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Preckwinkle, Evanston mayor to tour popup vaccine clinic in Chicago's Cook County
"President Toni Preckwinkle joined Evanston Mayor Haggerty and officials From the Housing Authority of Cook County to tour a pop up covert 19 vaccination clinic at Victor Walter departments this morning, Preckwinkle says sites like this are important to ensure the covert vaccinations are being distributed equitably. In our housing authority of Cook County. Little More than half of our residents are African American and Latin ex. So our efforts to support vaccination programs in our our housing authority of Cook County facilities has an impact on health care access for Brown and black people. Mayor Haggerty says Evanston has the capability to administer 10,000 vaccines a week. But like other counties and states, they don't have the supply to do that.
GOP senator urges Biden to confirm US will keep embassy in Jerusalem
"Republican Senator go, Haggerty wrote to President Biden, urging him to publicly and confirm that he will keep the U. S Embassy in Jerusalem Senate. An overnight vote session on Friday passed a nonbinding amendment introduced by Haggerty and Republican Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma by a vote of 97 to 3 in support of maintaining the embassy in Jerusalem. The embassy was relocated there during the Trump administration from Tel Aviv after previous presidents had punted on the move. First term senator who previously served as an ambassador to Japan also urged Mr Biden to build on the Abraham accords a serious of agreements the Trump Administration broker to normalize relations between a handful of Middle Eastern countries and Israel. Edie Bennett in
"haggerty" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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Miami - School district spammed as students receive racist emails
"Students and Seminole County or finding millions of unwanted emails and their inboxes. Officials with the Seminole County School district say high school students have received more than eight million racist emails. They shall save. The spanning spanning effort effort was was blocked blocked late late Saturday Saturday night, night, but but as as of of today, today, they they were were still still trying trying to to delete delete all all of of the the messages. messages. Students Students of of Haggerty Haggerty High High School School in in Crooms Crooms Academy Academy also also received received emails emails with with a a video link reportedly showing a beheading. School officials say students should immediately delete any suspicious emails.
Head of agency that oversees US nuclear arsenal unexpectedly resigns
"The head of the National Nuclear Security Agency, has resigned her position effective immediately. The department said in a press release that Lisa Gordon Haggerty, who became the first woman to lead the S when she was confirmed by the Senate in February, 2018 stepped down from the roll, adding that Dr William Book lists who has been serving as an essay of principal deputy administrator for the last year and a half. Is now serving as acting administrator. While the press release did not provide any details on the reason behind Gordon Haggerty's resignation. She has sent her letter of resignation to the White House on Friday, following nearly a year of tensions between Gordon Haggerty's office and energy secretary of Dan
Head of nuclear weapons agency unexpectedly resigns
"The head of the National Nuclear Security Administration, has resigned from her post effective immediately. The department said in a press release that Lisa Gordon Haggerty, who became the first woman to lead the S when she was confirmed by the Senate in February, 2018. Step down from the roll, adding that Dr William Book lists who has been serving as an essay, principal deputy administrator for the last year and a half is now serving as acting administrator That is correspondent Bernie Bennett reporting.
'In danger': Tiger Woods explains fear of return to golf
"Tiger Woods returned to action today is getting lots of attention. It's his first tournament in months, but he said he waited for good reason. You know, I'm used to playing with lots of people around me, and that puts knowing myself in danger. But you know my friends and family and just been at home, practicing and being a social distancing and being away from a lot of people. Haggerty's office memorial just after
"haggerty" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"I'm Dr Celine Gown her. And I'm Ron claim. And this is epidemic. Today is Tuesday may twelfth in today's episode. We're going to talk about what it means to be homeless in America. In the time of cloven cities across the nation are struggling with how to pry people shelter from the storm and how to keep the homeless safe in New York City. The subways are closing for four hours every night for disinfection but for many homeless. The subways are refuge now. Police officers are sending them to shelters were more than seven hundred have tested positive for corona virus in recent weeks and if they refuse they end up on the streets. Meanwhile cities like Boston. Los Angeles San Francisco and Seattle and others have seen large clusters of coverted outbreaks and crowded homeless shelters. Las Vegas had close a shelter due to a quota virus outbreak and they had the homeless people sleep in squares painted on the ground and a parking lot at the same time that Las Vegas is a city with more than one hundred and forty seven thousand hotel rooms. Most of which were vacant in this episode we'll hear from three advocates who were already working before. Co Vid to end homelessness. Dale explain how their jobs have gotten a whole lot harder for many of us. The covert pandemic has meant staying at home and social distancing. But how are people supposed to shelter in place when they don't even have a roof over their heads? Rosanne haggerty is the founder of community solutions in New York. She says the corona virus is laying bare some hard truths about homelessness in this country. One of the things that makes this moment so perilous for the homeless in particular is the degree of underlying health conditions and also the tragic reality that homelessness is very disproportionately a racial issue. Thirteen percent of our our national population has African American More than thirty upwards to forty percent of those experiencing homelessness are African American and the same disproportionate found in native Americans and so we are all seeing what that means as far as vulnerability to this virus community solutions works in more than eighty cities and counties across the country. Rosanna her colleagues see firsthand that stereotypes about who's homeless often clash with reality. One of the things that is often forgotten is that for most people. Homelessness is a brief a personally resolved experience. It does not become a way of life and even communities with very high rates of homelessness it represents a relatively small fraction of the we have seen over and over again the need to break this myth that it's about individuals in their problems. It so plainly. A public health issue of a system. That's failed as the economic effects of the pandemic widen local and federal governments are trying to protect people from being coming homeless by halting evictions in some places but in other places Evictions Continue With homelessness already a public health disaster in some cities across the country..
Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack
"WELCOME TO TALKING. Mo- parts high-performance heritage man. The world is crazy right now folks. And if you're like me you're probably sick of hearing about the worldwide. Corona virus pandemic. Here's the good news. There will be absolutely no fear. Mongering Kovic nineteen talk here today. I hope you're staying healthy and safe and I'm here to give you a little escape from the chaos by talking Mo- parts with you together. We'll try to get our minds off of all this craziness. Twenty twenty and talk about what I believe to be the greatest year in mopey history nineteen sixty eight. The year that Dodge introduced the scat pack to an entire generation of horsepower junkies and change. The world of MOPE ARE FOREVER. There are just certain aspects of Mope our history that truly made a significant impact and the scat pack of nineteen. Sixty eight is one of those things but before we get started with project carved the week rev up the show with high performance parts get moving with listeners stories and shut down the show with high-performance. Heritage. There are two things you need to know number one Chris at talking Mo- Parts Dot Com. That's my email number two two zero nine. Twenty eight Mo par. That's my voicemail. Your voicemails will be shared on this show so please keep them appropriate. And so will anymo- par stories sent in for listener stories. I'll even share the emails that I think would make fun conversation on the show now that we took care that business. Let's get this show on the road. This week's project car of the week was the nineteen sixty nine. Plymouth road runner posted on the moped. Hunter Page Friday March twentieth at nine. Am here is the at Nineteen Sixty Nine Plymouth. Road runner numbers matching Bucket Seats Center Council. Hearst four-speed three eighty three and ninety six package original rims and build sheet runs dry scraper. Twenty five thousand. Five hundred or best offer not interested in low ballers condition is listed as good an title status listed as clean located in Webster. New York. Here's the thing folks. I like this car. It's numbers matching. It's got you know some desirable options the bucket seats center console. It's a four speed. It's got the end ninety six package and the guy's got to build sheet. He claims that it runs and drives. Great those are all good things and for twenty five thousand you know. I think he may be a little bit high on the price. The color of the car is kind of like a dark Emerald Green which? I don't believe it was a factory color looking in the engine bay. I see that it's kind of like a flat black. So that's one thing that annoys a lot of people for me. It doesn't bother me that much unless it's a fully restored car and they cheered out on the pain on the engine bay and they went black. I don't really like that. But you know a driver quality card no big deal. That can always be changed later on down the road. The car is cool. It's got the factory tack you know. Obviously bucket seats the console. Those are all great options and ninety six. Who who doesn't love the Air Grabber Hood? Come on and it's got that coyote duster air cleaner. The car looks to be in reasonable shape. If you look at the pictures of the guy posted the car does not look like a rob box. So that's a good thing. I think that this car has a really good bones and for twenty five thousand five hundred. I think there's a little bit of room to work there. I would like to see the price around eighteen thousand. So that's seventy five hundred off which is a fat chunk of change. Let's be honest so you know around. Twenty two is probably realistic. Twenty three twenty four. Maybe I don't know but for me. I think it's a great idea to spend low to mid twenties for running and driving car that you can enjoy so this is definitely a car that I think would be a good car to consider if you have that kind of money to throw around in a moped project because running and Driving Project. Cars are amazing. Why because you can enjoy while you're restoring them or modifying them. Whatever the case may be so. I think this is a great example of a you know reasonably priced project car and it is numbers matching which is desirable. And it's got to build sheets so that's cool so you know. It does have a picture of the fender tag here in the fender tag. Looks rotted so. Hopefully you know with the information on the build sheet and the original fender tag may get a re- pop vendor tag made and enjoy the cars restore it. He's got some pictures of the underside. The underside looks pretty clean. Doesn't look like there's any cancer. Even the trump pam looks really good. So I think this is a solid car to start with especially if you don't want to invest ninety thousand dollars on a restoration this has really good bones and it's always a good thing to start with a project that has good bones because then you're not doing a bunch of metalwork on it and you can focus on the things that really matter getting it running and driving tiptop condition. You know this guy says it runs drives great numbers matching. You WANNA preserve that. Engine so Mike for me. If I wasn't going for a Oh e quality restoration and I just wanted to drive the thing. I just drive the thing you know maybe pull the original engine out and put something else in. That's von and maybe just start with restoring the engine you know if what you're looking for is an OEM quality build start with the engine get that restored and then slowly work your way to the point where maybe it's time to tear apart the car and do the paint and body work. That's necessary to get it. In Primo condition. I liked that the seller shared the Haggerty Vehicle Valuation report that says Twenty eight thousand two hundred on in very tiny apprentices average value. He shared that as like a selling point that prices based on opinion desire ability. And all that stuff. He's asking twenty five five haggerty's average values twenty eight to I still think. Lower Twenties would be a great price for this car. But I also wouldn't have a problem paying you know around mid twenties for it just because it is numbers matching. That's Kinda hard to find in today's market for a reasonable price. And you know some people say you know twenty five thousand dollars. That's not a reasonable price. Okay that kind of money. Well then maybe you should look at something a little bit lesser than a sixty nine road runner decent quality roadrunners and any decent quality be body. That's somewhat desirable. 's GonNa Fetch a lot of money in this kind of condition and you know that's another thing what what is a lot of money you know is five thousand dollars a lot of money because I see a lot of cars that probably were ten grand that people are listening for fifteen to twenty and the potential buyers are lookie Loos. What have you will say? Oh that's a thousand dollar car. Well is it. Is it a thousand dollar car? Do you know what I mean. So pricing and the Mo par market right now is kind of iffy. You see a lot of different people that say vehicles are worth a tenth of what they're actually worth and then you see guys that will say you know. I pay that for car. That's clearly not worth the amount that is being asked. So there's a for every seat folks and you know. Some people got fatter wallets than others. My Wallet is Slim Pickens. It's gone on a series diet as of you know and I say Oh yeah. I would buy that if I had the money. I don't have the money so me saying that. It's kind of like saying yeah. I'd I'd buy a charger Daytona with a Hemi. If I had the money you know what I mean so take what I say with a grain of salt but I've seen you know hundreds maybe even thousands of these cars were sales since two thousand fifteen when I really started doing a deep dive into posting all these cars and finding them and seeing the values and you'll hear stories about guys that go and pull you know roadrunners out barnes. You'll see oh. They paid five thousand dollars for it and restored. The car is worth fifty thousand or whatever? I'm just throwing numbers out here. But that's uncommon. That doesn't happen every day. So you can't really base values of cars on prices from back in the eighties and nineties. Okay it's not the eighties and nineties anymore. We need to stop thinking like that. These cars the numbers are dwindling. Every time a car is found in a barn in a field in a old garage. That's one less to be found. The market's really interesting and it really is hard to predict but I will say that they're never gonna be as low as what the eighties and nineties were. I don't care what happens in the economy. This economy could tank six feet in the ground. And you're never gonNA find a charger for five hundred bucks and if you do get on the show. Let's talk about all right because I like hearing those stories too. I have buddies that have paid crazy prices for really cool. Be Bodies and bodies. You know. They're out there. I'm not saying that they're not out there. But the chances of you running into one for that cheap pretty slim and if you do there's a lot of guys that will triple your money right away. You know what I mean. So if you're looking for a quick investment car. Let's say you find this car that I'm talking about here on project car the week and once five grand for it. Well I'm looking at the car and I'm saying you know eighteen grand would be steel. In my opinion you get this car for thousand and you could easily flip it for fifteen. That's a ten thousand dollar come up. That's ten grand right in your pocket. It is what it is. So that's project of the week. Nineteen sixty-nine Plymouth road runner for twenty five five air. Grabber car numbers matching three eighty. Three four speed. What do you want consul? This things got it all. Let's try to get it for less than twenty all right. That's project car of the
Tesla Model Y + Geneva Auto Show Concerns
"All right so what's going on bill. Goldberg is in Saudi Arabia wrestling. So he won't be here today and I just got over a cold last week so if I sound a little Off that's why I'll try not to make gross noises into the microphone but I Apologize He. Shares a kill the corona virus. It'd probably is and Our good friend Alastair Weaver from EDMUNDS DOT com. Is here how you doing. I'm good you get to do most of the talking because we went to we went to Joe Kosho Jo. Koy SOLD OUT THE FORUM. Two nights huge eighteen thousand people. Who's a fantastic show but the guy behind me was sneezing and coughing a disgusting stuff the whole show? I went home next day. I was in bed like I was. I was just down for the count. I definitely got some weird gross thing and just loading up on meds and vitamins and Cam and all that well I flew back into. Lax from London and got taken to Like an extra screening room where China just all these people from China being quizzed about why they'd beating China and wherever the lusting China and everything else and I was there in the middle of the room. Yeah that's terrible all right so we got some cool things to talk about by the way. Did you guys see that? Hot Wheels released a one tenth scale remote control. Tesla's cyber truck and it comes with a sticker an optional sticker that which which is it goes on the side glass of your revoke until Control Tesla cyber truck and it's the broken window from cool so if you want your cyber talk with the smashed window from the from the from the press launch it comes with that as well from the chief designer. Timothy's profile in the world. That is the best thing ever. And they have the small remote-control version as well that goes on the track that one sixty four scale as well but the one tenth version be limited edition. And we've got a picture up there. It's the toy that comes with that. It's a sticker so you could. You could clued the smashed window in their good job. Hot Wheels love that. You thought about a nice definitely going to be one of those events where I was the magnificent now. It's going to be fantastic. Just a little reminder March twenty first is car cast live at Peterson Museum. A brought to you by our friends at Haggerty and JAGS DOT com. We're GONNA be doing a great event. It was so much fun last year. We hope you guys come out this year. Bring your car anything you have. I JUST WANNA see everybody's car There's GonNa be a car show that starts at two o'clock. Excuse me a car show. At two o'clock there'll be a screening of Shelby. American the documentary and you may have already seen. We're going to bring some unseen footage and some DVD extras and stuff. So you can see that as well. I think that's around four o'clock and then later in the evening that's exist. Well Blu Ray. Dvd I just think. Dvd Extras. Because I feel like that's the terms retro. Yeah that's the term you probably recognize. There's the extra footage and then there will be a live podcast Ataman. I'll be doing a show there you can go to. Yeah no go bring your bring your bring your kids bringing the kid. Bring the one kid who knows. I haven't been home. Have you been tickets Adam? Call Commerce Peterson dot org slash car. Cast get some tickets. Excuse me it's going to be one of those days solo show. Yeah going to be one of those days. What's new all sorts of things? I was supposed to be going to Geneva next week. I had to put actually pull out a couple of weeks ago for a little while ago for for for different reasons but as I sit here. Everybody's wondering what's going to happen because these corona I mean for those who don't know Geneva historically was always one of the the biggest auto shows of the year it was kind of premier one in Europe Attended by all the kind of literati globally as an in neutral Switzerland. Yeah I need supposed to happen. The press days next Tuesday and we're all waiting for messages to listings happening on now. I mean it's A. It's a huge deal about the millions literally tens of millions of hundreds of millions that are spent on this and is it. Is it kind of late in the game to cancel it? Yeah I mean I. I was telling you it's going to happen. It's just going to be kind of flop. I I mean we had. We had Alfred Mayo. His happens from time to time manufacturers. Come in and show ladies. 'cause we have a chat meet we we talk about life and what role doing and I am a global head of. Pr was saying. You know we've been told not to travel. So it's it's a big deal. Yeah I wonder how they do that. Do they try to find local representation? The have a team there that they have like a local. Pr Team A little bit smaller team yet. But I guess I don't know I mean he's going to be an interesting show. How much money and how much he's committed. But also if if people on traveling and I think the other concern is people are worried that you're GONNA get quarantined. So you end up in Geneva. I'm going to keep talking. You end up in Geneva and if you imagine all the the world the company execs from all over the world traveling into Geneva and then just ending up being Maroon there. I read that that later this year. We have twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo. They're saying hey we. We need a contingency plan. We may cancel the Olympics and they said but they need you know. They need minimum three months. They can probably do two months lead way to to cancel it but they can't do four days like like what you're talking about. They can't do five days. Well also big Formula Warm Fun. I used to working for him in the world in days. Gone by and there's a little conversation about which pre happen which wouldn't yeah it's It's interesting times. We're also seeing in terms of vehicle production as well because a lot of parts is not just 'cause made in China but he's also parts supply parts moving around the world so this there's a big impact going on and what's going to be the effect of cancelling Geneva. Is it really gonNA manner not matter? Everyone's going to release their cars. And they're gonNA send out the press kits and and and try to find some other place two like they're still going to announce the cars digital digitally. I mean I I was invited to a bunch of events down the I was going to sit down with the Mercedes. Co The global CEO on the boss of AM G. And we're GONNA have half an hour with with those guys and that's always great for me because she always learned so much a fascinating fascinating individuals as well to be running something that big. You know things like that obviously won't happen but I know a of things that Mercedes showing off and yet I'll do it digital release. You'll you'll be they'll send the images alison press releases and away you go. I think the tough thing I Geneva and also shows generally. New York's beginning of April. Is these things you know. There's a lot of pressure on these shows. Little people pulling out anyway if it doesn't happen than we'll ever happen again and Gordon is. What happens to the you know the credits into the billions? Almost what's actually spent in in in some things well? In all of these companies so many companies are taking a financial hit already. Everybody asks to prepare for factories being shut down obviously in the automotive space but products all around the world that so much is is manufactured in China and now that that Krona viruses is spreading. Everything in automotive is expensive and global. Yeah so anything. That's hit Soglo on a global level like this is going to be a big deal. Yeah I roll up in the accurate annex. I WANNA say new but it. It got sort of a revision this past year a little bit different ero and I think they did. Some adjustments on the suspension and stuff. Have you driven the sex yet? So this is I drove the original Essex. The you know the sort of iconic mateen nine. I think it was many years ago but the latest wanted always passing by always being doing doing something else when everyone was around so I finally got into it the last couple of days. It's a it's a fascinating thing I kind of. I really wouldn't like it. I really want to love it because I like the idea of buying an accuracy because I think it feels. Yeah it's almost like I'm coming out and skiing I don't need. I don't need a fraud. Whatever I'm going to buy an ACURA sex because I know what I like. I don't need to everything else so I rely. I like similar technology but I kind of feel it's almost too clever by half in that Scott the three and a half six two but then on top of that these three electric motors. And there's a lot of really clever tech going on but what actually delivers is is questionable and increasing the. I'm unless no less of a fan of potato well. This isn't the plug in or hybrids. Generally I think these days you you either go all in on the electric light the ticon all stick with a stick with a gas engine light the new cove at something and its own to me. It feels like that choice now and carrying around all this complexity and all this weight and everything else for hybrid just just almost feels like old tech even though it's cutting edge on one level
"haggerty" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Truck family knows bill Haggerty will put America first here's John junior bill Haggerty stood by my dad in our family is standing with him let's keep America great by putting bill Haggerty in the Senate bill is the trump concert indoors by president Bill Haggerty will fight for value defending the second don junior again for my father to have endorsed Bill Haggerty early in a primary tells you all you need to know about the man my father trusts them he believes in him he needs people like bill Haggerty to be in there to support him he can't do it alone let's make sure to get this man in the United States Senate Republican bill indoors by president from edit it for you except that I approve this message paid for by team six hundred W. R. E. C. ninety two point one FM and W. E. G. R. H. D. to Memphis and I heart radio station now number one for podcasting Mike Bloomberg his debate debut I'm Dave Anthony fox news I can't think of a ways that would make it easier for Donald Trump to get reelected the listing to this conversation he faced a lot of heat I will murder owns more wealth than the bottom all hundred and twenty five million Americans I don't think you look at Donald Trump and say we need someone richer in the White House Bernie Sanders any clover charger game Joe Biden said this about Bloomberg's time is New York city's mayor he didn't get a whole lot don fox's Jessica Rosenthal was there now live in Las Vegas days before the next contest the Bloomberg was attacked for policies implemented as mayor like stop and frisk Elizabeth Warren focused on women who have previously sued Bloomberg and his company none of them accuse me of doing anything other than maybe they didn't like the joke I told and let me just a moment Bernie Sanders was a focus as well though Pete put a judge said of Sanders decision not to release more information about his heart attack last year I'm actually less concerned about the lack of transparency on Sanders personal health and I am about the lack of transparency on how to pay for his healthcare plan Xander said those who question his health should follow him around on the campaign trail and see how they do compared to him day from those go all they debated president trump rallied in Arizona he mentioned Bloomberg how did tonight you know isn't it but I only resident told supporters Democrats are losing their minds over his winning and he'll beat any of them Roger stone just walked into court in Washington wearing a black top hat dark sunglasses all smiles a long time trump associate we sentence for lying instruction and witness tampering in the Russia investigation president trump call that initial sensing recommendation of the of the nine years in prison ridiculous the justice department less than that in Germany mass murder being called and domestic terror man shot and killed nine people last night they also killed his mom and self extremist lettering video reportedly found left behind Erica's listening to fox news traffic.
"haggerty" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Today's most compelling authors. I'm your host Chris Mcgregor and I am delighted lighted be joined once again by father. Donald Haggerty who is a priest of the archdiocese of New York serving at Saint Patrick's Cathedral he has taught moral theology in Maryland. New York and Ethiopia and has conducted numerous retreats for Mother Teresa's Saint Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity. He's the the author of contemplative provocations contemporary of hunger and conversion the Father Donald Haggerty. We go inside the pages of contemporary template of a `nigma 's insights and aid on the path to deeper prayer published by Ignatius press. Father Haggerty. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you for having me. I appreciate that in. Template of a `Nigma is so wonderful. The previous previous works you've brought to us are have always been outstanding but this one in particular seems to really guide us in this virtual journey. Thank you so much. Thank you Chris. I appreciate your your comments. Thank you what brought about the desire to offer this work. Well I felt there was is I could extend the discussion after the contempt of provocation. Hunger and I continue to have notes that I want to refine and you know place into similar kind of concise statements and and also also I felt I'm a meeting one what people that are serious about prayer lay people at Saint Patrick's Cathedral in New York and despite the impression of New York City being so frenetic which it is and so active and worldly and driven you. There are lots of people very serious about prayer. And I think that's true throughout the country the West you know and so this spoke hoped his Co. extension on on the previous two books that was serious about prayer and spirituality and and with very particular kind. I'm of exposure in a way of some of the difficulties that take place has the live a long life appraiser area and and some of the mystery of Temple of prayer. So I felt. It's enough material that I hadn't notes to really work at that. And and the result what I love about it so much is that it really guides us through the journey in yet. It doesn't necessarily thoroughly give us an outline if that makes sense instead it allows you in the reflections the communion as it were that you had that flowed from your prayer and that you're sharing with US instead. It meets US wherever we're at and there's like these ping moments if I can call it that where it's like. Oh Yeah Okay in somehow it continues to encourage you onward. There few works that do that as well list. What you've done here? Thank you Chris and I think you know do you think that's an insightful comment because I'm not trying to write a book you know how to pray on it's not a book about methods but really Trying to reach town and expose some of the experience that happens in prayer and it's not simply experience. I've had many dozens of retreats actually over one hundred and twenty when he retreats with the Missionaries of Charity. Mother Teresa's congregation and also with parmalats to a lesser degrees import claire convents hence the CFO Friars to their sisters also so some of these people service people prayer and you know This is this convergence of awareness. My own reading having read Saint John of the Cross so long now so The effort or the. What's here in in this book is eighty? I think it's a the stimuli life for Realizing this much greater depth than we sometimes realize in in our encounter with God and prayer you you really hit it there from the very beginning you steep us in an incredible wisdom you take just a like three reflections And then deeper fourth entrance into a teaching from a particular sane or very holy person and then you allow us to to kind of enter into a reflection in yet the reflection does it. Tell us so much what we have to do. But it's more of an invitation man. I'm not trying to sound esoteric but it is gentle as that but that seems like such a good way of doing it doesn't it or that's That that sounds accurate. And and and you know the effort is again to expose and Easy easy the quotations from the saints their more abundant this time than in those other books And that's something that people have different hobbies that could saying that one of my hobbies if that's the word for it has been seen a good statement in quotations. I've always copy them down in Nova and those prove very valuable. And that's the kind of thing that I think is valuable for people in prayer like this book. Perhaps to take a paragraph the F. Word quotation of a saint and ponder a bit and then that becomes a little bit of a bridge even lower in prayer that we'd be unto walk across the bridge toward awards. Maybe give him a chance to walk toward us on that bridge and you know that's the value value of a book like this To have the stimuli in front of us and to realize this you know I'm reaching being out put something are for greater encounter with God. That's my my sense of it. Encounter for is really unique for each person. Isn't it absolutely also as we go on in life you know differs even in our own life but You know much of the the true authentic contemporary experience in life is to realize you know the hypnotise of God makes come incans his concealment. You know the true reality of God's other holiness becomes more vivid perhaps to us as as we Continuing light and then this is the effect of prayer and the same job across very strong on that. I think the Carmelites will tell tell you very strongly if you put them in a you know. Paula compromised convent. You know how real the intensity the city of God's presence is while he remains very concealed and and and the and the difficulty of bearing with that fitness uh sentenced helmet in the long life of prayer. You know I think when you wrote your first Bucko at least when it first came out and contemporary provocations provocations that you were a missionary essentially can I say that. I mean you were at least serving in Africa. If I recall correctly I was. That's correct when it was when it was published in two thousand thirteen. I was I was in a four year period and the Ochia this teaching aging in the seminary there but also I went to primarily because I had gone for F- number which is fading back to Nineteen ninety-three needs gop European missionaries of Charity. And then success seven times there so I had an opportunity to request to Cornwall. Chronic Cardinal Dolan to be transferred from the seminary New York to Ethiopia. So but some of that writing back back. You know taking those pondering keeping some so some of the had worked on for some time and then. The book was eventually published in two thousand thirteen when I was in the middle of. What's going on? It's telling because there are some who may feel that that we would need a experience like that traveling sometimes out of our own comfort zone and and going to a foreign land and may be serving in emission doing a pilgrimage. Or maybe it's the entrance into religious life. I four. You're in a contemporary of community. Your opened in a greater way to that experience of God that it can be difficult fault in our present situation for most of us who are engaged in very active experience of the world. And then from that place Jason Ethiopia. You've been plucked right into the busiest city. Probably one of the busiest areas at least in this country if not in in the world I think it's very suited to try to have if we can I mean it depends on a person's State of life and family life marriage children the age of children but to try to To try to do some different things you know sometimes that are more radical and you know it could be you could be working volunteering traits sisters some other You know place in city War taking one of those as mission trips to a Third World Country Parishes do at times But something that takes you out of the realm Alma the ordinary that we're very familiar with and comfortable And certainly you know like making radical pull kind of moves to open up to more prayer in one's like a lot of places now a lot of churches do have eucharistic adoration palm some of them have twenty four hour adoration places and you know to take those kinds of steps to open up more fully to go on it. Gets children get older. I think many times people in the middle of life since this invitation from God to to take greater steps toward him and but some kind of radical move. That's how I mean my move. Gop It definitely helps a lot in my life because also was a a lonely time. Frankly you know somewhat to leave New York work where I do a lot of people and then to go to the middle of nowhere you know. It's At people I met there. But that was sake good experience or we seeming worthy You know the greatness of God's presence.
"haggerty" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This
"Include Zero Pretty Co- markets suburb foster kid movie. I think maybe for Berkshire. She's Dora and the door. These are live action remake. And if I think did extremely well I loved her thing with Shamikh Moore who has miles in amazing amazing spider man and I doing a famous person almost never works like a fake famous person fictional famous person. After maybe in a book you can get away with it but I feel like especially whenever it's like visual. You're like I don't buy it. He seemed like a famous person. Yeah and which. I couldn't believe play the song here the Christmas movie the original. Oh Chris movie that was recorded for. This movie is a good Chris. I mean sorry Christmas Song. The original Christmas Song that he sings in this movie is actually good. That's that never happens. Yeah that in its original Christmas Song for an original Christmas movie. It's like all bets are up like this is not. This is not going to work. It's usually extremely humiliation. Ah in the hierarchy of the three Christmas movies we just talked about. I would put it at the top and I would also put it earliest in my future Christmas slate like I'd be willing thing to watch this November I a night before Christmas and holiday in the wild. I went away little bit longer. Maybe Hall in the wild as earlier because criticism. That's important but especially Ashley night before Christmas after Thanksgiving. Yeah the night before could easy be right before Christmas. I think this is very tonal. Like you said it's a vibe. They're all is but they're very thick variations Asians of the same vibe. Yeah you can have November. I and a particular vibe on December first and another five December twenty four th. I don't like watching the family stone until we are knee deep Christmas season. Yeah Yeah Twenties. That's I think that's correct. Yeah we everyone. Has these weird rules. I love these very stupid. Little personal rules order one hundred percent. I would argued that holiday in the wild. Like probably doesn't need to be. Yeah anytime it's basically not a Christmas movie. Let it snow like as soon as it gets a little cold gets a little nippy. You can just I. I think. Winter Vibe is enough. A lot of the time and more movies should be happy with that. I there was another another thing that I read. Buzzfeed also wrote about hallmark movies. He's and this person interviewed another person who I think was at the same hallmark thing you were at and they said as a nine one one operator Johnson said. Her job is incredibly stressful. And at the end of a a long day at work the movies are quote absolutely an ex an escape. The last thing I want to do is come home and watch police drama or anything that remotely relates to reality. Because I get enough of that at work Johnson said I deal with enough reality on a day-to-day basis. And I feel like that's such a common refrain in like twenty nineteen. That's how we talk about media. I watch this as an escape. I watch us us a reprieve from like my day-to-day nightmare bullshit. and Chris's movies are like the ultimate escape like even though we hear this all the time. Nothing fits that bill more than a impossible to believe Christmas movie set and like a fantasy land where everyone's hot. It's always snowing and people are always in love after ninety minutes. Yeah and possibly time travel in the laws of time and space may have been bent. Someone might be an angel. Someone might be Santa Claus. The did you watch the post credit sequence of for Christmas. No the brother Yes. Of course I did. Yeah motivating it up for a sequel. It'll be the night after Christmas tonight. Delve right after Christmas. Oh it they've got the whole three. Yeah they can only do three after three will get ridiculous because they can do night of night after night right before. Do you think then they'll start doing like it's like New Year's Eve but it's like a woman named Eve I'm not sure. But this is a movie where heave from the Bible liable time travel's and she's like Oh my God God I know him and like that Eveland. Yeah and she's just like naked and that and they're like what about Christmas and she's like thousands of years for eating Apple Pie and she's like. Oh No it's a fall movie actually. You've traveled through time to the fall and she's in Vermont Vermont. Oh my God. So that's an October first movie. Yeah even though. It's about New Year's Eve it's an October first movie because at the October vibe. Well it's like maybe it's maybe maybe it's a whole series of movies. Work from the Bible travels through time to all of these different holidays is Shia. Who would play eve like? Who's like a you know a quick? Oh that's a great question This is my first thought and maybe I should be in. Jail was actually his. I don't know why I I just give her so. I'm sorry actually break I I. It's just what my branded and I apologize. You'd be great at it because like Ali Wong for some reason like that'd details so great at it I I also feel like she would be funny at being naked With like the we've yet extra long hair like the ridiculous long hair you you need that like Atlanta and the thank you video. Yeah I can for some reasons. He like an Aubrey Plaza. I think I'll be plazas. The winner here. Yeah replies. I think is sort of correct why that works. I can't say you need a comedian Valley Alley Elian Aubrey work. I like this that works. Okay where these things are so easy to right and again we started with the title and then we work backwards so we are experts. Now thank you for being here and talking about three Christmas movies. This was so much fun you can watch the night before Christmas. You can watch let it snow. Oh and you can watch holiday in the wild on Netflix. Now or anytime any I say any time I say starting November first and in December twenty fifth but honestly. Well you have to at least through the watch Christmas movies. I'd say that's fair than your Christmas decorations. I think. Yeah which is February. That's fine. Yeah okay thanks undefined..
"haggerty" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This
"The rest of the year whatever? So Oh your vacation in Zambia Let me guess you're from L. A.. New York yes I'd take Mr Konrad won't be joining US two days ago. He told me that marriage was over two hours ago. I landed here on. What was supposed to be our second honeymoon by myself? A lot of people come here to get lost so they can be found again. Thank you iota when it comes to holiday in the wild. I think that that movie could probably work at any time. In the year like the movie that could make sense at any period but it makes more sense during Christmas. Because there's this sort of like she's gone during Christmas like added these these quiet little steaks to all of Kristin Davis decisions. It's like you're you're not going to be with your family on Chris like you're going to do this new thing on Christmas like it's because it's happening. Then that makes every little decision that she would have made in July. Let's be honest. Feel a little bit more urgent and dramatic. Yeah I guess I can understand Dan why they set that during Christmas but honestly this could be July. It'd be the same. Yes this is a movie about love but it's mostly a movie about saving elephants. which is a lovely I? I liked about it that it had a different message kind of because it just felt a little. It felt kinda refreshing to be like. Oh what if you cared about something else which is not possible at Christmas movies But yeah. I didn't feel like it needed to be Christmas. I don't think it would have been worse off if it wasn't a Christmas movie. 'cause like also 'cause Chris Davis umbrella blow appealing adult leg. You have the thing that you need like. Oh did these two people like each other fantastic. Oh I recognize both of them from my television like new boom. You're done because they're a little older and I think this happens. This happens with most is Christmas with. He's like this where it's like the mere fact that they are over forty like adds a little bit of prestige to the whole Thalia Kristin Christon Davis's like a Christmas movie stars. A lot of them on the on homework and Lincoln she was only an old lifetime. One I think she's in is that the one with like Eric McCormack and like she's dead. I can't remember it's one of the it's one of the ones where it's leg You know someone was dead along. I think it's a real classic of the Genera. She's been around for it and I think it seems like she possibly really loves elephants in real life which slick lovely and like if I were a person you probably had a lot of money and didn't necessarily need to keep making movies because I had sex in the city of money any and I really loved elephants in the way to do that was like Kiss Rob Lowe for a couple of weeks like yeah man. That's a great under. Sometimes I think of the Ocean's eleven model all the time I'm just like what did the celebrity WanNa do and they can't always do that but I think like yeah I think. I don't think that's what Apple Inc Love Elephants Alive Kissing Rob Lowe and now it's a movie. Yeah and I think any movie where the bulk of it is filmed another country as like. It's half work as half occasions you know like I understand the point of that. I mean as beautiful scenery which was did not look Christmas inflected in the way. Oh you know certain places mandate that allowed him. We've asked you. I do not in the in my heart of hearts believe it has Chris Mooney but I'm willing to let it be a Christmas Christmas movie because there's a little bit of Christmas in it because that's what this insane season does to rain like as we were. Were desperate for these things. It's like it's sort of. I mean okay again. I love Christmas. It's sort of messed up that we like let Christmas do all these things. I'm not going to like dig. Really deep into what Christmas could stand for their. I don't know capitalism some whiteness. Whatever but like it's It's both Kinda messed up and sort of like low. It's like a blanket of snow. They let it snow whirling. Snow is the spanks of weather weather. which like we need to talk about? Let us know because I love I mean how do I like to hierarchy these. Let us know number one number one. Yeah I think he's absolutely. Yeah but yeah. It's like we let Christmas get away with a lot and we let ourselves get away with a lot at Christmas and like that's not necessarily the worst thing. We're pretty non on forgiving society. And I think the best read of what you were saying like. Yeah maybe it's all about capitalism but I think like the most optimistic of the situation is that like the most human and social sides of ourselves loves like really want that connection want to be like loved and to love so it's like we're willing to give ourselves one one time a year to do this like the rest of it were too overwhelmed from this is too much work but it's like we wanted once and the fact that it happens to align with Christmas is sort of where things get murky as to the reasons that we're doing we do it in December and not July. Yeah but it's it's like let's take it you know it it's cozy and they're pretty lights and like these things make us feel a certain way. Then we WANNA feel that way and I think that like there is has something to speak to from an entirely like metropolitan perspective but like especially whenever you kind of small space and you can't necessarily you fulfil that dream. You might have like decorating a lot and putting up Christmas lights and like going balls to the walls with your holiday decor a Christmas movies kind of fills the void away. You know like when you can't do all those other things it's a pretty good substitution. Like having it on makes your house field little home ear total or that in that time in that timeframe and that's why I think like I watched A couple of these. In the morning I watched one of them at night. And it's like also Chris Movies I think should be watched at night. Oh absolutely daylight daylight they don't they don't work as well. I don't think I or they can be delayed. I think on some weekends if it's snowing outside if it's weekend day it's snowing outside. You can't leave the house. You have cocoa then it were like. That's actually kind of peak watchings hours for me too but like yeah you WanNa be as cozy as possible. I get like they're not movies. Survive ultimately none of them were not watching even because they're moving it like even nailed it Christmas versus regular nail that which I also love or whatever the holiday holiday now that's called like it does a different thing for me than regular Nell did and it's the same show and I'm not GonNa Watch the the nailed it holiday outside of December. I will never want career watched nailed it. Yeah I will not watch the holiday ones outside of December. I won't won't happen gas. I don't want to have to pay attention to it to like so many things in this era. A demand like the Irishman demands. Your Attention Irishman not a Christmas movie. Christmas happens and it which I don't think it does but like it. Yeah you have to pay attention. He he couldn't fit Christmas and key and a half hours telling me he couldn't get a little bit of Christmas. There's probably eleven goodfellas has a little bit of Christmas. Which makes it a Christmas movie by our roles? Let it snow. I keep wanting to call let it snow. Let it snow. But it's just. Snow is an original Christmas movie based on what I didn't even know until reading them compete. Act after its away. Anthology called let it Snow Three Holiday Romances. And it's three short stories. One of them is John Green. One of them's Maureen in Johnson. One of them is Lauren. Miracle With ally and this book came out in two thousand eight and it was like I think they're all sort of like loosely connected. Okay A- and maybe they were even written separately and then may be reworked to be loosely connected. And I think that's what happened. And the moment it was published it was like optioned optioned and it sort of just been sitting around for a long time and so over the past decade progress was slowly made Zoli made solely maiden also like Christmas movies. I think not only have a small window that you can watch them but I think they have a pretty small window when they can actually be produced amick says you you prob mutually cold and faking. Cold is so obvious like when you fake the cold it's frustrating and need to go to like just shooting candidates. Yeah or go to Belgravia I don't know there. There's something a little deeper to this movie yet. The average Christmas movie and I don't even mean that as a Netflix thing. I think just because Chris became theaters doesn't mean it's any good. I still love of love actually way more complicated about it now than I did when I first came out or whatever but lake though I would say of all the genres love actually genre. In general I find to be the worst I replicated like the movie actually great. It's the wound other people do it. They're like we don't have to put a Lotta time into these characters because we're only going to be with them for total fifteen minutes and so usually that's like pretty bad And like the their plots are Really obvious and I live for that stuff. But yeah it's like it's embarrassing and lousy easy but with let it snow. It really felt like these like I mean the actors also. They picked some really charming young APP. Enroll very good. Yeah like really. I don't know any of their names except for Jessica but like all the girls especially. I don't even remember the boys basically. I don't really remember the boys either. But the the the girls without really great apart from Kiernan Shipka who. I think we're so used to seeing her play these like not caricatures but like this really opinionated almost two adult team in madman or like child and then and Sabrina. Lena she's a literal witch. This is one of the first times I've seen her in something where she's just allowed allowed to be like a kid. Yeah and just like a person. Yeah I've never seen that before. It was almost sort of jarring in a way I was like Oh Kiernan Shipka is just being a team. Yeah I'm sort of surprised by this. And she's great as just a team just in broiler girl like and like you know she was sort of like the cool girl or whatever but she didn't really charming John and the girl who plays the waitress live Houston who's also in Santa Clarita Diet the dog. She's the Drew Barrymore's daughter. I just. I found her extremely family. Tarmac spread like an legal motions resin than I so what I love about. Let's now is that especially like half an hour. It's literally just teens. Means confessing their feelings in like emotionally acute speeches. One after another just like put it in my veins stigma blood like I just WANNA WANNA see kids. Tell each other how they feel wasted. I thirty four year. Old Woman have never had emotional acuity to express myself alone is seventeen and a median like quickly. They're like like I have fully assessed the situation and I will be letting you know exactly like what my boundaries are and. I'm just like do it I I. It's it's a real magical thinking but I just like I loved it. I and I think it was it was it was constructed really well to like those sorts of emotional revelations I I think we're built up in a way that was like believable and like sort of with care. Yeah like nothing felt unfair on this movie and even I was worried that they were going to do with the Joan Cusak Tin Foil L. womanly thing. Like what what was she going to do to save the day. Yeah and I was like. She's in a poll. Some Weird Final Act like Dais X.. Mocking thing where everything's GonNa be. Because of her. Yeah but I didn't really that wasn't really the case like you helped some people out but it was sort of quiet like they. They let things sort of stay low stakes six. I appreciate it that number Joan cusack as a treasurer and so we're always lucky to see her to like actually don't totally know. You needed that character in that movie other than to will she was really just doing the one thing which was spur. The bratty girl with white friend which is important etudes? It's a little weird that that she was like the narrator of the whole thing but it wasn't how much is she watching these people. Yes yeah it was like. Oh does this do. This doesn't do the thing. I expect a Christmas movie to do but like I hate the thing I expected it to be. So thank you for not like meeting my weird expectation like yeah. She was home alone. The mean neighbor homeland bird lady like she was it. Just sort of this omnipotent geared like neighborhood character who is sort of scary looking but ultimately has good intentions and she taught like the worst per early not door but like the most conduct difficult character to like not be such a little bitch. What's her name from ladybird which I realized halfway into the movie I was like? Oh you're the mean girl in Lady Lady Bird that's wild. Yeah the other the other girl who I think you met when you were like the other kids because remember near Isabela. Mark Moore said Who is Julie Really? Who was the main character who got into Columbia S? I would call her like maybe I wouldn't call them..
"haggerty" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This
"The title. I not a scratch that apparently he believes that. He's a fourteenth century night. So Christopher Frederick Lines Lines of Norwich at your service I think that's the that is the hallmark. Not but that is the hallmark of a Christmas movie. You reverse engineer it. That's that's how it works. How it should be And this one I. You're right. That is what the name is. Christmas is about people judging curses movies by their titles. So it's like you got to have one that is high-concept upped. Got It in two seconds and night before Christmas gas is going to be the night before Christmas. Yeah you know we know that the the royal machinery is romantic like we understand that now now it seems like you need to have love in there but if you don't have love in there you can have royalty in there that's like you know that if there's royalty they have to fall in love who can't fall in love with royalty it's literally the that's literally the dream. Pets have fallen love with prince charming. All I've ever wanted not a terrible nightmare that would turn your life into like this nightmare of scrutiny. Meghan markle's like I loved this movie. This is definitely great but let's go back a little bit. When is it appropriate? Yes to start watching Christmas movies The December twenty sixth and disarming yet until the next year so typing that yeah. Do you ever actually saw. Well I I mean I do stop But I I like Christmas in the summer sometime. I don't know I mean. I like a Christmas movie when I need to feel the emotions. So we have a scribe to Christmas which I think are really. It's like like the feeling of goodwill were like There's a season for that can you. But you know when you make a movie with those vibes Christmas is the most effective way to communicate that and to make me feel it and sometimes I need to feel that in like February. Yeah obviously like that's the time of year that we have all as a society whether or not you actually celebrator not like we've decided. This is the holidays yes and this is when we can all communally feel like this and so you kind of feel crazy wanting to feel like that when everyone else has decided no we only do that in December November but it still works. I also I guess maybe for normal people. The answer is like whenever Pumpkins slot comes back and start getting earlier and earlier every year. I self haven't I actually love them. I think they're very good. How can it not be? It's sort of like a friend of mine. We were talking about a coffee place that purportedly had like the best Latin Brooklyn or or something like that. It was very silly it was like they have the best in Brooklyn and it was like nine dollars and I was talking to him and he was I went and I had it and it was good share. You also coffee and milk is always going to be good and that sort of how I think about formulaic movies. Like Brits like these elements coming together are always always going to make something satisfying like. It's not that hard I mean. I think there's like there does have to be a little bit. I've definitely seen movies in the past that have not worked on that leg. If you don't have charming leads that they don't really you seem like they remotely like each other. If they do that thing that I mean so something that I really liked. That is not necessarily applying to these movies but is generally true of like all media that I watch is I like like I kind of like bad writing like I like when you can see the seams of something like when you can imagine someone in there like at their laptop being like a Hun- that's what romance is like. That just makes me laughing. It tickles me. When it's very clear that someone wrote the dumdum shed so sometimes it's really dumb and it doesn't work and it actually feels kind of bad it makes you feel empty and hollow? So it's it's pretty important that like the leaves do have chemistry You know the Christmas spirit actually comes across. It doesn't feel that like saccharin simulate a Thing I will say. I liked a night before Christmas. which is the Vanessa? Hudgens and Josh White House. Had to look him. The Vanessa Hudgens and Josh White House House Vehicle Am I liked it. More than the one she was in last year. which was The princess switch. Oh Yeah I like that. It was in a more familiar place. Ling kept getting distracted by her being in this country the whole time and I was like getting distracted by like. How does this society actually work? How does this royal family like operate? Like what is she actually going to do. They're this baking. Competition seemed sort of insane and then this was more familiar territory and I. I think I was less distracted by like questions that have no business being answered to begin with. Yeah any like this. I was fine with time travel for some reason I was GONNA say I. I really really liked the princess. Switch that one really got me and I let. I really liked the night before Christmas but I was caught up in like. Whoa what is he even think like lights and like you it? Wouldn't you be scared. Why why is he? Yeah he was just like I mean I guess that's like night business. You know what I mean. He just has to like soldier bravely on. That's literally his job. But I was like Oh like this other thing should upset you and like oh he used he used the idiom toodle pip at one point which is only interesting too because also Raya set set it on succession and so it still stuck out to me. And I googled toodle pip and where it came from a nineteenth century expression and I was like he wouldn't have known that would like no no meredith contact. Pat will also I read that I just read this morning. Kelly faircloth that Jazz Abell wrote about this particular movie and she was like it's insane it doesn't make any sense and yet I had a great time and he was pointing at like all of the errors in the history of it and she's like first of all he wouldn't have spoken fancy English. You would a spoke in middle English and middle. English sounds like sounds like gibberish. Yeah and it's like they wouldn't have had a cute little courting. Yeah they would have been completely unable to communicate. We always love to that. They're never sexist. When they time travel like time travelers? I tweeted. This is like my main problem with time travelers. They wouldn't get your jokes like that. Just sounds terrible to be but the other problem is that like they would be like. Why are do you not in a kitchen and barefoot like your age how dare you look me in the eye woman or whatever but in middle English so it's like lower angry you're you can tell they're matic twenty nineteen hieaux? How did I? It's not time travel. Their space travel involved here that I got caught up in that a little more than I than the country stuff with the princess sweatshirt I was like Oh this country it's like basically Genova will greater. Yeah I'm there. Yeah it's great. What is your favorite genre of Chris? Movie is it the the Christmas Rom Com. Tom Izzo the Christmas family coming together. On or the Christmas ensemble comedy you know sort of your love actually your for lack of a better one while you were sleeping. Which I'm you as a Christmas Rom Com agree or your family stone about a family coming together? That's that's a great question. I mean I think by instinct is to stay ROM. I'm calm is my favorite of any genre but then when I think about it's my favorite. Christmas movies are still like miracle on thirty Fourth Street. Where it's it's it's about a child like I kinda like the ones and I wouldn't they don't pop much but the ones that are about kids actually were like even Elf to some degree like? He's a kid kind of words about the wonder of Christmas and me. It's like one person learning the love. Christmas is basically my favorite genre. Although like I watched the rams the most absolutely had love while you were sleeping so so much there was a story in Salon I believe and the headline was hallmark. Christmas movie Schlock has infected all of TV and the symptoms are bland and homogeneous and sort. Would've this person keeps going on. And they're like this is a bad movie but because they do well they're everywhere and like we'll never get rid of them and like they're not good people wake up. But then at the end the writer later Melanie McFarland says in the final analysis. This is the true meaning and purpose of holiday film Schlock. That is to say you can tune out while you're tuning in. We used to think of these movies specials. Now I guess it's enough to accept that they're simply there and I think it's sort of funny way that these are constantly reviewed added there's been sort of an influx over the past has for years they're everywhere it's not just hallmarks you know monopoly lifetimes gotten in on it. Networks has gotten an ABC TV. The networks are getting in on it too like like ABC's doing their Liam Michelle when this week. Oh Yeah I'm DVR there is open to but there's this sort of like willingness more so than any other time of year to talk out of both Oh sides of your mouth where it's like I have to be critic here and sort of lament the state of television the state of film share but also I watch every every single one of them and it's fine. Yeah you know I. It's I can't think of another genre of movie or season in which they're all like this. Yeah and it's like no one in is really willing to pan them fully this weird Christmas state that we're all in where it makes us incapable of really dumping on anything. Yeah I think yeah I mean so okay I hear my real Bona Fides for I get to be. I went to Christmas a few weeks ago in New Jersey which was like sponsored sponsored by hallmark. kind of but not like fully. It was a very weird experience. I loved it and it's basically like so our friend Caroline Moss and I went. She was covering it for are an outlet so we talked to a lot of people who are there especially people who had dressed up for this. So it's fan convention which is like a very specific thing and a very I mean obviously fan conventions about around for a long time but like these different kinds are new. But we're talking to all these women who have dressed in like grinch sweaters and like full like Whoville Like Doc Harris outfits and just like really elaborate costumes and we asked them. What's your favorite of these movies? And none of them can answer because they're not movies functionally. They're just list of vibe and the thing that made that conference a kind of a weird failure on some of the people who were there often weren't happy 'cause like they're not a fan of the movies they're not a fan the actors. They're a fan of the VIBE and you in the vibe is cozy and you can't do cozy in an airplane hangar. Which is where this convention was held so like when you're talking what these movies you're not talking about movies like they have nothing to do with? What movies look like any other? -ther literally just like a mechanism by which to transport this specific vibe would just coziness and like they're just functionally not films. They don't matter is a desirable thing. Yeah that's not even a value judgment at this point. It's like people want this. This would be like reviewing another Netflix property. The yule log. Whatever it's called net like they have their place? Yeah but now I want to switch gears ears and talk about holiday in the wild. I enjoyed holiday in the wild. I like elephants more now it turns out which I think is the real message actually is like you should like elephants a lot more. which in the message of Christmas movie is like Christmas will heal your soul and you know people are bad.
"haggerty" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This
"I'm obsessed with us the net flick's podcast about the shows and films viewers cannot get enough of sort of like. How Sir Cole can't get enough netflix movies? That's my opening networks movies. He lives them. I'm your host Bobby Finger and today I'm joined in the studio unlike last week's episode which was a conference call. Yeah no I'm right here. You're right here. The audio quality wasn't great. I still apologize about that. I'm joined in the a studio by Meredith Haggerty d editor of the goods by. Vox Alameda. Hello thank you for having me. I mean I'm no Charlie XY x but oh no one is has your Seltzer I. It's so good. Thank you for getting it for me. Do you have A. We're GONNA talk about hierarchies Allott and the Salvador editor at least twice. But let's start with the Seltzer hierarchy. Here's what I'll say. My actual Seltzer hierarchy is just like Thursday diet coke and then there's other beverages like that's my whole hierarchy but If going to get more specific like I used to like Lacroix. I don't know why they're heated for me. Other than like the guy who founded them as kind of nuts and compared the brand to like an invalid. Remember that whole sorry. Didn't hear this wild. There's a story on the goods by vox about last Bhai box. Your website for instance But yeah that guy's a Wackadoo. So so that Kinda like dented. The brand from a little bit. I like a polar Seltzer because I'm from Massachusetts I do love polar so you're drinking salzer. I'm not drinking anything because I forgot to beverage and we're here to talk about net flicks Chris Movies Net flicks holiday movies. But let's be honest there Christmas movies. Yeah before we get into that because we could spend all day and then we'll you it'll be impossible to get derailed off of that. What else have you been watching on? Fox that isn't Christmas movie. I'll it's a great question and I mean I have been watching. I think there's almost counts the Christmas version of nailed it It's it's flawless flawless. People can't Bake I can't beg. They're they're they're it's it's wonderful. Sometimes I get confused because I'm like I don't really know who the guest judges like Jason. Men's Zukas I was like I get why he's here but then there were other judges where I'm like. I'm not really sure. Are you a baker. Are you just a person. Are you a comedian. I'm not sure but you're funny. I guess you could be any of brightly colored bowtie okay. I guess you're here. I feel like the show has has sort of been on long enough. It hasn't been that long but long enough where it's like. We have this formula where it's like the two judges and then a baker Who Does a a very particular style of baking or has a particular niche and? They're sort of over that. No like you know what we can have anyone in the third share. This is funny. This is about like the nightmares. I think they started it to get probably more famous. People interested two months my like she was the other person. Yeah Oh my God says an excellent Excellent judge just like matches the energy that brought by Nicole diar like he was having the time of his life. You could tell Maya almost seemed like a little confused like she didn't quite know what she got herself into. But in a very funny my Rudolph way like I liked that about it because the whole time I was like I genuinely cannot tell if she's doing an act like pretending to be overwhelmed or if she's truly overwhelmed I think on that show. Some wine is overwhelmed. Like very over pronouncedly overwhelmed at some point in every episode and like often. It's the baker's like the contestants but it could be anyone like sometimes it's shock like I mean I will say I don't think they've ever recaptured. The high of the very first I episode when they had I can't remember her name but like Elderly Female Sylvia Silvio my God oh like she was the best guest ever had and like like I just I just want to follow her around while she like. You know two titles around a kitchen just pointed thing. I always laugh Mike. Kryptonite is when Nicole describe something as chewy because it's like cake should never be chewy and so many of these cakes chewy and I'm not even sure I can like picture picture what that tastes like. Oh you're bad cake because I guess I've never had a truly bad cake. I know I've not enjoyed cakes but I've never experienced. Many of the adjectives used on that show. And like I I really I. This is basically my addition Nilda. Like I'm doing it now video i. I'm making brownies right now. You you can't see me but I'm doing a terrible job. Put me on nailed it like no I want it so much. I'm I think I'm ready. I can't do it and I'm very bad at decker. I've never successfully decorated thing in my entire airline. I've never frosted cake kare every year. My mom sends me birthday cake components. Why she sends me the cake and the frosting separately and ships at New York? My mom is a very sweet woman the frosting yes she set like the Dunkin Hines Lady. She makes the frosting does that. She loves the SAM in the package. Does she put dry ice in the package. You know it's always. It's always worked out what's happening. I'm not sure if you know a room temperature. Dairy is a butter. There's a lot of butter in there. I don't know what's happening with the sugar cooker prevents it from spoiling. That's definitely that science that's science that's an. I don't want to imply that I know too much in that. I can't be on NELGA. What kind of kick did you get last time? It is always a feathery three fudge cake from the Julia Child. Cookbook and chocolate frosting. It's she makes them incredibly good cake and I every year try to trick a friend in the frosting it for me because it's really hard to frost just things just really especially you need. Ideally you would. Have you know one of those wheels like those Lazy Susan. turntable cake stands. It's exactly like watching a EH casino. Ceramics are very hip now yes and there are a lot of people who do those like front facing videos of them like doing turning clay on their ceramics not understand and when they're doing winging it looks so easy and just like Oh you put your finger in the thing and then you have like a bowl. Yeah but I know that if I put my finger in the thing like it would just get everywhere. But but it's like that's what I think of. When I think of Helsinki Claire Savage on Bona petite tossed to kick in? You're like this takes two seconds so easy when I try. I stood smooth motion. And it's like Oh do interview the chrome coat then. It's all going to be better on the second coat and then I try to do the crump coat and it doesn't work it's never worked. What else have you been watching? What does I? I did. Watch the Irishman by myself when I was home. And you know what some things are for other people That's just a movie adult man okay. Here's here's my main while like. Ah Ha it's thrown so long and the de aging technology but like my main thing was mostly just not even complaint. Blake is both Bobby Hana Valley and herk from the wire problem. Love them low. I mean those are my type amend. Just some big hunks They both played characters actors. That are older than they are. which is just weird when you have a movie were so many old men are for are playing younger than they are? It's like for you could cast an old guy for this. I know you know a bunch of them taste like I kind of like the no-one consistency right Benjamin Button for everyone patterns playing a five year old. She's spectacular. It was yeah it was extremely long which is cool. I really really want to watch it. And it's one of those movies I was looking forward to and I was like the day comes out. I'm watching I'm watching it. I'm GonNa Watch chat and then the day came out and I was like I wanna fit it in. I don't have the time and it's also the holidays so it's like your schedule is busier than it. Typically is and I've live seen this tweet going around that's like here's how to split up the watchman's of four parts like a television show. Yeah and it's like stop at this scene. Seems very clever. And that's good to know but also like I want to watch it yet in one fell swoop. I mean it's Martin Scorsese movie the good at the man is good at filmmaking GonNa Lincoln Yeah you know and then after that was over I watch them do mark burpee lear special. The the new one as it's called the House that I liked it. I mean I'm a I like jokes. I like long stories told to me and joke format as there. There are more comedy specialist. Being made more types of people get to make comedy specials. And so like. I don't know that you would have seen at Jenny slate special on the way that you see it now years ago and now one one was like emotional per. Did you watch that. Why did watch that one? Yeah that's Netflix. Okay yeah it was more of a documentary than I was so lovely and it's like you you know she's from Massachusetts. I just was like I felt very implicated by a good way Do you have a haunted family house. Wish I mean my dad. built our house which would not guess by looking at him or the house And it creeks it's like the pipes don't work properly because he installed them and so my whole childhood childhood it was just like like in the middle of the night so it's not haunted but it has haunted by Tim. Hunted announce there's was constructed with Love was constructed with low competence. But you know it. He tried I'm looking in this building like in our studio and I'm just like how do you install a window. The not think about it. People did this. It's someone did everything around us right now. People you at home like People also called Vanessa Hudgens fans and they said. Do you WanNa be a Christmas movie about a night. Travels through time to like fall in love with you yes because of crown and she said Okay and then people got together and they made that movie happen. I like a movie where I mean I love okay number one. I love Christmas movie. Let's say that number two. I love a movie where it seems Kinda clear that they came up with.
"haggerty" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Your soda than someone being like. Here's our Gift Card or whatever I'll say to lake. Sometimes I put my lunch in there if I like make and bring a lunch so there isn't a room I mean. Imagine like when you open it what does it look like. Are there arose or their little pockets in the door. There's a little removable look great. Yeah Yeah separator sort of suitable to the Diet Cokes. There you gotta Ah but yeah you can just take out depending on how but it doesn't fit everything obviously. It is a miniature fred now but like if you have a small lunch and a kind of office culture where people will steal food then you know you clammed it all up yourself. And we'll say I will say they'll last office. I worked at Buzzfeed and I love Buzzfeed so much but there is a real Stealing feeling from the communal fridge situation and there was a whole slack group where everyone would be like seriously just put like my farmer's market like scallions and the French took them and I think that you know any of my former colleagues listening I wanna see if I ever come back I want to see like You know a rose of of desk fridges. Yeah with padlocks. Look I think this is like it's not about sweet thing. I think this is office culture thing and there's a lot of people but it was really finding look inside of me like really guys is like I had a two day old Pinera Salad. Who wanted that gross that I really weird that you wanted to exactly we will link out out to meredith desk diet coke fridge from Home Depot and? I'll also do some research to see if I can get you even even better deal. There might be some good holiday sales on this. I think I'm going to get one for someone in my life. I hope it's a good gift. Yeah and and then I wanted to move onto. I was thinking about my parents and what I was going to get them for the holidays. Today's and I think that is a great thing for my Dad Dad. If you're my dad don't listen to this everyone else. I'm getting my dad all birds for Christmas And then my mom I was thinking about Out and I thought you know what this is the record. I'm that I've given before in the past and I'm GonNa put it to work and give it to my mom. It's only five dollars. It's going to have to go with something else. But she she recently got air pods. Oh what she calls it ear plugs or ear pods or like not the right name. She's so excited about them. She loves loves them and it's just like she's just like there's no court and it's like I know she's like I love that there's no court so but my mom is very. We had a really interesting conversation the other day I was strolling nells of Tj maxx alone. She called her on the phone for like forty five minutes. Just telling you that your pugs. And I'm like Mama. I gotTa get you a case ace like I really highly recommend this like five dollar Amazon Silicone case that carabiners your keys and it goes around the white cay severe. I thing I'm all show it to you but I think the sound of getting the keys out of my bag will be so loud like no one needs to hear that I mean maybe you do. I don't know if that's like what podcast people like like. Sounds imagine the Jingling of McKee's so it's just like a little case it goes on your key ring and it keeps you know your air pods in a place. Where with with the other things that you really don't WanNa lose so you're not gonNA lose your keys? Frani- like any huge amount of time right. So I put mine on my keys. So I'm saying this to my mom thinking that she's like Oh that's a great idea. These things are so expensive and she already advocates. Even you already have a case just like it came with the white one. I'm like no mom in case and and that's not the case but you know there's connecting. I put them in my pocket and And then I realized we were having a real freaky Friday moment where I was the mom being like you're got it was them and I'm not buying you another pair so I'm going to have to be responsible with your your Pug Charissa. You don't understand my everyone. Says they're not going to lose them and then everyone loses scam. And that's Topol makes its money and that's what Tim Cook is doing. So I'M GONNA get my Mama five dollar case which still open like. I told you I didn't want this will use it until this case is great in like six months and forget that you gave it to exact. We'll know she'll always remember but you'll forget the part where she didn't like it didn't like it. Yeah I mean I have a friend who as soon as she got. Air Pods dropped one subway great. That's what happens. It happened to not me but someone I know someone I know to. An Apple Apple knows this happens and sells sells one airport at a time right. They're like Oh we're not interested in fixing the whole thing that maybe you lose yours last if you lose them what you will because everyone does. We'll sell you like it. Just right one for like sixty bucks. Tim Cook you are a bitch But then this is my real recommendation that I brought it in the spirit of winter and the spirit of winter clothing which I love so much when you go shopping for clothing meredith. Do you like look at the tags. On how the clothing is supposed to be cleaned. Yes what are you look for. I look to see that it is not drake the only what about what you hand wash only situation in colder like colors. I think that I'm going to be a different person than I am. So what do you actually do throw it in the washer pulled. No I mean like I just don't wash it a lot. I just have like unclean closed that I don't wear as much as I would like to totally. That's what I or you just wear ongoing close. It's Okay I say I would definitely wear on Cleveland. You guys know Washer Dryer here and it's really expensive. I mean I do. I will say every other time. I've been in this room that we're in right now. I've been unduly. He cares podcast and I have talked with her about handwashing in this room so many times that I'm just like giving myself like she had washes and she has inspired heard me to hand wash. Occasionally I know it is not as bad as it seems but also it's really hard right and you have to find the space and you have to try it and you have the wrong and then you still have to turn between now and there's a little slickness to it because you didn't wash it correctly and like I use a portable washing machine In my house if your million Lord you're not listening they don't tell I mean. Don't tell my landlord this. We have a portable washing machine. Which means we wash everything in this thing? We air dry everything And the thing that I give the most most positive is my sweaters. What ends up happening is I get these great sweaters every year Last year two years ago my favorite sweaters from ever lane I bought three in that was like my whole Winter Ktar last year sweater. Was this Banana Republic situation that I love so much that I waited till everything went on Salem. I bought four in white and foreign gray like a true uh-huh honey mark Zuckerberg have eight of these sweat. I'm very much of what once I turned thirty. I was like I like four things and I'm buying twenty of each of these things because there's nothing worse than going to a store and being like do you still carry like the high rise low rise like where's the tippy. We don't have that anymore and I'm like right but we have this amazing Jean. That will look shitty on. You don't want it so every time I find something I like. I'm like well. You gotta I gotTa buy it up now so I have all these banana republic sweaters that I really love and they're super convenient but they're you know hand wash only so put them in the gentle cycle on the washing machine and I realized like they start to pill taking really quickly and in the past. I'm like I guess I just throw these swear now until my friend Julia last year was like you don't have to throw out your clothing. You can get a sweater shaver and I was like a what now. Who is the man who does I don't know over? And she sent me Lincoln. It's like this eleven dollar connor sweater. SHAVER battery operated off of Amazon or getting off of Amazon. And it has its. I have it right here and this is what it sounds like. That's good radio like a chainsaw. And you just rub it over. I'm making the Moshav took over my breasts which I'll just move down to my stomach rubbing over your sweater. Not While you're wearing it right you know you have the two right yes I do. You don't do so you have to be super delicate because they can cut a hole in your sweater but lay yes. So here's the here's the big twist this recommendation. I didn't actually know how to use it when I got it. I was just like I'm just going to do this on my favorite Banana Republic sweater cut a hole in my sweater. was doing it while I had it on. I mean luckily I have three more in the same color but I actually don't. I bought this sweater sweater shaver. But I don't know how to. I don't think I know how to use it. There are three settings at the top and for these lines. Yes you like. Click them and there's like a short line a medium short line and then a longer line and then there's a catchall for the The lint The lines I think are are sort of like how deep it'll go. I know what does that mean sweater has long taught me how to use this thing for you. I think and I'm no expert. I'm channeling Julia Right now. We were sounds and bring her brunner to us What I'm pretty sure you should just like to start layer sweater on the bed right? Flat flat flat Like with something underneath it and underneath like in the middle like where your body would be. So you're not doing like the front and the back touching no no Although maybe that is a good idea uh-huh cardboard or something. That's probably like we're sitting here like you..
"haggerty" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"To myself okay. No one is better giving me gifts than me. I'm really good at. I think I know just what I want. I loved here. Yeah I hear Ya I really do so actually but how I got this in the first place I didn't buy by it all of that. And then okay. I didn't in the first place and then I bought to replace it when it broke. Oh Okay and then I got another one when that one broke because they also these break pretty easily. What you're talking about what you lay our trail you already on your third? Whatever it is? We're talking on my third of this thing and it's going to be extra humiliating that that's It is a a tiny fridge that I keep on my desk for Diet Cokes at at work at the Office I oh my God. It's the it's from frigid air. It's Klay wish my face was just me. My I'm inspired thing. I am that Oprah gift. That's like that video that she's like she is the mother. I've never had like that. That's that's hard to about you right now. Whoa this is what I do? Every you have a personal Diet Coke Fridge on your desk that you have now replaced twice. Yes okay so how did you come into the first one having not paid for it so the Jersey Land. I mean definitely I'm constantly not for it to. That's too hard so My former at and spiritually current colleague Cheryl whichever who used to be staff writer for the goods and now freelances for us a lot. She's a beauty reporter and she gets a lot of free stuff whole project about it on Iraq. Diana loved that I will link to that is so cool. It's this huge package about all the stuff that PR people send People who write about you know shopping and consumerism and brands and fashion and beauty and it was something like three hundred thousand dollars worth of almost almost one hundred thousand dollars but Cheryl got sixty six thousand dollars okay. I can't wait till link this story. Everyone needs to read it. It's what two years it's definitely more than a couple of years. Sold one of the best things that's ever been put. I honestly love it baby made of garbage. I really really really really love it. Okay so is this. So this is Cheryl rack or should know Cheryl got this okay brand. I think the first one actually the first one was from Esi NFL like sort of a logical because mostly when people give these tiny fridges. The other thing commute for besides desk diack fridge. Yeah is skin-care Fritsch Jessica brings more sense. I totally agree. I know that's getting here fridges. I've I've seen them before. I I love the idea that my bathrooms do small for it but your skincare supposed to be cold. I mean I know that like old ladies. Keep their now falls in the fridge that which is the SE thing which totally it can be easily. I'd never really heard that before but I accept it because I got a free rein and there was a coke in there too. I think like a bottle. Yup I'll take Ramey This is the most me I gr- skin Gary. You have made for Diko yes okay. How many hosts Finn Six Wall. Yeah so a day's worth it's a the morning. Yeah let's get crazy so I get the first one from Cheryl It works great for a really long time and then eventually it sort of black okay. It's a tiny fridge on your desk at work you hook brand makes it or that was another brand the brand that I then replaced it way. Okay personally with my from my own funds like a person would Is there and and it's they sell them on Home Depot. They're like something like thirty five dollars. Twenty to thirty range maybe. Even it's frigid air. Yeah and they want like a tiny retro fridge. She's the one that I got is tiffany blue. which is pretty yeah But that went honestly Kinda crap out after a shorter period of time you write a rude review. I did not but I know lifetime warranty on the DIKO. There is definitely a miniature for twenty five dollars for one candidate. Maybe the worst thing for the environment that I've ever in everything I do. I hear I hear you But so I told that to Cheryl. I was just like Oh. I replaced the tiny fridge that you gave me the and the new one crapped out really fast and she was like I just got another one from. Oh Gosh I forget which brand to our sorry to that brand but another brand sent her another fridge and you want this one and I was like I sure to so now. What are your desk? Meets your colleagues think of You know every three months. There's a new fridge on your desk. I mean I think they're impress. Is there a lock on it. So that people can't steal your diet coke. They consider putting on I. I really want to physically do it sure. Every morning I come to the office the the Diet Cokes. That are in the main fridge. That are not cold enough for me. I put them in my own fridge. Temperature you you're in control the temp no. It's just colder. Oh it's just A. It's an on off switch supercenters like are like I think it might be like a hot cold actually But Yeah it's it's which like what does that for I would love to be. I have a lot of question I would like to see it. But it Yeah I put a put a diet coke in there so it it's colder and take out the one that I left in there the day before which is very very cold. I'm colder than the ones I never have to stand up all day which is actually sort of annoying. Because sometimes they'll be like I need to walk around but I have no excuse. There's no that it's so I mean in twenty five dollars is like the exact and this is the kind of recommendation I love. Because it's like you're not looking to like no one's like needs a mini fridge. Yeah no one needs a mini fridge on their desk. Diet Coke is twenty nine ninety nine. Do you track your home. I got wait. Can I say handing you the phone right now. I'm like I need to see if there's a warranty on okay. I'm I'm sure there's very rhetoric vessel by. It's twenty nine ninety nine. It's marked down. Forty four ninety nine. You can save fifteen dollars Thirty three percent it's Home Depot's graciously pointed out. I'm not that good at math. It comes in black red and like a Nice T. L. which I assume is the tiffany blue Amazing really fun. I'm obviously going to buy one even though I'm like moving out of the state and a few months and like absolutely do not need to bring anything else to my house but who maybe three order one into arrive to you in California. That's a great idea like the inaugural thing in my house like a thirty dollar before anything else. You have this yet. That's all I need for my diet. Kasese and we can get into that later not have same workshop Pepsi. I didn't have Dakota I was in college. It's a cultural divide. It is I know friends. Anyway we've managed managed to make it work. I love that recommendation if the third one craps out will you be buying a fourth I I think I might have to switch brands at that point to one. That's no longer dollars but like like I am now so attached to having a tiny fridge on my desk that I don't think I could go back. Wow I just my life is saying that..
"haggerty" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Hi Thank you very calming me so I'm super excited to have you wouldn't as we know. The holidays are coming up and one of the things that I was thinking. The other day was just like how Bad Dad Recommendation Forget like dad gift. Drexel are so impossible and they're awful like right like how many whiskey ice cubes can you buy father. Why do we think America's fathers are all alcoholics? Aw Alcoholic Golf players. Yes never played golf in his life. I don't think my dad plays Golf. But he doesn't drink a lot of whiskey he gets like really drunk off one dockery and and then like can't drive the golf cart terrible at drinking much better at this perfect so you know every year. I'm like you you know my dad doesn't wear ties. He hasn't played golf. I don't like doesn't smoke cigars. I don't know whose dad does all this stuff but like apparently it's enough dads that fuel the entire male over fifty like rack industry. So I wanNA know like what you buy your dad for the holidays and like how how much you spent like. Please help us. No more whiskey balls more whiskey balls. I mean it's like it's exactly as hard for me as everyone else but I last Christmas stumbled Donna. Give them. My Dad happened to lake so I also got him the same thing for father's Day at his insistence. Oh Wow yeah. He was like we have solved it like he also likes when things are solved. That Way Dad does. He's like Oh we have a system now and it's like I can't keep buying you this. But what is it is the ultimate bloomer. Shoe all birds. Wow Yeah my daddy wait a minute. Hold on the ultimate boomer. She'll Albert's ultimate millennials. Who are the ultimate San Francisco millennials? You the ultimate tech brochure. Initially Honda boomers just embraced them really not okay boomer. Not Okay boomer. But they love them 'cause they're Mm Soft and warm. It's about Auburn. Just for those of us who maybe haven't seen an instagram ad for them or San Francisco and witnessed everybody who works at we work. Yeah walking walking outside to get US weekly and salad so I guess they are. They do have a little bit of a Their shoes there initially yet. They have an initially like hip shoe reputation sneakers that that look like I always like to say like if a child. You're a sneaker it's just like the basic idea of a sneaker there is nothing there's no like Nike swoosh. There's no fans there's no sneaker head Hullaballoo it's just like there's a shoe on your wall. They're like net or so I think there's two weights or maybe more than two. There's actually three maybe weights. I might add has to now has a wool one which he immediately like got wet and ruined and because because he walked down and walked into water in wool shoes. Yeah these shoes are will. I should definitely walk into the lake with them. Which I believe is what my father did and he also he's like never goes on the lake like underneath the census does not like to be wet but then I buy him a pair of shoes and he's like going in the lake and these shoe? He felt powerful. I mean that's what this does so okay so you bought a wool shoes. Do you wear socks with these shoes. Yes and your dad does too. Yes I mean I wonder I've never worn them myself. I basically like I started here around. the office. Vox Dot com around the goods office. That boomers seem to really like these shoes. I think my my colleague Julia Ruben's parents might like them talked about them. Other friends of mine talked about how talk about them. I think they're being advertised to boomers. Wear I don't know it's not on instagram. My parents didn't even learn about them but once now my father is doing the old fashioned viral of just telling all his friends about them. Calm the word of really bragging about the issue. How much did did you spend on the initial pair? They are ninety five dollars. Okay that's pretty good and like okay so let them like you celebrate Christmas so it's Christmas morning you're like Dad. Here's your gaffed. Sort of walk me through. Did you have a lot of questions when he opened them. I mean the questions are more like oh he didn't ask for them right. You like I'm GonNa get my Dad Aubert. I was like I hear you need some shoes. He didn't need shoes heels. I think sneakers were probably like forty seven years old. My dream is someday. I'll have enough money to get my parents in new mattress us. They're going to be really excited that I'm saying this podcast. Because they're mattress is from the Nixon administration and that's not a bit older than I am bio by good minding. My parents are to. Oh you my parents have that same thing there. My ears are very practical. Yes I'm like. Why don't you get this thing like? Why would we get a new thing? And I'm like I don't know because they just got a new refrigerators. The first frigid since I was born it it has the freezer on the bottom. It's very exciting. The ice maker in the door. I'm like we're a town like wow. We have come into some money I see no rolling. Yeah exactly okay. So it's green while other has also put a TV in bat in the room in every room of his house including the bathroom. And the I the more you talk about your father the more I see myself I mean. Honestly the bathroom. TV is like the word the third the word the third wire carrow sort of you know twitter recommendation. I ever met was I've ever made was this Is this like stick to the wall. Sort of stand. Did you got any. Lean your iphone on your ipad on it and then he wants to watch your movies in the shower and I honestly watch law and order like while I'm doing my hair and it's and I have to now on the bathroom mirror ones in my actual bathtub see. I put mine on on the mirror which I believe is what you told me to do and I a little bit which I put it in the bathtub. That's what to going back and forth literally ten dollars anyway. I'll link to for that back to Christmas morning. Your Dad opens a shoes. What's the initial reaction is like? Oh shoes okay. And then so. He's not. He's not bowled over right away. I don't know what Your Dad's like like my dad is usually receive gifts with a like. Oh yeah no no. I got a lot like law and then like you know three or six months later. He suddenly realizes that he's been like wearing it all the time or he gets a complimentary whatever and it or maybe my mom is prompting and who can say. It'll be a really liked those shoes and then or I really liked that sweatshirt. We're like I gave him the sweatshirt. That was It's an American giants which I had written a story about American giant. I was like Dad. Here's the sweatshirt like it's meaningful. Because I wrote this whole story about the company money on like this. It's it's you know so that you can tell people about your daughter. Whatever right and he's like okay and then you know nine months later? He's like I wonder what your life. That's great thank you. I'm yeah so so your Dad's like opening the gift he's like did he. Try them on right away No I think you waited. I think like they're sort of lattice. How does he know reaction for a long time? Then my parents come to visit then then at some point I start to hear. Oh I I like these shoes and then shortly after oh it turns out there really like these shoes is oh I walked into the water in these shoes and ruin them perfect right And then My parents came to visit me in New York. And it's what you do with your parents when they visit you hear. Yeah like non-state visiting I take my parents to the like the Amazon four-star store. You'll like this. You've been on Amazon. And where the stores nearby and I was like well. I don't know if you want to go to the Auburn Sterling. Seem like you'd liked those and you can see those shoes. You have in their natural habitat. I'm a terrible. And he's like Oh sure and then somehow that ends with him just being like I would like the lighter weight version of the issues and you can give them to me for father's Day and I was like done Gun Buddy your dad has now like a teenager who's like pointing at something in like February and he's like I like those next time it's time for me to get a gift but it's like I just bought them bed. Ed which I think was February for Father's Day and I was like sure back at them and gave them to me. That's a great honestly. I'm convinced that I should get my dad. A pair of all birds words because I've never considered it But it's it's such a dad shoe will then I think I think that's the great they're not designing but they're also not like you know I'm I'm not trying to make Dad got you these running shoes like you know I might add. You're not making a decision for his. Life is like an every day shoe right. Neutral Palette super super neutral gray or dark blue like it's a great idea there's ninety five bucks five bucks and you already got him two pairs. Yeah I don't know what I'm GonNa do for Christmas. I honestly think go through the third pair. I think there's another kind of he's GonNa get them and that's a I think I think you have to get your dad. All birds in delete tells you to stop or maybe just feel like he has such a surplus that he can just walk into to all the lakes he sees and he'll just like it's fine my daughter. We'll get me another parents. They're basically disposable. Ninety five dollars realize you're not supposed to get them wet. I just assume like all tacky sort of shoes or like where them in the shower. They cannot be ruined but I guess they're just I mean I don't think I think they may have bounced back. I should check with about it. I ah honestly I WANNA listeners now but yeah I mean you're probably don't walk into the water in most sneakers just as a matter of I know that he was wearing like jeans with black dress socks at the time to like I know that in my heart I love So there's no way he should have been in the water next time he's in town. Oh you I would. I would really like that. I would really like to talk about that every TV and every room of the house. It's you know what it's the best thing he's doing. He just retired. And like what makes you not WanNa wait until retirement. The I'm just going to start putting in every room it I mean I when I saw it I was like this is ridiculous like you're being ridiculous that's crazy. I came home I immediately bought a second. TV for my own adamantly which. I do bring into the bathroom. But it doesn't come to lift it and bring it on the I honestly think investment high-powered for that or like some sort of like kindle kindle. Fire that you just asked you know. Load up your Netflix Hulu. Yeah I'm ready. I am the kind of person that if I had. TV in every room. In my house. I would I would like have someone waiting and everyone's like Oh. Hey we're going to press play now on this up so that the the same episode of views playing in every room at no matter what I'm doing or where I'm going with me. That is absolutely my biggest stresses just like. Oh so. I started watching Netflix. Let it snow in the living room and I go into the night time code on the thing right exactly okay so you heard it here. All Birds For dad's air neither whiskey adjacent Golf Jason. I assume you can't golf in them. I can golf it and neither does my dad. So we'll loved ask yours. That's a really good gift idea. Thank I'm stealing it. I'm giving it to my dad. I look forward to Mr Mom. Yeah exactly I look forward to him opening it and being like But I already have shoot you. Get another pair dad. It's we're going big this year And I also asked you so. That's an under one hundred dollar recommendations I also I also asked you to bring me In your head the best thing that you have bought for yourself or that you have in your life that you paid less than fifty dealers. I think you're told you..
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
"haggerty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mike Haggerty the KFBK afternoon news news ninety three point one AMPK I think if it's nothing more than that just this one a little changing messaging not much at all it is the idea that when either the Democrat candidates media anybody that that happens to get national air time on cable news or in a newspaper article or whatever when any of those people go after trump as a racist white supremacist white nationalist they're smearing all of us and it is that it is a smear I like just had a caller he doesn't know anybody you know white supremacist I don't either I don't think I've ever met one I the whole idea of the whole notion that they're wandering around out there in great numbers and that they have some sort of impact in conservatism I mean it's just absurd and everybody knows it but what all being tarred and feathered with this were all being smeared in is the media go after him it's not just him they're going after so the more he aligns himself with his base with his supporters rather than continuing to rely on US aligning with him it's a two way street and again this is not a criticism I don't want anybody be misunderstood but right during all I'm I'm sure that people in the White House are worried the impact on my gosh we losing people you think this is affecting him are all asking each other because some of them are in there are not trumpets when I got the stuff got to be working no no no the the and and the way to make sure that doesn't happen yes for trump to continue to align himself with his supporters as they continue to be loyal and align themselves with that look it's a real subtle thing I'm talking about it's not a big deal it doesn't require a full speech can be just a one off comment but I'm telling you it would it would go a long way because it's a there's a whole lot of people out here waving to be represented did to go back to the bush years remember when when rove and bush would not respond to any of this horrible bush Hitler stop that they were saying and how you wondered what that was going on because if they're not willing to defend themselves are not willing to defend you'll tell you there's a gold mine here so that was really the point I gotta go again the break is upon us way back before you help.
Trump announces ambassador to Japan will run for Senate
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"haggerty" Discussed on The Frame
"That's Patrick Haggerty in nineteen seventy-two, his band, lavender, country recorded one of the earliest openly queer, albums of the era. It's also the first gay country album for Patrick news of the stonewall rebellion was liberating. I came out immediately, as soon as I heard the call from stonewall. I mean it was like the next day. I went this is it. This is my call. This is where I make a move. Got one. The lavender country record. Also reflects the radical politics of the gay liberation movement. The stonewall rebellion took place during a radical period in American history. It was connected to the anti Vietnam war movement, the women's movement..
"haggerty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"haggerty" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Again. So how do that? I've I well, thank you. I'm currently sitting in the stat PM more wa ching born a Szarek shin. Merrin chile. Go through their preparations. Having quite an intense practice set in front of me at the moment or right? Who's winning? Well, then I'm talking to you. But I would I would actually maybe sake. Sure, it's just been winning more points. Okay. Fine. Well, we've got loads to get through today because Matt's has been at the press conference is he's being at the draw. We've got a lot to talk about head of the Davis Cup final which begins on Friday tomorrow. We've also got an exclusive interview with David Haggerty of the the top man at the who Matt has been speaking to about the future about next year about what happens when the traditional Davis Cup format is no more when they start having a Davis Cup finals with with. What is the eighteen nations? Yep. That's right. Yeah. Eighteen nations neutral venue and some two of those nations being wildcards as well. Yeah. So that will be this time next year. That's all happening matters got into it with David Haggerty. Talking about the ATP Cup announcement last week. And what that means and the vision, I absolutely fascinating already heard this interview and David Haggerty. Does give some insight into the meetings that went on last week with Chris commode and Cray highly at the Cup announcement ahead of that. So that's a come. But first of all, let's let's have a look at what we've had today because it's revealed a draw which was a bit of a surprise to me. Matt tell tell us what the drawer is. Yes. So it was a bit of a surprise. I it wasn't of audible gasp level of surprise. But I it was surprising because Jeremy shoddy has come in for France and he's replaced. Luke appre is the number one. And then you have Joe Wolford song goes the number two said that leaves Friday singles as Jeremy shoddy against Bowen sharks and Songa against Maron Chile. Does that give you audible gasp levels of surprise countering? No. Oh, not far off over gospels of surprise FRANZ. France has an embarrassment of riches and yet not an obvious standout. They pick themselves player. Songa can be that player when he's when he's in Fuhrman fit. But he suddenly hasn't been I mean off to a didn't we your impressions where you've been the twenty four hours or so I was hearing reports on cheese day that Sanga was down because he pulled out he stopped to practice session early on Tuesday complaining of pain in his back. So there was a lot of speculation that. Very sadly, Joe for Sanga wouldn't be able to play which people were already sort of talking about what a shame. That would be. I think it was the twenty ten Davis Cup final. He had to miss with a knee injury. And you'll say Mr. twenty fourteen final Senate missed one of the matches missed the second reverse singles rubber in the the twenty fourteen funnel g to an injury. So seemed like this litany of issues for Songa was continuing. And yet lo and behold poorly. Capri they gets left in the cold. So yeah. Given that backdrop it. It did surprise me, bro..
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Amazon, Toyota, Alcoa and others working to counter Trump's tariff plans
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"haggerty" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Interesting uh vehicle mark kid and i just need to remind you that peace auto world guess line is powered by haggerty deep classic car insurance only haggerty se expertise and protection to protect your car how it deserves quoted haggerty dot com or with your local agent haggerty for people who love cars we're back with mark williams editor in chief a pickup trucks dot com and um mark uh let's let's talk about that silverado which made debut uh in january at the detroit international auto show uh this the ram this is the 1500s silverado so they could to others the three major players with all new products uh what about four today do anything to make news in either detroit or in chicago uh not on that half tonnes side they um they did announce uh about a month maybe about six weeks before the actual detroit auto show that they weren't going to be offering a diesel engine uh but as far as uh redesigning their f one fifty which just got redesigned basically in two thousand fifteen so not that long ago um it it was very unusual to have two of the major head dead competitors uh and these are the you know some of the highest volume sales vehicles in the country very unusual to have them both come out eat exact same show with debut to the world uh in fact a lot of times they will fight like crazy to make sure that they don't ever kind of step on each other's thunder but this time for whatever reason i am not exactly sure if it was intentional or not uh they both decided to use this detroit auto show it could make the big splash yeah and uh.