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Roy Moore’s defamation suit against Baron Cohen rejected

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Roy Moore’s defamation suit against Baron Cohen rejected

"Comedian Sasha Baron Cohen has scored another legal win over a former U.S. Senate candidate A federal appeals court in New York has dealt another blow to former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Rory Moore more who was an ally of president Donald Trump ran for the U.S. Senate in 2017 During that time he faced allegations of having pursued romantic and sexual relationships with teenage girls when he was in his 30s During that time Sacha Baron Cohen taped him in a TV appearance in which he used a mock pedophile detector that went off in Moore's presence More sued for defamation but a lower court ruled in favor of Baron Cohen noting that more signed a disclosure that barred him from suing the appeals court has now upheld that ruling A Moscow's Gabriel

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Giffords documentary comes as gun debates stay center stage

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Giffords documentary comes as gun debates stay center stage

"As the gun debate takes center stage a documentary premieres next month about former congresswoman Gabby Giffords Giffords was shot in the head during an appearance outside a supermarket in Tucson Arizona in 2011 6 people were killed It has been really important to move ahead to not look back I hope others are inspired to keep moving for no matter what Co director Betsy west says Giffords had life threatening injuries We heard that her husband had videotaped so much of her recovery That certainly made us think wow people are going to want to see this Gifford's husband is former astronaut and now senator Mark Kelly I'm getting better I'm getting it slowly but I'm getting Shirley Co director Julie Cohen hopes the documentary makes you feel as motivated as Gabby Giffords is Not only for the fight against gun violence but just like the motivation to live life to the fullest I'm Ed

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Author Deborah Cohen Describes the 'Big Get' Interviews of the 1930s

History Unplugged Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Author Deborah Cohen Describes the 'Big Get' Interviews of the 1930s

"The journalists in your book are interviewing the most important political figures of their day. Hitler Mussolini Franco Trotsky, Gandhi, Churchill, FDR. Could you describe some of these encounters and also, how important were these interviews? For example, would this be as high profile as if Anderson Cooper, Chris Wallace, were interviewing Vladimir Putin right now in the day of this recording his early April as that Russian Ukrainian war is still going on, or would it be more of a puff piece? Could you talk about these encounters with these world leaders? These are the analogy that you draw as exactly right. These are the big guts of their time. And in part, the reason why these interviews are so significant in this analogy with Putin brings this is that there's a sense that these are the figures who are determining history. So history is being made by them and also through them. So actually getting to sit down with them allows a reporter a kind of privileged access into the psychology and to the intellectual thought process, you know, it's not the same, you know, you could sit down with my career or Ramsay MacDonald or any number of kind of normal political leaders. And you've got, you know, some of their spend, you got maybe a little bit of a glimpse, but fundamentally you didn't think that their personality was making history. On the other hand, once you're dealing with a Trotsky or a Mussolini or a Hitler or Stalin or a Putin, it's certainly the case that they are outsized figures who is Jimmy shin puts in our managing to channel the tide of history, quite literally. So how important these are and what you get from them really does depend upon who you're talking

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Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably

History Unplugged Podcast

02:32 min | 2 months ago

Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably

"The people in your book are mostly forgotten as you know, but at their time they were household names. Can you tell me briefly about Dorothy Thompson, John Guthrie, HR knickerbocker, and Vincent Sheehan? Absolutely. So Dorothy Thompson amassed a string of firsts. She was the first American woman to run a major overseas news bureau. She was the first American foreign correspondent to be kicked out of Hitler's Germany in 1934, and she was the first woman political columnist to have a syndicated column, political column of her own. And in the late 30s, she's reaching 8 to 10 million readers with her thrice weekly columns. John Gunther makes his name with a book inside Europe published in 1936 that this taboo breaking behind the scenes account of the foibles of European leaders. So Hitler is given to crying Jags. He reports and has as Gunther puts it an Oedipus complex as big as a house, Mussolini is very superstitious, and so on and so forth. And this is a huge book of the time. It sells more than a million copies. It's not just a bestseller in the United States. It's also a bestseller across Europe. And it's a book that makes Gunther's name. HR knickerbocker comes from Texas. He's born in Texas. And he's the son of a southern methodist minister. He always carries a Bible in his suitcase, though he can swear in all of the major European languages. He's reportedly the highest paid foreign correspondent in the world, as I said, mostly working for William Randolph Hearst's international news service and among other accomplishments he becomes the bet noir of Hitler's propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels. And then there's Vincent Sheehan, so she and is reporter he was working for a number of different outlets among them the Chicago Tribune and he writes a book entitled personal history, published in 1935 at wins the first national book award for biography inaugural award. And this book really captured the zeitgeist of the era in a way that no other book does. What she and his writing about is his own quest as a journalist. To figure out the relationship between his life and world events, or as he puts it, the one life that he has in the millions of lives into which it's cast.

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Is Amy Schumer Still Stealing Jokes?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Is Amy Schumer Still Stealing Jokes?

"Amy Schumer the other night was on watch what happens live, which I gotta tell you. It's just the way this society has turned. You know, it used to be Johnny Carson, now we gotta sit down with Andy Cohen and have fake fucking cocktails and talk gay about bullshit reality shows. That was, that's what gives you clout now. That's what makes people quote your interviews. It's so ridiculously homosexual. Sit down with me, have a cocktail with an umbrella in it, and we'll dish the dirt. It's so stupid. But here we are, 2022. So she's on watch what happens live. And a fan calls in and asks Amy Schumer, did you lift the joke that one liner that you said on the Oscars from a nearly identical post on Twitter from December of 2021? I mean, this is where we're going. Like I said, Twitter has become the title tale police. It's always been the title tale police. So somebody, look, I feel for Amy short. Maybe she lifted a joke. There's been talk about her doing that for years. But every single one of us is in the crosshairs of any asshole sitting in the basement with a laptop from going into our previous social media history for the last 15, 20 years, and finding a nugget that oh wow, this is really wow, this is no good. We can cancel this person. So on one hand, I don't like that this is happening. But on the other hand, I'm happy it's happening to Amy Schumer.

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James O'Keefe: Project Veritas Is Going to Keep Going

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

James O'Keefe: Project Veritas Is Going to Keep Going

"If this was a case about let's say The Daily Beast right That got a hold of Donald Trump Jr.'s diary or whatever And the diary had some explosive things in it which would reflect poorly on Donald Trump The Daily Beast would be celebrated worldwide and if the Donald Trump administration were still in office had Bill Barr get secret warrants against The Daily Beast This would be the water gate of our time Do you have any doubt about that But the fact that the political roles are reversed and they just don't like your journalism because you expose them all the time They're trying to sweep this thing under The Rock We can't let that happen Yeah I think they're like schoolyard bullies These are these federal prosecutors What the Ivy League schools they hide behind the bag They think they're a big tough man because they can rate a journalist home But what I found about these bullies they've been doing this team my whole life I mean this is not my first rodeo I'll be my last rodeo I was arrested in New Orleans all those U.S. attorneys resigned and disgraced and lost their law license for what they did to me and other people that they railroaded And then every lawsuit they filed against me they lose and we filed a loss against The New York Times and had a judge in the Supreme Court of New York rule against The New York Times So I think the most important thing Dan is to keep going and to be brave and to not back down when you're punched in the face by a schoolyard bully but to stand up we've done nothing illegal We don't break the law There's no evidence of any illegal behavior And to your point a diary since when do the feds investigate this I don't even like even It wasn't like a Cohen We did a hypersonic missile right Right it just it was an ugly story in that It made people look bad It was not a national security incident You didn't break it to anyone's house We didn't publish it

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How Did Paul Pelosi Jr. Miss His Business Partners' Criminal Past?

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 7 months ago

How Did Paul Pelosi Jr. Miss His Business Partners' Criminal Past?

"In 2009 Pelosi junior was recruited to be president and an environmental investment company called natural blue resources The firm was ostensibly formed to find and use new underground aquifers in New Mexico But an SEC investigation found the company was in fact secretly controlled by two convicted criminals Who use Pelosi junior and others as a front to let them personally profit from the company without disclosing their past According to charges filed in 2014 Pelosi junior was recruited to create the firm along with former New Mexico governor and attorney general Tony anaz by the two consultants so called James Cohen and Joseph karasi Cohen had previously been jailed for financial fraud Had been charged with breaking federal securities laws and was permanently barred from acting as an officer of a public company Let me ask you a question Your Pelosi junior you recruited by these guys Don't you do a minimal amount of vetting like Google the names of these guys and then you can find out their criminal pass right mister producer How hard is that to do

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Ryan Seacrest still king of New Year's Eve television

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Ryan Seacrest still king of New Year's Eve television

"The the battle battle of of the the new new year's year's eve eve whose whose has has now now been been settled settled well well drunk drunk then then might might drop drop that's that's how how we we win win for for Ryan Ryan Seacrest Seacrest as as twenty twenty twenty twenty one one rolled rolled into into twenty twenty twenty twenty two two Nielsen Nielsen reports reports the the man man who who inherited inherited Dick Dick Clark's Clark's new new year's year's eve eve franchises franchises still still number number one one no no matter matter what what Andy Andy Cohen Cohen has has to to say say on on the the matter matter the the ABC ABC broadcast broadcast reach reach nineteen nineteen point point six six million million viewers viewers between between eleven eleven thirty thirty and and twelve twelve thirty thirty AM AM and and in in the the fifteen fifteen minutes minutes around around the the midnight midnight that that audience audience jumped jumped to to twenty twenty four four point point two two million million people people that that was was a a blow blow to to a a drunken drunken Cohen Cohen who who co co hosted hosted CNN's CNN's coverage coverage from from New New York York he he got got attention attention for for referring referring to to Seacrest Seacrest quote quote group group of of losers losers among among other other things things two two days days later later a a sobered sobered up up Colin Colin apologize apologize saying saying he he was was stupid stupid and and drunk drunk and and feeling feeling it it I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Rep. Steve Cohen Says CRT Isn't Taught in Virginia, Despite Terry McAuliffe's Admission

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Rep. Steve Cohen Says CRT Isn't Taught in Virginia, Despite Terry McAuliffe's Admission

"Steve Cohen is a guy that ate a bunch of bucket of greasy chicken in Congress calling a Republican a chicken for not showing up for a committee It's literally his biggest accomplishment As a congressman was eating a bucket of chicken for a photo op He went on TV on Washington journal on C-SPAN And he actually said this about critical race theory trying to imply that anyone that believed that critical race theory was being taught in America was insane Are the Wii party And we're trying to bring it about and bring about more fairness and equity And so many of the people that I hear on the show and I see in the communities that not sure about these things and tend to be Republicans if they analyze these programs these programs are best for them People the man that won the governor of Virginia I understand he's a nice fellow I had a friend that worked at the car law group with him and said he was a nice guy I'm sure he is But he campaigned to win and he campaigned and talked about keeping racial critical racial theory out of the schools in Virginia Was not in the schools in Virginia I want to keep dinosaurs out of the bathrooms of a little girls We don't have dinosaurs in the bathrooms but I could be by the way this is a democratic congressman Who's a leader of the Democratic Party Steve Cohen whose biggest accomplishment is eating greasy chicken out of a bucket in Congress trying to make comparisons about dinosaurs and girls bathrooms Saying that critical a serious and thought British schools even though we absolutely know that it is And Terry McConnell admitted it was It's the reason why there's a bill that dealt

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

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Rep. Steve Cohen Says Joe Biden Hasn't Been Seen Around in 9 Months

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Steve Cohen Says Joe Biden Hasn't Been Seen Around in 9 Months

"I think the president should be involved Very few of them seeing the president 9 months he's been president And I think he should come to a caucus Now that's interesting for a couple reasons Probably don't recognize that voice offhand if you do I mean two points You are super super wonky That is Tennessee Democrat Steve Cohen Okay Democrat Steve Cohen This was before Biden did his dog and pony show Capitol Hill today the nothing burger as it has been described to which clearly as of now that's the case because here we are hours later at this point and still crickets on Capitol Hill in terms of any movement on any of the human fund the George upon see the human fund money for people Which of course the House progressive caucus the house Marxist they are demanding come to a vote before they vote on the so called bipartisan deal that passed the Senate So nothing's happening Nothing But Steve Cohen a Democrat member of Congress Think about this for a moment A Democrat member of Congress is saying yeah I think I'd be good because most of us haven't even seen the guy I mean what Joe Biden has been president of the United States For about 9 months he's a Democrat member of Congress And he's saying he nor must anybody they haven't seen the guy

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Author Lee Smith Sets Record Straight on Multiple Collusion Hoaxes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 11 months ago

Author Lee Smith Sets Record Straight on Multiple Collusion Hoaxes

"You know as you were talking there I was going through You were mentioning all of the hoaxes in this collusion thing that fake nonsense that have now fallen apart It wasn't just one Yes folks the core tenant of it was Hillary's big lie that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians But there were sub pieces to it And Lee I'm just gonna ask you where any of these true or false Was a pee pee tape ever discovered Yeah no no no No okay Okay Okay so that is going through a check Let's see Yeah because you know And the audience okay so the pee pee tape was made up As far as we know has ever any evidence ever been produced that Trump's lawyer at the time Michael Cohen met with anyone in Prague to get emails Have you seen any evidence that actually happened No okay So there we go Lee we're off for two buddy This is one of the few times where a batting average of zero is a good thing Okay here's number three We just addressed this so I can answer for you The DNC hack could it have happened Maybe is there any evidence No because nobody's produced it So we got that one Here's another one The alpha bank Russian bank the alphabet connection to Trump Tower Is there any evidence whatsoever anywhere that's ever been produced that that was a secret communication channel between Trump and Russia any No and in fact the DOJ debunked this three different times That's the joke It's like in October 2016 which The New York Times reported then Mueller and now the Durham indictments are different branches of the DOJ if the bunk is three times So the fact that people are still out there pushing the alphabet stories again it just tells you how far how nutty our elite have gone right They're still pushing this

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Michael West as "Tree"   A Comedy Interview   Show #84 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:35 min | 11 months ago

Michael West as "Tree" A Comedy Interview Show #84 - burst 01

"But he's a big guy that has seen a block out the sun. He wore a black leather jacket. Like kind of like you'd picture from the biker movies and black leather chaps and and was kind of an intimidating figure. Well okay you were scary looking guy you would come on stage in everybody in the room would kind of lean back a little bit and what was so interesting was that you had this kind of scary big persona on stage but off stage. A lot of the staff commented on you being one of nicest guys they ever worked with and by the way. Thank you for that When i told several the old staff people that i was going to be interviewing you. They were not only a very excited. That we connected but wanted to share that you're one of their favourite people to work with because you were such a nice guy off state so there's that but then when i would go through the rules at the beginning of my set rule number one was always tip your server would. Yeah we reinforce. The course of the evening because i came from a background of like over thirty years in food and beverage the bartender by cook in my mom's restaurant when i was thirteen. So so food beverages my blood. We'll show you imagine this. Big intimidating guy Laid out in black leather coming out and pointing at the audience. And saying you will tip the waitresses. I learned. I learned to why you say the word server servers. Well there you go but still. It was a great way to start off your set. So let's let's back up a little bit. Because i know what Working with you how. That was it laughs but Share with the audience. How did you kind of fall into. Stand up comedy. It's something that i had. Since i was a kid and i'm probably dating myself but growing up watching the old ed sullivan show and shows variety shows I always loved the when the comedian came again. You like checking green myron cohen You know the old borscht belt comics the first ones and then Involved into you know cosby carlin's Which she prior. Before he turned into richard pryor notice when people were watching. You know family watching it. Everybody was laughing and so everybody was in a good mood. And i always liked

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The FDA Dithers Over Approving Booster Vaccine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:00 min | 11 months ago

The FDA Dithers Over Approving Booster Vaccine

"The fda has got the ability to approve fighters booster in. Israel have approved this booster. Israel has been ahead of us on the science at every step of the way except for the invention of the vaccine. Which did i follow. Closely by. Madeira and johnson and johnson israel. Roll that out. Israel got immune i. Israel says we're doing butchers and everyone gets one why because it will stop the fourth way to completely intuitive the risks are minimal. they're not non existent occasional case. I mean very rare cases of young men getting inflamed heart condition very rare. Very very rare. That happens anyway and and everyone should get the vaccine. I've told you that many times. It's a no brainer. A no brainer. A no brainer. But unless you've got an underlying medical condition that says don't get immunity but you. I don't believe in the government max a vaccine mandating vaccines because we are free. People and people get to make choices in this country. One of the choices ought to be to get a booster. And i'm going to get rich and his. I'm six months out. Which is this week from my vaccine. Why because i don't want to get this. And he i don't wanna break out i don't i have seen. I have too many people on the spectrum from a cold former national security adviser. Robert o'brien to their dad dad and people in between all those died in didn't and people who stayed home for a week or two weeks or three weeks and felt horrible and long cohen. It's not worth it. I don't want to have to use ivermectin although i believe. There is some independent verification of its effectiveness. I don't wanna do that. I don't wanna get it. I want to be here talking to you every morning. And i want people to be smart. If you're driving to work listen to me. This is not even a close call. The way the potential downsides against the potential risk. That's life it's not a close call. Go get vaccinated. Go get a booster. Should you can get a

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First Trial in U.S. College Admission Scandal to Begin in Boston Court

NPR News Now

01:05 min | 1 year ago

First Trial in U.S. College Admission Scandal to Begin in Boston Court

"Morning in boston opening arguments in the college. Admission scandal trial from member station. Gbh in boston kirk care. Pezzo reports that dozens of parents including celebrities have been charged with corruption and pleaded guilty in the case but until now no one has been tried to dad's former casino executive gamal abdelaziz and private equity adviser. John wilson are still fighting the charges in court. The defense will argue that these two dads thought they were playing. Within the rules of a shadow system perpetuated by colleges in which rich people donate to schools to help their kids get in and that is a strong defense from two thousand feet federal prosecutor. Jeffrey cohen says this marks the first time this system of greasing the wheels for elite has been put to the test. We're really going to have a jury of regular people who probably try to get their kids into college. At some point deciding what went on here the prosecution will depend on wiretapped conversations

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"j. cohen" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Ready obviously got fall a you high school season. We're getting ready for the nba. There's a ton of tugboat with the nets and the lakers. If you've been an all star in the last twenty years and you're willing to work for little those are two teams you're gonna play for. I mean the the litany of Of of guys that are. i mean. It's crazy what what they're adding in terms of names whether they comply or not. That's a completely different story. We'll see with rondo now being a laker Lamarcus aldridge being a net. There's they there's some. There's names that you remember in the question is can they still play. I don't know the answers. That on the benches of the lakers and the brooklyn nets. But i wanted to get you this story. it's a really good one. J cohen's a guy who i i know. His uncle and i got to meet his father. And i remember when he was coming up and he ultimately signed a davidson and then was the two time so calm player of the year He went from a guy who was lightly recruited at first too heavy recruited by by high level academic schools goes davidson becomes a hell of college player and then goes maccabi tel aviv but Losses contract you know. They cut him. He circled back and now he's in his third stint this year with maccabi tel aviv. Or in the great teams in all of the world but how he got there fascinating. Let's take a listen to my discussion about his life and career. Here's jay cohen. I jake before we get onto your legendary status currently in israel lend to wear it all start light so your first memories of basketball are wearing went howled what rec center. Gimme that gimme the rundown. My first marina basketball is probably in our basement on the fisher price hoop with my dad and older brother and i remember we would play like one on wanner one onto and if you didn't use your left hand doing a left handed layup block it and if you did use your left hand he would let you score thousand. That's probably my first memory in the basement with fisher price i love. It is a great way to teach. Ambidextrous is is. I'm only going to only gonna throw your shit stands you if you come with the the The wrong hand reinforcing. Good habits how. How much older than us. Your big brother. He's he's about three and a half years older but four grades apart so we actually never were in in school together. Show he with that was he. Was he where you big when you're young. Was he big. When you're young like what was what were you guys like going up He was much bigger than me growing up like being forty years older. That's a big difference. And he was a really good athlete to he played a. He played quarterback darkness in college. So he was a good athlete and he bullied me quite a bit. Grown up both on and off the athletic fields but is good for me. Go like my brother. So my brother's four years older than me and he used to you know and i guess four five by the end of being five grades. Because i stayed back and Used to the same thing. Do all kinds of shitty things like. Hey we're gonna play ball at the elementary school. After you know like four o'clock need is there. And like i'd be there. I go get my good outdoor shoes by ball on. I'd be warmed up. No-one would show up just all kinds of or come home and just locked me out of the house appearance both slack near the house just to just to just now. Did you ever play on his gene growing up. Where you're the little guy with younger guy. Just trying to try to fit it. No no i mean. He wouldn't even let me play with his friends i was. I was always the outcast on big brother. Funny way of teaching essence. As i'm sure you can relate to But yeah it was. It wasn't until he went away to college. And i started high school that we started being friendly to each other. I don't know if he missed me. Or what but or if it was. Because i went on my growth spurt melissa mouse taller than he was. So it's a could have been a bunch of different reasons for that but now we're best friends but looking back on our relationship like when i was in middle school and stuff it was it was rocky. So that's very interesting so you grew owlry when you grow a. I went from my freshman year when i was like what. That's when you're fourteen or fifteen. I guess yeah so. He went away to college like in august. I was like six one. And then he went. He came back for thanksgiving. And i was six six. And he's six five so like i've got those five inches on like four months on three months on my. Gosh you must have been terrible basketball. During that time. I wasn't on any Early you know rankings. Lists was not good. That is very true. Shell was was he goes dark was he. Like a high school. Football star was like fee non. Everybody in the area talked about Guy yes he was. He was like a three sports star. He was the quarterback on the basketball team. Starting small forward on a sorry quarterback on the football team. Small florida the vessel team in. You know like the ace on the mound for the baseball team. So i had some big shoes to follow. And i wasn't nearly the athlete. He was in those other sports. I just was a good basketball player. So i kind of specialized as opposed to him being the jack-of-all-trades trades. So you're in high school your first year girl crazy have good. Nobody's good that you're right you they grow. I stayed back that. I was five. I was yeah. I was like which saw the us five but my finish eighth grade fourteen hundred in three pounds and then in fifteen months right from like 'cause i stayed back when i enrolled in high school i was like five nine five ten nights i went through that and i and i played with a team in la called ball. And i just remember like. I was so bad because my body just would not cooperate with be admi- achilles. Tendons always hurt heels. Always hurt but obviously you know that your growth was important. So you're so your software. Your how good your school i was. I was okay. I had absolutely no muscle on me. I was probably six eight or six. Nine hundred seventy five pounds hundred eighty pounds. I was really thin. And but i had like good touching stuff like that i think i scored eight points a game on the varsity myself year and then the the summer but that was when i first got my like big a you like interest like the big philly teams wanted me to play for them after my sophomore year. So that's kinda got exposed to what real you basketball is like. I played with a team philly. Which is now kahlo. Elite which is was still is as calories team. So that's why. I started playing with that. That was really good for me because that puts you through the ringer. The was the suburban kid plan with. You know the guys from north philly and that was there was absolutely what i needed also. Now who is who is gene played with Maleek wings nerdy. Lindsey tony shaw who else Parish granite denzel. Yard.

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Rachel Maddow Rips Fox News For Pushing 'Horse Dewormer' Ivermectin For COVID Treatment

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Rachel Maddow Rips Fox News For Pushing 'Horse Dewormer' Ivermectin For COVID Treatment

"Here's rachel. Maddow on msnbc clip mocking. I guess my doctor. In florida or any doctor who dares to defy anthony fallacy or rachel maddow and prescribe ivermectin ivermectin. It's curing cova all over the world. No it's not there's been one significant study about ivermectin saying oh this works for cohen that has been withdrawn because the data and it was apparently faked and the introduction to it was apparently plagiarized nevertheless fox is busy. Saying don't take the vaccine but do take this hor- horse de worming medication. Trust us it's proven you can trust them or you can just the fda which says do not take ivermectin ivermectin for covert. You can trust the nih which says do not take ivermectin for covert the w. h. o. Says do not take ivermectin for kovic even the company that makes the drugs as my god seriously people do not take ivermectin for covert. Yes use it to de worm your horses but this is not a cova drug. She's a liar. It's not about de warming de warming your horses. That's that's a whole different platform altogether ivermectin anti-parasite drug for people when prescribed by doctors. But you heard and she said she just she just lied. She said they said. Do not take ivermectin. As she's saying that she's posting the headlines that she supposedly citing and the headline say ivermectin has not been recommended yet by the fda or the nih trust the nih. She says trust her. And i just have a question. What does she care what we take.

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Mets Respond to Cohen Tweet With 12-Inning Win Over Giants

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Mets Respond to Cohen Tweet With 12-Inning Win Over Giants

"The Mets are dropped five in a row and trailed one nothing in the night before pulling out a six to twelve any victory over the giants in San Francisco Kevin Paul Larson at the two to deadlock with a three run Homer off Tyler Chatwood chance Sisco added an RBI doubles the Mets won for just the sixth time in their last twenty games JD Davis forced extra innings with a sacrifice fly in the ninth before the Mets improved to one in five in their string of thirteen games against the giants and Dodgers New York almost wasted a strong performance by Tylor Megill who held the giants to one run and five hits in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Major Pitfalls for Sex Addicts to Be Aware of

Coffee with The Couple Cure

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Major Pitfalls for Sex Addicts to Be Aware of

"Thing i do want to point out in the world of twelve step if you go to a sex addicts group. Some of those groups allow masturbation to continue. They don't they. Don't call it out as a slip or a stumble which Let's talk brain science later. But there's many reasons why i think masturbation is unhealthy to continue for a sex addict four six hundred and it's also potentially unhealthy for the relationship. If the spouse doesn't know the status of that because most of the time the spouses thinking okay. He's given up porn and masturbation and when they find out later. Oh no there's that's totally okay within the group that does not go for the guy that does not go well for the addict so be very clear that some of those groups don't discourage masturbation and Again i feel like it's problematic for addicts to continue and your spouse is probably going to be against it. As well and major pitfall are cohen groups especially when it comes to sex addiction. I would be careful. Cohen groups just simply because the natural wiring and the people who show up Even just knowing their there can get your mind going in in certain directions and it can definitely get your spouse's mine going. Yeah it's it's A lot of the alcoholics anonymous groups. They are open to men and women they don't they don't set those boundaries You can find men's only groups but you have to go look and celebrate recovery depending on how it set up can be problematic as well because they do a. They do a service ahead of time. That is intermingled. men and women Not that women are the enemy or anything like that but again managing your your own sobriety is about knowing what environments are healthy for me and one environments or

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Is Chrissy Teigen Deleting Negative Instagram Comments?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Is Chrissy Teigen Deleting Negative Instagram Comments?

"Let's talk about somebody else I hate. Chrissy fucking tegan. Despite being a member of the council club, boy, this bitch gets around. She was, I'm sure you saw one of the guests that Obama is 60s birthday bash. The one went out the mask. The sophisticated crowd who got vaccinated, they said, a bunch of bullshit. She's been to Miami recently. Palm Springs, New York City, Italy, life's really hard when you're a fat former fucking model, isn't it who suffers from depression and takes drugs at home while your boyfriend husband motherfuckers is living across town at his bachelor pad in boystown in West Hollywood. That's true. I mean, he stays with us sometimes, most of the time he ain't there. Christy, I'm working late in the studio. Yeah, sure. Okay. Rather than go over the hill to be with you. I'm gonna save my bachelor pad and boys town. Put two and two together. Once you please, this bitch continues to shield for food and fashion lines and last month she posted 25 pictures. And I don't even know how many Instagram stories. All these people are canceled in the past must be wondering, what the fuck houses girl doing? How is she doing this? It's unbelievable. She's got 35 million followers on Instagram. And yet, after all the shit she's done and said, threatening people asking people wishing people dead, blah, blah, blah. Sharon Stone, Andy Cohen, the Kardashians, Paris Hilton. They all love this woman. All The Real Housewives and any of you like The Real Housewives, you need to ask them, why the fuck are they still acting like Chrissy Teigen's okay in their book? She's still getting a lot of love, but apparently this angers hard to tractors. And they think that the new controversy, Chrissy Teigen's been deleting the negative comments from her Instagram because all people are seeing is positive comments. Those of those of you look, they're like this can't be true. No one's saying anything negative about this bitch. Of course

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"Everybody would believed it. A thank you. We read the daily mail. We've seen the pictures from the beach. That's right we had john benjamin hickey on About a year ago and he got to tell his side of the story about how the two of you met your meat. Cute of the whole thing the phone sex line of yes gas. Would you care to share your version of xperience sin. I mean before there was grinder before there was manhunt before there was aol. There was five five o bots. Oh wow i've five done six. Three seven is that the one that was the number. I thought it was nine seven six. Wow the extra w. stands for extra. Well remember that one administrator. It was awesome. I five oh one thousand five one thousand and Anyway it was just a real was really peculiar thing and anyway. Yes we met on on that number. And i was like freaking roller girl. I had my rollerblades on. And i had dinner with hickey last night. And he was saying l. I shooting gossip girl today. Near morton street he goes. You never saw my morton street apartment. I go excuse me. I walked up your stairs in my rollerblades. He was like oh my god. That was your eye rollerbladed over there like goons 'cause on my roller skates roller skated into his apartment. And they're now and a thousand nine hundred ninety two holy. Do you remember what your because you. You sorta record an outgoing message. No no no no. No this was there. Were some that you could record an outgoing message. But this was like a live chat just chat. Look just there you would say hello and you would say what you would describe yourself. Yeah and then you would. If you were not interested you press pound. Yeah and then moved you. Onto the next person was wipe arab rate was yeah And yeah andy. Can we hear your 550 bonds voice. I don't know if i could still do it. I think well. I was like i mean i. I'll tell you what my name was telling me. Ideas using land lied prop nameless god my god. Why dog just i the named doug. It's just service how i loved. It occasionally would on occasion time there. You go a todd todd. Da da that to me. That name has no sexual energy to it at all. i think i'm blushing you are. You are and we love it. I'm trying to think of a famous. Doug i can't maybe that's the point. Maybe that's the point. Yeah the name is is full of promise. Full of mystery andy cohen. You are a dream. Thank you so much for coming by x. Rated when does it start august. Eleven or twelve on it drops on peacock. Is this nice. He's doing ice putting all. Yeah that's is okay. Training call eight up okay. Yeah trying to cool down tool down. Of course one episode by because i was out of town are you in the beverly hills by the way what. What's your feeling about erica. do you think she knew. I want so badly to believe that she did not know. Because i don't. Because i i wanna feel like it's it will still be okay for me to to watch her and love her. I am somebody who doesn't want to believe that. My housewives are terrible people. I know not. Everybody feels that way. Some some people. The more terrible the area so i really really hope that there is a whatever the opposite of a smoking gun. Something that does sort of like liberate her from that. But i'm not very optimistic about it. But i will say i. I'm so grateful that that you were filming while this happened. I can't wait for salt lake. I cannot wait to see what happens with john. Shaw we're going. We're taking a trip to park city in october. We're going to do a full. We're gonna go to head against place and get the works. We're gonna go to mary's church. We're gonna great great excellent very good. This was a real bucket lists for us and for the show early. We are so grateful for your time. Truly thanks you guys for having me under you and get to get to cubits with you..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"Sometimes i'll go like paparazzi on the beach. And i'm like like that doesn't look good to me. You know. that's not what i would have put out there or you know. We're all toughest on herself cells. I guess i don't know if it did it did well. Let's get back to cute boys. Okay losing your all time. Who's in your hall of fame. Who's in your dream boat hall of fame. My dream boat hall of how always just wanted to dish boys with andy cohen. And i can't believe just give me some categories maybe like formative crush. I won like wait a minute. Hold on okay. So that would be like erica. Strata chet okay. I would andy give i was. I thought he was super dreamy. Oh my god. I used to get penthouse magazine. Somehow i would like figure out a way to get out. And the thing about ounce was there was always one male female pictorial. Yes in house magazine. And so that was what i was. That was my thing that i was going for and i remember a. I still have it by the way. There's an issue of penthouse magazine. That really is burned in my memory where they did a take off of blue lagoon chris atkins brooke shields where it was some blonde model outside and anna brooke shield. They were like look-alikes. And i spent a lot of time Looking at data chris atkins. I love blue lagoon. I loved a very tow headed blonde. I was very intrigued by very blonde as i've grown. My tastes have expanded. And i have more of a united nations type welcoming Approach to finding beauty within all cultures knob. And so you know there that manifested itself in every direction Okay sad with a special place. It sounds like for younger. Comedians of jokin booster and mat rogers variety. Well that's a category in itself. That's a category in itself. I mean both of those guys are well. Have you would joke booster would he. Would he be a muscle twin or is he just a muscle boy. He writes that line doesn't he. He rides that line and then is map. I i haven't seen the sizing of mat. Rogers is he more of a smaller guy or is he i would say is almost skinnier side. Yeah twin out of practice with the labels. I don't know i'm by the way. But i'm not a i think there's a mis perception about me. Possibly that like my thing is like young guy like these guys that i've had dates with have all been well. I mean they've been. Those guys were all in their late thirties. So that's not like criminally. It certainly younger than me. But it's not like they're but you but you're not opposed to dating somebody jury age or older i. it's funny. I was walking down the street. The other night with an old friend from st louis who's benz godmother and we were going to dinner and i said look at this guy because coming towards us three guys and there was just this beautiful. He was probably twenty three looked like a model his skin. The body the whole thing and next to him was a guy my age who i do was invisible to me. I did not even see him at my friend. Jackie said wow. I mean that's the guy you're looking at a. Yeah that's the guy i'm looking at. She goes. I just wouldn't have seen it and i who do you think i'm looking at in that group. And we of course she was looking at the age appropriate guy and i was looking at the twenty three of close but there is also something about the the kids in their late. The kids in their late twenties or late thirties rather And it is that they grew up. Even though it's not that vast and age difference they would have been teenagers when there was a will and grace and and when you were starting to when you yourself were starting to make appearances on tv. And there there were like there is a I find that people tend to fifteen years younger than me and then yarn in that don't have a relationship with shame. That some of us in our fifties who let's say might have grown up in saint louis. Oh under prest o a hundred percent. Yeah there's just not that few years of like low key hating yourself. I think that lost me. A lot of mind In terms of finding a partner. Or thinking that i heard. I think that's why a lot has happened for me later. In life like settled into myself later in life because i had the at my head around stop in my twenties that i should have been getting my little round in my team absolutely absolutely and saint louis for all that for all of its charm is a place that like progress cannot quite penetrate. You know i do find that younger. People who are in my family are wearing and thinking and saying the same things that we did in the eighties. And that's scary. I and i you know whatever i hope. They find the way through it. Or if they need to It's a strange place as what i'm saying. It's fresh in the mind. Yeah i'm curious if any of that like sort of a late bloomer e stuff plays into fatherhood for you because you had been i think at forty And obviously we if t. i sorry fifty. S i'm i it plays into it. I have to say that's been the gift. I am so glad that. I had the ability to have ban later in life. Because i feel like i mean we. At the pediatrician. Today inch was asking about. She wanted me to take him. He wasn't speaking that lunch like a year ago. And she's like. I think you should see a speech. Therapist i go. I'm not gonna do it. I said he's gonna talk. He'll be fine. He understands everything i'm saying. Trust me and he you know he does. And it's great but like. I think that there is a i have an ease that i may be wouldn't have had ten or fifteen years ago if i had him then I have more of an ease about me. as a parent that i'm not i'm not that stressed out about what school is going to go to. I know it's all going to work out -an by the way you could have just said that you were forty two..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"Is and you know. I'm fairly certain it was free bawling and so has as a host where i going to go with that. Yeah you know you've you've gotta ask. If he had met james or blowing each other i had to. And then you know. Executive producer deirdre connolly is in my ear. I've a little ear thing. And after i said that she's she says in my ear gross like and so you know i do worry because deirdra is she is. She's a mom and She is there. Lot of women like deirdre who are watching my show. So i don't want to turn off a huge chunk of people watching the show but i would like to be provocative as well and i do want to know if tyler and matt or blowing each other or have blown each other. I mean i feel like. I'm trying to super serve a section of my audience while by question anyway but getting back to my hijinks. I think that as you said so much is known about me. That i i do. Kinda try to ride the line. And also when i do start dating someone. I know that they're not going to want me to put them on blast. And what's going on with us and it was challenging with my last boyfriend because we kept it under the wraps that i never put him on instagram. And then the daily mail kind of did some instance. The daily mail is like instagram journalism. And they figured out through someone else's instagram. They saw a big group picture. They traced it back to him and then they figured out that we were together in different countries and they busted us basically. Now when you google this guy. I come up as opposed to what a brilliant person he is and so that kind of made me feel bad in terms of where i am now with dating people. I have added tremendous amount of people who i've not a tremendous amount. I've got a couple of guys recently. Who i have pursued who i've gone out with. Who have who. It's been clear are not interested in me so night in tough guy. We had two dates and then he's canceled the last two days so i'm done trying with that and You know onward i go. I just don't mean a ton of people. I will let me put it this way. I need more people that i may be attracted to. Then i am interested in bringing home to meet my son absolutely. Yes because now i'm not only looking for a companion but it just for me in my mind. I have kind of become unbeatable in a weird way. If you go with me. Because i'm very set in my ways my life is as it is and i now have a so. It's like i worried that people would feel like they would have to fold too much into innings in existing paradigms then Create a new paradigm which i would enjoy creating a new paradigm but there's a lot of stuff here. That's already sat in motion. So i don't know that was a very handsome man. No it was very good. Answer when you say like you know there might be some trepidation for guys who don't want to be put on blast by by dating you or they don't want to you know their their names to be sort of like google ably associated with you forever but the other flipside is obviously also true that there are guys who want to be on andy cohen train and they want to be on instagram and they want to be up in that west village. But you can. You can smell that. Those aren't the guys that i'm interested in i can. I couldn't i couldn't spell that and it's just not it's not interesting to me. It's very people reveal themselves very quickly. I also wanted to ask you about body image. Because i was re reading Most talkative and they are these axe served. No i mean you know. I'm just trying to do my journalistic duty here but There are these experts where you talk about when you were trying to make the leap from being basically like buying the camera on camera and i'm being told like more than once basically you'll never make it because you because you look which was so like a kind of jarring especially because now it is like everything that you post everything that is. There's a lot of lake. Daddy's daddy. Like i wanna break my arm. You know there's a lot of that is sort of the narrative now so that's nice. I'm just wondering how you sort of like received that or how that you know that ride that you've been on kind of shape the way you think about. I think that first of all when i was initially trying to be on tv. I had a ponytail and slicked back hair and you know and again that guy had. Cbs news was like you're you're wandering is not send you know and i think when i first started doing watch what happens. Live as a web show which happened before any of the reunion shows. People would comment people commented a lot. That was where i first started dealing with. People commenting saying like your cross-eyed your your your teeth yellow your this ad so good news. Is that really. I think for anyone who goes in front of the camera. That's initially what you got unless you're like truly truly a gorgeous person and so that was it was kind of good because it toughened me up right at the beginning and then maybe i just settled into myself and became more comfortable. I i don't know. I don't know but but i think that as a gay man in this world. There's you know i think that body image comes up in in those other two diary books that i wrote a lot where i feel fad and i'm trying to lose weight or whatever but also first of all when you're a gay guy and everyone has a perfect body. I mean you know you you you that goes through your mind and then for me if i you know..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"Let's talk about x. Rated yes peacock It is a dating series where x.'s literally rate each other on a scale of one to ten in categories like kissing and four play and passion. And i wanna get into the show but I have to ask one of your xs. Were to appear on the show. How would they rate you in these cat. How would they rate you in terms of kissing. Excellent i am you may know you may have heard i'm one of the great Kissers on the east coast. I obviously that has been said that. Yeah that's what who said john. Mayer john merica. Yes i believe that. That's what while blue is really about. Yes it is. Thank you for reading between those lines. Yeah no we. You know what it's people come on so matlin kanchi comes on and he's like why. Am i unlucky in love. Matter you unlucky job jehovah husband partners. Not the the onced. Wow okay so someone comes on dave you. You're a locked up. Yeah okay. I go on. So let's say. I go on and i want to know what what what is happening that. I'm not connecting with someone. Or why don't i have a guy. And then i fill out a form irate myself in a bunch of categories and then so do eight or ten of my exes and so we can either my scored. Yes we get a bunch of access to to to take this out of everyone from kind of that. You've had affairs with two real long relationships. You see the brad. And excuse me. And then i reveal the results of these categories and then we bring out the axes to talk about some of the categories in depth. I've got a sex therapist with me. Who works with the singles on issues. They may be having. I think it's very sex positive. Show we deal with really Explicit sexual topics In a very positive non. Shaney way. And i give it up to peacock for kind of pushing the envelope with this show because it could seem gross or gratuitous. Bud it really feels kind of Voyeuristic but also you come away learning something. I mean this. The the sex therapist is named shambhu dram. And she's awesome. She's gorgeous woman who just can speak to any topic. And i mean we had a gay guy. Since were on homophobia. We had a gay guy who was he was a top. He was only dating. He was he seemed to only be attracted to other tops. I don't know how this was playing out that he was only dating other jobs and he as well as everyone that was out there all of the taxes they all were very endowed and so he was not able to take them and so we had to have shannon like shannon. What should he be doing here. because he's he he might need to learn how to be a bottom because he's only dating other tops you know and it's ending these relationships that he clearly had connection swift so that was an interesting problem to have. But i'm surprised at the other streaming services haven't gone a little risk gay with their dating shows like i was watching afgoye island on hbo. Max i just watched the first episode. I was like. I was telling john hill on the radio the other day i was like i would like to see like some butts at this point in these show. What were some in you know like you're a streaming service you can make this an r. rated show and like show us why this isn't on abc. Yeah yeah yes yes especially after what happened on this most recent episode of white lotus. I don't want to spoil it for anybody but you know we're seeing some butts. Say that Do we do you get fully into what. I what i think you might in this episode which is bottom shame and bottom shaming. We did not get into bottom shaming. But that's an interesting top. I mean it's it does seem like somebody places a higher value on other tops because of some fucked up idea of like being the matter giver and not the receiver that that being masculine position. Or whatever we're all fucked up right. Rostov factor Yeah it's it's the thing. I've never seen him dressed on tv before except one episode of the future episode of x. Rated yeah a when it comes to you signing on to do a show like this with all of the hats that you already wear and all of the things that already exists sort of within your empire and all of the hosting gigs. And i'm sure thrown your way like what are what what are the criteria that makes you say something this was i get pitched a lotta shows to either host or produce. This show. i heard the idea. And i immediately said i have to do that like to me. It seemed like such a no-brainer. I just i love to love connection on fox for jews seasons and i loved and this to me was kind of reverse love connection and also i love. I love being voyeur. That's why loved the house rides. I love seeing inside their houses. I love judging them. I love asking them really personal questions and this to me was like i just i love it when my friends go out on dates i love hearing about the dates and asking them about the the dates. And how was the sax and all that. So the idea that. I could sit there and ask these very personal Often sexually related questions and listen. There is a little bit of a cringe factor in awkward factor. And i love to lean into awkward moments. I think that's i did that. Makes fascinating television. And so when i say to you you think you're a great kisser will. Let's see what you're saying. You're xs gave you a four point five average out of ten. That's now a conversation that we need to have of. What are you doing. And let's ask the access the access are like he darts his tongue. He you know. I mean we had one guy who thought that he was so great in bed but it turned out he had not given any of his Exes- an orgasm in all the time they had been together and so that was a huge conversation. Yeah to hat. So i don't know. I just was like. This is a no-brainer. This is a show. I want to watch and host. I love it. Who of your xs would you give the highest rating to on kissing. Oh my god. You know it's been. It's not long since. I kiss john hill. Yeah oh my former acts was really great. Yeah 'cause sir yarn and he looks like he'd be great kisser. And like i said people have been on casing. Danielle are on me. The people want to get at your romantic life through the obvious gossipy reasons and obviously the people are just. I think generally horny for you but on one hand. It's there's such a like interesting paradox. because it feels like on you know you. Are this open book and we all kind of have access to you feel like we have access to you but like there's also this sense that We we can't find out what's really really going on. So i guess my question is what's really going on well. I think it's good. I think it's good for like late night. I think it's good to picture your late night. Talk show host as not having genitalia right right. I just think. I think it's good if everyone looks like a ken doll. And you pull down the pants and all my other nothing there. So that's so. That's part of the reason why i kind of tried to ride the line between a dead. I mean on the other hand you can tell when. I'm so ernie for someone on the show. I mean tyler. Cameron was on watch. Whatever flag with countess lou anna couple of weeks ago. I mean i could barely hide my delight as he is just gorgeous so look out..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"I don't think so now so that remember wasn't true What was that. What was that rumor about. That was about That i will say that it is a friend of yours who we have already discussed on air claim to be straight. Oh does he not. Oh okay okay wow okay. So that's that take. I'm just kidding. I'm just making a making frivolity your making headlines thoughts on the documentary. The house third housewife. Well i thought that the I thought that the stuff relating to tom was may dauphin and very upsetting and it was stuff that we had already been reading about in the la times but to see the To to hear from victims was a chilling. And i thought that the stuff about erica was highly speculative and a little sloppy. I just thought. Danielle staub as the expert on erica who. She said that she met once at watch. What happens live maybe or something like that. I mean so. I just thought they played into a lot of tropes of okay. Well let's examine all of the legal issues of all of the past house rise and bring theresa into it and all that but i thought that the the the stuff about tom was highly disturbing. Yes and i agreed was the stuff about erica. Was highly speculative also disturbing to an extent. But that brings me to my last question. Which is do you believe erica. I would like to wait until i interview. Erica at the reunion to comment on that. But what i will say. Is that what i think is so interesting about this season and i'm in it with everyone else. Though on six or seven episodes ahead of everyone else is that this unfolded as we were shooting. And you you learn you know you're learning more every week and so i think it's i. It plays out like a little. Like a mystery that's unraveling you also see the other women kind of beginning to understand it in a different way in the next few weeks now is where they start to understand that there were actually victims of tom. Girardi and i think now is when it really is about to start getting very interesting but there were a lot of people who said you know you you know you fire her from this season whatever. The season is already wrapped. It was shot. All this was all unraveling and she has not been charged with a crime. So those are important things to remember. My prediction is that Maybe you know more about this because you've seen a lot more than we have Or maybe not but my prediction is that there will never be a smoking gun one way or the other one cruise with beyond a shadow of a doubt that erica. It was like a co-conspirator or that she is completely innocent and did not know and i think that will it will sort of be left up to us to decide. Well there's smoking right. I mean because the smoking gun that has everyone asking is the twenty million dollars. That was That was put into her account or erica. Jane enterprises by by tom. Girardi opening. yeah. That is a little bit of the smoking gun. I will say from. I have gotten to know erica. Through the years and she is impressed me as a smart woman who is not a pushover and so let me say that if she is my speculation that if she knew where that money was coming from she would not put out a song called. It's expensive to be me right. That that that would be truly idiotic of a human being agreed okay. Can we get back to danielle staub for a moment. Where where's the danielle staub. These days. what what does it. Danielle staub do after being so publicly. Danielle stab on television. Where she is. I know she had a podcast for a while and she probably still does. I don't know i last saw her. That last reunion where. She was demanding to sit next to me. They all want to dave..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"Lark new light. Carry me home in the dark. Look to new lights in their new lights. Narrow everybody yeah. It's an excellent album. Got it on vinyl. The right one silver the right one comes the you got so you guys love the album. Yeah it's like it really. He he nailed the whole experience. The graphic design just the the all of he really went all out and it's like it does create its immersive. It does create a mood. You know what. I watched last night. Which i had seen an actually john had said it came up in conversation. The other day was. And i was like i've never seen it. He said it's maybe my favorite funny movie and that's my gruber jae-in never seen of seen it. No i've always but people say that it's surprisingly who made his giovanni. And i thought why would i wanna watch a movie of a scratch that i you know. Whatever but like it is great. It's lab out. routed me by surprise. How many times. I left out loud same now. We laugh out loud guy. I'm like a that's funny guy. Yeah yeah same same. Oh that's good to know. Yeah no it's really not the ghost sex never gets old like every time it's really funny. It's really really funny So wait how does that relate to rock just kind of still an eighty sorta pastiche it relates to saab rock in that he is playing eighties music the entirety of the felt. Yeah so that made me think of every time he gets in his little red car. He's playing eighties musica. Gotcha yeah it is a classic Bso john mayer sent these boxes out to some people in the media with like a turntable and the record on vinyl anna saab rock sweatshirt and all that so i'm just at that is basically just me saying that i got that box. That's just my way of working that we want to make sure people. Yeah that that's working at a and e you know much like you interviewing dali weird. I am desperate to get something out of you. That we're not going to get out of your and i know it's going to be difficult because you're the pro of pros but i guess first thing on my mind is just. Is there other than asking. Sort of like what you're doing today. Is there something that you wish people would ask you about that. They never do. Gosh i mean do. Is this the podcast. That i really talk about my deck is that what is actually. Yeah that it is now no. Let's get to it. Private picks on aid. I don't is there something that i wish people would ask me. No i hid. no no. that's okay but is there. Is there like a. What's the sort of most tiresome thing you hate the. That's the thing that you know you're going to get that you dread. Hi wanna come on up here. He's wearing the same shirt. That mcconnachie camino ben calls gas gentlemen high by high. Say daddy naive awfully. Oh ben oh my god that head of hair by okay. I heard you had a good class today. so okay just tell. Ben will get his appearance. Release out right away for you. Get a signature on that and get back. It'd be great Anyway so what do you not want to talk about. What do i not want to talk about how you asked me. Anything okay Well i was just asking is their a thing that you know like oh god here comes that you dread getting asked about in every conversation. Well i mean there are true. I mean there are a lot of troch the the most common question is. Who's your favorite housewife. Which is a non starter because they all are and you don't wanna single one out in the universe And like who's your favorite housewife. Who's your dream guest on. Watch what happens live. Those are the ones that that i that i kind of start getting tired when they re glazed over a bit. Yeah yeah the. I wrote up a poor man's version of plead the fifth. Oh good okay now this interest in it and you know i learned from you that any time that i have to ask something that i don't want You know be blamed for i. Just say that other people are demanding to ask and a big thing obviously is is is love life dating life we got a whole section on. That will come back to. I'm very close with the bitch sess- ladies and they insisted that really try to dig dig deep but anyway we'll come back to it so i'm not gonna ask obviously who your favorite housewife is. But i do wanna know. Who are you currently in the most direct communication with well. That's a really good question. Then i'll tell you the last housewife. That texted me. was biggie. gun vilson forty minutes ago. Wow in her vicki's vodka lawsuit had finally closed and it looks like the judgment was in her favor. The housewife the texted me. Before that was k- williams that was yesterday that was show candice. Texted me yesterday Ramona texted me yesterday and arinda. So how yesterday. I mean there's so the but the point is i never know. There's no one that i'm in closest contact with because it's a rolling hospice there is and it's a lot of times you know if one person show is on the air and they're in the hot seat or they're not. They're getting a lot of you. Know he'd on twitter or something like that they might reach out or if we're shooting. I mean right now. We're shooting jersey. Were shooting some other. Shows and kind of shit is hitting the fan. They might reach out and say. Wow this is crazy. You know Yeah so it really just depends but there's no one right now okay. So next question is you have said. I believe that your celebrity. This was maybe recently that a celebrity crush of yours is joachim. Booster a friend of the show. He's been on several times. So any update there any response from joel any connection after not really i just think he's super cute and There's another person. Just hit my radar. Oh do thanh who is in your stratosphere. How great didn't know about but is very cute and my axe john hill. Who's my co host on radio. Andy was telling me about him because he is. I believe on bid sash right now and that's mat. Rogers oh mat. Rogers course manager s moore is very cute. He and boeing boho. Or you need any help making that happen. But we're happy to help facilitate any rogers. Also by the way. I went onto the bonobos website today in his his face and bowen's right there eating cotton candy. Okay brian this one. People are demanding. That we ask is that ramona won't be coming back next year. We have not made any. I would say all of the ramona related news quote. That came out in. The last couple of weeks was not true. There was stuff that she was refusing to go to the reunion that we've stuff that she was fired there was i mean i. There's been nothing true. That's been reported about ramona in the last couple of weeks. Okay all right. Good to know Have you ever hooked up with a male celebrity. Who claims to straight. Oh that's a good question. Wow matt you are really these questions fantastic. Actually think so..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Homophilia

"It's been we talked about this. Andy warhol painting of her. Which i happen to now own which i bought before the pandemic and i really wanted to hear her thoughts on it and she told a great story about that talked reba. We talked about whitney blah blah blah. Map magog you. Do you have a adam's apple. Do i have adam's apple. Yeah yeah late. You don't see it. Or what china see it. Now i like on touring it no. Yeah i like it. You're wondering if i had it. Because you don't see it or your. It's so everyone has it but some people some people are more pronounced. And i like pronounced adam's apple and i feel like you kind of you kind of have one and i i'm complimenting it. Oh thank you so much. I can't even. I do hide self view on these. So that i don't stare at myself in scrutinized myself the entire time so i can't even look at the the adam's apple or the lack of a as you're talking about but thank you haven't exquisite neck So andy last week. When dolly aired i was in our hometown of saint louis missouri. Wow excellent first time since two thousand nineteen. Wow have you yourself been back have been back a couple times and with ben. Yeah and yeah and he's been back even a couple more time really with yes. Okay all right. it's i it's reopening. It's beginning to come back to normal. Everyone's grumbling about matt's reopened to the point that missouri has million people with kovin. yes so cova did infections. So yeah yeah. I if i if i if after a year and a half of sacrifice and struggle i get fucking coverted from my home town. I'm going to be furious. That would be ups. I don't want. I don't want saint louis. Covet no thank you. Yeah so during lockdown. What have you been aside from. All of your of your simon all this stuff. You have to watch. What do you watch to keep you saying. During these difficult times. I watched i watch. Game of thrones which. I had never seen before i was waiting to fall in. Love to watch. Game of thrones. 'cause i always find when i have a boyfriend i it's fun to watch tv with a boyfriend because you can snuggle and watch tv every night and it's like what are we want you tonight and then you just snuggle and watch and i love that but unfortunately the pandemic happened before i was in love so i was like screw it. Now is the time to watch game of thrones. I loved that experience. It was such a joy. Yeah and i watched handmaid's tale. Oh which i loved. Actually and i found as i watched it in the height of the pandemic here in new york city. When really it was cold and rainy and again i found handmaid's tale very comforting. It was like okay. Well this is bad but it's not as bad as that so and then right now. I'm watching. I just binged the prince Which i enjoyed And on hbo max and right the animated family. You need to watch it map. There's a big housewives tired to it and I watched ching white lotus. Which i i know. All the queen's are very into and but i'm into it but i'm not like going nuts about it and do you guys watch white load a little bit behind but yes i did not. I know somebody got their eight in this last episodes so yeah but i haven't seen i don't know what else mean i actually feel like i've been watching more than then then normal for myself. I don't usually watch a ton of television. Believe it or not. I usually just watch my buy stuff. That i have to watch for work and then i just listened to music all the time at home. Okay what are you listening to. Well i listened to a lot of grateful dead. And then i also listen to i. Avenue music channel on sirius. I have talked channel and series. But now i have a music channel that i have programmed that actually i spent A chunk of the pandemic programming which it was the perfect. You know when you have hours and hours every night to sit around high on an edible after your son has gone to bed just kind of hand choosing music. It was the perfect time to do that. And it really is hand chosen to the point where i now. I can listen to my music channel and i love every song. It's so great for me. It's like wow. I love and love it because it's all my favorite song. Yeah god what a coup. How'd you manage that. How did i manage channel. They asked wow was good. They had done this. Gay pride stunt on radio andy and it went really well where we had a lot of guests. Dj's over pride weekend in twenty twenty and he got a lot of press and people loved it and then scott greenstein he knows how much i love music and he said would you want your own music channel and he said and i said well what would it look like and he said you. Tell me i was like ooh i love. This was fun. I just wanted to know if you were playing cyberattack on your music station you know. I added but blue wild blue choice and i love And last train home is in there and also my god fucking. It's not it's not Shouldn't matter but it does but it's.

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"j. cohen" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on The Insider

"I learned from that it would be really valuable for people to hear So the reason. I'm coming to the match. I fest It will number one. I remember i went there when i was about sixteen years old at a great time So it's been you know thirty something years thirty plus years since i was there last But the reason is because you know. I like Actually the other one of the other reasons is is that i have off that week The united nations general assembly is taking place in new york. So all of the hotels in midtown area including mine. are close to the public They have snipers on the on the roofs of all the buildings surrounding my hotel because of the world leaders at stay there so Yeah so basically. It'd be unsafe for me or for an audience. Mike and sniped off. If you're walking with so yeah. So i happen to have that one week free which were perfectly found by the other but the other part of the answer is that i like magicians i like hanging out with magicians. I'm an amateur magician. I mean i've been doing this for you know a long time but i'm just i'm just like anyone else. I love learning new tricks seeing new tricks. I dislike the enjoyment of Of being of opened up to new techniques and new psychological principles. And and you know all of the stuff that you see the magic convention news of great interest to me I don't think. I have that much to contribute. As far as the magic end of it but hopefully other things. I bring to the table. We'll be interested some of the visitors. I'm absolutely sure they will stave. I'm the we're out of time but we always end the show with four quick fire questions. Are you ready okay. Sure go ahead. Favorite pizza topping. I like pursue and a regular favorite movie preciado and arocca Should be a title for a movie. I like how some games favorite personal people that make music. I would probably go with one of my closest friends. Who is a violinist and Her name is an utter. she's a german violinist. To by far one of the best who ever lived a link to and the finally who fight one massive andi gladwin or a hundred tiny joshua jays. I could probably take them both or all fighting took maybe that could be. That could be late night. Event that much i do that i mean we. I'm in great shape. And i run marathons so I'm i have great cardio. How andy fancies himself has run steve. He does nothing nothing. I ran through my fiftieth birthday. I ran fifty young So yeah. I taught me hospital. I was born and back ended up being more than two dan to being fifty three kilometers. But i like the saints. Fifty and fifty i can. I can take any of them. I could tcf even if you reversed it. I could do the opposite so hundred. Tiny andy's and one massive jaya he doesn't matter you put them in a room with me and you even have padding on the walls. The steve steve kind. Thank you so much for your time. Really appreciate it. And i look forward to seeing you at fast september. Thank you so much..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on The Insider

"It's all It's going to be pretty impressive when people since that the tough spot malini. What is it about him. That fascinates he so much. Well you know. I read about this in the beginning of the book. Saying that i read about malini in ricky's book learning takes therapy women when i was a fourteen or fifteen years old and so when i read that i thought how is it possible. This short jewish guy middle eastern jews living in new york especially inclusive close up magic can hobnob with all these well to do wealthy people from around the world and chance to be put up in fancy would tell the senator as horse second. I'm assured middle eastern jewish. New yorker happens to lay close to magic to and you know and so what can i do to the You know walk in his footsteps crying and something about his whole demeanor that just really resonated with me especially i lived in a town called chappaqua new york which is Very wealthy area. It's where bill. And hillary clinton moved to It's very upscale and we were like the poorest people in town. My family were both schoolteachers. But i was basically interacting with very very wealthy people all the time and When i started reading that malini was starting even poorer than us. And he's living in tenements and lowering low reset in manhattan How is it possible that he went and travelled around the world eight times performed for kings and queens and multimillionaires and whatnot that. That's the gig for me. That's what i want to do. And so Distorted following his footsteps and performing some of his magic things. I learned from the vernon book. You know there was dictated to wisconsin and trying to find things about millennium null sorts of places and obviously stars of magic his several items of his and all through ask alexander got a real workout with me but yeah and i went through pretty much every reference that was available for malini but that was just the starting point because i went.

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"j. cohen" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Varies memory. smallest amount. this is one of the best hacks your your kids are still melting down. Your house is still a mess. Your husband still grumpy and losing his caves. You know like none of that changes that you have resilience that you're like what do you need you know. And it's always anyone whose family is like kind of going nuts. The minute Your fighting it'd be laid. I can't do this now. It keeps blowing up the minute. You're like how can i help you. Need is like ten minutes. It's like kay hearing your keys. Here's your snack. You're good. I love this one of these people were i'm line. I know i sealed. Good okay i just know i feel good. I don't know the science behind an understanding. Because i do a lot of oils right here at never understood why. I've been putting on right here tomorrow. I do. I mean this has been so enlightening to me at the because of the vegas nerve here on in that. And that's helping me. You know you can feel your shoulders. Relax. you can just see all everything about your body. Calm down or relaxed. That that's amazing. I love when you know. I like to check specifications to when your body thinks it's Unsafe blood flow gets routed away from the organs of digestion in detoxification towards the arms. No legs so you can flee so literally like if your trying to eat and you're not in the paris of athletic state you're not actually simulating your nutrients the raw material building blocks for your body. So it's really important gearshift to just keep you healthy right. No and i agree with that one hundred percent because i found for myself that i was considered nutrient deprived Knows my body wasn't being able to use in. I was that person where the doctors would tell me. You're stressed your overstressed. You have a high stress job. Your strip include green. I'm hearing the same message over and over again. But what do i do. What do i do order to. Not be stressed. And i love how you just broke this down because i think of like i have twelve grandkids so i have three daughter-in-law's that their houses are mad. Crazy you know. Jody i go into their homes. And because it's just my husband. And i i leave there feeling like energy depleted. It's chaotic but that's their life. That's you know that's just an end. They can do simple things and be able to say. How can i be of service to you. This is awesome. Yeah it's literally like you know. We live in seattle. Words really hilly. We bike a lot. You know you need to shift gears in your bike. Like if you're damn shifting on a hill you can do it if not the luck with that you can shift here in your body and it's super easy. It's naturally carry in your pocket. And you know stresses are additive cumulative the same thing the more you practice the solution the easier it is like you get to the point where you can just smell it in your body's like oh yeah. I'm good what to do with that. Yup awesome okay so you talked about five underlying his assistant so we got sleep on. We covered that one. What's next right. So sleepiest Top priority if. You're not sleeping. It's hard to heal because your brain detox fez when you sleep on shifting into the para sympathetic nervous system and then the third one is one. That's really important for a city is drainage the idea of making sure when you mobilize the toxin actually leaves your body. Right is says. I think the biggest bottleneck for most people and most people don't realize garbage flows from the salad to the lymph to the blood to deliver to the gallbladder to get to the toilet a daily but at any point it can get backed up and get thrown back into the blood and pushed out through the skin. And then you've got like rashes or through the low back in the kidneys. So what's wonderful about oil is that that's really what they do. They move fluid and direction analogy in the plants. You know so. They helped to dilate the vascular they help to ensure that fluid keeps moving in the right direction. And there's a lot of research that i share in the book there practitioners who have found you know the next for one is a huge bottleneck. And that's where taxes are mobilized in the brain then try to drain down in the neck and there's congestion they don't leave the body so they just keep recirculating in the brain than they trigger an immune response in were brain inflammation in you experience. It like a brain fog fatigue. After reading losing words in your mind not being able to find your keys all these things to oils topically applied oils especially like in kind of the downward direction. Really helped to make sure that You know all that congestion in the neck is the example. You're on an airplane in the middle seat between two linebackers aware. You're gonna put your arms not on the arm rest. You know it's like your lymph is trying to drain. Where's it gonna go so it just helps to open so that everything can kind of leave the body and be eliminated. I love that. Insofar do you find that. There is a particular essential oil. That's better for that. Or more of a constituent that. We're looking for yeah. I detail that in the book that the lymph gland. It's it's meant because meant is kind of expansive and warming but then also combined with a veteran like a root oil because you know what people don't realize is that the it helps to downward motion. you can relay. It's almost like you think bind different colors. Make any color in the spectrum of the rainbow you can combine different oils the constituents and really almost design it to do exactly what you want it to do. Absolutely oh absolutely. I you know this has made me really kind of excited to to do some combo. See start playing with things. Okay so we got the drainage system which is really the lymphatic system kind of sewer system of the body that was number three on what about number four number. Four is the energy to heal. You know the whole endocrine system which releases not only the energy hormones from fibroid in the adrenals but also is involved in the pancreas so alive tense. What happens is our hypothalamus in the brain. Which is actually a very easy to access through the sense of smell. Kinda controls the whole feedback loop in the body. Think of a thermostat at snowing naso. I had to make the thermostat a little higher. And that looks it hits seventy degrees. It turns off. It doesn't get two hundred two hundred basically. Your hypothalamus tells your carriage. Tell your endocrine glands to release certain hormones than it monitors the feedback to make sure there's sufficient matt in the system but sometimes it does so many things it's a little bit like your daughter in laws like it can get a little hairy. You know like a weight dinner. My kids are hungry Our their homework. You know that kind of scratch. Walk the dog today. That kind of stuff so you can use oils to help. Rebalance in reboot the hypothalamus. So that all of the signals are properly received so that than the correct messages are sent a response. I love in then. The last on system of the body immune modulation you know the immune system often either under reacts in stress in so nothing's turned on so all these infections are kind of under the surface or overreacts. And you have auto immunity and that's one thing most people when they think oils. They're aware of their antibacterial in china. Crowell anti fungal effects in how well they work kind of modulating the immune system but i tried to share very specific strategies both based on my experience as a clinician and also what i found in research. So that you're not is it taking the guesswork out.

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Way to estimate how many cars as might be left. Let's go back to the GTO that your father Missed by six months there are ways because there are all these clubs talking about Pontiac there are they have something called Pontiac Historical Society where they have all the numbers all the cars they keep track of most of these cars there are somewhere published rushed figures of how many were made. And you're right bill knowing how many are made is is definitely an important thing now. The important thing with the car popular from new at helps a lot. That's right sixty five Mustang. They made a million of the popular from new. Still a good car that you could buy relatively affordable and I'm Dr and have fun go up in value absolutely true I just Just sold a sixty five shelby. Gt Three fifty. They made the five hundred sixty two. But what's the real attrition. I was doing research today. For instance you look at the Mercedes goaling three hundred s l nine hundred fifty four one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. They made exactly fourteen eighteen hundred of those cars. But to your point Andy. We know that because of the club records and so forth there about twelve hundred that exists today. So there's an attrition of two hundred cars over the years back when they were just used cars. I remember those cars selling six thousand dollars us in the early seventies for instance. We just got one two weeks Toco going probably if not be most iconic car one of the top ten iconic car designed no question about it you know speaking of gold. There's just enough critical mass there. You've got a car where they made you know fourteen hundred examples twelve hundred left. What that means is there's there's some interest any point of time any day of the year you can find a going for sale? They're not littering the ground but what that means is that collectors worldwide. Actually have the opportunity to not just dream but if they have the resources they can buy and I think that makes a market it it makes them market when there are enough of something that it stays on people's radar when there are only two or three examples in the world people. Forget about him. Oh never ever get one of those and by the way. I can't afford the you know the price of entry but the going or the three hundred S L roadster and waiting for narrow. Oh Gosh site. I'll bet andy's is a close to two million dollar car if you want to go Chevrolet interesting because you said would that many may but that's a special car it's one of the first and maybe it's one of the first. That's he's even still extent and the original owner. What is the value of that provenance? I would say that provenance is worth an extra two hundred fifty thousand dollars or more. Yes absolutely Italy so when someone has a car for that long and it's a special car like that I mean. Think about the way going looks and they came out of nineteen fifty four amazing. Add drive it. That's an interesting question. You drive it because this two schools of thought with collector cars one is dry the Halava and enjoy matter. What and the other is keep? It don't drive it. What if something happens to it? What if you get an accident? I actually like both those concert. People people drive them but I still understand the people that don't drive them because they're nervous. They have it in the garage. They worried someone's GonNa hip them. It's their baby. What do you think about the guys who bring two of them to Laguna Seca and actually raised those cars? That's even better. It's just like you said you said what is it about these cars driving it feeling driving around attract driving on a mountain road. I mean. That's that's the excitement really difference with tuning actually seeing the animal in the wild and seeing it stuffed and mounted in Otis Chandler's collection. I mean. Well it used to be of mountain goat but now it's just a piece of furniture furniture. It's true the only thing is it with a car that's sitting there. I kind of like that because if you have a car sitting there would know miles. Yes always someone well. Well a a crazy amount of money for an absolutely and let's face it even when they're not running they are sculpture art their picture. Two thousand in four guy that lives in Malibu bought and Enzo from me. I deliver the car to him. Him and his wife was on the deck giving made them dirtiest ever. So I said what's with your wife. said she just can't imagine that I'm spending this much money on this car but I have paintings on the wall that are worth that much it's different. It's really a shame because on the board of directors is at the Elliott can a museum of art. And he said Andy Tomorrow we're having a board of directors meeting and my wife said I can't show the car because these people have no respect respect. They will get it puts the car in the garage and he said and you won't believe what happened is and what he said so we have these guys. He's a high brow art guys there and someone something said Ferrari he said I grabbed the Guy I took him in a garage. They came running out and he said you guys have to see this car. We're doing an exhibit called colors and shapes starting next Monday. We you want this car to be there because these cars there are. These cars are art. Huge thanks to Andy Cohen for joining us on cars ars lives matter. We'll see you next time to continue talking about the passions that drive us and the passions. We drive this. Is Robert Ross..

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Found it. Drink proud source water on medicine. Were still practicing. Join Dr Dr Steven Tailback and Bill Kurtis for real conversations with the medical professionals who have their finger on the pulse of healthcare in the modern world available on all your favorite pod casting platforms produced by her CO media. Okay you can X. Hail we're back well we are back and I'm basically barely catching my breath because I'm thinking about all these great cars at Andy's zone and talk about modest. You'd never even know it you've owned all these great cars. Is there something on the radars is something you'd still like to get your hands on. I think one of two cars next car is either going to be ninety ninety seven porsche twin turbo. Any of the air cooled porsches are great cars could buy from ninety nine went to the water cooled cars. Sure and they're uh not enthusiast. And he's literally horseshoe was built from three to six air-cooled theme so I think if someone buys a ninety five ninety six any year are any of the nine point nine nine threes fantastic right so I just got for Clio last week. A ninety seven black twin turbo fell in I love. So that's that's on my list and then to me. The ultimate modern carb all time is a career. I just think that's the number number one coolest thing severe him and f one engine sounds great. Looks Great Drop Dead Gorgeous and I. I think that's a car that's GONNA really go up in value and by the way it stick shift and it's all analog so funny business there here at this car is actually a car that car person who actually grew up steering gearbox can actually understand the really exciting car to drive and and. I think that we're seeing a little bit of kickback to this hybrid. Stuff even in these cars at the same time Porsche came out with eighteen years ago. Right cleric came. Oh man with a p. one yep and the Law Ferrari and La Ferrari came out so now what I'm seeing is a few years later. The technology was not perfected. They made those cars so now. You're seeing these cars with aware software first of all guy this had all these cars really does want have to plug his car in like a Prius or Tesla really not so even with these cars ars plugged in the batteries. Go Pat the battery systems or a hundred two hundred thousand north so now. I'm seeing a backlash on these cars. But McLaren P ones came out there a million dollars they own up to two to three to four to five other data million dollars because of that. The same thing Happening tonight eighteenth people thinking ahead. What's going to happen? Twenty years the car companies because they wanted to be green came out with this breath new technology what's perfected shorts. The Year of the career that you're looking for is two thousand five. They made coot courage at his is two thousand four and two thousand five so five you still had to wear your glasses to find the controls and switches that looked more like they bought them at radio shack than anything else absolutely. That was a great car. I went on the launch of that car. It was right outside of Berlin Back in two thousand four with Porsche and they flew us over there and we went on a secret Krit testing ground that used to be a part of the East German government. It was an airstrip. It was so secret that there was no gps tracking and we had an an opportunity to take that thing out and do some flat runs. And I was a passenger of Walter rural who is arguably porsches craters rally driver in history and that guy they drove with the deftness and the and the skill of a of a school bus driver he couldn't get flummoxed by thing we had that car car up well over two hundred five miles an hour and then took it on the circuit and he made a dance in the hands of you know most folks. What's it's dare? I say a hand full but it's an incredibly capable car andy and required a little bit of a feathering clutch because it's a very finicky in life. Flywheel as you know. That's why it's so problematic when it gets into the wrong hands but I think in the scheme of things that career. Gt is probably the most exciting car that Porsche made in the twenty only for century without question ever most exciting car. They've made yeah so again. There's all these cars are super that he unique. That are fun to drive. Live and listen. If you're going to buy collect a car why not buy something. That's also a good investment absolutely and Porsche supports their cars. You know in terms of their preserving and understanding understanding and appreciating their heritage. I think more than a lot of companies the support the history as much as the future. You know you talk about cars that pattern. It's really in many ways. Says much about the sound and the feeling as it is about the look and the provenance of v Twelve internist special and of course now tens and then the venerable. V8's thought V8 the eight small block Chevy has sort of been the building block of car fantasies from the very beginning that sound. I just think the sound well. It is a car transportation or something else cars transportation for most people. Okay you're right it is transportation and they just go to ADP and they don't care but we'll you have talked about for all these years in cop people excited about something more transportation so whatever. The percentage managing people that are happy with their Toyota and and Mazda and just normal cars that get from point to point B.. That's a majority where the minority already. I don't know how big the minority is but we're the minority so just for a second for the people who haven't experienced what a car really is. We can be a reflection of your own personality a little bit of soul to it and experience that actually makes the getting there more important than being there. Tell us the experience you have when driving a really Special car it's interesting. Someone told me what's people buy cars for how they look at it. Why does it feel better when you're in a thirty mile an hour zone? You're you're in a supercar that can do two hundred miles an hour. What is it that makes that feel special just the ability that you can do it? We do live in southern in California and luckily there are a lot of places here that you can do that. You would never consider so no no no I would never think about it and you and of course. It's not even just the zero to sixty all the statistics. The the measurements become irrelevant. Because what happens is it becomes an emotional relationship that you forge forge with these cars. It becomes a thing an object that elicits emotions. That aren't quantifiable necessarily is certainly not justifiable. There's no no way to say that you know to argue rationally. That one car is better than the next because you like the way the the fender line rules are the way the you know the away. The seat grabs you or the finish of a particular piece of trim. These are things that become extremely personal relationships in the same way that you might prefer awesome such a brand of Suit and maybe maybe even encapsulates a period of time and that's why collect a cars are fascinating because they take us back in time. You look at A. I don't care what it is you look at a sixty six Mustang fastback you look at a GTO that Andy was talking about or Daytona spider the Ferrari. All of these things take us back to a point in time that resonates in a way that no new car possibly can. Of course the good news. Is that new cars eventually. Become old cars and boy. It's funny how that happens fast. I look back on cars that I remember buying new. I realised now by God that things Tony Years Years old boy. Wasn't it something then and guess what it's even more of something now one of my most favorite cars of all time was the 275. Gt before Ferrari because take it just so so nothing better right so it's looks so right doesn't even for every angle brutal and yet it's elegant it's refined and it's like a thug thug Tuxedo. I mean it just it has everything. It's almost bursting at the seams. The way those finger lines kind of bulge in the the Gills on the side. Those covered headlights said ducktail in the back. Kind of arrogance. Sticking up with that spoiler. It's says what an amazing car right so I did see one of those and it was dark blue.

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"I'm Bill Curtis at I'm Robert Ross. And this is it manner. Part of the cars that matters equation has more to do with the people that own them and drive them and love them that it does about the cars themselves. That's where my guests dandy. Colin is really just exactly the kind of person we WANNA talk to get a sense of of how cars that matter have affected him. How in many ways? He's been one of the arbiters of taste that has helped to determine Herman which cars do matter. India president of Beverly Hills motoring accessories company that began in one thousand nine hundred seventy six back at a time when well cars were. We're not quite the uniform transportation pods that they are today. So we WANNA talk to Andy about a lot of those things Andy. Welcome to the show and We look forward to learn a little bit about your car. Is that matter sure. Thank you very much. I was at a young age. Twenty years old. Living in New New York Long Island to be interested in cars at that time was very looked down upon. What part of Long Island did you go up on? Great and what year are you talking about. Say Graduated High School in Sixty four so in sixty four. You think people look down on someone who was a car aficionado in New York. Oh boy do over at Roosevelt raceway and near Roosevelt field where they had all those great straightaways and we could see what our cars could really do when someone had to give somebody some cute girl the pink slip of our car before we showed off the new engine. We put into a car that would otherwise have gone very slowly and then a surprised everybody with the power behind our hot Rod. I would bet that you ruled the roost back. Then well I I did that I could. Everybody remembers their first car. The ones they saved up for even built from scratch per andy talked his father into buying a sixty four pontiac. Tempest tempest within three twenty six cubic inch v eight and a three speed stick but then six months later they came out with that. She te'o and I'm thinking God. Why didn't may have that when I got my dad by car so I have the scheme us what away for the weekend with my mother to Florida and I said took me and my friends we're GONNA make this tempest into GTO? So I went into a reckoning. You heard I bought a three eighty nine cubic inch motor. Because that's what they were. You're from a Grand Prix and I proceeded to concoct a story that I was riding on the boulevard. I hit a rock broke the oil pan at Emmett if the engine I didn't fall out. Yeah so have this game I went and get the motor from the wrecking yard. What to put it in it was completely different than the GTO engine and it took four months? Let's get everything all about at the play hood at the custody headers. I mean everything was different. My Dad was taking a bus and very mad at me and I just said New New York wasn't a place for me. I didn't like the call. I didn't like the weather I didn't like crowds. They didn't like anything so I said southern California's it so to move out here. You're sixty seven nine hundred sixty seven. I didn't know anyone I didn't even know which way to go so I got off. The Plane Got Century Boulevard. went to the four or five Rui and said go north or South. I don't know because I didn't know anyone turned left and went north. I got to the top of the pass going down into the San. Fernando Valley was September thirty degrees hotter as they went down into the valley. I loved it because the hotter the better so I went down. The Hill got off at Ventura. Boulevard saw Holiday Inn and kind of made that my center for a few years Earth. A great story. I don't even know if that's repeatable then Robert. He moved out here in sixty seven. That's right at the man that's when you wanted to be in the car scene gene so it begs the question Andy. What was your first car when you got out here? My first car that I built actually was a nineteen forty four woody. That already had a three twenty seven. I'm an engine in it and I actually have restored three times. They still have. It's black and has corvette motor independent suspension drives drives like my maserati fantastic so I got the combination combination of of all those things and I actually bought my first Ferrari in nineteen seventy eight. It was two three eight one of my friends who have bought it from was far Dillard to Mexico and he said Handy you interested in buying Daytona spyder. I said sure tell me about it. This was a nine hundred seventy eight. It was owned by a prince. Turki I think is still around his predecessors are in Newport Report Beach Daytona spider and ill will not one of those fake streams ruined and in fact talk about like before the Internet. The only way I could find out if it was is a railway. Todo Spider was semi telex the primary factor. And then three years later. I found out that that car was the first Daytona spyder made. What a fantastic art art? That's one of the cars of everybody's dreams. I mean they tone. A spider is an iconic thing and boy is certainly created a sensation. Such that there was so many saws all taken AAC into the roofs of perfectly good Daytona. coupes that yeah. They ruined a lot at Daytona Coupe. They shared that one hundred. Twenty two daytona spiders for all years and it's still one of the most sought after valuable cars. Of course I sold it a long time ago. Well those are the stories. That'll be another show cars that matter that we wish we still had but it I think that's that's the part and parcel of the process to you. Know we're just custodians of these things and I think the real the real Enjoyment is yes Being able to kind of cycle through an evolution of cars in our stable. Unless you're one of these guys that has the resources and the and the the Kind of mental wherewithal to encompassing a garage. Full of hundreds of cars. It's it's too much of a good thing and I think being able to cherish a prize that they tone a spider a couple of other special personal examples. That's what car ownership is really all about. What was your first Special Cairo? Oh Gosh my first. Special special car was the first one that I could afford. That was quite triumph in and of itself and not a triumph literally it was actually a BMW sixteen hundred and Back like Nice start. Well no nobody knew what those things were. They were just little ten shit boxes back in the early seventies but they were quite a handful for a guy learning the whole essence of vehicle dynamics handling dynamics hammocks what does it take to actually make a car do certain things and those were manual back. Then they were all manual and You know you really had to work hard to to make that thing go fast. You know the old all saying you know you can have more fun making a slow cargo fast than a fast cargo slow and it certainly holds true with something like that little forbidding or BMW. Would you want that Car Oregon today you know. I actually tried to find bill. I'm sorry I sold a damn thing but you know when you're a college student and you're kind of starving. You have to do it. You have to do. Actually I had different priorities forties. I sold it to buy a stereo. I remember that guy that came to buy it. I was trying to sell it for twelve hundred dollars. Exactly what I paid about. Maybe a year before so this guy comes to my mother's house where I'm staying over the summer and he was kind of a shifty looking character. I'm not sure where he was if I had again. I'd say someplace like Transylvania and after talking a little bit of negotiation he says I'll give you six hundred dollars and my monkey a said. Oh boy I love monkeys and stuff. But I'm in college. Listen I got a roommate and I rather have the twelve hundred bucks. I figure it was like an organ grinder monkey or something like that but Needless to say we did a cash transaction the BMW MWR away. I've been looking for ever since and is the monkeys fill around so feeding you. I'm not you q m three sixty three. If anybody ever sees. He's a black California played out there with those numbers. Please let me know. My first car.

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"j. cohen" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"This episode could contain profanity it's up to me. I guess your Saturday could contain a gist newsletter to sign up for it are once a week newsletter to slate dot com slash gist. News. Wednesday February twenty seven two thousand nineteen from slate. It's the gist. Mike Pesca Michael Cohen is not a smart, man. I don't say this, twit Sultan. I saved for a specific reason. Follow me there. I never met him Madame from kind of the same area. He's from the five towns of Nassau County ritzy area next to the queen's border. That's where striving Jewish folks who grew up hard on the Lower East Side move their families once they made it in professional fields or at the Shmatko business. My parents taught in the five towns, I have dozens of friends from the five towns base, mostly on my vow never to pay retail the five towns were referenced in goodfellas this way. It's okay. But it's like you died woke up in heaven now going is from Lawrence, which has or had more had a top public school Lawrence high school Coen could've gone to Lawrence high school. Instead, he went to would mirror kademi, which is a nice. School for sure it's just a bit worse and a bit easier than the public school that he was entitled to go to for free. I don't want to speculate. They're usually three reasons why you go to kademi over Lawrence high school one. You have a learning disability and would mirror kademi can accommodate you and your learning style better to the larger school was difficult in terms of socialization or three your parents are snobs and think private school is always better than public. It's not an insult or account calumny against those who go to would mirror kademi. There are many fine attendees of would mcadam. It's just usually. That's why you go there Cohen then went to American University. Which is now quite selective. School twenty nine percent. Acceptance rate in the mid eighties when he attended their American University accepted more applicants than it rejected fine. Then Cohen went to the Thomas Cooley school of law affiliated with western Michigan. It is the worst law school in America. That is a quote from the website above the law. All right. Maybe it's not the worst. But it probably is or at least a good case can be made that it is the worst it consistently ranks is the easiest law school to get into the passage rates of. Graduates the bar. Passage rates are just about fifty percent. That's twenty percent lower than the average Michigan law school. Look what school has to be the worst. There are plenty of people to take the l sad who literally can't get into any law school. But if you could get into only one law school that one law school is often Cooley law school where Michael Cohen went. So Michael Cohen attended a law school that you go to if you can't get into another law school after attending a college that was more easy to get into than it was hard after attending the least rigorous high school in his town as opposed to attending the better high school with that he could have gone through for free. Michael Cohen again is not a smart guy. He was not a smart guy engaged in not smart Griffiths on behalf of a not smart client. And the reason I say this is not to insult the man or his schools or Cooley law school, but to establish this his testimony is not clever. It is not well crafted it is not expertly backfilled to fit in with an existing narrative. He is not smart enough and has never. Been clever enough to be anything. But a straightforward blunderbuss. The lapels of his suits may have sharp edges, but Michael Cohen is the very definition of obtuse adulterer. So when he says, Donald Trump instructed me to lie, it is because Donald Trump instructed him July, and when he talks about presidential threats it is because he has been threatened. And when he says, it seems unbelievable that I was so mesmerized by Donald Trump. He is admitting. He is so weak minded as to be mesmerized by Donald Trump when he talks about Trump's racism and Trump insulting the intelligence of black people. It is not because he concocted a story. It is because Trump insulted black people. It is not because cone looked at the available record and said, oh, what tell what fence AFL story, can I create that fits a narrative Republicans on the committee and off have pointed to Cohen's poor character as a sign that he is not to be believed. I am doing something else. I am pointing to his low intelligence which we've seen on full display as he has been a public figure, but also in this testimony event, I am pointing to his low intelligence as a reason that he should be believed. He's not smart enough to be making this up. He saying it because it's true. Not that actually intelligent people such as yourselves need to be convinced Mitchell when you call Donald Trump, a cheat in your opening testimony. What would you call yourself? Fool on the show today. No spill, I wouldn't have to process this whole thing. Plus, we might also have peace in our time in the Korean peninsula. Somehow more peace than we got the last time when the president assured us peace in our time. Also, there's this issue of an ongoing sleet retreat, I will tell you how the breakout sessions go in a couple of days, but I on this a day when we're all looking at the pain expressions of members of congress. As Michael Cohen is testifying and those pained expressions are causing some PTSD and all of us. Imagine their staffers the people they turn to who they the members of congress take out their frustration on after a daylight today. That is our issue. How legislators treat their staffs, and what it means for us voters talk to an expert with particular, focus on a specific Senator who may or may not have attempted to comb. Aqap salad. This

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"j. cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"j. cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cohen reportedly planning to publicly accused the president of criminal activities while in office. The Wall Street Journal reports that during his public testimony in the house oversight committee tomorrow Cohen will detail alleged criminal conduct related to a hush money payment to former porn star stormy Daniels. He'll reportedly present documentation that he was reimbursed by Mr. Trump in several installments throughout twenty seventeen for the payment. President Trump lavishing praise on Vietnam ahead of his summit with North Korea's leader. President Trump started his first full day here in Hanoi with the courtesy. Call by very much. Appreciate the hospitality. The president thanking Vietnam's Prime Minister for hosting his summit with Kim Jong UN because you really are an example as to what can happen with good thinking, the president keeps winning Vietnam. One of the fastest growing economies in the world as an example for North Korea to spy or too. But it's not clear of Kim Jong UN is even interested in moving toward any type of liberal economic reform, which would mean giving up his tight control in his country. Karen Travers ABC news, traveling with the president in Hanoi. Three men from roar have been sentenced for attacking women in metro areas suburbs. Investigators say two years ago, the armed men attacked women who were alone late at night in Littleton highlands ranch. Parker one woman was at a car wash and two of them were walking from their cars to their homes. The men took the women's phones their keys and our wallets. They hid one woman in the head with a handgun and fired shots at another Twenty-seven-year-old. Jeffrey Johnson was sentenced to forty five years in prison twenty. One year old Xavier Massey got thirty seven years and twenty one year old Deante Williams got a fifteen year suspended sentence. Karen, Trinidad KOA NewsRadio Nolan. Are Nado a Colorado. Rocky for perhaps several more years. It's an eight year contract extension. Reportedly were some two hundred sixty million dollars. I saw Nolan in a club outset big smile on his face gave me a big hug. I of think things are real good for Nolan right now, that's voice of the Rockies. Jack Corrigan who says are not a wants to be a one club player. The new contract would make are not of the highest paid position player per year in the majors. ESPN reports are not oh does have an opt out clause after the twenty twenty one season. The house is taking the first step to block President Trump's national emergency declaration on the southern border. The democratic controlled house voting overwhelmingly in favor of that idea. The measure faces an uncertain future in the Senate, which is controlled by Republicans Democrats collagen uncon-. Institutional power grab and attempted end run around congress who sold the most music last year. Drake was the best selling artists in the world in two thousand eighteen then according to the international federation of the Phonographic Industry, the FBI with its top ten list with the Canadian.

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