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Reddick wins NASCAR playoff race in long, tiring Texas day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Reddick wins NASCAR playoff race in long, tiring Texas day

"It was a race marred by 16 cautions that affected multiple NASCAR championship playoff contenders but when the checkered flag fell it was Tyler Reddick out front at Texas Motor Speedway with most of the cautions caused by blown tires Reddick admitted he was worried while trying to hold on to the lead over second place Joey Logano To finally cross the line and know that we finished the race and that vibration wasn't really anything at all as it seemed was a huge sense of relief Legato said tires robbed him of his chance to win Kind of gotta be happy leaving as the points later So bittersweet and I feel like we lost one out there but not really of our own doing Justin Haley finished third Jerry Jordan Fort Worth Texas

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Nikki Haley Blasts ‘Racist’ Sunny Hostin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Nikki Haley Blasts ‘Racist’ Sunny Hostin

"Open for messages I'm pretty sure I was on a CNN pound with sunny hostin She always struck me as arrogant frankly a little dopey and she's the smartest person in the room just to ask her If you get what I mean I just said two and three they're not contradictory I've read it to her a lot She's on the view now which is kind of strange because her view is usually pretty dumb And she said this yesterday about Nikki Haley It has to be one of the most bigoted grotesque things I've heard on the network TV in a long time Basically making fun of her name she has because she's in the suggesting that Nikki Haley is somehow afraid of being Indian which again is in soft bigotry it's just straight old bigotry Check this out Nikki Haley incredibly effective And decide not to embrace our ethnicity so that we can pass I don't think that's a fair rule by a different name I don't want to be the one to say it but that's Americans can't pronounce Asunción because of the indication So sunny hostin who doesn't even go by her own first name That's okay But Nikki Haley Nikki Haley is trying to pass see that's an insult that people some racists in the leftist community throw in people who don't subscribe to their liberal values

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Where Every Race Stands With Trafalgar Chief Pollster Robert Cahaly

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

Where Every Race Stands With Trafalgar Chief Pollster Robert Cahaly

"Now is Robert Haley from Trafalgar group, the most accurate polling company in the country. They have hit it right on the mark and I'm going to ask him a lot of questions about kind of races that are happening here. Robert, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, it's great to be here, Charlie. Thank you. So let me ask you just a couple top line stuff. What are you seeing on the generic for the Republican Democrat for the House of Representatives. As you see it today, how do you believe the House representatives will kind of play out 63 days out from the midterms? Yeah, we see the Republicans up in the generic, but we also don't think the generic is necessarily this crystal ball, because what these comes down to particular races, Republicans tend to do better state by state and district by district than they do on our national analysis considering there are so many districts that are just one sided Democrat in so many more competitive, that lane Republicans. So we see a big pickup and but even in the generic, we show a consistent four or 5 point lead for the Republican. So what do you think that manifests as far as seat majority's potentially? And do you think that's going to expand as we get closer to election day? I don't know that the generic ballot is going to change and one of the main reasons is I'm sure you've noticed this. The left and left leaning polling organizations, whether they're from universities or whether they are part of the mainstream media are going to continue to skew these following averages with nonsense numbers. So it really doesn't matter if there's only two or three of us telling the truth out there. That generic ballot is going to continue to take toward the left. But as far as what's actually going to happen in the elections, no, I think the Republicans are going to pick up what we've seen in the last week or so. After the announcement of the student loan forgiveness, we've just seen a visceral. I mean, this is the biggest thing we've seen so far.

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Why Trump Routinely Dominates Straw Polls Like the Recent CPAC One

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Why Trump Routinely Dominates Straw Polls Like the Recent CPAC One

"At the recent cpac conference in Dallas, which concluded this weekend there was a straw poll. And the results of the straw poll reported pretty widely in the media. Trump 69%, this is for 2024. Desantis 23% and pretty tellingly, Cruz 2% Pompeo, Nikki Haley, Rand Paul, Kristi Noem all 1%, and by the way, notice who's not there. Mike Pence 0%. Wow. Now, I want to try to explain the Trump phenomenon here because there are some people who say and I've been seeing this on social media that desantis is much more kind of error free than Trump. Desantis doesn't make Trump's mistakes. He is very effective as Trump is in hitting back at the media. They both have that kind of fortitude, but desantis is less ad hominem, desantis is in some ways certainly in terms of his personal life. He seems unbelievably clean, caught, he's got the sort of perfect resume. So why is it? Why is it then that Trump is consistently not just ahead, but way ahead? I mean, Trump is over two thirds of the vote. And desantis is desantis numbers only improve if you take Trump out of the equation. So what's going on here? Well, I want to try to explain this in an unusual way. The writer Scott Fitzgerald, this is the author, of course, of The Great Gatsby and a number of other important books. Scott Fitzgerald, once said something very poignant and I think very illuminating. He said, he said, I've got the two second best things to have. But I don't have the two best things to have. And he went on to explain that the second best things to have in his view were good looks and intelligence and Scott Fitzgerald goes, I got those two. But he goes, but the two best things to have are animal magnetism, animal magnetism, and money.

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House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump face primaries

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump face primaries

"Three Republican members of Congress who voted to impeach former president Donald Trump are being challenged in today's primary elections representative Peter Meyer of Michigan and representatives Jamie Herrera beutler and Dan newhouse of Washington are the biggest test yet for GOP incumbents who broke with Trump after the January 6 riots In Arizona a major QAnon figure Ron Watkins is up for congressional seat On the democratic side to incumbents in Michigan representatives and 11 and Haley Stevens are facing each other in a newly drawn congressional district and two members of the progressive squad have primary challengers representative Cory bush and Missouri and representative Rashida Tlaib in Michigan I'm Julie Walker

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If Donald Trump Runs in 2024, Who Will You Vote For?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 2 months ago

If Donald Trump Runs in 2024, Who Will You Vote For?

"Asked the question to our students, 5000 students, very, very high turnout, by the way, in the poll very high. We asked the question, quote, if Donald Trump did run and the 2024 Republican presidential primary offers the following choices for whom would you vote? Only those receiving votes are listed. So we asked the question, would you vote for Mike Pence? Would you vote for Nikki Haley? Would you vote for Ted Cruz? Would you vote for Mike Pompeo? Would you vote for Kristi Noem? Would you vote for Ron DeSantis or Donald Trump? 7 options. If Donald Trump did run in 2024, presidential primary and it offers the following choices for whom did you vote? Donald Trump won with 78.7% of the vote. You guys can put the graphic up on screen. Ron DeSantis finished second with 19% of the vote, Cristina, with 1% of the vote, Mike Pompeo with .5%, Ted Cruz with .3%, .3% for Ted Cruz, .3% for Nikki Haley and .3% for Mike Pence. 78%.

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Caller: If People Really Support Trump, They Should Stop Runs

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Caller: If People Really Support Trump, They Should Stop Runs

"Want to say something that I know ought to be obvious to everybody that is seems to be obvious with me, especially when you include people like no trumpers and Liz Cheney and fox's Tucker. This is a ploy by the Democrats. All they got to do is put it out and guess what? They don't even have to do the work. We're doing it to ourselves. We'll shoot ourselves in the foot. So Sally, you just think that Mike Pence hanging out for a couple of months in New Hampshire and South Carolina and Iowa. You think that's a Democrat ploy? Well, it's a good way to use it too, okay? Maybe he started out with honest appeal, okay? But once it gets promoted by everybody else, guess what? They found out, hey, that's a good boy. We won't even have to do the work ourselves. I see, I see. So you think this is so you really think there's really nothing to worry about here that if Trump says I'm running, everybody's going to jump in behind the president. No, it needs to be shot down now. If people are really supporting Trump, who has the skills and the ability to work within a national leader with business leaders and do the things that he was able to do because of his finances, he was able to stand up and not back down. And they're not many people who will do that. And he is the one who has proven that will do that. Yeah, look, I mean, I don't object to that. And again, if you've got somebody like a Nikki Haley or a Christian ohm, and they're really not running, but everybody's all the speculation. Just to get their name mentioned, yeah. But Sally, I'm going to tell you that some of these folks really are thinking about running, and we get the we hear from their staff. They send us notes behind the scenes, so there are people that are making moves.

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Which Republicans Are Gearing up for a Potential Presidential Run?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Which Republicans Are Gearing up for a Potential Presidential Run?

"Us. So there's some interesting rumblings. I got a couple of emails over the weekend from some folks up in D.C. down in Florida. And they've been, they've been paying attention to some of the maneuvering of folks like Mike Pence, governor Christie nome, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, even senator Tim Scott over in South Carolina. Not so much Scott as the others that I just mentioned. But there are Republicans that are starting to maneuver themselves. For what could be presidential runs. Now, the general thought and the working theory within the Republican Party is that Trump is going to run. And that if Trump decides to run that the nomination is Trump's if he wants it. In other words, everybody else in the party would stand down if in fact he decides to jump into the race. Now you could say that's a good thing that's a bad thing and I can see the pros and the cons of both, but do we really want a long drawn out Republican primary where you've got all of these up and coming Republican superstars taking cheap shots at Donald Trump. There are also rumblings that establishment Republicans are gearing up and that someone like a Liz Cheney could enter the race. A Liz Cheney who, by the way, is trailing her opponent in her congressional race in Wyoming by what 20 points. But they're saying she might jump into the race and it might be that Mike Pence is going to be the establishment guy. Pompeo has been mentioned as a choice, but I don't think he's ready to jump in yet. And I think a lot of these folks are going to wait and see what Trump does, but people are already starting to make moves.

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Who Will Be the GOP Presidential Nominee for 2024?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Who Will Be the GOP Presidential Nominee for 2024?

"Who is going to be the Republican nominee in 2024, it seems early to be able to answer that question now, but it's pretty clear how the question would be answered if we were deciding the question today. And you know, I think it's pretty obvious that Trump would be the nominee. It's quite likely that desantis would be his pick. It's not going to be Pence. We can be sure of that. For vice president, and that seems to me to be a ticket that would make probably a lot of sense. Why? Because Trump is the most popular figure in the Republican Party, desantis would be second. And all of this is confirmed in the Harvard Harris poll just came out. Which had Trump at 56%, the Santa said 16, and then everybody else is very low. Pence is at 7. Nikki Haley at four Rubio a two Tim Scott had two Ted Cruz a one Pompeo at one so Trump is obviously the dominant figure. I think everyone knows that. And so what makes a strange is as an article in the hill, and if you read the article, the title, the headline is this. Desantis leads 2024 GOP pack. What? This is a flat out misstatement of what the poll shows. In fact, desantis is in the low double digits. He's at 16% compared to Trump's 56. But of course, as you read the article, you realize that the hill is trying to play a little bit of a sleight of hand, they their headline is if Trump is not the nominee. You didn't see all these all these leftists wish that Trump is not the nominee. It's the point of the whole January 6th proceedings. Let's try to make sure Trump is not the nominee. Let's try to prevent him from running again. And that wishful thinking is reflected in this

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Trump's vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Trump's vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony

"The household committee investigation of the attack on the capitol might be having an impact on Republicans Iowa has traditionally been an early stop for politicians eyeing The White House Former South Carolina governor and Trump administration ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley drew some 350 Republicans to an Iowa cookout this past Thursday She didn't say she was or wasn't going to run even if former president Donald Trump is in the race for the 2024 nomination I've never lost a race I'm not going to start now I'll put a 1000% in and I'll finish it AP correspondent Thomas Beaumont reports some polls show Trump's Republican support sliding before the committee hearings The former president's popularity has been declining among Republicans since before all of this explosive testimony Aids from multiple GOP presidential prospects indicate publicly and privately their increasingly emboldened to challenge Trump in light of the committee's testimony I'm Tim McGuire

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GOP's Rice loses, Mace stays on after challenges by Trump-endorsed candidates

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

GOP's Rice loses, Mace stays on after challenges by Trump-endorsed candidates

"I'm Jennifer King reporting South Carolina splits the difference between two Trump targets and Tuesday's primaries 5 term U.S. representative Tom rice who supported the second impeachment of Donald Trump was defeated in the GOP primary for South Carolina's 7th congressional district which includes Myrtle Beach This see doesn't belong to me It belongs to the voters right And so it's what they want not what I want Audio courtesy WPD Rice lost a state representative Russell fry who was backed by Trump but U.S. representative Nancy mace who criticized the former president over his role in the January 6th insurrection held on to her seat in South Carolina's first district defeating Trump back challenger Katie arrington Maestro endorsements from high profile Republicans like Mick mulaney and Nikki Haley Trump did congratulate mace on her victory and predicted she would win in November To see that unity come forth is a really big deal to keeping our party together and moving forward in the low country and winning in November Audio courtesy IV I'm Jennifer King

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Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | 5 months ago

Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.

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Logano bumps Byron on next-to-last lap for Darlington win

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Logano bumps Byron on next-to-last lap for Darlington win

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The Media and Their Abortion Myths

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 5 months ago

The Media and Their Abortion Myths

"Abortion dominated the coverage. I commented last night before I went out to the movie that, you know, if you read the elite media and I do every night show prep. It's so deep blue. It's so pro abortion right. You won't get a sense of it. Republicans on cusp of abortion win seek to change the subject. No, they're not. I'm going to play for you in segment three, John thune on the Senate floor. It's best example, but Joni Ernst on this show, you have to say Nikki Haley. We are all proudly pro life. We want to restrict abortion, but do so via state legislatures and not change a single blue state law. That's the bottom line. We're not trying to change the subject. We're happy to campaign on that subject. And if blue states don't want candidates adopting that subject, you will get Republicans like Pete Wilson running in states like that who have always been pro choice. It reflects the federalism of America. This is abortion pills by mail posed challenge for officials in red state. No, they don't. They can't stop those. The interstate commerce clause. Once close allies, Robertson Alito have taken divergent path. No, they have not. They are still together far more than they are apart, and there's no indication that chief justice had did not assign the opinion to Alito. That's a made up of blue bubble media thing.

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Why the Supreme Court Draft Decision Was Approached With Reason

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Why the Supreme Court Draft Decision Was Approached With Reason

"Court. I've been teaching these cases for 25 years at Chapman university school of law. And I know them backwards and forwards. And so I read the opinion I'm persuaded. It's the correct opinion. I hope it's at least a 6 three decision. I don't know if you've had a chance to read the opinion of what you think of its reasoning. But I find it persuasive. Did you have a chance to read it? I have not you. So with all the stuff we're working on here. But I do have some members of my legal team and we sat down briefly yesterday. And I tried to hit some of those high points. And what they have been able to review so far, they also thought it was very sound reasoning. And not coming from a pro life or pro abortion standpoint, they were looking at it as just pure reasoning and they felt that it was the right direction. So I'm excited to dig in a little deeper and see. But this is unfortunate. I shouldn't even have this opportunity, right? Yes. It is because it was leaked. And the crazy thing is, they're very few people that have access to these opinions.

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The Roe v. Wade Draft Decision Is Not a Surprize

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

The Roe v. Wade Draft Decision Is Not a Surprize

"Henry Olsen had a great opinion piece in the Wall Street in The Washington Post yesterday. The leak is a shock what the draft decision says is not. And I tweeted it out. I hope you follow me on Twitter at you. You ought to see this because it's really quite an amazing summary. Nobody is surprised that at least 5 and I suspect 6 justices are going to overturn roe and Casey. It's bad constitutional law has been bad constitutional law for 49 years and everybody who knows constitutional law knows that. They say, oh, reliance, and it should be that way. Well, amend the constitution or pass a national law based on interstate commerce,

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Mitch McConnell Says Draft Leak Threatens SCOTUS Security

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Mitch McConnell Says Draft Leak Threatens SCOTUS Security

"Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell took the Senate floor yesterday, cut number four. The same political movement that used a leak to move up the timeline of justice Breyer's retirement process is trying to use yet another leak to make the court less secure and less impartial. Never before, never before in modern history has an internal draft been leaked to the public while the justices were still deciding a case. Never before. Whoever committed this lawless act knew exactly what it could bring about. The justices already require security, less than two weeks ago, an unbalanced person lit himself on fire on the court steps. Less than three years ago, a liberal mob tried to storm the court, shoving past law enforcement and pounding on the doors. Look, everybody knows what kind of climate the far left is trying to fuel. One that is antithetical, antithetical to the rule of law.

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J.D. Vance Wins Ohio Republican Primary

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:22 min | 5 months ago

J.D. Vance Wins Ohio Republican Primary

"Jenny Vance will be the next senator from Ohio nominated last night by the Republican Party winning 32% of the vote, Josh mandel 24% Matt Dolan 23% proving a number of things. Former president Trump's endorsement matters a lot, Peter Thiel's backing matters a lot, and that there is a not Trump rump within the Republican Party that is probably as equal as to the always Trump rump. That helped JD over the top. He was behind until the former president endorsed him. He won handily. He is going to win handily. I note that Matt Dolan quickly came out and endorsed him on Twitter very closely act by the state senator and Matt Dolan delivered the two largest counties. He won Franklin Franklin counties where Columbus is in cuyahoga counties where Cleveland is, he won those counties handily, and his throwing in with JD brings the party together. I'm sure Josh will follow suit. And Jenny Vance should beat my friend, but he's a Democrat, Tim Ryan and Tim has committed to abortion all the time. Regime and said so yesterday on the eve of the primary and that's not going to fly in Ohio, which is a pro life state. Sign the heartbeat bill. It's a red state at the Trump state and Tim Ryan's great candidate, but he isn't going to make that up in 2022.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

"Enslaved people getting tortured and families being torn apart That is not the theory tale version of the lost cause history of the confederacy. So that's powerful. People have an emotional visceral response. Light up especially people who watched on tv like who watched in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. It's unforgettable to them. Unforgettable roots flaws are a part of alex haley's but so is the larger story that he put into the world. I can look at roots and see its flaw us and see where it falls short and see where it's an accurate and still see the beauty and the power but this book in essence supplies his the history of people which has long been missing element. Dna testing an improved research. Methods have now made it possible for some african americans to do what alex haley couldn't in nineteen seventy seven to retrace their family histories to find their roots wants. The legacy comes of the talent of the black people permitted to unfold at this country will become for the first time as it can be and as always could have been quite literally quite julie the greatest country on the face of this..

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

"Enslaved people getting tortured and families being torn apart That is not the theory tale version of the lost cause history of the confederacy. So that's powerful. People have an emotional visceral response. Light up especially people who watched it on. Tv like who watched in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. It's unforgettable to them. Unforgettable russa's flaws are a part of alex haley's legacy but so is the larger story that he put into the world. I can look at roots and see its flaw us and see where it falls short and see where it's an accurate and still see the beauty and the power but this book in essence supplies his the history of people which has long been missing element. Dna testing an improved research. Methods have now made it possible for some african americans to do what alex haley couldn't in nineteen seventy seven to retrace their family histories to find their roots wants. The legacy comes of the talent of the black people permitted to unfold at this country will become for the first time as it can be and as always could have been quite literally quite julie. The greatest angie on the face of this earth..

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"haley" Discussed on The Queen

The Queen

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on The Queen

"Enslaved people getting tortured and families being torn apart That is not the theory tale version of the lost cause history of the confederacy. So that's powerful. People have an emotional visceral response. Light up especially people who watched on tv like who watched in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. It's unforgettable to them. Unforgettable russa's flaws are a part of alex haley's but so is the larger story that he put into the world. I can look at roots and see its flaw us and see where it falls short and see where it's an accurate and still see the beauty and the power but this book in essence supplies his the history of people which has long been missing element. Dna testing an improved research. Methods have now made it possible for some african americans to do what alex haley couldn't in nineteen seventy seven to retrace their family histories to find their roots wants. The legacy comes of the talent of the black people permitted to unfold at this country will become for the first time as it can be and as always could have been quite literally quite julie the greatest country on the face of this earth..

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

"As the coverage intensified. Healy grew more defensive. I take great pride. And being a good solid hardworking author. He said i resent an opportunistic person seeking to say. It's hogwash. as we worked on this episode we found something that wasn't available while this debate was happening in nineteen seventy seven. A tape of haley's meeting with the supposed gambian grio kemba cognac. Could you tell me please the name of junior playing now. That tape as part of the alex. Haley papers at the university of tennessee knoxville. The recording seems incomplete but the tape does include an account of kunda contains capture. This is what alex heard in the gambia and made the centerpiece of his lecturers the story of his african ancestor as told by kevin. You've athena through a translator. now disappeared onto. Couldn't find him anymore. Taught been caught by this live dealers and to into the island the way haley always described it. This was a moment of serendipity. This grio in a remote village in africa had spontaneously confirmed the story that haley heard as a child in tennessee. And i just felt like helium had been pumped into me at popped up like jack in. The box just stood up on the tape. It doesn't sound like a spontaneous moment of magic. This next part is a bit hard to hear but haley mentioned some specific dates at the end. He says something like. I know that the thing was in seventeen sixty or do what i wanna do. Get away if we could pacific eighteen and win. I know that the thing was up seventeen. Haley believed his ancestor had been captured in the seventeen sixty s. He'd already found a document in america. That suggested as much although that claim would also be disputed. When haley went to the gambia she wasn't looking to follow the facts. Wherever they led him he was trying to find a puzzle. Piece that fit. I don't think this tape reveals that. Alex haley was a fraud in his lectures. He changed around chronologies and played up. The beats that audiences responded to. He was trying to tell a better story and he was going to stay committed to that story. No matter the contrary evidence what is it that people usually watch him a good story. They don't just want whitney of facts. Dry sort of truthful statements. They want to move in some way for what out. Taylor is trying to do with roots fact and fiction. We're meant to be blurred. The parts of dotting responded most powerful to the parts that really strained credibility partout almost seemed impossible to believe the story of county. Kentucky is really two stories the first is the story of a teenager being kidnapped and brought to the united states where he was treated as property all of that happened to hundreds of thousands of africans and it was important to share that truth and to get as many americans as possible to understand it and feel it alex. Haley did that. The second story of kentucky is the story of haley unearthing his long lost african ancestor. That part was wishful thinking. The traumas that so many black americans had been subjected to include violence captivity and exploitation but also the erasure of their past. Alex haley promised that at least this injustice might be repaired. Did if he'd found his roots than others could too. If any black person is auditorium in this country only could know few vital clues it is not improbable that somewhere in back country black west africa there is a real who could tell literally the ancestral clan history from whence he is she sprang. Haley was selling a fantasy vision of how things could be in a more just world so many people were willing to say it doesn't matter it's not chew i need this. Historian kelly carter jackson. They were willing to give haley a pass because he spoke to their desire to know themselves and to know their history and that i think complicated it for scholars who are like hold on. Wait a second. you have to get this right. Haze reputation took another hit and nineteen seventy eight. When he settled a lawsuit accusing him of plagiarism. Haley acknowledged that various materials from herald. Core landers book. The african had found their way into roots. He blamed sloppy research. Methods reportedly paid six hundred fifty thousand dollars. Well he didn't talk with me about it much but it deflated him very much. Like a punctured balloon. My healy the few things he did say was that only wanted to do good. You know i'm slept around here for all these years. You know trying to to write this and before that pulling together this material. He was crushed because he said nothing. Negative was my intention intention an unknown to be so his heart after routes lee published only one more book on. He died in nineteen ninety two. He was seventy years old. The scholar donald rate did eventually write a paper casting doubt on routes as a work of history. I wish a clearer story would have been told but it wouldn't have had to impact. Groups did i can't imagine anything having that kind of impact to understand the impact of routes you have to know what came before it. The most watched television event in. Us history before roots aired came just a few months earlier in november nineteen seventy six. The broadcast debut of gone with the wind margaret mitchell's book and the nineteen thirty nine movie. That followed portrayed the antebellum south as a beautiful romantic place and it presented. Enslaved people is happy simple and obedient manner. I won't need to buy. Yes i'm you is used juanita. And i don't think people realize how harmful gone with the wind is because it's so delicious gone with a win. Is this very harmful toxic racists presentation of un-american that just did not exist never existed in january nineteen seventy seven more than one hundred million americans saw representation of slavery as it did exist. Roots showed.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"History this week. Wherever you get your podcasts alex. Haley got a book contract to write about his family history in nineteen sixty four over the next ten years. He traveled the world doing interviews and research. He gave hundreds of speeches to universities. Historical societies and corporations he published a well received excerpt and reader's digest and he secured a deal for television miniseries. The only thing he hadn't done was finished the book he had only written the first third and the screen writers are writing behind him. They were right on his heels. That's alex haley's third wave. Myron lewis haley. She goes by my before she met alex. In the mid seventy s she was getting her doctorate and communications and african american studies at ohio state university on the same day. She defended her dissertation. She heard a recording of one of alex's lectures. I listened to that. Beat all my god. By the time he finished telling the story you could hear people in the audience just popping up like popcorn dislike. I was listening to it in your own. Emotions were building. And i thought wouldn't it be just wonderful to be able to work with my hero here. Minocin and alex her resume. Alex sent my a ticket to meet him jamaica where he was holed up working on his manuscript. By the time we got to his cottage. He was telling me about how he was so under the gun and he had missed every deadline. You know at least ten times or more. The publisher was on him and he was showing the stacks of telegrams telling him it was urgent to finish and the mail lady would arrive by donkey and she had all these telegrams had had arrived. Maybe a week ago week before and alex would take those delegates. He had box that he would just dump all these telegrams that because he knew what they said my made a difference right away she typed one hundred twenty words a minute and she got up early morning to write out possible dialogue for routes. Lx was always clean. He always came to the copy after a shower. He said that it was almost surgical to him. He always used the green pinto pen he said because he wanted the university no that he wanted money. Let the universe. No here we gotta keep this thing go. It and he would sit there and went. The copy was right he would patas foot to it because the rhythm was all the way through routes opens with the birth of kunti contained in the gambia in the spring of seventeen. Fifty then moves forward. Beat by being. These are the stories that haley heard on his grandmother's porch supplemented by a decade of research. The slave ship the brought kutu america. The lord ligonier which landed in annapolis maryland in seventeen sixty seven the plantation into a soul to in virginia where he had part of his foot cutoff after he repeatedly tried to run away. The story of kunas daughter kizzie and her son. Chicken george and on down the line Early nineteen seventy-six. My and alex had left jamaica for new york. Their work with nearly done finally got to the last paragraph of the last chapter. It's the middle of the night. It's snowing like fat flakes and so he decided that he wanted to go out for coffee. And i'm saying you wanna go out in the snow. We had to go. And he's getting himself together for this last paragraph and he took a napkin and his green pinto pin and while he's writing the lady who serving us coffee. Both of us seem to see the same thing that was this kind of shimmer around him and you know he. He put the pen down. And then we both watched the shimmer gore. What did she said did we. Did you see that lesson. Yeah i saw that. And we went back to hotel and i typed that up and roots. Who is on. After a decade of missed headlines roots was published in october nineteen seventy-six. By that point the miniseries had already started filming. The original plan was to open the series with the character of alex haley. The doug researcher trying desperately to unlock his past but television didn't work the way a lecture did when the scripts got revised routes had a new main character. I'm gonna keep a mandingo from the village. I was at usc. I was a sophomore in college. That's lavar auburn. Who played the young before roots. He had never been in front of a camera my very first days. We're professional actresses. Tyson played my mother. Dr angelo played my grandmother. I mean who was. I was nineteen year. Old kid from sacramento. The cast was loaded with black luminaries. Louis gossett junior. John amos leslie. Uh-huh richard roundtree madge sinclair been green but lavar burdens young kunti. Ken tay with the key to everything. The character that viewers needed to fall in love with and more than four. I recognize now that that vulnerability that they saw in me was absolutely key and then watching that vulnerability be shattered. That was the journey that we wanted to take the audience on and i was down for alex. Haley was often on set in savannah georgia to help burton prepare for the role of kunda. He gave the actor a pre publication of routes. He just casually dropped by my motel room and here. It was the entire of the story. I stayed up all night. The man was brilliant. I consider myself really really lucky to have had that man as a part of my life. The book that alex haley gave to lavar burton had a bookmark. In it that bookmark flagged the section describing the middle passage. Nothing like that sequence had ever been shown on television burton and dozens of black extras had to lie on wooden planks shackled to the person next to them. I think it was two or three days that we were in set. And i really feel like the ancestors came in and help me get through those moments reliving. Those moments reenacting moments full. I love the compassionate. My prayers the reality of the horrors that took up some space inside. Alex haley's book was everything he wanted to be. Routes was the two hundred year saga of one black family but it was also the story of people. I hate to say it. Because i don't. It sounds so funny. But i really feel. I have been almost elected by. Obviously a force beyond me Us that i have been sort of a conduit route sold a million hardcover copies in just a few months was just simply crazy. My haley was living with. Alex is the book became a massive hit and she had a close up view of his growing fame. Fans would approach him everywhere. Desperate.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

"And oscar. Winner helps him remake fairy history. He dives into your dirty laundry and he cracks the super secret formula for the us news and world report college rankings. Find the new season of revisionist history. Wherever you're listening right now. Alex taylor got a book contract to write about his family history in nineteen sixty four over the next ten years. He traveled the world doing interviews and research. He gave hundreds of speeches to universities. Historical societies and corporations he published a well received excerpt and reader's digest and he secured a deal for a television miniseries. The only thing he hadn't done was finished the buck he had only written. The first third and screenwriters were writing behind him. They were right on his heels. That's alex haley's third wife. My lewis haley. She goes by before she met alex. In the mid seventies she was getting her doctorate and communications and african american studies at ohio state university on the same day. She defended her dissertation. She heard a recording of one of alex's lectures. I listened to that speech all my god. By the time he finished telling the story you could hear people in the audience just popping up like popcorn just like i was listening to it in your own emotions were building. I thought. Wouldn't it be just wonderful to be able to work with my hero here mason. Alex resume alex sent my ticket to meet him in jamaica where he was holed up working on his manuscript by the time we got to his cottage. He was telling me about how he was so under the gun and he had missed every deadline. You know at least ten times more. The publisher was on him and he was showing the stacks of telegram telling him it was urgent to finish and the mail lady would arrive by donkey and she had all these telegrams at had arrived maybe a week ago week before and alex would take those delegates. He had a box that he would just dump. All these telegrams it because he knew what they said my made a difference right away she typed one hundred and twenty words a minute and she got up early every morning to write out possible dialogue. For routes alex was always clean. He always came to the copy after a shower. He said that it was almost surgical to him. He always used the green pinto pen. He's because he wanted the universe to know that he wanted money. I would let the universe no here. We gotta to keep this thing go it and he would sit there. And when the copy was right pat his foot to because the rhythm was all the way through Roots opens with the birth of kunda contained in the gambia in the spring of seventeen. Fifty then moves forward. Beat by these are the stories that haley heard on his grandmother's porch supplemented by a decade of research. The slave ship the brought kuta to america. The lord ligonier which landed in annapolis maryland in seventeen. Sixty seven plantation. Coon to whistle to virginia where he had part of his foot cutoff after he repeatedly tried to run away. The story of qiu daughter kizzie and her son chicken george and on down the line by early nineteen seventy-six. My and alex had left jamaica for new york. Their work with done finally got to the last paragraph of the last chapter. It's the middle of the night. It's snowing fat flakes and so. He decided that he wanted to go out for coffee. And i'm saying you want to go out into snow. We had to go. And he's getting himself together for this less paragraph and he took a napkin and his green pinto pin and while he's writing the lady who serving coffee. Both of us seem to see this same thing. There was this kind of shimmer around him and he. He put the pen down. And then we both watched the shimmer gore. What does she said. Did we do see that in. Yeah i saw that and we went back to the hotel and i type that up and roots who is on after. A decade of missed deadlines roots was published in october nineteen seventy-six. By that point the miniseries had already started filming. The original plan was to open the series with the character of alex haley. The duggan researcher trying desperately to unlock his past but television didn't work the way a lecture dead when the scripts got revised routes had a new main character day a mandingo from the village do i was at usc. I was a sophomore in college. That's lavar auburn. Who played the young kentucky anti before roots. He had never been in front of a camera. My very first days repression actors. Cecily tyson played my mother. Dr angelo played my grandmother. I mean who was. I was in one thousand nine hundred from sacramento. The cast was loaded with black luminaries. Louis gossett junior john. Emas leslie adams richard. Rowntree madge than claire. Ben vereen but lavar burdens. Young kunti can tay with the key to everything. The character that viewers needed to fall in love with and mourn for i recognize now that that vulnerability that they saw in me was absolutely she and then watching that vulnerability be shattered. That was the journey that we wanted to take the audience on and i was down for alex. Haley was often onset in savannah georgia to hell burton prepare for the role of kunda. He gave the actor a pre publication copy of routes. He just casually dropped by my motel room and here was the entire of the story. I stayed up all night. The man was brilliant. I consider myself. Were really lucky to have had that man as a part of my life. The book that alex haley gave to lavar burton had a book market. In it that bookmark flagged the section describing the middle passage. Nothing like that sequence had ever been shown on television burton and dozens of black extras had to lie on wooden planks shackled to the person next to them. I think it was two or three days that we were in that set. And i really feel like the ancestors came in and help me get through those moments reliving. Those moments reenacted the the compassionate approves the reality of the horrors that took up some space. Inside of.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

"And oscar. Winner helps him remake tale history. He dives into your dirty laundry and he cracks the super secret formula for the us news and world report college rankings. Find the new season of revisionist history wherever. You're listening right now. Alex haley got a book contract to write about his family history in nineteen sixty four over the next ten years. He traveled the world doing interviews and research. He gave hundreds of speeches to universities. Historical societies and corporations he published a well received excerpt and reader's digest and he secured a deal for a television miniseries. The only thing he hadn't done was finished the buck he had only written. The first third and screenwriters were writing behind him. They were right on his heels. That's alex haley's third wife. My lewis haley. She goes by before she met alex. In the mid seventies she was getting her doctorate and communications and african american studies at ohio state university on the same day. She defended her dissertation. She heard a recording of one of alex's lectures. I listened to that speech all my god. By the time he finished telling the story you could hear people in the audience just popping up like popcorn just like i was listening to it in your own emotions were building. I thought. Wouldn't it be just wonderful to be able to work with my hero here mason. Alex resume alex sent my ticket to meet him in jamaica where he was holed up working on his manuscript by the time we got to his cottage. He was telling me about how he was so under the gun and he had missed every deadline. You know at least ten times more. The publisher was on him and he was showing the stacks of telegram telling him it was urgent to finish and the mail lady would arrive by donkey and she had all these telegrams at had arrived maybe a week ago week before and alex would take those delegates. He had a box that he would just dump. All these telegrams it because he knew what they said my made a difference right away she typed one hundred twenty words a minute and she got up early every morning to write out possible dialogue for routes. Alex was always clean. He always came to the copy after a shower. He said that it was almost surgical to him. He always used the green pinto pen. He's because he wanted the universe to know that he wanted money. I would let the universe no here. We gotta to keep this thing go it and he would sit there. And when the copy was right pat his foot because the rhythm was all the way through. roots opens with the birth of kunda contained tae in the gambia in the spring. Of seventeen fifty then moves forward. Beat by these are the stories that haley heard on his grandmother's porch supplemented by a decade of research. The slave ship the brought kuta to america. The lord ligonier which landed in annapolis maryland in seventeen. Sixty seven plantation. Coon to whistle to virginia where he had part of his foot cutoff after he repeatedly tried to run away. The story of qiu daughter kizzie and her son chicken george and on down the line by early nineteen seventy-six. My and alex had left jamaica for new york. There work with done finally got to the last paragraph of the last chapter. It's the middle of the night. It's snowing fat flakes and so. He decided that he wanted to go out for coffee. And i'm saying you want to go out into snow. We had to go. And he's getting himself together for this less paragraph and he took a napkin and his green pinto pin and while he's writing the lady who serving coffee. Both of us seem to see this same thing. There was this kind of shimmer around him and he. He put the pen down. And then we both watched the shimmer gore. What does she said. Did we do see that then. Yeah i saw that and we went back to the hotel and i type that up and roots who is on after. A decade of missed deadlines roots was published in october nineteen seventy-six. By that point the miniseries had already started filming. The original plan was to open the series with the character of alex haley. The duggan researcher trying desperately to unlock his past but television didn't work the way a lecture dead when the scripts got revised routes had a new main character day mandingo from the village. I was at usc. I was a sophomore in college. That's lavar auburn. Who played the young kentucky anti before roots. He had never been in front of a camera. My very first days repression actors. Cecily tyson played my mother. Dr angelo played my grandmother. I mean who was. I was in one thousand nine hundred from sacramento. The cast was loaded with black luminaries. Louis gossett junior john. Emas leslie adams richard. Rowntree madge than claire. Ben vereen but lavar burdens. Young kunti can tay with the key to everything. The character that viewers needed to fall in love with and mourn for i recognize now that that vulnerability that they saw in me was absolutely she and then watching that vulnerability be shattered. That was the journey that we wanted to take the audience on and i was down for alex. Haley was often onset in savannah georgia to hell burton prepare for the role of kunda. He gave the actor a pre publication copy of routes. He just casually dropped by my motel room and here was the entire of the story. I stayed up all night. The man was brilliant. I consider myself. Were really lucky to have had that man as a part of my life. The book that alex haley gave to lavar burton had a book market. In it that bookmark flagged the section describing the middle passage. Nothing like that sequence had ever been shown on television burton and dozens of black extras had to lie on wooden planks shackled to the person next to them. I think it was two or three days that we were in that set. And i really feel like the ancestors came in and help me get through those moments reliving. Those moments reenacted the the compassionate approves the reality of the horrors that took up some space. Inside of.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"The longer the grio spoke the closer haley came to the answers he'd been searching for. He waved his hand below the village and he said and of these four sons in the time that the king soldiers came eldest of these kuntar was away from this village to collect wood when he disappeared and families searched and searched and searched for him and they could never find him for alex haley and the audience he told the story to. This was the climax of a two hundred year journey. This grio in a remote village in the gambia had just confirmed the healy family legend. There was an african who.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Standoff | What Happened at Ruby Ridge?

"The longer the grio spoke the closer haley came to the answers he'd been searching for. He waved his hand below the village and he said and of these four sons in the time that the king soldiers came eldest of these kuntar was away from this village to collect wood when he disappeared and families searched and searched and searched for him and they could never find him for alex haley and the audience he told the story to. This was the climax of a two hundred year journey. This grio in a remote village in the gambia had just confirmed the healy family legend. There was an african who.

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"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Slate Presents: Charged | A True Punishment Story

"The longer the grio spoke the closer haley came to the answers he'd been searching for. He waved his hand below the village and he said and of these four sons in the time that the king soldiers came eldest of these kuntar was away from this village to collect wood when he disappeared and families searched and searched and searched for him and they could never find him for alex haley and the audience he told the story to. This was the climax of a two hundred year journey. This grio in a remote village in the gambia had just confirmed the healy family legend. There was an african who.

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"haley" Discussed on The Queen

The Queen

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on The Queen

"The longer the grio spoke the closer haley came to the answers he'd been searching for. He waved his hand below the village and he said and of these four sons in the time that the king soldiers came eldest of these kuntar was away from this village to collect wood when he disappeared and families searched and searched and searched for him and they could never find him for alex haley and the audience he told the story to. This was the climax of a two hundred year journey. This grio in a remote village in the gambia had just confirmed the healy family legend. There was an african who.

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"haley" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Abby places in new espn series. Abby takes you around the country to get the heart soccer history and its cultural impact. Abbey's places is now screaming streaming. It's not screaming could be screaming streaming on espn. Plus i mean here's the thing payton's places worked right. 'cause it was papa but now they're gonna turn places into a series and just put other abbey's places sounds like a whereby kids toys made of wood grandparents by for your. Yeah like oh. We walked over at abbey's places like oh that's nice. Was my daughter train member. That's that star. Called precious was precious moments or precious memories. It was the store in the mall where you could buy anything getting in grave so it was always like mothers day gifts and father's day gifts. No on picnics. You guys for listening now. And then. A second time maybe even a third. This was a fun one. It was a good one. I promised everybody wants this gets posted. I won't pull it down stop. That'd be nice because you not only read. It was freaking out. But i also was like what did i do but it was you. You forgot to put an ad. Redon blame travis. It was okay. You put it back up and right. It was freaking out though. They weren't freaking out. I think It got up voted a couple times but they were freaking out. I could feel it. Says like i posted a come on two different places. Let's campos guys. The decay travis travis. He sar admit. When i'm wrong. Well did you. Did you say you're sorry. Sorry hold people accountable. You could always just leave us. A nice reviewer every listening to this podcast which by the way we really love them like this one from what the hell am. I supposed to do with this travis like this one from the book would that's v. c. c. h. v. c. h. v. c. z x. Vbb it says katie. Please be the mental health correspondent for all the podcasts. I don't know how so many are still so bad at talking about depression etc. But i guess maybe it's only we lucky phew have experienced actual panic attack. My brain is a frazzled. Mask that listening to makes it seem more normal. Lovey minute try. This seems like a pretty good hang to. I knew it had to mention travis somewhere or was it sure if i was going to be you know. Talking on this podcast. It's like how do i insert myself and podcast. That's really good but you always find a way anyway and now you've found ways and i commend you for that also the swampland d. It's hard to talk about. I think that's how so many people are bad at it. It's hard in. There is still some times where. I said this travis. We get finished the podcast. And i'm like how did i say the wrong thing. Fifty five times But then i just have to take a deep breath. Remember that you guys know me and you got me. So i'm doing my best I think i'm going to look back at this time and be like i did a podcast two days a week during the depths of the deepest depression of my life. And i think. I'm going to be proud of myself for it. But in the meantime it's like who left to go to the supermarket today and that feels like a mountain to climb he. Give me a pep talk traffic. I think you had earrings and earlier. That right so if you had earrings supermarket like that's i've you've got this. I got to put on shoes and abroa- i mean earrings you're up and moving. Yes that's good hearings. I gotta get ranch dressing because we're out again and we wanna get salads tonight. I think he can do this. I also feel like this is what i do. I now have to think of other things. I need at the grocery store so that i don't just go there straight for ranch and then i'm going to waste too much time doing that. And then i'm gonna go. And then i'm gonna come back and then i'm gonna realize something i forgot and then maybe have a gatorade before you go. Ooh because starts with a g. and so does go grocery store. What would sydney do. Oh yeah what. Would sydney do metcalf. Do he shatters them. Goal is to go to the supermarket. And then i just have to shatter that the only thing i shatter dreams. Don't forget that you can always a leave a message for us with question that will answer. It's six five or six five seven one is that it. is there anything else. Okay by travis spy love you.

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"haley" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Test literally sees this tiny little like dot on the road. She comes up. It's a puppy it's shivering and she opens the door and the dog just runs into her arm. No chip no caller. No nothing she put up a bunch of like this is your dog. You know posts on all the facebook groups and nothing to announce my dog and it's the cutest dog. What are they thinking. Was that the first thing i said. What was the other. oh i started. I literally have read like an animal. Oh would you read. What's the what would you recommend right now. Not like best book ever but just like what's something you're high on. Let me put my list from this year and last year. Jesus this is gonna make me feel insecure. i read. I read a lot on the internet. Literally just read an apprenticeship of the book of pleasures by claris specter. My dogs freaking out it. A bird i sleep literally my kentucky jumps out when she wants to go chase go-getter that's cute myrtles also now freaking out. Because she feels that another dog is freaking out because there might be a bird she can feel it. Yes i'm getting bird. Energies there a bird affecting dog somewhere else. Have you read ola. Poppy no by jp bremmer and really good. Yeah i actually finished that one more recently. Okay i'm writing it down. I'll read a book working through like three at once. Myrtle there's nothing at the door but you're right. It's time to wrap it up hailey. Thank you for coming here and doing this and for having me. I didn't even realize it had been an hour. I was still like. Oh no what else are you gonna ask Don't ask anything dober- If people want more haley which they should. Where can they find you. You can listen to spinsters a basketball podcast on everything. Wherever you get your podcast podcasts. Spotify stitcher. I blanked from where the people are that podcast. The ones you can go through the death stop. I'm sure you filter We we have new art. Have you seen those no shade picture. It's really cute or you can follow me on twitter at halio something. I'm considering starting up by an instagram against well. Oh what do you mean like you. Just you still have it. But you don't use it we. I don't use it. I think my last post is september. Ninth twenty twenty. Yeah yeah you could put clips on their. No okay i was. I don't like like okay as always like instagram. highlife twitter. okay. You know what i mean. Sure they're all my life. Unfortunately i don't know how to pretend to be something. You do a really good job of integrating. I think a do thank. Yeah i'm trying to learn to take your compliments. Thanks you're like a champion deflector. Yeah i don't like to let kindness in. It's the depression hailey thank you. That's it you can go to the best. Thank you katie. Thank you travis. hi travis. She was great. Wasn't she great. I enjoyed that conversation. Yes she's the best She's tweeting got sad there for a minute and i tend to do that and then my head i was like travis must be yelling at me. It was a little bit of everything i think. I laughed a most at the beginning. When you're talking about moisturizers and lotions stuff. Because i'm like when you said like your brother just most dan. It was dan. i'm the same way. Yeah i know emotional. Used for my arms. And legs is a settling whatever's left down your face you'll just do the forehead she every day. Here's just about. I've got this Australian gold like what is getting it. He's gonna australian gold moisture. Oh good well. They don't sponsor the podcast canals. Amazing all right that's travis's skin carriage for all the curious minds up their big. Thank you day haley for coming by doing that and giving us an hour that flew by. I genuinely thought we had just started. It was over so she should. I tell them about gatorade. Okay let's do it as me. Gatorade knows there's no one path and athlete takes to unlock their true greatness. Did you know that. I bet you didn't put gatorade. Did for decay. Metcalf who listens podcast. Hi de que. Greatness starts with an early morning. Grind capital letters. Going hard when everybody else wants to quit for world. Record-breaking track star. Sidney mclaughlin also listener shout. It's all about setting a goal in working hard every day to shatter. It will wait. That doesn't shatter. I understand what they're going. For for. Jason tatum close personal friend. Greatness starts with giving everything to live up to the legends that came before him whatever path you take the greatness gatorade there to help you fuel it. It's kind of like does matter what car you drive. And i'll take the same. Gasoline and gasoline is. Gatorade is up at. Do you think that was different. I mean flavors here just like there's different octane. Means but you still diesel. Which the regular gator. Some you go with electric. And now you're really pulling apart the metaphor travis but i think as a as a one off line there. I think it worked. I think gatorade would have been perfectly happy with it. Because greatness starts with g. I do although it has gasoline. That's it for this week's edition of sports. Shoutout sponsors go here. They were a gatorade and Flares podcast and don't miss abbey's places. Oh abby wambach okay..

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"haley" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"haley" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Injury on girl dot com with a you. That's before you know literally in old english timea bucks. They were men and we were fans. I stayed with my boyfriend's grandmother to just to set up the story we were. She's ninety four plus or minus two or three and we. I was looked shaped like a. We stayed in a room. That had a bunch of old books. And so i'm looking at all these books seeing if there's anything cool and there was one that was like every question you've ever wanted to ask about sex but were too afraid and i realized it was like a book written for the ladies back when ladies didn't often talk or have access to any of that information and it was one of the filthiest things i've ever read but it was because they just had to genuinely explain to people like they had a fake person asking all these questions but i was fascinated by and of course because you not my grandmother whereas dan was like can we stop. Can you put that away. Current read it. She's couldn't possibly have read all of the books in this condo that she has bookshelves so i don't think she's read them but maybe that one. Let's not underestimate at had creases in it. Like she had been cracking. nothing open. Yeah wow that's great. I mean. I wish there were so many things would have learned because he was as a as a not mailed. The things like what you want out of the experience you really have to like live through and talk to people if like campaign to understand what the going on and then it makes sense and then you're like wait so we've just like short-circuiting us in everything. Yeah yeah they should give that to boys. What's not sex. The book about sex four women should be given to boys. Yes i think men just are born with it. Men just no k. Men are just ahead of us. They're born ahead of us you know. They've got more knowledge they've got more man. There's literally a gun to katie's pain hostage situation. Hi it's katie. We quick break quick break from haley to tell you about flame bears because today's podcast is brought to you in part by flame bears which is a podcast championing the women seeking to compete in the two thousand twenty one tokyo summer olympics and paralympics at shares. Their incredible often unheard stories as they light the way for women around the world. Celebrate women athletes. Who don't receive the media attention. They deserve which is problematic. Because representation matters and a lack of representation makes it near impossible for younger girls to see their future selves and someone who doesn't quote unquote today..

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"haley" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"haley" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I don't know if your mom is competitive. But i know your dad is having coached with him. Is ultra competitive. And so so. I'm sure he he cheered you on and your competition and share. That's kind of don't use our staff. He loved he would always be the dad that was like videoing the whole thing and then would like show it back to me later and and say what he likes about it. What was so cool. And yeah he and then he plays softball now like with his friends and even that he's so competitive and but maybe i get it from him. I you know what your dad. And i were talking when we talked about having you on the show i did not realize your dad was so much younger than me. I looked at him as peer all that time. And and we're like seventeen years difference. Your dad is like seventy. Yeah you you know who knows what i was doing at seventeen when he was born. Who knows what kind of hell raising i was in into and the year that he was born the i had no idea. We had that kind of different. He's he's fifty four. I'm seventy one. So well i didn't realize that you didn't realize assist an old fart. As is ages better number. We know that it's it's a number but it has it has physical ramifications. Although you know honestly haley. I think i think i m entering into the best phase of my life ever i just. I'm in i'm healthy. I eat well. My weight is contained. And and i'm doing wonderful things with my life. So i'm i'm i'm i'm very. I'm very pleased. Also thing i was thinking about before it's too about how it's kind of. There's really no time line on on your life. especially you know being in my mid twenties. I always thought you know as you go through your twenties and you get to the end of your twenties. You need to have xyz done by this date and it's just not true. You can.

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"haley" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"haley" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

"Hi there. This is Betty Collins and my next episode of the Inspiring Women Podcast will be in your podcast player in just a couple of weeks, and I want to give you a bit a preview right now. You look back. Over your career over this stuff that you've accomplished when you look back and go if I had to do it again. What I say to Haley, who was three at forty, nor would you? What is there anything that comes to your mind when you think about I think maybe two different Haley's. If I could go back. To the Haley in her twenty S. starting out in the corporate world and looking at all of these people with these very big titles, these very big office says. At, the time I thought that being a leader meant having all the answers. And that somehow if I worked hard enough, and if I learned everything, I could learn, and I had the right mentors that someday I too could be a leader and have all the answers. And now I realize that being the leader doesn't mean having answers that means having the right questions. And I think. That insight could have served me well in my twenty S. When I started the business. I think about those early days of story forge. There were two lessons that I learned that. Now we apply, and it's made all the difference. One is to be very very clear. About who you are what you stand for. You serve and how the serve them. and. Be Willing to say no to clients. Because I'm a people pleaser I like people to be happy. You're but that's not the best approach when you're a business owner. Right and when you're in sales are doing business though. it's really making sure that you are the right fit for the client and that the clients the right fit for you. As always thank you for subscribing listing in. Each and every episode of the Inspiring Women.

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"haley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"haley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It's the Haley in the nam show here on Israeli forty WHAS I'm not Haley I I don't want to shock you but I'm not the Haley component of the show the general really is update us on your life Haley what's happened today you know I wish I could update you I do nothing all day I don't change out of my fuzzy rope when I go to work all I do is sit in my office and stare out the window it's so perfect are you still getting ready for a wedding though isn't that like the the the thing where you you can you can you get there you always have stuff to worry about or is it postponed for ten years to make sure the coronavirus is gone oh no no no I'm forcing everyone to go regardless of if work still quarantine you're gonna be celebrating me whether you like it or not yeah every day anyway right and we're still planning it but everything's kind of on hold so now I just go online and look for wedding veils and you know wedding shawls things that I could buy on Amazon it's it's terrible is the theory that we're gonna have a party they'll be enough alcohol to kill the disease so everybody will be fine is that where you're going with this yeah absolutely absolutely and instead of holy water being sprayed on everyone we're just gonna put sanitizer in there and get that on everyone to get all the germs off of them good call I like what when it comes to this veil selection do you go full on like a security blanket that we can't see through it all or is it for that or what is it three I don't know it's see through so you'll be able to see my face a little bit but it's a little mysterious people mystery in the air well we live in a world now where people's faces ninety percent of their faces covered always see their eyeballs now so well that's true you could just mascot I love that turning to some stylish mask thing and then save you know those veils are expensive and all you know it was other things this wedding stuff is out of control so you know stylish no.

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