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Kelly Clarkson said that celebrities used to be 'really mean' to her
"Clarkson. And is giving an extra special thanks to Jennifer Love Hewitt. So this all happened on yesterday's episode of the Kelly Clarkson Show, where she thank Jennifer Love Hewitt for her kind words after finishing American Idol back in 2002, and she said of Jennifer Love Hewitt that she probably didn't remember this moment, but she was at the MTV movie awards or via Maze or something, Kelly says. And Jennifer Love. Hewitt was really nice to her. And she remembers that because apparently right after she won American Idol celebrities were not particularly nice to Kelly Clarkson. So, Jennifer Love Hewitt being a nice gal. I mean, by all accounts, Jennifer Love Hewitt is like one of the nicest people in Hollywood. So it's nice to hear that confirmed by the other nicest person, Ali. Right, right. So she just surprised that Jennifer Love Hewitt with that man? I don't kill Clarkson
Dr. Larry Arnn on the Impeachment of Donald Trump
"I wanted to ask your thoughts on the impeachment proceedings of this week and whether or not It is constitutional for the Senate to try a president who has left office. Well, there's so first of all these arguments on both sides, and they're pretty ably made in the Washington Post lately in a And the article You sent me my my clue. Big, great. The great retired judge. And another by Laurence Tribe. And, uh, First I'll tell you what I think. And I'll tell you the arguments. What I think is Impeachment is a special process, especially as regards the chief executive because there's a problem to solve. In Britain that forever the sovereign was the King and the chief executive. And there wasn't really any method to remove him. They, You know, in the in Charles the first they cut off head, but they weren't really ever able to establish a British law that would let them do that. Um, And that's because Executive is in charge of prosecutions. How do you prosecute the executive? And it's sensitive because anyway, you prosecute him. Anybody who has the power to prosecute him could conceivably take over the executive. In our country. The executive is elected and that would mean toward in the well of people. So they did a brilliant thing they contrived. They contrived that the two political branches would take on a somewhat judicial function. And one would accuse him and the prosecute him and the other would try him. That would mean then that there would have to be a sort of consensus in the nation. The political forces in the nation, and it would also, however, operate under some rules of law. They would present evidence and have cross examination. So that's what they did. And that's Ah. That's where two really well Uh, the point is, What about Private citizen, which is what Donald Trump will be in a few days. And So I the reason I think a private citizen cannot be prosecuted is because if you read, you know, they're six mentions of impeachment in the Constitution and Is it to have Marin? If, after the Three M. Marin articles one and the two of them are an article to and what I'm is an Article three. So the dimensions the second one is the most interesting one. Senate shall have the sole power to try impeachments. Uh, Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than two removal from office. And the conjunction Disqualified disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor trust or profit under the United States.
Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans
"Back America to hear it. The Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hill. Tell college that you hear each week at this time is underway. All things Hillsdale collected it. Hil failed dot e d u I mentioned a great classical school in Orange County, which is Thea Orange County Classical Academy. It is one of the Hillsdale classical academies inspired by Hillsdale. Which teach the founding and Dr Larry on President. Hillsdale College is joined by Dr Kenneth Calvert. Dr Katz When we went to break we're about to talk about the founding up North Way discussed the laws of Virginia three weeks ago. People who go and listen to that. That's England transplanted. What is it that the pilgrims had in mind? And when did the Pilgrim's become the Puritans? And how did they diverge? And when does the Salem compact come into this conversation? Well, I think it's important to understand that James, the first of England was really attempting to create a culture built around the Church of England. Andre English, Christianity on and then what happened in the midst of that was that you have two ends of a spectrum kind of cut off from from inclusion in that one are the Puritans on one side, the other are those who choose to hang on to their Catholicism's And on the product inside the Puritans and the pilgrims were ones who really struggled with this idea of being you know, essentially forced into into the Church of England. The Pilgrim's being separatist left first went to the Netherlands and, um, realize that their Children were becoming Dutch more than they leaving behind English tradition. So what's very interesting about the pilgrims? And then the Puritans that followed them is that they were very much you know, Uh, Honoring the King and stand and Parliament of England. But they did struggle with the religious, um, on church structure that had been established. And so the pilgrims ended up coming to the northern colonies and the pilgrims being much more separatist, much more distinct in their attempt. T O be separate from the Church of England, the Puritans who came after them and again. There's a lot of discussion is how one really makes a distinguished distinguishes between these two groups. The Puritans. Many of them were from London. Many of them were involved in commerce and business. Many of them had been trained at Cambridge University, Cambridge University in that at that time, tend to be the kind of intellectual center Puritanism. And what they wanted to do in this new colony or new colonies in the north was to really establish Christian Republic, Um, still under, um You know the King and Parliament of England but to establish a kind of government again, As I said earlier, that might Be a a model for how Christians would live with and among one another, they established the first university in the colonies, Harvard University. Established. You know, in the name of John Harvard, who was a Puritan from Stratford upon Avon and in 16 36. This this college became a university was established. Train pastors and to give a high level of education to the leadership of the Puritan communities
Germany approves resuming Russia gas pipeline work
"Government authorities, clearing the way for an immediate resumption of work on an undersea pipeline transporting natural gas from Russia decision convey appealed, meaning there could be another hole to construction on the Nord stream to project The pipeline is drawn major criticism from the United States, some other European countries and environmental groups. The U. S government has argued that the Baltic Sea pipeline would make Europe more dependent on Russian gas. The Kremlin is responded by accusing Washington of trying to promote its own liquefied natural gas sales
Nancy Pelosi wants $10,000 fines for lawmakers who ignore Capitol metal detectors
"Announces that starting next week, lawmakers will face hefty fines if they refused to go through newly installed metal detectors to enter the House chamber. Pelosi said the House will adopt new rules when it returns Succession January 21st to mandate stiff fines for bypassing security $5000 for the first of fence and $10,000 for the second Finds we deducted from lawmakers Salaries yen coming Fines for refusing to comply with new security measures comes after numerous members confronted Capitol police on Tuesday and Wednesday for asking him to go through metal detectors. Bernie Bennett in Washington. New
Divers recover crashed Indonesian plane's data recorder
"The ocean floor have recovered the flight data recorder from the jetliner that crashed into the Java Sea Saturday with 62 people on board. The device expected to help investigators determine what caused the Boeing 7 37 500 plane to nose dive into the ocean and heavy rain shortly after takeoff from Jakarta Video shows divers on an inflatable vessel with a large white container containing the device heading to a port in Jakarta. Military official says planes other black box. The cockpit voice recorder will likely be found soon because a radio signal from its locator beacon has been detected in the same general area. More than 3600 rescue personnel. 13 helicopters, 54 large ships and 20 small boats are searching the area just north of Jakarta, where flight 1 82 Crashed into the sea. News and
Uganda's opposition cites 'untold violence' before election
"Widespread violence by security forces ahead of Thursday's presidential election Candidates Bobby Wine says soldiers who raided his home this morning arrested a security guard and badly beat two other people. Hundreds of booby wines, supporters and members of his campaign team are already in police detention or have been reported missing by his political party. 49 of them were arraigned in military court last week charged with possession or four rounds of ammunition at a press conference this morning will be one and two other opposition candidates cold on voters to stay at polling stations and witnessed the voting and telling process on Thursday, citing fears of reading The Electoral commission had initially issued a statement that people want to vote and head straight home, but later clarified that they could stay and witness that Talyn process that's BBC correspondent
Indonesian cleric who inspired Bali bombings freed from jail
"Firebrand cleric who inspired deadly bombings in Bali and other attacks walk free today from an Indonesian prison after completing his sentence for funding the training of Islamic terrorists. The BBC's Shama Khalil Bashir has been released after his sentence was cut short. His family picked him up from a jail on the outskirts of Jakarta. 82 year old was this spiritually leader of Jemaah Islamiyah on Al Qaeda inspired group that was blamed for the Bali bombings, which killed more than 200 people. The decision to free Bashir has drawn mixed reactions in Indonesia as well as Australia, the country with the most victims. Many relatives have said that in addition to the raw emotions brought up by the news of his release, there is real concern about whether the radical cleric would go back to preaching hate us
Biden Taps Boston Mayor Walsh, RI Gov. Raimondo for Cabinet Positions
"Introducing Merrick Garland as his nominee for attorney general, along with three others for the senior Justice Department positions. He's also tapping Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as Labor secretary, and Ryland governor, Gina Raimondo as lead the Commerce Department.
WikiLeaks founder Assange denied bail in UK
"A British judge, denying bail to Wikileaks founder Julian Asan, who has been jailed in Britain since 2019 as he fights extradition to the US, the judge ordering a sandwich to remain behind bars. The courts consider an appeal by U. S authorities against the decision not to
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un admits his economic plan has failed
"His previous economic development plans have failed, Kim Jong until delegates that his economic goals had gone unfulfilled on the country's mistakes had to be boldly admitted. He emphasized the state message of self reliance, but it's unclear how he will overcome one of the country's bleakest years. In decades, North Korea has kept its borders closed to prevent the spread of covert 19. The blockade has caused trade with me and ally and neighbor. China to plummet by around 80% devastating typhoons and floods of damaged homes and crops on the country remains under strict international sanctions. That's the BBC's Laura Beggar European Union said Tuesday would redouble its efforts to
Chargers fire head coach Anthony Lynn after 4 seasons
"Wires have fired head coach Doug Marone a little more than 12 hours after ending the season with 1/15. Consecutive lost. Two others were shown the door Monday after the New York Jets said goodbye to Adam Gaze. The charge is fired head coach Anthony Lynn after four years and a 33 and 31 record in regular season games.
Hong Kong teen jailed for insulting China flag,
"In Hong Kong Sentencing a 19 year old pro democracy activists to four months in prison for insulting the Chinese flag. The charge stemmed from a confrontation between pro and anti government demonstrators at Hongkong's Legislative Assembly in May last year. Scuffles broke out as lawmakers were considering a controversial bill on extradition to mainland China. West Count. Loon Magistrates Court heard Mr Chung had undermined the dignity of the national flag by pulling at it, breaking its pole, then throwing it into the air. The court heard that the defendant's behavior had bean deliberate aunt had risked provoking pro government supporters. The BBC's band lowing
Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing
"Pakistani courts ordering the release of a British terrorist charged in the 2002 killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl. British man Omar Sheikh was sentenced to death for masterminding the plot. The prosecution case was bungled. In April, a court downgraded Omar shakes conviction to the lesser crime of kidnapping, meaning he would be freed in light of time already served in jail. Daniel Pearl's family on the Pakistani government have challenged the decision in a case that is ongoing. In the meantime, officials had used temporary detention orders to keep Omar Shaykh in prison. Separate court in Karachi today ruled those orders were
Somalia suicide bombing kills 15, misses prime minister
"Suicide bomber attacked a stadium in Somalia's central city of Galle KO Friday, killing 15 people shortly before the arrival of the country's new prime minister that, according to police, BBC's Mary Harper has more. The attack on the stadium occurred shortly before Somalia's Prime minister Mohammed Hussain Rubley, was due to speak there. People who come to see him said there was a huge blast that the stadium entrance where senior military officials have gathered Police say top army officers are among the dead is the Miss Group after Bob said it carried out the attack and that the target was the prime minister.
Senators unveil bipartisan COVID-19 relief bills
"Work continues on a covert 19 relief bill compromise some moderate senators from both parties trying to hammer out a deal worth about $800 billion Democrat Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Bipartisanship. And compromise is alive and well in Washington. GOP Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska says the compromise relief bill would really deliver for those impacted by the pandemic. This is hope. Is his hope. For those who have been asking their Congress to be responsive. What they've seen in the face of this pandemic. Democrats appear increasingly resigned to having to drop their demand for fiscal relief for states and local governments. Republicans have said that amounts to little more than a Democrats slush fund permitting Democrat controlled states and cities.
Road Rage Is Speeding up in Houston
"Fusion has formed a road rage Task Force. Houston area, authorities reported more than 30% rise in road rage incidents this year, officials blaming the increase in part on the ongoing stress during the pandemic. The rise in road rage incidents coincides with an overall increase in violent crimes during the pandemic, Houston's homicide rate could be the highest It's been in nearly 30 years more than 200 Road rage incidents with someone being shot have taken place during the 1st 10 months of this year. This compares to 150 during the
Dallas Cowboys 17-34 Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson leads Ravens to dominant victory
"Jackson ran for Daddy four yards and a touchdown and threw for two more. As the Baltimore Ravens emerged Mako Good night's an outbreak to be Dallas 34 17 of the rare Tuesday night NFL game. Attorney for one game absence after testing positive for the potentially deadly virus. Jackson led the Ravens to 75 record the Cowboys and three and nine more
"hewitt" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us
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"hewitt" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us
"I cover topics related to building and growing startups using an ambitious sustainable sane approach. I know that you're not willing to sacrifice your health or your relationships to grow your company and yet we aspire to build ambitious startups. Thanks for joining me again. This week i have a mini time. Guest back on the show. Craig hewitt who has come on for. Qna episodes he's come on for a startup news roundtable and he's told the story of his startup casto's which went through tiny seed batch. One you could hear that complete story in detail across the first season of tiny seed tales where we recorded eight episodes over the course of believers about eight or nine months. And so you hear this. Nice longitudinal look at his and his team's journey as they focus on and grew the company during twenty nineteen and. I wanted to have him back on today. Because someone wrote in and said i want a where are they now episode of sorts for the rest of us. That looks back kind of catches you up from where craig left off and coincidentally almost to the day. It was one year since we had recorded the season finale of season one so i hope you enjoy the conversation we have today but before we dig into that i want to let you know about the sas. Podcast awards that microsoft is holding right now. You can nominate your favorite podcast that have some affiliation relationship to sas whether it's too sad founders talking about whether it's people doing interviews. There are four categories of podcasts. That we're going to be looking at an highlighting and if you had to sas podcast awards dot com. You can enter your nominees for each category. And then a few weeks we will have finalists and voting and eventually we will present awards to the winners so this is the first of its kind. And we're really excited to be able to gather people together and here kind of with the people's choices for the top podcast and podcasts. Because it will be nice. We'll have finalised to look at across each of these categories so head over to sas podcast awards dot com to nominate podcast and with that. Let's dive into my conversation with. Craig hewitt the founder of casto's cast his podcast hosting and production plus private podcasting. And it's actually wear this podcast..
"hewitt" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Own. So the title in this really does how can you back to the the length of the story of seven seven at this stage is close to death and he had been told by that same same role on that he would die with a spear or with the antlers of a stag in him, and he has just been wounded and because the story. The story has been appropriated with into Christianity in their saints and some of them are great and some of them are terrible. But the story does end that CIGNA confesses his faith in the church and then you know his taken off into heaven and so the title of this is quite traditional that he's wounded and then he confesses his need for God. Put into the body of the poem you see such tenderness, such a yearning and such torness, and I think that one of the messages of tournus in this poem is really important. So many of us are torn and so much of Irish mythology is about being torn and I think in a certain sense. So many of the great stories that people gather is about being torn tarn between isolation and company torn. Between Nature and being present to other people torn between your own individual experience and torn between sharing that with other people I looked at myself and I think you know I've often fell torn between staying in Ireland and being overseas are being inside religion or outside religion. I'm totally torn by the experience of the border and everything that's happened in the last hundred years of Irish partition and I'm torn between having. Friends in far away places and then missing out and other things when I'm not in Ireland. and. So in small ways in my own life, the experience of being torn has been with me my whole life. And I think Sean. Hewitt. Has Done something brilliant by looking at Sydney and In the midst of the curse, he came face to face with great nature that STAGG belling storm. and. He saw the blackbird the dove cooing in the mountain gross with music and its voice. And that those beautiful things came with great loneliness.
"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"I feel like what's the point once the fucking point? Why am I do I on? Guam I even on the cons, not gonNA. You could sit there and go down and Miami Pictures Project. KNOWN BUYS ANYTHING BY NOT LEADING THE. What am I doing here? You need to call me where. I. Do look love this. I'm so glad you did this and having the I technically invited myself because he didn't even reach out. I reach out. Tuesday hate you will soon. Meet Zim. Pickup line. With me, you know what it's not a bad pickup lines like hey, I'm quarantine sewer. You don't we talk face to face? I like this has been amazing. Thank you for doing this. I hope you'll come back again because I think you have fun, goose I always back for you. I love you I love you, too. I do and. I hope to when this is over I, could come and hang out with the FAM- I. Want I come hang out with I really do. Guitars. Honestly I'd love that. Thank you for allowing me to be inside you again. Jennifer Love Hewitt, and besides nine. One one is that you got the family and you got nine one one right? Executive producing stuff for next year ruins, but you're up to. You're up for doing other stuff though right on. They can do with these. I do. Like small parts on other shows I think I don't know. Sorry is for sissies. Back go! Back around those ten years ago. I love you. Thank you again. I'm GonNa I. Want Crystals Text Me, and we'll talk about t shirts, maybe and I love you. Give my love to your family. I mean come on I hope you like that one I. Hope you enjoyed it. Jennifer is just such A. Fantastic woman, she is just Intel. Great mother, create any man. I just that woman I really do. She's fantastic. I WANNA give a shout out to my patrons and the first. We're GONNA. Read a fan letter. Are This is Jennifer Rosie let me start off by saying. Thank you for doing inside you podcasts at least not alone struggling with anxiety. No, you're not. I love the second interview. 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He discovered that I was hard of hearing H. O. H.. He fitted me with hearing aids. I was able to hear plus I read Lips. Once I was fitted with hearing AIDS still struggle with talking to not talk till I was seven years old, so I had to work with a speech therapist for my elementary middle. School kids. Are Middle. School years sorry. That helped me a lot. Because now people that know me say I never shut up I. Tell Them I am making up time for five years of not talking laugh out loud, I did struggle through my school years with teachers, not wanting to cooperate with putting me in front of the class, so I can read their lips because of my maiden name Walton. Yes, it's like the TV show. They wanted to see US alphabetically. A. Through Z Z through a plus the kids in school were not so kind, either they would call me alien because I had trouble with my speech I was not normal, did not fit in. An termination and get the help I need it through school and getting teachers to cooperate had helped me through the years growing up I. Do miss her, but she's in my heart. My anxiety has gotten worse as I. Get older. My relationship with my dad is not great, but I've accepted that because if it wasn't for my mom fighting from me I. I wouldn't be where I am today. I still struggle so I am so hard on myself if I make mistakes, don't always have good self esteem and feel like I. Don't always belong now. I'm working from home due to this pandemic I'm grateful that I still have a job due to my company healthcare being essential, but missed the interaction of my workers. Right now I work from home, July. July thirteenth. My fear is that they will change it to the rest of the year for us working from home I. Hope Not but have to wait and see. I apologized for the long email. To read, but wanted to let you know my listening to your podcasts have listened to them all since March twenty twenty has made me smile, laugh and cry. I hope to meet you someday. In the future you will, if you come back to do a smallville nights in Columbus Ohio, I'm sure we will. Keep up the great work doing your podcast patron instagram life videos I really enjoy them also enjoy watching her dogs when you include them your patron. Jennifer. Beautiful Jennifer. You're amazing. We've talked before via patron or And I think we did zoom. I like how you face so much adversity in so much pain in your life and it It's nice to hear that you're plugging away and you work on yourself and. you know your husband with you because you're awesome. Your husband's with you because he needs you. I think people gravitate towards you because you're a good person, so you never feel like. You know. You know where are the people are looking at you funny? I mean we all feel that I. 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"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"I love all of you, but this is questions for you and you can answer them quickly. You don't have to go on and on about this shit. Too Much I did not say that. Not, say that. Love you little. Lisa, if you could have one superpower, what would it be? Right now people superpower hug people. Okay, that'd be a superpower I could help people and not get it that'd be. That's a that's a cool thing. I, think mine would be, it's not for me. I would have just said he'll people anyway Raj. Rosh. A music producer wants to create an album of duets covers with. You and me, Jay. What are some songs you that we would like to record on the album? Mine would be probably endless love. I was GONNA say stars weren't saw the sweets on. Him Killing himself though in the movie. starring. Jake M, what is your expressive language? And how do you use it to express your love for those around you? And Selfless Ox Kids. On the nights to just know that mattered. You. Need people to give back to necessarily just needs to know that it mattered that I. Can Answer Nico. Peak could old Niko helps with the podcast. Good man, good kids act. Is there something people seem to misunderstand about you? If so, what is it? I think people believe that because I'm positive that that means that I am happy all of the. Misconception I am a positive person who feels things very deeply, but always believes that when something bad is happening, the goodwill come so hostility doesn't necessarily mean. The. Whole time. Yeah! I think about that, too. It's like Oh my God. He's such a happy person. Like. Would you re look? The real person can't go up and go now. I'm having Shitty. Day what leave me alone on my God. I'm just a mess I just. Know it's no, you don't WanNa. See that nobody wants to see that, so you try to keep your shit to yourself or with close friends or someone you love and the rest of it. No one needs to say. I mean unless you're in a reality. Show Jamie H. what was your most defining moments as an adult? That helped shape you. MEME dying. For sure. Changed. Almost everything about me. into a new hyperfocused. Traits like it, just kind of everything just went like very clear and but it's also brought a lot of really beautiful staples like getting married and having kids in. Believing that, you know I could do that. And and still have a career and you know all of those things so did not all right I'll tell you the great in key so much. You're very nice. While you were talking actually was looking at you and go. She's beautiful. I'm not I'm not obviously hitting on you I. Love You I. I just I'm saying I really just I just noticed beauty. I was like. Wow, you're. You're eloquent, but you're also like you just pretty, thank you. Thank you welcome. I'm serious Bob, a you went from child star sexualize leading lady in a short period of time. How did that affect your self image and the way you saw people treating you? Serve. It made me feel the time. Just confused as to why people were kind of looking that way and thinking every that way again like a very sort of dorky silly person, and don't say the myself as like a sexy whatever works. Later in life, it made me feel extraordinarily uncomfortable for my seventeen year old. and so I. Spent some time working on that. But but at the time it was happening. Your remember thinking what is wrong with. This, but but yeah. It was fine all right a few more questions. Joshua H. What is something important? You've learned during your career. That would have benefited you if you'd learned it earlier in your professional life. Wow Autumn Screaming Smith's that my kids are having a full lake. Outside the Joe. Everybody okay. I'm GONNA hide near. The Hudson, do it. I actually don't know I feel like. Yeah, I don't I. Don't know I wanNA. Give Him an answer, but I don't know. I don't know what I would say just to answers questions from me. Maybe, maybe maybe. That you. have to worry so much that you're not going to get like your shop like it'll be there if you can have a clearer. I see like if I had worried less about that I would've enjoyed the stuff that I was getting to do more like now. I don't worry about it as much. Irksome nuts gonNA stop, but you know whatever I my life but at the time when I was younger I just saw hyperfocused worried all the time and. I think so I think I I did that, too, and I. Think just like Dude. Enjoy the moment I would say that's any younger self. Enjoy now, not tomorrow, not the just now this moment whatever it is just right now me and Jennifer Lisa. Is there anything you've always wanted union career-wise career? That you just haven't gotten around to I've always wanted to do a musical TV show or movie. So, they could just spend all this time he'll do like a glee or crazy. Ex girlfriend or That Zoe's lessons on TV, right now like was given anything. That is something. What would you do, emily s? Would you do if? You weren't acting. I feel like I would be like. I would just been crafty. Judit. What would you like people to remember about? You say it's always. The question is cheesy seriously. It's a legit question. Little old woman not to be. mccaw was looking at. Your gravestone goes Oh that Jennifer Love Hewitt. She was just. Full of light full of light. Remember that I was really happy that I just really enjoyed my life. I like that I. Think you do love yourself a little more. I could just see that you're just. You're just like you said. You're being kind to yourself. You're giving yourself like. Hey, you just have to. It's like you could punish yourself. That could sit here all day and go. What did you do that though selfish? Why did you do that when you get up and do that why you can sit there all day and tell, but it's about what you're doing next and how you learned from that, so if you could have those moments as intimate moments, and hopefully make those moments a little more than the other moments, yes, creating good habits and getting rid of the bad ones. It's working progress, dude, I am assembly. I think I've done some days I'm like I'm giving up and some days I. do some days I go I'm done. What am I not like with my life. That'd be. Get help immediately I'm.
"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
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"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"But it's all small business. Really that is the heart of the city. I feel like it's like those are the places. Means something to people in. Have Your you've had memories there were you those are the people that remember like Oh. Your son's string five eight and you're like. How do you remember that you know they're just? Like really investing depot. And, so I just wanted to invest back in the really really. Nice little restaurant called PACI. It's in the hills. Because we, you and I went. You and I were supposed to do this movie that just fell apart Oh my God, let's not get into that called. Sorry is for sissies and it was such a fun script, and we would have rain. We got such a great cast involved, and then like independent movies lose the money, and then you fall apart in new smoke. A pack of cigarettes any feel like shit, but Padre. You know it's definitely suffering in my buddy Chad over there. It's like you know I, think they still have delivery and had the best food ever ever. The Cedar Plank Fish so you got or and you gotTa tell your friends. Hey, try to keep this. He displays. There's places like that all over. I love that. You're doing that and. Have you had breakdowns? Have you had like a breakdown like Oh my God? That was an ugly one, and it was in front of everyone. Everyone Meaning Your Atticus, autumn and your husband. Suggested as saying that. Or like three hours crying. Last I had a dance party like I felt myself sort of short-circuiting. Everything that you feel on happened at once today. Being totally honest, I have been in an anxiety toxins pretty much eight thirty. This one edge castle tonight. I just do a little. Meditation thing for what you do you do. I have crystals that really mean a lots me that her that I just feel like old good energy soil, usually like lay down and laid them on my heart. In my chest stomach. One on my head, just kind of wherever I'm feeling like the anxiety bubbling up. Yeah it does for me, it does. Is it just kind of forces me to settle? Is there on me? I don't want the break in, so it kind of makes me stop and. I don't know I just usually start by. Like. Ten minutes of just everything that's in my life. I'm not I'm really grateful for to remind myself that the thing that's like eating at me is smaller than the good, so that I can only regroup my thoughts, you know. But. Yeah, it's been. It's just a difficult difficult times. I just Miss People. You know you and I are very similar in that. Really enjoy people. Being around people I think we also enjoy being houses doing our ship but I missed the and this the ability to be around. Bought A and I really hurt for my kids like I. Just hate watching them. Not knowing they're ever. GonNa see their kids again and I don't know high. Explain it to them. Now I miss my mother-in-law. She's in Maryland. She's by herself right now, and it's just hard. It's scary. It's a scary time, but then I think about I. Think about like a able to have this conversation. We're not doctors and nurses have westlake hospital eighteen, and also, and also like I always say this, but it's like we're entitled to. We can say if we're having anxiety. Were were human beings, but you know. Know you. You put things into perspective you know I was talking to day Bautisita another namedrop. Sorry, but Dave was like you know you put things into perspective. It's like you know the homeless. Just when you think it could get worse for homeless people it does, and just all these people are starving losing their jobs that employment rates all. It's just and like I'm sitting here going. I'm fucking grateful. I'm lucky all do is share my podcast and get insight from other people and what they're going through, and what they do for a second I was GonNa, stop you when you said you put crystals on your chest, because I sort of wanted to defend it in a way, not that you were being persecuted. You know there's going to be haters out there that all crystals and these actors and it's like here's what I say. Fuck off because whatever works for you the proverbial. You Jennifer Myself I. Don't care what it is I don't care if it's running naked through a jungle, or we're having crystals on your chest and meditating whatever it is. Maybe become out of this more understanding more accepting more loving more like Holy Shit like affection is so important and we're not. We're not able to do that right now so I hope that. At least we get something, because sometimes these feelings of like you know when someone dies that you love. That's like an actor. And two days later you're onto the next thing, people. It's ephemeral, right? It's like it doesn't last. I, hope this lingers not to dwell on it, but I hope people just say Gosh Look. HOW LUCKY RUN UP! We're at a restaurant having dinner together, or we're taking a hike together or we're hugging effing effing in there. Of course you did. Crystals? Of when I said it I was like Oh and era be like rule risk the. Risk. He the reason that it's a crystal is because they're. Just beautiful I. Just think they're beautiful. Collect them. It's their their I don't keep them on. I don't put them on the as. Far Out universe moment like I put them on me because they're bigger graders I. AM I am I? Am Not any saying. That's simple in that beautiful in that light you know. And it just brings me comfort and I think they hold could energy for me personally, but but I recommend for anybody even if you don't WanNA use crystal, teddybears chocolate bars. Whatever you want on your body, it's make you feel better in breathe through. Hang hang on first of all, is it? A is taboo to give crystals that you're using to someone else to use, or should you always give new crystals? Everyone should have their own crystal. That's their thing because I was going to say a I'd love for you to. Either Egged put me in the right direction to get the right crystals, or maybe send me some crystals that I could start with like a crystal starter kit, or maybe just not crystal meth and be Gosh. I just felt like the name loves crystals. You could start your own little crystal world I could start loves. To Send you crystals I would love to do that and I have lots of amazing places that I can tell you to go look for them. I don't thinks that you're supposed to share crystals. GotTa, hold your energy because I'm starting off. Maybe I will pick one that I really loved. Send it to you as I hear some of my energy to start your energy thing and then you can stick. That's the thing about you I don't if no one knows about Jennifer Love Hewitt. She was on the podcast before, but now I get to see her face. Even though with Zoom, you are the best looking zoom guest I've had so far. Thank you so much. You really are but. But to a fault and I know that you could say attest to us. You are one of the most giving people I've ever met like everybody. I know that you know you've taught. We've talked about in general or just you give everything to the point where you're so drained. And then sometimes people have taken advantage of it. People in whatever in the past. I noticed that about you, you just. Always WanNA. Help and do sometimes have like you said with kids like guys. I have to start taking care of myself Oh. Yeah, you definitely can exhausted. I'm a big believer in that was your time on the planet you should give. It all. You've got anyway right because what good is to keep? Love or kindness or.
"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in from the studio audience. Hi, how are you? What a terrible way to starting to hi, how are you? How are you I'm doing fine, it's. It just takes I think I'm starting. You ever get used to this, but. I the first two weeks I was having Zayed attacks May I was having. You know not full-fledged because I've been working on myself so as long as. I just wasn't on my routine so. It felt like. Okay this is going to end. This is going to be. This is a joke. This is GonNa be a week and then we're fine, because who? Nobody could imagine. There's one of my friends James Gunn. Guardians of the Galaxy director he knew I have to. Struck James. Here's what you do, Jennifer, you just drop it when you drop a naming strategy. No, but I remember he was ahead of it. He was way ahead and it's just hard for people to believe that early that okay. This is really the way the world is going to work, and so no one could have predicted this, but I have to give James Credit. He knew early on. I mean since. May Fifteenth I've been except for three grocery visits. I've been locked up in this House since March either maintenance March. That would have really been weird I've been here for a year I knew gun news eight months ago. I. It's easy when you not easy. It's better when you stick to your routine. If you don't exercise, you're if you don't keep a decent diet. You're asked if you don't have activities, you're asked if you don't want shows if you stand your computer and watch CNN or whatever the hell you watch out there. You're aft-. You have to change things, or you will fall apart. Yeah, I just. I've been having a really hard time with the With the working out part of it, because I have to use three and a half four hours of school with my daughter every day, and then when I'm done without Antica do at least a couple of hours with my son, and then it's like lunchtime and the just been a very. Hyper focused on keeping them okay during this time, my husband okay during the time that I had kind of not been. As good to myself, and so this week is like the first week was like you know what family I loved. Is GonNA do everything everybody but I've got to like. Give myself some space to take care of myself. Because I was starting heavily bad ticket, so I just WANNA peleton bike. It's on its way excited about. Getting some sunshine, I am and just trying to like. To sit care myself y'all got one of those I finally got one of those bikes national on which is amazing, and it's like you're you're writing and you're. You're seeing you know Haman four hundredth place. This is great, you know. I know I can't increase the speed I can't by the way I never biked in my life. Here's here's things that I. Haven't done I really never run ran. I've never ran amount a runner because I play sports I. I get bored and also have had a bad back issues. Running the impact is bad, so I never run ever and I've never ridden really bikes except when I was a kid so to get on the spike. The first thing I know notices that my ass crack really hurts me like when you get one of those bikes. Why don't they make the seats? I hear that you get used to it. It's like you're taint us. The word taint. You get used to it. I guess that area of your butthole. Or what is this your taint, doesn't it? What do you call? That got to be a better name than taint. Lipstick colors. When he by Calvin Klein no I think that's what it's called. I don't know I. I I was never runner, either because I have bad knees, together old. And I actually have never learned right advice what? About me. People don't now I. Tried when I was a kid. And I had a really bad experience. With a my Stepdad, he didn't mean to, but he kind of wins so. Bad and a not so bright for not being able to ride a bike, and like completely scarred me so I never got to again. But I just bought myself a Schwinn adult tricycles. An adult tricycle. Has Been It. And I ain't been writing it and I love it and I can't get my training wheels off. That would be a fun thing to just like today that you're training wheels. Come off to be there to document. The I'll call you. You call me I'll come over. I'll just watch not. Little Jennifer's. Wheels. The funniest thing ever because they dislike however on their bites that they are so supportive in route me on, and they love it I'm trying and learning something at my very old age. UNEXCUSED ALL RIGHT, JESS! My assistant goes. Ask her about her pink hair. Now I'm colorblind, and if you wouldn't have said anything, I would just say Oh, I would not have noticed I. don't see pink, but it is a little pink. Guess. Right because that's what you told me and. Say. I like Bright Pink. I dated a girl. She was a dancer and she had this really rich pink hair, but it was noticeably like I. Go! WHOA, that's like that's like cotton candy hair I. Like it I think it's cruel. WHO's cutting? Your hair looks like you just gotTa Trim to who cut your hair at this. Hearing. Thank you for noticed you cut your own hair. Didn't you know I? Cut wait a minute. You got your before well. It looks freshly cut. Much. You, you just seem like you're in a in a in a pretty good way right now. I know you're instagram's are pretty dope I. in fact, WanNa play one. If I may because you're. You're addressing the importance of supporting small businesses at this time, which is vital. You know all those little places that we like all these places that we go to. We're not going to go there anymore if we don't support them, and that's just the way it is now. It's been really fun actually. I didn't realize I guess it just never really thought of them. As small business owners I didn't realize how many friends people i. Close with WHO has. Really built their businesses from the ground up and. It's been really it's been really hard to watch. Them hurts and go through all the days, but going through in time in so I just wanted to do some things, so yeah, we started this little lake, instagram inculpate love for small business and just allow them to come on. It's been really great like some of them have seen a really. A big increase in people like reaching out to them than buying their stocks for supporting them during this time and. I just we see a lot of the bigger businesses on TV..
"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum. How are you guys? Plugging away. Are things getting a little better? I hope so I hope you're You're doing your thing during routine. I was thinking I last week's episode I thought was dynamite. I thought Dr drew was terrific. Hope you enjoyed that. You'll learn a lot I mean. He gives some valuable tips and. I, find it really humble, humbling humble. Funded Nice when a doctor. As establishes the doctors priest album i. mean he's got a history of. Success and but when he opens up about his anxiety, that was that was really cool and. It was just nice. It was nice to hear. I think I got a lot of great comments about how would help people just taking more vitamin D, Oh Man. I'm a big Fan of the movie the Warriors It's a horror movie unnecessary. It's frigging action movie. It's a it's a gang. In New, York I don't know why I was thinking hard because I love horror so much, but It's my my dad and I. It's our favorite movie in fact for father's Day. you know. I got him a bunch of warrior stuff well, I was. I was looking online for twenty years I've been looking for an original warriors vast. You know one of the vests that the warriors war in the movie and original I want my news impossible I've been looking for one for I. Don't know how many years but. and. There was one available. Worn by this, the the actor was David Harris coaches was the character loved that character. Had the BANDANNA. Who's on the couch with Liz Remember I. Don't know if you saw, but you should watch. It is classic. It's cold. It's awesome, but here it is. You can't see it. You're listening. You'll have to go home and watch, but. It's an original dude. It says It says coaches on the top right here near the collar. It's it's phenomenal I'm I'm, ecstatic about it. I just wanted to tell you that so. There was some good news. you know a lot of great guests coming up and I appreciate you. listening trying to build this listenership I noticed. When are a fan of someone's that come and listen to that person, and you try to stick around for the interview enough to subscribe and listen so when you guys. Write reviews, and you email your friends and texture friends and tell them to subscribe it really helps all that helps I know I. Talk about it every episode, but you have to. If you want more people to listen or maybe turns people off I. Don't know Robin I did a stage it last week. hope you enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun. We perform some new songs and covers couple left on laurel songs. From the band! By the way the left on Laurel album more album from November. That came out of still around. You could buy the album on inside of the online store. You could listen to it on spotify. You could buy an I tunes. It's all great and We play songs here at the end of the episode. Each time Ryan place something no news right now. Camp Rosie Summer Camp We're going to do a Halloween thing on October. Thirty first adults summer camp We'll see how this whole cova thing goes July second live podcast. Zach at the North Door in Austin. To shows Hear what happens with that. So hold on your horses. You know wanted to say about I always get shut out the end of the episode. In the all my patrons, but want to say hello to patronize for inside of you who keep the show going period and also my new Patriot exclusive horror club. If you want to call it with John, heater and Napoleon dynamite, we have a hard club where we watch movies. Everybody watches with us and it's a blast, so it's called. Where have all the good horror movies gone? You can find that on Patriot and join us and it's. It's really fun I think John and I have a really fun dynamic and I think you're GonNa dig it. We we message everyone and It's a community. It's a book club books, but it's watching movies instead. Today's guest is one of my favorite of all time She was on the podcast before people said coming back. She hasn't really been on video on the podcast. She was just You could listen to her first one. which is awesome. This one I think is even better. We get into it and she opens up more about her family and her life and She's She's not old, but she's been around. People know who she is and I'm excited to talk with her again. Talk to her again. I can't speak. Maybe I'm just a little nervous, but Why don't we get inside of Jennifer Love Hewitt? It's my pawn. Listening to inside of you with Michael.
"hewitt" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"David Morgan Hewitt absolute weapon in Waco. You're at where it goes down. Yeah just start going down Four retreat by the. But it's Harvard. They made sure you knew that a Harvard Law Grad was there. They made you know that. Oh Yeah Entrepreneur. Who's at the people that were there? That was the mind blowing to me. It's like man you know water electricity. What the fuck these. But I love. This isn't a spoiler but shutout David Koresh and you said this earlier today for taking the burden of having sex with everyone away from everyone else wife. Super Nice of him. Yeah by the way. Harvard law graduates are doing this. I mean the thing. They moved from Hawaii to the middle of Texas. To Find Joy Powell to let some other fuck as wife and not only have sex with impregnator complete the pass codes. Have you seen where they were at Waco No electricity waters actually part of his pitch. Yeah Compound Roy. Great documentary on about it too before the show really docks. I might like that more than who's the actor that you said. You like other kiss negotiator. Oh Michael Shannon Yeah Boardwalk Empire Right I tried. He's in is really good in that too. Good good actor. Just can't help it. The ice man he was the ice man. That's where I live. I liked him. He is a stone cold killer as an actor like psychopath. He does is he does. He's a bad guy. Some movie superman. There is General in Waco. Yeah he's not happy with what you're going to believe since he's not his legs. All Mentor. John was born in he was almost. He was almost living water for a little bit. Always that's who that is. He goes to the wedding starts dancing. Okay that's withdrawn legs. Who's fat? Fbi sewage? That's the guy from detective Bagai from Tech. Yeah he's also in billions like he's in a lot and I thought I thought he was a big name actor character. I thought so the entire time I was watching it. I thought that was like as although I've never seen the past. Oh He's also Luigi in the mortgage is there's a Mario brothers movie. Oh my God. Jeez Dennis Hopson coupon has a one man show Internet really. I try to watch a little bit of it. You know broadcast word worldwide. Hey what do you see? It just came out that go Tampa. I don't know if you're lying or not. I am being serious from Ian Rapoport. Yeah we knew that I mean. Come on phone news. What are they gonNA give us? Don't act like you're not upset.
"hewitt" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hewitt show balance of nature's fruits and veggies I spent years studying how to make this the best I didn't make this because I wanted to make a company I love what I do but the demand became so great that we start now working it out until it took over a room in my office and then we had to move it out of my office and I had thousands of people asking for it was just it was actually only sold on referral basis for many many years other companies are starting to catch on to this and I buy every single other product that comes out so I can look at it and see it and test it and and I fear that people will buy some counterfeit and take it for a couple of months ago it's a bunch of crap doesn't work well this is the real stuff and don't be fooled because we have absolutely the best process and I can say that because we purchase every single one and check them out I took everything that was on the market nothing ever worked nothing ever worked this is the first thing that's really worked there's never been a company that offers this kind of stuff and really follow through I was trying things and I just decided that I was going to try another product I can tell you right now I'll be recommending balance of nature so much stuff doesn't do anything cord works against the medication you have to take and a dumb dumb dumb dumb and nothing happens you guys are doing a better job it's the most effective product that I've ever bought in my life but I've never had any sign around taken from somebody our family from radio that they do exactly what they say they're going today nothing can compare with the benefits of balance of nature.
"hewitt" Discussed on Beautiful You
"I'm Miriam snap and this is beautiful. You well well fresh stops fresh Those kind of times and things in life that sometimes we really look forward to. Because we're anticipating them and and Eric Siding like maybe a holiday or starting something new and way preparing for it we might really be anticipating and excited about the change or the shock or the trauma that might come with them. And I'm thinking of like having baby. You'll says charges sorry excited about this Fabian and completely changes your life and it's just not quite the fresh start. Sometimes she thought you might have been expecting and then cygnus fresh stocks that are completely unexpected. There is no nothing that can prepare you for them. An and nothing that can even give you a hint that the around the corner and and I guess today has a very powerful story. I starting her life. That was exactly we like that. My guess today is Sally Hewitt. Welcome Selley to the beautiful you. PODCAST thank you Marianne. I really appreciate being on here. Thank you for asking me. Well I'm very moves via story and it seems so appropriate in this fresh stat series to not just fi Qassam. I'm happy exciting for STOTTS. Rest stops that just totally blindsided us and and take a lives in a way. which Oh you happened in two thousand nine? We would love to hear what you what your experience. Any story is sally in terms of the fresh stuff. That happened in view. Well blindsided is the absolute correct a phrase to us. My husband had been in Diagnosed with kidney stones and when he didn't get any better he was sent for a a more thorough investigation and it was actually found that he he had a tumor in his kidney stones. At Oh by the time they found this tumor it had a a you know. Obviously they now for quite some time because It was it was huge but we were told that the outcome was good because it was enclosed in the kidney. Oh you know we remove the kidney and And then there may be some treatment but recovery was definitely what was expected that that was on the cards but it didn't work like fat. The his kidney was removed and when it was removed it was found that it had leached into his lymphatic system so he did undergo one round of Qe my but he actually didn't survive the treatment so the actual period of time from the correct diagnosis to my husband's Posse was about three weeks wchs so it was incredibly traumatic and Just shocking when when you you'll hit with a the grief itself is enough but then have the as an amount of chocolate comes with the great but everything just smoothed so fast and we just did not see it coming at all and at the time. My children were at school and Yeah we just we just did not see it coming at all. It is it is quite honestly they might traumatic thing. That has ever happened to me and the thing I remember the most afterwards is just needing to remember to breathe because the shock was so overwhelming and the emptiness so vast cost yeah aspect. That's just such incredible scene thing to try to comprehend even me who I haven't had this experience but in such a short period on your few short wakes weeks What was anticipated to be a recovery ends up being the passing of your husband? How was he selling A? Hey we had actually. We've just celebrated his his fifty first birthday. His birthday is on New Year's eve and we had Gone Down South to celebrate Eh Bright Bat and while we were away on holiday the news came through that it was not kidney stones. It was a Chuma So you know it. Cut The cut the holiday short. We can back it was everything just moved really really quickly as you can imagine the rush back for him to to see a specialist will given the news than the whole thing you know with the removing of the kidney. He was sent home after three days of having his kidney removed. I still find that absent astonishing and actually I have had to deal with also forgiving myself for not I. I know even when I think about the fact that they removed his kidney and then sentiment hospital the three days after three days and there was no follow. Up at It would they just told me to remove the dressing in in in In a few days time I have absolutely no medical background whatsoever and when I when I think about it now I you want to want us. I didn't question it and that is also something that I've had to really learn to come to terms with them to give myself full. Because I remind myself every you know I did what I knew the best. I could at at that moment in time that that is something that I really had to learn in nate in these past years because it was just such a shock and and it just all moved so fast so fast it was. Yeah Yeah Oughta math when something is so fast. There's a there's a lot of there's a lot of there's a lot of emotions and swords that have to be processed Alan. Something moves as quickly as this. Three weeks is definitely no time at all. United Prepay full what you experienced experienced And Gosh United to have to lacob to somebody. I would be the same sally. No medical background at all infect affect my blood much to me thinking that your suddenly responsible to to look after someone and care for somebody with such such a major operation does seem a little bit in unusual. So you kind Heim and you were doing in your best. I guess to to care for him and then he's well enough to go on a holiday nor now we can know what had happened is all he had they More in depth Scan before just just before Christmas and then we continued to work we had. We had a business. My husband and I were together. He was ahead dresser and Imus miskin therapist so we actually had a business that we worked together and even though he was in a lot of pain We you know Christmases. Mrs Was a really busy period of time for us and Because of Christmas also of course everyone shuts down so he had these tests. And then we can you know we had Christmas trading and then we had it used to take an annual holiday in January because it was such a busy period for us and because children were at school we used to then take the beginning of January. Go Oh Dan South and what happened was we. Were actually down south on this holiday when the doctor cold with the results told oldest we needed to come straight back so we actually came straight back from you know we packed up came straight home and that that was when he would you know Russell. My husband was admitted to the kidney removed. And that is when it or just snowballed so it was sort of like the last couple of weeks of January and then that first week in February that it all just unraveled very very very fast. So in this period of time you Nursing him from recovering from his kidney operation. The news comes that this mole. Well actually what happened. Marianne was hey didn't he just didn't get well and he wasn't home for that long. I did do the dressing change now. I did that. I very squeamish squeamish but I did the dressing change and he just got very weak and in the end I phoned a different specialist. One that my husband had seen Earlier in the year who had not actually been. He hadn't been the one that had been charged. My husband's treatment But I I rang him because I guess I had lost faith in the other specialist specialist and Hey when I explained to him what was going on. He said you need to bring your husband's straight into emergency. Tell Tell Helen that he is my patient and yes what happened then was My husband was too weak to walk. Folks Oh my son actually had to support into the CAU- again. I don't know why didn't get an ambulance Didn't think about the time and I am and I took him up to emergency and then they admitted him and The thing I remember is the the the doctor that was on duty in looked at my husband. I think she had done. She had obviously done a blood test. Oh she had done Dan something but she came back and she said Mr Hewitt you are very sick man and.
"hewitt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hewitt. Byron York tweeted out during the break that Representative Anna asked you democrat of California. Professor Christine Blasi Ford. I contacted with her allegation detailed to the post her interactions the congresswoman's interactions with Ford a constituent in her bay area district the two women met for roughly ninety minutes on July. Twentieth. Quote, it was more than obvious to me that she bore the scars of what she'd been subjected to as you said on Wednesday. She doesn't have a political bone in her body, and she obviously was really terrified about what could become of her and her family at the end of the meeting. I told her that I believed her she added in telling her story, you know, there were details to it. And I believed her all right, Pat. It's fine. That is why she needs to come on Monday. That is why Chuck Grassley will be absolutely one hundred percent gracious, welcoming protective of her that is why chairman Grassley is offered or four choices. We will send the bipartisan committee staff to see you in public or in private in California. Or you can come to Capitol Hill on Monday and testify in private or in public attitudes. One of those four because we have a process, and we cannot allow the process to be slowed down by your lawyer, or by interest groups, we have a supreme court to fill. We have a nomination that has been gone through. We have hundreds of hours of testimony tens of thousands of documents. We have everyone on the record. We want to hear you, and we will hear you. But thus far nothing. That's where it stands this morning and axios. AM this morning suggests that the. The. That the idea of juicing turnout is what is driving Democrats. They think this is going to help them juice their turnout. I do not believe for a moment that that is what's going to happen. I actually don't think that is going to be the result. I think they are juicing conservative turnout and fair-minded turn out and people who believe in the rule of law turnout. I believe they are turning out everybody. They don't wanna turn out who is outraged by the transparency of the democratic manipulation here. And so we will say, but that's what access as Democrats. This is great dial. Thanks. So what I think is great got new patriot mobile phone yesterday. And I am in the busy right now. Hold your new phone up to the camera position the pattern in the circle authenticate manually, non just doing all this great stuff. I think I've got to do it this way. Not not surprisingly. I'm not doing it. Right. But patriot mobile I'm getting a second phone, and the reason is I got sources people. They got people that call me that I can only take on a phone that. I am completely confident doesn't leave my studio. I don't have a skiff, but I don't wanna take it near. Places where I know. For example, I have lunch often downtown at a place not far from the White House. And I'm quite sure that everything in the White House is sucked up by hostile powers. I don't wanna take this phone anywhere near there. I keep this phone in my studio. I keep this is my patriot mobile phone by using patriot mobile, I think everyone ought to have two phones for stuff like this..
"hewitt" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"And the response has been overwhelming it really has our viewership listenership the amazing response we've had from people just saying if they're dealing with anxiety depression or just wanna laugh or just you know we try to be really down earth and not celebrity bullshit but we really get deep down and dirty and today's guest is jennifer love hewitt now this is the first podcast she's ever done and not only that but she he is so open and it was probably i said this before but now she's topped all the other episodes in terms of we really went to the core of jennifer love hewitt and we couldn't have gotten realtor yeah she says she's been gone the last couple of years yeah she tragically lost her mother which was the hardest thing in her life and for the first time she opens up about it she said she had a nightmare the night before the podcast she woke up sweating thinking oh my god i hope he doesn't talk about my mother's passing and we both pretty much had a cry on the show and she texted me afterwards and i was worried like can you cut that out can you cut that out all my god i never went this personal end it was the opposite it was thank you for being so real and thank you for opening up and allowing me to open up i asked jennifer love hewitt if she loves herself and asked rob and i also asked myself you'll hear the answers if you listen to this podcast it's remarkable she's been so many movies i know what you did last summer one and two she's been on tons of tons of television can't hardly wait sigourney weaver and heartbreakers which was a big hit jackie chan tuxedo she had a song bare naked and i know life's what i love that fucking song anyway once again thank you qualify listeners please tweet us instagram me i'm always responding to people and we love your questions for guests rob make sure you subscribe fair podcast you just need to click the link in the.
"hewitt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Of the hugh hewitt show and welcome to our listeners across the fruited plane from east to west from twelve sixty in washington dc am twelve sixty in boston where a lot of the revolution began of course w n t p in philadelphia where it was really taken to paper all the way to the west coast are brand new affiliate out there ktar be sixty in san francisco all the way down to los angeles where my guest dr arnn president of hillsdale college now in michigan was then the head of the claremont institute when i first met him a student of harry jaffa for fifteen years i devoted my fourth of july show to the replaying of an interview with dr jaafar on those most important days in seventeen seventy six dr are now the dr jeff has gone to reward agreed to join me and talk a little bit about those interviews let's play a little bit more of dr harry jaffa from years past talking about the miracle in philadelphia cut number two they were radical they grounded the authority of the people in the laws of nature nature's god and the laws of nature are older than any human lewis says say results from the very be the universe so that they were very radical but they were also radical in the sense of they represent that something absolutely new human experience jubilee experience was at the same time the eldest ground for for were morality and says constitutional government in the literature of american history it's very common to emphasize the continuity between british constitutional developments and the american constitution that there was a great deal of continuity is certainly the case but there was also a great novelty for example the constitution says that there should never be any religious test for office this was the first time in human history that there had been a government which was not based in one way or another i religious test the british government's was based upon a whole series of religious you'll have to explain for audience what a religious test is professor well hey profession of faith which is authorized by the government itself now dr arnn did you not sell he moved effortlessly from philadelphia to philadelphia from seventeen seventy six to seventeen eighty seven oh yeah well the thing about you you should know about him i mean i've i've known a lot of very learned people and work with them all the time this man was very special and and the discovery of these themes we don't see it in the interviews because first of all you're doing a very good job with him but in addition so far he's not fighting anybody but he was always fighting people he's brands right he was always taking on somebody and kicking the daylights at them for making a mistake he loves the quote from from home from might have been from parents aristotle is accustomed to seek a site so he was like that he's very aggressive right but when you studied with him we also learned that he only fought because of this loves doesn't his voice sounds generous and high when you hear it and then think of the promise and the blessing of these things that he's discovering right to treat everybody the same right as long as by the way they will believe in and practice the principles of freedom and let others do the same we learned on the christmas card at hillsdale college every year we call it a christmas card but what we put on it.
"hewitt" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Inside of you with michael rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience yeah don't you like to listen to yourself can't believe you justified to me to do the though i don't you can't what i don't like listen to myself you don't do not you but really nice what's the word rob voice oh no that's the word i own voice but there's a he's a cadence maybe cate maybe even know how usual you poor thing you have a broken heart and broken shoulder bring the broken heart tie i don't have a broken heart daum actually i i'm not upset about it at all i'm just upset how it went down thank you jennifer love hewitt for allowing me to be inside of you although i think he tried to get inside of me just now you know what i did why did you do that i told you some confidential information within five minutes you already tell it was checking in and your wellbeing i appreciate it appreciate a weird shoulder thing yeah well i slept on it wrong i'm not kidding so it's up it's high up it's like i'm almost like hey what's up with my shoulder yeah yeah it's really inside of us at a dance club yeah there's not called me out on it yeah rob jennifer love hewitt yep the have you heard of this woman are you tracked it to her robs mary twenty eight years old as a kid how nine and he's apparently not attracted to me because he couldn't answer the question snowy shaw natalie listen and go oh my god you're attracted to her what the right yeah do you curse on your podcast you saw that i said and i didn't so you can say here's a thing i think swearing i swear i swear swear swear j jail what do they call you do swears deliver love jay love whatever you wanna call me you know i do swear but then i listened back if i ever listened to the podcast and i go you know why why do you have to swear so much just don't swear you don't have to be a sweater not to say fuck and shit as much as like playing i can are you swear i feel like when i'm away from my children i swear more because i can't hold her four and going to be three four three have they said a bad word yet are they speaking yes my daughter has set the f word a couple totta to come out how did he come out exactly i think i she dropped something on the ground like she dropped toys on the ground and she went off faulk says she used it in the right way and i felt how about that i did i ran into the other room and actually laughed and then i came back out and was like what did you say babe and then she didn't say it again and so we never talked about what did you learn the i'm not sure are you the bomber or is your husband the f bomber i'm going to say that maybe we both drop it sometimes like it's hot you i think since i met you.
"hewitt" Discussed on WGTK
"Hewitt on the th day of december twenty seven t the news if the tax bill was coming it's coming next week it's going to transform america and the lives of millions of people regulatory reform is underway at the epa where scott pruitt is leading the sphere tip of the spear on regulatory reform and to the fcc where the internet will return to its unregulated glory and efficiency will result as a result with the repeal of net neutrality which is a big fancy term for screwing around with the ability of free company to freely operate inside the wonderful thing of freedom that is the internet so we're winning winning winning this week also coming up today the nomination on on another judge the twelfth judge for the federal appeals court mr ho from the fifth circuit will be voted on by the senate today he will be confirmed making twelve confirmation of the federal appeals court including fanfare please fanfare please fanfare please jeff this willet of the texas supreme court has been confirmed that the fifth circuit court of appeals handing all of america they great relief he will be back on twitter i assume shortly aware however that if he tweets about bacon is subsquent nominations to court will be made more difficult i am very very happy with with the first year of the trump regime on a policy basis now i don't like the town i don't like the noise i really doubt and i think uh the president just put op turned out twitter and simply said i'm done i want to get more done i like winning i liked the taxpayer i like the judges i like the regulatory role back i love get rid of the individual mandate i've got half of obamacare repeal done i got to get rid of this a question i've got the national defense authorization act that got a dozen congressional reform act i like wedding near four twitter may obscure winning now in his own had he may believe that the noisy creates obscures what's going on but that doesn't help if if if if he was quiet and basically just doing the quiet stuff in responding with cruise missiles at syria when they used chemical weapons and destroying isis and occasionally up at isis has been destroyed on twitter and.