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Atlanta - Social media thrilled with JT Daniels performance, but ponders why Kirby Smart didn’t play him sooner
"From dog nation. Social media thrilled. Jt daniels performance. But ponders why kirby smart didn't play him. Let's welcome in the author of that article connor. Thank you for being with us. First of all. Let's talk about the good news. I the fact that he played well for those who missed the game and it was not exactly the feature game of the day How did he play. I thought he was fantastic. Four hundred yards four touchdowns as the first georgia quarterback to do that since twenty thirteen for a program that has had lingering questions about this going back even pass through the twenty nine thousand nine season to have a performance like this especially when they couldn't run the ball. At all this was the worst rushing performances. One thousand nine hundred eighty six which is a total yards. Jt daniels doesn't play the way he does it. I think it's pretty fair to say. The georgia probably loses to mississippi state team numbers. Not that highly thought of coming into saturday. We're talking to kinda raw and lane kiffin alluded to that as well. Which is just a shocking statement. Is it not that we we ended up getting to this point for those who have not followed the vagaries connor of jt daniels. Do we know what the hold up was with him. in terms of clarence yeah so. His dad came out and made some comments today. You can read them a dog nation where he wasn't one hundred percent ready to go and august and even september. We know he wasn't clear to play in. That arkansas game came out right before the auburn game. Second game of the season and said jt daniels physically clear to play. Football games and reality is yours. Second game of the year. We didn't end up seeing him until the seventh game. We know he took that knee. Brace off prior to the tennessee game and practices in warm ups. But for whatever reason we didn't see him it may have been an issue of how comfortable he was in his knee. And the level of mobility that kirby smart was looking for that's something he's referenced. Many times based off what we saw on saturday that mobility was there the ability to make plays in really. I think the biggest question at least fans people who follow the program asked me or how close was jt daniels to what we saw on saturday back on november seventh when georgia played florida because if daniels plays like he did on saturday against florida. There's a real chance of jordan. Finds a way to at least made that game closer and possibly even win. It just truly amazing to think about how different this georgia season is and while they're having a better season than most two losses of Effectively out and georgia was expecting to be in atlanta at the end of the year and not watching on television or playing in another game. Just give us your your your read on the energy that has now maybe been brought back to a program that was seemingly dead in the aftermath of the florida game. It was a it was a mighty big fall from grace. Do you think this is going. Yeah people's energized. Even i think if. Jt daniels keeps playing away. He does. It is gonna keep people interested in tuned in the rest of the season. 'cause you point out. This is georgia program. Where going eight and two this year in a burst in the peach bowl. That doesn't do it for them. There was a lot of negative energy around this program. Losing the florida so for daniels will come out. Look good look like a possible at least certainly this season and potentially even long term solution at the quarterback position there for georgia. I think that's huge place. While again against south carolina and finishes the season out strong. I do think that can build a lot of momentum towards that twenty twenty one season when a lot of these skill players. That played really well on saturday night. Also come back to the storage team.
Over 900 Mayo Clinic staff in Midwest have contracted COVID-19 in past 2 weeks
"Heard about screwing a virus cases starting overwhelm hospitals in the upper Midwest, Iowa, North South Dakota, Minnesota among states have had rabid community spreads of Cove it for weeks now intensive care units in the areas they're feeling the strain. What happens that when the staff itself of the hospital? It's overwhelmed with infections. And that is the case that the same Mayo Clinic Hospital Network were over. 900 staffers are sick with covert 19 over just the last 14 days. After Connor lost. This is a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Doctor Thanks for being with us. Soul so much for the opportunity. So I guess like many people, I'm surprised because you hear Mayo Clinic and you think? Well, I mean, if any place is going to figure out how to contain the spread of this infection, it would be the Mayo Clinic. So how did it happen? Yeah, thanks. So much for the opportunity and things to your listeners for tuning in here. Um, 1st 1st thing I would say, even though we have a large number of our employees who are out sick and we have, you know, 900 health care workers diagnose with covert 19 over the past, 14 days and 1500 of our staff are out altogether. We still have a very robust staff at the Mayo Clinic. We are still here to care for our patients. So if we've got sick patients and to come to our they come to our emergency rooms. We're here for them. Here. Here is the issue. You know, we can control of what we can control as work and our workplaces safe. Our employees are not acquiring the covert 19 infection at work now, Nor are our patients getting it from our employees. But when our employees go home, and they take off their masks, and they socialize, and they go out to perhaps bars and restaurants That's where the problem is rising and 93% of the infections have been community acquired. So that's where we encourage everybody. Bought in our immediate area and across the country to do the basic things where your mask social distance be very careful practice excellent hand hygiene, So the reason is that we don't have control of what's going on in the community and encourage everybody to pitch in and that space so we can all defeat this together. There was this kind of like a two pronged thing. Number one. You tell the staffers. Maybe you don't go out as much. Maybe we shouldn't be going to the restaurants or, you know, limits the groups but then it's also on everybody else, like you said, because if people aren't wearing masks, or they do Thing too much. It's going to get around anyways. And you've got more chance is the more you are out. Exactly rice. And you know, Governor walls here in Minnesota, just, you know, put it effectively A stay at home order for the next four weeks between you know, Friday December 18 Tonto. Four weeks later, two bars and restaurants again scaled back to take out only Jim's being closed down so that the governor and the authorities are helping and we're is certainly encouraging our staff during the holiday period Thanksgiving. The social distance, too. You know if you have a typically involve a bunch of friends over, please, you know, scale that back social distance mask. Be very, very careful with your interaction. So we all have a part to play in this and we will defeat it. There's no doubt but we need to be very, very careful with the holiday period coming up, especially.
Small Cities Are A Big Draw For Remote Workers During The Pandemic
"All the remote working that americans have done since the start of the pandemic is changing the labor market. It can be a good thing for workers who can now live where they want and it also means that smaller cities like burlington vermont. Which were about to visit here could benefit from the heck your report in vermont public radio liam elder connors has more sierra allred works for a tech company in salt lake city utah and she was not expecting to move to vermont this year but when her husband got his psychiatric residency in this state she brought her job with her alread. Works remotely from a town. Just outside of burlington vermont's largest city. She says the pandemic helped shift her company's attitude about remote work i know from my coworkers. Nobody's been back to our office building since the pandemic started everybody's been working remotely and it's been going splendidly. Allred says vermont was in her first choice but it had access to the outdoors and internet. I want to be able to work on some algorithms. Some good code break for lunch and be able to walk out and take a walk down for st path or go sit by the river. Vermont has the second smallest and second oldest population in the country. State leaders have tried for years to find ways to attract more young people. Mike allred and what she likes about the burlington area its proximity to nature in generally good broadband has made it ideal for remote working. David bradbury president of vermont center for emerging technologies says for years. The state has had a small but growing community of remote workers mostly in tech building over time and these trends have only accelerated under pandemic. It's not just workers who stand to benefit from remote options companies also have something to gain now that physical location is less of a requirement marine michelini resident who works for. Ibm says remote. Work opens up a whole new pool of workers. Machelandon says her team has been remote since she joined in two thousand sixteen. And that's a huge difference in hiring someone that you've been friends with on twitter for a few years you've never met them in real life that you know that they have the skills you need you can reach out and they can join your team. More remote work options could be a big help for smaller cities. Like burlington and four vermont. A whole last year estate program offered grants to remote workers if they moved to vermont and that initiative brought in one hundred and forty new workers but this year the pandemic has made vermont more attractive to new residents. Now the question is does that continue. Jeff cars president of an economic consulting firm based in vermont. A recent survey by researchers at the university of vermont found a third of people who moved to the state during the pandemic say. They're likely or very likely to stay. Car estimates that could boost the state's population by almost eleven thousand. But he says people might leave once. There's a vaccine or treatment for covid nineteen. It's up to us to make it sticky by controlling things like you know making sure the cost of living is there that there's affordable housing options for these folks allred from salt lake city. Says she and her husband aren't planning to stay in vermont forever. We don't know yet. We will end up. But we're looking colorado montana wyoming. Some of these areas are just breathtaking. All smaller rural areas already can continue to enjoy the outdoors and thanks to remote work. Keep her job for npr news. I'm liam elder connors in burlington vermont.
Sexual abuse a problem for the whole UN system
"The un's first of victims rights advocate. Jane jenkins has confronted uncomfortable reality sexual abuse. And it's haitian or s a short carried out by un personnel. Most reason report detailed eighty s cases aren't peacekeeping and political missions in one thousand nine hundred and ninety five allegations recorded at other un entities three years on from the start of her mandate which began in september. Two thousand seventeen. I spoke to him as connors. Who said that. Since it's become more apparent at the ongoing issue of sexual abuse and exploitation goes beyond the peacekeeping sector we saw in two thousand and eighteen very the early part the allegations relating to oxfam in haiti which made it clear that humanitarian engage in this behavior. I think there's been a big movement. I don't know how much i i mean. It's very difficult to assess yourself in terms of achievements. But i think the understanding that we have a system wide problem worth more than a problem and that a victims rights approach has to be taken system wide I think that's now understood. The implementation is more complicated We're moving in the right direction. These victims trust has been abused. The trust in the united nations has been abused. How then is it possible for you to convince victims that you as the as the right field rights advocate. You'll team are people that can be trusted. The field victims rights advocates. They are individuals who are able to generate trust and certainly where abuses concerned Jeff neatly are an sexual sexual exploitation. Also definitely this Affects trust in the organization but at the same time There is a little bit of research on what people feel even in the context. Where in abuse and exploitation they do feel that the united nations has more to offer in very difficult situations than even in contexts where Trust has been abused to To a certain to a high extent but in the context of the work of the field victims rights advocates. They send a lot of time with. Were we describe as community based complaints networks in other words with Community structures which are more or less comprised of the desert various in various context police. The religious bodies. I'm a children's rights bodies women's rights bodies etc and They engage with a lot of capacity building information sharing and things of that nature and they also make it clear that They are available to have complaints brought to them and more than that they do. Concrete things in order to deal with the issues that confront Confront victims and in general what they are interested in is medical attention psychological care ways to put them in a position where they can gain livelihoods and if they have children born of sexual exploitation and abuse. They really want to say efforts. Some real efforts put in place. So that The parental responsibility of the father of the child is brought to bear and That's that's really does Re rebuild trust in an anonymous way just small things. i mean. they're not really that small. If you're the person involved One of my victims rights advocates Recently worked with the ministry of women are in one of the countries to ensure the bank accounts could be established for women with With successful claims relating to the fathers of their children and that's difficult to see we failed to remember. There are practical things. You can't get remittances if you don't have a bank account. You can't get a bank account if you don't have a job so it's those nitty gritty. Little things really go a long way to rebuild. Trust i've seen it happen. I went to an example. I can give you is. I went to haiti in april. Two thousand and eighty. I met with the women with children who have unresolved paternity claims. It was an uncomfortable meeting as you could imagine. And they were very forthright. They said we've seen people like you before you come. You talk to us you tell us oh laced wonderful things then you go away. We hear nothing. And i said to them what what would make things different for you. And they talked about the fact that their kids couldn't go to school. And i said well i can't promise anything but i will do my best And i was able with the help of the victims rights advocate there at the time Moved on now to get a little bit of money pulled together which supported school fees and And school supplies for these children. And apparently he the feel victims. Rights advocate met with these women at the end of two thousand and eighteen. And they sit him. She kept her promise. And it just makes a big difference. I mean knows a. It's the things that really Work a small step can rebuild. Trust to to a great extent kind of collaboration. Are you getting from member. States from the countries contributing troops some of whom have committed these abuses is clearly a very important part of facilitating paternity tests making of accountability house. I it will depend on the relevant member state but but there have been some very encouraging encouraging steps food with regard to Several member states In particular with regard to paternity claims. This is i really do. Focus on. Accountability generally is Something that i do. Focus on within that context. I focused on what is spoken of move by the victims and that is the issue of The support that the father should give to a child born sexual exploitation and abuse. So i've i've put a big focus on that a narrow encouraging signs with regard to some states we had a very interesting A webinar with member states about three weeks ago with south africa talked about The steps it's taking with respect to Some of its troops with regard to paternity claims so are the signs are encouraging and when you have one two states who step forward that creates an interesting of the states who don't want to be left behind so to speak and in in view of that we are convening. I'm with with the conduct. Disciplined service with I am convening a working level meeting Next year on resolution of paternity claims Within the states and Hopefully we'll be able to to developer sort of coherent roadmap least forgot to the way four but all i can say is the signs are encouraging I'm i'm suppose something unusual. Un staff member. I would say things are encouraging rather than brilliant and it is a price they said. It's bringing everybody along but if you had some states who going forward that will really encourage others now. This of course should never happened. Sexploitation abuse by angle but particularly people. Who are supposed to be the protectors. Do you think now office three years. This is something that can be stopped or is it really just a question of mitigating. This fisher well it you know. It's a un staff member. This behavior is very Not only is. It is very hurtful to victims obviously to communities flies in the face of what we're supposed to be doing and of course it. It hurts other stuff members that who feel the which This is this is just a a a betrayal of the oval the ideals about seventy five. He is of a organization I am never i. I don't think that the behavior is inevitable and accordingly. I think the behavior is a behavior that can be stoked I think come. I think i think we have various levels of perpetrators however so some Some they will be Some may will be perpetrators Bound to perpetrate. If you know what. I mean But often a matter of Alva different power extreme vulnerability situations in extreme vulnerability and opportunities. So i think there'a the the issue of the power imbalances something. That's certainly we can. We can deal with addressing the whole culture of exploitation moving into that abuses. Something we can do. But it needs a lot of work and It needs some consistent work. We can see that it's possible to change behavior. It may be more difficult to chain attitude. But i think certainly from my point of view. The behavior can be stopped juicy. Very good examples. I saw in one of my visits Worker for police commissioner. Who had put in place various In in a in a particular context where Whether there was the the police who engaged in the the Police from the police contributing countries that engaged in a lot of sexual exploitation abused road right down by really paying attention to mitigation measures looking at early warning just continually raising consciousness of the total unacceptability of the behavior. And this had worked. The numbers had definitely come down. So things can be done and of course the basic issue is that we're working in contexts. Where those who do become subject to this Conduct often in a very often considered Contextual consideration of women and children in some of these contexts is is pretty bad also so they have the legal framework policy framework doesn't necessarily won't put women on women and children on the same level as men. The behavior which is engaged in by on u n personnel tolerated in the broader community. It requires a lot of work and not just in an isolated way but Also dealing with the challenges that confront those who are in extremely vulnerable situations in the countries where we operate.
Why VanEck Got Into Esports ETFs
"What was the genesis of vanak deciding. They wanted to get into gaming sports right. Like when you're doing a million other kind of sectors sectors like how did that come about and twenty eighteen. You know when. We're when we're thinking about an i'm speaking from my corporate hat. You know where you're thinking about how we're gonna watch on what's focus on. There's so many different things you can do so many opportunities out there right so and dematic. Ets are really hot right now. So demand etf is when you busy are not arbitrarily what you come up with. The new games are a great investment idea or Healthcare whatever it is. This is a good idea. So we're going to build an index around so there's a lot of market research that goes into what's out there now like i mentioned there was one other huge job right now. We know what we want back in eighteen. That's not really that crowded so zone. In other areas there might be seventy eight yes right. So how many other guys are playing this story. what's the competition. And then maybe there's five or ten five or six s out there and they're not really bringing in a lot of money right so you could be like a spivey jobs out there. They had their big mama five years ago. Nothing's happening to them right now for the game was just like right place right time. There was an energy. I don't know if you recall back and so we really started getting going. I would say mid year end at second quarter. Two thousand and eighteen or night creates right. Now that's basinger. Espn dot com people. Being like wait a minute. This guy's a millionaire playing video games so when you see something happening like that as organic energy that's just kind of in the ecosystem and how two thousand eighteen once for video you just. It's just a business know. It's a combination of great great timing perfect Factors that are going on. Where's the energy going. And he just kind of turned right away. That that's how i would see it. I mean i suppose to think about right that major appearing on tv right like ends up creating a financial financial products like way over here read lack. The effect of his stardom in that in that year and sort of his rise had all these other sort of add on consequences that we don't even think about a hundred percent. And i think it goes a lot to the peter listening advanced than what you know right. So when you have people who are investment professionals and people who are investing. Let's say thirty five to sixty right so they have kids right so you have and their kids spending all the money a fortnight watching twitch watch union all so it's where their kids are talking about it now it's on the front page of the wall street journal on espn dot com. So it's like what's going on here and it kinda kinda gives people off. So that's what i mean. When i said over the last few years we've gone from people being like what's going on here to be like okay. This is this is real sock going away in. We're we categorize it as kind of a long term structural perot's industry his. There's a lot going on. You've got strong revenue growth as you know you got crazy userbase growth and i think what a lot of people don't understand it is not just twelve year olds fifteen-year-olds plan with her parents credit cards. He's a thirty five year olds. Who had jobs and make connor thousand dollars a year and they spend a lot of money only And you guys know that. I think a lot of people don't so that there's that it's it's been really long. Don't don me all my wife any of this j patient in the same boat too. I be a grandma again. Don't don't let her steve. My cosmetic digital item spent firmly hidden in this family. A song on cad. How much i had already know. Honey valve is
What Drives Successful People with Michael Rea and Brad Bromlow
"We'll fire nation as i shared the introduction. We're talking all about what the heck drives a successful people. And i have to successful people on the mike today and i want to start with you mike and talk to us a little bit about the importance of role models in your life like how they shaped you as an entrepreneur. Break that down for us. Yeah good question. I would probably classify my role models into two buckets. I think that my parents Served as really the kind of foundational foundational role models in my life. You know setting values at a young age You know the small things intrigue other people like you want to be treated. Do you say you're going to do and really you know kind of questioning asking. Are you willing to work harder than everyone else to achieve. Whatever it is you're trying to achieve And i think that they they really helped me do that. They helped me appreciate the correlation between hard work and financial reward and to balance. That all with you know really a question of ethics. Are you comfortable with whatever you're doing being you know information that could be shared widely And and and it's a delicate balance. But i think it's one that they helped me understand in in my Connor younger years I would say that the second set of of mentors That i've had are really probably businessmen tours. There's two individuals that i i would kind of label in that category and i think the the help that they provided as really you know guidance from a an entrepreneur's perspective that's invaluable. You know they've lived a lot of the same situations they've dealt with a tough problems a lot of times. They can provide perspective that Makes whatever it is. You're dealing with not seem so daunting i'd probably the last thing on the on the business mentor. Side is just accountability to someone from a business perspective. A lot of times when you're running your own business accountability You know is not as easy to come by because there's no one to answer to So having those folks to say something out loud to and have them check in question And see how you're doing is has been something that's been really helpful. Bradley's pass it over to you talk about any role models you've had. I mean you know you were a former nuclear submarine officer myself being in the military. I know role models are big there but talk about that. How they shaped you as entrepreneur specifically just peeing backing off of what he said. My parents also were big role models. My parents are entrepreneurs. They started their business Thirty three years ago. Which coincides with when i was born So i kind of got to see firsthand entrepreneur life. I think a lot of people kind of see success of an entrepreneur but they don't see the initial starting phase like the struggle the grind in that part. And i i did get to see that with my parents like i got to see the struggles financially. And then obviously the rewards later on in life on with their business so I think that is a unique circumstance. Don't think a lot of people get to grow up with their appearances entrepreneurs so That is i mean. They've been very important role models and they've still helped me to this day with our with our business. A lot of things that we do we wouldn't be able to do without them And then Actually in the fitness world of a lot of role models that we've kind of we became friends with as our social media platforms have grown And i've been able to pick their brains which is a really awesome feeling To be able to reach out to some successful people have kind of already foraged. Pass forward And you get to gun. Ask him questions But i think that role models are important regardless of whether you know they're your parents are or some person i think. Social media brings the ability for people to meet role models See someone that's doing something similar or even just a completely different path but just can can reach out to those people and ask for information and you'd be surprised at how helpful people are willing to be on your your journey when they see that you're willing to put in the work.
Election Live Updates: Race narrows to key states as outcome remains unclear
"Donald Trump has 58% of the vote to Joe Biden's 40% in Pennsylvania. Right now in the state attorney general Race Heather Hyderabad has pulled ahead of Josh Shapiro. She has 55% Timothy before now leads in the state auditor general race with 58% in the treasurer's race. Stacy Garrity has 57% Congressional races in the 14th Die Russian dollar has 66% 15th Congressional district Glen Thompson leads with 77% in the 16th Mike Kelly has 71% in the 17th district. Connor Lamb is ahead with 52% Mike Doyle leads in the 18th with 85% in the Statehouse in the 21st district. Sarah in Morocco has 83% of the vote. Other leaders are bred in Marko's sick, Emily scope ofthe Listen God, you're showman and Frank Dermody for complete election coverage and updates log onto Katie kay radio dot
Election 2020: Polls unclear, lots of new voters
"Enough people to get the most accurate polling possible. And even the polling that was done for Franklin and Marshall. The total sample was less than 600 people. 558 likely Pennsylvania voters. Between October 19th and the 25th with a margin of error of 5% points. There's also the issue of You still have a lot of Trump supporters. At least their argument is The Trump supporters are not being honest with the posters. And it's not so much an issue of willful dishonesty. I mean, they're not lying from their perspective. What they are is just answering in a way that is most socially desirable to answer. Maybe not an overwhelming number of people, but enough Trump's supporters that even to a pollster They know it's not popular. To say that there are trump supporter and let's be honest. I mean, ever since Trump declared to run all the way through to this very day, the maybe for a glimpse in time in the past 5.5 6 years. He had approval numbers above 50%. Most of his time. He's been in the low forties, so you could argue that it's just not Socially acceptable to say that you're a trump supporter, even to a pollster. So they think that there are those who are just not being honest enough with pulses for their own reasons. And that the polls even after 2016 still struggling to get it right, where state Poles underestimate Republican strength in the Midwest and in Florida. Where the underrated the GOP's final margin 28 of 33 different times. And that the polls also underestimated the Republican leading Florida in 2018 and North Carolina in 2019. Southwest a bit of a different issue where Democrats aren't Their margins. They undershot those numbers. 17 of 19 times where it really matters, though, is what's happening here in Pennsylvania and Right now, when you look at the It's like a place like really clear politics where they aggregate all of the polls. And you're now within a margin that is within the margin of error is like 3.8% and most poles that are being mixed into that process, have margins of errors that are around four averaging it all out, so clearly they could be making the mistake. The opposite direction. Next thing you know, Baez, not up, 38. Trump is up points to On the flip side, it could be Biden up 78. That's where we are and the importance of Pennsylvania. It's critical. There's no state that has as much influence On what happens with the Electoral College than Pennsylvania does. This is it. You have a giant state like California. They have no influence because everybody knows where they're going. New York the same way. Maybe the biggest Republican state that was a lock four years ago. That is now kind of a toss up. But this point His Texas There's a real possibility that Texas could flip and go Blue and that that's the case The party's over doesn't make a difference with Pennsylvania does at that point No or any challenges that the Trump campaign would make. To what happens here in Pennsylvania. But according to Fivethirtyeight, They say that of all the states, Pennsylvania has a 40% chance of being the decisive state. Which means Everybody's vote counts. Everybody's vote matters. If you're a soft supporter for somebody make it a point to go vote. Because your vote's going to count in this And considering how close like Connor Lamb one in his first You run for Congress. Was what one vote per precinct. Could you get margins, potentially that tight across the Commonwealth between Biden Trump Very likely. What's also interesting to is that the surge of new voters That is coming this time around. Estimated that more than 16 million voters who did not cast a ballot in 2016 have already voted this year. Imagine that 60. Million people that didn't vote four years ago have already voted. This year. Toe, let alone the people who will go to the polls and actually vote in person. Then the question becomes out of these new voters. Are they more likely to be Biden voters or Trump voters? If you didn't vote four years ago Who are you voting for It Love to hear 866391 at 10 20. For whatever reason you didn't vote. Maybe you were too young to vote. Maybe you just sat out that one in thought Dad's Trump in Hillary. I'm not voting on this thing, but you're voting this time around. Love the here. Young people
Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market launches GoFundMe campaign
"Market is wrapping up a go fund me campaign and accepting some large donations to help their operations. So how are they doing here? Is kow, Saddam's cousin. It's Connor Murphy, general manager of Reading Terminal Market says they are on track to reach their go fund me campaign gold this weekend. It started two weeks ago, and the initial goal was $250,000. And so far we have close to 4000 people who have contributed to that campaign, and they've received an additional pledge from barstool sports. Savory, generous. He reached out and also offered some matching funds, he says. Well, numbers are Down. The market is still operating, as usual with an additional push on their grocery delivery service because of the uncertainty around covert. We just don't want to make any assumptions about the next few months going into 2021, he says. While the pandemic has had its challenges, the best part about this fundraising campaign for the market has been the messages People have left alongside their donations. You know when they came here during lunchtime when they were in college in Philadelphia, But now they're living on the other side of the country or people who got married here. A determinant of events are who came here after a heavy Saturday night.
Grandfather pleads guilty in toddler's death in cruise ship fall
"Responsible for an Indiana toddler who died in a fall from a cruise ship window has pled guilty to negligent homicide. Ron Connor reports As part of the plea agreement. Salmon Ella will not serve any time in prison for the death of Chloe Weaken. In July, 2019 Anello held 18 month old girl upto what he thought was a glass window, but it was open and she slipped from his grasp. And fell 150 ft. Earlier this year, Anello said he was horribly wrong about their surroundings and that it will always be a constant nightmare every day in every night for the rest of his life. Family is still suing Royal Caribbean over the incident. Rob content 93 WNBC Mobile News
Oilers say McDavid tests positive for COVID-19
"Because many people believe Connor mcdavid is the best player in the National Hockey League he has tested positive for covid nineteen, the oilers, the Edmonton oilers, his team announced. Monday night
NFL suspends all activities for Titans after positive COVID-19 cases
"Few players from Tennessee titans tested positive for in nineteen, which has prompted the NFL from suspending all activities bore the titans until more tests come out well, they came out The three titans week for opponent are the three steelers initial reports said that the game would be postponed until Monday or possibly even Tuesday. But an additional titans player tested positive on Thursday morning, which led to the temporary cancellation of this contest. The Titans and steelers will not be playing their game this week and the NFL must find a way to rescheduled game by maneuvering weeks and or even possible that the game may be lost. We don't really know yet by the way. NFL has spoken about issues such as this. It seems like they'll do whatever they can within reason to reschedule the game. As we know, the sport of football is a lot different than other sports and rescheduling games could be an issue due to the nature of the sport, but we're GonNa have to see what transpires throughout the year. This may not be the only time that something like this actually occurs and when it happened with the Saint Louis Cardinals Baseball, they could just reschedule doubleheaders at our seven. Years later in the season and kicked, that can down the road. I don't know if you can do that in the NFL is such a physical game and players need time to rehab throughout a week. They need time to heal because our bodies are so sore after a football game but. As. Of Right now, take Juju. James Connor. Big Ben King Henry Corey Davis Tanna Hill and whoever you were starting out of your lineups and adjust sucks I know hopefully some of you are in leagues where Your Commissioners on top of coordination and they allow you to drop without penalty and pick up after the week where no one else in you your league can go in and scoops. You dropped him connor no, one can pick them up and just be reassigned to your team from assuming not all leagues have that kind of freedom. Or that type of commissioner a Kinda does take a lot of work got enforcing laws to which are pretty cool right
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
Browns dealing with injury questions at tackle
"Us some news about steelers running back James Connor. Yoshimi sprained his ankle last night Laura now, Mike Tomlin said they're going to leave the white on them for this weekend. So they don't believe it's overly serious, but obviously couldn't finish last night's game in penny snow came and finishes the weeks second leading rusher play very well. Philip, he's got a case turf toe. He also didn't finish last night's game. The team is opening that it's mild. He's hoping that he'll be able to go. This week but PHILP Lindsey Nursing Turf Twenty three to Jerry painful for running backs a difficult injury, and of course, the bears right now are dealing with an unhappy Allen Robinson who today took off his social media pages all mentions of the bears he's unhappy with his contract situation. He's in the last year deal. He'd like a new contract and the fact that he is basically removing references to the bears on his social media platforms. An old trick also a new trick, but it also tells you a lot about players mindset, Alan Robinson not happy with the bears at this point in time.
UN chief names COVID, a ceasefire, and climate as UN75 priorities
"Let's make sure. That we have a global ceasefire, let's make sure that you'll have a vaccine and let's make sure that when we rebuild our economies through so. Fifteen. This. Is Colin from U. N.. News. September marks the most high profile period in the calendar the opening of the new General Assembly. session. This year is a special, the organization as it reaches its seventy fifth year. But preparations of overshadowed by the global. covid nineteen pandemic which has led to practically all of the events surrounding the general debates of the General Assembly being moved online. Ahead of the opening, you news may Yakub sense down an appropriate distance with the UN Secretary General Antonio Guitarist in this special that his own podcast find out what he wants to get out of the event and what can be salvaged from a year ridden with multiple crises. May began the interview on the subject that can't be ignored covid nineteen and Austin UN chief to assess global progress so far I'm very worried. I mean the pandemic Sean, the enormous fragility of the world's the not only ration- tool. The coffee that I mean, we have friend Julia. Climate Change to the lawlessness in cyberspace even to the risks of nuclear proliferation to the impacts of inequality. In the cohesion of societies but the the vitals that is a microscopic vitals has put us on our knees, and unfortunately, these should lead to a lot of humility in world leaders and to unity and solidarity fighting the coverage. Now that as we know unit, each country has adopted some strategy and we see the result, the vitals as progress to hear, and at the same time, there is not enough solidarity in relation to the developing countries and we see all in the. People are suffering so much and to a certain extent disease negative for everybody because. If we are not able to address properly the COVID also in developing countries. The vitals goes back and forth and. We will pay a heavy price even in the richest countries in the world. What would you hope government and community to do to overcome and emerge stronger? We need everybody to work together in cooperation, and now we have a good test and the test is the treatment and the vaccine. It is absolutely essential that the vaccine be considered a global public good people's vaccine and that we want have a competition of countries trying to get as many vaccines as possible for themselves. Forgetting about those that have less resources, we need a vaccine for everybody everywhere in affordable. The conditions because we will only be safe everybody's safe to think that we can preserve the rich people and let the people suffer. It's a it's a stupid mistake because there is no way. Everybody will not pay heavy price if not everybody is properly. Supported by the vaccination. On Climate Change Covid nineteen may have diverted attention and resources away from the urgent need for climate action and you have said categorically, people have to raise their voices. Business has to their site. Major emitters need to do more to save our planet. You'd recently said call is going up in smoke. What are three key things that must be done immediately for the Paris accord to work and the word to shift skier so we What is our objective? The objective has been defined by the scientific community. We absolutely must limit the growth in temperature to one point, five degrees namely at the end of the century for that, we need to have coronal throw in twenty fifty, and for that, we need to have a reduction of about forty five percents of emissions in the next. So the objectives clear. How can we reach them? We need a total commitment special if the big images to all the transformation elections, inanity, negative culture, you need history in transportation in all his whole life. We need transformational actions that make it possible to reach those objectives and it's very simple. We should stop spending money taxpayers, money and subsidies for fossil fuels. We should massively invest in renewable energy because it's cheaper, it's most profitable. It's it's not only the right thing to do is the best economic sink to do We need to stop the construction of coal plants we need to invest. In. New Forms of mobility namely through electric cars we've invested in either login that is the will of the future. And at the same time, we need to conduct the. Protection of Biodiversity Protection of forests transformation. In formations in our agriculture In, all these aspects we need to work together with a common strategy and with the clear objective, we need to be carbon neutral in twenty fifty. The twenty thirty deadline set for the achievement of these seventeen sustainable goals is really not too far away. How should world leaders refocused efforts? To achieve a disease after all, it's our blueprint. For a more sustainable and equitable planet, we'll because of the covid nineteen in the needles to recover economists, we are spending trillions of dollars at the present moment. So if you are spending billions of dollars, let's do it in line with the sustainable development goals that's fluid in line with agenda twenty thirty. Let's rebuilt. Is Better. With more equity fighting inequality, more sustainability, fighting climate change and all the other aspects of relevant in this Central Government Wolves beat the delegation of poverty be to the protection of the oceans beat. Seems ready to education to health to governance. So the the cover these threats is a problem, but it is also an opportunity because as to change. We can change in the right direction as we are mobilizing massive resources to rebuild. We can rebuilt in the right direction and our blueprint must be the agenda twenty thirty and disassembly Robbins schools. The UN has been around for seventy five years and you've called on everyone to participate actively in the UN seventy-five conversations. especially, those not often heard including youth you have spoke to you. But. Also, you were often in listening mode. What encouraged you from those conversation with us A very strong commitment of us to International Corporation The Yankees much more cosmopolitan than my generation. They feel universalist approach to problems. They understand that we need to be together and so the stand that we need a stronger multi-lateralism but the multi-lateralism that is also multilateralists in which they can participate a decision making. And these very strong commitment of the young people to ideas like universal coverage to ideas like the climate action to ideas like more justice inequality in our societies gender equality. Fight Against Racism all these aspects show a very. Young people. That is the biggest hope I ever to our. Common. Future. Some twenty-five years ago the Beijing Declaration was a historic turning point for advancing the rights of women. But Millennia of Patriarchy have resulted in a male dominated world. What would you like to see men do to ensure we have gender policy party and equality men must understand that it is these are. Not only of women to have gender equality agenda parody because the world will be better. It is relieving a male dominated world with a male dominated culture. That is why it is so important Indian which parity and we have done it at top level, but we need to do it everywhere. There is essentially a question of power. And we need to have I. don't like to use empowering women. It looks like we're giving bullet women. Power novel is not given it's taken, but we need to have women moving in order to assert their role in society, and we need men understanding that that is a positive thing for them. Mr. You've spoken passionately about inequalities and justice. The. Cause of many unfortunately problems in the war today. What are some of the most damaging example of these and how can multilaterism be the answer for all humankind to benefit it's very shocking from the point of view of wealth and income to see percents of humankind having more resources than off of the world's population. But I would say the most shocking aspects of inequality are not necessarily linked to money. It's equality linked to discriminations in relation to gender inflation to. Racist. Innovation to religion insulation to. People with this with ability in addition to the LGBTQ community. I mean we need to have a society in which cohesion is all objectives which we need to invest in the collision to make every community indigenous communities. Minorities in societies, every community to feel that their identities respected but they also they are part of the society as a whole. Mr Finally the ward the last word is for you. This is a virtual general assembly. Devoid from the usual trump far. But full of urgency and Gravitas and hope. What would you want? Would leaders and the public to take away from this UN Jason Of course many things, but if I would have to choose. Priorities I would say, let's make sure. That we have a global ceasefire. Let's make sure that you'll have a vaccine that is a global public good at People's vaccine, and let's make sure that when we rebuild our economies new to each governor. That was UN Secretary General Antonio guitarfish speaking to you a news current unit chief May Yaacob for the special three. UN. General Assembly addition of our flagship podcast the zone. I'm Connor Lennon thanks for
Over 450 arrests made by Atlanta Police related to street racing, car stunts over last 6 months
"Police to crack down on street racing in Atlanta appear to be paying off. There have been 459 arrests since February Deputy Chief Michael Connor. We've seen the most significant activity in the bucket area and then coming down into upper mid town people who live near the ST Racing hot spot still chattel to action news, Just like we live in the middle of a war zone, those taken into custody face $1000 fines and up to six months in jail. Mark
What are animals saying to each other?
"For those that are new to this show. This is my little brother can help Amigo and I know this is gonNA sound strange but he honestly thinks That he can talk to docks I, am the duck Lord can't explain yourself. I. Am the Duck Lord. All ducks will dow down before me just joking because I'm not cool and let the ducks of their freedom. So I'm just like. What, and then they're like. And then get food and I see like that. which is ductless. Thank you so much. You're great. Lot, which means we should be friends and they're like. What calculator so kin do you think these docs have like something? That's like a language? Yeah. Like I some. Pretty far away from go. Whack. And they actually come now, my mother actually backs up on this. We see wind over the village and they fly in over the house keen them stands on the deck and Kohl's them and they fly in over the top of the houses and come in for landing on the river and and then just kind of swim the river and jump up in Kinsale with. Cucumbers and corn and. All the things that you feed dykes and they just and they just have the cucumbers they do. I have to be real not a big believer connor skeptical this whole scheme. But I'm not a pessimist I'm a scientist. So I really just think that can. Train them because every time he quacks, he always gives them food. So I think the ducks have just learned that quacking loud annoying brothers means food. So every time he quacks they come to him for food. But I thought, I'd run this theory by a fellow scientist just to be sure. Well. I haven't observed your brothers behavior with ducks but if he has gotten them conditioned by food to win over here arrives, they may be attracted to him by the food. Of course, if he spends time observing their behavior, he might have some insight into how the ducks behave, but I'd have to watch him to know for sure. This is Kathleen Dudzinska. He's the director of the Dolphin Communication Project. She spent the last thirty years studying dolphins in the way that they communicate. and. She says when it comes to learning what any animals are saying to each other the key is observation. You have to watch what they do, and so you want to look at what they do maybe what they say in terms of verbal signals with one another but also what the context is. So let me ask you this if you see a mother and her child walking down a sidewalk. And they suddenly grab hands. Why do you think they might have grabbed hands? Safety maybe something might have popped up. Maybe the crossing the road right. But if I tell you that they're not actually walking on a sidewalk. Of A busy street, but they're actually walking down a sidewalk in a park. than. The reasons why they might have grabbed hands are narrowed.
Djokovic out of US Open after hitting line judge with ball
"And in sports. Novak Djokovic no longer allowed to play in this year's U. S. Open this after a ball he had struck a line judge video shows the top seed, hitting a ball behind him in anger, which then strikes the official It happened during the first set is Djokovic had just fallen behind his opponents and the Rockies and Dodgers rubber match of a three game set against the division opponents tonight our coverage at seven Next update update at at 6 6 30 30 I'm I'm Connor Connor Shreve Shreve on on K K Away. Away. NewsRadio, NewsRadio, 8:50 8:50 A.m. A.m. and and 94 94 1 1 FM FM
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Probably who? Because I riding. Bobby. Bob Other Day Blah do a fucking prick because I think Zito's right in the sense. I think we can say the other day for a long time. You can't. You just can't do it if he can keep using. I liked the three to two week rule, it's perfect. I feel like now. I, have to live within the three to two week if it was if it happened two to three years ago, you say well two or three years ago. Couple years before. The other. Day because it was previously in other day the other year. Wait fucking succumbing your bullshit two to three weeks all right fine now no three days to two weeks. Three days to. Give me a year and a half can't do it. No, no, that's half. Year and I'm very skeptical and even give a month seen now three months. I say it I think I, might. Forty two months. I think I might adapt to just within the year because what he said last year. That is probably what you should refer to something that happened the other day before twenty twenty, so you might as well the other day for me from here on out strictly refers to things that happened during the year. With a twelve month time within you all right now it's. January January first. The other day starts so shy preface the other year the other day you can just say last year and that's last year. The is added. Changer! Other day. Live on fuck. Bob Other quick question for you. Guys of the show and I just want to hear the debate, would you? Who would be on your Mount Rushmore of Cartoon Character.
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"I'm not. This isn't this. Isn't it using your? Interest trying to clarify. I won't be lying. Someone also sending that multiplicity for for Keaton. Six different character he. Knew the name. A recent water right for this one is on me because I said soil. Yeah Nice I'm glad you brought this not dead. Soil is is. I'M GONNA. Argue someone who you go I'll read. It slowly was a living. Thing is very slow moving changing and growing all the time. No it's not. I don't care what Google says. A lot that has kids, and the only reason it's move is because of the Moon and the moon cycles nab the water and the earthquakes. Monitoring either make the argument because of tectonic plates organic based their Carbon Bay so it's an organic. Come on I know you. Can See weeds alive. Yeah! It's a plant. This is dirt started. Stir NEP dirt's alive. It's the circle of La. Dirt was alive wasn't tremors, and that actually wasn't the dirt it was the. Pilot dirt. That's alive in this room, is you? You Fuck and bag of disgusting, just terrible terrible filth. I tell you that as a matter of conflict, because dirt all over the world and people look. Next you. someone sent us in Zito bodybags. The expression the other day. is not used for yesterday. Obviously, generally it means anything from three days to about two weeks ago, which I believe that the rules that we were playing under the. Section as though it could also refer to times further in the past. Shuki piece of Shit. For saying two to three years further in the past. Past baby, it's. Three days to two weeks. How do they that? How do they make that because it just? It just makes sense fucked that who who's this? In leader. VINCI MR the other day. This is bullshit,.
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Like saying stuff gangster. Proclaims gangster. Figured of so if you're coming through Indianapolis or live Indianapolis area, the Tamale Place. Should have heard what bill had to say about the. NIGGER, NICK! These those are gauged or next. Scientists scientists. Estimate there could be thirty six communicating extraterrestrial civilizations. In the galaxy. Five fucking over aliens. Really I can't stop yourselves dude. I can't stop thinking about doing if their first of all show yourself state thirty six. They're probably all talking to each other first of all. Also. Your point show yourself. These guys are just watch show. You're watching us for someone to die so that the trees. You know sick of done surveillance. Really WanNa, meet him. I think they're all stooges. I don't think they're very advanced I. think they're just little. Lobs of Gu on some other planet somewhere don't agree. Alien I don't agree I don't agree. I think there's probably one or two races of intelligent life like the rest are all just. Are we the muscle? SCUMBAG. No Hey, but if they're here, naked their chances. If they're here then. They're not sleazebag aliens because they were I said. Races that once once. Predominantly. If they're saying, there are thirty six. Thirty four of them are just fucking the connors of alien. Drinking Red Solo Cups..
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Me, too delvin. Suicide Squad right. Yeah, shoot really good in that movie. She was the temptress what else I was kidding. She's the movie scene. Don't take it serious paper planes. She wasn't. That's what it's called right now. Don't do those hurt. Don't do this. It was payer planes which I mean I said I preference as a share movie. It's not that bad good for suicide spots though. that. Suicide Squad was better than paper plates. Honestly did not expect for Saturday on. Yeah, I mean this is the whole reason. He didn't tell his race to destroy Earth right because he loves having sex SOCOR. Timbre. Go have sex. Penis. Penis promise. You'll see district. District! Wondering sticking around fucking. Got Baja Miller inhale poll I mean. Pretty good situation of being he's looking good right now is stolen tunnels all over the place. You think that's going to be beneath the entire United States eventually to be above the magma. Been, he was playing Joey Cape Fingers. Later, we'll see really. This you sent me a link. I can put up. K. Fingers all he was doing. Where like Sh-. Offer hug from behind. He's getting jerked off kind of. Prompt does yeah. Yeah, it is like a prompt us. That's the one I saw he was getting Joey. K. Jerked off. Notice Bill. Seeks up against the elevator door. fucking astle. WHO's the person walks in just some random human being he's. Wearing, a world war, two veterans hats I doubt he was involved. Does that mean? What do you mean why wouldn't be is quite ages of you? Right, they have a lot of sex in senior homes. On. Two things. We need more of that high speed rail system. And Having threesomes. Is that rail system going to be that good though. It will literally never happen, but it would be pretty six hours from here to New York City. China. Early can go three. Hundred to this is only two hundred twenty. Those things also fucking float. Levitated magnetron electromagnetic. Oh, because where we live in A. World that is. That what you're saying, but that is where saying they're living in the world with the flow and trains like I robot and Games. Kill you. Which one are you thinking of the? Trains the carry the vibration hall..
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"A month absolutely not. Levy, but it is a wonderful place to be I. Think we just need to make a few repairs on our own? What we think. We gotta fix the Fridge. We got you. Youtube we have to fix the plank on the. Link there's there's there's there's one little. It's from all the guy is just. It's starting to rise up. or On your deck on the debt gotTa fix that once for and also there is this thing where? If it is passed. If the sun has set, you can see enjoy apartment from two miles away. Leave the curtains there are no curtains. I took them down before we got there, and then we're like okay well. We're not talking. Put them up if we don't need them in my bathroom for instance Piss right here and then I'd look out the window and hope that someone in the houses next to me like one time just looks out while I'm pissed. Because there's no point to have them. They're like even if I'm sitting down taking a dump I'll peek my head over the alleged little. owner. But like there's no point to have. Her nudie of! Not having currents though the sun goes in, it's so beautiful. Curtains no, no, no, no, we don't. We don't. It doesn't make sense. We get blackout curtains for reason, but he's right. There so much natural sunlight in this new place that I mean it's probably like the opposite of the day after tomorrow with the sunlight to and makes the apartment book ten times big. Time exactly. Exactly and then all of a sudden, you can just walk over the freezer and boom. You're in the data tomorrow. That's pretty awesome. I share ideals getting the folder. I found this. This goes around every once in a while. uh-huh and if we had this, this is what we would do. It's the United States high speed rail system where the train goes at two hundred twenty miles an hour, and you could get from Indianapolis to New York. Believe in six hours is different from the Tusla like the Elon Musk Yes. That was only still in What L. A. and Chicago hyperloop rates. Train shout out Ilan for having a threesome with amber, heard and She's a photos. What do you mean there's photos? There an elevator and there awkwardly. Doing the the behind the backlog like. Be. Heard some of their. I'll. See Carol the Button Car Keira Carol Carol Devine. I love. Yeah.
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Can. Sometimes I feel like a bag of shit myself because all have like a water bottle next to my bed, I do. That now. About keeping that around, just cases I wake up with. My mouth. One glorious thing about Indiana that I have found that I did not happen in Pittsburgh. The restaurants that give out cups I don't know where they came from and stuff like that, but stack pickle recipes are banning a couple other like restaurants that give cops through these large short plastic. Honest. Unfortunately did not. Survive all all of whom awful. Oh No! How did I miss that? Great Philly G. L.. These awesome. They, hold like twenty to thirty ice cubes and still have a lot of room for Water Oh. Yeah Oh. Yeah, that's why I'm surprised. You don't use ice before you go to bed, so you wake up when it's cold. I mean. Here's the thing about the new place. Right see about our. No, no I is, machine may not work. With the whole fridge itself places a dump. It's not connected to the waterline. Connected it. Well I don't know where they actual line goes. A lot of work is it is a lot of work. I'm not going to just walk. Go pull the fridge out and try to find his line. That may not even be. There may not even exist, but so everything in the in the freezer, and now is just like there's like a water residue going in there, and it's freezing everything so there is a waterline there is. It's a little bit of water trace. No, no, no, it's I. Don't know how to explain this. Though. There's a frost in the fridge you. Know No, no way. I'm saying. The sage in this freezer. The. Not, make it throughout the turn down I did. Share the door seal we. Down to seven. It was that ten. Yeah, you can't have that. What was really presets? Are things just have like A. it's just like The coldest is in the middle, and there's just these bars that are basically build up. There's not like numbers trying to like there's no way to judge. What the actual temperature of there is no temperature. Yeah, there's no temperature. There's just like these bars. Oh, you want to fill it up and make it as cold as possible or do you WanNa. Drop it down a little. Make it cool well. Why don't you give it some God damn number. DECIDE WHAT I Read fucking hieroglyphics exactly I don't know the system at this thing. Where is it ten degrees per bar? Work like boxes are frozen together at this point. I've been eating wings for dinner. Just like frozen wings for from Kroger I had to take this bag wings out of the freezer yesterday I opened it I reached my hand into. pull out one all fucking fifteen of them come up. Back into the back. Stop them back. And I took the bag on start bashing the side of counter right next to the dropping like a bag ice. What did drop it open nothing. That's when I just took. The took them back when it was almost like a mace started bashing. ALREADY DEAD! Dead Well. We're on steeler correctly it. Boys. Don't bring a common. For one day. Drop it in there and boom..
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Exactly three hours. Up With the wheels burn and boy. That's never once happened. Three or four am bill. Never happened never no never happens all I'm always. On a couple episodes I voted. Right at that very rarely happens to only. It was during the week I'm going to force myself back to sleep, but we came up with this guy went to. A half. The other night we'll up at eleven to watch the AFL at five thirty. Was a wildlife. That was ill advise. Lease in it. I'll tell you what it really has affected. This lead scheduled for the entire. Her, but but no. I very rarely wake up in the middle of the night for you. Speak Asleep I. Don't think I get hung over any more. Geez I read lately. That's a terrible thing to say tone. I don't. Until drink, because I drink. I drink the same amount. But if I sleep three hours? Does go bullshit if I sleep. Three hours hung over. If I sleep eight hours, not hung over, so you're saying you have figured out exactly the amount of booze that you need to drink so that every time you wait like you still get your drunk, but you're still waking up feeling good no I'm saying I could drink doesn't matter how much I drink. If I sleep for three hours and I had one beer I'm going to be hung over. By sleep eight hours and I have fucking thirty years I'm going to be fine in the morning. Okay I. You fuck hangovers a worst. They'll based on the sleep. Ozzy. I think it's all about the crap. You do the night before you drink a cup of water and can cause..
"j connor" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"And it caffeine. Doesn't. It's not like that doesn't have that effect, but when you drink I like a lot of water. A lot obviously so when you drink more water towards the end of the day you get out of your bed every half hour, and if you don't fall asleep, then you gotta get Outta bed. Take a Piss, and if you do fall asleep, you wake up early like three o'clock and go take this, and that's what happens if you drink water before bed, people. Learn you have issues. Before, but Oh, bull man when you're in. Every night I'll also stays hydrated sleeping routine. Obviously when you're boozing should be drinking water before bed, but I don't know how you guys on just a regular day. You're just chugging a bottle of water before better. Than What are you guys? Wake up every night at two am and take a piss. Take a nice. Bed and then you know. What are you just sleep right through the night? I, mean believe me. No, and then I've been trying to and water was the thing that was getting me up for a little. You support my point. Every night at a big abyss, yeah! Drink I like that though I enjoy it, I do I. DO ENJOY WAKING UP. Not Reset your sleep. Yeah, it does. They. Do say you're out of bad dream I have a battery anymore. Sleep an hour and a half increments, so no one is ever so that Kramer, said that one. One inch wake up hour and a half. Wake Up. That's code like like. What is you know your six hours or seven and a half or nine? You know what I'm saying like variables of.
"j connor" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Settle in because this is a long interview. We did Tuesday afternoon with Jerome Ghinwa. Should I introduce some Elliott as future hall of Famer Jerem Gala. Absolutely I mean this is going to be a weird one, because we don't know if there's going to be an induction ceremony and twenty twenty, but don't you think he's a first batter? Look at the numbers like thirteen hundred point six hundred goals fifteen hundred games, two gold medals going away. This guy is a hall of Famer. I don't even know who would argue that like who's arguing that with you nobody now. What was it about drool? McGinley's game that you'd like specifically well. You know I just like that you know. He was like a bull in a China shop. Right like He. There was a log in this interview. That I thought was really interesting. Tim Talking about when he was a kid. You didn't really like the hitting very much because when he was in Nhl, he sure looked like he loved it. We didn't talk about this. But I. Always remember the shift in Tampa like game. Five of the Stanley Cup. Final you know when supreme scored in overtime, and he was just determined that they were going to win that. Game Right. That's what I think of when I think of him, but I also think of the Olympic stuff like huge gold medal game, two goals in two thousand, two of course, the golden goal assist in two thousand ten, like those are two of the biggest hockey moments in our country's history, and his fingerprints are all over it. And interesting that he points out, he wasn't even sure if he's going to get on the ice and overtime in twenty ten in Vancouver that to him was a surprise thing. They found a way to put him out there. No kidding, okay, let's get right to it. Here is future hall of Famer sounds good drama. Gilan thirty-one thoughts the podcast. Elliott were pleased to be joined now by someone we can safely say. His a future hall of Famer Tick Tick Tick. Tick Jerome Again La of the acts of the. Calgary Flames Boston Bruins Pittsburgh Penguins La. Kings Colorado Avalanche Kamloops Blazers. Joins us now on the PODCAST. Jerome thanks so much for doing this today. Hey Jeff! Thanks a lot for having me guys. Hey, Elliot Hey Jerome. The pleasure is ours and we really need to begin on a serious tone. Everything that's happened stateside since a murder of George Floyd. The unrest which has led to and we talked to Kim Davis from the NHL Executive vp of social impact on a podcast earlier on this week Jerome and we talked about having uncomfortable conversations. And I think we're all having those now. I'm sure you're having those with your family and we can get to what the nature of those conversations with, but as you watched, the events unfold over the past week and a half two weeks. What's gone through your mind? Yes It was very very hard to watch videos over the last. Couple of weeks Ahmad Armory. Jogging and getting attacked horrible and then George Floyd. You know when when I watched that and and my wife. Would literally it was so horrible and. You can't watch without in all like got choked up watching, and it is something that every I've seen it more than once. You know what I mean. It's everywhere as it should be as horrible it is that in people's minds and it's gotTa stop and. The protests that are going on are very powerful, and they're very important, and you know I. I believe in them and. What they're about and and having changed and I do hope they continue i. do I really you know I think that there are powerful? People are hearing the message and you know when you watch on TV in Boston where where we. Been New Watch. It's I I like to see that it's. It's not just black people out protesting together white people, black people, all races and sharing a message saying they want change and I think that you know it's ages different ages it's it's very diverse and I. think that is very important and. It's very hard to have those conversations with the kids when they they know what's going on. Our daughter is turning sixteen and our boys are turning fourteen and twelve in. You don't want them to see videos. You don't want them to see that, but at the same time the have to know. What important time this is and and how things need to change. Jerome I was wondering about that. You come from a biracial family. Your children are biracial. How do you in care talk to them about growing up in North America? You live in Boston, but you also summer in Canada. What do you talk to them about in terms of what it's like to grow up with their backgrounds in this continent? When? I see the stories and stuff and and being. Like you, said Biracial and growing up as a as a black hockey player. I didn't have the same, no, thankfully the team. Troubles and the same experiences as a lot of black people growing up in North America, and especially the states and I know that and just because I didn't have them, you know. They're. They're wrong. You know what I mean I definitely like it's so hard because when you you know. When these types of situations people wanna ask you know what I grew up with what you WANNA be able to support all the issues and what I believe in I do believe in all of this stuff, but at the same time it's hard because my experiences growing up the hockey player I was the only minority of hockey, a blockade actually growing up on my. Hockey teams, and it wasn't a big issue for me. Growing up in Saint Albert just outside Edmonton, but I know other kids had many issues and getting to. Hearing stories and I hate to hear stories I hate them in the wrong. You know you hear about. Cold. Terrible things in the. N. Word from your coat. In minor hockey I I can't even relate. Whereas know, mind my, you know. The few instances that I have are people. You know had like. It's hard to talk about it. It's hard to articulate I'm sorry. It is it's something that I knew I was the only bucket playing hockey, and and you know minor kids would say okay, we'll. What are your chances of playing in the NHL There's no other black players for me. It was always very important very very important for me, flying my dream and very special to be able to look and say while there's grant fuhr. There's Tony mccague, neither is Claude. Bill. Green and that was what I was dealing with, and it was always powerful. Yes, we're there. Some incidences that I had where something was going on the stands and you know one of our parents would have to. Our one of our parents would go over and talk to. And later after the game here all you know it was Somebody said something inappropriate and ignorant, and you know one of my teammates. DADS went over and talk to them and. You know those meant a lot to me to have that support from my teammates in the other families, and it meant to tie wouldn't have been the same as if it's my grandpa having to go over there and talked to him, so, but in those weren't that often for me you growing up in Saint Albert, so I'm very thankful for that, but do. Do acknowledge that that wasn't the same for all hockey. Players get anything challenge other people's stories, and it's wrong. What a lot of kids have to go through, and I'm also very thankful for me being the first black player to play in the NHL and to break those barriers for us in I'm thankful that I didn't have to I. Don't I mean? When I when I was asked questions and be able to lean on that. Okay, there's other I. don't even know what how response would have how it would have felt if I didn't have response to say, you're right. There are no black players and let alone what he had to go through all the challenges and all the racial stuff he faced. You know so. I'm very thankful for my path, but also for the guys who went before me, and and and had to endure the the stuff, and they I know that obviously there s things that still go on. That are completely wrong and I think this is a moment where. We can hopefully make some real progress as a society in everything we do and sports and. And in education and healthcare and equality so. We believe in it and. My family does in their heart. Conversations in have the kids now. What do we tell them? You know they know a lot of stuff they read in. You know with Internet, but we also want how important it is to to treat people while and to respect everybody each other and try to be aware of of that and how we're treating people, and you know we're all created equal, so those are my thoughts I know it's hard to. Hear a lot of different things, and we all want to contribute, and we all want to say anything that we can to help and it's hard because.
"j connor" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"As a kid. You're only playing against your you're you're older now? You're going. Man You know how you guys at a drive into the ring, smoking cigarettes and driving Camaros and. Wasn't. Elliott. Kassy's days Denis Savard one of my favorite players. Growing up loved any savard love the spinner Emma. Also remember. In he was cut from the nine hundred ninety one Canada Cup team and he said it was because they didn't like the fact. He was a smoker. I always remembered that story. Didn't have the league smoke at that point, though Elliott's I just remember finding later on the Danny Markov used to smoke between periods like nineteen, ninety nine Denis Savard was cut from Canada Cup team because of that he's a smoke into the drier at the air. Canada centre blowing all the smoke in between periods. Okay, this is GonNa be a lot of the a lot of baseball players in this one manny Machado. Manny Machado Wall okay. Number seven I. Always Remember Manny Machado wearing number seven. A buddy of mine had a Machado Seven Jersey. He loved him as a player. I remember he got in trouble. I remember he went down. He got in trouble for not hustling in the world series for the dodgers but I'm I've always been a big manny Machado, Fan. Same Michael Jordan. I I love Michael Jordan. I know that there's a lot of people not liking him. for that last dance and he's to mean and all that stuff I. Don't buy that at all. I think that Michael Jordan to be the best you have to be demanding of yourself of your teammates. I'm a huge fan. That didn't change anything. He took it farther in some cases than I would have and I'll tell you something else about that thing. If I was is Ahah Thomas I'd stopped trying to apologize for not shaking hands to say I, did it? It happened. It was thirty years ago. Get over it. What's your Jordan story again? I love when you tell this one about. When you covered the NBA well, the the came to play the raptors just after Damon Stoudamire was traded. They were on route to their third consecutive. OF THEIR NBA Championships. The last one the raptors were sixteen and sixty six I think that year. They Damon Stoudamire Trade. It was a total tire fire. The Oh the came into that game. There were thirty thousand people. They were all there to sue Michael Jordan. He had three points in the first half. I think he'd only taken one shot. My seat was right there. Phil. Jackson says Michael. Michael just take the rest of the night off. He's like no, I haven't given. These fans there show yet. He goes out he scores. It has great third quarter, I camera for score, twelve or fifteen points, or whatever it was, and he walked off the court, and said now I can take the rest of the night off like that is a guy who recognize people were paying to see him. Nolan Ryan. Like you're picking a lot of guys that I really loved watching. I Love Nolan Ryan when he fought Robin Van when Robin Ventura I the first thing you think about. This is Robin Ventura. Coming to fight them. Nolan Ryan like giving.
"j connor" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"My man kind of saline is on the line right now. Ashley are so pump to talk to you. Connor how you doing buddy. I'm good. What's up guys? But he did so good. We got a chat right now. as our listeners know I'm an Mesa Arizona we're getting ready for our very first world premiere of the Bachelor live on stage tour. But we'll be seeing you soon In Los Angeles Connor. How in the world did you end up getting asked to be the bachelor in La? Let me tell you this. I'll preface was saying the response has been outrageous. It's everybody's so excited for you. Oh look I am. I'm fired up I had a great experience on the show. And what better way to kind of keep that going live on stage where it all started back in. La I'm fired up you're known from Hannah ABC's of the Bachelorette You're seeing Kaelin. And then when after Whitney wants so dean came back into the picture connor you've experienced some disappointment from the show especially in paradise. How how are you going to navigate this to not experience? So much. Disappointment at Bachelor live on stage That's a good question Yeah I mean I think going through the other shows that a lot of ups and downs highs and lows and I think you learn from those experiences. I think it'll be a lot easier easier because I'm the one handing out roses So that'll make it wa easier for me but I think I've just learned a lot more about myself. And what I'm looking for in a partner and I think that'll help me a lot long way so as we prep hear them with over to actually to ask you a couple of questions as we prep here for batch live on stage. What's something that you're excited about? And what do you know about the show so far or any questions for me. UGH Well Yeah. I mean I'm fired up for the show I saw the The live thing on the straight hand and Sara show. That was awesome school to get a little glimpse into what it's GonNa be like Thinking Day Kind of those questions. That question Game Day look so much fun So I'm fired up for that excited to meet all the women that are going to be there It should be a really fun night which I'm excited for it. I think it takes a lot of the normal stress of the show and it's really just more centered around having a good time. I'm fired up for that. Juries for you water the or the fantasy suites like. There's definitely going to be fantasy suites. It's going to be wild connor. So here's what you know. Obviously fantasy suites. You can think about this. I don't WanNa give all the secrets away to the show because people have to come and experience it live on stage. But I'll tell you this just like fantasy. Suites are are meant during the show to be your first time in private kind of away from the cameras. It's the same concept on on the show. Really the fantasy suites are what you WANNA make it. There's no pressure to do anything right in but on the live on stage. It's your first time kinda getting separated from the audience. Even the audience is still able to witness. And that's how I'll leave it. It's it's crazy it's really well done and I think it will be that moment during join the live stage show where you can really start to invest into some of these people I gotcha. Yeah that's awesome won't be. It's not an appropriate though. Buddy I will tell you that you're gonNA still be the true gentleman that you consider yourself during it exactly. Yup You have any advice for me and handing out roses. Well I think this is a you know the bachelor live on. Stage was meant to be a thank. You loaded bachelor bachelor. Nation is supposed to be the first time the bachelor nation come in and be a part of this experience and watch it go down right in front of their faces so my advice would be yourself and you know and I I one. I'm so excited to hear from Ashley here but one of the things is be yourself Have Fun with it. It's one night to see if there's possible connection onstage onstage. And maybe then you can see if things flourished from then on out and we'll kind of follow your story after that but really it's just a good time to meet people in your your area to have fun with it and to see this whole concept of finding love in the public eye in front of the public. Just have fun. It's not gonNA IT LO- very low pressure Ashley. I gotta ask you when we announced Connor as our bachelor in Los Angeles People Flit like he like. I knew he's he's obviously a good good looking dude very smart well put together great guy. But when he was announced people went ecstatic for. I had no clue. There was so much which love for connor out there. These feel that I got an email connor from a girl that does publicity in Los Angeles and she was like. I know this is a long shot but if you have any way of helping me get on like connors casts during Bachelor live. Can you help me so I forwarded it to Ben and and then Ben said like I got you so who knows. This girl may be one of your ladies. There is definitely excitement. People are trying to get in Dan. My question is it's La but don't you live Texas. I live in Dallas But I heard that even if you do find a girl that you really like from here as long as you like earn enough your your down to make it long distance. Yeah absolutely that's I I. It's Kinda the same concept with the you're the main shows. Most those people live in different areas and he finds someone you connect with And you WANNA make it at work. You find a way to make it work. So we'll see we'll see what happens but I'm I'm looking forward to you and I'm I'm really honored to the Bachelor and I want to know well how you're going to do in front of a live audience versus a TV audience because like obviously a TV audience like they're not going to. They're judging you giving their feedback months later after the actions already done. I feel there's more pressure with a live audience. Are you gonNa let them sway Lael. Yeah I agree I mean I want them to help me with the decisions because they might see things that I don't But fortunately I think having having I was on the finale of the bachelor when I met Hannah A live audience there and I think that was super helpful to go through that experience and then go on to those shows I think some of that stuff will kind of help with this experience. But it'll definitely be like nothing I've experienced before so I'm looking forward to. You're also going to be like possibly kissing girls in front of an audience and like having first conversations in front of an audience and it just feels it's like are you. We used to stage. Shows have been afraid of public speaking like it's a whole other nerve component component in my opinion Versus being being on camera cameras. Don't always make don't really make me nervous but a live audience. You feel like you have to like meet their expectations you WANNA entertain them. Yeah yeah no I agree I was a bookworm in the fifth grade. I so maybe but No Yeah I mean it will definitely be a lot different. I'm looking forward to that. I think you know Basler nations really great all the fans and You know they. They're going to help me define found the one for me. So I trust their opinions and It'll be a lot of fun and I'm there like you know Becca Nye will will be co closing this. We're going to be there to help you out. We'll walk you through this. I'll be nervous too man. I mean Ashley. Can you imagine what we're about to walk into like two thousand people every night watching US put on this show on stage it is a whole new beast and as we prep right now for it and practice it like I get nervous just standing up on on stage so I'll be nervous there with you but you know. Hey we'll coach you through it. Yeah I present and I. I heard you're going to be Boston some moves on stage the true. Oh yeah definitely man I. I mean I've got these Dan shoes and I'm looking at right now that I'm telling you like the moves and I'm pulling off have never been seen before they. It takes a lot of flexibility to pull off when I'm about to do and it looks. It looks really ugly while all do it. But I'M GONNA try my hardest. Well you're GONNA have some pointers from one one Paul Guy to another You definitely they don't have the best moves but we're going on it. Connor final question for you before you go. Yup We. He's senior love stories. Play out we've seen you put yourself out there What is it that you're looking for in a partner a friend? A confidante. Yeah I mean I think you know someone who is outgoing adventurous I'm kind of a quieter guy so someone that brings out like brings me out of my shell a little bit. I think that's super important to me. But you know also someone that just Kinda like loves you back back. I guess and that's something that I think is missing the last couple of relationships there's been seen on TV And then the other thing is just that spark it's kind of like on the final thing that you can't really describe it's just that feeling you get with someone especially when you first meet them and to it's really important to have that so kind of all those things and a lot more to but I'm really open to anything. Hey we I can't wait to have you on stage man. Thanks for doing it will be fun. What a cool? I hope you feel. How big of a compliment is to you? to have you as our L. A.. Bachelor is going to be a wild wild night with a bunch of people from bachelor nation joining us a connor. Sally thank you for coming almost finished. podcast Yes sir. Thank you for having me on forcing body while today. An awesome podcast. I think these episodes always get better and better every year. Because there's more and more to talk about and we want to hear from you we've asked to hear from you. We have a few emails. We're going to read through before we say goodbye. The first one is from Rachel says I don't understand y Peter with questioning Hannah and so much about if she was ready for marriage or even been in love because she's twenty three Madison. A front runner is also twenty three. What are your your thoughts? Why don't think the age that matters? I think it's just probably the posture that they're coming into each conversation. I think Madison is probably coming each conversation talking about the future future Talking about her dreams in what she desires A partner and haven't heard that of Hannah an yet. So it's not a as much coach about the age as the person in what they're kind of communicating to Peter. Ashley do agree. I completely agree and I am damn mind boggled by this email from sky who writes in some new chase rice lyrics for a song called only only if you are. y'All these are the lyrics Monday and it's over you know the show your girls all come over for and the red wines getting lower and your last friends out the door when you're when there's no more roses to go around hit me up girl you know I'm down.
"j connor" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"I don't know it's a cast problem problem with a bunch of people who WanNa win and not necessarily invest into a potential engagement and marriage indefinitely. Come from the show just to say. Hey how long can I last at all. It's all. How long can I last? How long the second question do you have three questions for you about the take the teaser? Definitely one hundred percent who out of all of this is right now. You're you're Bachelorette in the whole bachelor nation. World just wanted to hand out there Hannity canopy same with me Annabi Hannity is back to being the next Bachelorette in my is last thing for you Ashley after this episode on a grade of a to f how is Peter Webber doing pierogies good job. That's episode. He's is he he he was. What an a minus for you last week? What does he just last week? Okay plus he's a B last week. I don't I think I think he gets a B. Again this week I would say he. He stayed about the same. I think he's doing a fine job I think we've seen some of his biggest weaknesses in life. Probably exposed during the show like doesn't confront things very well or doesn't really love to but he's a nice guy and and I just want him to find love in this because I know he believed in finding love in this. I knew this a good shot for him. I just think that at some point this has gotten to be a lot for him and I don't think he's had a lot of women around him to help push him forward Ashley. Then we gotta talk about this as you just mentioned. There's a teaser. I think that we saw for the rest of the season and right away. It was late when I watched it. I wanted to call you and be like what in the world is going to happen. Ashley no spoilers alerts. Because you don't know them and let's be clear on that we don't know them. I swear we don't know them. A lot of people have been coming up to me and they're like wait so really really there. This season isn't spoil a bull. I'm like it's the first time I've gone this far without truly knowing the ending because he believed it to me thinking thinking that I know and I'm like I don't think this season and this is always when it gets me. What is your breakdown of what you think possibly could happen right now? Okay have a very well formed idea. So I think that Madison's basically like the one and I think he knows Madison's the one but I think he goes into fantasy suites and I think he sleeps with another girl knowing that that Not as an as saving herself for marriage and I think that hearing that in the coming weeks he gets scared because he she has talked about. How important sexes in a relationship with him and I think that he's not sure if he can really wait for marriage to determine whether or not that component own and the relationship is strong enough? Like he doesn't WanNa go. I don't think he wants to go into marriage. You know like not having had sexist but I really just don't think he does and I I think that freaks them out and then I think he ends up sleeping with another girl. Madison finds out about it. She's not sure she wants to be with him anymore. I actually think it's a huge turn off for her and I think I think that that is going to be a big break between Peter and Madison and I think the mom saying come bring her here is slack. You better figure crap out because if you don't you'RE GONNA loses amazing woman and Sh- you got to win them back. It's definitely a winning situation. Asian do I have a different transportation. You did no I. I don't know how to play out this massive yourself for marriage and then Peter admitting what we think he admits to having sex with somebody else if you knew this and it was if it was so important to Madison as an Madison was the one at the end. I have a feeling that is a massive. Like if this is the case it would be a massive issue for her and I get that like I think. I can't speak to that but I would imagine that would like her and be confusing especially if you're pursuing engagement where just like. What do you like like you knew this was important to me? You knew this was something I was saving myself for. Why is it Then you feel like you can can do this. It could be that. Ah I don't I just don't get the I'm not making sense here. Let me be clear. I don't understand within any of that thought process. What Chris here's here's his telling him? That is the part I disagree with you want. I just don't think it's clear to US I. I don't know what that would be. I agree with you. I think it's totally separate thing. And I think what he comes up to to say is actually just going to be nothing. Could be one of those teasers. That unlike the Unlike the Hanna confrontation with Luke and unlike the fence jump it's actually going to be very very anticlimactic but it's such a good tease for the entire season. But I still think that he may not end up proposing to anyone at the end of of this because I think he wants to propose to Madison. But he's very conflicted with the sex situation I think you might be right. Yeah there's always that moment to. We've we've been used to it over the years to where it's like. The teaser proved true that this might be the one where it doesn't. Hey Ashley we gotta get Connor on the on the line. Let's get caught online. We'll come back with connor saline as he is the L. A. Bachelor Bachelor.
"j connor" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Before we talk about three on one date with Hannah and Victoria and Kelly. I WanNa not that in a little bit connor. Sailly who was announced as the bachelor live on stage bachelor in Los Angel- becoming too Almost famous podcast today. Okay to speak to us about that experience what he hopes for what he dreams of and if he could potentially find his soulmate live onstage in Los Angeles. Soon after the episode breakdown. We'll give connor it. Call Ashley Three and Wendy happens. It's not unexpected. Necessarily we knew something like this was going to happen at some point. It just feels like a mixed bag of emotions from every person there but the one that doesn't have a mixed bag of emotions is Kelly who I'm interested to hear your breakdown. cowie hailing. Why did you have to do this? She I've been saying the entire season that she's like awesome but she doesn't even she doesn't itself describe it. He's awesome right. She doesn't show ego but she's smart and carries herself beautifully with confidence. And then this time she got humorous struck. It's weird right. I'm a lawyer with the other girls. I'm always bad at this again. A notes the thing that you guys always get me. I am always bad at kind of judging situations. Because I'm so sensitive to like that just kind of arrogance or like self describing that kind of thing thing like I'm just very sensitive to I know that I I've stayed away from even like commenting on it but I didn't know you were going to read the situation bachelor. Nation was gonna read it but I was watching the whole time like Kelly. What are you doing this feels like unlike you and again? It hit me as soon as she says. I'm a lawyer. I'm an attorney like kind of like I'm better than everybody else. Yeah and at that moment I said Whoa. At what point now are we putting ourselves in a scale based on her career pass. Great that you've accomplished that. That's a huge deal like I'm super impressed. It's not something I'm smart enough to be able to Pau. I think it is but but Kelly like what's that all of a sudden set me back and my one of my favorites. All of a sudden wasn't rooting for on this three on one day I know everybody loved. Kelly seemed like such an undeniable undeniable. Thing about a amongst Bashar nation. There were so many memes out there saying like the diamond in the rough right Yeah but she. She did a little bit for herself herself this week. I can't believe it. She said I'm an attorney. And like what are these other girls as if like your job to find your character that hurt that hurt me. That felt weird. Now here's the thing Ashleigh and we're gonNA talk about in a second. I'm going to just hint at again up until this point Kelly was definitely my front runner to be Bachelorette Ashoura I think. Now this is the last time we see her during this season. Ask obviously I think it's a very clear picture that she will not be the Bachelorette well moving moving on from Kelley to talk about Hannah and and And Peter Have the very first conversation. This was was uniquely special for me Ashley because it was one of those moments where I did start to really get behind Anna and and I thought her not him was assigned that she's trying still not there yet so not on the Madison level title. But trying. Yeah I go. I'm a flopper with Hannah. An I've never fully really liked her and also. Oh well I guess at the beginning I fully but I still. She's very hard for me to get to know like I feel like she's hard for Peter to get to know. I did like her letter. It was very sweet. I still am not. I'm still not syncing. A connection coaching that goes beyond the physical right. Now can you know I mean. I think that's the thing I was saying earlier to like. There's really only any one person that I'm sincere and that's Madison. Like everybody else. It feels like really good steal. I dates yeah like a girl at you like not agree or falling only for. grody like yeah like a girl that like. Oh I'm interested in is a bad thing. It's not like unhealthy. It's just like no no yet. That's how I feel about most of these situations tena. Was this this no this time for them to kind of sit down and discuss what she was into like what she appreciated about him was a was a good moment this season. which here's the kicker Mo- seasons it would just be another moment? Yes but this season felt like a good moment so true like like how many times do girls come to the guy with letters all the time. Yeah I I have. I'm very neutral and Hannah an during this conversation or your whole body Theresa. I still don't know her. Here's a crazy part and not to compare. I just think about this other night. This episode was the episode during my season that that I let go of Becca Tilly and the last ferguson twin like that to me those women were like huge pieces of my life. BECCA is still somebody. Nobody that I consider my best friends who I loved dearly like. Emily was a big part of my season. Who I got to know very well and who I root for and I I look at these women going home this week and I'm like yeah? They still aren't they're not even close and I don't know if it's about them or whatever but but you gotta think Becca dilly went home this week during my season and Becca is Becka. No isn't that crazy. That's wild. Yeah you guys got really close really close. She's the best girl the the most mind. boggled my season Becca. Oh Ob. Aw Ten the most mind. Boggling part of this episode for me was definitely Victoria F because their conversation went so horribly. She said Ed to him that he's always in a mood when she's around a whole other conversation that happened that we didn't see because he gives her the rose. All there is is a big sloppy mess between the two of them but he she was the one that he was certain. He who's GONNA keep around. Think D- do you get what's going on here with them. I mean she's just physical because once Jesse In beca Martinez pointed out a few weeks ago to me now I notice it feels like she gets up and walks away from any any type of like conflict. It feels like that happens every time they're on a date so there's conflict most times they're talking. At what point do you go. We just don't working like this isn't good. This is going to last but it just feels like it continues and it's not like it's not that was glass season remember. We were like nothing. I think not not to say that are comparable situations like this is an easy at this point in relationship. This'll be like the third day in real life right right yeah. It's going to go well and if you're not feeling the third day you're going to cut it off if you just can't get into a jive almost fee to flash forward here. I almost feel like Peter starting to understand Victoria F more because he knows that she's the ball of emotion and that she cares but she's he's nervous and she can't just break down the Her walls and that's why once he sits on the past of the roses. He like kind of tease her with it. Like walk through the car. Because he's like I feel like is his way of saying Victoria. F like take a breather. Like don't don't always assume the worst here I like you. I WanNa meet your family. You're getting the roads. And he did that just so she can like not be so much in her own head and he could do something especial for her because I think he really likes her. And it's GonNa break me if this one doesn't work beforehand because I feel like he's invested a lot into it and he's really trying into show her that she can be confident what they have as far as a pull goes like he feels a pull toward a girl. I think she's second to Madison. Listen definitely yeah. I would agree with that. And then I also think that he pulls her aside and does stuff like that because she's like second in line to Madison and also because he knows that she reacts better in general when She's not in a group environment No you're right like he's getting to know her better now. The question is issue going to take some time to get to know him better and understand who he is because just saying you're in a mood every time we're together is not referencing that you know him any better. It's just like pretty much spouting out that you you don't like the guy. He's a move. If like every time Ashley hung out and you're like Ben. You're just always in a mood when you're around me. It's like what you're really saying. Is You just like like me. That sounds such a marriage comment like I tell Jerry like little. You're in a bad mood today. But I can't imagine telling crystals that that week. That's that's a lot of St Peter Back to Kelly and Hanane hit and gets rose. Kelly is going home he just sees them as more and more as friends. Kelly's confidence doesn't really seem to like be too shook. She sad shocked and I think she still is confused on why these girls continued to stay and she goes home. My question for you Ashley. Is this this. Kelly even really want to be there and and is she that into Peter no two weeks ago or like two episodes ago. They had that day where she was clearly not super into him and and was like. I'm not getting distracted by all like the drama here and I'm still trying to figure out basically whether I like like you enough right definitely that would be my take as well. Then she kept saying this is fun way and then she kept saying. I'm having a great time. I'm having fun. I'm having fun. And and then he's like okay. Well I don't want you to just have fun at this point and she's like it is more than just fine. You can tell it was so obvious she was going home again I again. Can I say at this point in the season. We're usually like really in deep these relationships and it feels like most of these women are still very surfaced. Like this is fine fine. Hey I just want to show you my little note that I wrote to you and Oh you're in these comments to me feel very surface so I I lead us into this before. Laurie Bring Connor on here in a second. I WanNa ask you this actually when I ask you a few questions. is this whole thing toxic environment that was spoken about Earlier and the lack of depth in these relationships. Is this a Peter Problem. Oh yeah there. Is this a cast problem. This is a cast problem Peter. Why not have helped a lot of dramatic situations like giving some girls roses before he should have given them roses and then they go back to the house? And there's more drama than sues because of it so he's made like some naive mistakes along the way but for the most part. This is definitely a problem. These girls are They WANNA win. There's so much incentive now to get far because of social media it's diff- it's a totally different game and I feel feel like this is is the most mature casts of girls who have.
"j connor" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Be Honest this whole Peter Producer thing is really messing with my head. Okay so you can get out of my head you guys. I just went back and I read the texts from My producer producer friend and. I sent him a screen shot of the allegations and I had to laugh in categories because I thought it was just so silly and and he responded by saying it's all over the Internet exclamation mark and I said so funny. That's that's all that's all it happened happened. That was when you came into this podcast. You said it's so not free. That's what you said Ashley. The good through -tective. Yeah I was GonNa say this the moment you need to sit down and learn from your assumptions and how you're reading situations and go. You got confident that that wasn't true based on that right there which you make me go. Oh Wow wow it is true that would make you go. Oh Wow this is probably true so what I think. There's also a picture of them with his family on New Year's Eve and there's some speculation about how she detached herself or something from it. Would you this. How much do you feel? Spoilers now I mean should we stop at this point like if it's true we're spoiling the whole thing of it's not true then I don't know but during during our break Torres said something really funny. She's like what if Chris Harrison interrupts that final rose ceremony as we see in the scene in the next episode and he said we all all production just found this out your producer just left because she can't handle seeing you get engage age. Oh my gosh anymore. I don't know team we're going to have to put it like at the beginning of this. PODCASTS say like the first twenty minutes of this is speculation. Something might be true that we have no clue. Fidel isn't it. If it's true we spoil the whole entire season. Well you know it was bound to happen one day. Gosh Dang it all right. Let's get this episode okay We ourselves Lima Peru when my favorite places in the world the food is amazing. The scenery is great in. Peter is hoping at this point to get out of the drama that has led them here to South America America. We find him face timing his mom. It's a sweet moment similar to what we've seen in the past. I think it's a good moment for us just to see where he's he's at and what he's in touch with his mom is at is obviously back in the US. Peter at this point Ashley. It's it's healthy for me as a viewer to watch every the episode. I expect to see him just like in tears in the fetal position in the corner be like. I don't WanNa do this anymore. Every episode every day I feel like he has a great way of have kind of starting over compartmentalizing. What happened in the past football player? Yeah it's weird right. Yeah on the next play. Yeah on the next play onto the next game Dan. I'm worried about Peter though starting with his entrance into the Girls Hotel Room. He's obviously realizing how hard this is. Ben and here's my thought right now. it's not been a secret. I'm a fan of Peter. I think Peter has made some some poor decisions along the way I think kissing girls in front of other girls not great. I think you could have put his foot down. But other than that Peterson. Nice guy and that's really all we want from. This show is to see a good guy or a good girl. Find Good Love I'm a fan of Peter Webber. I don't hate Peter Webber at all. But here's my thing I'm I'm worried. Once he walks into the room that we realized with the first time just how much of a disconnect there are between him and these women up to this point usually when it gets down to to this many we are vested into a couple relationships at least and we are familiar with every character and we understand their stories and what their struggles riggles are Ashley. I watch him walk into that room and I feel like he is. He's almost the stranger walking into a room. Full of not friends just like acquaintances and it feels weird watching it back. The only person I feel like he does have something. Genuine and strong with is Madison. Listen and we see him take her out on their On a date on one of their first one since week one technically it was episode one. Yeah and I mean she. She's she's so far so far beyond any other girl when it comes to connection. Yeah that's that's obvious. I watched this daytime data Mike. This is a date. This is the funny part Ashley. Their date felt like a date that we typically during season see like two weeks ago an and most of the dates like it felt like the date words like. Oh Yeah. They're into each other. This is good. This happens with two or three different girls. Now it's just like one good day on this show and we're all like oh there it is it's over. Oh I mean I kept saying it's over like just send everyone else home. It's not even close now now isn't so I mean I have a total theory that the scene in the next episode the coming episodes lead on. But we'll get there later I had. Here's the thing with this date though. There's a big moment this date the bothered me so the cocktail hour dinner party. Or whatever they do at the end and they're sitting being there and Madison obviously has very strong faith. Faith is is really important to her. My faith is very important to me. I know along with many any other people who've been on the show as you start to pursue somebody and you start to get closer and closer to the end if you're going to continue a relationship with them these are the kind of conversations that you have to to have almost early on and continue to build off of faith family what you hope for for what you dream dream of what your childhood dreams are. We're pursuing life like those are important conversations. The frilly this one for her. I was excited to see. She comes into it and says Peter. Here's why map. Here's what I really want. My Dad has led our family in this way In it's been something that I've always wanted husband. Peter Admits which I'm glad he did. Hate faith is something I have. But it's not been something that I put on the forefront of my life. I think he's just says it. Maybe it's something that I would like to get better at. which if I was Madison? This point I'd say Peter it's going to be hard for me to commit to you until like if this is that important to me until I see that this is a huge thing. All he says to her is I just want to know how to you. I am and she goes. That's all I need to hear. I'm like that doesn't make sense. We're talking about faith and what you want in the future and a guy says he's into you know well he said reading that wrong. Yeah I think so. I think he was like faith. Is something that I really want to get better at. And I'm excited about L.. Possibly being with a woman who could really strengthen that department of my life and then she was like. That's all I have to here is that you are willing and excited about becoming a bigger part of your life. Okay Yeah Fair. I mean I just felt like that conversation conversation was one. That was a big one. I felt like it was one that could have gone a lot of different directions and I feel like just settled out to like. Maybe I didn't feel like I learned anything about them other than that. They're not really on the same like page during that conversation. I felt like that was one that was really gonNa make or break this relationship ship and I just felt like I left to go on was okay. Well I think we'll see more of it next week when we go home with him With her and he's going to have have a conversation with her dad about this go well. Hey I'll be looking for to see nine of the woman in the House. We're talking about Madison's faith and just how important it was to her so could've madison for being herself. No matter where she's at during this experience and I'm glad That she brought up the Peter but at the same time. We'll flash back to the house where the where. The women are hanging out during Peter and Madison's Day and we find Tasha who has yet to get a one on one. She's a little bit distraught and upset about it but hey hey. Don't fear Natasha. Because Peter's coming through the day card that says let's explore for the second one date of the episode. There's like an equation to to this episode every year. Now it's like two one on ones with two SCHUMAN's that being Kelsey in Madison in this case one one day with a girl you're GONNA dump And then the three on one which is always up in the air. I can't imagine to this point. TASHA and having people get to one on ones multiple times before I get one point. Don't you think you're saying it's time for me to go like this. Just isn't working for us. Yeah I would say that right. Am I wrong like I'll speak for contestants out there and say that if you don't get a one on one within the first you know how many weeks we are now in the sun week seven like. This probably isn't something that you're going to want to invest too much more into unless you're just is having a good time. Yeah Yeah agree. Yeah I mean if it were if it were me there. I probably just myself home on the date. I thought Peter later. Well yes I think. That's kind of what happened. Honestly I mean it felt like they set down at dinner. Natasha Pretty soon knew that it wasn't going in a great direction. Peter knew that I was just trying to get her to a place where she understood and then they mutually parted ways. They had a great day out and say they mutually parted ways. She it wasn't happy Nash. Happy happy and she was like. Oh I know I'm GonNa find someone I hope you do. Yeah it was kind of interesting after her comment on. I got my expert too intense and then she's like yeah. I'm GonNa find somebody that was that moment for me. I was like Oh crap crap Peter all of a sudden I'd be thinking about my head. I hope I find somebody also because now I'm nervous I won't well good thing for Peter Kelsey still there madison instill Hanna. Hanna is still there. He couldn't stop worrying about during that day. He couldn't stop thinking about Madison during it. Though it was good I mean and I get hit it..
"j connor" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"I don't know if it's creating a toxic environment in the house but it's definitely making life. Social Media. Lakes makes life better and harder for conductive. Yeah I mean I think I think it's just like everything else in life as we're young we're GONNA make mistakes. How do we overcome those mistakes? How do we learn from our mistakes? It's it's the whole Kevin Hart thing like. Are you going to criticize me. I did fifteen years ago. Yeah I don't know. We have answered that question as a society at like nobody has answered. Thank Society will judge you for the mistakes made fifteen years ago even if you've moved on and grown. I don't know how to answer that. I'M NOT GONNA even way my opinion but it feels like now on this show that will be a common theme will be which one of these contestants since has something from the past that we're going to have to try to either forgive them for overcome they're going to have to overcome but we'll have to be brought up to the public while the air's in every contestant from here on has to know that going in this is that their dirty laundry will be spread once they say yes to be on the show it it. I think it will add a whole new element. Hey Ashley I want to pause you here And I WANNA get into later so I don't want to answer but I wanNA tease this for our listeners. Out there later on the podcast. I'm GonNa ask you this question. I'm going to have you answered. Okay based on Crystals Synopsis that it's toxic environment. Is that due to the women or feels like right now. Peter Weber is getting the criticism for allowing this toxic environment to continue to come up. Whose fault if if we have to blame it on somebody is it? We'll talk about that later on in the podcast. Also I ask all of your listeners to please write us at Ben and Ashley Iheartmedia Dot it come and let us know your opinion before you even listen to the second section on what our opinions are on that. Hey actually next Topic crisp cows. He was being flirty party with Katie Morton on instagram. This week she posted something along the lines of like aware as The favorite your favorite place that you've ever been to the world and then currents coming underneath it saying your house here. Oh I know so does that kid. That's heavy I know. Oh you know it was annoying. I saw that his comment literally moments after I left being with Katie and I could've astor Mr texted her but what is what is her. What is her feelings for Chris? Like do you feel like after being around her. She probably took this comment and laughed and giggled. And I go Chris. You're funny or is this like. Is this going to hurt her. I mean if I was engaged case. So let me go back to my relationship from the show. Okay and I'm what two months off for the break-up and this was said I would be so confused like so confused. Her disheveled hold that that was set after like. I don't know I just don't feel like when you're engaged and you break up this type of stuff you talk about and say I guess it leads us as an audience at the end and not like if we weren't friends with Katie and I couldn't just texture From an audience point of view. I would see that as like. They're they're talking talking again right. Let's let's start the rumor in the almost podcast that there is a possibility that Katy and Chris are potentially may be talking based on this competent. Torey is she knows stuff and she's looking at me and I'm not gonNA call her out or put on the Mike but she's like laughing and she says she thinks are off base and just go that well. Hey Anyway it's a story. We talked about it Chris. Bukowski is flirty with Katie Morton on instagram. We have no idea Next Door Nick Vile wants Demi Burnett also semi nets. That sounds so weird She's Demi Not Levada me so nick wants Demi to lead the Bachelorette and have both female and male contestants Obviously Nick and Demi are quite close and I liked the idea of it. I definitely think that she should be in the running. There's a lot all of them. I don't have a good work here I'm going to call it messy nece. That could happen if demme who is somebody who was sexually. Fluid is the lead you would supposedly need straight guys like half straight guys have straight girls to be the cast because if you can fluid people you would run the risk of them falling in love while they're in the house and I guess that is something we could be the open to as well but it definitely changes the structure of the show. Yeah I mean that happened a few years ago I remember talking to think Lance Bass was the host of it. I forget that's exactly. Yeah it was on cable and it was just for gay guys. Yeah and we I remember talking to Lance about it and that was a legitimate concern from production of how do we keep people people from falling in love with each other in house because that's not the concept of the show great if it happens. Connections are being made. People were falling in love. But it's hard to produce Intel a story when when there's so many different storylines that could be kind of coming to fruition within the House I think Demi would be. I mean think about this Demi went from being on Colton season to kind of being the we never knew what the caller she wasn't the villain of the season she just like was the one that would stir up havoc or like was always kinda commenting on things to them being on Paradise and having a beautiful story the bachelor nation celebrated with her to now being a front runner for bachelorette is as much of a transition addition on the show. As anybody we've seen I mean maybe since Colton Underwood Colton underwent went from being like kind of. Yeah maybe Bachelor slayer but there's more people that will probably pick above him to going on paradise and kind of having a Niagara Storyline and then all of a sudden he's Bachelor and beloved Demi has has made a triumphant run towards the top. And her name I think is probably legitimately up there for Bachelor. I think she's in the top. I really yeah. I think she's would be maybe even above anybody from this season. I think you'll be hearn. Hannah Brown right now. I don't know how I mean. We'll get into a layer another tease for later on the PODCAST. I'll ask Ashley who her top choice for Bachelor Bachelorette is right now. Because I I don't know like with neither nobody knows We'll talk about that later. But yes I'm with you Ashleigh. Dimming has to be up there are last news for the week is it is a conspiracy theory. That is absolutely not true. But I think it's humorous enough to discuss on the PODCAST. Some people are speculating that Peter ends up with one of his producers servers and this producer is Hayes like one on one or the the producer that sticks around with here all the time. People all are looking through way too hard thinking that he ends up with her and that. I don't think it's going to happen. Actually I know it's not happening. I can confirm well. Here's the thing. How does this even start? Because every year you get off the show and you have a one on one producer if you're the bachelor the Bachelorette sure at and you spend a ton of time with him and you go to all these cool events with them and you'll go to award shows with them you go to the New Jersey thing with them like this is not uncommon. It's happened for years at least since I've been on this show. How did this rumor start? Okay so I have. I have the the points. The bullet points filming wrapped on November seventeenth and this producer went to Sydney with another producer. Potentially why Peter's mom is saying bring her home because La is home to both of them and said producer. User is still in Australia. Meanwhile Peter is backing A. It's not until the producer returns to La that that things get serious two weeks later. I think they reconnect. Figure things out the nightclub in Vegas. They're at a nightclub in Vegas with other bachelor people we'll And it gives them the opportunity to go slow in public with people that they trust they are both in. La this whole time no need for a safe house visit because they can just say they're get they're meeting up because it's work another who's reporting and these are like I think a collective amount this is. This is a compilation that women's Health magazine put together based on lots of people's research on Rennet to sit. Yeah you just tell us a little bit more. Let's summarize this here because it's confusing so let some. I'll summarize at this point. The rumor has started. It has spread everywhere. If you Google Peter Weber's name right now. It's one of the first articles that come up. And it's not just one source that Peter Webber actually falls in love with his producer from the show and they leave the show together. Ashley is claiming that it's definitely not true. Want to pause you Ashley and say why are you so confident. I'm confident because I have. I have people that I know the production team shocking right. Yeah it would be a lot more fun to go through these bullet points about how they could lead into a relationship together. If I didn't just tell you that's absolutely not true. In you just know we we can say here on the almost famous podcast. Well we will source this and say it is absolutely not true. Well then again n my source and production could be totally throwing me off. He has produced for many years. Oh this is also scary and confusing right right now. We'll say that based on our knowledge Peter Weber is not fall in for his producer but production and the people. The bachelor have kept better. Your secrets my source did say. Isn't that just so silly or like so ridiculous. They never really said hard now. Now that I think about it Ashleigh the I think we need to now reverse our claim and say it could be true producer. Tori just sent a little piece of paper over my my way and hits that this producer created a pinterest board a wedding in travel themed Pinterest Board the night. The show ended around that time. I don't know if that means anything. I think if anything it would be her planning Peter and whoever he ends up with. wooding have zero comment on this. Is that really evidence. I don't know anymore Ashley now. Now I'm confused and if that's the way this show in this season I'll tell you one thing it will be one of the most dramatic crazy wild wild things I've ever experienced in my life. Hey that's we're gonNA leave this topic because I don't know what to say. That's the hot topics for today. Let's take a break and we'll come back active breakdown Peter's episode in Lima Peru of the bachelor.
"j connor" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Oh Hey hey. Hey Ashley I'm in Mesa Arizona right right now we're practicing Four the live tour. The Bachelor live on stage starts on the thirteenth. And so right. Now I'm in Mesa in my dressing room and Ashley Year in Los Angeles so we're not together and it's sad. Well we're GONNA be together on Friday. We're GONNA need some podcasts together to be cool and I will be making a special appearance at the Reno. Oh a day on the bachelor live tour. Ben People are probably like why. What are you her seeing you to standing up on the MIC? It's like a Broadway show a per junction auction. You're doing can you explain to people like what's going to be happening. It's not just Washington a couple people date it's like you're saying. Are you singing. Not what I hope so. You know. It's wild so first off. I had a terrible flu for three days so I flew out here on on Wednesday which was the six and for the you know since then I've had a fever but we've put in like eight to ten hour days as practising for this tour So I'm struggling a bit so if I start to fall asleep happily the podcast you know why but I took a little break from practice to talk to you and talk to the audience but yeah it's been rough. I've had some some massive fevers but I'm glad it happened. Now and not why we're touring. So we've we've talked a little bit but I think now is a really good time to talk about it since it starts this week. So the bachelor live on stage tour. Was this idea that happened. Because batch donation nations everywhere from big cities small cities so we're going to sixty six cities around the US. Were picking a lucky local bachelor from each city and then ten women that he's lucky enough to date on stage they will go through group dates one on one dates. They will have a fantasy suites. They will have hometowns. They will fill up hometowns breath. They'll have hometowns. Parents are all their Ashley. This show thought everything. I'M NOT KIDDING IT IS I. I went into this when I said Yes to this. What was it seventy eight months ago I was like Oh? This'll be fun. It is a crew that is massive. The amount of time effort and money put into the show is incredible. They're they're just they've thought of everything and what it's really going to do is kind of allow fans of the show to see how the show happens on TV Except live in front of them for two and a half hours and possibly see if connections can be made on stage. It's been great. I would love to give you details but you know just as as you'd assume the show really want you to have to come to the show and then we'll come back on the podcast and we'll I'll talk all about my eyewitness. Yeah it's GonNa be wild I'm super pumped about it. It's been a lot more than I expected. I will be dancing Hosting with BECCA. Kufra N- They're out there practicing thing right now. I can look at the screen and see them doing it but yeah it it's GonNa be fun and I'm glad that we get to go to all these places around the US and say hi to Bachelor Nation. I think is really gonNA be inexperienced trip around the country for anybody that watches the show so please come out and see us at one of the sixty six cities Bashar live on stage dot com to find a place. It's near you get some tickets very very cool. Are we ready to talk about hot topics around the bachelor nation super confused by some of these. so how `bout you leaders us and then I have some fog questions just to figure out. What exactly is happening? Okay so I'm just going to read this statement that Tammy put out to her in Ceram last week apologizing for being nasty. She says quote. Okay I'm going to address this once and for all remember that this is a show I do take responsibility for my action and I never intended tended to hurt anyone. I'm very sorry to those. I did hurt but my heart was never coming from an intentionally malicious place eh. I already don't like his apology because she started out sounding so happy puppy. Okay I'M GONNA draft once and for all I tend to gravitate towards humor in situations like this. Nothing about that was humorous. Because I'm not trying to more in the past mistakes that I've made. They're all human. We're all we're all human. All of us have done things. We're not proud of so. Please hear me when I say I never meant to hurt anyone and I'm sorry my five minute nasty moment on TV doesn't define who. I am respect that that that's me saying respect just like how your mistakes digs undefined. Who you are either? Remember that all of us who participated in the show are human too and some of you say nasty things to us us then we also respect. Okay so I got it like obviously I get it. How do you feel like this is a genuine apology? Then I think he's a genuine apology. I just think any apology that turns it back on me. Being the victim again is not exactly fair. Like what are you apologizing for your mean to somebody. I think you own and you know again. We've gone through this year over year. Fans needs need to be nicer to the contestants. Come on the show dear putting yourself out there. It's not easy but also contestants on the show it's never okay for what people say to you. I will never say you should just ignore it and just move on and don't let it bother you. It hurts but please know that when you start to get these like hateful comments and people start to troll you on instagram. Social Media Your aren't alone it's been happening for years and it's happened to every single person and I think that's where this for me goes just know Tammi that you aren't aloneness. Were everybody got. Hey and so what we should be talking about is how do we love better better and not. How do we eliminate more? It's I think love eliminate and I agree with her when she says like. Don't let my mistakes define me because I've said some stupid with stupid stuff on the show to and take it back and I regret I don't regret like a ton of actions by definitely regret some comments that I made just being Sassy and totally the overly emotional in the interview room but I do think that she's like not really apologizing to the girls that she heard there she's apologized. She's like saying sorry that she looks better. Better to the bachelor audience. Yeah I mean that's always. That's always the kind of the way that you value in apology is why you doing. Are you doing it to actually apologize. aww Is to the to the women that were min that you heard or whoever was hurt in the process. Were you doing it to enhance your own image. I don't know here I don't think you are claiming to know either but will say is just make sure that apologies coming from a place of. I'm sorry for what I said and I'm sorry for what I did and then we all can go. I get it. We've you've done it too but if it's I'm sorry for what I did and also look. How great is still in? Its like yeah. Works also apology seller contests don't have have to be pro like don't have to be public. I think if it's a true policy the pulse is in private and then like if you really if you need that to be out there that I'm sure or the girl will back you up when you go film women tell all next week and you know if they come at you then hopefully Kelsey or McKenna China would say something like she did. Come to me in jobs privately off camera like it was very nice and I accept it the best way to go about things that would be awesome. I would love if sometime on. Don't tell all people are like. Hey we've talked off camera without any cameras because this was such a big and prevalent to us. We've resolved it and we come here today. Just tell you that adults still exist on the show and adults really do care about each other on this show and we're going to move forward even though it it's hurt. That would be an amazing the moment I would love to watch that and I hope it goes down this time on tele the best way and tant Tim. You're listening it's the best way all right moving on Emma Bachelor Alum Crystal Nielsen Calls The show environment toxic. I would say that to each his own when it comes to calling the environment of the show. Any word any adjective to be honest. Because like I would never have thought it'd be toxic but crystal didn't have a great experience on the show so for her hurt was toxic. Her quote is it's so crazy watching the bachelor because it feels like such a toxic environment. They're in honestly. I think it's really scary very and I think that in this case crystal is alluding to this currencies and of the bachelor which I also think it's toxic. I think that these girls are out for themselves. There wasn't seem to be many genuine relationships being formed. It seems like a scary cold place to be. Feels like contestants from the past Ashley and tell. Tell me if I'm wrong. This is a if this is. What crystal saying is that? This season feels toxic to be in that house. It feels like for the first time in a long time. Contestants are starting to speak. Speak out and say I could not be in this house. This house doesn't feel fun. Yeah Debbie I sat on twitter like that's kind of what's being said from most people that have been on the show before right like this is the first time that people watch and go. There's not one moment I've wanted to be in the house. Now I use it like not at all dread staying home home when there was a group date or a or one on going on I was just GonNa hang out my friends today. Sounds bad but these girls like God. I've I didn't get to escape from them. I'd be very sad. She continues by saying seeing all this stuff come up from Kent contestants now like blast from the past means that anything could be exposed on the show now especially how they are leaking everyone earlier That is very interesting because there are some stories that are being dredged up about these contestants like Sydney had to go have all those photos from her yearbook. Come out last week. And people were insinuating that she wasn't actually eating lunch alone in a bathroom stall because the pictures and then of course. There's about Victoria floating around on the Internet. And I think we'll learn more about that next week and there is Victoria's whitefish lives matter campaigns and all this stuff probably..
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"Pain indesit i'm still math interesting deem name welcome to the latest installment of the extrordinary negroes it is your boy j connor and i'm alex hardy and what you've been up to black man man staying alive out here actually been making a lot of progress with guessing joy probably working on that i can't announce one hundred percent just yet but it's been good to just talk you talk your shit it'd be some big news coming soon yeah we spend my team and i we've been working hard on pulling gets enjoy for those who don't know have a mental health initiative designed to help promote wellness and mental ability and such among black and brown folks and we're working on a big project that i really really hope to be announcing hopefully this week or next week that will be yes something substantial and that will live on ever and will be amazing in hope folks get their shit together mentally and emotionally so i'm excited about it goes to be involved involved in everybody will be pleased so that's been the biggest thing and trying to get my gear that any i'm bonnie going home soon like i haven't been home i wrote about having home since then go home for christmas last year so finally going home have those difficult conversations with family and go take a raking get loved on and soak up some some hinton virginia love and my grandma's food and get my mind.