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"hinson" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"That's those conspiracies. That like they want everyone as suspect if they can get a judge to court order it. No yeah but they'd have to have enough probable cause they do on tv just like offer him a couple water. Really hoping you like a piece of gum all him to the frame them for a different crime and then get the dna link them to that. This like one. That thinks greg did it. The second one that got that word that meant a lot to the detective she described greg's office to a t. Had never been there and said to look for this picture of his wife that sitting on a certain shelf and described it in detail. And so that the wife actually looks a lot like rhonda and greg up married all this. Yeah the wife. Mary yeah and then so so. When he went to greg's office he found everything. Exactly like the psychic said. What in this be like in the public eye. This whole case was in the public eye. Bitch still married greg. Yeah yeah but this was really publicized. Like this didn't get publicized until the two thousand twenty years later. Yeah yeah 'cause it's in the original information no wait what. What did they find by the waste picture. That was she was just describing the the office yes. She didn't mind who've like the guy that i'm talking about. The second psychic seems like the most legit. I think so i mean what's her number i i. She's she was like sixty in the eighties. Death one thinking. It's greg was going to say what the fuck is. Grab legit greg. What are you up to these days. Near fucking creepy. What do you think. I think it was greg family trying to cover it up. Yeah i think so too. yeah I mean the original detective on the scene. Said i think it's the boyfriend but they didn't he didn't have enough evidence and so they kinda just him. Why is mark such a suspect though other than because of their sweatshirt and he couldn't recall it and they think the reason he can't recall. What were the hand off happened is because earlier that morning he had gone to the emergency room because of an injury on his back and so he's put on three different medications and so they think like it kind of just fucked with his memory. Also gosh there were so many details. But like greg mcdowell failed his first polygraph test old reliable. Yeah but they're not admissible in court so His dad was like so fuck off and then the second one he passed like a year later. Wow so we don't. We don't know what's very unsolved. There's album i report was that there was two guys in the blue. Yeah there have been charles. Oh been could have been family saw because charles also had some really weird contradictory things like the asked. Why didn't you show up to the christmas party. Like why did you change your mind. And buddy said occas charles had a stomach virus but then later interviewed separately. Their daughters said that the dad had other things to do that night. And that's why couldn't go to the party to me lies. Also charles went out on a flight like left on a flight out of town the day after finding out about rhonda's death randomly like why we don't know we don't know there's so many whys not enough answers but you know or hurt goes out to rhonda hinson and her family. Were sorry in peace one day. And she's haunting the shit outta greg right. Yeah rate if that if that exists. I hope she's her idelson chains bitch slap on the balls and his fucking bad. Yes to book that dad by now get to do anything. I feel so bad for her young nineteen. Jeez anyway let us know who you think. Done it in the in the comments. Hopefully you're all boozed up in a drunk detective and you can solve the case for us but other than that. Let us know if you like these if you want to keep doing more. Murder mystery moons. And if there's any moons it is a new moon. Do a new moon ritual coming right up. Yeah check out that flogged to it's happening Yes subscribe like us all that stuff. And if there's in cases you want us to talk about on us comments we love you. We love you bay greg. Doling your friends leave without Projectile protect women protect lamb..
"hinson" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"They called gray greg way and they're like your girlfriend died and he took two hours to get to their house. Even though he only leaves lives fifteen minutes away and gone there. he was freshly showered and shaved. Oh and he wouldn't. He wouldn't make eye contact with anybody. He wouldn't talk to anybody and then later in the night. Rhonda's mother came up to try to hug him and As soon as she said what are we gonna do about rhonda. Greg went to the bathroom and vomited. Everywhere what yeah. He couldn't talk about rhonda without throwing them. Oh my god he'd totally did it you do or his dad did and then later after greg went home like a few a day later Jill and marc went to go see him to see if he was doing okay and his mom answered betty and was like really annoyed that they were there. Just like look like wouldn't you want people to control your son but she was like. Why are you here. And then she just let them in. And greg wouldn't she knew about it to greg. Wouldn't make eye contact with them. He wouldn't talk to them. These are best friends. He wouldn't make eye contact with them. He just sat glazed over with the tv on and then as they were leaving gray comes running out and hands them a box of condoms because he says that he didn't want rhonda's parents to find out they were having sex. And then that's that's it so that's where the not comes in and that's and that's the only part of that. Yeah i was hoping there would be like saba juicy not using protection. Yeah ok some other weird things there when rhonda for work so she had to work before she had the party so it was on like a thursday and so everybody went to work and then they went and changed and then they came back for a party so as she was going to work. that day. it was really really cold out but she didn't have a sweater any overcoat to where her mom was like. What we're your coats. And she said that one of her sweaters was in Mark's car because him in for mark her win christmas shopping for their friend gills present since she left her sweatshirt in his car and then Her letter jacket was with greg because she left at his house so she didn't have a jacket to wear so she picked out this old like multi colored jacket so where to work that day And then later after they discovered her vehicle. They found both the letter jacket. And this grey sweatshirt. So greg and the car way white like how. So why would he just drop off her sweater than that's weird. So yeah there were a few other items in the car. There was a marks arises. Rhonda's car wait so but she left her sweater in her friends boyfriends car. Yes shit up that she left it in greg's left gills boyfriend gills. Errand has her grey sweatshirt because they went christmas shopping for gills present together and rondo left in his car The letter jacket. She left with greg. Greg had the letter jacket. Okay so this is interesting to on the night of her murder Around the same time so. Her murder happened around Like right after she left sherry's house was twelve thirty at night so somewhere in the wee hours of the morning Around that same time mark had just dropped jill off at her house at twelve thirty and she remembers the time because she had missed curfew by thirty minutes and she was word that her parents were going to get upset and she was saying goodbye to mark. She noticed rhonda sweatshirt in the back of car. She asked him about it. But it was like nothing fishy or anything because they were all good friends And he was like. Oh yeah she left it in a car. When we went christmas shopping for your president and joe was like. Do you want me to go back to her. And he's like here l. Just give it to greg. When i see him tomorrow so she was like okay. Whatever i don't want to be late. And i don't my parents to be back. She goes in her house and then she saw sweatshirt in his car that night. And that's the same one. That was that was in rhonda's car. Oh shit that same night. When rhonda's car was found and she was dead. So how did you get that sweatshirt and that we're rhonda's car was shot is indirect route of where mark had to travel to get back to his house so he met up with greg and they both somehow kilter possibilities people that the witness saw. Yes greg sahar was there but then marks connected to it with a sweater. Yeah and In rhonda's car she also had a wooden ball that belonged to mark's parents. She's random she's mingling with mark a little too much and her car was completely cleaned out. There was no clutter before the party because rhonda capture car pretty clean. She also had in her car. A pink stuffed snake that greg had one for her when they were all at that outing that getaway and they like you know had an inside joke about it because it's like a small pink snake and yeah it was a little thing. Yeah show like any pink snake sound like it. Looks like very tiny. This being snake was probably bigger. It was about a foot up. that'd be bigger jesus. there is also a note from greg. A handwritten note that was found. An i can't remember it was. It was unclear whether this was found on her windshield or inside her car. It was just among the items that were found But it was a handwritten note from greg. Saying i will always love you weird. So let's get into some more weird things about charles mcdowell though because he's not off the hook okay just because we're talking about mark and craig i want to go back to him because he led the funeral Rhonda's because he was a pastor in the town and parents just were like he was there on the night that Rhonda died like he was one of the people that were over at the house and touch. Sir they they didn't know about that so they asked them to lead the funeral so he did but the funeral was really weird. It was first of all the shortest funeral that anyone had ever been to like. It was just really really brief and charles barely said anything. Nice about rhonda. He just said like he barely knew her. She went to dinner a few times with the family and she had a nice smile. And then that was it all my god. He's such a liar. Yeah it's so obvious when you're trying to aggregate don't know someone yeah like you if you weren't guilty you would. Would you bring a way you would have just added like you do know her more than that. Not act like you. Don't whatever charles. Yeah which also was in conflict with what he said later. He directly contradicted himself because he tried to say that she was like a daughter to him but During this eulogy he also mentioned that he wasn't sure af- rhonda wasn't hell or not which is super insensitive. He's rejecting he's in our society and then right onto her to wonder greg's the way he is and then later when friends and family were like. Why did you say this. Because a lot of them didn't had never met charles mcdowell before this was the first time they ever met him and they were like man he must not lake rhonda and so they're like. Why did you see this. How common it was really like mean to say and he goes. Oh no. I didn't mean it in a way like i don't know her faith and so a lot of good people end up in hell you know. Good yeah we. Just don't i'm just saying don't down on you don't know if she's at house gusting. Yeah like why are you wouldn't like why would you need to say that..
"hinson" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"Cars in that i mean it's nighttime. They're trying to describe what they see. But i can't remember in cars. I'm really bad with them. But i believe it was like a nineteen seventy seven. Chevelle was what was quoted but in one thousand nine hundred seventy s nova looks just like it. Okay maybe the editor can put those on screen. Yeah see for yourself. Can't recall what they look ahead to google them but look at look at our similarities. If someone asked me to describe a car. I honestly can't tell the difference between a camera on a honda. I just can't like it's the same can carry. What theory is greg raped. Hurt us why. She's felt so dirty showering time. Maybe she leaned on like a pure or something that's married also and fell for that married me like maybe she was trying to escape her relationship because it was like an abusive relationship trying to both of them and then greg tried to kill her. But i don't know about both my going back to what you were saying about. The witness seeing a driver and then like another diverse lunch dover drive that slumped over driver. Assuming was her. Rhonda thought it was a man. No no Yeah there was a man at the past the driver's window Pulling the driver out but she was all slumped over. Oh man they saw the murder. Yeah yeah they saw earliest after after murder They just thought like oh. It's a couple. Yeah 'cause they're the guy's car was behind this car so there were two people on site. Yeah yeah so pretty weird rate however there were a lot of also weird things That were about. His father. Charles mcdowell the pastor. She thanking them all only about a month before she died Rhonda was having lunch with her best friend. Jill and recalled a time that she was over at greg's house and greg. They were playing basketball..
"hinson" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"A will tell scary ghost stories in tales of the glories of didn't even really yeah and even like ghost of christmas anyway. This isn't a ghost story at all. it's such a crime story. And i want to set the tone because this took place in a really small town. What you like that drinks wrong. It's wrong right in the but right. Now let's see hitter in the anyway bisi so the sixth place in a really small town of burke county north carolina and this is the murder of rhonda hinson now when i first looked up this murder case this murder case. Yeah i was just looking up like murders. That happened around christmas time and i would come across a videos in different articles of various murders. That happen around. 'cause a lot of people get murdered around. Christmastime it's kind of crazy I think the emotions are high breakup. Winter winter blue or lonely people are essential. Everyone's happy and so people aren't happier like aw. I'm not happy. Misery loves company but there wasn't a lot of information about this case so originally. I kind of brushed over it. I saw the unsolved mystery. Episode came out originally in nineteen eighty nine or eighty five and i was born on one of those two years was an odd number nine hundred five and they didn't really have a lot of information to go off so this was the original case that everybody talks about any video that you watch it all talks about this. This is how the case goes so rhonda hinson was nineteen years old. She was on her way to accompany Accompany christmas party. And after the company christmas party she was going to stay at a friend's house One of her coworkers who lived nearby and what happened was she went to a friend's house but then she only ended up staying for a few minutes and she decided to actually drive back home to spend the night on her way home. She never made it because she was shot fatefully in the back of her while she was driving a bullet had gone through the trunk of her car and the back seat of her car and punctured through her heart. Her dead on the spot she had maybe ten to fifteen seconds of consciousness but then she must have been dead after the autopsy re Like found the trajectory of the bullet. There like yeah. There's no way she would have been conscious however when she was found her body was actually found outside of the car wash feet from the car and her hands were positioned deliberately by her side. Yeah so a couple of weird. Things happened Leading up to her death as well. Her mom had a premonition wild. This was happening. She woke up in the middle of the night by the way this was december. Twenty second at approximately twelve thirty am Yeah and so. The mom actually woke up in the middle of night and have feeling that something bad happened to her daughter and the feeling was so strong that she made her husband. She tried to go back to sleep a few times but then she was like no. I can't ignore this feeling. And she made her husband turn on the radio and almost immediately reports came on the radio of a car accident that happened in the area so the mom was kind of freaking out. She didn't want it to be true so she sent her Son bobby to go see who it was well. It ended up being her daughter. Rhonda other strange incidences. That happened in the weeks before. Rhonda's death were that She started getting really scared to go places alone and she would ask her dad to like. Please accompany me. Everywhere i go. She didn't want to be anywhere alone. she also would wake up frequently in the middle of the night because she had trouble sleeping and she would Shower she would take lots of showers and so one time her mom was like why are you showering in the middle of the night constantly and she said she just feels dirty which is A common yeah. A common thing that happens with rape victims or sexual assault victims though this has never been confirmed Another weird thing is because of the insomnia. She would begged asleep in her parents room. Often she would fall asleep on the floor near the foot of their bed and then she would beg to like sleep in the same room with her brother. She even offered to pay her brother to let her sleep in his room because she did something happen to her. She doesn't want to be alone yes. She does not want when she was nineteen. Oh yeah and she was never like this before. She was always like pretty bubbly a good student a good athlete. She was actually a star athlete. She was on basketball teams and She was like a star tennis player. was in a ton of different sports but tennis was like her main one. I love tuna. Yeah good she showed her. Yes would have been my friend. Yeah yeah and then also At one point her and her mom were getting ready and german lutheran in the bathroom together and she asked her mom randomly. If it would ever be okay to be with a married man and her okay. No that would hurt. Somebody seems pretty obvious where the story is going. But i feel like you wouldn't pick such an obvious story you know i thought that maybe because it's an unsolved mystery. I was like well. I love plane drunk. Detective figure this shit out. Yes with the more. I dug the more i was like. What so. I'm telling you what the facts were based on the unsolved mystery episode. That came out when it was first publicly released. And then weirdly. It hadn't been updated for like decades like forever. This was the only information that people now. So you know at this point. Where what are you guys thinking. Yeah he got raped by teacher or something or like some like other a married man in her life and that's the reason why she felt so dirty and why she even asked that she probably feels guilty and then the man didn't want her telling anyone so he would hunt her down and killed her so she went and tell me why. I'm imagining it. Someone a little bit more high profile in the town. It could be like a pastor. It could be like governor governor. Somebody somebody a little bit more happen at high profile than a teacher. But if she wasn't a lot of sports it could have been a coach or something. Yeah but yeah. It just sounds like somebody who was married. Who maybe she kinda had a crush on like younger. Women sometimes do fantasize about older men be wool before they really understand what they're getting into and then when the sex part comes in they might freak out so then maybe he raped her and then now she didn't wanna say anything but then maybe he was just like oh. She's not handling it. Well i got to get rid of her. Yeah that's what it sounds like. And then we also something eerie You know the friend's house that she was supposed to spend the night at she had had gone to the friend's house and they were all like getting ready for bed and she made a phone call and then getting off the phone call she said oh. I guess i better go then. And then she decided to go she said i guess i better go then on the phone like a friend. Yeah kind of in a solemn tone.
Taraji P. Henson Says She's Single After 2 Year Engagement
"Lot of everyone and welcome daily today, we may have uncovered one of Hollywood's dating secrets. It turns out there is a not so subtle way stars have been letting us know that they are newly single it's with their straps and she hinson might be the latest led to do it. So during a recent appearance on the breakfast club to rise, did admit she was single. Here's what she had to say about her split from former NFL star Kelvin hated. The. Wow said it yet but it didn't work out. You know what I mean. Side I was like bear left do their thing. But if you're both not on the same page with that, then you feel like you're. Taking it on yourself at Mathematics Fair position for anybody to play in a relationship. she did it on a breakfast. Daddy's you already for everybody to know you were a single. Everybody I mean potential suitors as well Oh. Yes. One hundred percent because four. She made that announcement she started a little early because fans are already speculating. Something might have happened because last month after her fiftieth birthday celebration she posted some sexy bikini pigs and Calvin was not in any of the photo. She looking really hot. There's Chapman her way when you first trap is that kind of your deadwood say like guys I'm single just. I'm single at hot. I, mean I I feel like I I'm trying to think back to my last break up. Yes. For most people that is the move when you look like she does with trump even i. if I was happy in their relationship like I can't even believe that this woman is fifty years old like. That's the whole thing but I mean, yeah, I guess. So I feel like what she said was really true. You can't take on the burden of a relationship and if somebody's not going to put the effort with you the way you're gonNA put in the effort with them and finally you're like, okay Su this is my hot body for instagram else will take this on if you're not going to what hundred percent, I don't necessarily think that your thirst trapping to let people know you're single I think as human beings we need validation whether we get it at work or at home are. Like. Raji Behan is getting right now but I think you're going through a moment in your life and there's a big life change. You need that affirmation from people that it's going to be okay and that be you still got it. Again. Exactly what it is, it is a little like. Thirst trap he may be or even if it's not a bikini, you're right it's something that gives you like a positive look some makes you build your confidence because you've got a now face this new chapter in your life and your that confidence to do that, and it's the same way as back before the grab me call your girlfriend and They'll all say like you're so hot don't worry about it. You're gonNA find someone look at you. You're smoking yes. That's go out because I want all these guys have looked me and so I feel like, I'm smoking hot one hundred percent. Look let me be petty real quick because I tried to let people know that I'm single trap to the guy who I want the attention from that. Hey, I'm saying go and try to let the guy who broke my heart know that hey, I still got it body but everybody used to track back in the day before social media when you knew that your man was going to be at a wedding at a party. You yes. You're normally do you put on the heels. Be made sure your hair was like nicely qua-. People would trumpet in the ninety that was the best is. Did you get Morgan fact me up on this? You do all that work and for whatever reason the X. Show. I've let me let me explain to me. This is the give the audience life lesson that I have learned. No matter what you think his plans might be no matter how heartbroken you are you stick to what you were originally going to do. So you were going to go to the club and you heard he wasn't going you still go because then. He goes after and then you go I bit. They just happened to be so many times stick to your original plans and always look during breakup. No matter what. Then initiative you stick to your original plans and you divert you make sure you get met photo with that one friend who posts every? On the incident. Hold on let me look at that limit looking up. That's. The most fun and miserable time with my entire life. Totally one hundred percent. We all have to go through that phase in our lives I'm. Jamie Lynn Spears is getting real about getting pregnant at sixteen. So Jamie Linton talked to nylon about the Zilly one one reboot and how much her life has changed changed since the show went off the air in two, thousand eight, she says, she found out she was pregnant after the show finished and she was quote mortified to have to tell my parents this and my family this I do not care what TMZ thinks of. Other. CELEBS feel the same way it's it's not the world finding out. It's your family and your friends finding out. It's so interesting because for me if I was in that position, I really wouldn't. Be, so, scared to tell my family because I know they would love me no matter what and I know the support me they would be disappointed but. I would be more afraid to tell the people who worked on my team, my agents, my publicist, all those people who worked really hard to build this brand that was supposed to be so wholesome and was supposed to be one of these things teens looked up to those are the people i. We'd be more afraid to tell. I. would be also more afraid to tell the whole world because that's when the comments of all your insecurities to take over. Securities Will arise whenever you find your pregnant too soon or your self conscious about something or you've made a mistake and sure enough there's going to be a good good chunk of comments on your. Point those out exactly and you're like, yeah, that's how I was feeling. That's what I was worried about and I'm exactly right. I am going to get that hate I against the world that would be more scared of because you said it right most your family and friends. Disappointed they all come around especially when the babies born. They see the baby they say, Oh, you they rally run I mean if I went to my mom and said I was pregnant at sixteen I don't know how happy she would have been with me. She probably would have real I don't know what that would been but right she would eventually. I think have been. Okay. That woman's a little insane I don't know she would have been. So okay with I agree with you guys like your family at the end of the day. Loves you no matter what mistakes you make, and then the then the world judges you even if you say the wrong adjective on TV sometimes so You can't expect them.
Everything You Need To Know About Justin Biebers New Song
"To superstars have announced new music on the way Alicia keys who self tied it on a leash had seen several delays due to co with thankfully, the weights almost over she took a social to announce that the record will finally arrive on Friday, which is the same day just beavers unveiling new music justin have been posting mysterious Hinson's last Friday counting down September eighteenth before finally confirming on Monday and it's called Holy. There's speculation chance to rapper maybe on him after Justin retweeted one chances tweets that read I know he made you a snack like Oskar. Proud which something is a lyric we'll know on Friday.
"On the list of history's great explorers too often, the names of black men and women have gone missing. Yet weather, striking out on their own or accompanying others. Black explorers and left their mark on land and sea. In even in space. In Fifteen, twenty eight. And African named Esteban was brought to Florida as a slave by Spanish conquistadors. When their expedition fail. The survivors explored the American southwest on foot for almost a decade. Esteban travel well over fifteen thousand miles. He saw Moore of the continent than almost any other people before. Listen incompetent. About four centuries later. Another African American explore. Would be one of the first Westerners to reach the far end of planet earth. Matthew Henson spent most of his adolescence at sea learning how to be a sailor. He was also quite interested in exploration, and found himself connected to Admiral Perry. Who is interested in finding North Pole? Hinson travels with him and they've made to the North Pole. Hinson had incredible skills and was recognized for those skills far later than Perry was. In the twentieth century black. Pioneers boldly explored even more daunting frontiers. In the nineteen eighties, the space program was very popular with the American people, and it became clear that there were no African Americans in the astronaut corps, so there was a push to recruit African Americans and in Nineteen, ninety-three guy in blue for became the first. African American to go into space. The second was Ronald McNair. Flew as a mission specialist in nineteen eighty-four. McNair even played his saxophone onboard. Sadly He died tragically two years later when the Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff. In Nineteen ninety-two another African American astronaut made history. It'll be making her first trip in space today and she's ready to fly. Mae Jemison spent more than a week orbiting Earth becoming the first African American woman in space. The Astronaut Corps something that Swiss considered quite a leap. These three African Americans were accomplished scientists and engineers they had passed through quite a rigorous set of assessments to become the first of their race to go into a place where your skills your intelligence, your courage and your commitment were all that mattered not erase. Contrary to what most of US learned in school? Not all great explorers were white men. These bowl pioneers were only a few of the African. Americans who overcame unimaginable odds and push forward. The boundaries of what is possible for black people.
"hinson" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast
"It's great to have you on the show. We're excited to learn about what it's like to be in the real world. Oh are servicing. Docs and patients. How are you today doing great nate? How are you? I'm doing well thanks. Let's start at the beginning of this career why why did you get into medical? Well I had a very good Professor in college and he got me interested in the medical field in general I knew I didn't want to be a doctor but I figured somewhere in the intersection of healthcare and business is where I belong and I initially was thinking of hospital administration and then I found out about the medical device industry and I thought well that sounds excellent. Always good to find a place where you fit in so you decide. That sounds great. How did you get into the industry I was in army was an enlisted man Didn't have a college degree and I realized that I needed to do something a little bit. Different my life so I put an officer training packet with that. School Got a degree in Biomedical Sciences. And actually came to the medical device industry because Medtronic the company that I worked for had a program where they recruited prior military and my boss in the military. Michael Attune leader. I had been recruited through this program and I kept in touch with him and had made a good impression Working with them the army and so he reached out one day and said That they were having interviews for this program and they've had a last minute installation and wanted to know if I'd be willing to interview and I was extremely interested. Obviously so medtronic's is where you started. That's right and how how do you? How was that initial experience for.
Charles Barclay: Pivoting to online coaching
"So what got you interested initially to the Personal Training and the coaching side of things. Was there like someone that you saw was their friend or someone who you looked up to that got you into it or you just sort of really sure I mean. One of the things that happened was my friend was like the one of my best friends actually is the guy who took me to the gym for the first time ever and that kind of sparked the interest where. I was just like doing endless research and say research at first. It's like well. I think what everyone just like reading what he building dot com and then actual like better face information but Slowly I found myself being the one kind of guiding training and then same what I went to university I was kind of being people in jail and giving them ideas and Hinson tips and it calms a spurs in a way. It just came. Naturally I just kind of enjoyed. I enjoy being in a gym. I enjoyed seeing the people progressive gin and it just seemed like a good fit and then in terms of like mentos look of your correa. Who who were the ones that I guess impacted you the greatest on the way coach now and I guess a pave the way and maybe look up to them. Yeah so now that I have got to any big or meet the guy but child polokwane. I've read his books spent that time. Post bodybuilding dot com days on. His website was cold at a time. But I think it's just pull policeman. Yes his normal website and then I think obviously lighter and his career change to the strength since I so yeah like delve deep into what he had to say what was going on with him and then sort of more more recently at Fed Australian Eugene. Teo love his out of way of thinking. I met you on the his mentoring weekend that when he was in Dubai but yeah I'd say those two kind of my biggest too and then the kind of collective of precision nutrition out of Canada like I've been through that kind of education program and what that principles that Web doing things. It's definitely had a big impact on me as well yet. I mean just just watching you from afar like a social media and you can say that you've obviously put yourself through education programs and courses and that was gonna be my next question what what ones obviously have had the beginning. I think you've sort of answered that as precision nutrition. What's what sort of framework do you follow from that of you sort of adopted onto yourself now or do you follow the very much? The structured nutritional protocols and stuff from their causes. Well so what's so great about that? That costs in that way of providing nutrition coaching is. They have lots of avenues to go down. A Stephanie will use in my day today as well like I have clients who do what they call the habit. Basically lifestyle based approach where you know tracking anything but you know trying to get your doing enough activity per week. Protein with every meal not vegetables. It's kind of like big rocks without overwhelming. Anyone I have clients do not have clients like straight up meal plans as much people write them to some clients. It provides that structure that framework. Actually give some of success because it takes thinking out of it right the awards and ties the exact sometimes the last thing you want to give them like the British flexible meal plan. Because they're already got enough going on with work and probably how lies that? Want to be thinking about. Oh how many grams of passed on that Chris. Today so but then I also have people doing flexible dieting thing and enjoying a little bit more all the freedom that that provides so that's kind of what precision nutrition really instills even from the ground up. That number one is just to have lots of tools in a toolbox and don't have have NC Everythi. Everything is a nail. Yeah let's some good advice and what I guess. If you could turn back the clock and give yourself advice in terms of you. Starting a Korea. Would there be anything that you'd should've pass on to yourself. This is a hard question because you obviously learn from a lot of your mistakes and everyone makes them. But it's Iowa the question because it gives insight to to you as a coach but also for other coaches listening. It's you know maybe you'll making those mistakes that might have made and ends up being a good good good framework Voss. Exactly that from I was very much for a while locked into the I. Suppose the extreme side effects pedal dieting Where it was like how much quote unquote junk food macro per day. That was always the challenge is like how crazy can I get with like With be numbers from eating out of his although can what professionals is obviously not particularly optimal. And you don't feel fantastic and I was. Yeah I was for awhile very locked into like it's just you know trying to the right people who are trying to push the cut a whole foods nutrition. Stop things which is equally important to accept. Now that'd be my back. I'll tell myself like you need to look beyond the beyond the macro and beyond that many bams much about the most important factor in a way you need to look at the other side is on top of that as well. Yeah yeah absolutely and we with with that you nutritional approach. I mean just from from afar. An unknown guys have competed. Enough is a competitions but also females as well. I think that if it fits your macro approach especially with the way a lot of people dot can can create a bit of a negative association to food and especially on the mental side of things. How have you found with your dieting preparation the I guess the emotional side of food lancelot intensive if going through that process yourself? Yeah keeps so. You're right actually. Like trying to be super flexible when things are getting tight That depleted is a big mistake for your kind of every year. You know your everyday people just trying to lose a couple of what we maintain what Disney gives currently having an ultra fifty into your nutrition. Time is fine when you got basically you just talk about taste of like Something really palatable. It's just like it's just a trigger and your your So yeah for sure when things get Bapti. I'd get a lot more strict and I actually think mealtime can be perfect because you see the day in day out But in terms emotional relationship food definitely felt that before when I first competed back in twenty sixty seventy remember My kind of rebound off to that. It wasn't horrendous. But it wasn't great in the Ravenous and had no control and I hadn't set myself goals so the curve culmination of factors that made that emotional attachment food. Just like hyper strong and it was I. Was you know buying a pack voyeurs too easy on the way home to read another pack like it was just insane? I think that's something. I done a better job in coming up. My last year in two thousand nine hundred is just having immediately set. Some new goals immediately set some some structure up to kind of alleviate that a little
Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly
"Talk about some. I'm pretty heavy issues. Israel Iran Patriot of Jews. So our next guest is a pretty big leap for us. Ashley Blaker is Jewish standup comedian. He is the first Orthodox Fox Jewish comedian to be given his own BBC. Show Ashley Blaker. GOYA's guide to Judaism which returned to the air in October. Two Thousand Nineteen. Now he's in New York for his latest off off Broadway. Show Ashley Blaker Goi friendly which premieres at the Soho playhouse. On February third and runs through February twenty third. While his previous off-broadway production strictly unorthodox was tailored for Jewish audiences. This one he says is not just for the Jews. It tells the story of how Ashley's close friendship with Muslim. Comedian Imron on. UCS completely changed his life with antisemitic incidents on the rise around the globe and even here in New York actually hopes to make the audience laugh but also understand stand a little bit more about their Jewish neighbors Ashley. Welcome to our studio. Thank you for having me so I have to ask you right out of the gate. anti-semitism is not funny. So how how do you address that topic with humor. Well the reality is I think he's anything can be funny. So I'll let you come to Louis showing judge whether I make. It isn't about antisemitism. I should say that there is actually a section is a band. Semitism thought. I think the more interesting is the fact that that when antisemitism is on the rise there are two ways of dealing with. This is a way of kind of hunkering down. Just going. We're we're now gonNA stick to ourselves and and try and protect ourselves and put up the security barriers and let's have lots of armed guards on the on the door in social ones bags and all of that stuff all you can kind of outreach. As it were and try and engage with the outside world and that's what my shows about about the latter it's about reaching out to the outside world and in a way this makes wants a comedy show. You know hopefully nonstop funny. Sound sound incredibly dry but Hopefully demystify Judaism a little bit. That's certainly one of the aims. Okay well I would say you could do both right. Do the security see the undercover getting having no security either. All kind of you know very good at that accused but I actually my playbill. I wrote a Performance note and for Bates Him. But I said something about how you know very good dividing ourselves as a as an in one of the things into I enjoy doing you mentioned my show strictly and also those I I love bringing choose together because we figured it kind of separating ourselves in so many different ways you know on the whole joke about the Jewish man who lands on a desert island and he builds two synagogues one ones that he'll go to one that he wouldn't ever be seen dead and that's like what we're like but I do think that there is it is an important time to actually reach out a little bit and we can. I think sometimes certainly not in any way suggesting that we. We are in any way a foot four and symptom of course but I sometimes think that actually being too insular. Isn't that helpful. Listen so now you are from the UK so well the Labor Party. I have to ask you about the Labor Party. I'm afraid But it's often regarded as the political liberal party of choice by many Jews in Great Britain. And I'm curious how you dealt with the last election and whether or not you felt politically homeless as I kept had reading about the Jewish community. There didn't myself but I'm sure other people did and I think that yes certainly in the post for many Jews the Labor faulty will have. I've been there home by just as much as the Conservative Party would be for many Liberal Democrat. We have quite a different political system. Should know to to to the Americans as many but yes I mean. It was incredible. What happened over the last few years and how symtas I'm just rose and seem to not be dealt with toll within the Labor Party in? Yeah it was a terrible thing we still really really been dealt with properly gone away. Yeah I know there were. There were several vile things said many vile things said ed by Labour politicians but then also Jeremy Corbyn himself was talking about the lack of irony that many British Jews seem to have. I don't know if you recall that particular. Yes it was Avia. Yeah it was a video I think from a while ago. Actually but he had yes he had said something. And there's a lot of these kind of allusions I think is because they. They caught clever then. They don't outright. This isn't the foul right then marking the street saying killed the Jews. It's a very allusive. Quite clever thing of of Hinson these particular weight alluding that Jews and Israel inflating the to and to you know the whole talking about antisemitism and anti Zionism also that that things that really came along with the Labor Party and I saw something videos of people saying no no we. We're not intimately to we like the right to choose. I think there's that thing of the good news and the bad news and I think that's a really good. Jews has ones March against Israel and kind of write letters to the Guardian saying that we support Sanctioned bedia smell that kind of thing uh-huh and then the ninety five percent of the badges. I mean that's clearly terrible things so it's been a really dark period and I didn't know it'll be interesting to see in the the next four five years. How things change? Have you tried to address it with humor. There over showed. I just did a toll in opened in in May with my friend Imran you mentioned draymond so imminent. He did a tour together called profit sharing actually breaking news in profit sharing seek clever title. And it's not address head on there are other people addressing this head on and the the truth is the way to look on twitter five minutes especially around the time the election to see that kind of Echo Chamber people. Don't WanNa hear they. You know you you tweet. Something about Labor Jeremy Corbyn and immediately comes back. This prepared list of twenty times. Jeremy Corbyn has both a motion ocean in parliament. That's been helpful to community Blah Blah Blah say. No one listens to each other anymore. People just spout the same thing. So I'm not sure engaging in that kind of way addressing head on is that helpful she because people just don't want to listen right. I'm sure it's the same here with trump and I'm sure there are people who are vehemently say one one thing you don't want to listen to the side. Yes that is. That is a problem that area. So I think that's something we've seen a lot particular around brexit and all these issues as we've had in the UK and the F. But so my show anyway. Mike show look comedy show. That's the the the main PARV. So I'll tell you briefly I mean essence shows. It's about yeah. Tell us about the show but then I also want to hear more about Enron and your friendship so the show about my friend she was Enron said. So that's the kind of I think in film in terms they call that the macguffin. He's kind of you know that you heard that term. I'm not familiar with that. So it's like using the original star wars. I think C. Three Po an onto d two of the macguffin that they're the ones like sent off into onto the desert and enter tattooing. They've got the messages item. Thank you the whole plot revolves from. Then there's no actually about them but it starts from them so in a way money's the macguffin hit because is a true story we're good friends we went untold together. And he's very interested custody my life he didn't know much about Judaism me belly of June. We spent many hours together in the call. He was always drawing because he he's Muslim. Couldn't in claiming been drinking and he's always asked me questions and I kind of wanted to teach him about Judaism. But where do you start. We've got six hundred thirteen commandments. It's too long to the call I didn't want to spend money on guests so I thought well I teach him about the Ten Commandments. And we started looking at the Ten Commandments. And I unrealized. They're not that practical you know he doesn't have an ox next all so there's no need to worry about not coveting it and I so I could. Maybe set myself challenge of coming up with my own ten commandments. That I could be a bit more practical. But they could actually explain what it's like to be an Orthodox Jew in two thousand twenty and in a way. It was my friendship with him. That made me reconsider my Judaism. Because she had I've been living as an Orthodox Jew for the best part of twenty years but it's only when an outside comes along install challenging us at you start having to think about it you start thinking about your love. So that's what the shows about and it's about me going through these ten commandments. My New Ten Commandments. antiquing this to him okay. So do you mind sharing a few of the talk commanded if you're the one of them is thou shalt develop obsessive compulsive disorder okay. She's an integral Paulsville so shoot as But we cover branch of Judy. Check that box right exactly. So we cover a lot of these areas we cover kosher food and living in a Jewish area. We talk about the curse of praying public and this covers a lot of ground really comes a lot of ground in the show and then And then the story I keep finished. The story has a continuation because of how Im- reacted and then what we went off did something together which I don't want to spoil because that's the narrative But it's a pretty funny chairman. I it really is. I'm super proud of it. So you say I did. This show could street Lennox. It was aimed at a Jewish audience. All Jews knock. He's also dogs. Reform Perform Conservative unaffiliated. But Still Jews and I think it's a really. I really wanted to do something. Everyone could cutting joy That would be in a language WIGGs. Everyone can understand but the is serious does not scrimp on the jokes atone. It's the funniest show of ever done this by miles miles because I've already but still called the serious stuff when we do discuss antisemitism and there are some real takeaways well foam it excellent zone. The show's name. Is Ashley. Blaker friendly it's at the Soho playhouse here in New York City from February third to twenty-third. Thank you for joining us. Thank
CAVALIERS ACQUIRE TWO-TIME NBA ALL-STAR ANDRE DRUMMOND
"I think one of the themes of it's an obvious one. But between what they got a Cappella and the whole bunch of nothing. That Detroit got Andre Drummond. I think we've reached a point where the League league is valuing centers that's solely that I don I'm just did I make sense so lonely. I don't know without the they don't know. One is placing a lot of value on centers. And if the rockets looked Capella will look. We don't think our current team is at its best with Capelle on the floor. Mike is not gonNA play him. Let's turn them into someone who's GonNa play for for us that makes conceptual sense to me. There just wasn't I mean Boston. Look how easily these teams got. Andre Drummond Cleveland got under Donald for literally. Bring Jon Hinson Brandon Knight in the a second round pick nuts and nothing. Well I mean I mean in the second round pick is I think it's the warriors second in two thousand twenty two or twenty three and that's going to be probably a pretty decent so Yeah Yeah I think that's true But yeah drums a fascinating case because like what was the last time I'm a guy and all this year all star but on an expiring contract got US second round in Cap Filler. Detroit's GonNa get hammered for this. Yeah hammered but you know what didn't want on their team. Well that's the thing like. They got nervous that we started to see this market shrinking right. The market of Memphis didn't can have cap cap. Space went out the window. Atlanta doesn't need a center New York's got new owners management. There I mean we don't know if Andre Drummond drumming is Leeann Rose Guy You know that. I don't think that's going to be your first big signing go in there and like give him four years one hundred fifty million dollars in New York. The Knicks fans just just vomited. As you're saying that they just vomited So if you're Detroit you know what happens if he if he ops in then and you've got a you got him for the year. Maybe trying to flip him in another deal. So you kind of cut your Bait you get a second round pick You've got thirty five thirty six million million dollars in In Room to go out and get a starting point. Guard is Fred Vanfleet Dwayne Casey favor. And then you kind of patch up your rescue roster stor or you just wait and just kind of I mean I think the reality is that like Detroit is like like full rebuild. This and the canard rumors that they were willing to trade canard for a good draft. Pick not a crappy traffic. That's why they didn't get the deal done. They're probably haggling with Phoenix over as well as reported over how heavily protected or lightly that pick is going to be but but it does signal like. If you don't think Luke Kennard is a cinch to be part of your next Detroit Pistons CNN. He's what twenty two twenty three. Yeah his third year in the League and you think whoever you get you pick with this two thousand twenty draft pick like your old ways away
Luka Doncic Agrees to a Shoe Deal With Jordan Brand
"In sneaker news. I remember the last time he was here. We spoke about sneaker news. Where we're Luke assign back? Well guess what Luka has made a decision and he has gone with her to Jordan brand people third third Jordan brand Jordan brace our joining and the thing about it I loved was the outfit that he dropped. Take a look at this outfit the day. Eight after signing those Georgia ones were absolutely Chris Have Cream colored little Hinson to blow. It was not nice way to come out though I mean he said you know this is coming out party. Say I'm here. Yeah exactly now. We wanted him to sign up. The places hopefully hopefully could have been Lebron's I you know I cited or Adidas Puma as we even do some of those out there but with him signing and we Jason Tatum with the Jordan Braid with Zion Williamson with the Jordan brand my question to you who gets a signature shoe. I is a great question. And I'M GONNA go with Luca and the reason why I say Lucas Lucas absolutely plan lights out. The right lightweight triple double machine. He's in a great team in Dallas. He's the front runner for maybe even. MVP keep up these debts. And I'm sure that's part of his conditional contract for Jordan that he he played excellent. And you know Georgia's not the type of person that's going to give anybody anything before they deserve it absolutely. I think it's going to hurt Zion with him being out for the year or they say that you know he should be you back shortly him being out for the year. I think that's going to hurt him. Jason Tatum played lights out basketball but is not on a local level and to be honest with you out of all three Luca and pretty much the most marketable NBA player right now. Even though there's been a lot of changes in the NBA. Luca is a player that all of America is comfortable celebrated celebrated and if you understand what I'm celebrate anywhere in America in Iowa they comfortable having a Luca poster as well as a in New York City. They're comfortable having a local post. I can agree with that. I can agree with that but he also he has a certain trauma bite himself. He's a fan favorite and I just don't see The two guys beat him up. Well I won't be coming to Luca ones who
"hinson" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That's how you know where to go. My guy capless on clouds on. And it won't like this, what he's gave it missing a lot of Hinson this less movie. Tile, like, bro. You're not seeing what she's doing that you do. Clean is he wearing about forty? And always I swear he goes up, but web, does that. Hopefully Buslim worry about me, four key, though, for Cam. Not get back home today as what. Yeah, fogging. So they'll watch if you want. Forty four me. Let me see what else is going on here. Are you hot? Yeah a little bit little bit. Not like usual, where I'm going for the please. Can we put the sunlight on yoga? But if you asked, then you must be hiding no. I'm good wearing a sweater actually this is. Man. This is very thin material. That's why you can wear it like this. New comes out says you're being. The. Shit. Very cool. Okay. About what my wife makes. Very cool in the summertime. As Europeans would win. Oh. To get off. Oh. Good to have your hit chat was going on your good to have you here as you can see grades. I read coming in. Alright again great unit. The sky was watching the so right now right? When it starts. Yeah. Yeah. It gets dark around here at eight thirty. So is it eight thirty nine nine? Yeah. Yeah. Pick the picture you Martin up in here. You're listening to Driss all yellow it looks. Nice. Somebody put a limit with. Gene. Yeah. Thank you. For your patience, gainst up. Nothing was going on today. I spent a good part of the morning just looking for things to, to bring up on the show to get a an agenda together. I wanted to go see an. I know I'm sorry. Jake Jake Jake on talk about Jake was eagles, but nobody to ask that thing because I thought about it. I was like, well shit. We like nobody's talking about this movie. No one's talking about it. Now, there's some movies that they want even make the top five, but they're so bad, right? They need to, they have some buzz, and this one was that when it got forgotten even critics like, wait, is that come out this week? And people like not shit. Was it baby lucky? People knew that, that was coming out. People like doesn't move on Anna. The fun of that. That'll Netflix should be nah, man. Nobody talked about this movie at all. Is Luke Basan movie as a story why a lot of people have not heard about this film, but we'll get into that win to me. I was just like this looks like the last three movies he made us different than that, that when he did with Scarlett Johansson, oh, she was she had psychot- sites cyber power is is, she connected the internet and shit. All right. Lucy. Yeah. It's always something. A single female name, Anna and Lucy's powers or she's a elite assassin knows like Nikita. Yeah. Yeah. You got this, right. Once stop already now. That's why you got in trouble because. Because everyone is movies the saying even here even when he's producing them. What was the one the one about the teenage killer? Teenage killer. Yeah, it was something where he, he produced it. It was a teenage assassin, even had a one name title. Thank dang. Oh, no. That one. What he ain't trying to. We'll talk about it. We get to the movie. I ain't trying to say about. Oh, Luke, but he making these moves just to meet models..
One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened
"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is
"hinson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And the Hinson creek is running underneath all of that volunteers. Came to Lake City from across the state to fill some fifteen thousand sandbags for NPR news. I'm Steven seg- in grand junction. Colorado. This is NPR from K, Q, E, D news. I'm Tiffany, Cam, high San Francisco. Police obtained a warrant to monitor the phone records of a freelance journalist more than a month before they raided his home. That's according to a warrant of pain by journalists, Brian Carmody, who has investigated for obtaining a police report about the death of public defender. Jeff Adachi his lawyer Thomas Burke, who's represented in the past says his client was unaware of the monitoring until this week. That's an outrageous overreach. And it clearly violates first amendment rights shila writes, the penal code and not to mention federal law. That's PD says it won't comment on an ongoing investigation. The Cronos festival is in full swing SF jazz. But without one of its. Headliners a world renowned west African folk singer Katie arts. Nostra Voinov scale reports HOA cafe. Mattia bought is a traditional folk singer from Mali, and has traveled the world touring with her band true to Cali including previous stops in the United States. But when she applied for a visa to perform at the colonel's festival, the US embassy in Mali, fogged her for extreme vetting. It's a process known to indefinitely delays someone's visa and she can't make the festival de he was supposed to perform original composition. That was commissioned by Kronos, quartet for it's fifty for the future project. Its mission is to create a new canon of classical music. However, the show will go on and San Francisco girls chorus will perform devotees composition in the press release Kronos, said it is deeply upsetting such an amazing vocalist would be prevented.
"hinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Triple eight to Hinson that's one triple eight to eight eighty S O N looking back to money matters. Scott Hanson mcclain's and be forward took this break. We're talking about the cannabis industry. And and this is supply and demand. What you're going after I support you see it in the wine industry. You see it in PT's? You see it and almonds. You see you see it in cattle. You see it in almost any commodity see in gold. Right. You see it across the board. Which is if the price goes up, it draws new capital stocks. Whereas, of course, price goes up. Hey, look at this easy money. It draws more capital is more capital comes in. What happens to the price price goes down? The price goes down. There is a lack of supply. And then there is oversupply, right? Yes. Unless you get some sort of government program in there that actually controls it lack of supply looks like a phenomenal investment opportunity, people vespers dump in capital flows there until they've suddenly an oversupply. What happens then prices drop prices plummet and live till get washed out. And and then and then the cycle starts again in a lot of times. It industries will find equilibrium at some point in time. But there's always there's always spikes around the equilibrium. So so marijuana nine your taxes? Production is expected in two thousand nineteen for calendar. Produce how many pounds nine million pounds? But the expected consumption in the state of California's two point two million pounds. So it looks to me like California used to have a big campaign to get people to consume more marijuana. So what has happened? It's been happening. Being is that this marijuana has been exported illegally in the two states that it's not league as Mike. No way, you'd think pot by the way, I was in. I was in Rosa Rita Tijuana. Mexico in January of this year went down with a group of financial executives to do a two day. Home built we were down there for two days doing a home built. And that one evening we went to the there's a bar right there called plan B's owned by an American guy guy grew up in Sacramento region actually runs the bar down there. And so we a conversation. I who lives here who has these beachfront homes are all Americans. But then we're talking about drugs. He says no the pot. This is some Tijuana the marijuana come from California. California's where they have the good stuff other sporting it into Mexico. That's what he told me. We'd better feel that wall. So this is why they think this is going to. By the way. I was not that we're looking for the marijuana. Okay. But why do you think this is going to change is because the regulations in the state of California are now putting into place what they call tracking trays which is if you're growing marijuana legally, you need to be able to track it from seed to retailer in order to sell it. So it's going to make the. Exporting it to other states more difficult if you're following the law, right where up until now it hasn't been so all those people that got excited about investing marijuana soon. There's not a chance in the world. I'd recommend not. Not forget, the moral or whatever it just from a pure economic standpoint. It's too over hyped. Money's there's going to be a lot of capital lost their their people are gonna lose a lifetime. You still can't Bank. It. Yeah. Anyway, let's take some calls here. Let's go to California and talk with Craig Craig Hanson mcclain's soon to be always financials money matters. Pat, thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I got a question about retirement planning. It's actually a three part question or a little background perfect. My wife, my wife, and I are retired. We currently have three point seven million retirement account about ninety percent of that. We also receiving two five year pension payouts that will be about four million. When all of a sudden done most of that is qualified whirling IRA's. So my question is is it appropriate today for half an allocation standpoint, you consider that that yet to be received payout is really a fixed income instruments which case about fifty fifty assuming it's in fact, guaranteed and you're going to see in that you could roll it. Over sounds what nonqualified deferred comp plan then. No, no, it's paid out over five years in its four million dollars and its qualified pension, and you. Can roll with most of it. A portion of it can non-qualified you understand how that works. Okay. But it's a guaranteed amount that you're getting paid. It's not like an easy, it's been distributor something guarantee that it's it's got a Colo too. So. The next part of this is too. Yeah. There's no question. You could say I've got this guaranteed income coming in for a million bucks. It's guaranteed. It's fixed. I know exactly. What it all amount? I know the timing that is by definition fixed income, and so your other roughly four million dollars being almost all that. Could ease media got a fifty fifty split actually about forty five fifty five. Okay, soon, you're assuming you don't go crazy if the three point seven million falls of diet at two point eight million. No one's going to like it. But over the long term, it's the appropriate allocate. Yeah. Okay. Is that the first question that was the first question? The next one I have so much in this tax deferred arena. Want to consider a Roth conversion strategy. I've done some modeling. And it seems that when I'm ninety God willing, I will have more wealth and more in Roth accounts if I do this to the twenty four percent tax brackets. What are your thoughts on that? Like, it's going to continue to live in the state of California. And if you plan on moving to a lower tax rate state that you may want to defer any of the conversion. Yeah. Not planning on moving at this time. But but until then the last question is if this Roth conversion strategy is sound how does that affective social security claiming strategy still sixty to wait. I mean, what's your income is going to be from the pension while the pensions off what's your tax Blinn come going to be for two thousand nineteen about one hundred thousand dollars. So yeah, it's not going to and you plan on never working again. The plan. How did you say you were? I'm fifty seven my wife, my wife, fifty six. Oh, okay. So I'm gonna ask you did not really worry about when the claim social security at this point in time. Only because but if you were marching on social security, and you had eight million bucks in my tiny plan to take it as soon as you can get it. Yes, I take it rightly be only because my expectation is that at some point in time they're going to have to start either means testing social security benefits based on income in and which they already have by the way, they've just done it in the back door method of taxing social security benefits at certain incomes and not at others, which is a form of means testing. But the reason it's five years off in six years off a lot can happen in the next five years. Okay. You might find your your earning some income somewhere. And you might I don't know anything about you. But I figured here's some sort of a business leader to accumulate eight million bucks in retirement plans, you're probably raise your recently retired. Well, you're recently retired young you're young you might find yourself, and I'm not saying you're going to go back in the same kind of grinding career, you probably became, but you might find yourself in some sort of area that is spinning off some sort of self employment or wage income. So it's going to be the minus that you should start the conversion to Roth IRA's. Yeah. Because you you you bottle this thing out and what these plans are worth at seventy and a half. And you required. Minimum distributions at that point. Yep. Yeah. It's a problem. Yeah. All right. Okay. Well, I appreciate the call. Thanks for calling. It sounds like you got. Yeah. Yeah. It's not very often you see someone with these large retirement plan balances. Yeah. Particularly at must have been a doctor or something like that. At this age fifty six doctors don't save that. Well, sorry, some of them do. That's an unusual number to have in there. I do question. Whether you could roll that four million dollars into an IRA, but I'm gonna take his word for it. Paid out over five year period. And it was non-qualified. It was a qualified smoking have been small employer navy some sort of profiteering of some sort some. Jio plan that was. Age waited whatever they call us. Yeah. All right. One. Triple eight to Hanson is our number to be part of our program. That's one triple eight to H A N S O N. We are in New Jersey with Rick Ricky with hansonmcclain. How you doing? Hi, rick. Dug a two questions one is about Roth conversions and whether to contribute to a Roth or a a regular 4._0._1._K. Okay. We got between me, and my wife, we have about four hundred thousand in IRA's, which I converted fifty thousand last year. We have small business between w two in K one puts up about three hundred thousand a year. This is the first year we're going to do in the 4._0._1._K. We were doing a simple before that. And. We want to convert up to the twenty four percent tax bracket. Whatever have available, and I don't know if I would still continue to convert this year, what was your last year when you converted the fifty thousand three hundred thousand figured it out that we become I take the twenty percent of the. The company profited which one eighty and are you are you going to stay in New Jersey long-term probably you don't plan on moving to Florida like everyone else. Six years in a day. Six months. Season we're asking because New Jersey is one of the top three tax states right in the country. So when you do a Roth conversion, you're choosing you got four hundred thousand retirement plans, you are choosing to give the state of New Jersey some tax dollars on that that you would not give to New Jersey. If you're a resident of Florida. So if in fact, part of your plan party, your dream is to one day live in Florida, whether it's full time or seven months out of the year. We would say don't buy the converting and it's questionable. Whether you should converted income of that high. Anyway. Because what jersey about nine percent top rate somewhere in there? Yep. Exactly..
Why Americans Can't Quit Tipping
"Hey, everyone Stacey in Cardiff. And this is the indicator from planet money. So we recently got a question from a listener a very interesting, but also a very pointed question Stacey in Cardiff. Hi, my name is new I'm twenty three for Boston, Massachusetts. And I'm of course, addicted to the indicator. Okay. So my question is why do we as a society still tip? And how can we stop to me? It's one of the most aggravating economic Mistry's a horrible Social Convention that no one ever questions. Thanks so much by and this we figured was a question worth devoting a whole episode to. So we used a news question as a reason to call an expert on the psychology Nekunam IX of tipping. Yes. There is such an expert, and you it is a great question because we are just tipping everywhere. Now at restaurants and bars and taxis Lubers and lifts and when you get haircut even in coffee shops now we're being like control towards like that. Twenty or twenty five percent Niddle percentage every time you buy so today on the show, we answer your question. And you know, we also had a few of our own. We did especially because there are actually some really troubling aspects to tipping. We wanted to talk about those as. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from dot com with wicks, you can create a professional website for your business. Choose a template designed for your industry and customize it to match your brand Goto wicks dot com slash indicator to get ten percents off. Support also comes from air table, a content. Calendar cattle tracker fabric sourcing system products roadmap post production pipeline, all built with air table. Get fifty dollars in credits today by signing up at air table dot com slash indicator. The tipping expert, we called is a man named Michael Lynn, he's a professor of consumer behavior and marketing Cornell University school of hotel administration, and Michael has published dozens of papers on basically, everything you can think of related to tipping. And so our first question to Michael was why does the US have such a strong typical -ture and why so much stronger than the tipping cultures of other countries. For example, in the US restaurant can legally pay its servers less than. Wage because the service tips are expected to push that wage above the minimum. And also, we just tip more in the US tip and other countries medals is he's actually not sure why the US stands apart in this way. Are just don't know. I have looked at why nations differ in their tipping customs. And there are some predictable findings countries whose populations or more outgoing and extroverted tended to greater number of service providers, and they took larger amounts, and as to a news question of why we still tip so much in the US Michael says, it has to do with the status quo, and specifically how hard it is to break away from that status quo. Because once you get started on tipping competitive forces make it almost impossible to go back. Here's what Michael means. So the existence of tipping allows restaurants to pay their servers less and because restaurants, pay their servers less. They can also charged lower prices on their menus. And customers, you know, really like lower menu prices believe it or not consumers when they evaluate the expensive -ness of restaurant menu prices, they don't take into account. The fact that they do or do not allow tipping and so a restaurant with fifteen percent higher menu prices, and noting is going to be perceived as more expensive than a restaurant with slightly lower prices, but they expect tips now this does not seem rational because customers will pay the exact same overall amount in those two restaurants. But Michael says that's just how customers often decide which restaurants, they like better in one of his recent papers. Michael looked at Joe's crab shack a chain restaurant. Twelve of the restaurants in the Joe's crab shack chain got rid of tipping for a while and raised their menu prices to make up for it. So they could still pay their servers just as much and then most of those restaurants eventually had to go back to tipping. I was able to download yelp and other online ratings of. Joe's crab shacks by location. And what we observed is that when they eliminated tipping their online ratings went down and when they got brought tipping back there. Online ratings went up Michael says these findings are consistent with other research. And so you can see why restaurants find it so hard to end tipping and to raise their menu prices. They don't wanna lose business. Other restaurants that continue to allow tipping. Yeah. And Michael says, he did find one exception to this rule. But that exception is just high end restaurants restaurants that are already expensive. And where the customers just aren't as sensitive to those higher menu prices. They were planning to spend a lot of money at these restaurants anyways. So they may not even notice that they're fifty dollars steak is now sixty dollars or whatever I didn't look at the menu prices market price. All the restaurants, though, it seems to matter, but we also wanted to ask Michael about tipping as a Social Convention because that of course, is part of tipping to, and you know, is this convention as horrible as a new our listener thinks it is. So let's start with this tipping seems to be designed to reward good service. So the better the service the higher the tip. But is that what happens in real life? Michael says, no not really only tiny amount of the tip is actually related to the quality of the service. In fact, the amount is so small Michael says that in one survey only about half of waiters and waitresses themselves thought their tips were related to their service. Most of the average debt Michael says is just a term by the social expectations that people feel to behave in a certain way, everyone else leaves a fifteen to twenty percent tip. So you leave a fifteen to twenty percent tip. That is just the way we do things. She don't want to feel guilty. No servers going to be a servers income is based on the tip. You don't wanna be the Jerker just doesn't leave the right? I now, but you know, as a new Hinson her question, there are other things that are really troubling about the way tipping works in the real world. I found that waitresses who rated themselves as more tractive. Better tips. Blonde waitresses got better tips than brunettes slender waitresses got better tips and waitresses with larger breasts got larger tips, oh, America, America. This is not new information, I suppose, but it is the prising hearing it packaged in this way. But there's also other research that supported the idea that places where workers rely on tips, you know, for a high share of their incomes. Those workers are exposed to more sexual harassment. And in another survey, Michael found something also extremely disturbing. I found that black servers get tips than white servers, even for comparable levels of service. I just I. Yeah. It's bad. Yeah. And we can now turn to a news final question. Which is if restaurants don't have incentive to end tipping themselves. What could possibly end it one possibility? Michael says is through the courts, and here, it's kind of complicated. But he says it tipping seems like a neutral practice. But if it does have the effect, for example of paying black servers less than white servers than maybe it could be declared unlawful by courts because of its discriminatory nature. Michael says he spoken to a lot of labor and employment lawyers about this possibility for now, he says, it seems like a long shot, but because it's not clear whether that argument would work in court and also because he says they're just need to be more. Studies on this racial gap issue to confirm that it does exist also to determine how big it is. And what might be causing it? Yeah. And the other possible way to tipping that. Some people have proposed is just for the law to stop allowing restaurants and other businesses to legally pay their tip workers less than the minimum wage, and in fact. Some states have done that look in California in Washington state and a couple of other states. There is no tip credit, those waiters waitresses get the regular minimum wage and get tips on top of that. And I've done I've got the data, and I can tell you that servers and California make basically the same tip percentage as servers in Texas, even though the minimum wage is vastly different across those two states. I mean. I'm not a hundred percent sure you can kill tipping. So my links tipping is here to stay at least for now. And that is probably not the answer a new wanted. But we are still very glad you asked the question. Thanks for writing in and save all our listeners. We appreciate it. Like, you're in from you. This episode of the indicator was produced by Dr ES Rafia and edited by Patty Hirsch, our fact, checker and turn will Ruben and indicator is a production of NPR.
"hinson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Very gruesome because of the nature of the way they were killed CJ. Miller has the story of Robert Hinson, James Barker, and Robert gears and LaSalle street murders. Back to December first nineteen seventy-one. And a report from WIBC Freeman were found murdered at the house. A thirteen eighteen thousand feet on the city side detective fat stark Indianapolis department homicide. Brands began the investigation. Playing on the bathroom for the back. Huge gaping any. Rear bedroom, laying on. And tied. The front bedroom on his side and stomach tied behind him. Please have cordoned off the area around the house and the thirteen hundred block of north the they have also blocked the three at that location while the crime lab and the detective again the investigation. No here motive has yet been determined. But stark that that the house was ransacked all WIBC gears and Hinson had just started their own microfilm business. The at worked for a man named Ted Oland Jasper, but quit when they moved. They were accused of taking money equipment and clients and Oland had just taken out of one hundred fifty thousand dollar line shirts policy on each of them. Immediately raised the idea that this could have been a vendetta revenge or a professional fit longtime. Indie newsman Tom Cochran was reporter for WIBC once they began the investigation. Indianapolis police officers word that these fellows were very flamboyant. Maybe a bit controversial the men didn't just. Move to Indianapolis to start a new business and a new life. They became men about town. And it gave police something else to look into. The contrast themselves who. The most women during the course of a particular year, they were seen as Playboy's fellows who were oftentimes frequenting bars in those days, they were called global or does maybe maybe they still are. Virtue. Is that these were places where the guy go find women? Conquest least discovered that the men kept a scorecard in the LaSalle street house with names of women..
"hinson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Germany shoot this guy quickly unknown Hinson again baby was play rough. There's only one song by this guy that I will not play in a radio, I draw the line. I know it's hard to believe that I'm playing these. Right. You know, what I like most about these unknown Hinson tunes. First of all, I'm a big fan of his this is a total persona complete and total insane persona. It's a it's a showbiz. But I like the idea that somebody's driving down the road, and they hit seek on the radio. Maybe they're on US twenty three now on ninety four or they've got tune in radio. Whatever there on I forty or thirty five and they come across that. What is that? They quit listening in shock. If you're still listening, that's unknown Hinson, and it's alternative bump music Friday, by the way, he led to the intro to this this radio program. People have said they either love or hate them through to the show. Let's see. Now, I don't have it here. It's on it's on my other which kala. I was gonna play the beginning of it. But the the guy that screaming Darrow shut up shut up you high maintenance guy that guy there that's gonna Keith Larson out of Charlotte, North Carolina. That's where Hudson's Hintsa's of. So we're on the radio with Keith Larson me and that guy right there, baby. Let's play rough on and Larson's a fan of his as well he would play his stuff on his morning drive radio show. But when I got yanked off of clerk channel and. Made the blurbs Larson had managed show we talked about it. That's where he got really mad at me because I'm way faster and funnier and Whittier then he is he didn't like that at all. So that's Regan at one point instead of say, wait, wait Keith runs. A coke is. But the guy wouldn't shut up he discussed screaming God DJ from ninety four and Arbor, blah, blah, blah. That's that's what that's all about with your. Thank you for getting me fired. Yeah. Already talked about this. I don't want to talk about this. What I want to talk about is that we're going to have a new supreme court Justice as of tomorrow, this is rock and good news. We've sort of.
"hinson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Thank you, unknown. Hinson? Thank you so much that that right? There is a song. They got me fired at off of the the antichrist of American broadcast clear channel that song led to believe it or not coming to this radio station and eventually buying this radio station with my lovely wife who every single word to that song. And all the other songs could sing them. Yeah. That's politically incorrect. Steffi? Yeah. We were over at Laima secretarial pool music radio station. One oh seven back in the day. And I played that song on the radio and some lady from. I can't SOS heartland. She somehow called the owners in Texas, and this and this guy's on the radio promoting violence against women. This you actually used the rape word and nothing could be further from the truth. That is that's like a horror movie willing suspension display, by the way that guy right there. Singing playing all the instruments all the instruments and range in the twos. Right. The two it's got a whole bunch of winning a couple more. Stuart baker. Over on Facebook. He's also the voice of grandpa squid on the squid Billy's good Billy's decorator now, I should also point out that he and his wife at one point. Well, his wife told me way back when that they were self described commie pinko, something gay something or that that gives us what she was trying to tell me is there on the left side. I don't think he is. Because I'm seeing a lot of posts that he's putting up today. I think he's a conservative guy, that's unknown Hinson. And if you really want to treat you wanna get to YouTube and look up unknown Hinson and see where it started. He did one of those. Starting on cable TV cable access like Wayne's world. You know, and it was a really incredible show. He sent me a bunch of VHS tapes of it where he's got this persona based on sideburns. And if he's got his what's his name Ola afraid his manservant name, and the whole personas sort of outerspace thing too. But there you have an unknown Hinson in the trunk of my Cadillac, you know, that that song made me I haven't got an a mixed today. But I may drag out sex toy buy him. That's a real good one too. But we got a couple more coming up on today's alternative bump music Friday. I'm an ex is what we do here. Yeah. We went to see him at the well, I brought him to tone for show. We bought them out to the old road house out there on nurture Troy way back when but we want to see him at I wanna say it was a magic bag. On stage. My my lovely wife and islanders were standing while watching this, and we were observing the crowd. The jaws were dropping when this guy pulls a gun on fires into the air three times. But I mean, people were in shock watching this guy again Saint along with all the time. Unknown Hinson in the trunk of my Cadillac car. Don't do that little kids. Don't put women the trunk your Cadillac car. Let's they want you to unless it's mutually consenting thing. You're both adults and make sure that they haven't out. Okay. Okay. Oh, it's time for me to have been fooling around here. Say it's time for me to sets alternative bump music Friday. And you're on the edge..
"hinson" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"I de Niro risks style, but it's actually voiced by Bill Baretta whose voice tons of different characters in the Muppets for for decades. And it was interesting to see that the Henson family actually a massive part is Brian Hinson directed the film, and it's interesting to say the direction he's decided to take the family legacy. Yeah, I think as long ever to, you know, a grownup Muppets. You obviously not tarnishing any of the sacred characters because that might be overboard. They probably wouldn't have wanted to do that to, you know, Jim Henson's memory. But I think it's a really exciting. Wait kinda take as a so adult puppet movie. I just feel it was it was kind of sex, gag sex guy, sex gag over and over again, which was funny. I'm not definitely not opposed to that sort of humors like is good fund, but when is a whole ninety minutes of it, you just fairlight. Whereas the ranger we got there needs to be some genuine comedy liners, and there wasn't so much of them. There is a few now agree if that me scripting wise it was, I felt very, it felt like a pull fake movie. And because at Melissa McCartney and her comedy star lens to those films, we're very used to seeing, whereas bridesmaids or Ghostbusters or or we have stuff she's done in between. Uh-huh. Side, Elizabeth banks not having a big role in this, but she, she's always great in films. Has not a community aluminum withdrawing mcallen as well. And he was he's again briefly in it, but but very funny for the things that he was in. It's getting really panned at the moment. I critics are really slamming this one. It's currently got twenty two percent on rotten tomatoes and an everywhere. If once basically science to avoid. Wouldn't go that far. Is there some laugh out loud moments. I judge it by how many times all off in the cinema and laugh about laugh more than five times in the cinema, then stunning job. And I think he's done this joke from that perspective. I'll tell you who did laugh more than five times in cinema, the guy to our right who was on his own. And literally I think he was paid by the Henson's to go and laugh every available joke and I was just purely. It didn't annoy me. I was just envious. I was so jealous of this guy because I laughed about four times and Athena where some genuinely funny bit. But this guy laughed at least once a minute loudly. And he just had the whale of a time of of a movie of this caliber. And I just I'd love to be him because I could say a home in watch these movies that they're ten a penny more standards too high Flynn any maybe John the I argue, if you'll an envious of people that find stuff funny that I don't because it kind of feels like. Hi-sci smiles, infectious. I think laughter is the fucking opposite. Like if I hear someone laughing at something and then I look and I don't laugh. I'm thinking is that because you laughed and I didn't want to subconsciously, didn't want to be a sheep and follow along there. Maybe something in that. But yeah, very own. Jamie Hanane. The science guy, of course is, is famously one of these people. He laughs at, he's laughing, so I'm Mimika bowl, and you can hear it's like Brian blessed. You can hear him miles away. But, but yeah, let's let's let's wrap this up. So I I personally think that it's a, it's a really interesting concept. I did laugh quite a bit. I do applaud the creativity and the boldness to go in this direction. And although the shock value of puppies doing all the things that the puppets through in this film of fleets after a little while there is a good film. I still think at the core of this orbit, it probably would have done better offers a sketch, but that's probably a bit harsh..
"hinson" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Screaming and crying in at this point which is here baby taken he takes and you hear that that's the second child that he's taken away otherwise he took what she was sleep so she had two children and she's in from hinson no from him and at this point you thinks what's that sir that that's real dad yeah yeah this is the scene she starts playing sorry i'm getting hit you guys at home cassie when i'm looking at but young like betty and then basically quickly we're kind of introduced to mr who has his eyes on nettie he wants to marry her but then the father's like no you can have sealy basically because he wasn't any for himself and so mr take seal even though he didn't really want can see what she looks like a whole thing is this okay can which is it reminded me of the story of the by with jacob and jacob rachel as wife but he goes to the father rachel and he's like no you can have like late like have her older sister 'cause she's not married yet yes like here's like he marries airless that works and then finally marries breach on that he wanted is like i don't know i don't know if alice thinking when she wrote it in i think she might have though because she has lots of biblical reference yes she has biblical references and she's she's at a work work of something about okay weddings a weird to me like the whole like the entire not anti but a lot of the concept of wedding weird to me like you have a friend tessa like go on no no but i do wanna talk about it because this scene this scene something that there's been passed onto the by community things that i've done things like i do like when it comes to like speaking kids like how we get it up when it comes like when he tows still to come out in like spin is reminded me of like oh would weddings the husband or fiance has to go to the dad and like ask permission and then the dad gives the daughter away at this thing cherokee like i'm looking at present this beauty and you decide you hide her beauty and then you the man gives it i mean literally it was just an it was an exchange of goods because that's that's what that's what this especially because when you saw her which against over perfect shot is you see her walking i'm thinking oh she's walked where she's walking myself which is this nick is on a horse in front of her as she's walking carrying her stuff and that continued all the way to when he was walking should away she has dragging all those suitcases behind them i'll he's holding shook lovingly and like giving her the right treatment so in the moment where the dad says oh in the moment when the dad says you can have you can you i wanna keep nettie for myself right you can have what's her name sorry sealy sorry there you see because before this you'd seen him like you see donald glover like loving dan danny glover you see danny glover like in truly having love for nettie like he's got a crush it's a complicated thing because he's much older than her and all those things but he's sparkling giggly and looking at her and quite charm like his faction for her it's love and then you see that he's doesn't get he doesn't get hurt and so you actually spielberg set up very visually like the heartbreak and anger that he has when he's like i have to take her instead and then you see his darkness like arise from that moment on and then you see this like very complicated anger that's that's he has in the marriage for the rest of the time you see the the root of it takes because he means a wife because he has two children his other wife has passed away and like the houses of s and the kids are unruly he's gotta work on the farm he has a farm to rent right it is interesting because at that point to like nettie was still almost like she had a crush back like when she was at the church like in the room like when he's outside like everybody was kind of like geeking and just to see like tessie you're right it's this guy turn so quick i mean it was you're right it wasn't an instant because he was very cute on the way.
"hinson" Discussed on Get Up!
"Days greatness man days off no days off no days off also for ryan hinson with little more nba with us and we kind of sneak peek of what lebron does but it kind of speaks to the shape that he's in the reason why he's been able to play forty eight minutes in a game forty six minutes in a game and eighty five percent of the playoff minutes he's he's played them and he's never been injured in a playoff game so you've kind of worked out with them before j well what do you know about the operative word kind try yes so we're doing some really cool we got chance to go into a high school in newark new jersey newark central high and work with the kids and so i got chance to go out to cleveland and spend time with the braun and speak with him in watch how he trains the attention to detail that this guy has is really off the chart is very kobe bryant like with the way he wakes up in the morning the first thing he thinks about his recovery process is doing all these different things that he does this is his job twenty percent i think i meet a lot of athletes every single day that love with the job provides them loves that lifestyle for lebron this life is all he knows it's kinda like nick saban coach k greg top of it the way they talk about their lives as relates the basketball this is what he does each and every day.
"hinson" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Hinson added chicken thing there work all these stories about like especially in the battle sequence where there's just chaos and they would just get like they'd be like oh this isn't crazy enough and they would go down to the store and get a bunch of wind up toys and glue for two it just have them really in the background well that's when this movie comes alive the most i think is when it's crowded when the frame is crowded whether it's like the battle fiends or the very end when she has her little bedroom part yeah when which is we'll get to that very sweet ending but when there's a lot going on as when it's really comes alive the most i think yeah definitely definitely and and when you see it your and you realize like wait a minute these this is not cgi yeah like how do you pull that shit off and choreograph that is just so impressive you know going back to the beginning is cj i in the film is there there's early cgi the owl the i was going to ask about that because the al flies in the win although i mean most people seeing this the setup of the film to me which is sort of one of the beautiful aspects is very simple premise jennifer a little dough faced adorable young jennifer connelly that's probably why like the movie initially the most she's so beautiful yeah this is my my first crush i think i crush rollout of people right actually my prescription was christie macnichol which i don't know what this is about me.
"hinson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"In berry hinson the head coach of southern illinois he joins us via the shell pennzoil performance line coach how are you i'm doing great i'm i'm literally i'm down here with myron but i don't know where marriage here's another well i'd say forty fifty thousand people river walk anita little pins all to give me around the next pin here you need the bodyguards that sister gene has now exactly right they call you know about pennzoil stuff yeah i need to do i need dog i told last week and i need a spiritual point guard sister teams the best one in the country right now we had you on last week you faced the ramblers twice during the season lost both games and we were talking about the like the fact that they could keep it going here they are in the final four and you now know the other teams competing for the national championship how would you assess their chances of winning it all given your knowledge of basketball and the teams play here well thank you for alluding to the fact that i may have a little bit of knowledge of basketball that's relatable on this on the internet but what i would say is when you shoot sixty percents you're going to be able to play with anybody at any time and what they've done in this game and we you know two weeks ago we talked about him defensively but what they've done here recently specifically in the last two games offense has been really dramatic it'll be really interesting to see hate against the sewn in quite some time and michigan is known to play from one three one zone it'll be interesting to see coatesville we are we're having some technical difficulty there with barry hinson does need the bodyguards know myron why can't you go go give them go give your connection.
"hinson" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"She is bigger than that but i don't know so i say stay put until your late thirties just stay where you are i disagree i say leave now and she could be the next better bigger melissa mccarthy because i think you can build around her i think just seeing her in was a rough night whatever the movie was about with a soldier hinson like she just dominates every scene she's in the question is how do you incorporate her skill set which is i don't know it's a it's a strange skillset but what's the sound like you'd rather pull the reins on racehorse and kick in the butt and she's just a talented racehorse i know like i don't know but i'll figure out how to use her make tons of money with her so i do not think that's a saying it is totally out of thing and but i think the other thing is we're just not in a or just not making a lot of comedies right now that are good there's nobody making quality comedies right now that's fair that's fair so it's like back when like san bullock was headbutting comedies and even most mccarthy like they were heading up comedies that were really a lot of them were really well done we're just not making them anymore take for you jamie golden you write for this sandra bullock's not a good comedic actress kabu shut your face that's all i'm gonna give you second that's all over your windshield you need to turn your windshield wipers off because she is a delight she is funny still sure comedic talents are similar to reese witherspoon comedic talents and for people listening all my hands are the same height dare the same level reese witherspoon is not a comedian she's not a comedic actress is not a comedic actress but her shirt either sandra bullock neither sandra bullock my gosh i'm just saying if you if you go see a movie like built on the list mcarthur kate mckinnon and then you see a comedic movie bills are on sandra bullock you haven't seen the same movie you haven't been affected is better but of course.