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The 3 Magical Benefits of Tea Tree Oil
"Present-day research has validated. The long held belief that tea tree oil can help heal and soothe our skin. Here's dermatologist. alex rosen hagen. The three most important features that make tea tree oil beneficial for our skin are one. It's anti inflammatory. Meaning can help reduce redness irritation and swelling to its antibacterial antiseptic meaning can prevent or treat some infections and three it can work as a solvent which can help break up buildup of oil dirt or debris clogging your pores all that in mind. It's no wonder tea tree. Oil is often used to help. Treat breakouts as dr. An agency said tea tree. Oil is anti inflammatory meeting. It can help. Shrink pre existing pimples on the spot in twenty fourteen duchess to be meghan markle total lord that she always carries teacher. You'll with her when she travels saying quote. It's not the most glamorous thing but if you get a cut a mosquito bite a small breakout no matter it is. It's my little cure. All
Janmark Has Hat Trick to Lead Vegas to Game 7 Win Over Wild
"The golden knights finally eliminated the wild on their third try earning a six two victory in game seven Mateus yeah mark registered his first career hat trick to help the knights earned the right to take on the avalanche in the second round Max patch ready made his series debut and snapped a two two tie seven forty four into the second period Nick Hagen Zac white cloud also scored for Vegas and Marc Andre Fleury made nineteen saves in his eighty fifth playoff victory Florian's now three playoff wins shy of tying Billy Smith and ed Belfort for fourth all time Zachary saying Carrillo capris I've scored for the wild I'm Dave Ferrie
FBI arrests Arkansas man from photo inside Pelosi’s Washington DC office
"The FBI has arrested in Arkansas man who was photographed sitting at a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office following the storming of the capital on Wednesday. Richard Barnett was booked in Arkansas, where he remains pending a court appearance. FBI spokesman Connor Hagen says more arrests will be made across the country. Are people who instigated violence and destruction at the U. S Capitol, and we'd like to identify them. So we're urging people take a hard look at those photos. Take a hard look at those videos and give us a call. The 60 year old Barnett faces trespassing, disorderly conduct and theft
Trump makes multiple false claims in first rally since election loss
"Is expected to return to the campaign trail tonight from member Station W. A. B in Atlanta. Lisa Hagen reports. Trump is rallying in Georgia on behalf of two GOP candidates for the U. S. Senate. Georgia's Senate run offs in January could decide control of Congress. The President Trump's insistence that widespread voter fraud cost him a second term has complicated these crucial Senate races. Republican incumbent senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler have struggled to walk a tight balance. Politically, they've backed Trump's false claims that Georgia's election system is compromised, will still trying to turn out Republican voters to participate in that system. Recently, pro Trump lawyers have encouraged Republicans in the state to boycott the runoff. Since losing the election. The president has been attacking Georgia's Republican governor, Brian Kemp, for not intervening on Trump's behalf in the recount process. For NPR news. I'm Lisa Hagen.
The Pros and Cons of Study Groups
"Our first take two topic is study groups are creating study groups. We talked a little bit about using study groups as a tool at 5th week grades with dr. Khadijah Miller in episode 19 of season, two age. So now we want to share a little bit more information. So trusting and I went online to see if we could find a couple of quick links that students could go to to get more information about this because life is more than just. Okay, let's get together. There are some ways that are more or less effective for organizing your study group, for example, so one resource that we found was foul to create an effective study group and it's put online by college Raptor. So what's that? Well, that's a website for high school students actually to five colleges. So what we're going to do is a part of this series is to let you know what we think about the sources of information as well because you can't always trust everything you hear or see on the internet. I like college Raptor as a resource because their focus is on helping students. So even though providing these types of tips is not their main focus. I do think the information they provide it is totally legit. So you can check that out. We will have a link to that on the post for this episode. The other link that we will have on the post is called how students are leveraging online study groups and birth provided by US News which is a reputable news source. And so there you go to links that you guys can go to and get more information about this topic. So trusting wage. I know because we've talked about this before that you are someone who uses study groups. So what are some of the pros and cons of study groups? Okay, we can start off on a bath. It's the weekend on a good note. Okay. Phil Collins for having a study group, I would say the level of dedication and each member if some people are saying oh, why are we meeting on the weekends, This house is until Wednesday. Why can't we just meet Tuesday night and then other people are saying well, we need to study together as a group and then I want to study on my own. So I want to meet on Friday. And then how many people are saying? Well, I work Friday is Less meat Sunday. It's a lot of personalities and it's a lot of different levels of dedication. I want a group where everybody cares about their grades. That will be the first con. Okay the first challenge, right? Okay. So the second challenge with having a study group would be the actual group chat for me personally. I'm the type of person. I don't want a lot of notifications about a bunch of random stuff. I barely like to text people as it is at rather someone call me or FaceTime me. If you're blowing up the group chat where it's for a study group for a specific class. You're not talking about the class you're talking about. Hey, what's on the menu at the CAF today Hagen as I won't be in class Q sign-in don't be in the study groups and stuff like that. So the second call of your boundaries because not everybody has them and not everyone knows how to set them. So that will be the second con for me in particular for study groups. Okay on a positive note on a positive note. I love study groups off. I am the one in all the classes if we're in person. I'm passing around and she did notebook paper saying hey everybody put down your name your number and your email we're starting a study group because I'm a pass this class with or without child, but you know a class that studies together passes together. So I'd rather it be in a team environment job. A big collaborator. I like conclusion. I like for everybody to be on the same page. If I don't understand the lecture notes one day I can put in the study group say hey guys take anybody take notes in class. I have a question about blah blah blah and then if someone took notes and understood it a different way than they could help but positives and prose for a steady group one way. Everybody has different notes. Like I said before so this different interpretations because people have different learning styles to it allows you to have an accountability partner because if they you see in the group chat. Hey guys, y'all know the assignments due tomorrow and you forgot about the Senate your then immediately reminded about it and you have a person to reference if you need help with it three. It's a support system. They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, this is your village for this class. So there you go students from another student study groups pros and cons. Yep. Your chest and that was awesome. So I'm just going to sprinkle a few more factors and that you might want to think about listeners as you're forming. You're starting groups are not number one if you are shy and you think well, I don't want to study in a group or that's not your thing. Think about at least forming a group around midterms or finals or big projects number to Thursday. And then and some of this advice comes from the two articles that we mentioned you can have roles in a study group as well. So maybe one person is the person who provides the best notes, but one person is a person he pulls out the main topics that need to be focused on and somebody else takes notes or somebody else reminds people so you can set up a structure for the group and that can help to keep it going and part of that structure can also be agendas. So to trust his point about one of the cons you can organize this group as you sort of would a little organization and to help birth. To succeed and also another Point related to one of the cons and as mentioned in the articles that we link to our the numbers. So probably a good range of phone numbers is maybe three to five or six people and then that'll help you to have an easier time to coordinate and make sure everybody has a clear role and but enough people that again you may share those notes and get the benefit of the group The dressing as we wrap up here. Did you have anything else you wanted to chime in on relate to study groups my closer message for this trip would be Thursday not impossible and on the last set and you just have to be more dedicated posted on discussion board or email your classmates to set up a group chat, but it is not impossible just because you're virtual.
Emily Gorcenski - Making Nazis cry
"People might not know who you are, which would be an awful shame because you one of the coolest people ever. Would you introduce yourself. Sure My Name's Emily Sanski. I am. Anything say work as a data scientist. But also activist and as many who? Studies on tracks modern white supremacy in hate movements. Technologist hockey player. All sorts of things. So I don't know what is what does it mean to be something where somebody? Wow, that's big. That's big from the from the very beginning. I think one of the things that when I was reading about you. A lot of places at set that you're a person who is known for making that cease cry. What does that stem from? That is true so As a little bit of background I'm from Charlottesville Virginia. or at least I spent. Ten years living there. And of course, Charlottesville was the site of the infamous neo-nazi rally in two thousand, seventeen where. A terror attack happened in the TIKI torches and all of that stuff right so sort of. Stuff that we've seen all around the world. And one of the Neo Nazis that was there marching at the rally was a man by the name of Christopher Cantwell and during Tiki Torch Rally, he pepper sprayed me. Along with several other people. And? End You know he was also at the time filming a documentary with Vice News And so what happened was after the rally in the? Vice and HBO. Race to put out this documentary about what had happened they had some very dramatic footage and. Christine was featured very prominently in in all of this and talking about. How he wanted to kill more people and you know showing off his guns and all of these things. Well, the thing is I knew who can't was and I knew that he pepper sprayed me because he posted a picture of himself pepper spraying me as his facebook header the next morning. So I went to the police and made the decision to rest charges against him. and. When he found out that there is a warrant for his arrest. This was shortly after the vice documentary came out with all of his bravado in his you know McKee's mount all of that. So this. News of this warrant comes out and he records himself in a hotel room somewhere in North Carolina or somewhere. Crying. On on this like stream because he's worried that he's got this this warrant for his arrest. And so this sort of very poor. Poorly intentioned little video that he produced. Of himself like sobbing, not quite sobbing but definitely sniffling. Earned him the nickname of decrying Nazi. So he became in within the span of just a few days he went from being this. You Know Big Bold Neo Nazi to this reduced hulk of a man. Who is crying because he you know got caught doing violence. And so that became a sort of a worldwide mean. And this happened because I was one of two people to press charges against him so. I've earned the reputation for making Nazis crappy, and since then I've also made several other Nazis cry for various reasons. And so I guess that is just now the reputation that I have. It's it's funny. You should say he was caught. Doing like very much promoted himself doing the line. You know it baffles the mind. This was such a bizarre sequence of events right because you know here he is somebody that went on camera and talked about how he wanted to be more violent. He was trying to be more violent. You know all of this stuff. and. Then when he acted violently, he bragged about it, you know Oh look at all the you know he calls everyone communists, of course, but all the commies that I guessed. And then he gets caught doing it and then he's like, oh no, there's consequences for my actions. Any cries. But it didn't end there right because. Sensible people when facing forty years in prison as he was. Would Shut their mouths but he did not know he started he continued recording his podcast from jail. And then when he was let out on bail. Despite having literally admitted to pepper spraying me. He then sued me and my co defendant or CO complaining rather in Federal Court. So there is a federal lawsuit against me. For claiming that he pepper sprayed me. Of courses lawsuit eventually went away. It was fine. But it I mean the tied up year life and as a result of this and as a result of his. Many. Attempts to to silence and intimidate me and I actually had to leave Charlotte. So I had to leave the country. In fact, I now live in Germany And so you know the sort of. End of the story or the maybe it's not the end. But the chapter that the story is now on is that Chris can't will plate pleaded guilty to. Two counts of assault. He was let out of jail. So he didn't get the forty years in prison. You got you know basically. Slept on the rest and sent back to his home but he was banned from the state of Virginia for for five years. Well, he didn't make it five years because now he's sitting in a New Hampshire. Jail. Awaiting federal charges where he is now facing thirty two years in prison for extorting. In violently threatening. Another fellow nutmegger.
Andy Samberg on New Movie 'Palm Springs'
"Visit Popcorn with Peter Travers. This is N.. December who is in. You're not going to see a more fun and more well. You can think about things that happened in a two ident palm spreads. This is you at your very best buddy, thank you good. Yeah! Thanks, even if you're living the life of misery and a pandemic. People are loving you everywhere. that's the hope you know. Obviously when we made, it was did a very different spirit, but it has somehow Hagen this new meaning with everything that's happening code and quarantining. You know having to live with yourself and figure out. What to do with life when you're kind of limited in your options. Very Limited, but you know you have your wife and dawn rights. You're not alone in this world. True I, much better off than my character Niles in realize. So I want you to before we start this. Explain to people what comes springs really is about. Their. Did you alive the movies basically? Tell you this. When I when I received the script one of the main reasons I wanted to make it was so. We could shoot in Palm Springs. And I was going to be able to bring the family up there and staying love. You know rental home. In hang their go to Melvin. Go Dancing, and I love Palm Springs. It truly was a motivating factor and then. You know the budget was the budget. In the end we got the California tax rebate which makes it so if you say, it's an La production. At you can't leave the thirty mile zone and palm springs outside of that it became. Story all perspectives listen to you obstacle. Yeah, I know I know storing. Wow. I'm scared for you, my friend. You've got the jargon. How it's over. I'm hoping to just you know a out and just produce. That's right. You have a birthday coming up, so that will be. Down its own my thought we want to consider what I know. It's going to be a quarantine vide.
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Cops? What, about the boulevard, rate, rather than aligning ourselves with unarmed people who died? Right and I know the most people listening will know this, but. It's not this. It's never it wasn't a choice for us to. Believe that it is now we can choose what we WANNA do. Yep I was twenty? I keep seeing myself a baby. When I was twins, he at twenty, one and I was I was going to a protest. In Denmark in A. Whole, then my to refugee center whether about to send out I think it was ninety one refugees political refugees horrible. Yeah and we They blocked off the entrances to the protests, so we couldn't get in. So we sort of. Like ran through forest through someone's back yard, and and there was a military area, so you would definitely not allowed to be that. And eventually the police caught up with us and the people I was with. Had often been in protest. I'd never done anything like this before. So my friends immediately lay down and put the hands on stuff that has they're all role light and We all stood up and they. Didn't change. Excuse. We used to be so so white and then. The hands behind the heads and lying on on the ground, redoing its just the police. and. Then the police officer was like. What's your name as oh? My name is so Hagen an ice. And this is, it sounds like was everyone thought? Everyone still thinks that I was making a joke, but I said. What's your name? and IT IS A. Don't refresh with me and I was like what would I was just asking. You name like we're missing. In my head, it was such like well. He said it's take care of me like he's because of justice and. At one point, he then said to me. He said I wish we'd fucking unleash the dogs on you and I said I don't think you're allowed to say that set. So. I so convinced that I cannot believe it, and that is set and I I understand like the. Amount of privilege you just even be able to tell that story like that. Yeah, but I didn't at the time. I could not believe that it wasn't the way I'd been told. I could not believe that. It's not even just about. It's even just realizing the everyone's human. This is standoff with like it's like the moment you realize that some of the people you went to school with whom you saw vomited in an in their own shoe, and now teaching kids at school. Right when you realize everyone's human, and that means the police, a human, which means the police are not automatically. Better people more aware of things and actually now we're learning a lot of US learning letter. White people are learning. That the police are actually actively. Racist and six quite a long time to get from. You know twenty year old. You big me now realizing that Holy Shit the people that we and I think we want to thank the good guys because. We think that when we're in trouble. That's the only place I can call. So what do I do? If does that mean I'm never safe if they're the bad guys. Yeah I mean it's really. Challenging rate because I feel like there's a bunch of things happening at once right one. Is that like there are? A lot of you know like right or wrong like where we are at is that there are a lot of white folks coming to this issue sort of for the first time. In a real way right now who are grappling with it at a next level beyond sort of like hearing about a story of digging, it was unfortunate and maybe signing petition, and maybe you know what I mean like changing your profile picture on something, but there are a lot of white folks now who are like Oh wait a minute. And it feels Really hard and challenging. To figure out how.
Dragon’s Lair movie coming to Netflix, with Ryan Reynolds starring
"Reported by the Hollywood reporter Net flicks has reached a deal to attain the rights to adapt dragon slayer the hit nineteen eighty three video game that combined the technology of the laser disc with the Arts Islands of Don Bluetooth net plan the adaptation for a live action feature linked take on the property a company in talks with Ryan Reynolds to not only star but helped produce it so long as the talks keep going. The plan is for Reynolds to produce with his company maximum effort with widely Trevor Angleton. A Gary Goldman John Prom Roy and perhaps most excitingly to get fans of the game is Don blew himself is on board Produces well the script will be written by David Kevin Hagen? Their work includes the lego movie crews to and scary stories to tell them the dark so to good
"hagen" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Shot a difficult shot by Hagen as the defenders closing out on him seventeen to twelve in favour Brainerd over more it's tough shot in the lane by Conner powers running floater nineteen to twelve Brainerd over Morehead lake Walt all drives get it over to feeding he picks up his dribble gets it back up top our money resets meeting with the ball born in Almaty drives baseline pump fakes get to shut up no good rebound brought down by Brainerd Rainer moving it up quickly gets to the corner drives kicks it up top three pointer on the way off the front rim no good rebound comes back to Davis Davis drive no call no charge no blocking father picked up by Blake Walsall just about ten and a half minutes ago here in the first half excuse me wait while the offer three from deep good putting the lead to four nineteen fifteen in favour Brainerd over Morehead nice defense my hands up top still by Blake Walsall the switch of the deep it's a limit of his own their lake drives the middle kicked to the corner I'll Ahmadi drives baseline try to get their hands too hard into the hands of Feeney Blake.
A thrilling naval rescue off the coast of Nova Scotia
"When things start to go wrong on the open ocean sometimes they go really wrong really quickly. We make really good boats. We have state of the art navigation systems and we have all the emergency measures in the world to prevent disaster still. We don't belong there. The Sea is not our turf. And if you've ever seen a movie about a nautical disaster it's not that far off from reality about a year ago off the eastern coast of Canada. Things went really wrong really quickly. And all that state of the art technology wasn't working when that happens the boat and its crew can't do much outs but put out an emergency distress call and pray that somebody answers it and that those people are close enough to help and if they're really lucky at the ships that answer. The call are part of the Royal Canadian Navy and are prepared to undertake one of the most dramatic. Rescues that you'll hear about outside of a Hollywood pitch meeting. This is the story of that rescue. I'm Jordan he throwing. This is the big stars. Nick Taylor busy of Maclean's chronicled the whole dramatic tale. An hello first of all what is the McKenna McKenna is a forty nine foot yacht. It's called the Hanse four ninety five. It was on the inside of beautiful boat. I don't know a whole lot of boats but I saw some photos Of the cabin and it was decked out you could wash dishes on that thing you could sleep very comfortably and you could sail the high seas. It's a fairly rich person vessel. Yeah I mean it's the kind of you buy when you have some money to buy a boat. So what happened to her well The owner of the boat was named John Hagen. He's a surgeon who lives here Toronto. And he asked a broker who is in the area where he should by boat so John and the broker whose name was pat sturgeon Had A few conversations and they found the McKenna in Greece. In this Mediterranean port called left us their mission was to buy the boat and then find a way to get her to Canada. How do you get a boat to Canada when you buy it overseas? I mean I guess. There's an obvious answer to that question. Well Yeah I mean you you usually on the water but there are a few options you can. You can bring a boat over in a container ship shipped almost package kind of thing or if you want to maybe save a little money depending or have a little more flexibility you can hire skipper to get on that boat. Hire a small crew and take it where you want. And this is what he did. And that's what he did. So tell me. But the the captain and the crew and and I guess what Rupert Mondro does because this is a job that I didn't know existed. It's an unbelievable story. How he started doing what he's doing he was born in South Western. England in Devon Place called barnstable. He was a trained actor at one point. He had his own company. He went bankrupt. He told me at the age of Twenty Eight. He was Drifting around I think thinking what do I do next at that point and so he got on a boat and loved. It started sailing and eventually he started delivering goods because he was very good. Skipper and so twenty five years. He did that until the he was he was hired to bring the McKenna across the Atlantic But he he's just a natural born c fair when you talk to him about it You know it's it's like he was born on the water and the way people talk about him is a remarkable. They say it's almost as if he doesn't need instruments he he can sail the seas just by sort of you know putting his finger in the wind and saying little now the waves are gonna come this way so we better go this way and You know he has autopilot. And all the fancy instruments but He's he's been spent the latter half of his life Just having fun sailing boats around the world and he's gone almost everywhere so he captained the McKenna taking it. I guess from Greece to Canada. Yeah he he brought crew And a cook And in October of two thousand eighteen they they met in in Greece and they spent a few days. They're getting ready Inspecting the boat making sure everything was in working order. It was by all accounts. A beautiful boat the McKenna was in very good condition and And ready for the voyage. He said By text to John. The surgeon Looking wonderful we're GONNA get going and so. They sailed through the Mediterranean. They had to stop in Italy everywhere. They talked with scenic about away but they stopped in Italy to fix a a steering problem fixed. It kept going. Stop at Gibraltar for a little while whether stopped them from going much. Further few days finally got onto the Azores which was the final stop before the Atlantic crossing Weather stop them again. There's a lot of weather in the late fall in the North Atlantic relatively treacherous waters so They were waylaid for for a while and It it took them quite a bit of time to get from Greece to the stores But then in November they set sail for Halifax what happened well. A lot of bad things happened relatively quickly The the treacherous weather caught up with them again. Rupert had this satellite phone that he borrowed from another sailor and he was able to get weather reports on sort of four or five hour delays. So he would check the forecast and based on what it said he would. He would steer the boat in a different direction. There was a big weather system coming in a big low pressure system from the South who was moving north and he and his crew. We're GONNA try to beat it to the north and they almost got there when you when you look at some of the screengrabs. They have of the of the weather patterns but they didn't quite make it and we're caught in this little arm of what they all refer to everyone involved in this as a hurricane. It was not a named hurricane but it was hurricane-force winds and it had this little arm whipping around and got caught in it and It for twenty four hours totally ravaged the boat crew was hunkered down The waves were were roaring. The wind was ripping through the rigging of the masks on On the on the boat and they were I mean they were they were rolling safely but quite violently through huge waves the kind of waves that you would see in big bad blockbuster movies you know. Not Maybe not the biggest of the big but huge so The weather data and they and they survived that The boats survived intact. They didn't capsize anything. Like that. But When it was safe to emerge in sort of inspect the damage rupert who Never saw probably couldn't fix came out and saw problem he almost couldn't fix because Man It was. Just it was torn. The steering was broken. The rudder was at a place it took some real Seafaring ingenuity to even get the boat. Operable again he and they kept going well. The steering quadrant was broken. The the the sort of mechanism that connects the rudder to the autopilot into the anything you need to actually change direction in the boat. He had to flip it around and turn it one hundred and eighty degrees the steering quadrant and then welded into place. Not Welding really. He had a cables and whatever it was at its disposal that would keep things together and worked. And so he I think the cruise airing macgyver. I got yeah he really was a seafaring macgyver and I think the crew was stunned They they were texting as well back to John. The surgeon who was a little helpless at this point in probably starting to feel a little guilty by boat is in the middle of the North Atlantic Middle North Atlantic. And his crew. That I sent. There's with it in. Oh my God we can even do and so. He was getting texts. They're saying we're pretty sure Rupert Scott under control because he's a pretty you know stoic. Man and And he did and they kept going and then well and then I hit more weather goodness. It never really stopped. They were chugging at this point as fast as they could to Halifax where the boat was gonNA spend the winter before coming to Toronto in the spring but more weatherhead This time the forecast racist dead wrong it. It misled Rupert and And his crew and they found themselves overtaken by a storm that I don't think was hurricane force but was nevertheless the kind of thing that would damage a boat. That's already been that's already damaged it just. His ingenuity was Was unfortunately Somewhat beaten down two to nothing by the storm so they found themselves once it had calmed a little bit and they were able to assess the situation adrift at Sea. What do you do in a situation like that? Well in this case what you do. Is You look for boats in the vicinity of your of your boat? Anybody who can help. You is a savior and fortunately for the McKenna. There were two Canadian navy ships. Who happened to be coming home from a mission a training mission in And War Games in Europe and they were only about eight nautical miles away from the McKenna. When everything went Super Ri- so rupert the captain got on the radio with Peter McNeil the captain of HMCS glaze Bay talked a little bit and Ships turned towards the McKenna it was glaze. Bay and HMCS summerside two coastal defence vessels. Which are two of the smaller ships in the fleet? But by comparison to the McKenna they were quite large and probably looked a you. Know a welcome sight to about adrift without any ability to really go anywhere on. Its own power and then they rescued them and it was no problem. In the story is over everything's Peachy The ship came and they just pluck them out. No it was really difficult. The story of this rescue is the stuff of a movie. This podcast will be right back after a really quick message. Can you guess the average dollar amount Canadian households have in savings according to the most recent data? It is just eight hundred and fifty two dollars now. The recommended rate of savings in Canada is ten percent and traditionally Canada's historical rate has been around seven point five percent last year though. It was one point seven. That doesn't sound like a lot because it isn't it can be hard to save today for people who are often carrying debt. It can be even harder in fact thirty nine percent of Canadians right now of all ages. Don't think they will ever save enough for retirement. So how do you save when there's not much there to start with? You need a plan
Shady Deals at Trump Properties
"President surrounds himself with criminals? His campaign chair. His deputy campaign chair is former national. Security Adviser you. You get the picture and as a rule if you're a politician that kind of thing isn't generally a great move but it does offer one surprising benefit when one of those folks turns turns on you you can point to their own shading dealings and say what anyone trust this person and as the president has defenders go after Parnasse repeating the same. You can't trust him line or I don't even know him remember. We have seen this all before with the last bag. Man Who talked about President Michel Com for about a decade Cohn was the Executive Vice President Trump Organization and Donald Trump's special counsel in September of two thousand seventeen profile of him appeared in Vanity Fair entitled. Michael Cohen would take a bullet for Donald Trump. The piece points out cones extreme loyalty to the president quote cone has been described as the sixth trump child. Or as Tom Hagen in this twisted version of the Godfather and sometimes as both Michael Cohen was the president's fixer but that relationship started to fall apart in early early twenty eighteen as news leaked out of illegal hush money payments made to women ahead of presidential election by April the FBI had redid. Cohen's office and hotel room in Hatton seizing recordings electronic devices. Initially the president was supportive of his longtime attorney. Michael lawyer who. I've always liked him respected. Most most people will flip if the government lets out of trouble sorry. I don't see Michael doing that. Despite the horrible which hunt and the dishonest media but on the day after Cohen pleaded guilty to do eight federal crimes including campaign finance violations. Implicating the president directly as an unindicted co-conspirator individual one the president trashed him quote. If anyone is looking for a good lawyer I would strongly suggest that you don't retain the services of Michael Cohen burn months later. Cohen found himself before Congress delivering a warning. I did the same thing that you're doing now. For Ten years I protected Mr Trump on for ten years and I can only warn people the more people that follow. Mr Trump as I did blindly are going to suffer the same consequences suances that I'm suffering. Michael Cohen pulled back. The curtain. On trump world in two thousand eighteen and live parnasse did that last night telling us what an absolute cesspool of conflicts flicks of interest corruption and shady characters around the President United States. We'll talk about that next today. The the FBI showed up at the home of Robert F. Hide just days after the house. Intelligence Committee released text messages. Provided by indicted Giuliani associate partners in which hide appears to be representing sending himself as actively surveilling then. US Ambassador Ukraine revanche high was told NBC News. He was drunk and unserious when he sent those tax. The question you have to ask ask yourself is how did someone like Robert. Hi gain access to the United States and the answer to that was laid out by himself told Rachel maddow how easy it is to get. Close the presents inner circle just show up at the trump international hotel in Washington DC. That's how Parnasse himself met Robert. Hi You met him where I met him at the I think the trump hotel yes trump hotel. He was a regular at the bar because it was like a breeding ground that trump hotel so it every event would be there so everybody would hang out there afterwards. Everybody all the meetings would be there. So it's basically you would see the same people every day or the same congressman that supported the president would be there and nobody else so he was a fixture on site he was always there and but he was always drunk. What you got in the stands where the trump hotel it's like one a big Cesspool and there's really hard to keep any secrets for more on that Cesspool joined by independent journalists sack efforts in the last two years staking out the trump hotel and writing up what he saw in the eleven hundred Pennsylvania newsletter and an article for Vanity Fair titled Power Tripping the swamp how trump's DC hotel swallowed Washington Zach. This is your beep deep probably more than it is anyone's beaten. I'm curious how is description. Squared with what you've been reporting over the last two years it's spot on. I mean Robert Hyde was on my radar Ariza early as April e. You look at his instagram. And they were pictures of him with the president pictures of him with the vice president all sorts of important people and for him it actually transcended ended the trump hotel. I think he was at six different trump properties. But if you want to project important you can just go hang out at the hotel and take some pictures one of the things that has struck me about about this where we are right now. The impeachment is usually it is very hard to get to the present United States and and and that's for that can be really maddening for people when you're trying to if you're working in the in the staff of the White House and you want to get the president something on his agenda. It's hard to get to him This president seems remarkably easy to get to buy all kinds of people with all kinds of agendas and it seems like his properties are the nexus of this this kind of soft corruption absolutely. I spoke to the president at the trump trump hotel. I was staying there researching one of my articles in for the cost of a nice steak dinner I was able to chat with the president which mix for really good social media posts there so if you you just you know hanging out there take your pictures with your Kevin McCarthy user Mike Pence's as they go back and forth now they're usually not upfront in the bar they're usually going back and forth from the entrance way way to private rooms but see them coming and going you can collect enough pictures and you look like you're really important and then what do you do with that really important the look like you're really important. Well well I think with Robert Heidi. He's using it to run for Congress and there are certainly some other people who are running for Congress typically Republican challengers who seem to be collecting pictures of themselves to the trump hotel. But I've seen some people move from the lobby where the lesser swamp. Thing's hang out to the back rooms and I. I don't know exactly what they're doing to get back there. But looking on social media it almost looks like that they are puffing up their importance with a lot of pictures and then all of a sudden they kind of get to be important That's interesting what. What do you mean by backrooms described it because at one point apartments talking about a private dinner with the president which I think happens there in the hotel room? What is what's the sort of distinction between the the the lobby bar in the backrooms actual important power players are so there's really two tiers if you go out in the lobby? That's where you're gonNA find you not even Fox News host but like Fox News guests are going to be hanging out there. People who really wanted to be seen in need to be seen to kind of project some sort of importance but they may not actually be that important example. Corey Lewandowski is somebody. You'll see it there rudy. Giuliani was the exception to that. But it's the back rooms. It's the trump townhouse which is where if died with dined with the president. And it's the Franklin study in the Lincoln Library where they had those private events. And that's where you'll see the mingling with special interest groups that have flown in lobbyists. Anybody can see them coming back and forth though to the main entrance which is where some of these other interactions come from and is that final question here like do like my understanding from the reporting we haven't from the disclosures that special interest groups if you're trying to get a rag changed if you're trying to get a piece of legislation like they we know that's the place to go and that's where those back room meetings happen. It can't hurt. There's absolutely no downside to booking the trump hotel now. I spoke to lobbyist obvious really early on when it was clear that hotel was going to stick around. said they're going to go there to try to influence them in response was of course they are. Why wouldn't they yeah? Search efforts in who's been covering this beaten his newsletter. Thanks a
No. 3 Clemson tops No. 22 Virginia 62-17 for ACC title
"Clubs it continues to get mileage out of perceived slights by the playoff committee Virginia the latest to feel the wrap this the Tigers finished an undefeated regular season with a dominating sixty two seventeen win over the Cavaliers it's Clinton's fifth straight ACC title Trevor Lawrence was stellar going sixteen for twenty two for three hundred and two yards and four touchdowns in just over three quarters and he admits they're still playing with a chip on their shoulders this survey is both of one more season will be our best T. Hagens cut three of those touchdown passes to finish with a hundred eighty two yards both ACC championship game records Travis ET and rushed fourteen times for a hundred and twenty five yards and a touchdown Remick Millen Charlotte
Actor Robert De Niro: Trump must be 'held accountable' with impeachment inquiry
"Do. Now Is Academy Award winning actor Director and producer. Robert Deniro. I am trying not to speak out. It is so exciting to see you. Thank thank you for being here. I want to talk about the movie in a moment but I have to first start off by asking you because of all of the events that are happening. There's going to be live televised hearings for impeachment next week. You've been very tough on Donald Trump. What do you think? What do you think that impeachment could actually accomplish? Do you think that the American people at this point having lived through three years almost at this guy are actually soup. Still surprise. -able well I just think that he if we don't go through impeachment inquiry. We're letting him get away with something he can't get away he's just you just got to move forward and take chances tactically or strategically. Might it feels you know what happens. It'll give him more ammunition later but he has done something wrong he has to pay. Hey for that. He has to be put on notice pay for it. Even if the Republicans will not finally go through with impeaching him everybody else has gone on through the symbolic motions of he has to be held accountable period. And you want to talk about the two films that you're in and just sort of make a kind of a connection here you you know. Obviously you play the guy who the moment with the man who's becoming the joker the kind of pivotal moment where he fully embraces that sort of negative identity entity is with your character but he also is Egged on by other people to do the chaotic things that he's doing where people who are angry and feel disaffected and so they pushed him to keep doing more bad things. And then your new movie. In the Irishman this idea of donald trump sort of having a gangsterism around him of of behaving like a gangster or maybe behaving at the behest of gangsters like the leader of Russia. Those things do seem to tie to him right because it is. It's is curious to me why people follow him. I'm I am completely. I have no idea why they follow him. Because he's not even a good gangster he's he can't even keep his word about anything he's I think in the real gangster world he wouldn't last long he lashed long in his own little real real estate world where he's the boss because he's the boss and he heard it all that money and he's he's a fool but in the real world he who wouldn't last long that's my feeling. Yeah it's interesting because people seem to be afraid of him but it isn't clear to me why when you ask. Why are people afraid? They're like because he'll tweet at me. Yeah he what bothers me more. What concerns me more is that someone will come along this a lot? Worse Don trump. He's just a to He's done but when you get somebody who comes along who smart. Who knows how to work it and is more material and can be sympathetic? When they need to be sympathetic he has none of that? He has not one speck of sympathy empathy for anything or anybody. So he's just stupid to she doesn't know and in a way we're lucky in a certain way we're lucky because because we can see it so clearly but as I say I'm worried generation two-three from now this is going to happen again and he will be a bit of a teacher feature of what he did wrong. This other person will feel that they can do it this way. That's what really bothers me more. I want to ask you the question. I asked everyone that I interviewed for the first book that I just did and I asked everyone. What do you think the country looks like after trump? We have a lot of making up to do reparations to to do with countries because if we don't have a president who really can show that we're we're growing up and repairing sincerely the damage. That has been done personally. I think someone like Buddha judge would be a capable of doing that young but he's got all the qualifications even even Bloomberg I think he's a grownup he's run this city for three three terms. He's grown up and he knows so he's an executive he's he hasn't done everything perfectly but he's very very good. He'll get us out of this mess because we are in one because we owe it to the rest of the world to do the right thing and we're not going to do unless we can show them that we've we've got leadership not only in the next four years after twenty twenty but after four years after that and after that yeah as a fellow New Yorker I reached out to you for your support Mayor Bloomberg. No he has a little bit. We sort of touched on an he hasn't asked asked me for. We just talk because I wanted him at one point two two run I thought he should. I was disappointed that he finally didn't but I think he sees right now that he ask the jump in because he has to jump in. Are you concerned that the idea yet. Another billionaire coming in. And saying you'll say I mean that was trump's theme trump's not a billionaire he's a fake president he calls everything else fake because he knows he's fake it projects is a classic. I don't know what you call it. Everything that he says is that negative about other things. Other people is what he's saying about himself so he he's he's a loser he he is a genuine loser hand and get somebody who's real like Bloomberg who's worth I think over fifty billion or maybe a lot more and this guy he says he's worth three something billion billion. We don't even know if he's just a total huckster hustler. Yeah and he and I think one of the things that angers him probably the most people like you people from Hollywood which he craves to be a part of your world he craves to be a part of the world of the of the females of the of the people that are actors or athletes if he wants to be a part of your world and the rejection Shen from people like you I think is one of the thing that bugs in the most. How could you not want? I mean when I was in New York before before he was doing all we want to have anything to do with him. I mean I heard he's around. He wants to take a picture do nothing to do with him. He's a fool. Everybody knew that but I mean now he he'd call up the tabloids leads and say he's the agent he called Forbes magazine. That's crazy yeah and not bought it. Yeah absolutely last night before I go to the movie. What do you make Guiliani at at the I mean I you lost his mind I think he's he's what a shame because he had something going and he just prostituted himself to work with trump? Guys of how could he do that. I I have no understanding of. How could he was a guy who used to prosecute people the Rico Act this show on and now? He's part of a criminal family is. He's the Tom Hagen. It's an amazing turn for him. Let me talk about this movie. So the Irishman was just reading a little bit about it. One of the things that I think is fascinating and I did not realize you don't process it in your mind because you've been in so many incredible movies will be so many award winning winning winning films and you've been so hard for them you Deniro de Niro Pacino. Scorsese yourself Al Pacino and Scorsese had not work together in this way before. No we when we started doing this project Monday night talked about Al playing Hoffa and it was built. It'd be a great idea. So that's how that came about and Joe Patchy and so on is the Buffalo Lena character even Joe Patchy coming back because he hasn't been in a lot of films lately lately. That's pretty exciting. It was well it was the ideal situation that I felt. We felt if we could get it. Me Joe Al Mardi Directing and people people have been obsessing over this is on aging or aging. That people are talking about where they took you back in time. I guess you'd call aging Mardi sort of I think he made up the phrase youth of available considerable public. That's pretty cool and tell us a little bit about this story. Well it's about A. I mean what what happened. Just a little backstory. We had been working on another project for many years. He wanted to get something going. Finally we came up with something about an aging retired Hitman from the west coast so Mari was showing me Old Films Jan film in Black and white as looking for the style all that he wanted to do it in and I said well. I've got to read this book that I spoke with Eric Roth a few years about one I came out called. I heard Japan houses. And it's about a hitman and so on and maybe it'll be good for research and when I read it. I said Marty we got together. I said you gotta read this because I think this is probably more like what we would want to I do. Yeah I mean the idea that you know this the lives of these characters even touch on the Kennedy assassination and providing the guns that were used to kill Kennedy. I mean this is sort of expands beyond on just the sort of unique story that you're telling yeah had a lot of is have these characters like Hoffa even Joe Gallo and the Kennedy certain size historical size to it but a very not a small but a personal story about a guy who's loyal to both people. Oh who very powerful and the dilemma. That is in actually but to me said in a very real way I can just stop by the way. He wrote the book that the dialogue at all all the scenes and everything been some people said well. You know that's not really true. That's not how it happened. But as Mardi says it's it's a story that we tell title in our way and it's not it might not be accurate though. I personally think that there's a good chance it would be accurate and if we find out later that it was somebody else happened another way. That's great do another film that back possibly but it's okay. I'd like to find out what really happened. This isn't the way it did happen. Well I can wait to see it. It's at the Balasko here. In New York. The BALASKO was a theater theater. So this is a first for the Balasko gets over one hundred years old and it. It plays eight times a week. The way of play would play. It's called show. It's not anymore but it's another movie theaters around the city around the country. Then it'll be on a Netflix. Want Robert Deniro. It's so cool talking to you. Thank you so much for being here in the new film. The Irish is playing in select theaters as we just mentioned right. Now we'll be on Netflix. In on November twenty seven th and also go see joker it's so good as well
Democrats win control of House and Senate in Virginia
"It was an election night for Democrats to remember in Virginia as they picked up at least two Senate and five house seats to gain control of both the house and Senate for the first time in a quarter century among the key races lost by Republicans the last GOP house seat in northern Virginia formerly held by Kim Hugo and the Senate seat vacated by retiring Republican Dick black Democrat John bell B. Gary Hagens to win that race high voter turnout in a late infusion of out of state cash helped push Democrats over the top but former governor Terry McAuliffe was quick to put the G. O. P. defeat at the feet of president trump for one point four miles from the White House in he could even step foot in the Commonwealth of Virginia it was a big night for us the first time in twenty six years you look at Virginia you look it can cut tacky and you look at the most we got in Mississippi it's a tough night for Donald Trump in Kentucky Democrat challenger indie Bashir beat incumbent governor Matt Bevin in Mississippi Republican Tate Reeves beat his democratic challenger by six point in a state where the Republicans won by more than thirty points four years ago in northern Virginia Democrats dominated there as well with victories for the board chair seats in Fairfax Loudon in prince William county Democrats won eight of the nine seats on the Fairfax board with long time GOP incumbent Pat Haggerty hanging on to win in Springfield the boards in both Loudon in prince William of also now swung from Republican to Democrat majorities among the winners Julie breast men the woman who lost her job after flipping off president trump motorcade in twenty seventeen she use that to successfully launch her political career and pick up a board seat in Loudon county what is this election tell us about northern Virginia it clear in Fairfax that the Republican message has failed to resonate and it is becoming more more problematic for the party with each election cycle Steven Farnsworth political science professor merry Washington says suburban demographics of change the suburbs of today I have a lot of young people and then they have a lot more racial and ethnic diversity that you saw a generation ago and that means a very different kind of politics arms worth noting GOP hopes to capitalize on the top Virginia Democrats scandals fell
Illness linked to tick bite kills former NC Senator Kay Hagan
"Former US senator Kay Hagan has died the North Carolina Democrat unseated Elizabeth dole back in two thousand eight she herself was defeated by Tom tell us in twenty fourteen he's sixty five years old had served ten years in the North Carolina state Senate she fell ill here in Washington back in twenty sixteen was diagnosed with a brain inflammation caused by a virus described as a rare infection spread from text to humans in a C-SPAN appearance three years ago okay Hagen reflecting on her time in the U. S. Senate when I got elected we had at that time twenty women in the Senate so obviously we had hit that twenty percent threshold and when you look at what that means that that really does mean we were able to pass significant legislation because we came together they say women bring to the table something different an ability to compromise and ability to stay at it until you get the job done sort of the power struggles the boss mentality is put aside what's in it for everybody and that means you're not going to get everything you want otherwise itself a win lose situation but how can we compromise how can we come together understand what these prevailing issues are but at the end of the day get something done and I think that one is what our country wants and is demanding but at the same point who's doing it the women at the table or getting it done former democratic senator Kay Hagan back in twenty sixteen for C. span twos book TV she was talking about her book titled broad influence how women are changing the way America works senator Hagen died today she was sixty five years
Former North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan has died at 66
"Months former US senator Kay Hagan has died the North Carolina Democrat unseated Elizabeth dole back in two thousand eight she herself was defeated by Tom tell us in twenty fourteen he's sixty five years old had served ten years in the North Carolina state Senate she fell ill here in Washington back in twenty sixteen was diagnosed with a brain inflammation caused by a virus described as a rare infection spread from text to humans and as he's been appearance three years ago Kay Hagan reflecting on her time in the U. S. Senate but I got elected we had at that time twenty women in the Senate so obviously we had hit that twenty percent threshold and when you look at what that means that that really does mean we were able to pass significant legislation because we came together they say women bring to the table something different an ability to compromise and ability to stay at it until you get the job done sort of the power struggles the boss mentality is put aside what's in it for everybody and that means you're not going to get everything you want otherwise itself a win lose situation but how can we compromise how can we come together understand what these prevailing issues are but at the end of the day get something done and I think that one is what our country wants and is demanding but at the same point who's doing it the women at the table or getting it done former democratic senator Kay Hagan back in twenty sixteen for C. span twos book TV she was talking about her book titled broad influence how women are changing the way America works senator Hagen died today she was sixty five
Former Democratic Senator Kay Hagan of North Carolina dies at age 66
"Former North Carolina senator Kay Hagan has died at the age of sixty six N. P. R.'s Jessica Taylor reports the Democrats health had declined in recent years he was first elected to the Senate in two thousand eight by defeating Republican incumbent Elizabeth dole but she lost reelection to Tom tell us in twenty fourteen as Republicans won the Senate majority after leaving office she was diagnosed in twenty sixteen with a rare tick borne encephalitis virus the brain inflammation disease affected her speech and physical abilities in her final years he can came from a political family her dad a mayor of Lakeland Florida your uncle was Florida democratic senator Lawton Childs after law school in North Carolina she became politically active there and was elected to the state Senate in nineteen ninety eight her family said in a statement that they were honored to share Hagen with the people of North Carolina and that they would quote miss her humor and spirit is the hub of our family Jessica Taylor NPR news
"hagen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"Talking about that because your book happy fat. It's just like this beautiful like reclaiming of the word and you were saying that that you were doing some light book promo. When did you feel like there's this kind of divide between the people that go and buy your burke and the people that like don't quite get it still. It's such a weird because as one as you know about fat activism it's so fast from the gnome in most people's has this the weirdness of people even even reaction to the word. You're like wow then. There's a long way from going no. It's an okay way to us because it's okay to be fat like that's a lot of taken for a lot of people before you can tell them all the other stuff that's also really important and it almost feels like our that's a bad analogy but i kind of feels like peo- people are still doing finger painting and you. You're that with a monet going. Can you just please hurry up because i care about this thing yeah because it's such an i mean that's not because people are next stupid or anything. It's just most of us still believe that fat is a bad thing and fat is a bad word and no one should be fat and the most people don't know what's behind that. Most people don't know that that fat phobias even a word and they don't know that everyone is fat phobic. They don't know that <hes> fat phobia stems from racism awesome and fascism and jackson stuff and most people don't know that it's that that that is what is killing fat people you know most people don't know that them saying oh have you considered <hes> <hes> just eating fewer calories and maybe exercising that every fat person has heard that a million times that's not the answer and everyone one things that fat is unhealthy and when you say it's not even when you present all of the statistics and all of the science and the studies and in the history and everything about it. They still go <hes> no no. It's unhealthy. Also this whole thing people just never seen so really realizes that even even if you're unhealthiest still allowed to be left alone and be treated absolutely well and it's just a weird thing like this is super ape elicits those people with disabilities who just cannot cannot be healthy and they not allowed to be respected you know so it's feels like such a basic thing you have to first make clear to people before before you can even start talking about the more important details of it so it is a weird when when you have studied this for so long now and read about the history and throughout throughout writing the book and all the stuff we have to delete from the book because it would be too long and complicated and and you still have someone saying ou but can you say the word fat like wow wow okay yes you can. He has a it's an okay thing to be and say i think could be a triffid. Love people and is like that is is annoying the getting in the way of like definitely attack when i when i hear i remember being called it absolutely because it's not just the word that's used used to make people feel bad. It's almost like the word in itself has become. You'd rather hear the word voldemort right like it's it's sort of the same effect of sh she you know when if you say you are fat we will go. No no no you knock. Don't you dare say that of tacit out about yourself and people who are fat who dick wouldn't even shes or rotunda all caviar larger girl or blah because you can't even say the word you know. It's such a shush. Were you only use about like people you don't like and e- if someone's evil though that is fat as well as big fat evil oh bob bastard so it's not just a bad word. It's also just can't say it. It's such a secret and everything about fads about hiding it and pretending you're not fat and wear a <hes> <hes> vertical know-how nobel stripes and wear black and well the shape wear and circa stomach in from take a picture from that angle and you you know contour your face or you look skinny and everything is about hiding hiding hiding it like do not you know it's the worst thing you can be the worst thing you can say so of course it's a hugely hugely triggering word for most people but it isn't actually it doesn't stem from anything bad in itself is neutral. I saw so again. Allegedly fat activists claimed his body positive absolutely not and one of the things was yeah. Women said that i was fat and within fat activism terms but we agree. That's not a bad thing right. Yeah woman said i was a brunette. That's not an itself a bad thing unless you think it is then it is a bad thing so yes you have to start looking at us as a descriptive thing and yeah people will probably get hit with me saying it's okay to say but we just need to. He's got over that because we can't keep treating if it's bad because it's not i literally could do five different episodes of you. Let your just such an interesting person. I think there's just so many sides to what you do that so many topics but i guess my question is because i'd read online in a bit of your show. You do talk a little bit about the comparisons between being democrat being like the cultural differences. I know that's the path the show but will else's kind of to expect. I talk a lot about the danish queen days amazing. She's incredible. She has a part time job <hes> she she smokes packs a day and doesn't give a shit. She's incredible. I don't wanna ruin it so much about her lover. I'm not a royalist when you live in another tasers undergo. What yeah the danish queen yeah i do. An impression of my mother which i think is very fun doesn't really make sense because i do it in english as you would obviously he's not speaking in english but i- reveal the actual danish accent this isn't it. It's the one i've been fleeing from. I think it's probably the best you have done. Oh you mean to say that but it is. My other two went though so good but they were not the best things i've done this. It's a journey is a funny show. It's funny is a a show in which you have to be awake because everything happens for a reason. Nothing is in there by accident. Nothing is in that that could be removed which is why when i stopped the show people don't like it. I'm like well visit because i can't change anything. It has to be this way and it's also just about and i don't really talk about why there's about memory and is about my memory in particular and it's been received very well but when there has been any kind of criticism has been that it's i think people might not believe me when i talk talk about my memory and the way my brain works and i don't explain in the show that it's because i have complex p._t._s._d. And all these other psychological issues that means that i just do not not remember things at all right so i think people that this is not relatable because this is weird. I how can you not remember the first ten years of your life yeah well. You don't wanna stand up there and be like that is because of the emotional abuse because then that's another traumatic show of mine but i can still say what my memory being so bad that i've forgotton gotten. My best friend forgot. She existed for a bit. See is a bit about that. It's but i think in general all of my shows are very much full. I think everyone can watch watch them and enjoy them but it's very much if you i think speaks to the a bit of the darkness and people because i don't think i can. I'm a scorpio construe any other part of people and this is really funny. Eh it's about sex holiday. I'm so excited. Thank you so so much speaking to me and having me genuinely i think i i would love to have you back on in a couple of months because genuinely have so much more to come back. Thank you so much and have the good addressable edinburgh zoo..
17 Inspiring Life Quotes
"Successful life. Because everybody experiences this thing. But it's how we handle it how we manage it. How we approach it. And some suffer more than others some suffer very little and some not at all. So. Seventeen quotes. Let's go number one. I think being in love with life is the key to return youth. Doug hutchinson? Number two, you only for short. Visit don't hurry. Don't worry and be sure to smell the flowers along the way. Walter hagen. Number three. A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discover the true value of life. Charles darwin. If life were predictable would cease to be life. And be without flavor. Eleanor roosevelt. Gosh. So true. Number five all life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better Ralph WALDO Emerson. Number six all of life is peaks and valleys, don't let the peaks get too high and the valleys too low John wooden. Number seven find ecstasy in life. Find your joy, find your sweet spot. The mayor sense of living is joy enough. Emily Dickenson number eight my mission in life is not milita survive. But the thrive and to do so with some passion, some compassion some humor and some style. My Angelo number nine, however, difficult life may seem. There was always something you can do and succeed at Stephen Hawkin number ten. Life is like riding a bicycle to keep your balance. You must keep moving Albert Einstein. Number eleven the more you praise and celebrate your life. The more there is in life. To celebrate Oprah Winfrey. Number twelve. The most important thing is to enjoy your life to be happy. It's all that matters. Audrey hepburn. Number thirteen. I enjoyed life. When things are happening. I don't care if it's good things or bad things. That means you're live Joan rivers. Fourteen life is short and is up to you to make it sweet, Sarah, Louise, Delaney. Number fifteen life, doesn't require that. We'd be the best only that we try best. H Jackson Browne junior number sixteen. I always like to look at Optima side of life. But I'm realistic enough to know that life is complex. No matter mall Disney. Number seventeen the truth. Is you don't know what is going to happen? Tomorrow. Life is a crazy ride and nothing's guaranteed Eminem.
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"From the safety of that place, the honesty so fi Hagen could spill out and like that it would be honesty with good punch lines all the textures like, that's that's really wonderful because I think I had very similar sort of like. Romanticism section of talk show when you were watching talk shows in Denmark with a domestically produced talk shows or are we talking about like the tonight show. I'm I don't actually remember. 'cause this must have been. Two thousand one associaton. What was what was that? Even what can I have watched Letterman? Yeah. What's? Yeah. No. Yeah. But if you guys do you did you have doing your life, some dude or lady who like had a talk show of that sort in Denmark? Not that I remember it was always Erica. But I grew up with. I grew up like I grew up watching I learned English from fresh prince of the nanny and left the nanny saved by the bell. Everything was American. I don't speak anything capably other than English in the fact that you guys are so capable of engaging on our turf when it comes to that it makes me feel very terrible. But also so appreciative. It's stems from an excessively because it says a tiny countries. No one produces anything's T puts by an American shows extensive necessity because we want to spend at Saint and that that's what that was. But I think and I think it's the same kind of. Same feeling of if you're not within the gnome of society you learnt at that. Then you learn to appreciate whatever is straightened, white and. You know because you have to cause for you. It's nothing that is you. So I don't know why link in my hat. I felt felt like you must know what it's like, maybe that would languages and TV shows. Right. You must know what it's like to have to speak. Traumatic language. Yeah. Can I ask you one more question? So when you are somebody who is being successful as a comedian in a country of six or seven million people like just that question of. Do you always have a sense? And also bringing with it specificity, your not a six foot one dude who is telling you like the thing of well, am am I for all of Denmark. Do you do you have a sense? Like, do you think in terms of what spaces you will fill within Danish entertainment or are you just like London? And then I'll go to Los Angeles. And that will be what I do. It wasn't. It's not my Pleasanton, Mike is very tricky. Because then my is generally, very, very anti feminist, generally, very loud feminist, so I like the feminists and then Denmark like me, that's my audience. So I can do shows and I can sell tickets, but this not really any TV that I am invited on. And the what I am invited on is. They just want me to talk about tweet. I did. Yeah. Seven months ago because then they get click Bates. So because the media isn't inherently feminist they will then have me onto do. I did my show. It's about my grandfather was assigned. So it's about emotional abuse. And they said how about we we invite your grandfather? And I was like what? What's? So I sat note to that. So it keeps. And then they wanted me to talk about some tweet. I did about Hugh Hefner. Yeah. And I was like no can I just please come and talk about my stand up show. And they're like, oh, no we need a hook. Whereas all the men comics go on and just a funny rate like. It seems interesting. They're not being space for specificity because like. What also what we defined specificity? You know, like being being a straight guy isn't specificity, but like in Denmark standing out, it's not good. Yeah..
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Knowing people were allowed to have a bad experience with me and not like me that'll be fine because I would have my time. Elsewhere, and there would be other people who who would like me, I think we Pallagi 's. Entertaining a lot, you know, like we pass is the need to have attention. And I do think that. You know, as I spend more time with my therapist processing, my relationship with my family. I do understand more. Why I chose a profession where I get to be heard. You know? But I also think that like that's fine. If you're able to grow up in all of the other ways, you know, like we've all met standups who can't and that's one of the other great. What are the other great things about being a stand up? The people don't think about is being a stand up involves hanging out with other standups, and so no one can be controlling or demanding of attention in that way, amongst that group of people because it would like we can't all be monsters at the same time. We we have learned to take turns being monsters. That was my main reason for doing comedy when I realized that there was a group of people like myself in front off got it. Yeah. And my wit jokes. My wiz. Just pesonality anxieties and those. No, so don't think I don't know how if it's the same in America. But you know, it's there's no pretense because you can't really because you're about to go up on stage and talk about the most vulnerable pass personality. So what are you gonna go backstage and pretends to be shitting pants on wedding. Yeah. I mean, leaving behind the safety of normalcy is like so so important, I think one of the real dangers is people getting in LA at least people getting famous and then wanting to have the security of normalcy. And I stand up at its best is saying like. Like, we've all shit ourselves at some point in time and Lank, you know, conventional society, one of the things we do not talk about it. And we have chosen to publicly talk about it. And there's something so nice about having that on the table. And there's something so annoying about someone on the internet thing. Did you hear Sophie, Hagen shit or self? What's her problem? It's like calm down. Yeah. Yes. Such it's such. The reason why well it's not even just as a reason why people are on stage. But this recently, everyone does whatever they do. You know? Yeah. Comedians this job. That's strange jobs, a strange. Yes, I do like. You say therapy. Do you enjoy the process of someone digging into your past and your psyche to find out why do the things you do? I think so like we are also reflective for a profession, you know. And so it is a little bit weird going in to therapy. And like just he he went up just. You do most of the work yourself because you're doing that all the time, and it is wonderful to have this other person be like, hey, stop. And I mean therapy is really having one designated heckler here, you know, who is like empowered until two like to Hackel. And my dude there are ways that. He's very he's he's also a gay guy. But he's very different from me in so many ways and having his perspective. I think is really valuable to step back in question. The things that I've prioritized, you know. You know, are you are you in therapy? I've heard I've heard people say it's not good. That talk therapy is useless and cognitive behavioral therapy is the only thing that really works. But like I like my dude. And I think so I mean that that's the peasants thing. Isn't it? Like that's always helped for me, and I can feel it physically helping feel the feeling of relief. She says something and I'm like, oh my God. Everything makes sense. Yeah. Been therapy since I was sixteen over almost fifteen years. Hi should have been done. But my my cousin had this forget, let's call. It was like full letters. Like look at someone's finger something and then they'll ask you a question. And then you say something, and then apparently that way to deal with trauma. The. Yeah. And there's there the flashing light things and stuff like that. I don't understand how that worked Sunday had about..
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"But I realized that when I was like seventeen I was like holy shit. I've been holding onto this like truth in my brain for years and years, and it's only been in the last like couple of years that I've like really gone back, and like looked at that with my therapist, and I tried doing what is it? Call them. EM DR is just had like I literally found by that like five days ago, and since then a thousand times it's too if the latest craze. But I think I think it might work in parts of it definitely worked. I started working on it with my therapist before I left Massachusetts. So like, I grew up in Massachusetts and then to Kansas in the last like year, but she basically so you like just close your eyes or keep them open. Probably keeping the type I was doing and you have to like, watch your therapist, fingers move back and forth. And then just let your mind go wherever it goes. And then she says what came up. And then you just you just allowed to say whatever it was. And I'm like, well, you know, it didn't it didn't really make sense. It has to do with my trauma. She's like just tell me it probably does. Oh shit. Did it then? Oh, yeah. Oh it. Was like hypnosis. No, it's just like. I don't I'm not the greatest would like science. Basically, it's something about the neural pathways in your brain in. How you like make connections between certain things like they're like saying what I started job in an I fuck up at work or something. I'm like, oh, this is because I'm a failure things. And that's like a connection that your brain just like make so easily and there's something about the combination of looking at movement. Letting your mind wander, but then like talking about it intensely and making new connections that you're like oh shit. Like this actually is because of that time when I was a kid and once you're able to like put it all into perspective able to make new pathway that are like, hey, I'm not a failure. I just like have a hard time trying new things sometimes like, that's okay. Have you always been good at like introspection? I always been good at what I don't know. If this is a word if I've made it up introspection. Oh, no. That's the word. I think if I think isn't that part of being Scorpio like I love you for saying that. I think that like, yeah. I've always been like reflective. And I think obviously therapies like the best part of being able to have somebody on the outside. It's like here's a direction to go with that. Instead of just keeping it all in like, letting yourself become a depressed IMO mess, which was a lot of my teenagehood. So when did you? Okay. So those the fatness those the an amusing yo wet now gender fucked up nece. Yeah. And you sexuality that's a lot of. Oppression. You have swinger or let of discrimination a lot of like. What how even? Hard. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So your process from how can I ask how you and going to be twenty seven on Sunday? Oh, oh, you have calls 'cause you okay. So you process with. You seem happy happy. Yeah. When how did that happen? I'm living the dream, so vegan also just can't can't call you. So you have to be Sophie Hagen. Yeah. I mean, I've done a lot of work, and it continued to do a lot of work, and I'm just like really committed to like. Saying fuck you to the world that wants to make me feel like shit about myself, and I have hard days. I really do. Like, I'm not this habit over time. Which is what I'm trying to like figure out how to show the internet because I feel like it's important for everybody to see that. It's not all like hurts amoeba all of the time..
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"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Well, I feel like one one thing I've the one thing I'm learning I have learned in this life is that you can't hang onto things and anything that gives you a sense of security or. What's the word? I can't think in this Sada civilians. Yes. The -bility anything that gives you a ledge to stand on, you have to let go of it. You have to jump off of it. So in a weird way, the musical has become this thing that I feel like I now have to let go of the this is my passed. It's my childhood. It's tempting, you know, I could probably milk it and go around talking about it a lot more than I do, but I have to really just kind of let it go off on its own. I think haven't quite gotten there yet, but I think I, I need to. Are you at right now in your life? Not even what Weiss. Just. From being in this. Sweated this much in my life. Sauna way you just you sound consent. I, I want to be content. I, I'm, I struggle with my creative process a live. I it's my goal is to get into some kind of flow some kind of atonement with myself. And I, I think I'm getting close to it. Of course, creativity is never. It's not always like that. You have moments like that if you're lucky and for me, they're kind of hard to get to. So I'm hoping I feel like I'm getting close. The last question to ask you is stolen this from my own has, but it is my hair question. So there's an hour does this? Okay. Okay. Do you have just been bone? You allying the arms of yourself now you holding yourself now as a baby? Yeah. What me and crying, tiny, crying and crying because there's lights and sounds everyone's very scary. She was just in this and now everything seems like it's too much. She's crying and you have to, you know what's going to happen the next years of this baby's life. You know, it's going to be a lot of lights and sounds, but it won't be silence it'll be. Death and confusion, and all of these things you've been through. So you can say something to baby you. That might make feel. Less like crime. You can't change if you're treadle, but you can say something. Teeny, tiny, baby. Allison, baby Ellison can understand this language creative process. On. What would you say? Teeny tiny baby? You. Well, I mean, this sounds very trite, but I would say it's going to be all right. It's all it's all going to be material. The worst that will happen. We'll still be something good. Just to be told. I think I think I know that, but I, I, I could use some soothing. Could. Do with telling myself, it's going to be all right more often. Although it's kind of hard to believe that right now at this particular moment in history. Yeah, that's true. Thanks to doing this. Thank you. So everyone goes see the obvious. Go, see the show. We've talked enough about some exchange. You know that thing of doing this. Thank you for listening to this heat wave Alison. Bechtel's special. Yeah, one hundred episodes. I wonder who as you get for the special two hundred episode gift episode situation, my God, it's hot. If you listen to this in the winter, don't complain ever because it used to be this hot and it was awful. So thing listening and happy birthday to us. And as I guess have, that's that's do another one episodes. I don't know how to do this. I've never done this before. Thank you. Thank you. Bye.
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"It brought back memories of something else except the remember the smell of the coun- like the sound of other castes passing and it's fun out. Sue kinda visual things. Bring back something. Yeah, different. It is sort of like Proust's medal on only visual. Yeah. You said outside that you like the CASA. Well, I'm not gonna put west something about looking at each other. The thing about a car right is. Yeah, it gives you a certain freedom because you're both looking straight ahead. Any other. But then when you watch when you watch fun and I know you've seen now a lot of times and you kind of over this whole discussing of your life in this show, but you still get to sit in the audience and look at these people paying on your dad. This take watching the place, they'll take you back. Or is it now have you now come mental? Is this whole story? Is it really somewhere else? Now? Can you still watch it again? I hope that seeing this new production tonight we'll give me access again to my immediate feelings about it because I loved it. You know it was. It was a really wonderful feeling to see my story told so with such accuracy and emotionality. So I'm hoping that happens. I want to ask you about the next thing you can on. I know is that in your mind now the memoir you're writing now? Is that the? Do you have that to focus on that now? Yes, yes. Yeah. I, it's funny. I I, you know, I'm not really officially. I don't really officially have anything to do with the play, but it has really absorbed a lot of my bandwidth over the past several years just, you know, having it happening in the world and you know coming doing things like this to impress for the opening here. It's it takes a lot of time. It's like Ben. It's been like having another job, you know. Even though I'm not, you know, it's not my play. Didn't make it. It's funny job, but it's, yeah, it's taken. It's been hard to completely manage my time and to have kind of focus quiet that I need in order to create. And maybe that just sounds like a load of justification. I beat myself up constantly that I'm not able to just, you know, okay. Have a week here. Let's just drop in and do the work, but it takes me. I just need a lot of time and space before it can really Ferral being asked quite casual questions about what many would call childhood trauma. Yeah. You know, people asking quite myself in that quite so open up these wounds that you already put the rest when you even finish the BIC. Yeah. And every time I see the play, of course, my father dies. Let's. What's the new thing I'm writing about death. I'm writing. It started out actually is a fun light project is sort of switch gears from these intense family memoirs, but it's turned into meditation on mortality through the lens of exercise and physical fitness, which is something I've always done in my life. And I think the culture sort of fixated on all these different workouts and regimens and some kind of using that as an excuse to talk about. The big questions. Is that also by graphical as well about your? Yes, yes, it's it's it's actually like the whole story of my life. It begins when I was born in nineteen sixty and it's gonna come up to the present moment. Following all these. Athletic trends like doing downhill, skiing in the sixties when I was a kid and then doing jogging and running in the seventies, like I, I really have pretty much followed the all the cultural developments. So it's sort of a cultural history through my own personal experience. Have you learned anything from the experience of having done on home which has been sent into this musical or anything you doing different because of the experience you've had with fun home..
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Live. Did you did you read other? Did you reconsider for getting into just who is you influent? Yeah. When I read lots of comics growing up, you know, comments for little kids. I don't know if you had these in the UK. Well, you from Denmark. I think just things like Richie, rich, Donald Duck, little kids comics, but I learned the grammar of comics from reading those things. And as I got a little older, I read mad magazine which also you probably haven't don't have in Europe. It was this wonderful. It was really good. There still is a mad magazine. It's a humor magazine for kids not for kids, but for adults. But. I don't know. I remember. Of of American shows. Yeah. Yeah. It was just really great humor magazine with cartoons and. Stories, spoofs of movies and stuff. Really wonderful magazine. So that was a big influence. They had a whole bunch of different artists and writers. And. Children's book, illustrators were big influences on me to. Did you ever read Richard Skari's books as a kid? I don't think so. He would draw all these little animals. Richard Skari's, busy busy world. Edward Gorey. Do you know his work. He's a wonderful strange macabre creepy guy who wrote these funny little illustrated stories for adults, but he also illustrated children's books. I'm not. So I I knew about his work, but it was just, I just loved drawing and drawing and writing together. It's it's one of the reasons. I don't know any of these people's which now makes sense. My brother was into that, so that was I stepped away from that. That was I let him have that right s. thing just to to writing. I've want something about memories exists. I think memories is so fascinating because. You know, especially when someone has passed away and there was like the memory of you in the scene with you and you father in the Kyle. When you had you might wanna if you wanna cookie, explain the scenario. Sure. There's a moment in my story where I, my father, I'm home from college for short vacation after I have come out to my parents until them I was lesbian. And after I found out after doing that, that my father was gay or bisexual, or an case had been having affairs with other men for a long time. But we hadn't talked about it directly. My mother told me about my father. My father knew I was Lisbon. I knew my father was gay or whatever, but we hadn't actually discussed it. So I was determined to broach the topic with him and it was very, very hard to do. You know, felt very nurse. Service about. We never talked about anything real like that. So finally, it was getting toward the end of this spring break that I was home for and we went to a movie together and I just figured this is this is your chance so you have to do it. So I. They, they capture this feeling wonderfully in the play of just plunging into that conversation and my father's real resistance but slow, it's. It was a frustrating thing in my life because we felt like we didn't really quite meet. I, I did introduce the topic, but he couldn't quite really go there with me. But you did it. Yeah, that's the controls. I'm basing this. I have the day before I moved to the UK seven, seven years ago. Six. Seven years ago. I I was in a car with my dad and I confronted him with never having been there for me as a child, which was the same in the in the plate as say, you know, by the stop lights that like, well, well, do do it in a minute. Needs to do it before this. And he was so quiet for so long. And then he said. Well, child is no, but this meant to be dad. So of course it can't affect them negatively. Oh, that's quite interesting. Well, way of justifying us in a very simple kind of way of thinking, well, I can see why you'd think they'd be where. I guess it's hotter, but I think my. You watching that. Two people in having a deep. Tended a commission like that in front home..
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Hello you are listening to the made of human pet cast i am your host sophie hagen and them i'm gonna make the intro an out showroom as showed as possibly can because it's a long episode i was considering doing it in a two pats but i feel like you need the whole thing and do stick it out because it ends up in a place i did not expect it to end up in as place i'm very grateful we did end up in because it gave quite a lot as a human being to talk about with someone please please please go and check the trigger warnings for this episode it gets quite back and you want to be prepared for what we will talk about now that goes for all of the episodes by the way always read the trigger warnings if you have any specific triggers trying tweet me to make sure so i can tell you if we talk about it or not but with them with koby i very rarely do the re i very rarely recalled the intros straight after the guests that's left but that's what i'm doing right now i'm a eating tim tam's because kobe brought tim tam's is an australian thing like a cookie thing deals are brought me milk which sets her apart from the up melbourne guest i've had also brought me symptoms i'm really enjoying this new concept of guests bringing me local treats i'm all on board with that but koby literally just left my hotel room and i thought that i would do the intro now.
"hagen" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"At girl with a tail same thing for instagram at girl with dale who of it yeah same deal find me on twitter at that hagen girl t h h h e n t r l also on instagram nice jason or are l that's the important part the important part people always miss it what about you jason what are you i'm going to i will plug once again the marvelous mrs mazel which i think is terrific it's on amazon season one in its entirety and then i i would like to use this time to plug friend of the pod nicole buyer is the host of one of the funniest shows i've ever seen called nail did on netflix please do yourself a favor just start watching nailed it on net flicks it even if you start it in they're like oh this isn't the kind of show i like or i think i know what this is blah blah blah just watched the first episode eight is so fucking funny and nicole is next level hilarious oh i cannot wait on netflix well i will quickly all there's a podcast called cocaine and rhinestones about country music that's dynamite if it is to country music what you must remember this is too old hollywood woo i love that on by the way just talking about show that totally blew my mind in that same way was that new queer eye on netflix it's fucking with i had a dream i was on a date with all of them i've got a good dream and i was like.
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"I think if i didn't talk that much if i kept my mouth glory saving and even with like choir i don't know if i was quite a less in your face placid i would say that a gaza police farming more attractive what happens is they look over negotiate ski and i got five dan energy energy go woes she not that keep that too much japan's bad fasting you are listening to the made of human podcast i am your host name is sophie hagen i'm from denmark that ship explain the accent i'm a standup comedian that should explain the oak witness i am hyatt that should explain the um inability to save full sentences without stopping every once in awhile um i'm going to do this intro just without any kind of script draining notes or anything because they just want is a listen to it i mean i'm in that frame of mind at the moment of like nothing matters i just want summits succumb i'm done with win said i'm probably not along with that it's just been one fucking win sir knife just one however when sir i am so done with the darkness in the cold in the wind and wearing big coats in big shoes and long underwear and salts high insists i on side of it being so doggone side um yeah cernan race i had the press sheriff speaking to london hughes i am still emphasising aided by her i'm so this it felt like once the once she'd left after with done the chat the podcast i thought i'll just as is found myself thinking of her like for the rest of the day just like her energy is so contagious and i'm very excited to find out if it as translates through the has if you if you'll also feel slightly.
"hagen" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"You know you say we'll year these happens all the time and in the like put it so awful and you don't you don't with lucky we've been saying it's awful for so long but people just don't listen and i've just got used a papal not listening big vans fantastic all the hello this is several hagen and you're listening to the made of human podcast if this is the first time you're listening at this is going to be a conversation between me and comedian physics watt and we will be talking about life staff and that is basically what this whole podcasters it's a just two people talking about life and then uh it was meant meat trying to figure out if in a one's find out how to do life and then it turned out the no one has any idea and area so um that's what the uh the puk has is this i think this is a special episode because this will be the last episode before christmas and i know not everyone celebrates christmas and and that's why i but i kinda wanna talk to those of you who are struggling a little bit not just because i am struggling to i kind of obama in intense therapy and uh i've had to cancel the live recording of the more pod on sunday and that was a tough decision because you people are so lovely and so nice and i was looking forward to seeing you but these live episodes uh i mean the really it's half and i i don't think i really understood how tough they were but because one thing is being vulnerable in front of another person that you're kind of semi interviewing semi just chatting to but another thing is due.
"hagen" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"She lived with her mother and father and older brothers hagen and aren in a stone house near the edge of a vast forest their house was very simply built out of piled stones mortared together with straw and mud waddling the roof consisted of long atwood beams supporting grass sod that soaked up the rain during the warmer months and held the snow during the cold months there was a large garden outside their home where they grew carrots and parsnips end potatoes and radishes and many varieties of greens which aside from what they were able to hunt was their source of food for the entire year so lies family worked hard as did all the families in this village to the far north they worked hard to maintain their own home and family and i worked hard to help the families and their houses in the rest of the village a winter's were long and very cold so it was extremely important that they be prepared with a storage of food and firewood now it is true that people around the world have a different sense of the season's of the year there are parts of the world where there are four balanced seasons called spring and summer and autumn and winter and there are other parts of the world where the year is divided according to the amount of rain there's the rainy season and the dry season where soul vise family lived people divided the year in half.
"hagen" Discussed on This Feels Terrible With Erin McGathy
"I am man hey everyone here is a mini soda for you i know the episode was late this week so this is the second half of the sophie hagen episode i highly recommend you listen to the first half and but if you have an and you just truly really want to listen to this many sowed without hearing the first half of the interview in the first half of the interview we talk a bit about being the other woman and we talk about being fat and a bunch of different things and in the second half of the episode where it's all unedited sophie and i have a really honest conversation about the eh i being being the other person and i i'm very gracious to sophie for how just candid and honest she is in this interview and i also saw her edinburgh fringe show which is called dead frog which is so good it has it is totally sold out at the edinburgh fringe but if you were in the uk she is going to be touring m n you you got to go see her she is so fantastic and um she's a just very grateful to her for this conversation so here is a mini sowed slash the second half of my interview with soaking again bonner her lakeridge as wet well god i had this oh soon yeah the so many of them oh my i've never areas they eyes went in not interested yeah like i had to thing i i put them into but i've never had any pailin getting and he went to sleep with me ever not to brag but i guess to brass.
"hagen" Discussed on This Feels Terrible With Erin McGathy
"Man hello and welcome to this feels terrible i'm your host earned mccathie i am talking to you from edinburgh scotland i am here for the edinburgh fringe festival and i have a really fun episode for you this week apologies for last week's episode being late and perhaps the spin being late because i'm submitting it pretty late to the good people affair audio but uh this week on the past i have comedienne and fringe favorite and podcast her sophie hagen she is from the made of human podcast she's not from it she created a and so she made it angie's from it and may also know her from the guilty feminist podcast i was a po'd cast oh i mean a guys i'm a little tired and i know of and segment on on recent intro 's but it's it's it's it's true i'm having a great time here in edinburgh it's really been so wonderful and a fun but i am like a kind of a always a little a little worn down am i sat down with sofi yesterday and we talked about so many this may or may actually be like one of my favorite if not my favorite conversation that i've had on this podcast and we talk about fact positively you we talk about being the other woman we talk about dates we talk about an just being alive and i i did not edit this podcast at all and i part of me was like i should listen to it to make sure that a 'cause we talk about fat positively we talk about a bunch of things and i think it's i think it's possible that maybe i put my foot in my mouth uh a couple of times but you know what i'm just gonna i'm just gonna leave it all in there.
"hagen" Discussed on Think Again
"Welcome to think again the senior book is done some nothing or that light to take over or the light cannot escape it because lots of light escaped it into my brain your book just comes right our first chapters called in the beginning of course where you would begin something yeah through the beginning but i don't i don't pull any punches the people joked said oh astrophysics for people in a hurry did you call it that because astrophysics for dummies was taken riots i say uh i guess that title was taken but but no there's nothing to dumbed down in the book it's different view astrophysics but it's for me if i've been reading something difficult i'd like knowing there it's not very long he has that you can some energy to move through it and so this is a very it's a slender volume in for me that should give the read or the confidence they would that they would get through i you know i read every buck for the show and i always take notes on them on and i read your book quite quickly because indeed it is lender but i ended up with like five times as many notes literally obviously is yeah i mean i i wanted to ask you first of all i want to start with fake you've said many times i think that you're hero that cross hagen is a major hero of yours though i said no i don't i don't do heroworship what i do is i will say that he carved to pass that no one had card before in wasn't a path he carved a meadow right okay end up a he opened up a region of space gotcha that i currently.