35 Burst results for "Grandma"
Oosthuizen Leads After 3 Rounds at the Open, Morikawa 1 Back
"Despite struggling on the final nine holes south African Louis used taste and has maintained his position on top of the British open leaderboard and will take a one shot lead over California's Collin Morikawa into the final round is Tyson made a crucial late birdie at the sixteenth the move Clea after sixty nine moved him to twelve under bar cabinet picked up to back down birdies to post sixty eight Jordan Spieth bogeyed the final two holes of the day but he's sixty nine still has him in third place at nine under Corey Conners and Scottie Scheffler are in touch next at eight under and US open champion Jon Rahm is among those five shots back I'm grandma gods
Silk & Sonder CEO Meha Agrawal on Finding Joy in Debugging
"Did you build this to scale efficiently from day. One or you finding this as you grow as paul grandma always says you know build things that don't scale 'cause that means people want your products so it really depends like i think there are. There's constant opportunity for higher performance higher efficiency higher optimization of code so we continue to make that trade off but i think you want to apply a baseline level of thoughtfulness. An excellence upfront without being perfect. So you can minimize pivots. Along the way having been burned in the past with trying to compile code and breaking all the time and then having to debug i actually didn't find joy in debugging and so dot lingering anxiety from those days has forced me to apply a lot of thoughtfulness up front to try to get to eighty percent product market fit for all of our futures and then and then go right and then you can tweak it as you go. So it's it's kind of a delicate dance. But i think i. I don't think we're at a point where we're ready to scale everything efficiently but we try to apply that leads on retesting this in the right way in a lean way but also optimizing for success so that we don't have to be drowning leader
Wisconsin State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski Never Thought She'd Become State Official
"I'll be honest. I think like so many women i Did not ever be out where i am today like. I wasn't one of those kids in middle school. That was drying american flags and have the constitution memorized. And said i'm going to be wisconsin's next senator But with that sad. I was always really community oriented. I mean my parents were public school teachers. Ed when we we'd see trash on the highway. I was that kid that wanted to start a club where we would pick up from asking go recycle it and then we would take that money and give it to the homeless shelter Or we were. We had a big wolf population Issue in wisconsin and so i- second grade adopted a wolfpack in son raise. And the people. You that way you is that when you see something wrong you got the ended up in do something about it and i think that's really how i've lived my entire career. I mean i never thought. I would be an elected official in here. I am now you know. The state treasurer of wisconsin and it was because scott walker was trying to get rid of the state treasurer's office. I'm in two thousand eighteen. There was this constitutional amendment that he put on the ballot. Because you know. Rebecca hilly who needs checks and balances in government. I mean firing your chief financial officer then giving those responsibility to your ceo. I mean we would never do that in business. So why do we think that the government. And i've found myself leading a constitutional amendment to save the treasury office. They believed wisconsin state treasurer. When that happened we won that amendment by the way with sixty three percent of the vote. Which as all of us in purple states know that is a landslide. Victory and still. The question was well. Who's going to run for it and I i remember my grandma. Act was thinking about her. When i was debating what i should do and she she said about public service she was actually harder. The first group went into serb during world war two and when i was asking her about her public service she said sarah take Asked for forgiveness for
Latino Caller Names Democrats as the Masters of Propaganda
"You. You know your literature your platform to direct people to Hey, go to Mark 11 go to the show. Good. And so one thing another person who is Donald Trump. Who needs to be given a lot of credit, and he was able to make end roads because of the lack of political correctness. He doesn't He didn't give a damn to a certain extent what you thought Because he was saying the truth and whether people know this or not. The Latino community. They find it refreshing because I'm starting the seat. That they're realizing that a lot of what the Democrats they've been feeding us crap sandwich hasn't been telling us. It's the LaMunyon, but we're starting to realize. That's what it is. We're no longer being said crap sandwiches and eating it and saying, Okay, good, thank you know, but there's a push back and anyways, long story, your your your platform. Keep doing what you're doing, man. You know, the book comes out. I'll get more of your books and I'll distribute very kind. You're an inspiration. Well, No, you are. I mean, look, man, I've found you in 13 and you and help with rush just kind of help My philosophy last names, but I'll be honest. I've always had this This conservative principles. Thanks, my grandma Grandpa, but they can't voting Democrat because that's just the way it was. You were caught. Well, you're Mexican. You You've got to vote Democrat. The Republicans aren't for you. And it was just it's propaganda, and it's a we've seen Soviet propaganda we've seen, you know Chinese propaganda, and I say this, the American last has mastered it. They've mastered propaganda, and that's where
Firefighters Make Progress Against Big Fires in US West
"One of the biggest fires is along the California Nevada border Kelly grow so when his family and Doyle California had to evacuate after losing everything that I've worked for and everything else all these years it's gone he spoke to K. O. L. O. T. V. Jon Hansen and his dog were forced out of their home near Yosemite National Park threw some clothes in a bag and grandma shoes and then he was dead and took off I hope everything is still there when I get back he spoke to K. F. S. N. in Oregon the bootleg fire covers two hundred forty square miles lightning has sparked fires in Washington and Idaho extreme heat has set off many of these fires forecasters say temperatures will be dropping I bet Donahue
How a Sober Buddy Can Help With Lynne Brown
"My name is lyn I i live in london. I'm sixty four. I am married or have a husband and two grown-up stepsons and due to become a grandma berry time. Anytime soon which. I'm quite excited about. In terms of my contact with south africa i went in nineteen thousand ninety nine and basically fell in love with south africa's country And over the last twenty years. I visited very regularly for longer a longer stays since then And on my last reply. I hooked up with janet because in the uk. I was doing volunteer. Alcohol support work. And when i found the what was with the world without wine website I thought it'd be really good idea to connect with john. It and share experiences israeli so Hence why i'm here today glynn. Let's let's talk a bit about your your drinking history. Shelving sure yeah. I think i had the classic pattern of firm of teenage drinking in the uk. Growing up getting drunk from about sixteen on woods trying to hide it from our parents going out and getting drunk at university. Because that's what you did And then after university starting work and potting most friday nights and saturday nights the weekend.
Chat Marketing and Instagram Automation With Mike Yan of ManyChat
"Low mike welcome to the podcast. Hither they for having the Let's start just square one the basics. My grandma and grandpa are both on instagram. I got a direct message from my grandma just yesterday in the simplest most understandable way possible. Can you describe or our listeners. Maybe even my grandma what the many chat technology is an kind of how it works or here so. I'm sure that your grandmother is aware of direct messages on instagram. Since she already sent you a direct message so what may chat allows you to do is allows you to automate the direct messages on instagram. And the way businesses used this is for example to posted a story saying hey gm coupon to get ten percent off coupon in our ecommerce store or if you're an influence or doing a webinar you can say hey demi webinar to get linked to the webinar and instead of going in answering hundreds of deums yourself wasting your time or hiring expensive assistance to do that. You could use a platform like many jobs that starts at ten dollars a month and it will automate this for you now. The key thing here is that it's not only four lake really simple stuff. You could automate things. Like leaf qualification. So asked people questions about their business and then remember those responses and replied to every specific person differently. So it's kinda like a choose your own adventure type style and what this creates for. Businesses is it just increases the conversion rates. So if you have somebody reaching out to you it's probably gonna take you. Maybe several minutes probably most probably several hours to get back to them. Because even though we're using our phones a lot these days it's still not going to be instant
Roger Federer Routed at Wimbledon; Novak Djokovic Into Semifinals Again
"Roger Federer is hopeful won more Wimbledon championship have been dashed in the quarterfinals the thirty nine year old well beaten six three seven six six love by the fourteenth seeded pole who that hit catch you next takes on the tail Berra's teeny most often over the last few games of it says you can feel that you know coming back from it the thirty nine year old veteran now faces the fact that I tried another joke of it is just two wins away from equalling his twenty grand slam titles that after the Serb cruised past the Hungarian Marton fix if it's in straight sets to set up a semi final showdown with Denis Shapovalov the Canadian reached the final four for the first time in five sets of a Karen Khachanov I'm grandma goes
Fruits! Berries! Things You Can Grow in Your Garden
"Well. It's been a lot of interest in in the garden. Ever since and the fruits is a really wonderful thing to grow in the garden. It's it's a little tougher than vegetables on some respects. Some are easier than ground vegetables and but all of them are a challenge in their own way. Just like whether it's a broccoli lettuce they. They all have their own challenges. We have a small patch of blueberries about ten bushes or so and We've last year. We had one heck of a of a harvest. It was a beautiful blueberry year. And this year when when i was Back at the house and looking at the blueberries We've always let the The wild Strawberries grow underneath them. That seemed to be a good mulch and didn't seem to bother anything and they both like an acid soil blueberries and strawberries and This year was the first year. I've seen a just a massive amount of little baby. You know well for fully mature tiny little strawberries. Oh yes. I was surprised i was picking a few and of course the the wonderful thing about those wild strawberries is. They are sweet and they are delicious. There are a lot of work. Well i used to go into by my. When i was a kid used to go into my grandfather's backfield and pick a whole court and i think i covered a half an acre. A court again. My grandmother gave me the the old little wooden strawberry boxes the billboard size once you get as many as you can fill it up to that. I wanted to tell grandma. I and even picking even picking them by putting one in the bathroom. I would come back with a court. But i'd also i'd also defoliate a half acre to do but who else was gonna do it anyway. Right
Rahm Closes With Two Birdies to Win U.S. Open
"Just two weeks after devastating positive kind of a tense while leading the memorial tournament John Robb has broken through for his first major win at the US open it finished with a totemic blow around sixty seven to finish at six under he then watched as his rivals crash one by one with south African Louis whose ties of the last to stumble blowing his chances with a bogey at seventeen to finish second at five under defending champion Bryson Datia bowed leading early on was eight over on his final nine and finished eight shots back I'm grandma goes
Nautical Names Quiz
"Were here in the game room with a game. We like to call names. There are all sorts of things in the sea with some pretty interesting names. So and i are going to say some names of things under the sea. And you have to guess whether it's an animal a plant or a geological feature and just to be clear a geological feature is a natural formation in the earth like an island or a trench. Okay let's get started. The first word is water wheel. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature that sounds like a geological feature to me. Maybe some kind of rock that spends a plant. In fact it's a carnivorous plant. A meat eating plant. Yep it grows in freshwater wetlands and feeds on small insects and fish. Wow okay well. Here's another one. The word is slime head. Is it an animal plant or a geological feature well. I've done enough swimming and lake. We wound to know that seaweed can be not slimy. So i'm going to guess that a slime head is a plan actually. It's a fish. They live in tropical parts of the atlantic pacific and indian oceans. They're also called red fish or rough because some people think slime fish is the most appealing name. Okay last one. The word is the seamount. Is it an animal a plant or a geological feature. Oh i know this. One eats a geological feature. It's the name for an underwater mountain or an underwater volcano. That's not active anymore back iras. Well didn't your grandma. G force us to have vacation house on top of an underwater extinct volcano but it turned out that it wasn't extinct. Oh yeah so now. She needs a new place to spend her summer vacation and i told her she could bunk with you. And that's your prize for winning this. Round of nautical name
How NASA engineer Diana Trujillo's Pursuit of a New Life Led Her to Space
"For diana through a life in a different place in just bring her to the united states. it brought her to space. Diana is an aerospace engineer. She works at nasa where she's one of flight directors for nasa's perseverance rover which is looking for signs of past life on mars. Her journey to get here is remarkable. It was fueled by some really powerful women and her deep conviction. That latina's need to be in the room. When we learn that there is life on this planet. I want to start with the women in your family because it seems to me that the entire trajectory of your life is informed by your mom and by the women who raised you. So would you start by telling me about them. My mom my grandma. My great grandma any general. My grandma's sisters my cousins. This was a group of women that will get together on my grandma's house which was a block away from my house and we will always have you know it got his seat. Though in the kitchen they will talk about their marriage life but was going on with her husband what was going on with their kids and it was funny because all of them were older women and i think that the only kid was me and sometimes my mom's cousin but jimmy. Their home wasn't like first second thirty. I was like mighty s watching them. Talk to each other about the dig. Said they wanted in their lives that they wanted to keep for their own personal development but at the same time how hard it was for them to make that trade with their significant others. So i think that hearing all of that but at the same time hearing them try to find a way to get what they wanted made me think two things one of them was. Why are you not choosing the thing that you wanna do. Why are you not going for that thing. I hear you say one. But i wanted but i can
Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez
"Though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner. And then you started developing distinct and you got the courage to make that phone call roy. So we'll explore that later. Let's take it back a second. Who is literature. What's his heritage mexican. And i was. I was born here. My dad com from a water s. And he moved out paso from el paso. He went to new mexico and from new mexico. He went to southern california where he met my mom. And that's where it all started. But i was born in in what was called a farm. Count everybody in the area that was born. Take greater wass to california's probably about two thousand people. You know what the pretty cool about the history. There's people don't know this. The area that i was born in the ontario airport guadalete california rancho cucamonga. All that was acting the biggest wine producing area in the country. It was bigger than napa valley. That's where i was born in a one room apartment. I was gonna say my birth certificate doesn't have an address. It has a house number cost number eighteen. 'cause you know the gwozdecky. I never met him of course but know he from what i was told you know my grandfather stories of him was he was a good a good man you know. He built the housing for the latino. He built the school he built a grocery store. He built a church. He came from italy so everything was replicated of his hometown which was pretty cool You know my grandpa and my dad really grew up with a challenge. I got a little bit because we got out of there. Like eight years old or something. But you know i'd go back and visit but it was know a wonderful place to for me as a child. You know there was. There was no bathrooms inside. The one room. Bathrooms were outside. You know it was like a college or a school showers and all that and then there was no kitchens. The kitchen again were across the hallway. They were community kitchen. It was big stoves like a restaurant so every morning i had lunch or dinner with ten fifteen different families and you know i learned community because as mama grandma was cooking if you ran out of something the lady next to you would pass it on and she needed something you you pass it on. So i i saw community for san the other thing too that i wanted to say to is a. I'm not an immigrant. But because of being latino in the sixties i was treated as an
The Power of Justice Centered Parenting With Rachel Alva
"I neo me. I'm andy how are you good. how are you doing. I'm good good good. Well we are very excited to have rachel here today. Hi how are you hi. i'm doing well. Thank you so much for having me. We're so where would you like your story to begin before. I jump into my story. I liked start by sharing. That i'm calling in from the stolen land of the coast salish peoples also known as the pacific northwest. And i say this to thank and honor those who have for thousands of years protected and cared for the land but now sustains me and also to draw attention to the reality that none of us were born into a culture of justice. Sometimes when i share my story there are parts. That might sound like sensational or shocking. But nothing in. My family's history is particularly surprising when you consider that i live in a country that was built on much worse stolen land and the stolen lives of enslaved people and for those most egregious things to have occurred. Violence in harm. Had to be normalized all kinds of ways throughout our culture so my story. I'm going to begin before i was born. There are a lot of people who came before me who shaped my life. But today i want to zoom in on my grandma audrey So audrey was sixteen in the early nineteen sixties. When she got pregnant she married my grandpa. Jimmy who was twenty six at the time. She gave birth to my uncle and then a year later when she was only seventeen. Gave birth to my dad. And i don't know what happened with audrey jimmy or where he was when one night. She went out partying with friends. She left her toddlers at home with her. Mom migrate grandma to babysit and she didn't come home right away when she was expected. how long her mom waited for her to come home but her mom called child protective services and they removed the boys and from what i can tell place them with a family for adoption right away
Top Googled Questions for Christianity: Part Two [TEST]
"What's up everybody. Welcome to lightning bolts and other jackets where we take our concerns and questions about christianity and figure out a kick in the teeth. I'm victories asano your host here. We go. has it gone fan. This is lightning bolts and leather jackets. And we are on part. Two of top googled questions for christianity. If you haven't heard the first episode you can go ahead and go back if you'd like that was more of an introductory episode where we talk about why. We're talking about this. Because when i googled like why does christian or why do christians and if i got a lot of like weird slash interesting top gould questions in my like autofill. I thought they were great questions attack on labels leather jackets. Because that's what we do. Is we take questions. That are weird or hard or people. Don't want to answer. Maybe don't think about answering and we address them so last week was. Why do christians celebrate easter and today is why just christian music all sound the same. I mean i feel like. I could ask that question about any genre like rap or country or pop or whatever but we're going to break this down anyway really quick if you're only listening to one genre or just christian radio that's probably why you think it all sounds the same part of it is like you know different tastes for different people. I mean hymns can be trash to you just like metal cores trashed your grandma. So so keep that in. Mind to be tackled this question. You know not everybody's gonna like your genre of music but that doesn't mean that genre music doesn't have christian artists that are available so we're gonna talk about all this red
Ageless Wonder Mickelson Wins PGA to Be Oldest Major Champ
"Phil Mickelson has made history at the PGA championship becoming the oldest player to ever win a major title with a two shot victory other Brooks KEPCO and Louis is Tyson at fifty years and eleven months he is two years and seven months older than Julius Boros was when he won the PGA in nineteen sixty eight Mickelson survived the demanding of roller coaster day on the difficult kiwa island calls with a final round seventy three that was good enough in the end for a six under par total and the two shot victory it is his sticks by just success and comes eight years after his last I'm grandma goes
Major Start as Koepka Finds His Way to Share of Lead at PGA
"Dented Canadian Corey Conners master the difficult K. what island ocean because with a hunting five under sixty seven to take a two shot lead after the first round of the PGA championship former champions Brooks kept Karen Keegan Bradley among those next at three under and defending champion Colin Varkala joins Phil Mickelson three back at two under Jordan space made a slow start to his ongoing quest to win the only major to us so far eluded him he's six back after a seventy three Rory McElroy and Justin Thomas posted seventy five Dustin Johnson seventy six I'm grandma goes
The Houseplant Expert by Dr David Hessayon
"So you know. Some kids have a favorite teddy or a comfort blanket that they carry around with them. Well for me as a child with a case of early onset giddiness. Well it was. My copy of the house plan expert. I literally carried it around everywhere. I went even on my first day of school. So mike grandma and wales sentenced to me. I remember in a birthday parcel wrapped. Tim brown paper and for me. Living in singapore and tropical singapore. The house plan expert wasn't just a guy to all the tropical plants that surrounded me both in gardens and even a native rainforest but for me it was a way to make my own. Make believe world so that i could escape into. I guess i saw it as a sort of interactive storybooks magical miniature worlds like planted tanks. And there's this one incredible branch that sets up with ramilia ads all over it. Not only could. I adventure through those. By looking at the pictures. I could actually create them myself. So i was co creating this fantasy land for myself to witness the miracle of life in action and what i read enough about is how dr h has really stripped away the extraneous flowery text in place of clear imagery but really just communicates these really complex ideas in such an effective and inspirational way. It's just as inspirational to me. Two years almost forty than when i was looking at it as a kid under ten to me even today. It's still the best gardening book ever written. And as someone who sometimes found that having the wrong face or the wrong surname compressed. Tricky in the world of florida culture for doctor has say on to be able to have trailed blaze this in the industry half a century ago. Now that's even more impressive to me.
"grandma" Discussed on Hangout With Ds
"Saying now. The family has heart expecting you to strip nights for grandma. Surgery injury expensive easy drop ninety and he knew you went into the election. So what will you do. What i want to chillan. Have discarding bingo. Don't try now we'd see see. J. drama was asked. She'd see damn where you from because nobody was my mom. I'm running because my mum sixty fifty again who still pursue save. Our life probably could even nike spun me on show moisture. Not drama does all we nights and fight muscular so actually not so shown ball hormone we spend money on we move liquor magor issue strange. I tried when i drive yards. If you eat those gouzer by late night spin master if you just watch to soviet union anymore i z. Because you spend busy. Outstanding limited. Enjoying shave inside i i. Am i supposed to issue a so how you think like there was no you can reach out to taiji page at these judge knows. No think about like what would you do. We spend nights for grandma when he came months. Yeah so that's all we have for you. On the scenario time recovered without music release stay tuned stages for w the biggest schlock in towns coming and going to tell us. Template these nigeria. Going to give you my level the got to be jeff the bundu province the devil walk in ship. Kindy mhm serious budka. He's so talk with so welcome to the segments. Be back again. Ninety nine ds was here segment to give you our yard. And i'm gonna tell you something about this plan this pain. These is linked love kind of love. His brick fast nicer buzzword. Then i think we should listen to do. It's going to help you know reince moisture but your spouse boyfriend girlfriend jeb. I ladies. I'm gonna give it to my guys introduced additional. Yeah so let's go straight into the chart this we have our top five like five state. Okay so we're moving straight into the first lights at the number five. What songs number five we have for you by any feature individuals. Taking.
"grandma" Discussed on The Knowing Place
"Hey y'all. Chuck here from Annoying Place podcast and got some things I want to share with you this morning about the power of the mind and Hopefully get some feedback from some of you. Be sure to shoot me a email at the letter T knowing place at gmail.com with your thoughts ideas critiques that I'm about to share about the my name is power. So stick with me short commercial break. We'll be right back with a minisode stay tuned off. There are a few things that are worth having that are free. And anchor is one of those things. If you haven't heard of it, here's the deal. It's the easiest way to make a podcast. But Ancor isn't just regular free. It's the kind of free that comes with great podcasting tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer. Anchor even distribute your podcast for you on all the major life forms, like apple podcast Spotify em anymore. You can even make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need in one place dead. So if you would download the free anchor app or go to Anchor. FM to get started. Happy podcasting. Good morning everyone on this November 3rd 2020 election day Tuesday. Hope all is well. Want to share a thought with you this morning and maybe get some feedback from some of you thinkers out there. I've been there is a preoccupied lately with psychology and the power of the mind and on the heels on my last minisode making your thoughts golden. I'm paying attention steal to my thoughts and how they affect control effluence my life. But if this power of the mind that has me most intrigued follow me on this scenario. You visit Grandma's house. Now she's long since passed away. But it seems like you can smell her cake baking or the scent of her hair or maybe even her voice hear her voice how many experiences like these have been attributed to ghosts or hauntings? But we're actually just the power of your memory. What if the mind being the supercomputer that page is can just vividly recall specific details from memory, especially in certain locations or circumstances, which may trigger these powerful member. Maybe seeing Grandma quote unquote or smelling certain scents or hearing certain sounds in certain places at certain times is no different than typing in google.com and having the website pull up on your computer. Now how much more powerful is the Mind than a man-made computer? Is this idea far-fetched when you think about it that way the truth of the matter is we have no clue just how powerful our minds are. So take care of your mind by controlling what you watch what you think what you listen to? Now in all fairness we talk about encounters with ghosts and spirits. How would you explain those experiences that people have with ghosts or spirits that they don't know personally that they don't have memories of that would be a good argument against this idea. I just presented but I guess I'm speaking more. So in cases of what the Bible calls familiar spirits, you know, brother or sister that passed away a good friend that passed away and you see them or you hear them when you experience them. I really think that this supercomputer mind of hours. Gives us these experiences and projects these images and gives us those smells and those touches in those fields long after our loved ones have gone. So don't discount how powerful you are how powerful your mind is. Peace and love is always. Hit me up. Give me some feedback. Thanks.
"grandma" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Our guest for August. Is My grandma Beverly Bowl in my grandmother. She's going to be joining us over the phone today for a conversation about life as she approaches ninety fucking years old ninety nine zero she turns ninety on next Friday literally a week Friday September sixth. My grandma's ninetieth birthday. She's GonNa share some of her wealth of wisdom with us. Today hopefully share some secrets to life with all of us. We can try to be a little bit more light. My grandma because she is a kick ass saint For some background. If you've never heard me speak on my grandma before so my dad's mom okay She grew up with like ten brothers and sisters and Michigan like Holland Michigan Like I said she's about to turn ninety. She was very much Her and my grandpa were the the the I guess like team captains of my family On that side. Obviously on my Dad's side. They had their house in. Taylor on Taylor. Lake served as like the meeting point for our whole family so every Christmas every Thanksgiving every fourth of July every Easter. We went to their big ass house with their indoor pool. It's one story super old school house like a big house. But one story indoor pool on the lake fucking baller and I mean all the food you could ever want to eat all the booze you ever WanNa drink everything you could ever want. That house to me became the American dream in every fucking possible. Facet of the of the phrase. It did it that became the goal on like getting emotional. Just thinking about it but it did that well. My grandma was able to achieve in when my GRANDPA was able to achieve with her. That is what I want for my life so this woman has served for me as a beacon. The entire time that I've lived as one of the nicest people that I've ever met in and she's made me feel so loved blessed in like I could do anything. My Mind's eye life so that is the reason I wanted to my grandma on on August Again you'll have to excuse me for getting emotional but the ladies fucking awesome. She's fantastic. She's she's funny I'm I'm I've never caught her in a bad mood. I've never caught her on a date. I'm in a bad mood like ninety percent of the time. If you know he will You know you can be bitchy but this woman complete fucking opposite And in I just can't wait to share her again with Y'all she came on last year during call your grandparents month in August or whatever and It was fucking awesome. I believe it was last year. So she's back again this year as I was saying of. I've collected myself now. That house. We're we're all my cousins. My aunts and my uncles would gather for every holiday when we'd have twenty people and they're eating these huge meals that sorta it'd be it just gave me this perfect vision of what you could achieve if you worked at it if you worked hard in if you raised your family correctly with good morals and values and if you gave them the love and if you gave everybody in your family the love and support they needed. I saw this could be the outcome. And now that's not to say that it's perfect. It's fucked in many ways My parents marriage fell apart eventually They're all all kinds of random issues throughout my family. That are just like any other family but the difference is I knew no matter what happened. That house was there it was it was like a foundation for all those people. No matter happened to them. What was going on in our lives. We would go to my grandma and GRANDPA's house for whatever the reason for whatever the Holiday Inn. It didn't matter what else was going on. You came together as a family and you loved and you learned and celebrated whatever the occasion was and that was it. You didn't bring your outside bullshit. You didn't mistreat anybody. You didn't caused drama. I'm sure I did some at some point in my teenage years I apologize. I can't really remember. But the woman said the example for me her in in in in in my dad has a result Because of the way she was she raised him my mom. I've been very lucky to be surrounded by incredibly supportive increase in Hashtag. Incredible people My grandma being one of my favorites ever so I'm rambling without further ADO. Let's give a ring. My Grandma Beverly Bolan here she is. Hey Grandma's Russ Yeah doing. It's always great to hear from you. It's always good to hear from you too. It's funny I was just telling our producer grant that I've done like four hundred podcast episodes and I still get nervous talking to you that I think just because I wanted to go so well I think that's it. Oh so I was thinking the same thing because you know I did radio and then the television and I thought okay. This is a breeze exactly South America also. Because I wanted to be good. I know what you here's the thing. It will be good every time I have ever spoken to you in my entire life has been good. Why would this time be any different? Exactly exactly I know so. Let's just be ourselves. That's what I always told guests. Can you're sitting in the living room talking okay? Well then we'll do it that way. I I do have questions for you though because we're coming up on a very important occasion for you ninety years of life. I know I should be very wise right. I think you are. I think most wise person. I'm aware of skills learning. That's what's so exciting. That's what makes you never stop learning exactly which surprises me. You know when you start out you think you know everything and then as you go along you realize you do not and thank goodness you keep learning would probably so far in my life probably three or four different points where I thought I knew everything and then realized a wait a minute. I don't know anything at all your ninety years. Deep if you had to pick one or two sort of. I don't know grandma like keys. To import owned young people to have a successful life. Like what. What would you say a couple pieces of advice would be well that thing that I think I tried to do and I is be nice to everyone? Everyone whether they're going to promote you or whether they're just going to help you or whether they're you want to help them and I think that's the thing that's always been so impressive to me about you though. Grandma is that you're so kind and caring with every single person that you come across and I'll be honest with you. I try to take as much as I can from you because I look up to you so much but that's one of the areas that I struggle because people can be very frustrating in infuriating. Yet you never seem to miss a beat with a nice yard everybody. How do you do that because as you know I grew up with a family of eleven children you have to learn to get along? Levin you know with that many children and my parents were great. They made all of us. All of us feel very loved and special and they made us all feel. Because we've talked about that later that they would always be there for it and I tried to impart that on my three sons. You know please make your children feel loved and that they'll you will always be there for a very important thing I think. How many brothers and sisters did you have? I had seven sisters. Imagine growing up with seven women or goodness girls and tape rabbit. How did you parents go bell accomplish because today in two thousand nineteen only a completely insane person would try to have that many kids with how expensive childcare and everything is? What was that dynamic? Light growing up because that's so rare now. I had the best childhood and my brothers and sisters say the same thing it was just I was thinking I read through something clearing out papers about the my sister just below me. Who was two years younger? My Best Buddy and something. I had written to her about our walking to the woods and picking butter cups and Pussy willows 'em violets and the woods wasn't too far from our home is in Michigan and then coming home and there were Lilac Bushes and could sit in the middle of them. It was just wonderful times like that. So and the SPART N my father and mother well as I said just made us all feel very loved and I don't know how they did it but I think if you're fortunate to live in a family that is so caring then you'll have a great start in life you know. I wonder how differently you woulda turned out if you were an only child. Well that is interesting isn't it? You know I don't know I don't know. And you know your grandfather also encouraged me. I was very shy but I love journalism like you apparently did and loved riding. I wrote Editor of the feature page of the school newspaper and the sports Writer or editor of the sports page asked me to write the girls sports column and I just loved it so I don't but I was shy. I was very shy and very tall and very skinny. You Know I. I was a late bloomer. So was I think so I was? I didn't bloom into pro. I grew like a foot. My Sophomore Year of high school. I think is when I really finally grew. Well I just always thought you a wonderful so I guess personality wise. I always thought you were wonderful. I can just see you now at all different stages but your grandfather after I had the three little boys He encouraged me. He just he would say things like most guys would not say. You're smarter than I am. I was not smarter than he was. He was a chemical engineer from produce and But he started traveling for Monsanto for business and he would be gone three weeks at a time. I had these three little boys and for the weekends. He'd go to Morocco or Paris or Switzerland or something and I decided I needed to be interesting for this man who was doing all these exciting things. Oh yeah that yeah. That's when I started heaven only knows. How did I think I do that but I My Mentor Said this radio station doesn't have a woman. Just go in there and tell them you need that and then later it was the other the television but grandfather that encouraged me talk about doing GRANDPA's marriage a little bit if you would. How many first of all. How many years were you married fifty five? Wow but yeah. That is a very long time. How did you keep each other happy? And so in love all of those years. Some people can't make it like one year I know and I think it That respect for each other you know respect each other plus I can remember Ross and my brain one time when I was mad said Okay Stop that craziness you love them. You want to be with them. Just wrap it up and stop this fighting you know and and that's basically it we just we were mad and love and But we fought just like everybody else..
"grandma" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Original song with frozen to the disk version of into the unknown. Elvis Duran what is it with these people Elvis Duran in the morning show so I this ritual. Every Sunday I sit down with my ipad and read the New York Times and read news. I read a lot of reading Sunday's as being there was an article I read this weekend. I thought was so interesting. I actually shared it with Gandhi odd because I thought I. I didn't know if you want if you had an opinion on it but Daniel remember the the text books that we had in highschool no of course of course right. There was an article in Creighton. If I'm wrong I get things wrong. There was an article out about how students students. Let's say high school students in California are getting the same exact textbook for social studies as students in Texas from the same publisher from the same writer. Okay but they have different text to fit the community the community values they think in also how people vote. Oh either Democrat Republican in those states. It's the same exact book but it's edited for the region. It goes to. That's interesting but isn't isn't that kind of alter one hundred percents it does it slightly tweaked weeks history a little bit like you'll have conversation about a racial tensions shins and a whole list of everything that our country's gone through in the past two hundred years. It gives a different viewpoint depending on the region where the book is his distributed I thought that was very odd. Feel like that should be criminal. I mean everyone should be learning the same stuff and if you have to put in both sides of the argument the put in both sides of the argument vehement but don't choose which side you're going to present to an indirect state. That's crazy to me. It makes me think back to going to high school in Texas. We had Texas history. I don't know if you guys have state or regional history in New York or Texas. Of course you know. It's a state where we always thought we should be our country. It's own thing so so we had Texas history and I'm recalling now the texts that we read through the Texas history books about how who owned the WHO owned the land win. Who who was there first? And who got it through war got it through thievery. Who got it through purchasing and it makes me stop and go God will not only Texas history but what what else was I taught in high school? That probably is leaning a certain way. That isn't all the facts. Christopher Columbus Spooky all that kind of stuff I mean. I think that there are so many things that as we grow older. I mean there's an entire book that has been very popular lies. My teacher told me and I think that it's really sad that we're learning as adults that a lot of stuff we learned to Stillman just not true well and here I am a fifty five year old guy just now learning a lot of stuff I learned learned in high school probably was somewhat factual but they were leaving other facts out. That's crazy I'm not. I'm not saying it was complete lies but at the point where you're not getting the whole truth. No it should just be facts and that's it opinions at all. Are you know no steering you in one direction. That's ridiculous There was a I. I don't WanNa go out on a limb here because I don't remember names. There was a Broadway play done by an actor Hispanic. It was great was on yes. We saw that. What's that called? We saw hold on. Let me look at its Spanish history for dummies or something like that. It was a Broadway play and they actually traveled the country with and it was tremendous went to see it with Enrico Santos. He took me anyway. It really gives you a wide wide ranging. Look at the history of America. North America South America like who was here first and how many people were destroyed when people from from from Europe came over and brought all this disease wiped out. I have never understood how you can say. You discovered a land where people already lived. Y- it had been discovered and settled shows of your apartment today. I discovered this. The name of the show is Latin. History for morons onto. I believe you can actually see it on. You can stream it. I believe Netflix has called for someone. Has It okay. It was really really truly interesting to hear his version and historically correct versions as we're now learning of who we are where we're from. Who really found this place in? who was run on out of it? Yup in all the way back to the Mayans I mean it goes. It's fascinating history is just so fascinating and so intriguing and their stories. You can learn through history but it's nice to know that you can get all sides of the story I can. I can handle the good and the bad but Gimme the good and the bad. Don't give me what you think is the good interesting even like World War Two stuff right if you read the American version of what happened and then you read Russian versions of what happened very very different. We're on the same side. I'd be upset if I knew my thought. My kids were learning this way. I don't think that's happening. Where we live now probably are yeah? We keep keep in mind when you when you. I'm assuming this when you publish a Students Textbook You only have so much room so much real estate to fill so then and you have to pick and choose what comes out. Yeah Okay you want to stick to the facts. There's some some things in the things that you pull out may depending on who edits. That is editing. And what they think is the most important history terrifying the only way to combat. This is to get out and learn different perspective. That's really the only way to do it. So that's why when you and Here we go when you watch CNN or if you watch Fox I blatantly. It's blatant to me. How they lean it to the left or lean into the right place? We're all guilty. In in my opinion I've yet to find network news that I really truly can believe with one hundred percents certainty indy. I was talking to my girlfriend the other night and she was ice was telling you what I was hearing and she goes. That's because you're watching this network Gauri other network you'll hear the other and I was like. Wow she's right. So what do you do. Do you have to watch all networks and just trying to make up your mind. Somewhere in the middle skepticism is important. It is skeptical. Always ask questions. Where did it come from? uh-huh who's telling me this look who's telling you something you can get a lot out of that for instance me talking to you right now. It's all BS..
"grandma" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Within these walls sacred. I'm talking my adventure. I told me something I take today Sir. Because you've been keeping me awake to distract me when make a big mistake stay. It's a little harder. The.
"grandma" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Hard hard like that. How is comfortable for you to sit on yourself? Okay and you're all right. I don't hide you're not speaking of not the water's cold. Whatever the equivalent of Grandma's boobs Wright for guys that that doesn't happen at ten scary unseasonably warm weather? We had this weekend. I saw people with cars with their tops down and I saw two people with shorts and t shirts and this rooftop bar I went to people. Yeah we went to see the football game yesterday. The Texans the chiefs. We're watching it on a rooftop but here's the problem. We're all too overzealous. Because despite halftime the temperature dropped twenty five degrees the sun was going down and that rooftop bar that had like hundred people there. Just just seal later. Are Everybody ran out. Ran For the hills. We can't we can't rely I. It's January still January. People even get some warm weather. It's not going to be warm for very long. Okay okay thanks thank you Gandhi. Hi thanks like why. Are you yelling at us for the very short overzealous hard article. What are your fool moron deserve deserve to shiver for like a little kid Daniel? It's January. You're stupid he's still going back sorts all weekend. The.
"grandma" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"So Daniel Radcliffe was walking around New York City. He was on the street with a dog girlfriend. They're out there just doing their thing. It was called. He had a fleece please hoodie on a big coat over that the dog was called he was like I just. I just need to go pet this dog over here. They keep warm like Dan like Gandhi does some guy looked Daniel Radcliffe felt sorry for him. gave him five dollars. Get yourself a coffee. That is nice. That's a lot to five dollars. So so so Harry Potter himself said I shave before I leave the house. Yeah well can you imagine says Oh God what you must be so called. Here's some coffee money thanks thanks what did he look. He must have looked like he needed. Yeah he said he needs to shave set with the Olsen twins. Go Out Sometimes I. Sometimes you don't dress a little. I think it's called Boho. Chic always layers garbs and things. It looks like the doesn't match watch right right. Let's say good morning to Kim calling from Syracuse. How're you doing up there Kim? Good morning how are you. We're doing well. We're doing well so new week brings new responsibilities these for you. What are you doing this week? So this'll be my last week teaching at a school and I'm telling the Kiddos today that I am going to a different school district so having a really nervous morning so long. Have you been with the school. So I've actually. This is actually my first year teaching but the community about an hour and ten minutes away away from my home and I was offered a job which is four minutes from my house So I'm just kind of going through the waves of telling them today and just really different nervous about taking care of yourself. I know this is about you but let me make this about me for just a moment anytime. Do you listen to our show every day. Yes every morning. What's happening here Kim? An hour commute now so you get us for an hour now. You have a four minute commute. You're never gonNA hear us again. I know I. You can listen on the playback though it'll be okay. No moment almost makes us about you. I mean even though you've been there this is your first year of these kids. You've obviously become very connected with them and they have to you as well as yeah absolutely. Yeah they're They're mostly disabled. So it's been a tough year but it's definitely something that the kid that's the biggest thing is Not being able to see them every day and kind of seeing that change is going to happen so let me ask you this. Do you have that butterflies in the stomach. Feeling right now before you're about to drive in Butterflies everything everyone can relate. I bet there are a lot of people today Kim in that same position. They have to go in to do something and that is uncomfortable. Yeah maybe quit a job or tell people goodbye or work in general working working with a bunch of A. You know what I'm saying. There are a lot of people. Were on the way to work right now listening to you going. Oh my God I feel the same as she even though she's feeling even though I'm not doing the same thing so so listen I get in there. Do Your best you know what the good news is. You have a heart and this is why you feel this way. You're gonNA miss those kids exactly. Aw We love our teachers love it. We do. Thank you for listening to Kim and hopefully you'll make your four minute commute like an eight minute commute. At least we needed for the best of luck today. Okay thank you so much love you guys you know I. I don't know about you but I'm one of those I I don't like confrontation kind of guys where you know when you're on your way to have to take care of some business you're like Oh God cannot put it off. Get someone else to do it. That's why we hired nate. Yes yes the confrontational nature true. They ball buster. Everybody realizes Elvis earned the right to be like that right UNIN- it. No I feel like he doesn't like it so he gives it to someone else because it's uncomfortable. No it's not it's not earning a right it's I'm spineless. The coupled with you earning the rain I don't I don't I don't people say oh you're so loud you're so forward you're so no I'm I'm a scaredy cat when it comes to taking care of issues issues I don't love confrontation but almost always I feel better after it's happened and I stood up for myself with something that's been bothering me for a while so it might not be great but it's necessary Harry sometimes. Yeah I agree and then you actually feel the sense of accomplishment after going in your tackle that problem I did that. The problem is is when you're gearing up to go take care of something that's uncomfortable to voice in your head is what gets you all nuts percent. You know what I'm saying. You actually you since yourself yourself into a hundred dollars you play out like all the different scenarios that it could go this way. It could go this way and it always does the way you didn't plan call those shower conversations in the conversations you have in the shower. Those are the ones that lead to talk destruction in the head and I always have a better idea when I could've said after it's over of course. I think we all do that. Only if you had a friend called I just had the worst conversation with bub-bubba what happened. Well I tell you what I should have said. Why are you telling me that should have what it coulda?.
"grandma" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Ticklish. Yes you are do something today take. Here's my new one ready. Take a smoke break here me now. Don't smoke if you don't smoke. But what if smokers can go outside and take a break you go out and take a break next to the smoker. I used to request that when I was a waitress this all the time. I'm like I just WanNa go outside and breathe get out of here and take a smoke break. What walking to where you're going skip? Skip up to where you go. Okay let me know. Let me know when you're going to skip to the bathroom. I WanNa get that on. I might try to you. Okay all right all right skip. Okay okay no problem it. Put a little hopscotch jumping there while you're on all right. Let's get into your field goods with producer. Sam Produce Him all right so if you're one of those people who reflexively judge judge homeless people I hope this at least makes you think twice. Reflexively judges homeless some judgy friends. Don't give them money. They'll buy drugs kind of falls. You know what I mean. They're out there. So when Chase Hanson was only four years old. He asked his father John Why some people had to live on the streets and instead of just telling Him Dad said Nope we're going to make this a teachable moment. So the boy. We started conversations with these homeless people and would take them out for lunch once or twice a week and they learned a lot of things for example. One guy became homeless after a divorce and he chose to live year round in a tent through he could be closer to his sons. Aw rather than moving with family okay. So there's so much to learn. It's been several years and over. One hundred in fifty lunches later and the pair has started a social awareness charity. It's called project empathy. You could follow along on facebook. They share some amazing stories case. He's an incredible ten year old. John I w father of the year and if you have any stories that deserve to be featured email me salmon Elvis Ram dot com subject minefield goods. Absolutely thank you Sam Danielle. We got coming up. We all Meghan markle already starting.
"grandma" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"What a great weekend asked me what I did this. I have no clue. Oh I don't know it was just one of those weekends where I just didn't do one monumental thing to do nothing we can. Do you know we were gone for two weeks for the holidays I still. I have not opened my bags. They open it. I haven't unpacked my bags. That musty smell and everything the walk. Let's not assume that they already had toothpaste and the toothbrush in my in my bathroom. Deodorant leftover from last year. I'm using last year's deodorant. Look don't you just have things like I bring my travel toothbrush and then I throw it out. I don't bring it home. Oh never more of a larger thing. It's like all my clothes were packed. Yeah I'm with you mine is open but it is sitting like an open face sandwich in the corner of living out like you're living in hotel room you're living out of your suitcase. Sort of yeah. Just look at it. I keep walking by like I should unpack you me too on the good news is we're staying house so I did all my laundry before a packed so there's no like like wet swimsuit or anything. So how was your weekend Daniel. How was your weekend? It was amazing. I I had a party for my nephew who turned to so we had big family party. Yeah he doesn't he's so smart and then yesterday I dressed up as ANA from frozen for my niece's birthday and I showed up to the Kids Party and I sang pictures of this. We do scratch on my instagram. Does she know that your aunt Danielle so it took a moment but I pretty sure that she did realize Oh my God. It was very cute but she was. She's she was so cute she's like look. My Aunt Danielle did it was amazing. I stumbled upon something that you guys have probably known about for a long time. woodberry Commons is all outlet malls. Outlet Malls were fun. Oh Man it is fun and I saw your bags can't eat for the next year or two. So if you you guys see me starving in a corner. 'cause I spent all of my money spent all your money outlet mall. It was so nice so much stuff I was like. Oh this is for Daniel's birthday day. This is my sister's birthday this Valentine's Day I was stocking up. So you know I gotTa tell you. This weekend opened up the grill. The gross will be closed until the April right. So I picked it up. It took a while to get the burners to come on that. I burn of the of the New Year even though it's not the new year yet and I grilled steaks outside. Okay we have baked potatoes. We have a summer dinner. Good so good. It was awesome so look I hope he had a great weekend. It's back to reality. I hate to say it but let's let's go too far into reality. This reality thing we make it we. It's a human construct reality. Does that make sense it Mondays. Sundays are only as painful as we allow them to go into this day. Even though you've got work to do be playful be giddy caused trouble like that. Run behind a stranger in tickle them. I'm very very.
"grandma" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Thanks rephrasing of that way That happened. I can't believe that happened. I know happened. It's so nice for us to have that I. I know we've been talking about doing version of this way before I can start if you were going to do it on. We're going for years. We're going to record her on film and there's more ah there's more that I want to get out of her of course but We have a lot of videos. We take a lot of videos and also you know what I really WanNa do. We talk about what does that. I would love to context Sony. We've been meaning to do this for so long and try to get around. Yeah it's getting harder. It's getting harder to for to get around like it's her body is it's definitely failing. Her eyes are failing her years or feel like things are are well are like not working as well as they used to but her brain as far as I can see is to still I know it feels like it's just as sharp as my brain. Yeah I a lot older than my friends. I saw a week ago and it was actually a weird compliment. I gave myself as smart marist. No sharp as me what you meant not not that. I'm not sharp now. It was more about your age right. It was so interesting to me because it's my grandmother and I was learning things about her that I never knew so. That alone was fascinating and just the fact that we got into this little studio in Florida Ham. She sat there for a couple of hours and and had the energy to do it. Like a little thing what I kept asking if she wanted him. All of that was was so impressive to me but I couldn't help but wonder if it would be the ad all interesting to anybody else who didn't know her because you know. She's not a celebrity and that in the show we have accomplished Known People Online. Alright so I don't know I still don't know if it if it is going to translate it. It may not for many people I think it might go to hear from. I know she was talking about the things that I saw way back in the day and the the the four line iceman man cometh. It was funny funny. Oh yeah well some things that I didn't know she made up Nell. Oh I didn't know that. She had a brother who died at six months. Her Height didn't know her father had red curly hair. I didn't know how she met. GRANDPA died in no that her mother was basically raised by rich people. I didn't either. I didn't know that her favorite ice cream was coconut pineapple. I mean that's the lesson again. I think everyone should while they're there. elderly relatives are still with us. They should take the time to chronicle not necessarily interview them informal way but ask them these questions ask about their lives while you can and they'd probably really appreciate it. I'm sure I'm just GonNa read you things that That she was born before four. She's born before electric refrigerators. She was born before the pop up toaster. Choose burn before Nathan hand workers. So the first. Nathan's hot dog at Coney Island before we entered World War One before Woodrow Wilson sent troops into Mexico to pursue Pancho via before daylight savings time went into effect. So that's why the world to see the world old through her lens must be and it's amazing. She doesn't text fine but she emails She has a kid can do skype. She knows how to Rent Library. Books onto your kindle kindle. Yeah and she knows how to email. It's really funny. She's so few things on her wall. She's all pictures of like family but very prominently displayed as a a cut out of the newspaper paper from an advertisement for going the distance. This movie I did with Drew Barrymore in town. It's all like yellow now. It's not even liking frame. It's just I tape tapes. It's really sweet and yeah She was very excited to meet drew. I remember when she she may of course be also so I mean Drew Barrymore. That's true my was a fan for grant yeah. She was a fan of her grand uncles. In fact John. Barrymore was the reason. The Term Matinee idol exists at women would When their husbands this is back in the day so that when and they'd go to work women would stay home and they would go to the movies during the day? They go see matinees and they'd see the handsome actors and and John. Barrymore was the first one to whom the term matinee idol was going for him. She's talking about her father coming over and getting seasick on the way from Italy and and and that was a main reason he didn't want to go back and go back home she's like I'm not going back a long. Was it again. It was like ten miles. It was a longtime which not. I don't blame seasick. I'm sure I would too but it made me realize in think about something that I think about often. How unlikely it is for us to be alive? Well for us to be US for us. Yeah Digress I was thinking about it with them but but just think if our great grandfather whom I had a stronger stomach Make let's say and didn't get seasick and had gone back to Italy. We wouldn't be talking right now. I mean it's something that simple and then again. I was reminded of it when she was talking about her husband having the problem with his ear and failing the medical exam not able to world war. Two that very well could have couldn't have caught. That can come the Promo GRANDPA would have not have all these little things along the way that it's a miracle and then you think a medical that we're alive and thinking that way and reminding myself self of miracle always makes me feel so much better and less scared of of like Neil degrasse Tyson saying less scared of. You've not not being alive because it's unlikely that I know are and so just two inch and again yet. Another reason another highlight another another way to amplify like how important it is. That's what I love about these letters like people like. I just want to enjoy this time. I WanNa do what I can. And if that means like getting getting mentally well and going to therapy if that means taking up fucking fly fishing and finding happiness is so yeah idol. uh-huh also interesting fat. I thought you were going to say how the chance that we'd be like Italian review like attempt Italian like rural we wouldn't be Italian Italian countryman. Now we wouldn't we wouldn't be we wouldn't be we wouldn't be. It's just I mean it's that simple. I'll get everything has has to happen in a very specific well. That's why I wonder if again to get back to your first point is this. Is this more interesting selfishly for us because this is about our genesis. I mean this is about. I'm sure I mean specifically but it is definitely more interesting but like is it at all interesting if you're not I don't know well I mean it's interesting to me just like something. Like she was talking about her mother dying at a young age and her father having these three girls post to raise all by himself and he became very very strict and wouldn't let 'em became very protective and wouldn't let Mike is our grandmother. You know do do anything danger remotely dangerous and as a result we see direct results. Our Grandmother had our mother and she instilled that a certain level of in our mother and now in a cause away has resulted in us being scared of ice skating. Yeah it's why it's this is such an interesting topic This is why empathy is important. And like this is sort of like a quirky neurotic. Thing that we have but a deeper more tragic trauma can be passed onto that. They've documented that from the Holocaust we know people are generation who whom it's still affecting this tragedy of people in trauma family gets we'll get passed passed down now. I wonder if like where the fact that we valued to sense of humor or or where somebody's proclivities like you confront like personnels come from his heart. No it's hard to know. She's funny. She's funny the way. She handles telemarketers she. She says she gets it from you but I don't think so. I think that's really clever. where she acts senile one hundred and two year old woman acting senile to outsmart telemarketers? It was one of the best thing I've ever heard. Say it's really hard to beat that. Yeah it was really sad to hear her talk about losing her mom and I realized I never was especially sad because for my entire life grandma has been an old person so I always saw her as someone who has had things figured out and it was settled emotionally with with her issues and soda here her vulnerable and and to hear her talking about a time in her life where shoes young and trying to figure things out and and so hurt by this thing. That happened was really hard to hear. I thought it was really hard for me to hear and kind give joy in a way because I had never seen that vulnerability from her in my life. I don't think that's true. And it completely explained any of her Formerly annoying characteristics like being overly concerned and neurosis It made me see her. Maybe see are much more clearly than ever. Yeah there's so many things that made me laugh at. I don't know if people are going to like I identify with but she's afraid of getting in trouble the law because her father fudged birth certificate by day. She didn't say that someone she's getting in trouble at one hundred I love that. You kinda tricked her into cannot imagine into your shoes. I over not recording a interesting. I gotta say this again opposite Backfire. Backfired I know he's comfortable. Yeah talking about her girlfriend Lou. Her Platonic -irlfriend Ron Lou. Her about emojis. I see them but I don't know how they get there. There's some there's some lines that made me laugh so hard. How about mom getting proposition proposition by uncle? Oh yeah that was news things. I never thought I'd hear from five hundred Alex I I was so curious to know more about that but I don't want to know more about that but that's crazy. I want to know what the proposition why now. I hope it was just like. Do you want to go see a movie when she mis thread it. Yeah maybe back. Then the position meant something different than it means now impose. It was like when gay applied to the town. Fair her talking about dying and She said you know she said in such a simple way and it made me realize she's been wrestling the idea of life and death and religion all these things for over one hundred years and what she had the way she thinks about it is she said you know you've got here you know that you don't know what you've got there right and I feel safer believing the knob leaving..
"grandma" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I know is that it we move to Florida. You move and he lived seven years enjoying Florida. Like nobody I know you moved to Florida in nineteen eighty eighty right nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine. Sorry and he played Golfie went swimming. He went fishing. He did everything they loved it. An any joined everything at the place. He was on the Board Brian. Everything and I just tagged along. They made friends to them. He died and I thought well definitely. Now I'M GONNA. I thought that and here it is thirty two years and I'm still here any. How do you feel about that? I don't know what God wants me to do. Yeah must be some K- I haven't done many this well you know the do you know the name of the show. The name the show is called life is short. Oh I didn't know that. Yeah what's good police for me. Yeah mine awesome too short drive. How does it feel it? I ask you this a lot when people come up to you and make sure that you're one hundred and two. What do people how do people? What is your secret? Yeah I see. I don't think I have a secret. It just tried to do what's right. Well how do what you've been told. Well Yeah but like well there are a couple things I think that contributed to your longevity. You're very curious. You WanNa know a quiz. The titmus doesn't stop. Yes didn't you WANNA go to united to be a teacher when I was a nice school but I was in high school. Women of depression came when my father finally got laid off and then I realized how can I go to college. Daddy won't have any money. Oh Oh so. Do you regret that. Not going yeah. Somebody I know was in the same boat that I was in and she was a teacher and she said well well you know they have helped for people like us. I somebody help to do something and she gets. She went through the school financially. And I said Oh. I didn't no that seat when you don't have a mother. Yeah I mean my father did what he could but we know about that was my mother would have taken care of them and and so she wasn't there. I went to work for the man next door worked in his office. He had precision fabricators after high school. School and I worked there for a while and then I went to Sampson United. Where you met GRANDPA will stay home? Grandma void going into the war because because he wasn't drafted because of his ear condition and that was a condition that almost then kill do well the first couple of weeks that we were home after after we were married he got the awful cold and he couldn't get rid of it and I went through the phone book at the doctors. You know. They're only about two pages of doctors. Finally they found this doctor lowly in the girl said yeah bring them in today so while we were waiting in the waiting room to get in to see the doctor this other guy was sitting there and he's boy. This is the best doctor. And he was the one that did member the Prince of Wales that married that divorcee Wallis Wallis smoker and they sent him to. Dr Lowy was in Budapest or wherever you want. And he operated on him a while so he was very good and so when we got there the nurse the nurse said where you came to the right doctor so we pay I picked. Well Yeah and so in those days it was like just a few dollars and you paid as you walked out and there's no builds no insurance nothing the best actor and and so we stayed with him one day He was real nervous about this year. I don't know if that whole has been growing this past year or for the last forty years so he said the best thing to do is I've got to operate on his ear and and I've got to do it as soon as possible. So he cleaned it all out. You know up until that time your grandfather and two washes ear out every day and then put this cotton here. God and every day he'd take that cap now go stink. Thaw stuff was coming out. Oh my doctor had told his mother as long as the stuff comes out your okay. Oh when it stops coming out then if you're in trouble and that means it was going some. Yeah it's the brace so anyhow. He cleaned him out. So there was no more danger of that going to the abrasive Dr Lowest so you could save his life. Yeah Wow and then when he wanted to retire he chose six names of his list of patients and he asked them to come to the University of Rochester. Once a month whenever they had to come because he wanted to take take care. Take care of your grandma addity. He had his keep seen this and So we thought well we'll be with them a long time. Yeah and Monday he was going home from work and he had a heart attack and died in this car. Oh my God. But he he'd so so loved GRANDPA and that he wanted to. Yeah wow well so I know sorry. We're getting there which where do you have to be?.
"grandma" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Six two thousand in an eight floors and her team start digging up the area next to the twenty three freeway and more parks they dig for five days and Even though their DNA tests taken of the area that showed that Rogers DNA was there around penetrating radar. said there was something buried there and of course the logs showed they couldn't find anything and if they kept on digging they were going to have to shut down. The freeway could have been like you know five fucking feet off. That's what's like such a bummer. So frustrating and because this guy Essentially be they're commissioned down the freeway so the so the dig is called off and there's something so especially sinister the fact that he this. This was the plan all along because when when he was working on this freeways basically he would time his murders knowing that they were about to go do now Basically be building these things things so yeah the night before he would go dig the hole and then put his his murder victims in these graves and then the next day it would all get covered over by cement and freeways pets the creepiest thing. I've ever it's so it's like the the original freeway killer Miller story where it's like just bad vibes like that's what this is all a bad down here. That's what this fucking creepy road rage. E arrows it was it was all rule that rural back. Then yes and like it was all families trying to come out here and make a difference and you know. Make their away. Isn't it wasn't Hollywood Renault. And it's just it's crazy it's it's so not So a sad is. That isn't ends unsatisfying. That is basically shut down the freeways who cares you find those remain. Yeah it's basically red tape. It's Dr Happen. What's cool in lovely and small but still important is that Roger's sister came and she got to leave flowers next to basically the excavation invasion area where they were trying to find him and they The police who are standing by and the CAL Trans Employees. Everybody like remove their hats and had a moment one of silence for Roger Madison and his loss of life and then they basically had to cover it all over so despite his claims. No one I believe that. Of course Mac Edwards went dormant for twelve years between Brenda Hal. And Don Baker's double murder and Gary roaches murderer So Weston Dewalt. Vivian Flora's many lapd cold case. Detectives continue to this day try linking Mac Edwards movements and personal time line with all the cold cases cases of missing and murdered children in southern California and that is the deeply disturbing and little known story of macrey Edwards L. as least known serial killer of children clan. Who Knew is net? Fuck let a crazy story. Yeah good job thank you it gets. It's me in so many ways. He's the owner. He lets everybody ride their horses Johnathan. Hammering he's molesting murdering piece of shit he also they eventually you know as they dug up all these Files and everything before he left Arkansas. He had molested a girl. It was probably the reason that he left and came out. Yeah so it's like he's just got the longest track record. It's just so and what a perfect place to come to when you're like in a small town in Arkansas That you get run out of because you're molesting someone you go to. La where it's like. It's a big sprawling. You know anonymous city yet. That's growing wing. Yeah gotta be. The freeway aspect is so chilling and also the way he did it where somehow he was able to Get in and out of these places unseen an unnoticed. He's like just kind of the master of that thing where however he did it and the idea yeah. The Tommy Bowman was crying when he was walking. That's a man was behind him. Clearly he knew how to very quickly like win the favor of and then intimidate. HSA Or is it a time and a place where you mind your own fucking business and so no one is noticing these things and it's just a kid crying and upset and I don't think I mean Dad yes none of your business right. It was so long before like this is so much stuff. Yeah Stranger danger. It's pre- The everything where it's like. You could hit your kids. You could hit your neighbors kids. Everybody gets hit. Yeah every TV errors. No one gets looked out for kids are out hiking being alone. I mean he wasn't but you know is that it was the time where he was just like. Sure if you want to go off and wander around for awhile sure do. Yeah just just didn't know we didn't know polite to adults and and assume that if somebody you know whether it's owns horses or goes to church or whatever is like everyone's buying everybody else's mask just a hundred percent right and like sounds good if you're a man of a job Bob and your blue collar and on your nice yeah. No one's children camping. Great good job. Thank you that that I need to put something in Google similar and get a story like that because I was fucking. Yeah pater yeah really was holding. It was horrible. It was Dorsal Ursel. Peter the worst of all Peter's but also it said the thing where you I always think I've heard everything. Yeah you're of course not. There's so much terrible shit out there so much and we promise we'll bring it to you a second find out about it. We almost one hundred episodes. Can you believe that we have to do a a good one for a two hundred Stephen. Just do it everything we've ever had to do. What was the other day of compilation of the like one word from every episode Stephen? I know you're busy Stephen. If we're GONNA do it two hundred episode of we just do like a great moment from every of Georgia goes sorry. Sorry sorry I'm from Canada. How Oh oh yeah? I don't know I just wanted to. He's kind of running exactly rights audio engineering kind of producing juicing five other podcasts right now simultaneously as well as several pilots But yeah no that's not gonNa work out what's your I'm into and do you have a cigarette cigarette gesture to Georgia with Dan. It was pretty fabulous. This is like meal in Grammar school another way to get a little attention pretend to smoke as a child it's paid dirt pay dirt so funny Do Do you have a secondary. I'm sure I do. Okay I guess my fucking array is like a future fucking array like. I can't wait to step onto that plane tomorrow. Hell yeah thank. Our all. Can't wait and like so. My therapist is like you have to do five positives every day. I can't think cold you can Ireland fucking air. I can't it's GONNA be Christmas Eve over there and shit which we're going to eat the best fucking food. Yeah we're GONNA have all the time on the airplane to work. That's terrible terrible. It's just going to be great. I'm really I'm really looking forward to this trip. And then the three of us are going to fuck in Barcelona. Yes the last three days just to have A. We're calling it a work retreat. It's a company retreats right. I can't wait it's going to be one. We're GONNA eat so much I love it. You you know that the company retreat is me laying in your bed in your hotel room. That's being more top Get Him for you. Just give me four hours I'm so happy to hear you say that because you know by the end of our sp the fuck into into winter spring tour which really was just the entire first half of twenty nine thousand nine hundred. It really felt like neither of US ever wanted to do it ever again. Dan was so you know it was long. It was consistent. It was whatever so. I'm glad I'm glad that you know took enough time off that this is actually like ea ea you too because it is so fun An exciting I think mine is I I definitely want to piggyback on that because I am truly so excited and but I'll but also today so I of course leave everything last minute today in between six other things that I'm supposed to do I ran to macy's just to get some tights and what have you actually get using But as I was standing there in line which was very long and I started my head. Ed basically like as if I'm on the phone going can you please hire more people. Yes the holidays. There's like it's one o'clock in the afternoon and that were eight deep here the law in the laundry section as But instead of doing Nazi kind of trying to My my thing that I'm working working on now. Thank you Tara. Brach is just awareness of what you're thinking so that you can change your thought patterns so if I'm standing there and my habit is mentally mentally yell at people maybe just put the pause on that and see what's actually happening around meet that could be enjoying instead of being in my thoughts negatively. Okay and I'm standing. I realize I'm standing next to a huge display of pajamas. And they're they kind of cozy and they're like flannel red plaid pajamas. Yeah so I start touching like I you want Flynn on red pepper. Plenty Janice out of nowhere. This lady comes around the corner goes. I got pajamas. Just like that for my grandchildren. They all matched. We took took a picture. It was the greatest. She starts telling me some story prize. GRANDMA GRANDMA WHO had no there was not even it was as as if I told her. Could you meet me here at one. Talk Talk about this wish. I had a story about these pajamas and then boom around the corner and I realize when I'm not in my ahead projecting and making problems or trying to work through problems. I'm the kind of person people walk up to until random. Yes okay one hundred percent sent it can keep myself present. Okay and that is I have to remind myself. I love that the way she told me that story. And as as if it was vital information to know that was going to help me decide whether or not it was going to get these pajamas I was just like yes and then she can get as she walked away all they. I wasn't thinking of them really for me as it was conceptual. But I was like Cham- Christmas. My sister always gets me pajamas and slippers at the best fucking gifts for people. Everybody always needs. It's an wants the best always but as she walked away she goes. I don't know what I'm GonNa do this year and then I yell after her like you can beat it. You can do do it if you did it last year. You can do this year. It's like it was the funniest moment so anyway it was just a little reminder like open yourself up to surprise grandma's us. Yes because that's the that is the stuff of life. Yeah it's not the satisfaction you get yelling at people because there's not enough people working at the the counter. That doesn't give me anything. It's me entirely just mental. Yeah we're of like being mad or or stay in Missouri Anal Glands and Shit like no. It doesn't do anything and also it's just like an. I'm lucky enough to be here shopping in place you're going to get to the front of the line at some point. Yes you might talk to us. I'm really obsessed with praise. Grandma is kind of the greatest because also they're all around us. But if you're not if I am not paying attention and if I need to feel I like the way I control. The world is pre argue everything so the arguments ready. It's I'm ruining my own. Good time. Okay and I and I think I'm getting okay. Okay at trying to keep it in mind but like especially on this trip. Yeah that's when you need to do it the most because I if somebody lights yes and used anticipate this is going to be bad in. It's like no no no. These are all charities to have surprised grandma moments. I love it Oh my God. That's it right it's answer delay So let's let's all we'll keep our surprise grandma diary for our back and tell these stories all right. I'll see you at lax tomorrow and we'll do it with. We'll have a goes rides grandma satirize grandma come out wherever you were awesome love it love it. Love it fucking thanks for listening guys. We appreciate you so much. I was at a bar our last night and this crying girl came up to me freaking out and said I just got dumped but see. I'm seeing I ran into you and it made my night. Oh shoes so sweet. That's such a nice thing for such shitty for like fuck him. I'm so happy to meet you and your friends are all around you. It said to look up your murdering our friends here. Yes such a Rad community. You know as you say that. Sorry but I just had one where I walked into the starbucks. I was actually just walking. came out of the starbucks and a girl was walking in and she had the moment as we were passing the doorway where she went and I stopped stopped and I was like Yep and then she didn't know what to.
"grandma" Discussed on Storynory
"Wicked uncle and grandma's skip grandma was eighty five years old. She still lived on her own quite joint independently. Though she had stopped driving the car when she'd reached eighty in a moment of weakness she had confessed to the doctor that she occasionally had dizzy spells when she could not remember what her name was what country she lived in. He prescribed pills for mild epilepsy and ordered her to give up her driving. At first she refused but the doctor insisted saying it wasn't safe for other motorists therefore she had no choice but to surrender her license which she deeply regretted. What difference does it make what country in she asked her family. I could still see where I'm going but which side of the road where you're driving on US Jeremy her grandson he's question was totally innocent because he knew that people in France drive on the right side of the road while in England India and Australia they drive on the left wbt but grandma took the comment as mockery correct side of course she replied and then turning to her son and she said I blame you for your children impertinence. Yes mom said Nigel softly he he was actually a very good Sunday his aged mother and visited her regularly with her grandchildren. Grandma did not seem to realize that her son was a grown-up while they were having tea she asked him. Have you cleared out your room yet. Yes mom he replied. I pleaded out thirty five years ago. When I was living here exactly she snapped thirty. Five years is way too too long to leave your junk lying around in your room. You and your brother should have him to tout decades ago. I want everything done by next Tuesday. Jenny and Edward coming to stay there. Not It's going to benefit all this year so I invited them over here for a good rest. I they will need some wet. Put their clothes. Jenny was jeff and Nigel's cousin. Don't you might suppose that grandma. My was a complete one off. Jenny so resembled her and was even named after her. That uncle Jeff said that she must be a clone she was married to Edward Johnson. A man of few words Jeff and Nigel could not recall him ever finishing a sentence off the tee. Nigel went upstairs to look at the room that he had shared with Jeff many years ago it was in the converted attic a handful full of their things were still there like the now vintage train set and the James Bond Aston Martin toy car with an object to seat and a pop shield on the back window and spikes that came out of the wheels. If we only kept the books it would be really valuable able now he thought with cy but most of the junk that was lying around had nothing to do with Nigel and Jeff over the years all all sorts of unwanted objects had been caused into their room. He counted seventeen suitcases enough old do who've as to fit out a hotel if they had not been full of dust mites nine electric fan heaters twenty three dusty untorn lamp shades to broken umbrellas four chamber pots ten sleeping bags thirty two Pez of shoes heaps of old clothes and an old chest that was heavily carved however the chest was not don't junk in fact he recalled his dad's saying that it was Elizabethan he opened the lid and foued something even more special his late father's army uniforms and medals. Nigel and JEFF'S DOT had served in World War. Two he had been particularly really proud of his dress uniform that he had worn on parade when he was commissioned as an officer at the military academy cooled Sandhurst Nigel took out the jacket and muffled how small it was his father had been very slight in build when he was a young man although he it was considered to be rather dashing and photo showed him posing with various mystery young women in uniform and then he opened wind up a little box and found his dad's prized Burma stom- metal one for fighting in the Far East with an outfit of crack jungle warfare. I soldiers called the Chin dates and he was the Chinden. It's blue insignia with a golden dragon. These were precious things this representing an important part of Family History Nigel folded his father's uniform lovingly and put it back in the chest on the way downstairs. Grandma cooled out. Where is the RIM empty yet not yet said Nigel. There's an awful lot of stuff to throw out Carl Jenny Edwards sleep in the spare room impossible said grandma the curtains don't match the new bedcovers well in that case will come back later in the week said Nigel. Oh schoon grandma fat chance but Nigel being a good son took Tuesday off work to clear out his old room up and down the stairs. He went faring stuff out to the car. Grandma insisted on inspecting every broken lampshade. He made several trips to the town dump before starting on the dusting vacuuming eventually he came down and said writer mom Hobie off now. Ready always leave a job half done. She complained sorry. Sorry but I've got to run. Listen I planned on evening out to the theater and supper together typical said grandma suppose you're sweets certain light. Put you up to this. That was how she mockingly referred to Liz when he had settled into the driver's seat of his car. Nigel hastily fumbled to turn off his phone before his aged mother could call him back. It was ringing. He pressed the off button. He side side. At least he could look forward to the weekends when he was flying off with listen the kids for a holiday in Egypt a week later he had almost forgotten that.
"grandma" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"grandma" Discussed on Storynory
"Katie's grandma at school dedicated to Nellie katie's. Grandma was celebrating a very special birthday. She was one hundred years old. Yes, you heard that right one hundred. It's a big round number, but these days more and more people are ripening to that grand old age. Katie made a huge carrot and pumpkin seed cake and placed one hundred Campbell's on it. While the family sign, happy birthday grandma was on the point of snapping her fingers to snuff out the blaze with magic. But before she could do that, katie's mum held her hand and said. No mother. You have got to use your path you up blessed indeed to have plenty laughed. So grandma spent ten minutes blowing out all one hundred candles when they were all drinking tea. Katie sat on the floor by her grandma's chair and asked, what were you like when you might grandma squinted her eyes and said, well, I wasn't so different from you. Dear. Did you go to school? Asked Katie. And did you have to pretend to be normal without any magic Powis? Oh, yes. Said grandma by parents were very strict about me not doing any magic at school. In those days, you could get into an awful lot of trouble for being a witch. It was still against the law. What was your school like asked Katie. It was a school with a very good reputation. Said grandma, a boarding school. I was very fortunate to go there or so. My parents told me, although we were not that well off, I won a scholarship and my uncle who made money, importing magic spices helped out with the expenses. Oh, do tell me what it was like begged Katie. Did you like boarding? Not very much, said grandma. I missed my mother and father, but if you insist all tell you the whole story one day when they're on so many people around Katie was extremely eager to hear the story of grandma schooldays when grandma had had chance to recover from all the celebrations. She talked round to house. This is what rand Maher told Katie the school within a large country house with extensive grounds. Most of the girls arrived by steam train. But my mother and I flew by broomstick we had to travel by night was not to be seen, and I accidentally landed in a haystack when I arrived at the school in the morning, the first thing may consent to me was what's this girl? Did you sleep in a haystack? I wondered if she could read minds, but in fact, all that attack happened was that she had spotted a piece of straw in my hair, which was docking Tang Li like yours by the way. Most of the other goals were crying because they did not want to leave their mothers. I was strong though because I knew I had a tiny crystal ball in the heel, my shoe and in an absolute emergency, I could call home no ever go had that chance. In those days, we could write letters, but they were censored by the headmistress mother kissed me goodbye and told me that the twelve weeks of Thome would flypast as fast as Phoenix as soon as she left. Everyone started calling me by my family name which was white. There was some goals who had titles like lady or the honorable miss so-and-so. The teaches cooled them by their surnames to, but never harshly just to show that they understood they were from the top draw. Suit, speak. Eighteen lessons. We had to learn a lot of things by heart, such as the names of all the rivers in England Wales. Fortunately, I was used to learning long spells, so I was good at that. I picked up French and Latin easily. For the same reason. Maths was my weakest subject because, well, we would choose don't use logic so much. Now world. Two plus two does not necessarily make fool, and that's a disadvantage for mental arithmetic. With the other girls snooty grandma asks Katie. Well, some of them came from very well to do families. They had way of letting you know it was quite subtle. They just spoke to you in a tone that was slightly full moon cold to make it clear that friendship
"grandma" Discussed on Z100
"My, grandma on fire Can you explain that to Yeah just turned out to be a. Little bit of cooking accident Yeah Two nights. One. Horrible, oh my, gosh. Grandma. Okay grandma. Is. Okay grandma is. Home grandma is all bandaged up and she is doing. Great Look we we don't. Mean. To make fun, of. Grandma. But I. Think. That's a great. Idea for a show Oops I said grandma on fire All right Hi. Thank you Well Oops I sit grandma on fire Episodes do you think you could have? Of? Many. Grandma's. To choose from Hello Elaine If you're on. TV this weekend what show would you be on I would be on shark cage I'm trying to. Get my business started on? A veteran thinking that I? Get funded microloans really easy and now? What is your what. Is, your. Your business you're trying to start a micrograms business I love micro greens? Yeah Micro greens. Well you know it's a new way of eating grease was different types of lettuces and things that. Are very small right oh? Yeah they're they're a little? Bit bigger than sprouts and they're really. Nutritious that tens of. Flavor The sprout business. Hydroponics you grow them right there next to. Your pot okay kidding no sprouts I mean people are eating more sprouted. Vegetables, than ever, before writing lane there really the new thing not a new thing but a big thing and vegetables, they're? Starting to, do that a lot more but my what's, great about them is because they're pastor sprouting They're safer for, you to eat trysofi micro greens. Or anything this weekend that's look in your. Stores will be sprouting up all over town before you know Don't forget. To watch skier at his show this weekend extreme makeover homely addition All right thank you for listening. Good luck, with that Wanted to send. A text. They're going to be. On American horror story That's a good weekend That's.
"grandma" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"That was my favorite what is so of the repetitive graham grandma says he wants to make like a song like mic auto tune that shit auto tune grandma oh grandma you miss me grandma grandma jail d you put on the breath i just love it you know he like i sounded like a grandma grandma i can't stop this is so funny and your the way you answered copy about mine that was so much funnier than i ever expected it to me at i'm so like adamant it out the part where he goes hold on what did he call ward in or something officer hold on office i'm talking to my grandma there's like dogs barking in the background like he's in his kitchen and apparently he was trying to reach a lay lame but i think you intercepted a link attention attention literally scam so really you're doing the lord's workout and i got to record it all that is a win i hope they call i hope somebody scams me tries to know god willing other trod esus smiley your art setting my archenemy you don't usually answer winslet's call you but like when you have the lesion people just that record that or what are these all recordings when you in fact i even got another fun look and this is one where i understand that you know you gotta just like call as many people as you can but the leukemia foundation called me and it was a one of those robots but it sounded like a real person and then they were like giving me the whole pitch about canada donate and bubble ball and i was like oh no you know we are donating to another life of right now and i and i said like the wrong thing that didn't match what the recording is used to hearing their like used to getting es or no it was like well thank you for their time and no and i was like that was a fucking recording and remember when we talked about the study i was i had shared about being duped by robots and how we feel really crappy about the interaction violated i felt that and i was like man if it were a real person and he could've kept me on the line i probably would have donated if he were like oh well you know it's really nice that you have chosen do this like anything you can spare would be great like even just a couple of dollars okay we'll i can give you like five bucks whatever yeah but it was a robot and then i felt violated and i was like well never giving them screw everybody wow so i it was like full circle with what we talk about on here well hopefully these people coming back hopes to i love it okay one more thing before we go i wanted to talk about i read an article about infidelity in the article was sort of like almost making the point that like monogamy is unnatural where did you read this article was it in the new yorker or the atlantic if it was old alantic than i've read it too it might have been might have been the new yorker one of the other let's face it right figure this one i read was from like a year ago it might have been though because they always like re up yeah so what was the one you read it was kind of not as bad as we think it is like an hippy kind of like a catalyst for change in relationship or even sometimes as long to real yeah probably was same but it was like talking about how animals aren't minimus there's only a couple that i write them down i didn't they were funny ones they are real cute penguins one weren't even birds down stuff whereas like i can't believe we're trying to do this but i hear that monogamy is very important for humans to exist because of our young being helpless being as they need a very long time where the mom and the baby are together yeah and because of that you need somebody else there to take care of the needs of the mom while she's taking care of the into the baby it's true because most animals are born with way more ability than like even you look at monkeys and the baby the babies are able to cling to the mom should in fact that she's mobile exit that the males role is more like protection and so you know it i.