17 Burst results for "Husted"

"husted" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | Last week

"husted" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But to go down there and Sam by you as you talk about what happened because there are no words for That sort of monstrous. Act by someone so young? Well, it leads me to believe that the monstrosity was probably passed down from mom because there's no sense of her being shocked at all this no sense of distress or even panic. She basically went into straight cover up mode and knew that her son Had done it. It wasn't a question of Did you do it? It was. Is there anything linking you to the crime? That's right. It's clear up. Yeah, Yeah, I another story. That's just like, what the hell is happening in this world? The the body of a child that was found near a highway in Nevada has been identified as a boy from San Jose, who was missing a seven year old boy, and now they're looking for his mother. The child was Liam Husted and his mother, Samantha Moreno. Rodriguez. 35 was last seen at last last day of May May 31st alone at a Denver area hotel. That's what Las Vegas police have to say. And she is now being, uh Sought on a murder warrant in Las Vegas and they warrant for nationwide extradition has also been approved. And so the way they were able to identify who this boy was little, uh, John Doe basically. Was the the police rendering you know how they do the the renderings of of what who. The victim look like. Then they set out for the National Center for missing and exploited Children. Someone watching said. Hey, a family friend said that looks like Uh, this lady's son, I know. And I haven't seen Samantha or her son Liam, and in days or whatever. So she that person caught in the family friend contacted police and said, I recognize this boy..

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"husted" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"husted" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Long okay that my life was relatively normal I was planning my mom's birthday lunch hopping on the train to work every day the meeting friends for after work drinks I don't see that everything was okay until it wasn't the death toll continues to rise dramatically Italy has reported another big increase in the number of deaths of people with the coronavirus seven hundred ninety three in the last twenty four hours reports of deaths have come pouring in Husted stories of heartbreaking kindness like the Italian priest dying off he gave his ventilator to help another there were doctors on the advice telling us how hospitals a baddie coping how they're trying to get enough staff and ventilated and a face mosque and then there's the issue of fate the industry has been transformed stretching and straining under the baton of virus economic cafes and restaurants have closed the business is supplying those restaurants I suddenly redundant demand for foodbanks has sized and yet their nations have dwindled and many have rushed to supermarkets to stock up yeah C. ng nice area nine five five anything like all contents doubles ten fifty five yeah it's kind of thanks a lot details not to line in this that's been pounded complying the.

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"husted" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on WTVN

"Broadcast on NewsRadio six ten WTVN at the memorial tournament live broadcast. Ten sponsored by. Wow, internet fast speeds and no data caps. Some joined by sports director Matt McCoy. Mr. Gulf Ray Husted, both madly working on their phones. It's all about stats. Raymond yesterday scores were good from the elite. I mean, we've got well, we got one at minus seven one six, but we got five at minus four four five at minus five four minus four and eleven at minus three you think the scores are going to be as good today. I think they are. I mean, I'm looking at my our and our, you know, magic app on the phone, and it looks like the, the highest wind on there was five miles an hour later today in nineteen ninety six John Houston opened with seventy. Four and followed with a Friday round of sixty one still stands as the course record. We're going to see something special today. Yeah. Well, I'm sitting here looking at we might I'm sitting here looking at the flag for these morning guys, and it's not doing anything good more lay in limp, and it's going to be like that all day and, and without wind and people know there's some scores out there. I think today we're going to see some special I, I would not be the least bit surprised to see lower than sixty five, and we'll somebody maybe throw the little sixty two or three up today. So given that then is that Ryan more that does that is that Jordan speed the does that or is that someone that like, John, Huston shot kind of round in the first round? And then they just go nuts. Yeah, it's somebody who's way up there. Shot, even par or higher, who's gonna go low today because what do you got to lose sharply? Again, one of my picks. Again with Zander. As you said, you're gonna pick Rickey till he wins a major. You've had Zander on your list for a year and a half, I think every tournament. Fedex Memphis, classic dinners. He's gonna win it this week Ryan. But again, you know when you talk about the family, the crowds out here we watch tiger come down eighteen and I'm telling you, it looked like Sunday. I mean, the entire amphitheater behind eighteen was packed with humanity and though, is it tiger. Is it fill the guy that shoots sixty one two or three they could? I mean, for sure. Those guys have it at him. There's no doubt. But yesterday, remember how bad the forecast was. And yet, the crowds are huge today. We've got sunshine already and a beautiful forecast. Yeah. I think we're going to see something special. Maybe it's Jason day. You're talking about him. Wrong. And could he post a really low score here? Absolutely. Yeah. And with the crowd pumping him be pretty great, but yeah. Special things coming today. I think I like that. I like that. What? Does when somebody shoots a low score here? How do you think Jack reacts.

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"husted" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Identified as non-citizens had voter registrations. Fifty eight thousand of them voted in one or more, Texas elections. When attorney general Ken Paxton led the state's investigation. He noted that Texas had already found one hundred and sixty five non citizens and four counties who had cast one hundred illegal votes in two years. But wait. Is an all this stuff about noncitizens voting. A lotta bull. What Trump appointed a voter fraud commissioned in two thousand seventeen Democrats and the press howled in protest short Trump, almost certainly exaggerated the number of non-citizen voters, but in response time magazine declared that we quote, no that ineligible. Non-citizens do not vote in American elections, unquote, vox dot com. The explanatory news site derided Trump as quote indulging, the long standing myth of the non-citizen voter Harvard. Researchers said there's no evidence that non-citizens vote less than a year after he put it together. Trump disbanded his commission not because it didn't find anything. But because it faced a few Salat of lawsuits and stonewalling from state election officials. Of course, if you're not looking for evidence of noncitizens voting, you're not likely to find any right? And it turns out that for the most part. Nobody's looking very hard. Because whenever anyone does look what they find. As Texas did is plenty of evidence that people who aren't US citizens are casting ballots. After the two thousand sixteen elections, Ohio secretary state Jon Husted found eight hundred and twenty one non citizens registered to vote in the state one hundred twenty six voted in two thousand sixteen or earlier elections. H one thousand thirteen analysis of voter registration by now side group, not the state government found one thousand forty six non-citizens registered in Virginia. A twenty eleven study found twelve thousand non-citizens registered to vote in Colorado five thousand of whom did so in the twenty mid-term elections. Amazingly, the entire only citizens can register the vote protection is largely based on the honor system. Even in Texas. The state does not require verification of a voter statement that their citizens. Now after claiming this problem doesn't exist at all left says it doesn't matter because it's not widespread. But this is a clever dodge election fraud doesn't have to be widespread to be effective. In fact, the very purpose of election fraud is to flip extremely close elections that doesn't take widespread voter fraud just carefully targeted efforts. For example, in the twenty eight election in Minnesota the now disgraced out Franken won by a tiny three hundred and twelve oaks margin. His victory gave Senate Democrats filibuster-proof majority, which let them pass ObamaCare. One study found that non citizen voting in the election could have decided the outcome. The two thousand eighteen midterms featuring unusually large number racist decided by a relative handful of votes. What's more noncitizens voting is only one of the ways that ballot integrity is being eroded, mainly by efforts on the left to make voting easier. As the Texas attorney general points out. There are also concerns about mail in ballot application fraud unlawful influencing voters and a lawful mail ballot collection by voter harvesters. I tell you. What explains Democrats indifference to these kinds of voter fraud? Aren't they always Channing about how every vote counts will every fraudulent ballot cancels out a legitimate one. So the threshold for dealing with voter fraud can't be when it's widespread everyone should have zero tolerance. Now, the most likely explanation for Democrats in differences that they benefit from sloppy enforcement of election laws. Now, the editorial page recently pointed out that several house elections in California could've flipped. From red to blue thanks to these sorts of fraudulent efforts and California. Election officials seem clueless or utterly indifferent to whether non-citizens are voting in state elections. I actually think it's worse. I think they. They like it..

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"husted" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"I am a twenty seven Email from Texas and in may. Tested, positive for H as being. The first time I believe that I've ever been tested for herpes. And I guess they tested me because I told him that I had multiple partners in the past year, which is true. Because I know that the CDC does not typically recommend testing for her piece. So I got that news. And I was honestly very very shock. I've never had any symptoms. I've never slept with anyone that I do have agency you, and so it was quite a a rock my world. And it's been quite a rock might dating world. And I've just been struggling on how to navigate this. I know I've listened to a couple of your podcast where you've talked about herpes and had couldn't than Planned Parenthood. Come and talk about herpes. But it's just it's been very difficult and just acting Owen. When should I disclose to someone that I have been Essex Husted for HSE too? But then I'm also on suppressant medication. I don't have any symptoms and do I need to. Tell everyone that I sleep with that I have herpes because I don't have any symptoms. This is a hard one to answer honestly answer because if you're out there having casual sex, you're just hooking up with people people should assume herpes really common really prevalent most people who have it don't know that they have just as you call her didn't know that you haven't they wouldn't go tested and most people who have it have one outbreak and never have another outbreak of her again or had an outbreak the perceive. That's why a lot of people who have don't know. They have it. They had an outbreak. It was so minimal it didn't notice it. But yet they have her and they're potentially infectious. But you know, you haven't and you're taking meds. The odds if the Mets are working for you that you will transmit Herbie's to someone else are very very low, and if you're having casual sex with somebody who's having casual sex with a lot of different people, they should just assume that they are going to bed with people who have herpes, occasionally and. They're assuming that risk because it is really really comment again, not that big a deal, and yet the stigma and the shame and the fear of it looms so large in people's minds in imaginations and the fear of it. I is so irrational that putting the burden on someone in a casual encounter to disclose that they have herpes to someone who should just know that if they're having a lot of casual sex letter Rando that they are assuming some degree of risk for contact or exposure, if not infection, you can be exposed to the infection taken, and that they should assume certain degree of risk that they're taking on your own free will for exposure to this in most cases, no big deal, STI NBD STI, so I think with casual partners, we have a lot of casual partners who are out there just to hook it up. I don't actually think that you're under an obligation to disclose. That said. If you're out there having casual sex, and you have casual sex with somebody and you really click, and then you have casual sex with that person again. And then you start hanging out with that person. And then a year later, you're in a relationship with that person..

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"husted" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Seve Mason can't make any decisions. He couldn't decide when to come out as gay. He couldn't decide when to let his hair go gray just this week. He canceled his grub order twice in the same night. He can't even decide what to have for dinner. When the pressure is on do you really want? Steve mason. Making the important decisions. Whenever underestimate nice to. Paid for by the morning show superpac with John Ireland. Okay. So I, you know, the sad thing about those to attack ads everything in each one of them one hundred percent through all of it. All okay. So. Go ahead. Greg ESPN, Los Angeles. Just put out the first of two the actual ad Mason's. Added is now on ESPN, Los Angeles. Okay. Here's a full on pictures of John Ireland whole thing your forehead everything. Okay. So there's and their John's will be up shortly. Wait a minute. That's a disadvantage to me. If mine goes up later. How many people do you take work here? Okay. So let's get into the morning show with thirty people. Right. Yeah. I was going to say. By the way, Christopher Husted. Excellent. Sound like authentic so fast chat. We'll just jump into for a little behind. All right. Let me start with this. I was reading an article on the plane the other day about run Shelton. And did you? I didn't know this bull. Durham was the first sports movie. He's ever directed. The guy. The guy went onto me white men. Can't jump in and top ten right? And all these Cobb, all these great sports stories. Yeah. Bull Durham, which might be the best one. He's ever done was the very first one. He did. I was thinking let's say you can only watch one baseball movie for the rest of your life. It can.

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"husted" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on WTVN

"In by all means the buckeyes now a well three and a half to four point favorite depending on where you look for Saturday nights trip to Happy Valley kickoff from beaver stadium is at seven thirty on ABC six pretty happy about the fact that I'll be watching this from the comfort of my of my own home. And that's all I can actually. Well. Yeah. Yeah. I better. Not. I can't do it. I'm not gonna do it. Anyway. So yeah, that's good. And then Tiger Woods. We were going to be talking to Mr. Gulf Ray Husted here in about an hour from now, and we'll get the rundown on. I I gotta say he is incredibly knowledgeable about the game of golf and has a lot of very educated opinions about things he did not think Tiger Woods was going to win again during this stint of Tiger Woods is career. So we will have a conversation about that coming up. My Steelers are on Monday night football tonight, pretty happy about that. Although it is a dumpster fire in their locker room right now and going to Tampa Bay and playing the buccaneers. I'm not sure how that's going to play out. Probably not. Well, I'm just going to say probably not well and in about a half an hour from now, we'll talk to Brent so blessed with the Bleacher report, and he'll have some insight on that lay beyond bell looks like he's probably gonna end up leaving. I doubt he's going to stretch a Steeler jersey over his shoulder pads at any point from here on out. I think I think that's going to happen. Although I'm not happy about it. Do you do you use online reviews to guide your thought process when you choose products? I am definitely a reader. I read the online reviews and this article actually dropped about trip, and there may be a bunch of fake reviews on there, they're saying, and I pride myself on when I read these reviews, I think about how I can actually I feel like when I'm reading them I can kind of spot or pick out fakes. And I think you know, based on how they word things are I I don't know something usually seems amiss and I go, okay. I think that was a work that wasn't actually real. I don't know that. But now they're saying that a lot of them are actually fakes, and I've actually taken stuff off of, you know, taking it out of my car like on Amazon or whatever I'll be buying like different cables or something for my deejay business or I'll just beyond their buying something. And i'll. Have it in my cart already? And then I'll start reading about it. And someone's like, you know, do not get this. This is a total rip off. This is those kinds of things affect me, especially if I'm trying to figure out a hotel in an area, I've never stayed before. Those things are very very serious to me. And I have actually let the reviews guide whether or not I choose that product. Or are you one of those people do you do you let that happen to you read the reviews because this is interesting, and this story will get to in.

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"husted" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on WTVN

"Weather wise because it is fairly nice out there right now, we're dry. It is eighty seven here in Columbus. And it is also eighty-seven in Panama City beach. Maybe you've played a little golf down there. It's it's going to be warm across the state tonight will drop to sixty six four and overnight low eighty-seven again tomorrow, some pop up storms are possible in the afternoon. And we've got another round of showers and thunderstorms come in Friday with another high of eighty five I'm ABC six chief meteorologist Marshall mcpeek on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. All right. It is the Mark glaeser show. Thank you very much Marshall mcpeek. I'd like to welcome to the show, Mr. golf ray-hyung. Stick ray. Thank you for coming on today. Anytime bar gorgeous day for golf. Yes. It is the summer will not leave us. And I gotta say I'm not really that upset about it to be honest. For operators are loving it. Yeah. Well, on a side note to real quick a couple of weeks ago, I was out in Las Vegas, and I played a couple of different days out there that hundred six degree heat. They talk about their they go. It's a dry heat yellow when the wind blows it felt like a hairdryer in my face. But I love desert Gulf, man. It's so fun out there in Vegas. Oh my gosh. Yeah. They got some beautiful golf courses factor. But it's really. Yeah. Exactly. And that's part of I think what makes it so pretty two good point there. So the tour championship getting ready to get underway tomorrow at east lake golf course there in Atlanta, Georgia, Ed. So as I'm reading about this the tour championship is part of the obviously the FedEx Cup, and I'm reading about the changes that are going to be happening next year. First and foremost, I my is about popped out of my head. When I saw the purse goes from ten million, though, the prize I should say that goes from ten million to fifteen million dollars for the champion next year. Fifty percent increase for the winter and a bunch more money that will come into play with the FedEx points which will land around Labor Day with a final the Wyndham championship final tour event next year. And and really the idea was away from having two different scoreboards to watch. What you're watching that final tournament. Eastlake? You know, we we kept watching. Well, can you get the FedEx points over here? We got the torch championship over here in one guy can win the tour championship but not win. The FedEx guys if done, and we're all trying to calculate, okay? On this shoddy moved up this many points instead actively here's the fr. Very confusing. That's kind of what happened last year was Zander winning the tour championship. And then Justin Thomas actually catch capturing the FedEx Cup, right? Absolutely. Yeah. Any time. So obviously he's had one went the torch championship which is a tournament. And then the FedEx Cup, which is a season more points. Total thing for guys that have been playing well all year next year, we won't have that. Because we'll go into the first of all. Just three, but the final debt will still be the torch championship at Eastlake, and what will happen. This is really going to be bizarre because Thursday when you see it up, usually everybody's tied at even par and tie for first place, right? Here's the torch championship the guy who's going into the advantage with the most points starts at ten hundred par. Oh Hallelujah thirtieth thirtieth place guy going in. He starts the day at even par and a graduated scale between so essentially it's like really tiger giving three shots aside. Let's go play because you've got one guy who's gonna start, you know, way ahead of the pack. That is really I don't know how to feel about that yet. Because when I well when I first saw it, I go, okay, I'm confused. And man, I'm as purest of a golf purist that can be and I had to keep reading it over and over. Unlike let me get this straight the guy with the most points starts at ten under. I was like, well, how how how could that actually be whatever, you know? How could you be happy about that? If you're in the field or whatever, but I guess that places emphasis on the season long. Fedex Cup is you gotta work harder to try to get more points to be in that position. The drivers. Seat. If you will correct. And and the the ideas reward somebody for playing great all year, not just one week and not just the, you know, the second week or price December this year went to the first to play off of it. You know, so we're we're gonna see something experience usual, I think what will be interesting to watch. And it'll be fascinating to see how they play it because we're also used to this event where everybody starts for first on Thursday morning with some guy's going to be in the league when he tees off Thursday morning at whatever time, so he'll he'll be the first guy on the leaderboard with a ten under lead. And he's actually got a two-shot lead. Because there is nobody at nine second. Most points is at eight thirty seven on down until you get. Yes. And then they then they dropped by groups of five but somebody will be in the league Thursday morning. So seventy. Sleeping on the nights can watch to see how that plays into the event. Obviously you're gonna go into playing well because you will have to make it through the first few play off of that position with points. But to start with a two shot lead on Thursday morning. Nobody's ever experienced before. We're talking to Mr. Ray Husted and tomorrow, of course, is the tour championship round one. Tiger Woods goes off at twelve thirty with Tommy Fleetwood. I'm seeing here, and I like all the Tiger Woods golf where CNN and I have to be honest based on earlier in the season. I didn't know if we were going to be seeing him this late in the race for the FedEx Cup. And I am delighted that he is playing like he's playing what do you see for him this weekend? Well, he's motivated. I mean, he wants to win so badly you can taste it all the critics shot a lot of people out because he's played. Well, he's been in contention. But he hasn't closed door asked him come close and win a golf tournament. Let's be honest. So now he's in position where he can say all right? I'm opera golf course. I I have been playing well continues to talk about his Goodall seems to be healthy. There's no complaints there. So now, we're all just going. Okay. Win. What's gonna happen? I still saying it if it's gonna happen is gonna happen. Tiger going to be able to put four rounds together against these great fields, especially this week with everybody playing well, thirty players to smaller fields only after being twenty nine other guys. But you gotta be twenty nine the twenty nine back, and it's going to really be fascinating to watch. How he plays especially coming out of the gate on Thursday. Because I think he's going to have to have a good start. You gotta get the driver and play east. Like, I mean think about Brookside everything about them is that of course, Jeff Sessions will have an Applebee's treat mine Fairleigh. You cannot hit it sideways. Like Tigers had trouble with the driver. So give him on winning this week. I I still don't think especially since he hasn't yet one hasn't yet. Got over the hump and picked up a victory. I just don't see how he does. It would. What would it be great cement contention on Sunday? That would be fantastic. And when you look at the other twenty nine golfers anybody on this list could actually win this. No problem. I mean, you look at like you said everybody's playing hot who do you like though to to actually capture this? Do you have one person you're kind of an honor that's jumping out at you. How can we go against Bryson Shambhu? The winner memorial comes back and wins the first two events in the playoffs is playing great right now, he is a is in particular analytic strategic player. He is playing a golf course that requires a very much precision in terms of your distance control of your irons going into the greens. But you know, this is the golf course at Bobby Jones grew up playing learning how to play golf on. There's so much history. Here the players love it, and you can feel the ghost of those guys are walking down the fairway show. But I love the shampoo. I love his game. I love his approach. I think just golf course set up really nicely. Perhaps there it is Bryson. Goes off at two o'clock with Justin Rose, you guys heard it Mr. Gulf Ray Husted, Colin Bryson, d Shambo most likely the person to rise to the top this weekend. So we'll keep an eye on that very cool. Great to catch up with you as always. And as this moves forward. We'll talk to you again soon. A lot Mark. At four zero seven.

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"husted" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"husted" Discussed on WTVN

"Is it too early for Christmas lights, are you that neighbor more on that in a second? Coming up on the show today. There's a a small PGA tour event called the tour championship that. Yeah. Ten million bucks is up for grabs. A no name golfer named Tiger Woods is in summer touting is this is it this is his weekend. This is when he's going to do it. We will talk to Mr. Gulf Ray Husted can get his take on that. So that's coming up in just a couple of minutes if you found ten thousand dollars in a purse ten grand cash cash money. What would you do? Nobody else around. Nobody sees you find it just you in the purse in the money, and you find it ten grand in cash you turn it in. What do you do? We will get to that question and your participation. In just a little bit. Also, the most fun cities in America. We'll get to I'll give you a hint. Columbus is not on that list. Probably not even in the top fifty or a hundred of that list. That's coming up the self driving shuttle. I think this is really really cool. The self driving shuttle here in Columbus, you comfortable riding in vehicles, not being driven by a human me. Would you do that the autonomous? And this is that somebody's actually going to be in the vehicle. But they're not actually operating the vehicle. We'll get to that in a little bit too. Would you be would you be okay with that? Would you would you ride in that? We'll do that right around five. Oh, seven ish. We'll get to that yesterday. It was breaking news on the show. Bert and Ernie were gay. But I guess they're really not according to this the sesame workshop tweeted Tuesday that the characters are just best friends, and they have many human traits, but remained puppets. And they don't have sexual orientation. So that's it with Sesame Street. That's I guess the long and short of it that they're not they're not actually gay. They they want you to know the producers of Sesame Street, they want you to know that Burton nerdy. Or they're not gay. Day tweeted, this out the characters are best friends have many human traits, but remained puppets, do not have sexual orientation. In a follow up. Tweeted says Sesame Street has always stood for inclusion and acceptance the tweets came in response to an interview published by quality with Mark Saltzman, an openly gay former writer for Sesame Street. He says that when he was writing the scenes with Burton, Ernie always felt that without a huge agenda. They were they were lovers. It's always it always has to be something in these situations. Are you upset about this? Josh. The fact that they are because I know we broke that yesterday, and we were talking about it. But the fact that they actually are not is I'm not shocked because upset me well because yesterday you actually kinda sounded happy about how I did you kind of did he Burke? No lovers. Are we burger that's what I'm saying? You sounded happy about it. No. I listen. I okay. It's not hard to imagine. I mean, they had separate beds. It is hard to imagine. No. I mean Burton earning were a little how do you determine where the away game is if there's two separate beds. I look at what I wasn't shocked when I heard that yesterday. I'll put it that way. But at the same time as a kid growing up, it never crossed my mind. But I never once thought. But then again, we're living in a, you know world now where parents are like, oh, no my four year old's transgender like, no, no, no, they're not. They don't know. What the hell? They're doing you. Stop it. The only way that any kid right now would think Berkner near gay is if their parents or somebody a grown adult push that agenda upon them. And by kid what age because my son is about to be five years. No idea. What gay means exactly my son's four has no concept of sexuality any then I want to keep it that way as long as possible. Now, look my son will talk about how he has girlfriends already. And and I mean that with girlfriends, no, I know, you know, talk about girls, and he does stuff like that. And Robert is he is so drawn to girls. Like, he I think you happy. I don't have any worries in that Mike like in the fat. No like all of his like, he just loves to hang out and play with girls already. And I don't think he knows what that means yet. He has drawn to them drawn. Yeah. He's stone. Stone is the same way. Yeah. He does. Like, he's always like Josephine is older sister will have friends over and he always wants to hang around them. And he'll say he'll ask. Her. Hey is blah, blah, blah coming up, and I'll go you never you never you mind. Don't worry about her in the night. I'm like good, Lord, man. I'll be asking that this is Burton or anything. Like, why did this guy feel the need to talk about it? Anyway, like why what was the deal what when sesame workshop has to reinforce the fact that they're they're stinking puppets here, man. They're just puppets. There's no sexual orientation involved in the puppets. Well, I don't you know, they have an autistic Sesame Street character. Now, I yeah, I saw that. Yeah. That's fine. That's fine. If you want to teach kids, you know about that. There are different, you know, people are spills sometimes different, right, right? Should accept everybody. But we don't need. Don't don't go opening network. Also, I was really glad to see sesame workshop tweet that out last night and just say. You know enough is enough. In addition. And let me expound on what you were saying I, and I don't know if this actually you feel this way, but I with regard to this and then bringing this up yesterday, and it was or what whenever it was. I was I was actually kinda mad. I'm like, why does everything has to wonder into this area? This type of area the P C area the book. Like, why can't you just leave that stuff alone? Why why does everything have to somehow be classified as something? Now, that's say, I don't understand people people need to compartmentalize and label everything it's its identity, politics, man. That's what it is. It's identity. Politics is win win. Things are so good and relatively speaking. Things would never been better in the history of humanity. We've never been more comfortable, we've never had more wealth. We've never had more luxury. We've never had more just everything around us is based makes our lives easier. It's like, you people are searching for strife, people are searching for reasons, they need a reason to feel different term portent. Or like, you think that could be the reason because everything is so cushy around us. Could they get bored? They're like, okay. I got to find something else. I've gotta find. So identity politics. You know, I'm a pan sexual dragon kin, you know, non binary, whatever it's like, no, you're just inventing stuff because you feel this desperate need to stand out when you're just another person. Okay. You're you're inventing. You're literally inventing different language. Terms stuff that so listen Burton nerdy. Continue to have adventures do your Burton or anything and just go on with it, man. And like, let's just get past it. I get it right on the heels of this, by the way, the you know, we had the story yesterday. We didn't get to it. But with the pampers thing getting rid of the Sesame Street characters possibly due to gender issues. That's yeah. Come on. Man is nothing sacred any more nothing and pampers had to say, no, we did not get rid of Sesame Street characters because they were too masculine while they're denying that. But what why else would they I don't think they did? Get rid of the characters. I think they're just not. Well, no, they what it is is the and as I'm reading here they've been slowly phasing out designs, featuring Elmo big bird, cookie monster Oscar, the grouch, but the reasons why are still not clear spokesman for pampered says they deny like you just said they're denying the gender issues at anything to do with this. We talked to thousands of parents, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And we learned there was a growing desire for mom and dad's for modern fresh graphics. I what in a spokesperson for Sesame Street was asked. Why were they removed? She said the paper a link that had details about pampers current support for our gender equality work is what they go on to say God nothing. Nothing is talking about diapers. I know it. I know. Yeah. It's it's definitely with the burden. Ernie thing them coming out. Now, I'm like, why are they still talking about? And here we are. We're still talking about it. That's just that's as crazy as people putting up Christmas decorations on September nineteenth. And I know there are some of you out there. You can't tonight right now. Somebody's going. He he's talking about me. Mark don't lie. You bet. You don't have anything to you at the blazer house. So I do have a confession. Oh god. Now. Wait, wait. Wait, wait. Wait, wait. I have a confession. I first of all is it too early for Christmas lights or Christmas decorations. I mean, should they be up your reaction eight to one TV and one eight hundred six ten WTVN. I do have a confession. What I so back in the day. When I lived in an apartment, I wasn't with my wife or even dating her then I did have a Christmas tree that my mom ended up giving me she got from a house that she cleaned in mere field. They gave it to her for whatever reason. And Josh, I'm not kidding. This tree was probably like a two three four thousand dollar tree. They had them in like ten different rooms in this monster in mere field. And this thing had like real French horns hanging on it. I kid you not. I mean, it was bad ass. I mean, it was really kept it up all year. I that year. I actually did keep it up because I go, man. This thing is unreal. So I kept it up through June. And I gotta tell you. I am I had this girl back to my apartment after a date. And when we came in everything was going fantastic, by the way. So the only thing I can attribute to possibly wrecking. This would be this tree. And she kind of alluded to that too. We walked in. And she goes, oh, you still you still have you saw the Christmas tree. Like, I bring this girl back to my apartment after our date which had been going really well, and she sees the tree and she's like, oh man her demeanor completely changed after that. And she saw the tree. And what it did? Was it made me say, okay. I guess I be that guy where I'm like, I like it so much I'm leaving it up because after that she and like I said things were going great on this date. And then right after she cut it short that. And I'm like what just happened? It was so bizarre. And then somebody got on one of those French horns. Where? That's how the rest of the year with her. Oh, I saw I got a guy down the street. I saw him putting this Christmas lights up today on my way in from. No, no, no. Did he you know, who you are down by Dublin CEO to high school? You know, exactly who you are. Well, the only thing I can think is it's warm out. So you're not gonna freeze while you're putting your lights up. Now. What if what if you put them up now? And then you don't light them up like you don't plug them up. But you just put them up. They're gonna come on. He's going to test them. I guarantee you. He's testing them right now. Clark griswold. Stop it. Can we have Halloween first before you go putting your Christmas lights and decorations up? And so help me God. If I see a candy cane is yard. I'm gonna kick it. You're gonna govern snap. It. I will. We have those. We actually put them up. Not right now, though, not right now. No, no, no, no..

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"husted" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on Still Processing

"That the way I barely make my life work is still not working that I have a nervous breakdown about it as you see in the peace, what's your reaction? Well, it's hard for me because the picture of wellness is so tied up in someone like Gwyneth and I, I actually love Gwyneth like I'm not one of those people that think she's terrible. I kind of really love her life and I love that she named apple apple, like a handy. So happy like I, I think it's hard because Gwen is co option of what now is being represented as a type of wellness aesthetic or or industry or lifestyle is really helpful to a lot of people, but because it's going and because when it is already this object of ridicule and because of the way it is distorted through the lens of goop in that you get ninety dollars B-vitamins it becomes something that's very easily dismissed and easily seen as for Fru or were suing. It's bad for the cause. No, I don't think it's bad for the 'cause I think it's bad for people who actually need those things who feel like they're not. It's unacceptable to them because this is the way it's refracted. Right. I think for people who this has always been useful for, I think particularly communities of color communities of non binary people, non gender, conforming people who who understand what it really means to have a wellness routine in need wellness as a means for survival, not leveling up and not. It's not aspirated for large swath of the community, or it's just like right inherited. You know what I mean? Like one of the relationships that I have to wellness where like herbal medicine or plant medicine is in my mother who is white, grew up very rarely in southern Virginia, and they were to Puerto the doctor. So they had, you know, a local person growing herbs that they then took. So it was born out of necessity. So like my relationship to that will never be shaped by someone like with Ryan. So I don't think it's bad for the 'cause I think it just kind of makes me feel tense because I, I don't like the way that practices that are integral to me are easily written off as nonsensical because of. The way they represented through things like, does that make sense? It makes totally. I feel the same way about the things that I do. You know, in the times where I've gone to meditation as an emergency to hear about it from people who heard about it from the guy who does like the four hour work week, just like meditate so that you can be a millionaire. Those are like, I get it. I get. Yeah. I also come from a community in very poor Husted a communities. Like, you know, my family is ultra orthodox, although they don't like that term, but being ultra-orthodox means you don't listen to podcasts. Yeah, never know. And there is a huge part of that population that did not have health insurance, and there are old women in the community who tell you that if your joints hurt stop eating tomatoes, and that's not different right than what it says on goop so I don't know. So what is all this stuff look like? Now I read a report, the. Basically said that it sometime around two thousand sixteen after the election, the search for the term wellness or maybe the term self care was both actually escalated spike through the roof, and I think that it's really fascinating to think about what we need in the performance of not only wellness but care self or otherwise. I think goop is trying very hard to represent wellness, but I think that it is doing the same thing. It does when you're searching it and they say, hey, do you want some face oil? They're looking to us to see what we want. I remember that amazing New Yorker piece Jia Tolentino wrote about skin care, right? Like that resonates to me to that, like the reaction to that is now here's where you buy it. Gwyneth will tell you all she's doing his Lincoln to the product which is different, but..

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"husted" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"There's even a Berlin set openning which actually features the fall of the Berlin Wall, and I'm incredibly credibly perplexed as to why that decision was made outside of maybe just because the very cinematic -ly on trend at the moment because there is this contrast of very specific historical circumstances. There's the code will there's espionage in the Middle East and also area at one point Husted Seidel up to Nazis hiding out in Syria, but there's no meaningful connection made between any of those things and it just makes you feel like why? Why said it was the point of sending in Sasha specific. Historical setting because otherwise this film is just filled with sorrow, many familiar tropes and it is completely generic. It could be anytime anyplace it could be in deep space and it wouldn't really make that much difference. Ari is the placid unflappable cool kind of spy who has a tragic backstory, whether he had a child killed in an accident, and then quickly followed by an anguish, divorce, and that trauma hardly surfaces except for the fact that he'll physically wince at the site or mention of children. Paul from that, there's no no other emotion that and with perfect timing. He comes across the puck, radiance American photojournalist played by Olivia Thirlby who he valiantly rescues from danger q. romantic, subplots, Ariza Olivia. Toby, I think, gives the most energy and the Merced personality to this whole film, but I still really struggled to see her character's anything more than just a disposable porn. As for the narrative. And that I think can be said for pretty much any female character in this film, the plot is just kind of needlessly meandering. Their sudden tons at the film doesn't actually spend the time to explain there is some reliable double crossing which you always need a spy film. But the film has been so predictable up to that point that you just know the double crossing is coming, which kind of takes the fun out of it. And I think the violence is brutal brutal violence hit, but not really with any dramatic effect. And I think that's partially because the action isn't really given room to breathe, feels very truncated in a bit fumbling, and it feels very frustrating because I think that initial premise seem so intriguing that it doesn't even begin to meaningfully explorer it, which is a shame. Wow. Sorry? No, don't we want to hold a job? Is. NFL Anthony, like much. I live with OB was very, very good. Yeah, I did struggle outside of that. It's such a shame as well with it being Joan. Hart's lost. Yeah, last pieces. Well, but it's just such is such a small role is only two or three things by John's. He's not really going to do. Okay. Damascus cover that. We got some other correspondences come in for. Mission impossible on mama. Mia, I thank you to Assif Ahmed from combo in Cambridgeshire the action mission. Impossible. Six is on relenting for two and a half our film. It's extremely brisk pace like a Disney foam where songs have been replaced with action scenes on the whole, the practical effects and son to what we'd otherwise be CGI cluster bomb, taking away from the immersion in suspense director. Christopher recording crews. Take us on, although the action was well choreographed. I felt that we'd entered an ITO of one short over Hearst, fight scenes as per John wick and felt that this film could have benefited from slightly quick editing in the fight scenes which are believe we'd have helped with the joke review of the fight scenes that are moments of over exposition, which took me out of the movie as well as their being a few too many endings, but not to the point that I didn't enjoy the phone call in, oh, this is the epitome of summer blockbusters his Disney movie. Dear Karmiel mayo stunned ins would rip and rollercoaster ride new mission. Impossible is Tom Cruise is a lunatic. But as you rightly said, last week, think of the common who had to film his stunts skydiving scene is a thing of breathtaking greasy and the men's toilet sequence makes early born films look like a spot on Loveland. This could be one of the best action movies ever made with lots of delightful twist with a well-paced script. Relentless sensational auction on each rounded, carnage affiliate volved..

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"husted" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Okay but let's just finish work though so then i have now that it's me today because i still could use more press so i have in there my little cards at say hey all my social media my podcast this and that where am i i've now gone somewhere else i show up a couple of days i show up days later weeks sorry weeks later and just dropped off in an alley and i i don't know what happened i just remember sony hit my head i was in a dark room i was fed and i wasn't sexually assaulted but then one day they distraught me off in the sally and now i'm home and i'm ready to be funny again okay now that's one scenario and there's a lot of downloadable stuff on your website about you exactly sure now do you think that because of all these datelines and people watching them religiously as i have do you think there's going to there's more of these stories coming up or where the truly person was kidnapped but the cops were also fans of dateline start to think it could have been a fake kidnapping because there was that couple i mean the aaron quinn and he's husted up in the up in vallejo i mean that's exactly the story telling which is that which the police didn't believe them and they ended up suing the police department there and i think they just got up settle on a couple of weeks ago and you know they had to go through really unimaginable thing in which like they not only had been victims of this terrible crime both of them separately had but then like the police the not only did police seem to be not pursuing it but that their friends you know had to listen to the police say they made it up and they want to be on a reality shows i mean it was it was it was it was terrible of course they actually were crime victims in the person was arrested think at your program might have added to the thoughts of the police thinking that it was fake if you're trying to get us to do is show before you even stage this ridiculous this is not good because we're going.

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"husted" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Dude who'd from the merchant venice file on many uses for that i could see that this would be useful in many circumstances and for the people at the graveside morning they were touched like oh my god her poor husted dear yeah so milk info police that he had fractured ribs in a neck injury his parents were constantly at his bedside police spoke to doctors which i'm not sure if they did they would learn that he didn't have any fractures or injuries right right i guess not so back in kent in england clears mother betty was absolutely devastated beerbrewed orders death of course she told police cleared called her the day before and had told her of a close call she anelka mit had a month earlier on a remote road malcolm had taken her him out on a long drive in the country they're going off the road but a small bush should say them from going over a review and a farmer had come along and pulled g out with a tractor so that setting off alarm bells in betis head which include rehearsal kinda i or failed attempt rate yep for weeks leading up to the accident claire had been complaining to friends of feeling unwell the day before her death she gone to a fitness class with her friend leslie roberts as they were chatting afterwards clear said that there was definitely something wrong with her and she planned to see a doctor now leslie with a nurse in she had worked alongside clarin malcolm at the hospital she was asked pick up some clothes for malcolm at their house while he was hospitalized while she was there at the house she saw three bottles of hospital medication on their coffee table so she saw the epilepsy drug epa lim your must bure european enter compulsions snow when used over here a k also abadala carbamazepine german firm uplifted.

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"husted" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"You i say hi i apologise made the right choice so so let's let's start with a a little background on you are bosnich because one of the things that fascinates me about your story is that you uh unlike so many of of us review grew up jewish i did a group of up pretty religious jew in fact my father was siddig on which exit you people will recognizes the weird beardie jews that are always wearing black arm my father was known as laid haass said to me that he didn't wear the beard needed and where the uh the black and he didn't wear the fancy hats while at others called undercover undercover husted accent me under undercover to sneak sneaky it yeah exactly stealth pass it yeah um um flying over iran just every noah so often but his a my motic scholar so i grew up in a fairly religious jewish household on i like to say that my father was jewish and my mother was bluish uh because i grew up it's sort of half crystals and home the opposite they and a half new judaeism while deuteronomy so it's it's a nice mix that sounds so wonderful that's yeah you got you got all the things there you got the chocolate in the peanut butter i don't think at that point or you allowed to eat anything no prima it's just like it's rebuke free range koogle thought here the motsa balls howard results salt the tears of native peoples it's a whole thing and in you got blood goes made of kale at that point.

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"husted" Discussed on News Talk 1490

News Talk 1490

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on News Talk 1490

"Holiday gift for someone special and this is personal it's very personal and on joining us now we have both of you ladies here online katie and jennifer is that correct good morning to you all now this is a lucy katie burns and jennifer cruzi act now you're what are you like high school buddies or something he decided to do this together went well how did this all happened so we didn't know each other and high school but our husted instead they went to school together okay and we met her husband's that's how it happened mostly we'll tell me hold his business started there's a lot of different ideas decreed a business use you decided to create gift baskets in in your kind of her i mean give basques have been around for a while my gosh probably since the beginning of time but this is a little bit different maybe you can explain that to our listeners sure yeah so um eighty i actually have a nonprofit that i run with my husband um that we started after our older daughter emma was born in 2014 tho every year we have a mother take you for mom you have had a law and hugh two years ago now we were getting ready for the mothers at and putting little defects together for all the ladies who are coming in because if we wanted to personalize the of i've let them feel like they were leaving with something special mmhmm so john was hoping and we were doing it and everybody that was blocking through cornerstone of hope which is where we host the tea was saying oh my gosh those are so cute everything looks great on we love the is then we kind of were looking at each other like we could probably started business doing something like us so it really happened organically and really fast quite frankly it kind of i've gotten a life of its own um so that's how the idea start at and then um we started officially a couple of months after that and we have always said from the beginning that you know we want things to be like you said very personal everything we do with custom for the client needs um we don't hold like a lot of inventory your staff because every gift that we.

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"husted" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"husted" Discussed on iMore

"Okay let's do it oh my gosh i so i've been obviously this is a new phone i've been playing with it like all the time in and face ideas obviously going to be a bit of an energy users so is an emoji and in these different things and in fact like this is a fullscreen display yes in bright and all these things i have not had any issues with battery at all battery in this thing is beast i'm so impressed uh i don't i will say like i most of the time and connected to wifi um i don't watch a lot of videos or anything on it but i do use it a lot and like the screen is is lit up and i've been getting my settings all set up it's been downloading staff it's been working pretty hard and i am so impressed at the end of the night with how much batteries leftover it's incredible i personally haven't had to even i haven't even thought about the better issue because such as toss it onto my charger i have a charge of right next to me at at on my cash i just i just husted on their side i never even think that but i am going to disneyland tomorrow so i will be overseeing will break i will he s i'll be using math antenna and i will share my diary of how how hard i pushed it how how can the battery was had got the cameras at night time so i will bring you i mean that's that's probably of all the things that i ever deal in life at thing that i've wastes battery anant use the hardest is when i go to disneyland 'cause i'm using it for apps i'm using it for games on standing in line ice to take pictures sell it's always working and that's a really great way to check like k k how good is the fn ten compared says iphone 7 plus in my case.

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"husted" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"husted" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Problems even in their own deepen the association but of course normal housing with after pence josh let me ask you a question about the filming of this movie you said you basically had to film it in secret within the committee how is that possible didn't people noticed a film crew in the in the community of burrow park didn't and people the actors talk amongst themselves to their friends and neighbors the film was incredibly difficult to make i mean because there's so many seem to this movie that we've never seen before documentaries could not have access we had a recreated so it's important for me to shoot in real suit markets real streets real real shools like actress which rocked out these before showing up the sat were way day of they refused to come because he will pressured them not to be in this film so we were always so aware of that people in bob with the storm had intense risks and the secret miss of it for us was that we want to protect these people because for them they want to express some based human needs and desires rachti every act we we all want express ourselves and for the people may disapper face to be bob with this film it was worth of have opportunity but menasheh he doesn't think that what he's doing is wrong you know when husted's i came to merca after world war two telephones were legal then hid cassettes were league will then cds where illegal for every time a new technologies emerged it's immediately is considered uncoached sure and then you're slow acceptance and menasheh harvest face a he sees his future of may gang kosher films i'm not as it of course so while i was watching this movie in on your struggling in this film so hard to keep your son my first thought of course.

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