35 Burst results for "HO"

Hong Kong to ban CBD, label it a 'dangerous drug'

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Hong Kong to ban CBD, label it a 'dangerous drug'

"Starting Wednesday, Hong Kong will consider CBD oil a dangerous drug. Supporters of the marijuana derived CBD say it can treat a range of ailments, including anxiety and users don't get high, but starting February 1st, CBD oil will be illegal in Hong Kong and officials like Chan Kai Ho of Hong Kong's customs airport command say there will be harsh penalties for possession, including up to life in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. For the long run we have to conduct educations to let the people know that CBD is kind of like dangerous drugs. They are in a lot of cocaine. Hong Kong announced the ban last year, and officials say businesses that have sold products that contain CBD have had months to get rid of those products. I'm Donna water

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In tornado-ravaged Selma, prayers of thanks

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

In tornado-ravaged Selma, prayers of thanks

"After tornadoes ravaged Selma, Alabama last Thursday, church members are raising prayers for the lives spared and for lives lost elsewhere. The reverend David Nichols told his Selma congregation, there was still much to be grateful for as he held Sunday services on the lawn amid debris from a tornado that hit the cross point Christian church. Mercy in the middle of the storm. At the blue gene Selma church, pastor bob Armstrong told parishioners what he told business owner Mel gilmer, who was inside his one story brick building on broad street when the roof was torn off. He's not done. Church's anchored the community for many in this historic city that played an integral part in the civil rights movement, the reverend Martin Luther King Jr. led a 1965 voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery from brown chapel AME church now led by the reverend Leo's strong. My hos us to see that we need really need each other even more. I'm Jennifer King

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"And those are guys that I've spent years hanging out with on Saturdays. I can not picture one of those guys doing that. Who are these 13% guys? I mean, do it whatever, whatever rings your bell. I mean, it's fine. You know, I don't know what they're guys who think that it's just an article of clothing, you know? What difference does it make? What it's made out of or what we call it. You know what would happen? You know what happened to me? Here's what would happen to me. I read this article and I'm going, jeez, I wonder, I wonder what the appeal is. She's out of town, let me, let me put on a pair of her panties. And then I go to get some dog food or something at the store and I get in an accident. Seriously. You know the nurses are all saying you know that you know that radio guy down there. I just checked him in. On the days that you wear your wife's underwear, you can not go anywhere you have to stay home. Yeah, that's right. You got to plan ahead and you have to stay home. I'm going to write that down. Make a note of that to put that in. It's pop and sherry. It's the stuff we wouldn't shouldn't do on the regular show. The odd cast. Podcast on the free bob and sherry app. Max sent me this really interesting story about how nostalgia is now taking over the grocery store. People in the last year went wild for throwback snacks that go all the way back to your childhood and depending on if you're like a millennial or Gen Z or a boomer, going back to your parents childhood. So you want to hear some of these? The number one, the number one snack that really had a moment are Drake's rangings. I didn't even know they still made ring dings. And they still made ding dongs, but I didn't know that. Right. They still made ring dings. So what's the difference between ring dings and ding dongs? I'm not really sure because they seem to me to be both chocolate cake filled with white creamy frosting and dipped in chocolate wax. I think they're exactly the same. I think that one of them came first and the another company said, ah, boy, they're making some money with these ring ding things. What a stupid name. Let's find an even stupider name and make some money. Let's call them ding dongs. Ding dongs. You know, when I was when max sent me this and I was reading it, I had this epiphany. I realized that as a child, all of my conception of wealth, like anytime I thought about, oh, these people are rich, or this is what it's like to be rich. It was always food. It was always. Is that right? Wow. So basically, I never thought about clothes or cars or cars or anything like that. But the kids who came to who brought their lunch from home to school and had ring dings and Ho hos and pop tarts and waiting. The champagne of childhood beverages, you who. You people got you. That's right. You got Ho Ho and you who money? That's money. And the idea like every once in a while, there was this one kid and I just assumed that their parents were fabulously wealthy because this kid would get on the school bus in the morning with a whole package of pop tarts and a yo hoo. Breakfast of champions. Right in your face. When I grow up, I'm getting rich. And I'm going to live on nothing, but Ho hos and pop tarts and yohoo. I won't have any teeth, but yeah. That didn't come to pass, but I do have all my teeth. Okay, so here's the next one. Many powdered sugar donuts. Huge moment. Really? 2022. Hostess individually wrapped coffee cakes. Oreo cakesters. Now this is this doesn't seem like it should be nostalgic because it was only launched in 2007, but then they discontinued it in 2012 and people lost their mind because that's what humanity really gets into revolution mode for is when you give us the Oreo cakesters and then you take your cakesters back. So they've come back out. General Mills released all their monster cereals in like special packages and then brought back the vintage boxes, count chocula, frankenberry, blueberry, fruit. An unbelievable surge in sales. Do you think the reason for this was COVID, we were in the house so much more and not going out to restaurants and missing the good old days. I think we want to come back, that's what I think. That's what I want to comfort. Smucker's uncrustables, which I have, oh my God, no, smucker's uncrustables. It's a frozen peanut butter and jelly sandwich. White bread. And it's shaped. It's got kind of crimped around the edges. It gives you all of the fabulous Gourmet pleasure of undercooked pie crust and creamy peanut butter. But here's one, oh man, this was rich people food when I was a kid. Drake's yodels. Do you remember what a yodel is? It's different from a ding dong of ring ding or a Ho Ho. You know it sounds fancier, doesn't it? You know, effective immediately lets all, just let's stop calling ourselves bob and sherry max and Doc. Bigger ding and Ho Ho. Max, do you want to be yodel or ring ding? Sure, you don't want to be Ho Ho. Yeah, I was going to say. And you wouldn't, you know what, Tony would say, listen, man, I hate to tell you, but she has girl. She can not be Ho Ho. Your Ho Ho. I don't want to be told. It is what it is. How about maybe Doc can be dunkaroo? Because Dunkaroos are back. 3D Doritos, barbecued fritos, enemies, chocolate chip cookies, all the nostalgic snacks are back. I'm telling you, I'm telling you right now, if we could do it all over again. If we had the courage, we should have called ourselves ding dong and hobo. I would be cleared on more radio stations, way more. If we were ding dong and Ho Ho, we'd be retired right now. We would be. That's right. That's right. And we'd have laughed all the way to the bank, ding, dong. And the newspaper on our retirement would say, ding dong and Ho Ho who gets the last laugh now. And there would be a picture of us like on our yacht or something. Boy, we screwed up. We're so stupid. All right. Everyone needs a laugh. Comedian. Jared byers next. It's Bobby sherry. Everyone needs to laugh is brought to you by HelloFresh. Use code bob and cherry 22 at HelloFresh dot com slash bob and sherry's 22. It's time for everyone needs a laugh. Here's comedian Jerry Myers. iPhone people here. iPhone people where you at. Yeah. Okay, listen, this is the Holy Grail. All right? If you have an iPhone, you have a function on your phone called AirDrop. And if you don't know, you can send any photo you want to somebody else who has AirDrop on, right? Oh, don't get weird on me.

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Washington Is Not Going to Change Washington

Mark Levin

01:18 min | Last month

Washington Is Not Going to Change Washington

"They're going to have a speaker They're going to have all these great rules Everybody's going to say this is fantastic Here we are And it certainly is a very good thing in many respects But not a lot is going to change Because you have McConnell in the Senate Schumer is the majority leader and Biden is going to executive orders like he's like he's Ho Chi Minh Those of you who have understood the convention of states movement and understand the entire purpose realize this That ultimately the changes are not going to come out of Washington I understand what members of Congress are excited about a 72 hour rule or this number of people on the committee and that number of people I got it But it's not going to be the be all in the end all that being suggested to you either Washington is not going to change Washington

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Productively Paranoid: Here’s how Kraken celebrated Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Kraken Blog

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Productively Paranoid: Here’s how Kraken celebrated Cybersecurity Awareness Month

"3 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Productively paranoid, here, S Ho crack and celebrated cybersecurity awareness month. We at kraken believe that driving global crypto adoption relies on a solid cybersecurity framework in order to protect our clients financial freedom. It's why our motto is security above everything. It's also why we commemorate cybersecurity awareness month each October. This year, we celebrated. The post productively paranoid hay race, how crack and celebrated cybersecurity awareness month appeared first on kraken blog

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"At the bobbin sherry show, we love a good cater day photo. And we want to post your kitty best friend on our Instagram. Just send us a photo of your furry friend, or you and your furry friend, and you could see them on our socials. Plus, you could pick up some great swag, including a surprise catnip toy from doctor pussy and your very own bob and cherry photo frame. Just submit your picks to bob and cherry dot com on the contest tab. Every day is cater day. From doctor pussy and bob and sherry. The fun size podcast, a shareable taste of the show at our website for the free free bob and cherry app. In other words for app where people go and they tell secrets they confess things anonymously, like get it off their chest, right? Yeah, yeah. So to read some of them. I cruise whisper every couple of weeks or so. And there was a series of posts, male escorts revealed the truth about their job. And I thought, oh, well, let me see what this is. I'm not going to read all of them, but there was a couple of them that I thought were interesting. This one guy said, I'm a male escort client's husband came home from out of town early. This led to me running down his driveway naked while being shot at. Wow. I don't know what you're getting paid, but it just doesn't seem to justify it. This next one, this is the one to remember if you forget everything else. This is the one to remember. Sky post it. After spending two years as a male escort to board rich women in Scottsdale, I learned a painfully simple truth. Women just want to feel appreciated. That's it. Every woman, I know. Would agree with that. Every single one. That's all. Can we just, can we just feel a little bit appreciate it? Now, this next one is a whole nightmare. I'm a male escort. I was recently contacted by a prospective client who turned out to be my high school girlfriend's mom. Hello misses David's. It doesn't sound like as soon as they saw each other that the I don't think the deal got done. Nope. No, I think because he was like, no, absolutely no. This next one is, I'm a male escort, but not a person you hire for sex. I make my clients feel loved and want it. And sometimes I help them get back on their feet. Because women need that more than sex. So you got a woman who's gone through maybe a bad divorce, maybe she's just in a tough spot, she's not feeling. So great. I mean, we up all kind of been there. And he, like, he's like a self esteem male escort. Here we go. I think those exist with women, too. Who are sex workers? I'm sure. Probably. Yeah. Yeah. Isn't it interesting that the guys are called male escorts, but the women over the years have been called much harsher things. Oh, I wonder why that is. Um, let me think. That's a pattern we don't see anywhere else in society. I remember watching the HBO documentary series. It was called real sex. I don't think they do it anymore. You can still see it sometimes on demand or whatever. They did a series of episodes on the bunny ranch, which is the legal brothel in Nevada. It's not in Las Vegas, max helped me out. Is it like in Carson battery? No, the bunny ranch is in, oh, good lord. Reno, it's not big. It's not Vegas. And it's a thing about prostitution. It's legal anywhere in Nevada unless your local jurisdiction doesn't want it, and most local jurisdictions don't. Don't. So the guy that ran the bunny ranch is, I don't remember his last name, but his first name was Dennis. Dennis hofs, there you go. He died about two years ago. One of the episodes of this series that I saw really focused on how there are regular customers clients who come who came to the bunny ranch. And they were really there for a rowdy hookup they would see the same female worker every single time. And some of these men had one of them I remember because it was so poignant. He was a veteran who'd been injured in the line of duty. And he just he just had a lot of he lived with a lot of pain and he was self conscious about his injuries and there were some things that he just couldn't really do anymore, but he would come to the bunny ranch and they call it, you know, we're having a party. And he would this woman they would laugh together and take all the time that was needed and he was like, I don't apologize to anyone for this. This is what I want. And then the camera goes back on the owner of the bunny ranch who talked about how this is why this should be legal because there are all kinds of people in the world who have all kinds of different needs and who are any of us to judge. It was really, it was really a poignant, very moving episode with that dentist dude in the Bonnie ranch. Which was not. I would have been the absolute worst customer at the bunny ranch. Because as I understand the women line up and you select one, I'd be spending all this time going, I'm so sorry I didn't, I didn't choose you. I mean, your lovely really are. You know what? It's me. You know, I'm just what a nut I am. And my taste would be at the door. They'd say, never let this man in. No, it's even worse by the time you gotta put down apologizing to all the women in your time will be up and you my time to build home. Yeah, yeah. Myself. So there you go. And once again, the name of that app if you're nosy like I am when you lick to mind other people's business, it's the whisper app. It's bob and sherry. Hey, thank you so much for listening to the bob and cherry podcast and the bob and sherry podcast, we would love if you would subscribe, rate and review and share it with a friend on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, wherever you go, and thank you again for listening. From celebrity gossip to dance challenges and Internet memes, host Brittany spanos and EJ Dixon ask don't let this flop. So Adam Levine allegedly cheated on his Victoria's Secret model wife, body Priscilla. I mean, I'm not surprised. There's no looking at that man's face and being like, that's a loyal husband. Adam Levine. That's a man who unloads the dishwasher. Yeah, that's a man who is able to provide emotional support to any woman he's with. No way. Don't let this flop. Wherever you listen.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:32 min | 4 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Know what I you know I know a little bit about that song. You wanna hear about it? I read this somewhere. That song was released by a group called the tokens and they'd had a couple of hits and New York City band I think. And they recorded that song and the guy who's the lead singer hated it and he said, I don't think we should release that song. If you're gonna release it, make it the B side. In other words, they hit side. And it was released and this jockey's around the country went, oh no, no, no, no. This is the hit side. And they started playing it. And even though the record company didn't really want it as the a side. And it went to number one. That song is so infectious. Disney, Disney stole it for The Lion King, probably 25 years after the thing was released. That's how powerful that song is. I just don't know how you don't listen to those kids singing that with a giant smile on your face. And watching their joy in singing it. That's the thing that I loved about that. I can't wait for y'all to see it. I'm sending it over to the bob and sharing Facebook right now coming up the true story of America's first ghost hunter. Happy spooky season. It's bob and sherry. If so bob and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast. Podcasting. Podcast. With stuff we wouldn't couldn't or shouldn't do on the regular show. We're kicking off spooky season and on this odd cast, we're gonna tell you a tale about a vampire, a real vampire. The vampire of Hanover. The bob and sherry off air podcast. The odd cast. We got a big podcast to do here. Get it now on the free bobbin cherry app, bob and sherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. Bob and sherry books swag and the mother of all mothers merch. Just hit shot at bob and cherry dot com. So I read in Business Insider, which is an online publication that is about everything except business as we've said before. They found out that just about a third of Americans would rather go to the dentist and have their teeth drilled. Stand in line at the DMV or spend the night in the local jail. Then have to call customer service of any business in America. And I read in my laugh at first and I'm thinking, well, that can't be possible, especially spending the night. And then I thought of the last time I called the company and what happened to me. And I think I'd almost rather spend the night in jail. It was the whole afternoon. It was something I forget exactly what I was calling. It was something to do with a financial services company that I was dealing with. And I was calling to see if I think about check had processed. And so you call up and you go, thank you for calling financial services. In order to get you to the right people, please tell us a little bit about why you're calling. And I say, I'm calling because I want to make sure my account is up to date. Okay, you're calling to make sure that you are able to contact a mortgage broker. Press one or you are interested in financial aid. Press two. And they go down and there's four, and none of them are yours. And then you go, no, representative. Okay, representative and then they go through the same four options. And they're not what you want. And so you wait for the whole thing again, then you go representative. Well, by now, they've given up and they say, let's get you to a representative. And I'm like, all right, we're going to get a representative. Representative comes on. Yes, may I help you? Yeah. Yeah, I want to make sure that the check cleared that I sent. Okay. Let me get you to the right person. After I've already given them my name, my address, my phone number, my social security, everything. I've already given them, they're going to send me over to the next person. And the next person they come on, and here's what you hear. Hello is this mister Obama? Yes, this is mister Bobby. Okay, I am here to help you, mister Bobby. Could you tell me your name and your address? I just gave it to your associate. Mister Bobby, I will need to have it here. My name is mister Bobby. I live here. My social security number that you can sell is blah, blah, blah, and this is my phone number. Okay, mister Bobby, I want to get you to the right department. I thought you were the right department. Noah must have Bobby. I am not. And you get sent away again. And then I swear to God, they said, mister Bobby, have you tried to do this online? Yes, but there's not a dropdown for it. There is not a dropdown. Oh, that is bad, mister buddy. And I am online with these people after having hold for 55 to 64 minutes. And I'm still not getting no satisfaction. American businesses will do anything not to have a person on their payroll answering questions. It's just they just don't, even when they farm it out to India, we're seemingly a lot of this goes. They don't want you to talk to somebody live. I guess it's just that expensive, you know? I guess it just costs that much to have somebody that you have to pay. It's maddening. I've never been to jail. I mean, I've visited family in jail and prison, but I've never actually been incarcerated. We all have other shows. There are a handful of things that I would rather spend a night in jail than do. And one of them is what you're describing. The worst is when you, for me, it's when my Internet goes out and I have to call the cable company and they ask me for the last four digits of my account number and because I have all of you on my account, I never know which number to give them. And then they want me to give them a four digit security code, which I have written down in sharpie on my laptop, but apparently it's never the right one. Apparently, there's a four digit code for every account. So now I've got four numbers written in sharpie on my computer that are incorrect. And then I don't know I'm hitting the I don't know, but I don't know button. And then I get in line with the representative who asks me all of the same questions again. And again, I do not have the numbers. So one day when it was a slow news day around here, I called and said, tell me the exact security code for this account. Well, you know, I can't take a book. So I finally get a manager. Tell me the exact security code for the account. They give me the four numbers. Those are the four numbers that are written in sharpie on the keypad of my laptop. Two weeks later, Internet goes out. I called the number. Please enter your four digit security code. I punch those numbers in. Do you know what it said? I'm sorry those numbers are not correct. I know. So if you use the same ones for all of the devices and all of the, all of the businesses that you interact with, you know that everybody tells you, oh, don't do that if they find one, they're gonna be able to steal your mortgage and your money. At this point, come get it, okay? So, yeah, I'd rather do, if I could be spared that dance, I'll go to jail for a night. I'll eat a weird mystery meat sandwich and wear flip flops. I will go to jail for the day. Coming up next, straight ahead. The story of America's first ghost hunter. This is a real guy who's real serious about it, and he kind of changed the whole ghost hunting game and inspired one of the biggest movies ever. It's next it's bob and sherry. You read it once. I don't believe that. And then you're ready to go. I can't believe this. It's bob and cherries. I believe this. I believe

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

06:44 min | 4 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"That he's talking about. My favorite part of this little clip was in the year 2000, the workweek will be 30 hours long. There are a lot of people right now, not just max. As soon as COVID sent people to work from home, the workweek became 300 hours long because you were constantly always at work. It's the most amazing thing I've read about work weeks in the last couple of years and there have been a lot of articles written about them because people started working from home. A lot of people started working from home and the bosses were going, well, am I really getting my hours out of you and blah blah blah? The prediction in that period of America, which was early 1960s, that was probably recorded. The prediction was the biggest problem we were going to have with labor in America was. People are going to be paid and they're going to have to do so little work. The problem is going to be, what are they going to do with all these hours they have on their hands? That's hilarious. Because here's the reality. Here's the reality. People have a 30 hour workweek at their second job. Yeah, we're just not making enough money at their first job to be able to pay the bills. It was just so trippy. And you know, there was at one point I got kind of felt like a lump in my throat like the people of the not so distant past had such high hopes for us, you know? Yeah, that's true. Our 30 hour workweek in our House is the clean themselves and are actually good health and what will we do with all of our leisure time. You started off the show today talking about optimism. That's optimism right there. Yeah. That's right. Well, I mean, during that, how many years after world war two was that? That was like less than 20 years after World War II, and America was the go go country because we were not attacked during our homeland, was not attacked during World War II. So we brought the boys home. Everybody got a job. Some people were pushed out of jobs because the boys came back home. That's another. And bob before somebody, somebody trolls this. Yeah, I know. Alaska was attacked in Pearl Harbor was attacked. I understand that, but I'm talking about the infrastructure was primarily intact after the war. Right, exactly. It's just. It gives you a lump in your throat to know that your grandparents thought that you were going to be sitting around trying to fill all your free time because you had so little to do and so much that that would be a problem. You're right. More on some the news is next, it's bob and sherry. We never seem to run out. You're both morons. Morons in the news with bob and sharing. Everybody wants to be in show business. In some way, shape or form. You know, if you can't get your own radio show or TV show or get into the movies or be a model or whatever, you can always post what you're doing online. Everybody wants to be in show business. People now have to have cannons that fire pink or blue golf balls for reveal parties. Gender reveal parties, and instead of just walking down the aisle when you're getting married, you've got to do something really dramatic. You've got to dance doing the lawn mower, something has got to happen at a wedding. And this one is something. This footage I was looking at, it's only a couple of seconds long, so we're not going to use the sound. Shows very excited young bride, and she's beautiful. She's got the beautiful white dress on. And she's all smiles and she's waiting for her husband to be and he is coming around the corner on a dirt bike. He's flat out going as fast as he can. He's got the tuxedo on. He starts blowing the horn, blowing the horn. Everybody watching is so exciting. Here comes here comes the groom. And he totally loses control of the dirt biking is thrown off into the air and he lands on his butt looking stunned. He smashes into the ground rolling and then leaves, then sits up and looks like a complete idiot reception guest can be heard crying in horror, the groom was taken to a hospital where he was treated for a broken collarbone. He had to have 5 stitches in his head and the new husband who was pictured receiving care from the doctors with his soon to be wife by his side smiling at him during the stitches in the hospital room in her wedding dress. You know, sometimes things make memories together. Making memories together, they don't go as quickly. Hey, today's morning of the day involves a motorcycle too. This is Taylor Beverly. He's 23. He looks like he's Zac Efron's little brother with a beard. He was on a motorcycle with a date, and he led cops on a high-speed chase because he was trying to impress her. It was a first date. And so they took off. He blew a red light in front of a squad car. On a motorcycle, we begin and out of traffic running additional traffic lights and going well over 100 mph. While this was happening, his date told police she was screaming for him to stop. And he would not. And this was their first date he was finally apprehended at an intersection. And he said that he did it, you know, and he was sorry about it, but he was trying to impress this woman. She was not impressed she was absolutely terrified. And it turns out that he had previous convictions for grand theft cocaine possession, bad checks, probation violation, reckless driving, driving an unregistered vehicle. Dude, once this woman found out what you were all about, no amount of high speed driving on a motorcycle running traffic lights and weaving in and out over at a hundred miles an hour, that is not how you impress a woman. If she gives him a third date, I'm second, but I'm done with her. I'm done with her. This was the second date, so she kind of was the first. I thought you said this was the second date. This was their first date. Okay. Second. Their second date. Their second date, he's wearing orange and they're looking at each other through a plexiglass shield. I don't think there's gonna be a second date. That's morons in the news. This is bob and sherry. At the bob and sherry show, we love a good cater day photo. And we want to post your kitty best friend on our Instagram. Just send us a photo of your furry friend, or you and your furry friend, and you could see them on our socials. Plus, you could pick up some great swag, including a surprise catnip toy from doctor pussy and your very own bob and cherry photo frame. Just submit your picks to bob and cherry dot com on the contest tag. Every day is cater day. From doctor pussy and bobbin sherry. It's the stuff we wouldn't couldn't shouldn't do on the regular show. The odd cast. On the free bobbin sherry app. Okay, I'm

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Is the Trump Movement Like Syria's Kurds, an Ally for Christians?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 5 months ago

Is the Trump Movement Like Syria's Kurds, an Ally for Christians?

"Have the joy of speaking with our friend John mirac John. You have an article at stream dot org. People need to know to go to stream dot org and find your article. The title is, is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians. Right. So I was telling the story of the devastation of the Christians of Iraq after the American invasion in 2003. In Syria, something similar seemed likely to happen. The Arab Spring was going to bring democracy to Syria was going to overthrow its evil dictator and the American liberals and American neoconservatives were all gung Ho excited that it was going to overthrow this Arab dictator. Only problem was, the people were going to overthrow it, were radical Islamists linked to Al-Qaeda, John McCain lied to us about that. He flew over there and said, I vetted them. They're moderate rebels. They're moderate, moderate. During the 2016 presidential campaign in the foreign policy debate among Republicans out of all those like 12 or 13 Republican candidates. All of them but three wanted to shoot down Russian planes to help these Al-Qaeda linked Islamist jihadis take over a country with a million Christians. And of course, ethnically cleansed them like they had in Iraq.

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'Two (But Not Three) Cheers for Colonialism'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 5 months ago

'Two (But Not Three) Cheers for Colonialism'

"Several years ago, I wrote an article, it was initially published in the chronicle of higher education, subsequently in the San Francisco Chronicle. It was called two cheers for colonialism. And I kind of stole the title for more of a crystal who once wrote a book called two cheers for capitalism. And it's significantly two cheers and not three, because I can see that the motives of the colonialists were to sort of take advantage of the countries that they subdued and ruled. I'm not claiming that colonialism to that degree was benign in its motive. But what I am going to claim is that colonialism, although it was harsh for some of the people or many of the people who lived under it, nevertheless proved beneficial for its descendants. Now today, if you go around India, yeah, in the universities you're going to find a few people who are basically well similar to here, they've been sort of brainwashed into this kind of reflexive, everything western is bad, you know, hey, hey, Ho, Ho, western cultures got to go all this kind of nonsense. But the typical Indian does not feel this way. The typical Indian today very different than the typical Indian of my youth. Basically recognizes that India is in many ways better off because of colonialism that if India had never had, let's say India had not had any western influence at all. Until the 20th century. India would be a latecomer to a western technology, India would be a latecomer to principles of human dignity, human rights, separation of powers, checks and balances, western courts of law, India has all that. The English language, the best writers in the world today come not from Britain per se, but they often come from the far flung colonies of Great Britain people who are natives, people who come from places like Trinidad and places like India who have learned the English language in a sense as one of the legacies of colonialism.

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AJ Might Have to Change His Opinion on Chris Pratt

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:29 min | 6 months ago

AJ Might Have to Change His Opinion on Chris Pratt

"I'm just not gung Ho on Chris Pratt. I think he's a bore. But now I found something out that might make him inch up my list of, you know, good men, good actors and maybe just maybe I might have to take them off my shit list. So here's what's up. Bryce Dallas Howard, his costar in Jurassic World. She just recently revealed that she was paid a ton less money than Chris Pratt. This has been going on in Hollywood for, you know, dare I say a century. But it's been going on for a long time. If you've read about certain actresses who have campaigned to get more money, scholar Johansson comes to mind and they broke down the bigwigs in Hollywood and cut those big checks. But by and large, women get considerably less than their male costars. So initially, it was reported that she got paid so much less. Back in 2018, variety said that Bryce Dallas, Howard was making $2 million less than Pratt for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, she made 8 million Pratt made ten. I know there's a $2 million shortage there, but I don't know anybody that can complain to make 8 million bucks for 40 days work. But they're in this field and they're allowed to complain. But now Bryce Dallas Howard has opened up about the gender pay gap in an interview and she wanted to clarify that this disparity in how much money how much less money she made was really inaccurate. She said the reports were interesting because I was paid so much less than what the reports even said. So much less. She said, what you started negotiating for Jurassic, it was 2014. It was a different world back then. You never heard big talk about women getting equal pay as bad as that sounds. fortunately, when you make a Jurassic Park movie, sign up for three movies. So your deals are kind of set. They're set in stone. And she wouldn't say how much to pay gap was, but she did share the fact that she discussed this situation with Chris Pratt. He didn't like the way it sounded. And he decided, I'm going to help you get equal pay on other franchise properties that don't have contracts set in stone, like video games, and theme park rides. That's a big thing.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:12 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"The bobbing sherry trash night scavenger hunt. Yeah, exactly. Brought to you. How long has that couch been in her apartment? Well, they are, so here's the other fun piece of this. They have a gap between when their lease ends at their current student housing. And when their lease begins at their next student housing, so they rent it, she and her roommate rented a storage unit, so the cushions went to the storage unit, and the two of them are going to be staying at like motel 6 for 5 nights. While they wait for the gap between apartments. Let me text Tony back, hang on a second. You have got to work harder and close more. Stations. I was like, honey, I'm so concerned. I have so many worries and do you know what she said to me? She said the new place. She said, mom, you have to let me grow up. And I have to take charge of my life. And I'm like, you're picking up couches on the road living motels. Seriously, don't let her take that into a new house, a new apartment. Do you know how much it would cost to get rid of bed bugs? It costs a lot. Besides, this is unbelievable. It's bobbing sherry. Now, let's open up the bobbin sherry, archive vault. I love love, love, love, love this time of the year because I'm a little kids have their lemonade stands set up. And I have to say that your little kid lemonade stands, they've got some gangster pricing structures now at the little kid lemonade stance. What do you mean? Because I tried to buy lemonade every time I see a kid running a stand. And I don't usually have a lot of cash on me. I might have 5 bucks and some change. You'll pull up and it will be this teeny tiny cup, half full. They don't even do some poor. A little Dixie cup yet. And they give you the crappiest poor and the kids have a $2. Hey, did you die of work for the bank? I mean, what kind of gangsta operation are you running here? I haven't stopped in a while. See, I stop all the time, so I know. And I bought some lemonade off of a little boy, and they had made it with hose water. And as everyone knows, whose water has a very specific taste. It does. There's a little metallic taste to it. And I'm not dissing it because it has an nostalgic taste. The taste of hose water on a summer day, but if you're going to charge me two bucks for that, it's a double hose. Yeah, that's right. Right? So and I said that a kid, wow, and now you don't want to be the kind of adult that's breasted. That's not much of a poor, am I right? Yeah. They're like, wow, do you guys have some ice cubes or something? And Preston tells me my mom doesn't let us in the kitchen. Okay, so here's my $2 for my Dixie cup of hose water lemonade. Which is approximately 90°. It's 90 degrees, and I understand that I'm really subsidizing how the parents are paying for all of this, right? Right, right. Country time lemonade said that more and more we're seeing kids lemonade stands get shut down because they don't have a permit. Kids are being fined for operating little small businesses in certain towns because that's American now. That's what we do. I was going to say, is this Singapore? No, this is America. So country time lemonade, which is owned by Kraft Heinz, has created a fund to pay the legal fees for kids who have lemonade stand problems. No, oh man, I can't do it. I can not do it. So if you're running a little lemonade stand and your neighborhood homeowners association, there's always one crank in the neighborhood. They can't stand to see joy. We all have one person like that in our neighborhood. And when that crank shuts you down because they don't like the traffic and the ladder. You can go to country time lemonade and they'll pay you're fine for you. You know it's really awkward where you're on a time crunch. You have got to get to your house to pick a kid up or you've got to get to your house to meet your wife and you're going somewhere and the kids are out there and there's three or four of them. And they're jumping up and down. Stop for the lemonade and they've seen you before because you lived like two blocks. They know you're there. And you pull and they're right at there's one that does it near me. They're right by the stop sign. So you have to stop and as soon as you stop, they're up on their feet and they're selling hard. And then you've got to do that. That awful don't look at their face, scratch the side of your head thing. You feel so badly. Wouldn't it just be better and quicker to buy the lemonade? I guess, but I mean, if you're pressed for time, it's just one more thing you gotta do, you know what I mean? I always, unless I'm on my way because I have a freshly donated human organ that I need to get to the OR. I always just stop, roll my window down if I'm not going to get out of the car and go, all right guys, how much and you know, honest to God, sometimes they're charging these little extortionists are charging so much for their hose lemonade that you do not even have enough money with you in the car. Do you think that they're getting coaching from their parents? Do you think they're pulling they're pulling the price right out of the blue? The reason I think they pull it out of the blue is because my child was obsessed with selling lemonade. This is the kid remember that one day it was in like a hot. The hottest part of August. And I come home from work and she's out in front of our House selling corn muffins. Yeah, I do remember. And nothing takes care of your sweaty workday, like a nice dry corn muffin. I remember my first lemonade. So I believe they're just setting the price. I remember my first lemonade stand, and I set it up with a card table and I had the lemonade and everything and I'm waiting and I'm waiting and I'm waiting and I'm so ticked off I'm about 5 or 6 and I'm going this is a terrible, terrible business. We lived on the last house of a cul de sac. Unless they're gonna be boring through, you know, the little hill to put up more houses. There's no reason to go back. I was all by myself and I couldn't put that together. It was the mini version of schlosser's country. No, that's right. It's above and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast. Podcasting. Podcast. With stuff we wouldn't couldn't or shouldn't do on the regular show. A mysterious unlocked church rockets both bob and cherry back in time. The Holy Roman time machine. On the current dog cast, the bobbin sherry off air podcast, the odd cast. We got a big broadcast to do here. Get it now on the free bobbin cherry app, bob and sherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. It's the stuff we wouldn't couldn't shouldn't do on the regular show. The oddcast podcast on the free bob and

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"So I reach into the bag and I take out the tin. And I show it to her and I said, hey, tater tot. You want a peppermint? Peppermint, I hold, I hold. So I handed the tin, and I show her how to open it. And for the next 20 minutes, she's blissfully entertained. She opens the tin. She takes out a peppermint, and I'm watching her, 'cause she's sitting between me and caramel. So I'm watching her out of the corner of my eye. And I'm congratulating myself for going. I am the memo of problem solving. I had just like every good meemaw should, I had some hard candy in my bag, right? Did not have butterscotch as a root beer barrels in my bra, but I definitely had the tin of mints in my bag, and now the two and a half year old is distracted and the church service is going on and everything's fine. And after about, I don't know, 5, 6 minutes of this, I hear and I glance over and Russell one of our twins, said to me, you're not going to want those mints. And I said, why? And he said, she puts them in her mouth, sucks on them, then spits them back into the tin. Spits the back into the tin. And that's what kept her busy for all of that time in the church service. And I thought, oh God, if you had not told me that, I would have opened the tin of mints. They would have been kind of stuck together, and I would have said to myself, it's the heat. It's the humidity. Yeah. Exactly. Humidity. And then I would have eaten them. So yeah, so much for congratulating myself. Speaking of entertaining two year olds, Landon and Ramsey, her two kids, ally and her husband Tim and Mary and I got together. This was about a week ago at a restaurant. We found a Chicago dog slash pizza restaurant that was very casual so the kids wouldn't feel like so that we wouldn't feel that the kids if they acted up would be causing any problems. So everything was great and then Christian got a little bored. So I thought Landon's got a child on her lap, Ramsay just started to eat. I'm going to be the hero. And I started walking him around. This is a very casual, almost the sports bar sort of place. And all of a sudden, he gets a look at the Mario video game thing with the steering wheel, it's like you're in a race track, but you're driving Mario. Now the thing is running the screen is running perpetually. So it looks like if you're a little teeny kid, you're steering, because something is going on in the screen. Mario is racing against Luigi. So I sit down next to him, his eyes are aghast because there are no screens in their home. There's no television, she has kept him away from screens. And after about 5 minutes and he is digging it. He's shifting nothing is happening. I'm not putting money in, but he's shifting gears and his eyes are all lit up. I looked over to Landon to see if she was going to give me the stink eye. She gave me the thumbs up. That's what happens to mothers. That's what happens. Yeah, you're all that. My kid's not gonna see any screens, but this is your one time out this week, and somebody's got your kid. I could have taken him into a strip show. I swear, would have been thumbs up. No problem. No problem. This is why when people tell you stuff like my children are going to do blah blah blah, you go, good. That sounds like a plan. That does good for you, bless your heart. It's Bobby. Bring whatever you drink and celebrate happy hour, Thursdays at 7 p.m. eastern. Live on the bobbin sherry face birthday. You're looking at pictures that my oldest daughter just texted me. She was driving on her way to work and came upon a giant Brown. It looks like herculean. Giant Brown 1970s era looking kind of that 70s show vibe couch that she found on the side of the road so she pulled over and can not fit a couch into her small Honda, but took all the cushions in the hopes of deterring anyone else from taking the couch so that she could come back with her roommate that was a bigger car and they could potentially bring this brown herculean battered 70s Eric couch home to their apartment. So I have a lot of feelings about this and I want to adopt her at this point. And take care of her and buy her things for her home. Are you kidding me? Listen to me. Listen to me, listen to me. You know what I just read yesterday? In the average home, what is the filthiest thing? And that includes the kitchen floor, the bathrooms, all of that. What is the toilet? Is it the couch? Is it the cat? And yours. That's the average person's house who actually bought it from furniture plus, okay? A nice couch. Not a sight of the road couch. I think she don't understand that my first reaction to this was a gasp of horror. And I said, oh my God, what if it's infested? Yes. She replied back with, we checked and it looks like it just needs to be vacuumed. And I didn't have, but you know, certain things you can't see. They're called no seams. And I said, what about animals and stuff? She goes, no, it doesn't smell like there have been any animals on it, and it's a, it's a hulking Brown behemoth of polyester 70s glory. And I'm looking at it, and I thought, oh, God, no. I mean, you know what's been done on that couch? And because that couch is from the 70s, like they were doing things in the 70s that I think have gone out of style. Those key parties, whatever. But anyway, I'm like, I think that if you find like a table or a lamp, like there's all sorts of awesome things you can find on the side of the road and on go to a fancy neighborhood on trash pickup night, you know, the night before the trash comes, you can scoop up all kinds of cool stuff, but I've always drawn the line at mattresses and upholstered furniture because you just don't know what you're getting. Wait a minute, I just got a text from Tony, Ben listening. I think I hear our next contest prizes. Possibility. Sherry's really selling this well. People need lamps.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:56 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Just go to bob and cherry dot com. Well, it just noticed your T-shirt. I have not seen that T-shirt on you before. For people who can not see sherry, which is, I guess, all of the audience. The T-shirt says, jolene jolene, jolene, jolene. So I have a friend. I have a friend who's also named sherry, and she went to Dollywood, and their cruising through Dollywood, and she spotted someone wearing this T-shirt and she said she just started laughing and she's like, I know someone who has to have that T-shirt. And so she had to hunt it down in the park. The first gift shop she went to, they only sold it as a tote bag. The next one, they knew about it, but they didn't have it. She went on a mighty pilgrimage and finally found me my jolene jolene jolene T-shirt, which I've worn a couple of times now. You just haven't, I guess, because the way my camera's positioned, you can't see it. I didn't see it initially, but I do see it now. That's hysterical. How could the park, how could the park not be selling that in every single store? I mean, it's a classy looking shirt to begin with. And if you're a new list, there are people say the show has basically four subjects. How are spouses treat us? Pizza, the song jolene and animals. So did you know that Dolly has jolly has a new diet out? A new weight loss diet? Have you heard about it? Well, what is it? No. Yeah. Yeah, a guy friend of mine actually told me about it. His name is Joe. And I know it works because jolene, you know? Oh God, that was awful. You know what? Go sit in the sassy chair. And mute yourself until you're sorry, okay? I won't. No, I won't. I'm sorry. Here's the power of Dolly Parton. There is a Betty Crocker has a Dolly Parton frosting in the can. You know, that you can buy. I think they have Dolly Parton cake too, but they have this Dolly Parton frosting. So one of karami's Friends was having a birthday and carried me and decided that she would bake this friend a birthday cake. And so I was like, oh, that's great. Karen, he goes, I'm going to use a mix because I'm busy. And look what I found at the store and she holds up the can of Dolly Parton vanilla buttercream frosting. Carry me and goes, I know that we don't usually buy frosting any can, but it's Dolly. So you know what's good? It doesn't matter how old you are. Yeah, it doesn't matter how old you are. It doesn't matter where you come from. If you see Dolly Parton's face and that butterfly logo on it, you're like, oh, well, whatever that is, it's going to be good because Dolly would not would not agree to put her name on anything that wasn't awesome. I think that she could get elected the governor of Tennessee or a senator from Tennessee. I'm not just saying that either. I mean, there are celebrities who have gone out there and they've tried to get elected. One of the women from Sex and the City ran for a Congress or something and lost. Once in a while, you get a Schwarzenegger. I think that it would be absolutely impossible to beat her in the state of Tennessee, running for office. I can't think of very many things that if Dolly decided she wanted to do it, that she couldn't do it. Yeah. I think Dolly could be president, honestly. I think she is such a uniter. And there are people who, you know, they maybe have never bought a Dolly Parton CD, you know, they've never gone to Dollywood or whatever, but and even though they only have the most casual idea of her, have you ever met someone that didn't like her and respect her for the person that she is? No, I have not. I would love to see her as president sitting down across the table from Putin. And just having to say, what is the matter with you? Now, what is wrong? What is the matter with you? But you know what's great about Dolly? She could do all of those things. And she doesn't. She does not wade into the fray. If you've ever been to the Pigeon Forge area where Dollywood is, the great smokies. Her hometown is severe real Tennessee. And in the little downtown of sevierville, near the courthouse, they have this amazing statue, a bronze statue of Dolly Parton. She, it's not just the Dollywood, gave people jobs and opportunities. She single handedly transformed that entire region. Yeah. All by herself. Like she is so amazing. And there's a great podcast if you're a fan. It's been out for a long time now called Dolly Parton's America. And the podcast host gets to go to Dolly's actual childhood mountain home, which the family still owns. And it's way off the beaten path and it's very, very private, and he gets to go there with Dolly's cousin, who works for her organization and security. It is the way that they describe Dolly's mountain home. The actual because the great smokies are it's an incredible environment. The light is different. Nature is different. The way he described home, you've realized like all she had to do was open her eyes and the songs were all around her. And she was able to turn every moment of her life into a song and story. Absolutely incredible. Again, the podcast is called Dolly Parton's America. This is bob and cherry. I have to tell you guys something that happened that thank God one of my older kids was paying attention or I would be on the receiving end of something really gross. So we had a church dedication service for all four of the babies in our family. Kevin's daughter has identical twin baby boys that will be a year and a month. And then his oldest son has 7 month old baby and two and a half year old Ada tornado who appears on the show off because she likes to come over and play with me at my house. So we're at the dedication service and all four of the babies, they were so good, all four of the kids were so good when the minister, you know, annoyed at them and dedicated them. And then there was, that was the first part of the service, and then there was a traditional church service afterward, you know, with a sermon and singing and all of that. And it was very, very hard for the two and a half year old to sit still and focus. That's a tough thing. Sure. That is. And the church service was held outdoors in an arbor, so she could see kids running around that weren't at the church service. She could see in the slight distance, a swing set. Out of volleyball thing. It just seemed to her like, why are we sitting here listening to this person talking? Well, we could be running around and playing on the swings. So she keeps saying to me, I need to go to the playground. I need to go to the playground. I'm like very soon, sweetie, very soon. And then she would say very loudly. Is this over yet? No, no, it's not over yet. Very, very soon. And I couldn't give her my phone to distract her because it's a church service. And she can not be watching Peppa pig on on my phone. So I'm like, surreptitiously poking around in my handbag. What do I have here that can distract two and a half year old? I'm not going to give her a sharpie. That's going to be a terrible idea. I can't give her ChapStick. Lip gloss gum or my sunglasses. Those are all going to be bad. And then I see it, tucked in the very bottom of my bag is a little tin of mints, not altoids. It's like a little rectangular tinnitus. And this kid loves peppermint. She's got the palette of a middle aged man. Nothing's too spicy or hot. She just loves it.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

06:55 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"I'm going to tip myself over there. They always wore freshly laundered linen and they washed like their cups that they use. They wash their cups and their plates before using them again. Their ancient bath houses were so small, even the poor could afford to keep clean. So the rich had bigger ones, but the pores, the poor people had smaller bath houses, but this deal that, you know, the average person in the Middle Ages only took a bath like once a year, evidently, according to this, that is not correct. And listen to this, you've seen like, again, I'll go to braveheart or Robin Hood or the Kingdom of Heaven, Alexander 300. Those movies where one army charges like maniacs at each other. Yeah, yeah, yeah, there's screaming in there. There's swords going. Not so much. These armies back in those days, they had it plans. Just like armies today unless the Russian, of course, they have plans. However, the did send out an exploratory group that would charge at the enemy to try to scare the hell out of them. And then the other soldier for that. That's the, that's what I was thinking. Oh no. I don't want to be point man on that. I want to be in the back, maybe as a observation man in the back of the so the main army would watch these poor souls who would charge ahead and probably all get killed and then they would advance. So there you go. Things bob didn't pretty good, huh? Very good, very super interesting. Well done. And so the other one I wanted to the only other one I wanted to get in is Roman upper class woman were considered equals and had political power that was not true, most women in Rome were defined by their men in their lives were not allowed to have power hold office. Today we call that a woman in broadcasting. I thought I'd do it for you. I thank you. I thought I'd do it for you. Merry Christmas in July, something else you didn't know where it all began. It's next. It's bob and sherry. You read it once. I don't believe that. And then you read it again. I can't believe this. It's bob and cherries. I believe this. I believe this. Here we are July 25th, halfway through the year, hottest point in the summer and so many places, and it also happens to be the annual Christmas angel lie. And I bet you're going to be so shocked to learn that Christmas in July started like 80 some years ago. And it wasn't started by a department store or anybody trying to sell anything. It's a really sweet story and it's going to give you faith in Christmas magic because this was not designed to make you spend money. Christmas in July began at a summer camp for girls on July 24th and 25th and 1933. At Keystone camp in Brevard, North Carolina. The director of the camp was a woman named miss fanny holt. She founded the camp, and she just loved, she was very whimsical, apparently, according to the people who knew her and she loved coming up with really fun and creative and special ideas, and Keystone camp, and it's still around, by the way, you could still go to Keystone camp. Keystone camp was always different from other summer camps. There was always that extra level of make believe and imagination. And so miss fanny thought it would be super fun back in 1933. To break up summer camp by having Christmas in July. So the very first Christmas in July that ever happened include at Christmas carolers and a Christmas tree and Santa Claus and the campers exchanged gifts with themselves and the counselors. They even had fake snow made of cotton. And it was such a hit, the kids loved it so much that it continued the next year and the year after and pretty soon it was a tradition. Eventually campers started using their laundry bags as kind of makeshift Christmas stockings and they would put their stockings outside their cabins at night and the counts and the counselors would sneak up and fill them with candy. Elves got in on the action and reindeer and it's pretty soon misses Claus was all part of it. And to this day, at the hottest point, the most human point in summer. At Keystone camp where it all started, they still celebrate Christmas in July, and now Christmas in July is like an American pop culture thing that gets celebrated all around the country. Radio stations, like the one you're listening to maybe right now, celebrate with Christmas music, either today or leading up to it. Stores have special Christmas in July sales, the hallmark channel is running Christmas movies, AMC had a Will Ferrell elf marathon. It's just a great big giant thing right now. So for anyone that was rolling their eyes and going, oh, it's just another excuse to speed up the holidays and make us buy stuff. No, that's not the truth of it at all. Let me tell you. It has a really sweet, innocent beginning. Miss fanny was a genius, because you're with those kids, right? And you're charging their parents. Whatever you're charging them and can't sleep over camps are not cheap. And after a while, you know, it becomes just sort of mundane, even swimming in the Lake. Even, you know, archery and all of that. So she breaks it up right in the middle of the whole thing with Christmas in July and the music and it's different and the kids get something and they got something to talk about. That was an absolutely brilliant thing to do by a camp owner. Miss fate. And she never dreamed that this little thing they did at her tiny camp for girls in the 1930s in Brevard, North Carolina. Would become a big national thing that we all do every summer. So from all of us here at the bob and cherry show, merry Christmas in July, we'll post all of this on our Facebook so you can check it out. It's fine to share. It's a bobbin sherry off air podcast called the odd cast. Podcasting. Podcast. With stuff we wouldn't couldn't or shouldn't do on the regular show. A mysterious unlocked church, rockets both bob and sherry back in time to holy Roman time machine. On the current dog cast, the bobbin sherry off air podcast, the oddcast. We got a big broadcast to do here. Get it now on the free bobbin cherry app, bob and cherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. The new and improved Bobby sherry website.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:08 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"A lot wrong with us. You know, too late. I mean, fortunately, we ended up with great people, but my goodness. You know, that expression that I had, what could go wrong, that I always tell younger people, whether it's my stepchildren, my own children, whoever it might be. Yeah, I say, okay, if you're going to make this decision, all right, you're going to rent that apartment in a part of town that's a little sketchy. It's coming up. It's gentrifying what could go wrong, you know? I don't do that with myself. I don't. Not even with not even with a shirt. I look at a shirt and it's wrapped. It's a two for one shirt. I saw this when I was on vacation. And I go, I don't want to unwrap it because they won't like that. It looks like a medium, but maybe it's a small medium. Oh, what the heck? It's only $47, and then you get it, and it doesn't fit. You know? Even little things I don't do that with. I will research like a moisturizer. I'm online, Googly, what is stearate STE RIT? Completely obsessively doing that. Then it comes time to make a real estate decision. And I'm like, oh. What do you want? Anything could happen. And I'll just sign, I'll sign all 54 pages of whatever. We are really, really bad about that. Because you're right, we overthink, but we don't, we overthink minutia, and we let the big things go. And I know people say, if you, if you sweat the details, the big picture will take care of itself. Bob, I have found that not to be true. That's true. That is a dirty I found that to be a lie. That is a dirty lie. And I have a friend. And you know, she's a lovely, lovely person. And she's a holdover from the flowered child era. If she's too young for that, but she's a holdover from the flower child. And when I brought up the thing, what could go wrong? Once over dinner, she said, why don't you just look at it this way, bob? Why don't you look at the situation and say, what could go right? Here's the thing about that. If things go right, it's not a problem. It's when they don't go right, that they become a problem. And that's why you end up getting caught in that overthinking trap. I just saw it was on somebody's Instagram story. I should have screenshotted it and I didn't. It was me. Gives problem to God. God slowly slides problem back across the table. Yeah. Well, the almighty knows we never learned from things that went well. We only learned from things that have not gone well. Because once they have in our case, haven't we learned from those either. Or sometimes we just never learn. We just never learned. So let's put hang on, let me overthink this on your tombstone and on a T-shirt. Coming up. Merry Christmas in July today is the halfway point through the year. We are celebrating Christmas in July on the bob and cherry show, and we're going to tell you how it all began Ho Ho hos. It's coming up. It's bob and sherry. Leave us a talk now. Talk back with the free bobbin cherry app. It's another exciting episode of things bob didn't know. Thank you very much, max, a very special edition of things bob didn't know. This is the movie version of things bob didn't know. Things that we think are correct because we saw it in a movie, but it's actually not historically accurate. And let's start out with men war kilts and painted their faces blue for war in the 13th century, not true. Now, they did once in a while paint their faces blue, but they did not wear kilts. They painted their faces blue because they wanted to scare the enemy. We're scary looking. We scary looking, but they did not wear kilts. They wore tunics, kilts were not even invented back in the 13th century. So that, you know, you see braveheart, that was a bunch of baloney. That was not that was not accurate whatsoever. Next one, we learned this from the movie. You ever see like an old Roman movie and they got these huge gold coins? Did not happen. They did not exist. They did not do it. You know what they used to pay for. They'd use joules sometimes. Like if you were going to buy whatever the Roman version of a house is, you would sometimes an ancient Greece or Rome or Egypt, you would use jewels, but they did not have those golden coins. This one is so sad, bob. You know what's so sad? When you said they used jewels, my mind went, oh, they didn't have vapes. Oh yeah, he means jewelry, gems, okay? That is so. I do need to get out. Too much time with college girls. Yeah, I know. Vikings spent all their time raiding and waging war, not true. Even the term Viking is misleading. It's the wartime losing super bowls. I'm sorry. That is true. That is true. Even the term Viking is misleading since the word describes a type of behavior, not a singular culture, Scandinavian people would leave their homes to go a Viking during the summertime. They would raid coastlines and they would, you know, they'd steal goods or they enlist local people as mercenaries, they would capture them. But what did they do? The rest of the year. You know what they did? They went back to their Scandinavian home in Denmark or Norway or Sweden, and they helped out in the farm. Because it's a long, long winter in that part of the world. And they had to grow vegetables and they had to figure out how to, you know, keep the meats from going bad all winter long. And then summer would come around. They'd leave the farm, and they'd go on raids. Today, we called that spring break. In Florida. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. Don't you know, there you are, working the farmland in Sweden and it's 20° below zero, all you can think about is may. When you get to go with your buddies on a cool looking ship and raid people's towns and take whatever the heck you want. You know that's how they got through that got through that winter. But that's a myth that we, you know, we see it in movies and we figure, must have been, it must have been correct. Now here's one that I was always bought into. Everyone was constantly covered in filth. From ancient times into the Middle Ages, humans actually have a history of wanting to keep clean. Ancient Egyptians invented deodorant. But you know you could never find the unscented one when you went to their stores. It was just there was never available for some reason.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Is Mary and me. Oh my God, this is why she doesn't want to go on road trips with me. Car trips with my wife are great, because I get to listen to ten seconds each of 400 songs she hates. I, you know, I have a policy that if we're in my car, the people that are in the car with me can listen to whatever they want. I don't force people to listen to my music. My husband has the complete opposite philosophy. He feels like if we're in his car, we should have to listen to whatever he thinks we should listen to, which explains why I now know all the words to the song lonesome loser because he listens to a lot of classic rock. And by the way, that is the most tragic label that has ever been slapped on a man in the history of pop and rock songwriting. But in my car, in my car, if the girls want to listen to BuzzFeed unsolved or if he wants to listen to outlaw country, I don't care. I'm just in the car. I don't view it as this is my kingdom and I shall now inflict myself upon you, but there are people like that. It's their car, their music, their rules there, everything. Are you that way? No, I'm not, but Mary is that way. It's gotten to the point sometimes that I don't even put the radio on. I don't. Because we just don't agree on the same things. But you know, that's fine. That's fine. This person said, it's hard for me to talk about it, but I was catfished at 21. He said he was a business owner, love cuddling, and musicals. Her husband. It's called dating, we were dating, stop making that a joke. You were not catfished. My wife always wants me to drive. Because there's nothing for her to correct if I'm the passenger. And that's it. That is marriage, you know? And if you can laugh at that sort of thing and get around it or come to some sort of a decision on how life is going to be handled, you're going to have a happy marriage. Or you can just learn to ignore it. That's happiness too. It's bob and sherry. Bring whatever you drink and celebrate happy hour. Thursdays at 7 p.m. eastern. Live on the bobbin sherry Facebook page. Merry Christmas in July. You know, we wanted to get you all a gift, but we weren't sure about your size or what you'd really love. So we went with the gift everybody wants. The people's movie critic with a bonus review on a Monday where the crawdads sing, hey, Lamar. Hey, you know, this is one of those movies where I'm afraid my colleagues put more emphasis on the critic part of the term movie critic than they should. This movie is based on a book that has sold over 12 million copies. It's all of these books could not have been sold at a Walmart 8 miles off the interstate in Alaska. There's a cross section of the population that really enjoyed this book. My wife, being one of them. Now, Rotten Tomatoes has a critic score of 36% and an audience score of 96%. Let me remind you that these are the same professionals that scored mother the abomination of the desolation of the movie industry, starring a harlot who shall not be named a full 68%. So this is just another one of the many times my fellow critics have missed the mark. Hey guys, read the freaking room, why don't you? Okay? How do you teach it? Now, my wife totally loved this book. And the fact that once she found out that it was being made into a movie and that she has been on me about it ever since, has absolutely 110% nothing to do with my review of this movie. Because as a professional, I would never allow the threats of the withholding of marital Congress to influence my score. It's not going to happen, okay? I'm going to be serious. Now, this is another movie I walked into without knowing anything about it. And I know y'all say, well, he never knows anything, but that's not true. I do know about most movies, okay? But I had not watched a trailer or done any research because I wanted to just walk in knowing nothing. And this is not a star studded cast. I only recognize like four actors, but one of the major characters in the movie was the North Carolina marshlands, which sadly was not filmed in North Carolina, but in the Bayou's of Louisiana, but I know what they're getting at. I mean, it was a beautiful setting. And it really set the tone for the movie. And it's about a girl called kaya, who's played by daisy Edgar Jones. She lives with her family in the marsh. Her father, played by Garret Dillahunt, is a violent drunk who beats his wife and children. And one day, Kai's mother had just had enough. And she packs up her stuff and she just leaves. And over a period of time, one by one, her siblings also did the same. Leaving Kai with her father, who own his own eventually leaves as well. So here is a small girl living in the Mars, she raises herself by her wits with only the help of a couple who owns the local store. And Kai is very smart and she's a talented artist. He's constantly drawing pictures of animal plant life that's in the marsh, but she's a total outcast to the rest of the town. And when she tries to go to school, she's chased away by the other kids. Another child maintain lives close to her and he's played by Taylor John and Taylor John Smith. He befriends her and teaches her to read and their friendship turns into a relationship. But Tate gets a scholarship and he goes off to college and while he's away, a murder happens in the town and kaya is an easy target for a town that is always looked at her like a freak that they call the marsh girl. And so she's put on trial. And she's represented by lawyer Tom Milton who's played by an excellent David strength on. Now, Kai's story is told in her own words by flashbacks of what transpired over the years and the movie is two hours and 5 minutes is ready, PG-13 for some sexual content, some violence, including an assault. There are no car chases. There's no explosions, no alien spacecrafts, no superheroes, CGI, or anything of that nature. It's what takes to make a hit movie nowadays. This movie tells a story in a very interesting way without all of that. And sometimes we forget that you can't really enjoy a movie like this. I know they don't come out that often, but I know I enjoyed it and you probably will too. No matter what the other critics say. And you know what? I've got a few million women that'll back me up on it, so I ain't scared. My screw on this is 5 ice cold bud wisers. It was awesome. It was great. I'm one of those people that loved the book. And it would be hard for me to not like the movie. I am so excited. And thank you for making Christmas in July, so special with a bonus movie review. Satisfied we got more, we've got more with the man himself straight ahead. 5 buds for where the crawl dad's saying, it's bob and sherry. It's the bobbin sherry off air podcast called the odd cast. Podcasting. Podcast. With stuff we wouldn't couldn't or shouldn't do on a regular show. A mysterious unlocked church, rockets both bob and cherry back in time to Holy Roman time machine. On the current dog cast, the bobbin sherry off air podcast, the odd cast. We got a big broadcast to do here. Get it now on the free bob and cherry app, bob and sherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. She's done it again. Sherri lynch named one of the most influential women in radio. It's

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"So here's if they go back to my father. Here's the thing I miss about my dad the most. You guys can relate to this set. When I was a little kid and I was ready for bed, my parent, my mom or dad would come in. I'm sure with you guys, your parents would come in and tell you a story. The only difference between you and I is that when I was a little boy, I'll get ready and tucked into bed. My little 5 foot Japanese father would come in for me. Until you stood. The ancient scroll tale. Of the three peak. He worked in hayfield. Certainly, big fat dragon come. Hey, huh? Peeking on the two? You see what happened? He said, this not happen. So, from thousand year old oak tree, you make nunchuck. You wait for dragon. Do I get to come? Gross. He number three. Can you see what happened? He said this not happen. In brick oven, he makes samurai sword. Sold already. He weak foot dragon. Dragon come. Rough. Lips. Sweet dreams. This was my big brother. He would tell his kids these horrifying stories about like the Jersey devil and zombies and then he'd be like, okay, lights out. Love you, goodnight. We're gonna post Brian gods who set up a BOB, AMD SHE, RI. Today we are halfway through the year. It's Christmas in July to lie 25th, and we're gonna tell you how it all began coming up. Plus the bobbin cherry box office some more, it's bombing cherry. Leave us a talk now. Talk back with the free bob and cherry app. You know who the happiest married couples are. They are the couples who can laugh at each other and not get mad. And I have some examples that were posted online. I would like to share with you right now. We all need to if we're married aspire to these people. First person says, currently seeking a stunt double who looks like my husband won't eat the last ice cream cone and knows where to bury a body. Yeah, that's someone who's done a little reflection. My husband gags any time he hears the word chunky, so naturally it's one of my favorite things to say. And I'd like to meet this guy. My husband, my husband, called go ahead. That is such a specific phobia, the word chunky, like the word chunky. Don't you love a chunky baby? And isn't there a whole kind of soup called chunky soup? Like, what is this guy's fight with chunky? I don't know. I mean, if it were something like moist, isn't moist, one of the most disliked words. I think it's the most hated word in the language. Right, right. I want to meet this guy. She says, my husband calls our Bluetooth speaker, mister speaker, and addresses it as if we are in parliament. Mister speaker.

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

08:11 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Take it out, and it would just be shaking its head at me. And then I would put the item back on the right. Put it back. Put it right back. I would have liked my iPhone to let me know a couple of real estate moves. I would have liked this phone. You're in with the real estate agent, right? And she's about to close and you're going to buy a condo because you're now divorced and you have to get somewhere. And this place looks pretty good and it's got two bedrooms with two bathrooms, so the kids can come over, except they never. There's no space. They never will. That's true. They'll come over for dinner. That's about it. And then they're going to build phase two of the condos so you can never sell it and get rid of it. If that phone could just analyze the likelihood of that in vibrate in your pocket, that would be fantastic. When the server comes and you've just had a big pizza and the server says, save time for dessert. There goes the vibration. No. Don't do it. I would like my iPhone to have been with me at certain meetings, and my iPhone could have said girl. I agree it's funny, but you probably shouldn't say it. Keep it inside your head and don't let it come outside your mouth. The thing with the iPhone, like I appreciate the iPhone looking after you, but what if you're a really clumsy person, like I am, and you're constantly walking into things and tripping and falling anyway. Like, what is the iPhone? What is the iPhone think I'm all about? Because it hasn't told me those sorts of things. You're younger than I am. And I think that may have something to do with it. I'm in pretty good shape. So maybe that's why it gave me a pass. But they probably, it probably analyzes what products I'm buying, all the things that I like, and it's sums me up, and he says, this is the part of his life that he's at. So we're going to track this from this point. I guess that falling down thing, I took misses made my cat to the vet, not to compare universes, made my cat because of course you are a strapping human man and misses May as a cat. But she was sitting on the floor, not the vet the cat. The cat was sitting on the floor and she scratched one of her ears and kind of tipped over and the veco's that happened a lot. And I said, honestly, I've never seen that before in the vet goes, um. And I'm like, no, I would tell you the truth if my cat frequently tipped over. And the vet said, well, you know, they get older and they develop some balance issues. Are you sure you've never seen that before? And then I'm sitting there thinking, am I lying? Am I crazy? No, I've never seen that before. So maybe what we need here is my cat to use your iPhone. What do you think? Yeah. I know you're deeply regretting this conversation. Sounds good. I've enjoyed it, but of course it makes perfect sense to give up my iPhone to a cat. Listen, Morrison's in the news is straight ahead. I want you if you have kids, you must listen to today's moron of the day. Because you're going to want to lecture your kids about it. And it involves the show Stranger Things fans. It's straight ahead. It's bob and cherry. Bob and sherry. Because I'm an idiot with morons in the news. We've all heard the expression timing is everything. You know, if you're telling a joke on the radio, timing is everything. If you're practicing your golf swing, timing is everything. If you're in a bar, you see a beautiful woman and you're single, but she's with a guy, but then he gets mad and leaves the bar, and now you go over to meet her, timing is everything. And that takes us to the police and a guy by the name of clarence Wayne Giles. Clarence Wayne Giles is 31 years old and he lives in West Virginia. He is accused of stealing copper wire, which is very valuable from interstate light poles in kanawha county. He then sold the copper wire for nearly 16 $1000 in cash to recyclers, investigators said guile stole about 4000 732 pounds of copper for multiple interstate light fixtures and made 47 transactions at local recycling centers between January and right now. Deputies just by chance were at capital recycling. To obtain paperwork and surveillance video, when mister Giles showed up with more copper to sell, the same type of copper that was previously stolen. The cops looked over and said, hello there, mister Giles. I'm deputy so and so, and you are under arrest. He's in jail right now, and I'm telling you, he is going to be in jail for a long, long time. He's looking at false pretenses, receiving property, stolen property, larceny, destruction of property, and listen to this, $1.5 million in damage to the state of West Virginia from stealing the copper wire. He owes the state one and a half $1 million on top of all of that. And just crap luck. I mean, really, that's the one thing he wasn't charged with. That's the mugshot, the mugshot, he stole copper wire, the mug shot he's in orange and his hair and beard are copper colored. He's like a bad elf, like one of the best. It's like he's villain in Batman. Go ahead. Today's moron of the day is a teenage girl in Minnesota, suburb of Minneapolis. She was watching Stranger Things on her phone while driving when her car drifted into the oncoming traffic lane and collided with a semi truck. It was a full rollover crash, and it is absolutely a miracle. That the semi driver was able to swerve just at the last second to the road's shoulder, which meant they collided, but it wasn't a head on collision, which probably saved the girl's life. Her car hit the trailer and rolled over, the car is trashed, she walked away with minor injuries, police were questioning her at the scene of the crime, and she denied being on her phone. But deputies couldn't help but notice that the car's Bluetooth system was still streaming the audio for the episode of Stranger Things. Through the car's speakers and that's when she admitted she was watching Netflix. Look, max and I are as hooked on Stranger Things as any two people can be. You got to talk to your kids. You can't be watching TV on your phone while you're driving. Can I do a Stranger Things joke? Please. In her car when it flipped over, she ended up in the upside down. Oh big well done. Well done. Listen, it's a miracle she survived. Now go lecture your kids and tell them Bobby sherry sent you. We've got comedian Brian guts who coming up and celebrating Christmas in July with a bonus appearance by the people's movie critic and his review of where the crawdads sing in just about an hour right now. It's bob and sherry. Instant access to the podcast podcast and fun side. Just download the free bob and sherry app. Hey you guys, I want to tell you two really cool things that I learned last night about dogs. I was reading about this giant study of tail wagging and it turns out that I'm going to reveal a trick right now that you can use watching your own dog and other dogs. But before I tell you about the tail wagging, wagging 75% of dogs have a paw preference, like a handedness and human beings. About 60% of dogs are right pawed. Isn't that interesting? I think Finn is, yeah. And it's about reaching for food. So like if they were going to paw a treat or a chicken bite or something toward them about 60% of dogs are right

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"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:12 min | 6 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Merry Christmas, great show you have here. Welcome to the bobbin cherry show. With bob. I'm like Santa Claus. We're both giving. We're both jolly. We both work very hard one day a year. And sharing. Oh, is that fruitcake? Oh, I love fruitcake. And now warming themselves by the bobbin sherry holiday studio fire. It's 5 and cherry. At a creepy Ho Ho Ho from the bob and cherry show a Christmas in July. Now, I know everybody is thinking Christmas in July. I know bob. He's gonna hate it. I do not. I do not. A little bit of a curveball right at you, mister and Mrs. America. I kind of think it's kind of cool. Christmas in July. Now, you know, with the temperatures, I talked to my friend Jeff who lives granted it's in the desert in California lives in Palm Springs. There was a nice toasty a 117° there, so I think in that part, it's going to be a bit of a stretch to get really celebratory over it. In England, it was a 104° the other day. We do have some hot weather to contend with, but you know, I think it's a nice, how did this get started? How long is Christmas? I'm gonna lie. I'm gonna tell you how Christmas in July got its start in a little while as today's can you believe this? 'cause it's been around. It's been around way longer than you think, and it has nothing to do, at least it did not start as like a department store promotion or a way to selling stuff. Well, I love it because let me tell you around my house, mister Burl Ives is always welcome. Yeah. Can I tell you what I like best about Christmas in July? It's the Christmas music, the Christmas movies. I've already watched elf twice. I watched it twice over the weekend. Adding to the other 300 times I've watched elf. It is all of the fun of Christmas with none of the work for a mob. 'cause moms make a lot of Christmas magic. I'm not shopping. I'm not rapping. I'm not cooking. I'm not decorating. Nobody's saying to me. Are you ready for Christmas? Are you ready for Christmas? I'm listening to frosty the snowman and watching elf and not one person is asking me, are you ready for Christmas? So that's why I love Christmas in July so much. Yeah, I wonder if there are kids out there that will get Christmas gifts with Christmas. Oh, don't encourage that. Oh God, please don't encourage that. I'm imagining if it were around with my father and mother were alive and I was a kid. Daddy, are we gonna have Christmas presents? 'cause he's Christmas in July. That's not nice, daddy. Listen, don't encourage it, not because I don't want the children to be happy. But because I'm trying to have a Christmas holiday, we're up not shopping, rapping, cooking, and decorating. And I don't even think about bringing the elf on the shelf into this mess, because if you tell me the elf on the shelf is part of Christmas in July, up on the shelf is about to become part of shark week. I can not. I could not have bitsy the elf invading my sanity in the summer months. Bitsy stays on the North Pole until the 1st of December. We've got morons in the news. Oh, and speaking coming up and speaking of Christmas in July, we wanted to give y'all a gift so that people's movie critic is going to pop by today with a special Monday appearance. He's going to review where the crawdads sing. Everybody, merry Christmas in July, it's bob and sherry. At the pop and cherry show, we love celebrating anniversaries. But there is one anniversary that makes us cringe just a little. Everyone in the pool. That time accidentally put an SUV into a swimming pool. Oops. Whoops. Oops. We're celebrating the anniversary of us putting an SUV in the pool during one of our RV crazy tours. And to commemorate that, we're selling tank tops and t-shirts with a picture of the SUV in the pool to get yours, just go to bob and sherry dot com. Hit the shop tab. You'll make a splash. With a bobbin cherry SUV in the pool tank top or T-shirt. From bobbin sherry. The fun size podcast, a shareable taste of the show at our website or the free free bob and cherry app. iPhones are really amazing. I mean, just about everybody has one. If it's not an actual iPhone, it's not off. Every once in a while, you'll see somebody with a flip phone, I guess. But they're pretty ubiquitous right now. And they are amazing. I mean, you can just think, I need to know this answer or how to spell this, you type it in and there's the answer there. But I must say, the iPhone is arrogant at its very core. It is an arrogant thing this iPhone. Like, I did not walk the dog because of a lot of storms for a few days. And I went back to walking and riding my bike. And you know how you go to the health area and you see how many steps you had or how many miles you went, you know? So I said, yeah, I wonder how many steps I did. And when I was on vacation, I did 12,500 steps around Jordan pond. I was very proud of myself. That's what three and a half, four miles. At least. And so I'm looking at the health thing and it says, yes, you did 12,500 steps. That's 4.1 miles. And then I'm scrolling down a little bit in the health area and it says, this is the likeliness that you will fall down in the next year. What? The iPhone, the iPhone can now tell you evidently from analyzing how much you're moving, what's the likelihood of you falling down and hurting yourself? That's arrogant. That's a little Black Mirror for me. Because that's that you're not your right. It's arrogant and presumptuous of the iPhone to be making those kind of announcements. That's too much, don't you think? Too much. But by the way, this arrogant iPhone said, it's unlikely. I'm going to fold down in the next in the next year. So evidently. Well, that's good news. Yeah. I'm quite stable. And I was thinking about that thing. I mean, that's really, I don't like it, but it's pretty amazing that can say, yeah, as a likelihood that you're going to fall down. So heads up to you. I wish years ago the iPhone could have warned me about other things. That would have been really, really good. Like I looked down at my iPhone, you know, and it says, hey, I know that's the type of woman that kind of plays in the movie in your head. But that's not going to work out for you very well, buddy. I would move along. And then, you know, I would know, because this thing is a brilliant computer. I would like my iPhone to vibrate in my pocket when I'm

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'The Great Realignment' by Critical Theory in the 1960s

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 7 months ago

'The Great Realignment' by Critical Theory in the 1960s

"This is what we were going to talk about It's a critical critical article article by Josh crash hour Covers an article we address yesterday Paul bedar in the Washington examiner but what they're calling the great realignment In my humble opinion I am HO it's the biggest political story of our time And the story goes like this the Democrat party which used to have idea but now I'm not suggesting the ideas they had were quality ideas at all Let me be crystal clear on this Ask the proviso built in right I'm not suggesting their ideas were good But used to be decades ago pre 1960s A party of ideas albeit bad ideas Did all of the racial and identity politics stuff second On their triaging of needs number one was to put out their big government communist socialist agenda first Really doubling down during the new deal and elsewhere right Even at The New York Times openly defending communism on their pages for decades But right around the 60s when critical theory critical race theory came later when critical theory started to make its way through our institutions of higher learning this idea that the white male patriarchy is the real source of power And that knowledge is simply a construct of power When that started to happen everything became identity politics Everything If you were white you were in a presser if you were non white or minority with the oppressed Whether you were or any of those things or not was totally irrelevant Critical theory and it's adjunct later critical race theory Imbued that into a generation of academics who are now teaching our kids

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Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

"Why is funny that women that don't have abortion are some of the main ones running their mouth? Malia and whatever the other kid named is, Sasha and malia, did you have an abortion with Sasha? No, you didn't. You chose life. You have your legacy. You and Barry got y'all legacy, but you feel bad about women terminating their kids, you did you ever? I want to know Michelle Obama. Did you have an abortion before you had Sasha and malia? Period. That's all I want to know. I just want to know. And if you didn't, why are you out here telling these girls to go get rid of their kids when you didn't do it to yours? Okay. I'm just throwing it out there. I'm throwing it out there. Y'all just listen to the people that are saying this. Maybe AOC had a bunch of abortions. I don't know. She was bartending and probably doing some other stuff. So she may have had a father, I'm not saying she did, so I don't come try to sue me. I'm just giving a skepticism of maybe that's why she's so gung Ho.

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Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 9 months ago

Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

"Known you for a couple of years, very impressed with what you do. Tell us in a nutshell, just give us the elevator pitch. What do you do and where do you come from? Sydney? Well, people are seemingly unfamiliar with the fact that I am actually Australian despite my bizarre accent. Which I am trying to get back just by the way, I want to sound more like you said than the yanks that are around us. So I'm Australian originally from Australia and YouTube to the United States in 2019 to basically pursue politics because Australians are by and large pretty disinterested in politics and kind of just found myself drawn into. I guess a bunch of drama in the last little while with the situation that you're referring to, which was getting screened out effectively by Jack Murphy, is a real estate his name on the show is here. Oh, I was going to mention it, but I'm so glad that you decided to mention it first because Jack Murphy is an embarrassment to anybody who has testicles. I'm not sure he does anymore, but we will discuss that. So you left the antipodes, you came here to be involved in politics. You wanted to speak like me, which I'm sorry most people think I have a South African accent that really annoys me. But what have you been doing for the last three years? And how have you been surviving COVID and tell people about what you do? Because your comment, you are like the long form version as far as I'm concerned, of libs of TikTok and you're not anonymous. Your brave woman who has these amazing films where you react to the insanity of the left. Am I misrepresenting you? Tell us, tell us your mission. We've got 3 million listeners plus the viewers. What is Sydney Watson about? Well, that is a fantastic question. I guess growing up in by and large of penal colony kind of made me realize that freedom is really important. And I actually have my bum to thank for that viewpoint because she's from Ohio originally and she is just this badass gung Ho woman that really, really cares about preserving what we have in the west and I think that's a lesson. And so growing up in that environment, of course, I was like, well, I hate people. So what is the easiest thing that I can do that revolves not really revolves around not really interacting with them too much in journalism kind of came to the forefront.

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"ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"ho" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"To the program. Hi Matt, thank you. So lots to talk about. You said you've been avoiding podcasts, first of all. Yeah, I just, you know, I don't trust myself. You mean something's going to go viral, something you're going to say. Something I say is going to go viral because of the videos and the tiktoks. I've been they've attempted to cancel me a couple of times. So talk to me about that. Which ones have gotten you in trouble? Oh my God. I think there's like three videos that I can pinpoint right now. The first one, I kind of get. I understand. What did you do? I made fun of people's the video is called tips from the ER, we don't know what's wrong. Yeah. And you know, sometimes people come to the ER and they got shoulder pain, stomach pain, they run all the tests. And they said, you know, we couldn't find anything you need to rest, take some pain meds. Hopefully it'll go away. People never like that answer. They want something they want something. The ERs are not the place for diagnostic sort of certainty. ERs are a place where they're triage. Are you going to die? Do you need to go in the hospital, get out of here? Yes. That's it. And maybe we'll send you somewhere that might be able to come up with an answer. Follow up with your follow up with your doctor. But where I messed up where I messed up in the video was, I said, look, if we don't know if we don't know what's wrong, then nothing's wrong, which is not true, right? If we don't know what's wrong, follow up with a specialist, maybe go find somebody else, get another opinion. But often is nothing wrong. Well, you know, this is a whole topic I didn't expect to get into. But there is a oh boy. You want me to get you and me into trouble? I know. But there is a growing awareness, sort of American consciousness coming into focus for people. Slowly. That essentially in the category of. At once we have serious mental illness that people are not properly getting cared for. At the same time, we have a burgeoning population of people with personality disorders, which is not technically a serious mental illness. But often associated with mental illness, mood disorders, and things like that. But prominently associated with projection, acting out somatization, anger, hostility, unregulated rage. And using the legal system, and now the political system to get to act out that anger and rage. Yes. So here you are in your tech. And you've seen that. I've been watching it for 40 years. So my recently I found myself saying a lot. Damn, when I first started, I worked in psychiatric hospital for 30 years. And when I first got there, I noticed towards the end of the 80s, early 90s, lots of borderlines being admitted in every borderline patient with at least minimum 20 lawsuits under her belt. Now the legal system caught it caught on to that with their anti slapp laws and all this stuff, some frivolous lawsuits. But the rest of the world, in terms of how they come down in the system and what they do in the political system and in the social, it starting to dawn on people. And I think Amber Heard is doing us a huge favor. Moving things quickly in that direction. Yes. Right? Amber Heard. I can't remember the last time I was so invested in a court case. Well, we always allowed to see everything that was happening because it depends on it depends on the state. Yeah, so if you go back in the day, when I was on HLN, we covered Jodi Arias. And there was a sex tape, and we just every minute of the thing was on TV, and it was kind of screwed the case up. The defense attorneys and things. Yeah. And I think what happened now is like Amber Heard and done in depth cases the first case where TikTok exists. So now I'm on TikTok and every other video is about that case. So I can't get away from it. It's not like I have to turn on the TV. Let's just say the algorithm has figured out what you're interested in. I've seen one TikTok I've ever heard. I know. That algorithm has gotten so specific that I've had to make a second account. No followers and nothing. Just to figure out what everybody else is looking at. Yeah, just to look at that on the stuff. But just looking at it. I love that. There's something diabolical about that. Yeah. So tell me about yourself. Where'd you grow up? I grew up in Milpitas, California. I don't know where that is even. Do you know where San Jose is? Yeah. Yeah, so it's outside of that. Right next to San Jose. 30 miles south of San Francisco. And it says Vietnamese American. That's right. Does that mean Vietnamese? Does that mean mixed race? What does that mean? My parents were from Vietnam immigrated here in the early 80s. I was born here, so technically your American American immigrant. I'm a second generation Ukrainian. But people don't say Ukrainian American. That's a weird weird construct. And then you ended up at Stanford. Would you study there?.

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"ho" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"ho" Discussed on How I Built This

"Welcome back to how I built this lab. It's guy Ross here with Cassie Ho, we're talking about how she built what would become this incredible fitness empire around Pilates blogilates, products, and amazing content. We'll get there in a moment, kesi. One of the things that you you've done throughout your career in continue to do is you make virtually all your content, your videos are free, right? So anybody can go to blogilates and search for fitness video and it's free. From the beginning, were you thinking, yeah, I'm just gonna make this free and we'll figure it out later. Did anybody ever, especially as you start to grow in popularity? Did you ever have people coming to you and saying, hey, Cassie, you know, you've got to start putting this behind a paywall or create a subscriber service or things like that. Yeah, oh my gosh, so many people would tell me that. Other trainers would be like, why aren't you making people pay for this? They need to pay for it. And interestingly enough, those people have told me that still don't have an audience. For me, it's like the workout videos are to connect. And for me, also, the marketing, right? Like I'm using my mats. I'm using my bags in the videos, and people see that, and they also want it. But I'm creating content that is either that is valuable to people or shareable to people or entertaining to people, and that is what helps you grow and connect. And then once you're able to make that trustworthy relationship, then maybe they want to explore you a little bit more, get a little bit deeper into your world, but blogilates has grown a lot because of the free content. So really the videos were a vehicle to build out other things. In other words, the videos were, in a sense, an engagement tool, but I imagine that today with all of the views you receive, it's also a source of revenue for your business. I mean, through the advertising. Okay, so you want to hear crazy stat. Yeah. Okay, my ad revenue from YouTube makes up just 1%. Of all the revenue that I make. Wow. With a billion views across your channels. That's unbelievable. Yeah. So YouTube really can't sustain your business at all. We've heard this in the past, but clearly can not sustain your business because how many people work for you or work in your business and your company..

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"ho" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"ho" Discussed on How I Built This

"Back to how I built this lab. I'm guy raz, and I'm here with Cassie Ho, the creator of one of YouTube's biggest fan favorite fitness channels, blogilates. All right, so you go to Boston, you leave this video behind as a goodbye gift to pursue, you know, this career as a fashion buyer, and that is sort of the direction you're going to. Head into, I guess, right? Yeah, I thought I was going to be living my dream career. I thought this was it. And it most definitely was not. I got there in the culture just was not right for me. But this was the crazy part. I was sitting, this was 8 months into my job, completely miserable, and I'm telling you, I would cry before I went to work every day. It was terrible. I get a text from my sister, and her finger is pointing to a picture of something that looks like my bag in a magazine, and I ask her, what is that? And she's like, I think your bag is in shape magazine. And I'm like, wait, what? So I run out to the nearest target during my lunch break, and I'm like sifting through all of the pages. I'm like, oh my gosh, where where? And the moment I saw my no name, nobody bag, like in a real magazine, like I started crying. And I was like, this is a sign. I have to go. So, I mean, you had randomly sent out this yoga bag to a bunch of magazines shaped did have a photo of it in a little feature, but did it have like a link to where you could buy it? Yeah, it actually said the website. It said the website in the crazy thing was people typed it in and they actually bought the bag. Like I saw like a teeny uptick in seals. It was a sign enough for me to like, let's just go and do this. And so I quit my job the following week, I bought a ticket to China on Friday, left on Sunday so that I could attend the canton fair, which is one of the biggest manufacturing affairs in the world. And I said, I'm going to find my manufacturer and I am going to do this. Because if I don't give myself the 100% chance to succeed, I'm always going to regret this. I would rather fail and fail hard than not know at all what could have been. You essentially get to Boston to pursue this career as a fashion buyer, but in the meantime, something very strange is happening with this YouTube video that you uploaded, people start to watch it and not just a few people like tens of thousands of people start to watch this video that you left behind. That's right. They start to watch the video, then they start asking for a butt version and an ab version and an arm version and so in my free time when I wasn't at work or on the weekends I would film a little video for those people and I really didn't even understand what fans were, what subscribers were, but it was like a little hobby that I did on the side. But just to be clear, you were not thinking, I'm going to really pursue fitness and be building a fitness business. It was like, I think there's legs to this pleated yoga bag that could turn into a business. Oh yeah, I was not thinking that blogilates was going to be the business. It was always going to be my designs. And I would really was just doing that, blogilates was like on the side for fun. That's what it was because it kept me entertained. And it was literally a blog. It was started with the vlog..

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Stream.org Is Calling for a Peaceful Resolution to the Ukraine War

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | 9 months ago

Stream.org Is Calling for a Peaceful Resolution to the Ukraine War

"Focus, I'm talking to John zamir. John, let's talk about anything you want to talk about. What do you want to talk about? Thanks, Eric. Well, one thing tomorrow morning where a statement, a call from peace and negotiations is going to come out from a group of Christian scholars and activists who want to encourage Americans to promote a negotiated peace in Ukraine. You're one of those Americans, and I'm one of those Americans. We are signing this petition and we want to exhort people. Now this is not till tomorrow morning it will be published at the stream stream dot org. Right. But this is important, John, please explain why this is important because I think you and others believe that the Biden administration, the so called deep state, they want war. They want World War three and they're, you know, trying to pretend like it's just and it's not. I wish it were just the secret committee formally known as Joe Biden and the deep state behind him. But it's also large segments of the Republican Party, the military industrial complex, the neoconservative hawks, the same people who gung Ho supported the Iraq War and accused people like me of being unpatriotic or traitors for asking skeptical questions about weapons of mass destruction that never existed. Threats to America that were false connections to Al-Qaeda that never existed and consequences and costs that turned out to be all too real. Right now the squishy center left and the squishy center right, the whole rotten spectrum from Hillary Clinton on the one hand to Liz Cheney Adam kinzinger on the other. And now I'm throwing up in my mouth as I say their names. They want to fight Russia and we can Russia the last dead Ukrainian. They are delighted that Putin invaded Russia. They hope to trick him into doing so by constantly denying any legitimate Russian security

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Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 10 months ago

Who Is YouTuber Sydney Watson?

"Look, for those who aren't familiar, this woman, why aren't you familiar with her? She's got almost 800,000 followers on YouTube, Sydney Watson with a wire. You've got to follow her on Twitter as well. But for those crazy people who've been under a rock for a couple of years, I've known you for a couple of years, very impressed with what you do. Tell us in a nutshell, just give us the elevator pitch. What do you do and where do you come from? Sydney? Well, people are seemingly unfamiliar with the fact that I am actually Australian despite my bizarre accent, which I am trying to get back just by the way. I want to sound more like you said than the yanks that are around us. So I'm Australian originally from Australia and YouTube the United States in 2019 to basically pursue politics because Australians are by and large pretty disinterested in politics and kind of just found myself drawn into. I guess a bunch of drama in the last little while with the situation that you're referring to, which was getting screened out effectively by Jack Murphy is a real estate his name on the show is he is. I was going to mention it, but I'm so glad that you decided to mention it first because Jack Murphy is an embarrassment to anybody who has testicles. I'm not sure he does anymore, but we will discuss that. So you left at the antipodes, you came here to be involved in politics. You wanted to speak like me, which I'm sorry most people think I have a South African accent that really annoys me. But what have you been doing for the last three years? And how have you been surviving COVID and tell people about what you do? Because your comment, you are like the long form version as far as I'm concerned, of libs of TikTok and you're not anonymous. Your brave woman who has these amazing films where you react to the insanity of the left. Am I misrepresenting you? Tell us, tell us your mission. We've got 3 million listeners plus the viewers. What is Sydney Watson about? Well, that is a fantastic question. I guess growing up by a bunch of penal colony kind of made me realize that freedom is really important. And I actually have my mom to thank for that viewpoint because she's from Ohio originally and she is just this badass gung Ho woman that really, really cares about preserving what we have in the west and I think that's awesome. And so growing up in that environment, of course I was like, well, I hate people. So what is the easiest thing that I can do that revolves not really revolves around not really interacting with them too much and journalism kind of came to the forefront. And so when I moved to America, I really wanted to pursue being able to bring ideas to people that they might not otherwise have access to in like a fuller

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Victor Davis Hanson Analyzes Vladimir Putin's Escalating Nuclear Talk

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Victor Davis Hanson Analyzes Vladimir Putin's Escalating Nuclear Talk

"Sir what do you make of his escalating nuclear rhetoric You think it's a bluff I mean again a lot of folks miscalculated with a lot of experience dealing with the region who thought as I said before he would just stick with the eastern region of Ukraine and not go any further That clearly was not the case Given a black swan event like a nuclear attack it's not the type of thing we can just cast off and disregard Your take on why he's escalating the nuclear rhetoric Oh I think he realizes that in every incursion invasion the key to whether you win or lose or borders and we lost in Vietnam because of the Ho Chi Minh trail in the Southeast Asia supply depots We had a tough time We don't really last map down us down because of the Pakistan border in Iraq Syria and Iran Anytime you have that fluidity and you can be resupplied you're not going to win And he's looking at the statistics it's in many thousands now of javelins and sams that have been sent in there and you look at that picture of that convoy and in theory those jobs that new improve can hit something that over two miles and the guy could be in the forest beyond the flanking infantry guards of that convoy and take out a lot of vehicles if they have that many of them So he's thinking well I've got to get this over with and when and these people we've got four NATO countries that are that are going to stop me And so I'm going to threaten a nuclear strike on the west but when you look people have remarked about the look of these generals when he said that I don't know if that's indicative of a thing but I think yeah I don't

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 How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 1 year ago

How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021

"Supporters supporters of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong pro pro democracy democracy new new cider cider reacting reacting with with dismay dismay after after two two of of its its former former editors editors were were charged charged with with sedition sedition and and denied denied bail bail the the standard standard online online pro pro democracy democracy news news outlet outlet one one of of the the last last openly openly critical critical voices voices in in Hong Hong Kong Kong has has said said it it will will cease cease operations operations and and lay lay off off all all of of its its staff staff following following a a police police raid raid on on its its offices offices and and seven seven arrests arrests police police say say they they will will prosecute prosecute the the company company for for sedition sedition it's it's another another sign sign of of a a wider wider crackdown crackdown on on dissent dissent in in Hong Hong Kong Kong outside outside the the west west Kowloon Kowloon magistrates magistrates court court runs runs and and she she and and the the chairman chairman of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong journalists journalists association association said said he he was was disappointed disappointed with with the the court's court's decision decision to to deny deny bail bail in in charge charge former former editors editors trump trump who who Quinn Quinn and and Patrick Patrick lamb lamb with with one one count count each each of of conspiracy conspiracy to to publish publish a a seditious seditious publication publication U. U. S. S. secretary secretary of of state state called called on on authorities authorities to to release release the the detainees detainees and and his his Canadian Canadian counterparts counterparts at at her her country country was was deeply deeply concerned concerned police police released released Cantonese Cantonese pop pop singer singer Denise Denise ho ho a a Canadian Canadian citizen citizen and and activist activist others others under under arrest arrest included included former former lawmaker lawmaker and and her her husband husband a a former former editor editor at at apple apple daily daily whose whose publisher publisher media media tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai is is also also jailed jailed on on sedition sedition charges charges Hong Hong Kong Kong leader leader Carrie Carrie lam lam told told reporters reporters that that inciting inciting people people could could not not be be condoned condoned under under the the guise guise of of news news reporting reporting I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king supporters supporters

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Phil Kerpen Comments on NY Gov. Kathy Hochul's Latest Mask Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Phil Kerpen Comments on NY Gov. Kathy Hochul's Latest Mask Mandate

"You Phil Kathy hochul who is incredibly the selected governor of New York having people yearn for the days of Andrew Cuomo again which is quite bizarre Cavi Ho just a few hours ago issued a new mask mandate because in northeastern states that is supposed to be paragons of virtue in dealing with the coronavirus Are having a bit of a seasonal outbreak which we all predicted Phil how many times are we gonna smash our heads against the counter with these mask mandates and pretend these things are working I mean am I crazy here but I'm asking you a simple question If masks work then why aren't masks working Am I missing something No I think that that sort of high level common sense would help a lot of some of our political officials were willing to recognize error I mean I think that New York they're dealing with something now that's called winter and for whatever reason they didn't seem to anticipate that that would happen this year And look I mean we've got Dan you've seen all the studies There are million studies the masks that he's either say they do nothing or they help like 5% 10% And if you're in a big wave they might as well be zero even if it is a little bit because you're going to come into a contact at somewhere one way or another And I just think that at this point almost two years into it this idea that somehow government can impose policies that are going to prevent people from being exposed to a virus that I think it's pretty obvious everyone's going to be exposed to It's just a complete insanity that this is still going

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Back to Normal? Biden Wants 97% of the Country Vaccinated

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Back to Normal? Biden Wants 97% of the Country Vaccinated

"Got the johnson and johnson vaccine. I i'm not. I'm not entirely comfortable with a pfizer or during a booster or the pfizer. Busa booster by johnson. They do two different things. So i can't imagine in my layman's brain. How that's okay but it's my choice. I'm going to decide what to do about a vaccine nut. Kathy ho cl-. I'm going to decide what to do. Not buy and unfortunately there are aspects of life. the mask mandate that on airplanes. And i fly a lot. I travel an awful lot. I guess we're stuck with it. Because according to king george this is gonna be around forever. According to king george. We're not going to be normal as a country until we reach ninety seven to ninety eight percent vaccinate vaccinated americans. I got a news flash for your king george. That ain't ever going to happen. We are never going to get to ninety seven to ninety eight percent vaccination but that doesn't seem too slow joe king george biden down.

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Democrats Are Proud to Fire America's Everyday Heroes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats Are Proud to Fire America's Everyday Heroes

"Holy cow. i mean. i'm looking around watching the reality in our lives and one of the reality. I mean look at what's happening and coming at us from all directions. We're fiery nurses who don't want to get a vaccine. We're firing cops who don't want to get a vaccine. We're firing teachers who don't want to get a vaccine now in my world and i'm a simple guy. Teachers cops nurses healthcare workers in pandemic. Those are our heroes and we're firing them and and they're proud of the democrats are proud of their firing nurses in new york and the governor the lunatic governor who is worse than cuomo. I didn't think anybody could be worse than cuomo. But this ho character. Oh she's a nut.

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Executive Editor of The Federalist, Joy Pullmann, on the Amazon Web Crackdown

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Executive Editor of The Federalist, Joy Pullmann, on the Amazon Web Crackdown

"We haven't you guessed from the federalist she is executive editor joy. Poelman welcome to america first. Thanks for asking me so guys. You've gotta follow lady on twitter at joy pullman. You've got to read the articles at the. Federalists going to bookmark the federalist first things first. I couldn't believe the article you just published as if parlor wasn't a less than enough for everybody. Could you tell us what the latest intricate development is with amazon. Their web services and Sites like patron and substitute joy. Well i mean. Put it simply Amazon web services as a as a web hosting service that controls forty percent of the internet in the world and they reportedly a ho spe- Supposedly independent sites Patriarch and sub stack. Which are basically kind of ways. No ideally for independent creators to find an audience and get paid from them. I think most listeners would be familiar at least with one of those two Anyway writers reported last week Before labor day weekend that the company basically is planning to content cracks down To you know more strictly enforced basically their thought police policies In that would put sites like those in the crosshairs so we're not talking about trying to identify and track child pornography or jihadi terrorists. What are we talking about his joy money. We've seen amazon do this before. So as you mentioned they were fame. Infamously the folks who picked parlor off and they also have been behind a number of other Significant platforming just like twitter just like facebook. Basically you know what what we see. Is that when internet giants get too much control over speech they use it to shut people down absolutely and guys if you haven't learned their lesson yet if you're a conservative who's building built some kind of platform fuel using amazon. You might as well just burn your money

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"ho" Discussed on The Rell World

The Rell World

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"ho" Discussed on The Rell World

"Welcome everybody to another episode of the row world. I have the privilege I have the pleasure in the privilege to have my brother. My man one hundred grand. Darren in the builder. You are bro. I wanted to have some fun with this episode I've had like a lot of sort of heavy things or topics that we've touched on nepad and i feel like we haven't had a chance to just for lack of a better term. Shoot the shit in a while. This is one of my favorite things that used to happen on the job but in podcasts actually shot my shot mill hill. This week where i'd center a whole bunch of tweets lay himmy outlay. It wasn't what you think I'll keep it a book. She was actually one of the original people that made me. Wanna start podcast really. She had a podcast called a his and hers with. Mike will love you because that was that. The jalen rose report were the first to podcast. I rooted to listen to religiously loved. Both of them are waited on episodes. His hers didn't actually. I'd say probably would drop them like maybe every other week or And it was a different time where you know like now. Everybody has a schedule. We come at hard and heavy. But i really loved the chemistry. They had and so as i'm listening to listening to it. I'm like yeah jamal hill. Starting a podcast network. Well she's going to start something one. I see if she that. I could work with her. Just going to be honest One of the reasons that i thought it would be cool. Even i'm gonna probably get shipped blocked. It's an all women's network. So i'm assuming it's going to be run by women worked on by women and especially black women or maybe women of cutler put you know since he's black. I noticed something she wanted to do. But like i was saying. I decided to shoot my shot. She was good I did not get a response. A few people tweeted at her said that i'd be a great guy I've been asset to the team. Yada yada yada. So i'm going to keep sending the same tweet every single day until i like forget about it. I copied it to my notepad. My ideas like maybe one of these times show see because you know she gets hundreds of thousands of hits dale even it was that may be on collateral. Yeah like joe jamail come onto the podcast show late. I wanna hear you say fuck it. I'm bothered go off when you're rants I wanna hear oldboy. Blake whose husband now so like i've really been a fan for a really long time crazy when ahead their show. Espn app Michael kept asking about do. Yeah she's like. Yeah what's going on with your boy yes. I think that's cool when you turn the times back and look at things like that and it just shows you an appreciation for what you are where you've been so sort of in a spirit of all of that I thought i'd do a few different things this week one. I wanted to talk about how one. I'll ask you this before i even start. How do you define a ho. Ho can be a man or woman but what defines a ho to you. If you were scared to answer that. I will give you a definition that i have proceed. Okay here's how i personally define a ho. I don't care how many people that you've had sex with. I don't care sort of what you do in the bedroom. I consider being a ho doing sort of like Let's say like it's something that may potentially get. You punched them off. I will give you an example if you are a man and you have sex with multiple women. Everybody gets pregnant. That's some ho shit. I look at somebody like nick cannon where i'm not trying to judge and be like all righteous because we've all never been where he's been but like coniston some whole shit you got like six or seven kids at the same time it's kinda some host should If you happen to be a woman. Here's something i will get killed for. If you engage in some activities that are similar to that. I also believe that some shit make if you have to go to maury povich edge or jerry springer to find out the father or the paternity of your child kind of some ho shit and it's not because you had sex with multiple people. It's because you can't pinpoint what you did to actually have a child. Probably okay so now that i thought about that. Got that out there. I am thinking about different whole shit or like maybe like activities. That have happened in my lifetime. I can think of one specific instance. I am the really get into it story. Tom painting the picture. I had moved back from l. a. I had an ex girlfriend who lived in. Dc Who's always been with. The shit's just gonna keep it real. That's her always been down for shit. I did not ask for this situation to happen. But i was a very willing participant. I was dating a young lady at the tom who came over my house. This young lady brought some luggage over because she will bring like bags and stay for a couple of days now a tow bag or you mean actual luggage luggage weekender. Like she would come over. She would like do her hair do her nails like she would have this whole little process. That would be something that she would do so she'd the bag was heavy. It wasn't just a light bag so she would usually come over like maybe friday and saturday stay till monday. Go straight to work. So we spend days together This particular day was a sunday. She got dressed up. Wanted to go and have drinks with her home girl so she leaves the crib. Sus like yeah. I'll be back later me. i cool. I'm minding my business plan. Call duty great night. Things are going well. I'm shooting little white kids. They're really upset. All of the ones that wanted to call me the n word they got it. I i was feeling real good about myself right out of the blue. I get a call from my ex-girlfriend. My hey what are you doing. I am chilling my politics playing call of duty. It's great night just like. Do you mind if i stopped by really quickly Okay like i'm thinking something is wrong so She said that she was in the neighborhood so she already had like an idea in her. Mind planet of something that she wanted to happen now The young lady who was at my house her clothes and shit our in my bedroom by bag in my bedroom ex girlfriend is like yeah. I just had a rough day. I'm just gonna need to get a orgasm. Real quick was good. I couldn't really get out that leg. Joe i have a whole situation here like that. This isn't something that. I would like to participate in komo. I did not know like she was in my house when she tells me that this is what she wants like. There was no like we're discussing this beforehand. it was just like yeah like. She ran up in the crib. Like my room is a mess. Let me run upstairs. Quicken straighten up. You've come through new kind of buildings. I live in concierge build and they let people up like i didn't think she was just gonna run into my bedroom like we were. She's telling me this as she sitting on my couch in the living room so Short.

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