35 Burst results for "Hansen"
I Thought Fascists Hate Women...
"Fascist hate women. I'm a little bit confused. They've elected a women, a woman premiere for Italy, from a party with fascist roots. Nobody better tell them what the roots of the Democrat party are. Let's talk about all that and much more. In fact, real fascism in America with somebody who is, well, he's a professional troublemaker and that's why we invite him to guest host here on America first. Uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen, welcome in studio one on one. I get to be with you, Seb. Did I hear you say that you're moving to Sweden next week? Not moving, but we'll move across the pond or visiting relatives. I have relatives in Sweden and barbarian. Are they fascist barbarian Vikings? Barbarian Vikings they carry axes and they put the banners up and everything. Yeah. I can't wait because Sweden, as he also said, we're all talking about Italy, but before that Sweden elected a very extreme right neo fascist party. Because they believe in God, it was other problems. I think there was pretty much they believed that crime and uncontrolled immigration and all of the woke politics that were destroying their country were probably a good thing to stop. Do they believe Sweden is good? Do they believe in the country? Is that the issue? Is that why they're fascist? Because they believe in Sweden? You know, this nationalist thing. I think is wonderful to watch because it's okay to love your country. It's okay to believe that your country has something special. We do, and we have good reason to Sweden, can again, and they want to. So does Italy. Good on them. So maybe they should have, let's do a bit of consulting for them. They could come up with some kind of political catch phrase like make sweet and great again. Something like that. I make Italy great again. That's catchy. I think it's going to work because they've already started. That's the good thing. The people saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean,
The Real Drag Queen Grooming Agenda With Tayler Hansen
"We are back with Taylor Hansen, independent investigative journalist who's been covering the drag queen events for children in Texas. All right, let's just continue. So you're undercover, you go to these events, you said in the break, you spoke to the drag queens, the men performing as women dressed as women. And what did you find out was was there objective? What were they trying to do, Taylor? Well, so at all three events that I have covered so far, it's been the exact same reoccurring pattern when I talk to the drag queens at the end, is they know that this is essentially harmful to children. You know, you openly ask them, and they're on video admitting this, that yeah, you know, this is how we're going to grow the LGBTQ elemental P alphabet community is we're basically indoctrinating the young and they openly admit this is they want to expose children to these child drag shows at a young age because it's more likely to bring these children into this community.
How Chef Andrew Gruel Got Into the Culinary Business
"Tell us a little bit about your story. How did you get into this business? Tell us about what you've built and what your plans are now. Yeah, definitely. You know, I got into this business just as a first job. My parents said you got to keep working and it was 12 or 13. Washing dishes and ultimately I went to a small liberal arts college up in Maine, but realized that I loved cooking. I love food. I love finding out where food came from. So I hit the road after two years and ultimately got my culinary degree and then started working in restaurants around the country. I opened slot fish, which was a modern seafood shack in 2011. I started as a food truck, I took out a $14,000 in loans, and then I grew up the 30 locations and recently sold it. And now I'm doing the same thing with big farm pizza, two birds chicken. I got a vegetable concept that actually called butter leaf. And you know, our big thing is about feeding people. Food is the great unifier. So most of our restaurants, we give away 100% free meals to all veterans and we also feed kids kids always eat for free at our restaurants. That's
What Does Chef Andrew Gruel Have Against Raisins?!
"Andre, Andrew gruel, welcome to America first. Thank you so much for having me. And let me say as well. Count me in for a $1000. I'll go to sed four the dot com right after this and make a donation. Oh my gosh, God bless you. Did you hear that guys? He didn't know I was going to say that. He just came on the show as a guest, heard the call and he is donating a $1000. Wow, that's 4000 meals. God bless you, Andrew, thank you, thank you, thank you, Seb goka, dot com guys. Please, any amount makes a difference. Thank you, Andrew. All right, I want to talk about your Twitter account. I want to talk about the fact that you are a famous chef, you're a TV judge, but first I want to have it out with you. I have a bone to pick with you. What do you have against raisins, Andrew? I love raisins. You know what? You know what it is, is that somebody gave me a cookie when I was like four years old and they told me it was a chocolate chip cookie. And I bit into that expecting that tweet, you know, natural bite from that chocolate chip, and it was a wet raisin. And ever since then, my life is just not in the same. All right, I'm reading a tweet from his feet, grapes are 80% water. Raisins are 10% water. Why would anyone eat raisins? 'cause they're yummy. They need just candy. We can disagree on that one.
Kami Irwin Describes US13 #HonorTheFallen
"Kami, what is U.S. 13 honor the fallen? Will you tell us what this idea is and how you're going to honor the 13? Yes, thanks for having me. That picture came to life so quickly. It was just very impressive, but U.S. 13 stands for united. I held it as a tribute here in Austin, Texas last year. We had 13 votes, 13 flags at 1300, the community here in Austin came together to support my dream of doing this that hopefully one day any one of those families would see that people care that people are so disheartened by what happened to our troops and from there it just started to spread on social media and it started getting back to those families and I had no idea that would happen that soon. I had some of the family sending me thank you cards, which was totally unnecessary. I did that because I wanted them to know how much we care and it's now I've traveled over the last few months met some of the families. We have social media relationships and we are now holding another tribute to honor the sacrifice that those 13 gave up for this country and it has been one of the saddest emotional humbling journeys I've ever began in my life.
Jim Hanson Talks With Will Chamberlain About Biden's Student Loan Move
"Jim Hansen, I am back. Doctor G is out, but we are rocking hard today, and we are joined by one of the smart people. One of the educated people. Someone with a lot of credentials from universities that matter. And we're going to use those against him. We have Wilt Chamberlain, my good friend. How are you doing buddy? Good to be with you, Jim. So you were early on the scene like you often are with a hot spicy take. Several years ago, I remember this where you were saying seize the endowments of the universities, and I'm gonna be, I'm gonna cop to it. I thought you were crazy. I thought it was a crazy idea. I was like, you can't do that. And no one will ever want to do that. How do you get to get people behind that? And all of a sudden, it's time to seize the endowments. Everybody agrees. Everybody's sort of come around to the idea that wait a second, actually. The universities are really obnoxious. And they're defrauding children and maybe we shouldn't let that happen. And maybe we should make them compensate their victims. So before we seize their endowments, I want to ask your opinion, can Biden steal tax dollars to pay off the loans of these people? Is that legal? I mean, it's a close question, honestly. I don't think it's obvious which way it'll go. There's a lot of emergency powers that the president has. I remember all the way back to the debates when Trump was president. We were talking about the emergency powers to build the wall. A lot of people were saying, oh, we can't do that. And I was like, no, no, that power is there. There's the Congress's granted a lot of power to the president. So now the way that Biden is doing it, he says he's using the COVID emergency to grant debt relief. Doesn't make a lot of sense. I think if I had to bet I'd bet that the courts would ultimately strike it down. But I don't think it's not nearly as clear cut as, say, the, what was it? It was the rent, I forget the word now. The rent abatement whether it was. Yeah, you don't have to pay. Right, we're right. They were going to stop it for two more months. He had no authority to do that. That was obvious. This, I think, is actually somewhat close. Now, Nancy Pelosi though, she last year was out saying, oh, Biden can't just unilaterally do this. Houses of Congress that are in charge of the money and all of a sudden well, if she's not really running her mouth about this issue. Yeah,
Victor Davis Hanson on Trump's Special Role to Play in the GOP
"Hansen, there was an individual I had on my show last week, a very successful British podcast who did a very short video 7 minute video on why it has to be Trump for 2024. And his argument actually goes back to the minstrels of the poets such as Homer, the stories of Odyssey and the Odysseus and the Iliad saying there is an arc. There is a narrative that has to be fulfilled and if there is to be any truth to the ark any justice to the ark of Donald Trump's narrative, he has to come back and drain the swamp. My argument is a little bit more pragmatic as somebody who served in The White House. Only a politician who has been as crucified for 6 years who knows what the FBI, the CIA, the DoJ, the NSA can do, will have the wherewithal and the backbone to clean out the stygian stables. Are we just being optimistic or should we say that anybody could do it or does Trump have a special role to play? I think he has a special role that question is and I don't have the answer about half, I would say 60% of the Republican Party believes that what you just outlined that you need somebody with fire in the belly that not just has the agenda, but understands the nature of his opponents and it's an existential fight to the end. And then the question of the subsidiary question is, well, how about and this is pose a Mike Pompeo or Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, they're all great people, but their argument is, well, they don't get into Twitter cul de sacs. Are they don't incite billions of dollars to come out because they are more selective and targeted and focused in their methods of attack on the left. And they're not career politicians, and they do have fire in the umbrella. And that's going to be adjudicated in the primaries, I guess. Because the Trump people will say, yeah, but their politicians are going to push comes to shove, they'll be like Mike Pence, who right in the middle of this FBI controversy comes down on top.
Sam Harris Is a Buffoon With Victor Davis Hanson
"Hansen, there is a video clip actually from a Friends of mine in the podcast trigonometry is hosted by two British Friends of mine who are in my studio not too long ago. They interviewed Sam Harris. They released this video. It has gone viral. My buddy Dan bongino played it, newsmax, Eric bolling has played it. I'm going to be playing it on my show this weekend. I'm sure you've seen it. I just for those of our list is across the nation who may have missed it. Here's just a 32nd clip of what this leading light of the left had to say about suppression of information just before an election play cut. Listen, I don't care what's in Hunter Biden's law. I made a Hunter Biden. At that point, Hunter Biden literally could have had the corpses of children in his basement. I would not have cared. Not that doesn't answer the people who say, it's still completely unfair. To not have looked at the laptop in a timely way and to have shut down the New York posts, Twitter account. That's just a left wing conspiracy to deny the presidency to Donald Trump. Absolutely it was. Absolutely. Right. But I think it was warranted. An absolutely warranted conspiracy professor. Some people have said he was having fun with the hosts. He was trolling them. I think what happened there was the quiet part was set out loud. Do you concur? Yeah, I do. I think he thought he was going to be edgy and controversial, and that would be a good thing. And of course, the thing to remember about that is when he says they're justified. He never quite tells us where, when exactly Donald Trump deserve that treatment, did he pollute the IRS did he weaponize the FBI? Did he take over the DoJ? Did he spy on Hillary? Professor. He does. He gives one example in a 96 minute interview. He gives one example. He says Trump university.
Donald Trump Is the Most Persecuted President EVER
"Is, of course, Victor Davis Hanson, one of your top favorites here in America first, Stanford University's professor Hansen, welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. Professor on the one hand, you can be attempted to say he's on a campaign platform. This is hyperbole. But when you stop and you think of the last 6 years from the Billy Bush tape to Russia collusion to cross fire hurricane impostor, quid pro quo to impeachment tooth, southern district of New York cases, and then the January 6th committee, and now the Mar-a-Lago raid, is there not something just empirically sound to his statement about how he's been persecuted? Yes, there is. And everything he said was true. He's the most persecuted president. He's the most autopsied president in our history. And the other issue is to what degree can he make that case in a positive way to help his party and his agenda. And I would think that he's now approved beyond a doubt that they're going after him an extra leaguer legal if not extraordinary ways that we've never seen before. But I do think he's going to have to at some point say that's what they did to me. And here's what we're going to do as a nation to make sure that doesn't happen. And here is my contract with America for the midterms and we're all going to run on a national platform of closing that border like I did and getting our energy sector back to be productive as it can be and to stop this crime wave that's hurting people throughout the country and to get our foreign policy back on a deterrent. So I think he needs now to pivot and to give this positive message. And
Sebastian Is Joined In-Studio by 'Uncle Jimbo' Jim Hanson
"He is none other than uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen. Welcome back in studio for one on one. Hi, good to be with you, Seth. All right, so we have to talk about this massive story that broke in which you are implicated as a co-conspirator as somebody who colludes colludes with those who believe that elections should have consequences. I think I heard a senator from Illinois one say that name was Barry Barry something. Anyway, let's put this story up. It broke last week. One of the longest pieces I've ever seen at axios with of course a rather unflattering picture of Donald Trump's chin, the presidential chin, a radical plan for Trump's second term by Jonathan Swan thousands and thousands of words. I don't know why I counted. I had 8 people who wrote this article. Jonathan Swan was assisted by 8. Have you ever had 8 people assist you write anything? I actually can write English myself. Okay. Okay, maybe it's the need another person to sharpen the crayon and choose the column. No, I'm not talking about marines behavior yourselves. The subject of this article was the discussion of what is it, two, three different new institutions, mega America first institutions that are planning for a second Trump term with the idea that there should be people in the government who do the job of the elected president, and that's the problem. Can you help me unpack that? Well, the problem is they've gotten used to the permanent bureaucracy, the deep state doing their bidding. So the idea is you come in and there's a certain top layer in all the executive agencies of political appointees that the new president comes in and replaces. The problem is everybody below that still is allegiant to the woke democracy and their socialist agenda. So now the left is figured out that during president Trump's first term, those people successfully undermined way too many things. He was trying to do. It's actually remarkable. Let me just interject here. Given that I witnessed the deep state in action, how much he achieved in those schools. Is it not? Oh, it's stunning. And that was just through sheer force of will. Yeah, that's the good thing about our team is we were motivated. Now we took that lesson and learned, we need a bench. We need a bench, who's ready to come in when we take the presidency in 2024, and we need to get rid of the people who are going to try and stop that
Kurt Schlichter: America Is Run by Cultural Trust Fund Babies
"Okay, Kurt, let's jump in. I mean, so many things I want to discuss with you. You valde, world military, what did you call it, the political realignment? The political realignment. And that's part of the rise. Well, we'll talk about all of these things that will try through the next hour. But first, explain this subtitle. So the book is we'll be back. And it's got some great endorsements by me. Dan Gino, David Limbaugh, Jim Hansen, our body Monica Crowley. A whole panoply of real patriots. But talk to us about the four and the rise, map it out, give us some your report of the fallen rise. The Pinnacle was there in time and space at 7 core main at the victory. In 91. And 91. And we essentially agreed with Francis fukuyama that history was over. Liberal democracy had won. But in wool fell down, it was a pack gone. Everything was going to be great. We stopped trying. The problem with America now, doctor gorka is run by what I call cultural trust fund babies. All right, now the way I put it is everybody knows. Ford. And not a great person, but he put a car in every garage. He created modern manufacturers. Henry Ford. His sons, they, they built forward into a massive corporation. They gave us the Mustang, which is pretty awesome. My first car, 73 Mustang. It's a big bloated, ugly one. The third generation affords. You can't name any. They're probably parked in front of a crack house in a broken and Ford fusion with Hunter Biden. So what is the point you're making? Trust fund babies. They always fail. They always squander it. The World War II generation they beat Hitler. They beat the depression. Pretty impressive. The 60s, the people in the charge in the 60s. They changed America through civil rights, where they demanded human rights from angry Democrats, a theme that continues through American history. And they put a man on the moon. These are impressive achievements. And we have the present ruling elite that gave us Iraq, Wall Street, meltdown, and
Jim Hanson and Amanda Milius Discuss the J6 Show Trial
"Hey folks, it's Jim Hansen. I have sitting here in studio. Oblivious to the fact that we just went live because I was talking to my good friend amazing filmmaker and one of the most culturally elite members of the America first crowd, Amanda milius. Welcome. Thank you. I'm so glad to be on in the new spot. Isn't this cool? This is like a crazy show. It is the coolest thing. I know. No, I almost am like not worthy. I would like like I said, I almost wore sweats. I know. You got to do that. On the bottom. You have to have the top here. Yeah, I'm used to just being able to pull it together on the top, and then everything else is like yoga pants, and I'm like, maybe I'll get dressed today. Yeah. Yeah, well, we did it. And we're on the late night TV talk thing. Now, I want to talk kind of production value. Because I don't know if you notice, there is a giant show trial propaganda fest for the invented insurrection going on. That was pretty, I mean, yesterday was, there are some really good memes created out of yesterday. Like if a day creates good memes. It's a good day. So yeah, it's us. It's our team winning. Yeah, there was this one where like, I think they had like shots from one of those White House down or something movies or and then they had, I mean, it was so with the beast. The grass, like, that's basically what she was describing. I mean, it was absolutely insane. And good on them. But I want to kind of get into your area of expertise because the left decided when they were going to have these show trials that they were going to hire a TV news executive to stage them. Tell us super cool. It tells you a lot. And then you've got legs zelensky going on like every meeting with every celebrity he possibly can. You're like, man, this guy's got a lot of time on his hands 'cause I'm just trying to run a production company, like not run a war. I don't even have time to do that. That's amazing.
What Alex Stein Saw at the 'Drag Your Kids to Pride' Event in Dallas
"Viral video over the last couple of days. We covered extensively yesterday of the drag show for kids in Dallas, Texas, there's one man who actually went to the or tried to go to intervene and be an adult and do what was actually necessary. That's Alex Stein number 99. I think I got that right. He's hilarious. Alex, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, your alleged, oh my gosh, you're calling me 99. I feel like I made it, you know, the man in the myth the legend Charlie, thank you for having me on. I really appreciate it. Your reputation precedes you. The thing when you went to the school board meeting in Dallas is one of the funniest things I've seen in a very long time. And so you went to this drag show, they didn't let you in, so they're obviously, I don't know, homophobic or something, like walk us through this. Well, listen, this is the thing about this drive show. And you know, in our culture right now, they're doing the drag queen story time at the public library. Now, that's disgusting. That's terrible, Charlie. But at least that's out in the open. What this was, this is more sinister than that because they had a clear window and once they did it, they put paper over the window. So they didn't want people in there. And obviously we did get some major provocateurs, Taylor Hansen got in, although Isabel O'Reilly, a few people did get in that where I was in a group with. But they immediately recognized me and didn't let me in. But what I'm saying is Charlie, this had the vibe of when you're in college and the drug dealer gives you the first drug. The first drug is always free and the drug culture, you know? It's like your first hit, like, come to a bar, but the reason why it was so sinister is they were attacking children. Now, listen, if you're gay, you're trans you're drag queen, whatever, go do that in your own time. You don't need to involve little children. So what this was is, this was pure indoctrination, Charlie. And this was an attack on these children, and it gave me the vibrational energy that they were almost feasting on the purity and vulnerability of these children, and they were loving it. Like, you know, like a vampire, like a Dracula almost.
Jim Hanson and Sebastian Discuss the 2022 Primaries
"He is Jim Hansen, the author of winning the second Civil War allegedly without firing a shot. Jim, welcome to the studio. What a wonderful place, dude. I like it. Not enough guns though, right? You know, is there some rule about that? I think we'll find out. Well, we'll do some research that I know we caught smoke cigars. That's the biggest problem, but we'll find out about the Second Amendment. Welcome in studio, we have so much to discuss Russia, Ukraine, Finland, Sweden, the border. But let's talk about tomorrow. It's been a rather dirty primary season in the granite state, the Keystone state. Talk to us about so, granite's New Hampshire, the Keystone state of Pennsylvania. We've invited us Doctor Oz on the show while constantly told by his PR team that is very busy. We'll get back to you. We'll get back to you. He seems to be ducking and avoiding media of late. Kathy Barnett, who I've known for years when she first came on Fox when I was hosting the national security moms there on Fox and Friends. Came on Thursday when all the hubbub about her D two one fours and her military service erupted. I asked her some tough questions. She quitted herself quite well. So give us your take as somebody who understands Trump, maga, the swamp, the rhinos. What's your take on Pennsylvania? Anybody but the Democrats? I think all this infighting was not helpful. I think Oz doesn't want to come on your show because you're going to ask him why he's pals with Erdoğan. Why he voted in the last Turkish election why he hasn't renounced his citizenship and why he's not even vaguely a conservative in any meaningful way. I understand Trump like celebrities. Okay, I get it. And he figured name recognition matters. That's a reasonable thing to do. But the problem is now we've got not just a rhino. We've got, I don't even know what he is. He's a no. You know, he's a nothing. And if he wins, he may be able to do it, but I would prefer someone who's actually on
What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?
"We are talking to Lee's wheel. You probably know her. Remember her from Fox News and many other prominent places talking about many things kind of like this, but nothing can top this. She has a brand new book out called a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hansen, America's most damaging Russian spy. It really is nightmarish. And I always say, Lee's that, you know, apart from my faith in God, I don't know how to process this. I think you would just be frightened at how evil the world is, how dark it is. I have to ask you the most basic question. What do you suppose that Robert Hansen got out of this? In other words, it's kind of a funny thing. I always feel that these traders sell themselves extraordinarily cheaply, you know, that China has billions of dollars to spend. And if there's anybody out there willing to kind of give them a leg up here or there, what was Russia giving this man? And again, we want to be clear. This wasn't Russia. This was the Soviet Union, as wicked as it gets. The evil empire, what were they giving him to make him feel that it was worth his doing this because he could have made a decent job doing the right thing. What were they giving him? Right, exactly. Cash. I mean, they were giving him bundles of $30,000, $10,000, $50,000. At one point he asked for diamonds, they gave him diamonds. And he had a cash flow problem, right? Because you can't put more than $10,000 in cash into a bank without alerting all sorts of things. So he would just honestly put it in a drawer. He put it under the bed. And in fact, Eric, one time when he had the cash in the drawer, Bonnie, his wife, saw the money in the drawer. It was like a sock drawer or something, you know, basic drawer like that. She pulled out the money, sees all this cash. She confronts him. This was early on in his spine, confronts him. She thinks it's money for a mistress because he's got he's done that before. Say that again, money from what? We're a mistress from mister. Oh, because he had cheated on his wife. Right. So she thinks that she confronts him. He says, oh, no, no, Bonnie. I'm not cheating on you. This is just money that I got from the Russians for spying. That was better or something. But he did say that to him. Yes, no, he admitted it to her. And then they, but here Eric, here's a twist. It go to their priests. That's what body his wife wants to do. They go to the priest, the priest basically says, oh, that was bad. Don't do that again. It's fine, that is. And you can be absolved from it if you just give them money that you've already made to the church. Which Hanson does, and he doesn't spy for a little bit, and then he starts up again. But the idea that a priest would say that, that basically, hey, you know, don't do that again, that's bad, but you know, it's all okay if you give the money to the church. And that, of course, you know, Bonnie was okay with
Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'
"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the
Daily Caller: Chuck Todd Removed From MSNBC's 'Meet the Press'
"Now something interesting has happened with chuck Todd The daily caller MSNBC removes host chuck Todd's meet the depressed daily quote unquote from cable lineup this is K Smith MSNBC chuck Todd's meet the press daily plays streaming only option for viewers and changing the name to meet the press now I guess he's going the way of Chris Wallace I don't know But he'll still have a Sunday show which has no ratings Meet the press hosted by chuck Todd is moving from the 1 p.m. Eastern Time cable slot to 4 p.m. slot on the streaming service according to The Hollywood Reporter In other words they're burying it MSNBC is reportedly rebranding the 1 p.m. hour to MSB and correspondent and anchor Chris Jensen will lead the new show the outlet continued Wasn't he chasing like perverts for years mister producer Remember him Huh Oh it's a female What was that other guy Chris something or other Chris Hansen that's it So Chris Jansen is a birthing person Switch up is set to take place On May 26th the hill reported And the network will also start producing a podcast called meet the press now Make the press now Can't wait NBC News is the leader in streaming news NBC News president Noah Oppenheim stated Since our launch we've been committed to delivering the best of NBC News journal that Well you failed you jerk Free to streaming audiences everywhere Broadcast actors to see the massive potential of streaming Meet the press daily franchise to NBC News now reinforces the platform status as the destination for news on
Mike Gallagher Celebrates Early Birthday in Las Vegas
"But after the long weekend I had in Las Vegas, Las Vegas to sort of celebrate my birthday with some dear Friends of mine. A little early birthday by a couple of days. And let's not talk about my birthday. I hate my birthday. I hate birthdays in general. I get in trouble because I forget my Friends. I forget my family. To me, I remember years ago, Eric Hansen, who's been my loyal operations manager for over two decades, used to take his birthday off. And I thought that was the craziest thing how anybody would take a day off for their birthday as an adult. Now if you're 14, I don't know, but people take birthdays very seriously. I dread them because it is a reminder of my grim march to the grave. I don't feel almost 62. Some days I feel 80, some days I feel 29. So good friends of mine, peg and Joey Hudson said, let's go to Vegas. We'll see Lionel Richie. And while we're there, let's carry Underwood. She was great Friday night, Lionel Richie, not so much because he canceled as we showed up to see his performance, which is something that would have been like a bucket list. Can you imagine seeing Lionel Richie in concert? He had a bad back. I literally said to the guy blocking the entrance when being told that Lionel Richie had a bad back, what? He can't sing with a bad back. What's in his back four to sing? I did shows in a hurt with a hernia. I did radio shows in my bed. I didn't say all that to him, but you know me. I'm selfish, and I'm impatient. And I'm instant gratification, and I wanted to see Lionel Richie, but we still had a great weekend, stayed at the Trump international hotel, great story from the Trump hotel, places packed, beautiful hotel, the Trump store, they can't keep Trump merchandise on the shelves. The lady told me as soon as they ship it in in the morning, it's gone by the end of the day. I would t-shirts, baseball caps, Trump golf balls, Trump paperweights, and people, you know, I'm sorry. Americans love the guy. And Americans are ready for a return to normalcy. Not just politically, but I've got to address this. I got to address how different Vegas is from so many other places, New Yorkers would faint. At how people in Las Vegas behave.
"hansen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"What you're talking about. Folks, the book is the men we need, the men we need by brand, Hansen, you can find brand hand Senate Brandt Hansen dot com, brand Hanson. I'm so glad I didn't kick you off the show after the first segment. I really think we've turned it around with my new friend, God bless you, thank you. Thank you, man. God bless you too. Baby. Let us know. Time ahead 'cause I might say. In case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leaving the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation, that's the last thing we need. Our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold. It is real. It is physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time. Legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments.
"hansen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Do I. You make it sound vulgar. It does sound bad. Okay, you know what? I need to go to a break. I need an idea to have some quiet time in the morning when we come back. Ladies and gentlemen, Brandon Hansen will be gone. Trust me. They should give a thing what a terrible thing to lose. Hey folks. I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth Talbot have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month. If it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or to the three week quick start for 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too. Go to relief factor dot com. Relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it. It works. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Nestlé, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com. It gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things go to inspire insight dot com today and register for free that's inspire insight dot com go there. With early morning yesterday folks, welcome back. This is the Eric my taxes show and I lied. Brandon Hanson is still my guest under such short notice. We really couldn't find anybody else. So I decided what the heck? Thank you. We just got another ten minutes. I'll live. I'll live. Brand Hansen has written a book called the men we need God's purpose for the manly man, the avid endorsement or any man willing to show up. Now you say this in a cheeky way, you're a great communicator. You've got a very popular radio program and a podcast, but you're very serious about this. Obviously. I am because my own experience growing up was very sub optimal with my dad. And we did not feel safe. I felt scared all the time. Okay, now we're getting very serious. I know. Where do you work part of the country? Did you grow up in the Midwest? Southern Illinois. So you look a lot of people have this story. I did not, but I mean, it's horrifying to hear about these kinds of things, but it's important to understand that this is real for some people that you grew up with a dad that scared you. He didn't feel protected. Well, because of the stuff we were going through. It was a couple of divorces and it's scary, but I wanted, I even decided as a kid when I come home, I'm not, I don't want my kids to feel like, oh no, dad's home. I want them to come running to the door. I go, dad, daddy, that's what I want. And I did create that space. That did happen. I think it's that important. And again, I'm saying this is a guy who is not. At the outward trappings of a manly man. I can't write a motorcycle. I can't hunt. What? Get rid of motorcycle. No. Neither can I. So. It is a heartfelt thing. I tried to ride a bike. Just barely. All right, well that's good enough. Thank you. It is a heartfelt thing, but it's one of those things like I do think I do think our culture is dying for this. And if you can give guys a picture for what it is, because somebody guys don't know, you think they do, but people can't articulate what it is to be a masculine guy in a hopefully a way that honors God. And I do think it's the keeper of the garden thing. I do think it's what Adam failed to do when he allowed eve to have this conversation with The Serpent. He's just passive. He's utterly passive, doesn't defend her, doesn't get involved, and God holds him responsible. He comes looking for him like Adam, where are you?.
"hansen" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast
"Name is Chad rat lip. And I am your host and today we have the pleasure of having Kelsey Hanson with us who has two children and a story to share with us all and we're so grateful to have you on the show today. Thanks for being with us, Kelsey. Yeah. Thanks. So yeah, this is slightly random unless you're doing regular podcasts regarding your family, but so far the feedback has been that all of the different stories that we're sharing are helping people feel understood or yeah. So tell us a little bit, you have two children. Yes, I have two boys. My oldest will be 12 next month. He was diagnosed with ADHD and ODD very severely. At the age of three and a half, my youngest, he just turned to on the 28th of August. He's been diagnosed with non verbal love functioning autism as well as speech delaying intellectual like he's pretty high. Yeah, so this is pretty new for you. Yeah. Pretty heavy, huh? Yeah, it's been kind of been rough actually. Pretty rough. My son, they told me he's in the bottom 1% of functionality. And so he's nonverbal, and with intellectual disability. And I think his intellectual disability probably overrides his autism, that's an experience that I have in my journey. So you figured out that something was different pretty early, huh? I mean, if diagnosis at two yeah, I have actually had the advantage of growing up around autism. My mom, many of her friends have worked with a company called CTA. It's a company here in Utah that is they have group homes and stuff for people with autism. So I've been around it. I'm also very observant for what they call nosy person. So I observe a lot. I pick up on things quickly. The first time I noticed that something just wasn't normal with my son or like, oh, there's a sign right there. He was about 6 months old and is when he kind of started becoming a little bit mobile. He banged his head on the wall. Go to the wall and just smack his head. For no reason, or he'd have been me or his dad. He was behind in his walking crawling, you know, the normal things. But kids can tend to do that, but it was when he started had banging with what caught my attention who's about 6 months. And you brought it up with the pediatrician and were they receptive right away or how did they do? I actually didn't bring it up to the pediatrician because I knew that they were going to tell me oh, you're crazy. You know? When it comes to autism, kids are like that, oh, my son didn't talk till he was three or four and so I didn't even say anything to his pediatrician up until he was about 6 it was his 18 month checkup at 16 months..
"hansen" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"I've ever i've ever done been apart of in you know in my two oldest were in high school. They went to a high school on the east coast. That famous dads being on tv wasn't a big deal. Captains of industry wall street sports but when south park did chris hansen to catch a predator. Visit only those. Yeah you're like. I've i've made it. I've seen south park. I just yes encourage. Some people may be didn't watch to catch a predator or depending on what age they are maybe going back and listening to the podcast or people. Don't watch things but going back and revisiting it will very much make it real that that predators are out there and we do need to make sure that we're protecting our kids and if you're a parent it's our responsibility to have these conversations so i'm thankful to have sat down with you today chris to remind us of that and give us any wisdom that you have on it given that youth dedicated so much of your life to this. The work that you do is so important. And i am thankful for it quickly before we wrap if you wouldn't mind sharing with us four things that you're thankful for. I typically have guests share some some things that they love having their lives like on a daily basis bigger small. Well i you know. It's a great question. So i think in my head to name four things in a i think a lot of things but i- thankful for you know my family friends loved ones one in in what i'm able to contribute to those relationships that i'm said Focused and that All these projects are financed. So it's a. It's a bit of an over liberation with stern. I think it focused in town visit answered. Three at vanderbilt is the fourth so and most important awesome. Okay let that will thank you so much for taking the time and all the the content that you put out there for for us that that really is making a difference a tune. There's more toco okay awesome. Well thank you. Chris okay so to be effective a probiotic must reach your got alive but the majority of brands even the special refrigerated ones. They die in your heart stomach acid. So that's why..
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Lot of attention. And there's a group called the church of khan who follows the post predator arrest antics of lawrence in. He's been in and out of prison after violating probation. And i think he's been in more times more time for probation violation than actually committing. The predatory acted driven four hours to meet this girl. In every sean. Toma couple times every time had to do an interview. He's been back in prison or he hasn't got back to me. And i got a voicemail just within the last two weeks from somebody claiming that their lauren. Why don't you call me back as a one. Don't you leave a number. And i will call you back because i think it'd be interesting. Show to have him on. But yeah there's a whole community of people who follow. Lord armstrong are these former predators. Our current whatever. The terminology is. How do they feel usually about being reinterpreted by you. You know really haven't done many re interviews if any. I can't think of any that i've done. I've offered some people the opportunity. I will continue to do so. I think now that some time has passed on these earlier investigations. I'm hoping because. I think it would be interesting at some of these guys will talk. I've interviewed family members of some. We had the daughter of a predator do surfaced in riverside california come on was a very compelling interview talking about the collateral damage which i think is a is something we don't report on noth- it's not just this guy getting busted and embarrassed and exposed. It's the family who in most cases had no idea that their dad or their husband or their voice or fiance was involved in this sort of activity. How how do they have no idea. Well these guys come from all walks of life. I mean we've seen doctors on the cutting edge of during cancer. we've seen you know guys from law enforcement. We've seen teachers. We've seen people from all walks of life in the reality also. Is that most of these guys. Another some creepy looking guys walked in you know but most of these guys don't stand out of a crowd that could be standing next to the grocery store and a saturday morning. They looked like regular guys. You don't know who's doing this activity. And that's the frightening part of. Yeah okay. another question don ambrosia says has he lost some faith in humanity given. He's seen some of the worst aspects of it. Does he think pedophile can be rehabilitated. Will i think there's when you talk about a pedophile. It's very specific. Sankey entering definition right in when you talk about a predator slightly different. It's a larger catchall phrase with this horrifying activity had a file being someone who had a file as somebody who specifically targets prepubescent. Joel okay. basically oh and you chose people right on that border that i mean the actors were were portraying borderline. We did what was illegal versus. What is a psychiatric designation interesting. So it's it's not necessarily. I mean it's illegal to be a pedophile but it's not you know it. It's based upon the aged versus the physical description which is what psychiatric right definition..
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"I truly believe that at least for me in this business in it's taking people to places they would only get to see in hearing things and seeing things they wouldn't normally get to hear and see and i think that for me is the interesting part of it you know. I have no problem with somebody doing a cooking show. I might do doing one day. We don't know but it's still you know it drives me to go find out something that somebody else that no one else knows in. Do my book report on. Do you remember this is. I'm going on a fishing expedition with question. Was there anything when you were growing up. You remember like your first first huge disillusionment or something was an inexperienced where an adult disappointed. You something like that not really i mean. I got into the business. I became interested in the business at a very young age. Because i lived in suburban detroit not far away from where jimmy hoffa had his last launch alive and user my by up to the red fox restaurant she was last seen in the police were there and the fbi was here. The local reporters that ultimately network reporters in there are people who were involved in the investigation. Who actually were neighbors in our subdivision in i followed this closely fifteen year old kid fourteen fifteen year. Old kid You know sorta got bit by the bug then antoine. When i went off to michigan state university. I just you know wouldn't overn sign up for the campus radio news network one to end off off to the races but i there was nothing that i was never a victim of a crime or anything like that but when i can tell you is on numerous occasions. Dozens and dozens and dozens of occasions over the years. I've been out socially at a dinner. You know with somebody's at poverty. Something in people will come up to me and say. Can i talk to you for a minute. Assure in on a tuck away with him in a corner in confide in me that they had been.
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Schoolers and many of them thought. The guys were actors that we put this show together just to just to scare reenactment like a reenactment. When i told them this really happened and these were real men who were going after real children in their minds that got their attention. Have you ever. Has there ever been a female predator. That's that you've come across not in our investigations wrote a book a few years back several years back on on the whole predator experience and there was one case in there that we profile we have not seen it in the therapists the psychiatric psychiatrists who talked about these things say that generally speaking the female predator doesn't like the anonymity. You're more likely to see the scenario of a teacher a student. We've seen play on the headlines of years when it comes to male predators like the anonymity hinted is it's an extension of the the twenty four hour access in the you know the the addictive nature of the internet in there i think are three different groups of guys who commit these crimes and in a ones the younger group you know who could probably be put on probation monitored register as a sex offender for some period of time. Never do it again. The hardcore heavy hitter guys. It'd be doing this without the internet. Just bad guys. Lock them up forever. And then there's this group in the middle who has a maybe a predisposition an attraction to younger girls and they wouldn't act on it but for the nature of the internet the anonymity guy start seeing things online. They wouldn't say face to face and then the become acceptable and then this addictive quality takes over and the next thing you know they blur the line between fantasy and reality and they're knocking on her door. Do you make a distinction between stomach the stuff that's more in the realm of also like someone who's you know grooming a fifteen sixteen year old and someone who is talking to I'd go much younger. We'll typically in our investigations. We we have decoys poses twelve thirteen and fourteen year old girls up fifteen and sixteen depending on where you are in the age of the actual predator could be illegal as well so we try to make. The case is so clear. Cut you know for the purposes of showing in what evil is out there. Right what would. I do a story on a seventeen year old who is already dating a fifteen sixteen year old in high school. Now what. I do a story on a nineteen year old who is trying to have a sexual liaison with a twelve year old. Yes you will say. Well he's only nineteen i said. What's the difference between a nineteen year old in twenty nine year old in terms of the danger to that child right..
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"So what what adams as look we have to crack down on the people committing lesser crimes. At six o'clock in the evening we prevent the more serious felony at eleven o'clock at night. And i think people understanding that that's why he you know got ten or twelve percent more potent than his next competitor. So how do you see your role versus law enforcement. Because i'm and totally different things you know i i. I have a sense of how to investigate. Something i have. You know. been blessed with wonderful sources and and because of our work in a lot of different areas. but you know truthfully. The senator franchise has opened a lot of doors. So i've i land in a small town anywhere in america and whether it's a predator story or breaking news story or a tornado. I'm i'm going to get access because people know it's it's chris hansen and that they can trust me. Have the cops ever said to you. Hold off because we are on top of this already and you might bring attention in a way. We don't want etcetera. I think that there have been i know. There have been instances over the years where you know for the sake of justice in successive investigation. I am held off something for a period of time not forever. Not because they didn't want to be embarrassed by anything. I've never done that. Never been asked to do it. Actually I mean nobody's ever asked me to hold off on his story for that reason but yeah i have over the years the responsible thing to do you know. I got heat when we did. The predator investigation the first time with law enforcement doing a parallel investigation because there was some journalism who thought that i was working closely with police in honestly after. We did the first two investigations. I think it was socially irresponsible to do it without law enforcement involved. I mean even though law enforcement needs some cases based upon our show. Oh are you talking about how the the first two episodes the rest of the country not true. There were arrests in their arrests. After the case they weren't arrests once they left my kitchen dot it. There were arrests down the road and and the only one in the first investigation but the second one we did outside washington dc. In virginia fairfax police made a number of rest. The fbi rested the rabbi. So we started there and then the third one we.
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"You file for you give it. We used it on youtube channel and used it in the in the series. I discovery pluses. I mentioned but you know it when i when the sheriff's deputies arrived you know we. We left the property. We do these things by the book a long time. I mean the internet world where nobody does reporting. Unless it's you know online from their basement. Reporters real reporters go on planes. Driving cars good locations knock on doors they ask questions. They do stuff that i do. The whole youtube generation doesn't do that if they can't make money not all of them but many of them they can't make money from their basement or looking up something on the internet. They don't do it. You know the they don't they can't deal with the real world some of these content creators so we went out there and you know we got up the property. In the sheriff's deputies arrived respond to the nine one one call. You called the second time. The operator exasperates as well. They're on their way. I went up. And i introduced myself. in the guy the deputies. We wondered how long it was going to take for you to come out here as if you know they sort of knew that band stuff going on inside that house in explain the situation and we continued our investigation and we got all the documents but that that day led to the release of dozens and dozens of pages of documents relating to other events that took place at the house other calls from potential victims in the infamous case of the child falling out of the second story window. How do you feel about the big sweeping question get ready. how do you feel about law enforcement. I had overwhelmingly positive relationships law enforcement over forty years. Now some will say well. That's because you know you get stories from law enforcement you have access from law enforcement. And that's partially true as a young reporter in detroit. I did obviously socialize with the narcotics division in i- gained their trust which allowed me to go on raids with them which allowed me to expose to people who weren't intimately familiar with the crack cocaine trade in the mid to late eighties in so you walk a fine line. I wouldn't turn my head away. If i saw police abusing their power authority. I would go harder on somebody. who did i like. Everybody else in. America was just absolutely repulsed and Horrified by what happened to george floyd But at the same time would you seen especially here in new york. City is a swing back to you know. Police have to please. And you can't have new york city With the current crime. That goes on here in. I think one of the reasons. Eric adams the mayoral candidate did so well in the democratic primary is because he was on the force for twenty two years he understands what com stat is understands. What jack maple and bill bratton did in the early years of the giuliani administration. Johnny is you know often his own bizarre circus right now. That's there was a time where he was respected. There was a top during nine. Eleven and prior to that in. I moved here. I took the job at nbc and nineteen ninety. Three when you wouldn't leave the office without your sport coat on because he didn't want to know which pocket your wallet was. In and in a few short years my then young sons could run around rockefeller plaza and times square and not be bothered too much and so there is a difference. Eric adams knows that eric adams also knows that you know there. You.
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"So i think once you have kids you sort of have to you know in the back of your mind always but at the same time like when the epstein stuff was coming to light i was just i felt like oh my god i i tend to live in a and with the harvey weinstein stuff all of that just how widespread these kinds of crimes are. I felt like. I have been a bit naive. Someone like you. I would think you it is. It has been in your face so much. Does that affect how you view everyone. Well i think you have to compartmentalize little bit. I mean you know people ask occasionally you have you read there because of all the investigative work and being overseas and human trafficking and all the different things i've done over the years in the answer's no probably could use it. I think everybody could. But you know i have a way of just keeping it. You know buried and sealed up in in kobe with that and knowing that you know by digging into it and doing these tours in creating awareness that perhaps didn't exist before in dialogue that didn't exist before that's how i cope with a deal that an interestingly enough part of what i found Therapeutic almost is doing the podcast editors. I've fought because we go back into these past cases and i dig deep into what was going on at the time. What my interaction was this guy as well as what has happened to him in with him since the service in one of our investigations. And it's it's really. It's an interesting experience. I think people are starting to to really engage with it because they want to know what's happened to these guys in in the a whole community that follows this very very closely. And i also think it's it's another way to take viewers which is what i try and do all these shows on this journey of discovery and show them things they would normally see and let them hear things it would normally here and and that's that's what we do and when you can do that when you get into the mind of criminal predator if you will and hear. The voice of a victim survivor can prevent other people from becoming victims. And that's a big part of what we do at all these different platforms. So the podcast is have a seat with chris hanson. Sorry you i've caught. I literally just made a note to myself. I just i was like don't say this..
"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"In my bathroom the other night. What did not see this. What did i miss. A fucking slug. Just suction i. This is the fourth or fifth slug. I found in a number of months but why are slugs in my bath. Room stuck counter. They know the millipedes are gone. They're like she needs something to talk about. Whatever the twitter for insects is. I think i'm a topic of conversation on it for my address is there's like a red fin for for insects my addresses on their pictures. They know they know that whereas wants. I would massacre them now. I just pick them up and move him outside because i got shamed by our guest being. Yeah being baxter. So they know that. I'm like an ally even though i don't wanna be you know what enough of this because i could talk forever about this. But more importantly we have someone waiting to join the show. We usually interview silly unserious. Light people no offense to all of those. We've actually had some great guests but this is a great a real journalist who has accomplished stuff. He is an investigative reporter. He has one. I read eight emmys. But then i heard him say ten emmy so he is one. I'm gonna go with what he says. He's won ten emmys. You know his voice. You know his work. He was a reporter with nbc. For twenty two years he hosted so many seasons of to catch a predator that he has entered into the lexicon and the pop and our pop culture and just our sense of of right and wrong. I'm going to say since then he's gone onto host similar offshoots or like we'll get into what there's a number of shows that are sort of similar that he's done he now hosts a podcast and a youtube show called harris seat with chris. Hanson put your hands together for chris. Hansen chris hansen. Hello ellison how are you. I'm good how are you doing. I'm great are you intimidated by my millipedes investigated invested investigative work. Because you feel like you're sitting across from appeared question do slugs eat millipedes. That's what happened. Maybe they came to the bathroom looking for.
"hansen" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"There. we go. ooh hello. Hey we lost you there for minute from straw media this rain glanville okay. I saw the brothers hanson. Oh how spelled differently. I'm sorry for you have it that i'd i saw. I thought of it my drive here as like a. I didn't play in it. I just you did choose. Not that didn't maybe the subconscious fan. Maybe because it's definitely planned. I what the fuck the kids are doing it so loud. They're all playing like really a lot here. Her son is here and my son is here at my other son is here and then right here rough time to do an interview it was. I mean it will be and it is hopefully all go the way it's supposed to. We have christianson. I know lucid. We've been we've been like for three three weeks long. We locked down happened you know. His wife probably forced to do this which we loved her. And do you know what you're going to ask him. I want him to say fuck that he's got to say but he probably will. Because he's like mr network right. Abc cbs ice. Can't we can't have him saying that. Lord somebody else everybody. Chris hansen saying fought like like somebody's gonna make a me out of it and then he's gonna be eleven. Let's see if we can get him. Okay i.
"hansen" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters
"Pdf on five strategies to amplify your clients response along with all the information about this episode and episode. Still to come now the interview a few months ago a friend of mine said you have to read this book. And she sent me a link to a book called brain of a binge whilst this book primarily focuses on educating and empowering people who struggle with all forms of binge eating i noticed many themes ideas that resonated with the way i approach change immediately reached out to see whether the author would come onto the podcast she agreed. I'm really looking forward to speaking with someone who offers an alternative voice to the often recommended traditional forms of therapy that many people with binge eating issues or sent to so brings me great pleasure to welcome to the podcast katherine hansen. Thanks so much howard. I'm really glad to be here. It's an absolute pleasure. I'm just sorry. I didn't have a sound effect like sharing people just then but no really i. It's it's i really blown away by the book. And a i know we spoke just now before we clicked record listeners by the way a little bit gushing about just how overwhelming was how. Good i this. Book is really cuts through a lot of issues that i've been thinking about playing around with in terms of traditional therapy but hunt for those people who haven't heard your story. I'm not suggesting that you tell them the whole thing and save them the bother regrettable in the book but could you give us a brief outline of a little bit about your background. What led you to writing this and discovering the over binge. Yes absolutely. I can do that. I i wanna sages. Thank you so much for the compliments. I mean. it's amazing to me to hear. You have such praise for my book because it really started as just me authentically sharing my own story like all the raw parts you know that. We're even almost embarrassing to share at the time. And i just really felt like i had this powerful story to get out there that went against the way that eating disorders are traditionally treated. So it's just amazing that it's been able to reach so many people and just i appreciate the kind words as far as my own story. It how try to tell it in a brief version. I started basically dieting restricting my food intake when i was in high school and in a lot of my friends were doing it. You know. it's just a very common behavior when you're trying to you know look better or whatever it just a cultural cultural trend..
"hansen" Discussed on Cineflek
"I thought it was interesting how I spent the first third of the movie really defining the power dynamics and it kind of setting it up. They spend a lot of time on the setup of how things how things are. Who does what and for what reasons and I I think that's crucial. It's kind of I feel like the first third of the movie is kind of hard to watch. It's kind of hard to get through for me. Anyway, like it's it feels kind of longer and And and you know, there's not a ton going on besides this besides this, you know fight against who does what and and who has control over who but I think it's crucial for the rest of the film and and how it turns. Throughout the second half and I mean it gets to the point where the guy who had power at the beginning is, you know, barking like a dog. Yeah. Yeah. It's true that the first the first it takes a long time for them to really establish those Dynamics before you get into sort of what's actually happening with with the two of them. It's it's it's super interesting halfway wrap this up in any any title thoughts on the movie I am the only other thing is that. I feel like given the times it kind of reminds me a little bit of like in quarantine and feeling cooped up, you know necessarily to that degree. But like I I know I know people who have like gone crazy with the people they live with and I was thinking the same thing. It's like classic like going crazy with the people you live with Movie package. Yeah, it feels really Real. Quarantine appropriate appropriate pays any any quote you want to send us off? Butler colors do birds I can't say it right God look cool to see bird. Thank you for coming back on page. This is been awesome what what bulb but but but but but but but but but but but.
"hansen" Discussed on Cineflek
"Like the black and the white and his face but there's no no depth or gray left just consumed. Yeah. Yeah, totally totally. Yeah, so have phone patents in like did not speak much during the shooting this movie. Apparently the shooting this movie was not fun. And I don't know if you can see why like the shot of him talking into the ocean and he actually walked into the ocean in wage like, you know in in like freezing coava Scotia when it was freezing the camera lens. These old lenses kept fogging up. They had to like tell them But like twenty times and he was just like freezing, you know, I mean this this set was just not not not at all fun to be on but apparently they they thought they started to like each other after they're out of character on The Press tour. They actually became ads later but during the shoot they like really really hated each other which I think is so funny. Yeah. This is not a shoe tied at all want to be part of I mean, I find the movie really fun ugly, but I I think if they invited you you go Oh, I don't know. I think I show up. I think you go. I think there are like if they were like, hey Ethan you want to come help us film this this crazy-ass. Are you movie in the middle of nowhere with Willem Dafoe Robert Pattinson. I think he'd be like hell yeah. Yo, yeah, but I wouldn't want to just sit around on that page and then like hey, so what are you doing here? I'm like, I'm just watching the like great then they just ignore me. I don't yeah, maybe I'd want to be there. I don't know. I think you want to be there so long so I think I told you this but a Wiki has to do with a candle wick like as in the wick being like the lighthouse so long, so they frequently refer to themselves as Wiki's. Going to phone calls himself a Wiki and then refers to Pattinson as a Wiki and and that's to do with a candle wick which I thought was kind of interesting and I didn't really pick up on that. I don't think the first time I saw yeah. Yeah, and then the other thing I found in IMDb that I thought was interesting the story is Loosely based on a real-life tragedy from 1801 called the smalls Lighthouse tragedy in which to Welsh Lighthouse Keepers. Both named Thomas became trapped on their Lighthouse station during a storm when one man died. It is said to have driven. The other mad other influences were seafaring literary classics by author Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson and Supernatural eat ins tinged Cosmic horror Tales of HP Lovecraft. But I mean, I thought it was interesting that that it was it was based on an actual story of two Welsh Lighthouse Keepers named Thomas..
"hansen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hansen at at NASA others the predicted big rice's but we have very good data on tight gauges inside your tight gauges around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century further you can go to a site at NASA and the masses tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and no scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sealevel rise began so of the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so the I. any any pull a politician is also you know sort of stop the rise of the seas I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any companies leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it now side the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do anything thing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting their carbon dioxide foot prints even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things as it when I go in it present the companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the video the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product.