roses for $10 more. Get right to the romance this Valentine's and find the way to wow with one 800 flowers dot com. To order. Go to 100 flowers dot com slash tune in. That's one in hundred flowers dot com slash tune in. Hi, I'm Hillary Clinton, and I'm excited to be back with a new season of you and me both. 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"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

06:15 min | 8 months ago

"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"He has such a considered Blake if you can tell me where and when were you happiest? If you're talking past tense, the happy times have always been making musical painting. It's not past tense, it's really now in the present, really. I have a fascination with time that there is none. Every day I wake up and think I'm here and I'm very, very lucky. And I walk up to the mountain our high club, and this is like a ten K high going up and down and I do that like three, four times a week. Even Thailand. I am in a land of smiles indeed, yes. You know, for me, being up in the jungle and into the Lake, and a lot of the times I do a lot of it on my own. But just being in that environment and seeing life and death in front of you right in front of you is a really beautiful reminder of how insignificant we are. And I got there and scream and cry and laugh and I find that being the happiest there's an urgency as well. There's always been that thing where I feel like even though I came here to retire, I actually did the reverse and found myself in a whole other way and finding what happiness really means because having all of the cars and Ferraris and all of this stuff, you just never made me happy. It really didn't. And I felt that I was really struck and I felt that all the things that you think are going to make you happy actually don't and how's the wealth? And it's weird that it's changed. I know so little now and that makes me more at peace with myself. And we said that time doesn't exist. Do you mean that it really is just a human mental construct that we've created to sort of give life meaning or what do you mean by that? You know, when you study or you look at deja vu's or the sense of being somewhere, it happens to me a lot, places and whether it's in the jungle or just a moment. I do think that this is mental construct, but I also feel that it's all also preordained. I feel that whatever souls have passed through. This is the one that I remember. And this is the one that has to count. And it doesn't mean I've got to go and hook trees all day long. You know, I can F and blind like most people when he stops his toe. Oh, I mean I sometimes hug trees while swearing. So I mean, I feel like they're mutually exclusive. I just think that the idea that there is no time, I'm a fascination with it. It's all happening at the same moment. Everything is concurrent. Yeah, everything's concurrent. The most poignant thing for me is the power of manifestation. We're just this electric energy. We have this electric that we can actually light a lightbulb. It's just this shifting energy thinking, well, okay, then if I can create these positive energy, then there will be something because it's the energy is just moving into somewhere the place. Whether it's conscious or not, is different, and there lies a question. Do I want to be part of the big one? The biggest singular. What do you have a choice? Do you have a choice? You don't want to be an individual. That's just the ego. Yeah, but I sometimes think maybe bits of my body think that they have autonomy. My lungs are just like yeah, I belong to anyone. I'm just cruising. I just got me alveoli. I cook in everything's cool. I'm just bringing in the oxygen. You know what I mean? We attach all these mental ideas about belonging, like Addison, my boyfriend, who is a mutual friend of, well, he's a mutual friend of gold and me. He's my love. He is always talking about tribes and how this sense of belonging is so fundamental to our human experience that we find our tribes in tiny pockets in large pockets and that it is the sort of atavistic pastime that humans will always come back to. So we say we want to be individual, which maybe we do, we are born alone, we die alone, and yet in the in between. We always want to be part of something. Well, I think the tribalism is especially concurrent with the idea of culture. Tribalism moving into the metropolis of New York and rising from the ashes. You know, that culture is a major we think of what on the shoulders of giants with New York and coming out of the depravity of New York. What you, personally? All of my Friends, the guys that I chased the people that I chased that dream and went to New York and found The Bronx on fire thinking this isn't the American Dream and is this different than what it said on the tin and what it was going to be. And it was important to my growing because again, it was straight into a tribe that where I could belong the crew. But I felt, you know, the whole idea of tribalism in New York with the crews. You know, actually did positive stuff when he kind of changed from the negative gangs into positive dancers and painters and hip hop culture came along and he changed everything. And even that became gentrified in lots of other ways, like everything does. But without going too far off piece, I think the idea of being happy and finding one's place. It really is about letting go. Exactly. Whether you are event needed one room or an entire conference under. Hoppin has revolutionized the way people come together with hop, you can host a fully fledged digital meetup complete with one on one meetings, hands on sessions and expo booths, and because everything is hosted in a single easy to use platform, it can be as big or small as you want, remain convenient for anyone who wants to attend and give you access to data you never would have known otherwise. Visit happened dot com to learn more and get started. Whether you're struggling with grief, relationships or stress. Online therapy might be for you. 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"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

03:36 min | 8 months ago

"goldie" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

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"goldie" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

JustATouchof_J

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"goldie" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

"I wanted to keep a simple for your. Y'all go pick something off the hook. You grow up and just have it sent to me and i'm gonna open it up. Give your shot out. She we're going to be coordinated. We're gonna have a good time and that'll be like for my birthday or whatever shut out Give shots to your girl girl baby touchdown chopping it out the pieces for you. So look i'm about here. Babies support. what else. Let's see right. So these are the shows that i had all right so we got this. Sunday's words still won't be popping. She pay attention today. Okay that's why you oughta word and i'll put it out there and pieces the best rated. I can't whatever guy gives dan. We got affirmations at at at at affirmations okay. I delude traveling on that. So this won't come in so that'll beat so you soon. All right dan. We got the love doctor. Series disc will be popping off on thursdays or we tell them about all year. Y'all getting into the wintertime. You know you're going to be what you're gonna be which yogi eleven. I love the hottest arm. Be songs and instrumentals plan so who yes goldie sound for the lovers and what else i got on. I got some no society. You i got that too. And then we're gonna be online bible. Study is the world with a combination. And also okay. I got something that i need to talk to. You all about to put out there. She's going to tell you guys about something. Says she has gone on her and her health. Yeah we gotta put out pieces for y'all so she chose me so go ahead and a air her story so this is going to be amazing. My best friend so thorough wise. And i can't wait to you guys here so she's going to be doing stuff with me. L. you also anyway. That's it i am about here. Okay i promise listen to the nods. You know upbeat. That's watching doll loved it. Thank you for so much love and support one day. Y'all mixing i got another one coming your guy once. I would add to be so hot way going. Come.

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"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Oh shit i wish i thought well it doesn't stop okay. The brain is not your. Your brain is just a function. it's an amazing things apparatus for us. It's the great downloadable ability like a computer but but the brain itself is just a squiggly. Massive gray matter was gyro at the top and little areas of the brain that actually were certain. Things get activated. So that's what you gotta know. Thought comes in you. Just let it go like a cloud and come back to your breathing and this could happen fifty times during a sitting so when you do your short brain break know that this is not going to take long. If you had a bell and did it would be awesome. I put it at my desk for sure or where you're working but at the same time it is a great ability to relax your brain and your body breath focused. We do it in the classroom. Three and a half minutes. That's it for an adult. Five minutes goes by like wildfire. So i think for five minutes you can find time to bring your blood pressure down and bring your breath and easier way sometimes when you get really relaxed your breath Is very soft. You'll find that your breath is going to be much quicker when you start but then as you settle your body and relax your body and your breath and also your your ability to focus on that then you will funny to how you know especially kids are more. Some are more apt to that sitting still in some aren't because we've done that with my three with through wilder boating. Rio first of all buddy wants to meditate every day. We do meditation like he gets. Yeah yeah you know still. And he's in wilder is all over the place. You cannot sit still. But that's his nature. Yeah he's just that he's just dead bubbly got he's got that energy running through him or that evenly or whatever the hell it is but he. It's much more difficult for him right. Well you can be developed and what we have to realize. Is that the anything that we want if you want to do it. It's like dancing. It's like doing a triple instead of a single one. You just have to practice and it's the same and that's why they call it a practice because you can learn to quiet your mind. Oh yeah. I experienced that. You know. i've gone through. Meditations your moments of trying to meditate and where i really stick with it and from where it begins to where i end night and day. You can drop in much much quicker much easier you can you know in the last however long meditation is extremely important but it was fucking hard. It was hard to sit. Still actually go there. I i was so all over the place you know i found moments but it was more of just the act of doing it. I think that's actually important. Sometimes you don't have a good meditation. I mean you don't. Your brain is active. You've got stuff on your mind. It's it's not easy to become a professional meditated. But what is important is that you do it gotta go okay. I love you i love you. Thank you mom was fun. Was this forty five years..

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"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Like a baby whole playing with my feet. So there's such magic truly and peeling away the onion. It's not scary. You can open that window that you think you never wanna open and you realize that it's not that bad right so so the commitment to commit to it. Yes and sometimes it's hard because you have to be vulnerable and especially for men. I think it's harder to be vulnerable. I mean even with a therapist. You know when aaron and i went through our shit when i had my two years of just being a horrible human being spiraling you know my therapist didn't even fucking know about it. I didn't even tell him. Okay because i was felt ashamed to even talk to a professional and keep. Yeah yeah. Yeah that's hard time not unusual. Yeah it's not unusual coming threadbare opening your chest saying here. I am full full frontal nudity. It's not that bad once. Should do it. But but the fear wishes goddamn. I'm not opening that door right now. I know to mary scary. Amazing was thinking about this the other night. He's actually talking to erin about it. Just thinking about my life where i came from and sort of i being a dad and having a stable relationship with aaron. It's been twenty years. And i didn't come from that. You know what. I mean you and dad that divorce however that went down and then you've got dad's side of the family and and that whole thing with his dad and then i don't know what happened with with my like great grandfather. I have no idea now right and then on your side of things you know you had dad and then and then grandma and grandpa were together. But it wasn't like the most healthy sort of perfect relations live depart at toward the last. It is. yeah yeah nair each other right now. Do you think that the way that you carried on in your adult relationships was a reflection of what you witnessed and what you were a part of your upbringing. You know Yeah meaning and in some ways yes but they ask. The question is who are you more like now. Are you take after your mother to take after your father. I still don't have that answer. Because i am a traveller like my dad was. I am a curious investigator. Like my dad was i. My dad was a musician. And i play my body. Okay i play. I've been playing my myself for for a long term. That's my instrument on my father. And i were absolute best. Best friends was quirky. She was Unusual man and my mother was a very strong very as we put it to us on the table straight arrow. I mean truly one of the great was. Yeah one of the grades or so she. She was very stabilizing because she was strong. And i can be like them. There's no doubt about it. So i think i'm a little bit of a combination of the two of them and i remember that i tried very carefully as i witnessed my own mother doing some things that i wouldn't do a little bit more controlling in a way and so forth and i. I didn't want to be like that right. But she loved fiercely. And you knew that you that that you were going to be okay when my mother was around. Yeah so i. I wanted to not to be my mother and i think it's important to differentiate hugely to that and my father. I mean i embody him all the time. So i think that happened because i went through forgiveness and i did that very young that i found out who they were for instance. My mother her mother. My grandmother died when she was three years old. My mom she was basically an orphan. She had no real brothers and sisters. She was an only child. She was three years old and my grandfather gave her to my aunt. Golding right and goldie didn't ever let her call her mom or mommy or whatever because her sister she had a mother and with that ankle d. had seven other children my mother at the age of sixteen got depth diptheria. She lost all her hair off and she nearly died really so she was there with her. Father max who came to see her brought her things he remarried. And i have to say that my grandfather was in many people's ideas not the greatest and then my mother decided that she was going to go and the black sheep by the biggest party fund girl ever. She was going to go to washington during the war. And get a job and she did brave with a girlfriend and sal. They got the job and she met my dad right and she met daddy and they obviously had sex and she got pregnant. That was the first baby that we and my mother. And that with that they had to get married and he died Machete nervous breakdown. She went to the rabbi. Should know what to do next thing. You know new baby comes along. And that's my sister patty so my mother looked you. Patty would not leave her all night long. She stared mcrib. So if my mother had any issues and life that i may have said all my mom then and then i learned that she had a heart. Yeah yeah so you came in. What was i came eight years later. She made a decision years later. She made a decision if she was gonna leave. Daddy are another child right so she decided could joy. Is that a crazy. Yeah either or it's like us either get divorced or have another kid. I mean those are two of supporting like going back and creating more family and going back and being with my dad And what was grandpa's your grandparents on that side. Would you know their story. I think auto died kind of early or something I i never knew him. So when i was still little you know no and then granny had four sons and one of them was my dad. She's from the south and she was one of those women just show hourglass figure and look real good and she was one of those. I love my boys and she was that person to say she came to live with us. And i was a teenager. I was like thirteen and then my mom went to work. Daddy went to work and she said you gonna lay. May alone was sleeping beauty. I don't think she likes me but but no no that was. That was that but daddy's family was great brothers and all the cousins and they were all girls boy really stormy was the only boy all the girls. Yeah i mean. I relate to that because with with my with my situation from the outside you know my dad. It's it's easy just to sort of hate and feel hurt and you know just does not have any sort of compassion for his situation. Because it's all about me but when you really think about it and go back into his life you know which. I've talked about before where his dad bailed on him in the middle of the night on you sitting by the window waiting for his father to come home once you know that. And how can how can one not have compassion and forgiveness. I mean it's for me personally. Like oh man. That's fucking rough and at that time. No tools to deal with that. No neither did his mother right. Neither did his mom. Yeah i was just you just left sort of wave in the wind and and sort of move off. Move into your life and and good luck..

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"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Was not one that probably would adapt that well to being the old person You see what i mean. So i'm looking at. I'm looking at at at all of the areas of of one's life that what are the things that are the truth about you. You know instead of pretending you're right or being having a fantasy that i can go on and i'll play madisha one day. No no i. I'm always dreaming. And when i was seventeen i had my own dancing school. So that should have kind of brought that on. But when i was in my fifties and i went up there with wyatt. I wasn't waiting for the phone touring and i never wanted my life to be dependent on waiting for the phone to ring for somebody to want me to be upon on somebody else's board. I just didn't wanna do it. Not because i felt better than them but because it wasn't fun. So that's when i created mind up it's how it started slowly and my travels and all the things that i was interested in at the time which is spirituality biology brain how psychology and put all of these things together. And that's how that happened and my dream was a big honking dream. And i sat in my meditation room up there and i. I dreamed that. I wanted this program to be global because i wanted our children who are going to grow the wrong way and become angry and aggressive. I would like our children to learn how to look at a problem from thirty thousand feet up. So they wouldn't have the kind of anger or kind of polarizing personalities not to come to decision making together that we could make a better world through our children's out those ecology there too. You know what i mean. It's about learning who you are and where you came from and why you are the way that you are. You know why you feel the things that you feel not just from a scientific standpoint. Yeah this is what happens to your diligence. The fighter flight up. But at what point i guess can you get into the psychology of it. You know what. I mean because you got to dig out the route to really get rid of it. I i agree with you. I think it's vital. And i also think you have to be very very honest with yourself. We can't just do things where we're going to make ourselves feel better by lying to ourselves and we could be responsible for a lot of things is i look at your life and i'm thinking god damned if i could change this if i could have done that i didn't know thinking i wish i could put time back. Take full responsibility for it. I don't pretend it didn't happen us to make myself feel better right and i think that the best that you could in that it will. Yeah i mean. I can forgive myself in a way but at the same time and time as any crazy. If you're a working actor you know you're also at that point single for a couple of years. You are a grown woman who needs to have experiences wants to be with boyfriends who needs to go out and work and do their thing. You know i mean that's just. That was the circumstances. I know i know and and that was that's the way it wasn't the way it is. I get it and you know. And everybody's driven by more than just thought there also driven by hormones and all kinds of in that time of your life. So i get that completely so i don't know i mean i just think that if you don't get down to the bottom and i did with my family definitely i mean i went deep when that was twenty. One twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty five hundred six. I went for eight years. What i call the university of me so i could scaffold and dig and excavate all kinds of things that happened to me. That made a difference to me. And i had interesting transference with my doctor who i thought was a genius. I mean now. I could look and i became everything to me. He became my father. He became my mother. I mean i transferred so much onto him. And i was so frigging young. My it was so helpful for my brain that i was able to look at that. Go gosh one time. I was lying. Down was freudian. If you can believe it and i was lying down and he said i think you need to lie down a free associated today. Goldie went on what. I'm feeling so good. I'm really i feel great. He said no. No no no you know the lie down and say whatever comes to mind it was like a punishment okay and i would lay there and i got. I'm thinking about my car. I'm thinking about this. I'm telling you whatever reminds me of my dad's car. I did this thing and i just i would just sifting my brain like peeling away an onion and everything was coming out. It was sort of like meditation. When you're meditating and you've got all these thoughts come in and out of your brain. The idea is to just let them go and come back to your breath or your mantra whatever that was just literally thought afterthought well it always lead me somewhere and it was fascinating of the very things that i felt one time. I was lying there remembering when i was in the crib. Little and i was lying playing with my feet like a baby does. My physicality was matching. Where i believed i was in my head and i had no idea. I suddenly looked at myself and went. Oh my god. I love you like a baby whole playing with my feet. So there's such magic truly and peeling away.

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"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Starting to get higher. Heart rates started to rise incrementally sixty something that would go down and it would go up to seventy then it would go down to sixty eight and it kept going higher and higher and you were not conscious certainly you work on just because you knew i was there because all babies know that their mothers are there and that called the nurses and the nurses and the doctor came over and said goldie if more mothers knew that they had the power to heal their children pricing this before And we drive to get more. Moms all the way up into nick nick. You more often because this is very important for them and so then the days went on. I was discharged. But i would come back to see you because they weren't ready to let you go yet. I came back three times a day to feed. You slept all the thing for me. I would have gone on all think. Something new and when i was washing my hands i would say i was in the nick. You i would think. I'll ever oliver hut sound. And you turn your head toward me and you were all the way across the room and one finally when you were released and long there. You thing is about three weeks and you were released. The nurse who the neurologists said he's very developed and he does something. I mean you'll be happy to know. His neurology is very good. She said you'll be happy to know that every time you came in he recognized your voice and he turned his head toward you. Because i wasn't aware of that So that was in their report right. So that connection was very strong. Was there a turning point. Was it breath and turning turning point was like. Oh my god okay. He's on the mend. Meaning we're outta the woods announced just a matter of time before he come home yes. It was about a week and they started great improvements and that was the Sign right and i would then come in and i would Breast teach you as well..

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"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"We are assembling rail though. Oh no who. Don't do that with your mouth read. That's good here. We are on another episode of sibling revelry where there is no sibling. Sword of definitely. Not your seven. No no but it's been aaron. And i for a minute cates. Been busy traveling. The world working being fabulous. Now i have you. I know that sounds like a real compromise. Which really bugs me no. It's not a compromise. Now there's you and you've been on this show now there's you you know like that instead of like you to your face. What can't be waving the mic like. Oh and now. There's you i like that you've been on the show before but you've been a host and i guess your host but your guest. I don't know what you are. I know you're my mother in case definitely your mother is the voice yet but y- goldie hawn is on with me just to chat. We have no idea what we're talking about. We're going to talk about but it was my birthday yesterday. I know nobody knows better than me. I know and i'm forty five years old. I know that you've told the story before in your book but my birth was tough birth. Yeah didn't make you almost didn't make it. I know yeah. That was a tough time. You know i. I was so big and i literally I mean i didn't think i would. My body would ever go back to normal because you were so big and then my doctor literally said well. You know your few weeks late but and i thought wow i know but that's kind of weird because i really should go on my day and then i wondered if i could actually have a baby that pick. Meaning what is my pelham. Etry could my baby come. And so finally i went back. Labor did go into labor. I did. I wanted to back labor. Which is different. Your back is like Spasm ing and it was sort of in my mid to lower back area. And i thought you know something's not right and it's not like it was having contractions in my belly. I was having them in the back. And i went. I better go to the hospital. And i went in at six o'clock at night. I mean in the morning and rushed in and they got me started looking at me but they didn't give me an iv or anything. And i was just it was just waiting for me to do some dilating back then right and this was three weeks past. My buddy was three weeks atop point. See that's crazy though. Because they wouldn't do that now. Never saw back in the seventies. They just let you cook until you were decided to often. Oftentimes they did. I think my doctor who i loved and he had have all my children but he he wasn't so bad to go over. What happened was is that. After i was in the hospital. Oh my god. I was there all day long and i had everybody examining but you know. Somebody's uncle and i'd more like you put your hand. And let's see and i didn't dial late i was only dilating like one or something to maybe and i had the fetal monitor on at that time and but i had no iv. And i say that. For a reason. Because i wasn't getting any fluids or or anything and in those days they didn't Give me potosi. which helps you dilate. And all that stuff. So dow feeling contractions. But nothing's happening and then suddenly it was like seven o'clock at night and i was there all day. They rushed me in finally gave me an ivy rushed me in on an emergency. C section because there was futile fetal. Sorry distress and i go him. And now i'm you know they're cutting me open. And of course. I had the block everything so i could hear and see everything was totally awake and then they pulled you out And then they brought up. And i heard you cough and it's really interesting. I had a baby before but something seemed wrong to me. And i said is that cough. Okay and they went. Oh yes just normal. We're just sectioning him. And then i they swaddled you up and they put you near right near me. So i could see you and i remember looking in your beautiful. Oh my god you face you were eleven pounds and i look in your face and i said i waited soul long for you and then they whisk you away. I figured they were gonna do more clean air. Whatever so then a little bit later as he's showing me up. I was getting a bit nauseous. And they said he's in icu. He's in blah blah blah. And i'm listening to this doctor coming into the surgery room. And i said is that my baby. You're talking about And then the doctor said just give her something and put her out a really. Yeah oh they put you out. They didn't even let you know what was going on now. Jeez it was terrible. And i woke up in the icu. I mean i'm sorry in the recovery room and not really knowing what was going on. No but i. I was so thirsty. Because i hadn't had anything to drink. I had no water. I had i mean truly dehydrated and But i didn't know what happened. And then i learned that my baby might die mama. I'm here. I made it but.

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"goldie" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Perhaps the core of it but also you've got your moon sign your rising sign your jupiter your mercury your pluto. Your north and south nodes yada yada yada and collectively. You can get a better understanding of who you are which you already know. Just bring more awareness to it to your consciousness which again gives him more compassion and also allows you to better thrive in this world. Because you're like. Hey this is honestly what feels right and how i approach things and now have confirmation that. It's okay that i approach it this way so again. It's just nice to have everything. Reiterated to our soul everything confirmed and it might be extra nice for those of us who are projectors or reflectors and living in this generator and manifesting generator dominant society. But when you understand it whatever your design is and you own it. You really can thrive in all areas of your life so like me. I used to put so much pressure myself for needing to have a specific agenda for the day and time blocking everything. Because back at that time i heard a lot of podcasters and other people saying do this to that hustle grind. This is how you're going to live and take off. Because i felt like i was being called to something that was me sharing more with the world but whenever i try to do that it just did not work out for my soul. I didn't resonate. Or i would not really ever be able to go with that flow and there was so much resistance there and so now that i know we'll hey you know what it's because you're just not designed that way you can't time block your creativity or schedule it. You can't box set in my creativity and my divine shocked. The expression is honestly very fluid and emotion. Some people are great at time blocking it at a certain time. Like yo at eight. Am every day. I am going to write. And i'm just gonna do it. And it works for them. But when i told myself that muscles like no you're not today you're gonna just like chill or go walk at that time you know and you might be on either boat and it's beautiful. There's nothing wrong with either or but that's not just a projector that i mean. Some projectors can do that. it doesn't totally have to do at the projector. That's when you go deeper into your chart and give you a deeper reading and understanding of how you operate how you're uniquely designed to have more compassion for that you know. It wasn't too long ago where i could compare myself to those who are also projectors but they just happened to generate and pump out so much content all the time always constantly on the grind their in hustle mode. That's what lights them up. But my ego centers different. There's very defined in. Mine is more open so i struggle with that hustle and grind lifestyle because for me. It's more about flow and fluidity and then when i own that honestly that's when all the magic happens and so i'm so happy that that was just confirmation for myself like a yes. I don't have to be that hustle and grind person always pumping out content and tv stories. And all that stuff i can. Just whenever i feel the spark of inspiration to do it. i'll do it. I don't have to post on instagram every day. Because when i do it's going to be with great intention. It's going to serve others and that's what's best for. The reason soul is here now when for others. They're doing what they're supposed to be doing right now. So it's just such a beautiful thing to have that awareness. You can have compassion for yourself in them. Really thrive in that. Because it's just simply in my nature to be more fluid which i accept and i i see my value. So if you're curious about your design. I put the link in the description of where to check it out on aaron site and though like i said we don't need any of these tools we really don't. We don't need any abuse tools in order to bring this into our awareness. But i really like it because it does help. It's fun to get that confirmation and for your soul to get the chills. It just reminds me how awesome i am and that i love myself and that i love you and that i love you for honoring the type of person i am as i honor the type of being in person. You are also. I'll be asking for your questions on the instagram and the facebook for my birthday solo. Qna episode because my birthday happens to land on a monday this year. And obviously so the podcasts on magic. Monday's so keep a lookout for that because i'd love to answer. Whatever question comes to mind and heart for you and talk about it on the podcasts timber. You me review of the week and this one.

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"goldie" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Hello math jeremiah. Me it's recount and welcome to your own magic as expanding and heart opening podcast. This episode is sponsored by skilled share witch if you have not yet taken advantage of skill shares one month free offer Linnea it is time and just go to skill share dot com slash your magic floor. The offer a more skill share in the midst of the episode end in the show notes as per usual. Unhappy freaking magic. Monday happy freakin virgo. Season i must say that. I love virgos after this little intro right here. You're going to hear another intro. That took place. August twenty nineteen because this episode occurred two years ago in what i call my goddess pad in bali. When i was sitting there hanging out with aaron claire jones and we were geeking out talking about all things human design and answering some yummy questions. And i was still not tooth with human design at this time so i should say aaron inserted yummy questions. This was an episode. That i wanted to revisit as it took place around this time and this was the second episode aaron ever did and she's been on many times now. Anyway we dive in a bird charts and how are human designs may tackle careers and romance. I dunno tackles a good word. Mistake expand expand in our careers in romance. Also heads up next. Week will be a special cuban a answering your questions from my birthday instagram posts. And if this episode or euro magic episode ignites or inspires you in any way shape form feel free to leave.

"goldie" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"goldie" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"And they're six factions. Six factions was was a year three-year-old. Right there's a there's another philly black would be the one to look at the box. sent me asking. Yeah yeah that's actually my mind. My mind was one of the all time. Great hours and i've never forgiven freddie head. Once he started training. Goldie cova turnaround that cold. The cover was better than kind of go is great but.

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Surviving the Holocaust

A Life's Story

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Surviving the Holocaust

"The train only stayed there for a couple hours and then the star to move further in moved another a no tree kilometers and it stopped. It was still nighttime and the gates mop in all hell broke loose. We hear dot is with their dog screaming. Raus raus schnell. And you hear people screaming all languages come out come out tomorrow it right now but leave all of your belonging where this don't you pick up any any of your belongings our children to deride a man to the left and i'm holding onto my sister goldie metal brother totally and they were just pulled away from me never to see again ben's little brother and little sister were sent directly to the gas chamber. They both went to the gas chambers. Of course. I didn't know that we didn't know where we are with busy. Nobody gas chambers. But i went with my uncle my cousin why because i think there i was fifty nine and a half years old. I could have gone with the children or with the adult. But i figured if you're an adult they'll put us to work in that'd be worth they gonna feed us better but i had no idea about dying or chilling or anything like bed and it was still dark embassy. Those chimneys flames shooting out of them but five chimneys in ashes are flying all over so the man in front of us were saying or does places must be places where they must be smelting. factories probably were. We will be working. Who knew who had no idea either. Know what those ashes were. The those ashes were our family. Our loved worlds the ashes sabre bernie.

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Automatic Identification of Outlier Galaxy Images

Data Skeptic

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Automatic Identification of Outlier Galaxy Images

"Shamir from kansas state university. I invited you on to talk about the paper automatic identification of outliers in hubble space telescope galaxy images. So a lot of fun stuff to get into maybe to start. I think everybody knows a little bit about the hubble telescope. Could you tell us about the data we get back from it. Are these just. Png files or what are you. Start from caso. It will happen space. says civil instruments on hubble space telescope not just the main camera but it collects all sorts of the we know the hubble deep field which is when freeing that was one segment of the sky was going for civil days very long exposure goldie but other surveys done by hubble space telescope and i was i into the cosmos survey of several shirley lodge survey covering a relatively large part of the sky explains the cosmos was to score degrees. Doesn't sound but in help terms this. Because bill goes really deep deeper than guam-based those scopes. So that's what. I covered the data that you get his image data that i used incomes informants feats debts former. That is very common in a strong meets. Not very common outside feels strongly but that's the standard format of astronomy eats. Uniqueness is that it allows to make the metric measurements for the day dining j. peg form. It's like that we often use. I know in image netease like that. We cannot remake safety for to metric measurements because the dynamic range. Compression away the feeds. That's a each week. Salihi is represented by in algebra. Be in one by twitch channel but actually it's quite a day name. Acquaintances allows medical measurements.

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NFL writes to Biden offering all stadiums as vaccine sites

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

NFL writes to Biden offering all stadiums as vaccine sites

"The NFL is offering all of its sports stadiums as Colby vaccination sites and a landmark baseball venue is also in use take me out to the ball park takes on a whole new meaning in the age of Kubic nineteen Yankee stadium's now become a giant vaccination clinic for residents of the Bronx in New York the hardest hit borough team manager Aaron Boone the whole pie no that is being provided today is is special to all the people here in the area and all the people that will come through there were long lines but Goldie Albert body is glad she stuck it out it was simple you know data took my I. D. and then I went on to get this out meanwhile NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent an offer to the White House thirty more football stadiums on top of the seven in use to serve as mega vaccination sites hi Jackie Quinn

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Bronx Boosters: Yankee Stadium becomes mass vaccination site

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Bronx Boosters: Yankee Stadium becomes mass vaccination site

"Yankee Stadium is hosting a different type of crowd starting today the virus pandemic has hit the Bronx hard so it's ball park is now a mass vaccination site today is a special on opening day as Yankee stadium's ever seen Yankee manager Aaron Boone was among those at the stadium as borough residents like Goldie Alber gadi lined up for shots not so much for Lawrence Francis who gave up after standing in the rain as it gets ready for Super Bowl Sunday the NFL is offering all three of its stadiums as vaccination sites seven are already being used to from Baltimore to New England Sager made ani Washington

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Salah Fires Liverpool Up the PL Table

ESPN FC

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Salah Fires Liverpool Up the PL Table

"A very good result for liverpool beating west ham. Three one in franklin booth with us steve. That was very impressive. Second-half performance report impressive. I i was quite impressed with illiberal plates for most of the game to be honest. The most impressive thing was that we have the return of mr mosala. I mean i'll be talking recently about how this guy has fighting with. All eight couldn't get a hold of the ball to save his life at times. But today my goodness you talk about moslem the ball the fox one jenkin pasta defend getting on these lasting colored one and then the second one i mean. Are you ever going to see a force torch. Contestable kyrie was like four thousand. A year kim for houses. Well tenny. just. Give a little tickle prey on his left bag and then just stuck away with say w left. I mean what's goal. And as i said. Look slate mosala has written just in time. It's crazy considering stevie how much criticize him. But he's the leading goalscorer in the semi lane. Well he is. You know yes. you've asked me previously. Do this guy this keep them. He has to quit through and that's what he's done. You know the truth. Has your husband been these past. And when he saw that Certainly asked the big. Evan leeway because of goldie skulls scored a goal since crystal palace last year so somebody has ability then we have to point out but as i said hopefully bike. Frankly imagine you'd prefer if you didn't share what you text me after that second go from ceylon to say you were impressed by it. Yes you wouldn't share. Because i know you're not allowed to that channel but i was a masterpiece. I barely saw a contract data efficient in technical way in the way that they d run forward. The past from alexandra old and i first from shakira was exceptional. And what about you. Know the the control from a left-footed with the right foods from saleh with a little step in a chip over the leg of the goalkeeper to score the second goal i mean. That's that was absolutely fantastic. And i have to say that was really really impressed by the by that

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Jennifer Lopez admits she's contemplating not marrying Alex Rodriguez

Daily Pop

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Lopez admits she's contemplating not marrying Alex Rodriguez

"All right. let's start with jennifer lopez revealed. She and a rod might never get married. They already postponed their plans of twice. And on. andy cohen's deepen serious. Oh sees me deep shallow sirius. Xm show andy acid. She's going to ditch the wedding all together. Is there any part of you as i'm looking at kurt russell and goldie hawn do press right now for something has. Is there any part of you that dot has ever thought. Maybe we should do a golden kurt thing and just we've talked about that for sure. I mean our age. You know we've both been married before it's like. Do we get married do we. Not what does it mean for us and it just comes down to like personal. What do you want to do. There's definitely no rush though. So what. I'm gonna throw this to you guys. I've had my opinion for a very long time. Do you think they're going to get married or are they gonna pull a golden curtain. Oh i go with golden kurt. Why not i mean. Come with mary. what three times. They've both been married. Come on get the house. You got the kids. You got everything i mean you go in. It's the it's the next season i mean. You really need somebody to travel with Give you some soup and push the wheelchair know. That sounds pretty. And all and i wish she was that girl. But she's not that chill. She is kinda sorta like me in the sense that we need that moment for our own peace of mind. You know what i mean. I think she was like. Yeah we talked about it in the sense that like you know. Yeah you know he brought it up in my. You know we kinda talked about it but nobody should do why. It's taking them so long though. Just because i always i've always felt that they are not going to get married and i also kind of feel like for them like if it's not broken don't if it's not broken don't fix it. That's that's that's saying. You know what i'm saying so i just feel like for them. There's no real reason they are already married. They already have a family life. As kim said they have the kids to have the houses that tried to buy a sports team would. Why does she care to walk down. An aisle for the fourth or fifth time. I think that's why we haven't seen it. But because she likes the ceremony she likes the moment. I think a lot of couples who are together and engage. Who don't care about those kinds of things have just rushed to the courthouse. Look at you. You did a four person waiting in your backyard. Because you didn't care about the pomp and circumstance and the lavish wedding and three hundred people in italy and having that whole moment for those to their power couple but they also know that they kind of open air bans to have that moment. What can they just have a big party. Why do we have to get the paper and it did. If we break up now we gotta split up. The houses. Divorce is too much you know what my easier to walk away from a curtain. Go the moment but if we get married and we walked down that aisle. It's going to take you not only a longer time. It's going away heavy on your heart to fuck up and walk off that. No that is true. But i think it's easier once you've done everything for her. I was you may need to go with. They're not going. Do i say. I want students win. There you go. I agree she should jerseys on. She's ready she just put that scorecard out there. This is what we're doing. I

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Show #45  "2 Acts 85' Style"  Jay Leno, and O'Brian & Valdez - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Show #45 "2 Acts 85' Style" Jay Leno, and O'Brian & Valdez - burst 2

"But i always like to come back to sacramento. Go to my favorite a little bookstore over here goldman. You've been a place where it g. It's hard to believe you were the one that went this positive trying to pull off your sister again sir that it raised some extra money for fatty foods. No doubt the old days about a guy. Sister get punked punch guy no. Please make one of my sister. Have you been to goldie surfer. Really you get down there. No abso- no. God forbid use the how shocking that i would have picked you. I think if god does not destroy gold easy really owes sodom and gomorrah apology. You know i always liked those little signs. They have mature adults. Only most mature adults like to stand little booths with their pants as their ankles watching movies. It's a pretty good sign of maturity. Isn't it. I mean god forbid of some immature person should somehow sneak past tight security that they have the ones that pretend to have something legitimate. They have signs like we sell marital aids. I love with these people. Find america eight. I mean somehow to me. Four foot vibrated. It takes thirty d size batteries. This is not a maratha lay. This is a jackhammer. As far as i'm concerned mean your wife goes out of town you could break sidewalks with this thing. Well she's a small woman. You sure i won't kill over this model. You know sparks flying out of it. It's not you will approve for electrical friend. Now the big item the inflatable party these dominant and take home. They blow it up. It looks like a girl i can do. Whatever they want with this thing. This amazing two thousand years of civilization man has progressed to the point of screwing balloons.

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"goldie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"goldie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is honoring her mother. Goldie Hahn. She turned 75 on. Let's see. That would be Saturday that she wrote a tribute on Instagram saying Goddess Light Worker Fire Bender Scorpion tailed world wind. Butterfly, Mother Love expander, High sided star Happy birthday tomorrow. Yes, but 75. I can't believe she's 75. Goldie Hahn. Wow. Yeah, I just saw her on CBS Sunday morning. She and Kurt Russell. They they look fantastic. This adorable. And that's why he wouldn't kill her. But hey, Donna! God! Holy cow, if you can, If you want more stories like this or Donna being snarky, go to my talk one of 71 dot com. Or you can download our app. New information. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour. And if a 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71 I'm not. I'm not. I'm not. I'm not a doctor. Walk into the room now, $100 bills and kills and drills like the horns on my Silverado Grill, and I'm Father Mark, double round the crown and everybody's getting down in this town. Never gonna be the same high capacity. Welcome to a short week. Oh, yeah. Stephen, my talk one of 71 A. Say Hootie hoo if you already mentally checked out Oh, wait. We're all doing Oh, never mind. Just get it done. I'm doing good. I'm very alert today. Oh, we had a lot of coffee. Okay..

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Wyatt Russell and Meredith Hagner Expecting Their First Child: 'Over the Moon,' Says Kate Hudson

Colleen and Bradley

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Wyatt Russell and Meredith Hagner Expecting Their First Child: 'Over the Moon,' Says Kate Hudson

"As such as and congratulations to actor Wyatt Russell. He's expecting his first child with his wife, MEREDITH Hagner, and why it Russell the Sun Of Kurt Russell and Goldie Hahn, half brother to Kate Hudson. She shared the happy news of the photo of herself holding pictures,

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Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn Race to Save the Holidays in Netflix's Christmas Chronicles 2 Trailer

Donna and Steve

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn Race to Save the Holidays in Netflix's Christmas Chronicles 2 Trailer

Underrated Houseplants

On The Ledge

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Underrated Houseplants

"It's time for us. I underrated and unpopular house plans. Now you may be thinking to yourself well all house popular right now, but there are some plants that were the rage in previous decades that for some inexplicable reason, just haven't made it back into popularity in the last few years of the rush of excitement about house plants, and that saddens me, because in the case of these plants I think there will rather fabulous, and we should be growing the more widely, so bear with me while I talk about these three plants, and the first is the wonderful. The epic oh by the way. This is a member of the saxophone JJ, clan. I'm totally unapologetic about the fact that yes, it's another stress sacks. Afraid I'm going on about as you will know if you listen to the show regularly. Strawberry Sacks, afraid saxophone solo a is a major favor of mine. This is another one. In the same clan, and that is toll Mayor Menzies Iae a love Latin name, but I love the common name to. It's the piggyback plant. This is got a couple of different combinations. You might know it as it's called. The piggyback plant most commonly used also see it called mother, thousands, thousand mothers, or even youth on age. Heath on age seriously I guess that's all about little plantlets growing on the top of the leaf. That must be what it is, but how how long are we margining saying? My youthful age flawless doing so well and I've got one here and one of the things I like about certain plants is the leaves are just very stroke. With described him as being roughly hairy. I mean. Can you hear that I'm just holding this up to? This is me rubbing. Applaud you never thought I'd do. Would you, but. Here we all this is me and my told mayor having a little moment together. This plot. was given to me by the wonderful. Listen known as June. Thank you June you'd give me so many great plants while you've been listening to all the edge. And when she gave it to me, it was like going jumping in a time machine bill and Ted's style going back to my childhood, because this plot was everywhere during the seventies and eighties with a child. Why the name well, it's very obvious when you look at. Applaud any of this species because. Everyone will have a tiny little plot. Lert on many of these you'll find the point where the Petiot, the leaf stalk joins the leaf itself. They will be a baby plonked growing. Applaud lot emerging from a leaf. It's very exciting and I. Just love this aspect of the plant. There's a few other plants that do similar things. Of course there's calicoes diagram. Montana that do this. But that's on the edges of the leaves as opposed to the point where store joins the Lamido or leaf plate, so yeah, it's a really great thing to have I, mean it means the plot becomes not exactly hanging, but it does look good in a hanging basket. And, it's a very generous plant, so you can easily make new plants in the matter matter of moments by just. Pinning down one of these leaves wither plantlets on it into another part with bill down compost, and it will route, but the preferred method that I've used ease the old hummus per pop method, or they're in this case. I use a larger plastic takeaway container and put some water in their slip off a few leaves. And stems stick them into the clear plastic container with drop of water, also this water, just covering the bottom, and they briefed very nicely that way, and then you can transfer them over into a pot. So this is a really lovely plant with softly hairy leaves. One I've got. Is the CULTIVAR of Russia come across, which is called taps gold so rather than just having a plane greenleaf. The leaves are splashed with Pale. Yellowy, Goldie color, and it's a very useful variegation. Own these already beautiful

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Boom Towns and a bit more

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Boom Towns and a bit more

"June between stores with a strange unexplained. I'll be traveling across Oregon listening, ghost towns old mines destination Cornucopia many ghost towns were built during what was referred to as a boom and bust period, some of these towns sprung up around mines were the national product of Westward Movement of the ghost towns, still standing Moshe rose and fell in the mid eighteen eighty S. it's fun and often educational visit. Visit these remnants of a bygone era ghost towns range from having a single structure to what remains of an entire town with dozens of buildings, primitive foundation, overgrown neglected graveyards linger. If you know where to luck, some towns were nothing more than ten cities with only a couple of wooden structures, decades of exploration for gold, silver lead, and even copper left thousands of abandoned mines and goes towns across the thirteen western states, and they all high tales of rough and ready bygone time. Time was stories to be told for me. This look at minds and ghost town his personal. My father was a baby of nine. He was born hundred eleven years ago and was raised in a log cabin, his father, my grandfather foreign, before the civil war, migrated westward movement from Wisconsin to Montana in a covered wagon there he grub stake, the parcel of land supported his family of nine from the Goldie took out of the bigfoot mine to honor that heritage, my first ghost. Ghost town tail is about Castle Montana. The main street of Castle rated eighteen, ninety, one with a population of about fifteen hundred habitants, the result of influx of miners, barkeeps prostitutes to keep them service when they were having a very good day at the mine topped the population at his peak at about twenty, five hundred, there was a school that jail brothels this many as fourteen saloons, the best new residents was calamity Jane a Frontiers Woman Alcoholic Indian fighter and sometimes prostitute. Came to castle during the last years relied to open a restaurant, but by the time she arrived, the town of Castle was already dying. The gold was playing out the castle, Mountain, mining district, and many minds, producing significant amounts of valuable, or but the high cost of transportation were impeding the potential of the area, attempts bringing a rail line into castle or slow before the line was complete, the silver crash of eighteen, ninety, three closed many of the. The mines in the district. The rail line finally reached castle, but the town never experienced population, growth and prosperity again. The last Mine Castle Montana closed in nineteen fifty today you can see the remains of the town consisting of about a dozen buildings immediately off the main drag, look into the surrounding hills, and you could see cabins and occasional slide piles from an abandoned mine, although the dirt road leading to castle is owned by the county the.

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Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson and baby make history with People cover

Colleen and Bradley

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson and baby make history with People cover

"People magazine keeps rolling along and they have released the cover of their annual most beautiful issue and Goldie Hawn her daughter Kate Hudson and Kate Hudson's baby daughter are all on the cover of the

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"goldie" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"goldie" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

"Really geneticist within the cannabis industry. He's been doing it for almost forty years and the guys br just around fifty years old. So it's pretty amazing. Came out of the cold a green triangle up by and he's got completely sustainable practices that to him as a religion so when are coming out with their first product. I mean we wanted to go into the pre roll market. Anyhow Kinda this brilliant idea where we would extract that Europeans from that plant and then once the payroll is done we put a drop the Turpin back on the payroll and essentially come up with Turpin tip parole joint. No one had really done that yet. And so the Turpin enhances the Roman the flavor of the joint and literally we hit the Gold Cup it at a high times right out of the gate and followed up with the Ham. Come and if you're looking at crowded shelf space in the dispensary. It's much easier to get shelf space. If you can kinda demonstrate that you want these awards they can take your product. They can see how great it is and it's really helped us and helped us get shelf space. That helped us get. I think investment obviously as well and it's just created a lot of credibility for our brand and going forward as we expand our skews in the dispensary. It was indispensable really. Yeah we're actually what what Scott. It's funny that you know. Think about it. You guys are both in California. I'm here on the other end of the world Washington DC. I can't buy golden the product. They're you know. And and the fact that we've gotten because you know everyone knows if you grow it in California right now yes. Felony Telephone Just you know what's required and just like if you've grown in Nevada. You have to sell it in. Nevada will all of change over time but right now that's the case however we're selling stocks to people all over the country. It's got fed. We've.

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Congratulations, Carson! He and wife Siri just welcomed baby No. 4

Donna and Steve

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Congratulations, Carson! He and wife Siri just welcomed baby No. 4

"Carson Daly and stuff Instagram Thursday that he and his wife series have welcomed their fourth child a baby girl whom they named Goldie Patricia they all my god how cute is that I know they have their masks on in the in the room with the baby hello I'm surprised he's in the room Daley captioned a shot of himself and searing with their newborn daughter Daily Planet exclusive she was born at four OO eight PM eastern time coming in at eight pounds two ounces and twenty

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"goldie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"goldie" Discussed on KOMO

"White House Goldie's time eleven forty seven all kinds of things for navigating the waters of Puget Sound and tell us about it we're joined by boat show president George Harrison George Hey there come the mornin good morning at the Seattle boat show no backups here lots of sunshine all right lots of such I would like to hear that seventy third year of the show is also I'm sure bigger and better than ever tell us what to expect well this is a really special show we've got people that travel from all over North America to come to the Seattle boat show the seat almost a thousand votes on display at our two locations here at CenturyLink field event center and south lake union I like to say there's two types of orders orders orders with families and kids and boulders with dogs we've got something for both those categories this year on Thursday January thirtieth are voters can bring their furry first names to the Seattle Ocho first time for allowing dogs into the show and then for the families we've got a family plan area with our compilers little boats on the water that the kids can get into and then we got a catcher really struck on for the families all kinds of stuff and I also noticed one called sales in a deals which caught my attention it's next Friday right yeah that's our craft beer tasting on Friday night that starts at five PM on our second Friday today is our first Friday and that's called on court and that's our one piece you are certain joined his you know that and that kicks off at five PM today here at CenturyLink field event center we're open till nine o'clock here at the stadium and were open till five PM down the south lake union all kinds of stuff going on a complimentary boat rides that kids a stuffy imagine women's day I I tell us about some of the boats that are really worth looking at there's always a big kind of eye catching boat is there a certain one this year that everybody's going to want to kind of take a look at actually here in Seattle on a water sports week for the wakes herpes really popular and not teach correct craft is the first ever one hundred percent electric towboat wow and it's a debut worldwide for the first show in the world to have this on a boat on display so I'm really looking forward to check them out one out and there's a one hundred seventeen footer the crescent and it's a tidy thirteen and a half million dollar value and it's built just up and let me see right right so that's built up and been cooped up in British Columbia and that was just recently built just commission just put in the water and that's going to be a day if you dont south lake union and everybody is welcome to come down to the show and get on board that floats and Joel agreement a little planning throughs exactly some planning or some dreaming whatever the case may be it's well worth checking out the Seattle boat show Seattle boat show dot com it runs today through February first and will let you get back to work George thanks for being with us today thank you don our George Harris president of the Seattle boat show once again kicking off today in mental nine o'clock tonight all the way through February first check your money news to propel insurance business update over has announced a deal with Nissan to provide up to two thousand electric Nissan Leafs to its drivers in London at a discount London regulators stripped of its license but it's still operating while it fights the ban in British court in another sign that Instagram's mobile commerce strategy is succeeding new research from Roth capital partners shows forty five percent of millennials report purchasing apparel products from brands they first discovered on the platform the corona virus outbreak in China is pressuring oil prices oil slipped below sixty two dollars a barrel today headed for a weekly decline the bug is boosting sales of a certain video game plague Inc has become the number one paid apple app in China the game lets players unleash a pathogen on humanity that's your money now rustic K. comma news and right now the markets continue to struggle mightily the Dow's off two hundred forty that aspects of a hundred five and three quarters and the US to be five hundred out thirty seven and three quarters of a point just getting some breaking news in the buildings are collapsing after a strong earthquake in Turkey a preliminary reading of a six point seven magnitude at least two people of an injured of course very early stages after that quake will keep you posted at more at the top of the hour with ABC news it's eleven fifty one have you been locked Hey it's all at sprint we know how much you depend on your found and when you got a cracked screen it's the worst we get it and we want to help you it doesn't matter if you have a rising eighteen T. or T. mobile just drop by sprint repair store and we will fix your Samsung galaxy is cracked screen for just forty nine dollars seriously you don't even need to switch with sprint 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Highlights from impeachment managers first day of opening arguments

Pacifica Evening News

09:51 min | 2 years ago

Highlights from impeachment managers first day of opening arguments

"Prior to today's trial session democratic senators spoke of the results of the first two days of the trial as would be expected praising the performance of the impeachment managers from the house senators are not permitted to speak from the floor of the chamber during the trial proceedings and they're not supposed to leave their seats for any length of time except during recesses the placement of the two television cameras in the chamber doesn't really show the positions of individual senators part of the special restrictions on the media imposed for the impeachment trial but there have been persistent reports from the floor and the gallery of sizeable and lengthy absences of senators and small groups of them conversing even as the house managers hold the floor some Republican senators have been complaining about the proceedings saying they're boring with the impeachment managers repeating evidence that's already been presented both in the trial and earlier in the house impeachment inquiry hearings Hawaii's junior democratic senator Maisie Horana we've all heard that our colleagues are saying well why don't we have new evidence which by the way we spent twelve hours of thirteen hours on Tuesday of the suspension of shutting down so that's totally hypocrisy on their part for that they are getting restless most of us get restless when we are presented with information we don't want to hear right and you want to hear what the president did and if they were to absence of other just a simple question of is it okay for the president to have shaken down the president of another country a very vulnerable country who need it our support and almost four hundred million a taxpayer money so his troops can fight against Russian and aggression and he in the present use our taxpayer money to to buy that president just ask themselves that question they want to face that is so there's for me why because the truth hurts new Mexico's democratic senator Tom Udall had strong words about president trump's behavior and Davos Switzerland at the World Economic Forum during the opening days of trump's impeachment trial president trump has leadership Maria said he is all over in Davos over in Davos number one what he's doing in Davos which I find outrageous he's he's playing with the jury jury intimidation he said as they are in Davos at the camera he says don't coal balls in there so with us he said could hurt our national security I think that's a very very dangerous role did go down to say that Congress cannot handle the national security issues obviously Fulton has a lot to say in public just about what went on in the meetings but we can handle the National Security park in our secure facilities and I think we're willing to do that the other thing that I found was really upsetting in terms of president trump's behavior over in Davos was he and this is his quote honestly we have all the material and we don't he says honestly we have all the material and they don't have the material here years scolding Goldie over the fact that he has the documents he's not turn them over to Congress he's violated is that is that special relationship article one article two where Congress is supposed to be able to subpoena documents and we do offer site and here he is gloating in S. quality sitting over in Davos president trump is threatening to use national security concerns to block John Bolton's testimony if in the unlikely event the Senate voted to subpoena him as a witness if that doesn't work Republican senators reportedly have a backup plan to depose him in private and then to classify his testimony as secret on national security grounds Karen Greenberg director of the center on national security at Fordham University school of law and author of the book rogue could just as the making of the security state told KABC phase Mitch gesture at the national secrets and security the growth of the security and police powers of the executive branch and the presidency especially since the September eleventh attacks on the US are all involved in the impeachment trial and it's Ukraine affair it is so obvious that what they don't want to do is to bring forth witnesses because the witnesses will say things not because they compromise national security but because they compromise the head of state and head of state and the people in his circle and that's just not what we seen this before we've seen the term national security used to be a real quick for not just protecting the national interest but making sure it doesn't get certain people either embarrassed or in trouble with the law we've seen this in the war on terror and numerous instances and we seen elsewhere we know this this playbook and it would it's important for the country not just for this trial to say now we have a process this is a these are the rules of the process and you can try to obstruct them in any way you want but ultimately we're gonna get those witnesses we need to get them the ring of a very important point now there are some government watchdog groups have you know created these charts showing the amount of times that national security has been invoked in order to keep information from either getting to the public or at least at the very minimum to Congress and if you look at these charts there's just this explosion this exponential growth that really begins at two eight you know right around nine eleven but even even before that even in the nineties but still continuing more so and here we are kind of leads us to the moment that Donald Trump may not have created concerning this use or over use of classifying information he hasn't created this dynamic but it's led us to a point where now he is in that same vein doing which I think is pretty remarkable and even pretty dangerous and for me is like one of those really important things that may not be as talked about as much as it should be during this impeachment trial and that's doing a blanket refusal to cooperate with Congress at all in this investigation right another way of saying it is this was a logical it's a little bit amped up foreseeable consequence of what emerged from nine eleven afterwards and again was built on earlier things as you say and you'll notice that in the the statement about this trial you've seen national security claimed on both sides national security is claimed by the trump administration and his to his lawyers as we can't give out these witnesses or these documents because of national security and on the other side you have individuals Adam Schiff another saying look this is a matter of national security we need to know this and so in national security is the magic words for the whatever it is you want to claim and I think that's also something that has led to this moment in time that we've been dealing with for the past two decades as you say since nine eleven did in this trip to what we consider in late but I guess Arthur Slesinger once called the imperial presidency which other people which people are now using frequently this term exactly let me say one other thing that are sure it's lasted you said though for this lesson you said that you know it and his father that history moves American history has seemed to move in cycles and you know from being very simplistic about this from more conservative errors to more liberal errors and that the cycle was about thirty years which is just about generationally you know in a little more and the real question here is are we what we are are we in the cycle or we done with the idea of cycles in American history have we entrenched ourselves so much in a way of thinking about the presidency and particularly when it comes to it's tied to national or its claim to national security have we escaped those cycles and so on what do you think question what is your title I don't think the pendulum swinging back I think that that so much yeah because we had a democratic president a liberal president who brought in some very much more liberal minded folks into the national security state with the presidency of Obama and the truth was it proved almost impossible to change things either because of how they read the national security global security landscape or because it was just too hard to give up the powers that had accrued but I do not think as we used to think ten years ago that the pendulum is swinging back in office another reason I think this impeachment is so important because it needs to it's not just about Donald Trump it's about what's happened to the country what is allowed to be claimed in the name of national security and now we've seen it at the ultimate where it was claimed in a national security the president's powers have now become clearly about personal interest and you notice yesterday that and today both ship and now they're use national security and then right after national interest and I'm committed to personal interest sort of is the relationship with these these things that are at stake Aaron Greenberg