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"jacobson" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Your best chance yet to shine, Gary, welcome back to inside the cars. Yeah, thanks for having me. It's been an awesome journey as we've seen our results improve over the last couple of years and obviously a big jump that was in the last four or 5 rounds or so last year. So to continue my second year with the holding Commodore, it's actually exciting for me to hit the ground running again and this season. Have you named your car? Because I feel that coming into your second year together, you should well and really be joined as a hip with a name for your deal up. I don't know if I'm unique in that way. I've never really named cars. Maybe it's maybe I need a bit of discipline from me tiny about building that connection with the car and the naming it. I don't know. I've always been coming through I'm hot on the gear and I haven't even named my car since mechanics, things like that. So I imagine I need to get with the trend and start naming my race tiles, but yeah, I'll have to think about that over the next couple of weeks or so I might come back to you on that one. Okay, we're very quick one. When obviously in the time when Peter Brock was still around, one of his first cars was HIC when he rejoined them was called Beth. John Bolton subsequently got that car and it was the one that Brian McLeod drove in the conic series when it started in about 2000 and so Ron naturally called it Nick Beth. Oh, there you go. That's trilogy. I'm sure I'll stay on pit lane where I have one of many conversations that city might have a sport park. I think it is now time, not Newcastle, so I'll come I'll come back with you new information about my car now. Gary Jacobson has joined premier rising, you.

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'A moral giant': South Africans pay their respects to Tutu

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

'A moral giant': South Africans pay their respects to Tutu

"South south Africans Africans of of all all walks walks of of life life are are paying paying their their respects respects to to Anglican Anglican bishop bishop and and Nobel Nobel Peace Peace Prize Prize winner winner Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu tutus tutus plain plain pine pine casket casket is is on on view view in in St St George George Anglican Anglican cathedral cathedral in in Cape Cape Town Town to to Nava Nava no no rain rain Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu was was an an inspiration inspiration because because he he is is being being very very inclusive inclusive of of all all faith faith or or religion religion and and I I loved loved he's he's infectious infectious laughter laughter and and the the smiles smiles used used Alpharetta Alpharetta never never met met two two two two but but did did see see him him on on television television still still when when you you walk walk past past a a coffin coffin of of a a deceased deceased person person as as always always this this kind kind of of connection connection there's there's always always this this kind kind of of energy energy and and that's that's what what I I could could feel feel when when I I walk walk across across the the this this is is testament testament to to to to not not reverent reverent Wilma Wilma Jacobson Jacobson says says to to to to help help her her and and other other women women rise rise in in the the Anglican Anglican church church he he was was about about saying saying women women are are equal equal to to men men like like it it but but basically basically the the church church was was like like a a good good trying trying to to fly fly with with one one wing wing and and it it needed needed to to become become a a bird bird that that flies flies if if flies flies two two weeks weeks requiem requiem mass mass for for Desmond Desmond Tutu Tutu will will be be held held tomorrow tomorrow I I met met Donahue Donahue

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"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Rabbi moskowitz. What an interview. And in some ways, it did, because we continue to conversation with it, by and we'll have to share that at some other point in some other context. But what about that long conversation? Stimulating, I don't think you even realize we realized how much time had passed because it's just so, so it captures you. What stood out for you? Every part of it. No, I really mean that. Every part of it was fantastic and selling to learn from. You know, for me personally, probably the part that resonated the most and which was news to me really was the description of what it was like as the transmission of the RBC host. And for me that's so juicy on so many levels. First of all, just the notion of when he described a three day yent of how they would memorize ten 2030 hours of Sheeran and then have to stay up all night afterwards and how he had what he called post Abbas stress disorder because he was so worried about communicating and coming and making sure that every idea came through properly. I thought the fact that they had a debate about what the rabi actually said and what the ruby actually meant and how they would record it for posterity. I think it was fascinating also because for anyone who's ever learned gomara or wondered about the transmission of Tor shopper, to me, that was to vivid imagery of what it must have been like when you sat in the sheer room of Robin schmoe on the body in rava, and how sometimes you have a cloak is two generations later. You know, after a three day aunt, if they debated what the rep amend. And now you got a sense for how the transmission of Missouri took place. So for me, that was fantastic. For me, the overall reverence that they had and understanding of the historic nature of what they were listening to, I found very inspiring. And again, something that I don't necessarily know that I appreciated or ever was in tuned to. Maybe for the habad people who are listening to us, they're much more in tune for that, but for someone who didn't grow up in habad and wasn't really exposed to them growing up, it was just such a fascinating conversation, something I completely overlooked, that you and I benefit from, but that he was on the front lines for. When we talk about behind the bima, that was behind the bema. It was going through stories that people never would have appreciated, never were in tune to, and we gave them a really front row inside seat to it. There's not a lot of people that you could go behind the bima about the rebel Trump rabach gun, who every thought is communicated through the filter of adventurer, where he didn't prepare. He didn't know what we were going to ask. And he didn't prepare the rato. It's simply how he thinks. His vocabulary is the vocabulary of using toler to communicate ideas. He's just super Uber impressive. I love what you just said. I hadn't thought about it in that way. The fact that Tom beat them on motor show is because the bit what he said is such an insight into if he's still alive and in the other room and you're debating what he just said, then imagine like you said generations or years later, we understand why in the gamera, no, I remember he said it this way. I remember he said it that way. You see the same thing with Russell levit with the rov. We're different to me than remember him saying different things..

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"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"You have desecrated the most basic values of Judaism and ethics and humanity. I can't believe that a rabbi and a person of your stature would do this. You have disappointed me terribly. I got such emails. I did get such emails. But I have to say, I wrote back respectfully and explained, I explained my position. I even published an article in the next week and I think Mitch McConnell magazine explaining. But I'll play what I told him. I don't regret what I did. For three reasons, reason number one is the revenge of alum told moisture to show honor even to Paris. Because I was a siva lack like covering mouthless apparat, even totally oh, another, you're going to aka, who was a heinous criminal, hirasaka Gambia rasha. He and his wife is ever show them on. Why? It's not because parry and I have deserved honor. They were brutal, tyrants and sadists. It's because the throne, the position of something called mouthless. It's respect for the country that king may be benign, the king may be a heinous criminal and we pray for his for him to pardon every day. But it's a respect for the country to respect for the people that he represents the people. They said, culture can recover finally talking about the seat of the president of the United States of America. So something called covered, her mouth was that goes beyond this president or that president, number one. Number two, I said in this case, I'm not glorifying somebody as a God and calling them impeccable and flawless, but I am. Going to express my profoundest gratitude when I see somebody standing up to the bullies of the world who will delegitimize Israel every single Monday on Thursday who warned that moving the embassy to Jerusalem will become a third World War and he stood up to all of them who cancels the horrific deal that was giving the hitlers of our day,.

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"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Ever find the British small and quoting oh, how are you more clear? Why the pion didn't like the Cleopatra. I don't know what he held about the clay, I couldn't play out coons as a special comment. They had answer is it's a genre, right? They do share graphs of genre to the psychologist. Thereof, she were able to say Abu Murray or his coach and produce a total of his shipments on Charles that came out in last year's a certain genre called the brisket directed risk. It's a certain style and the clearer doesn't really fit into that. Kebab has said this is an all encompassing holistic developed by the valaria based on the market and the Belgian. And the more certain genre that represents the bad shitter of akova of the Yahya's perspective, developed by the 7 generations from the balaclava all the way to the river. So that genre is self contained. There have been is my mother wouldn't just, you know, quote from here there because of the circumstance? Yeah, he would quote my Emily. My lefty would quote slavery, of course, the most of the market and some of the greatest hasidic masters outside of the first generation. But over there, there was and there is a certain style that is that is defined by the teachings and the spot of the others. So I think maybe this over there that could be some confusion. Okay, if I could just, if I could just take us back to the original conversation I'm mesmerized by the number of hours that the rubber gave a sikha and having been one of your sheerman person and listen to many online, you're not giving Sheeran tidbits. And I say this la schwa, your ideas are thought out. They're developed. They're articulate. Double speed was created. Doubles created for me. No, but I think it's the schwa and I'm wondering, you know, in society as a whole, where we have reduced so much to sound bites into little memes into one liners, you specifically have chosen not to take that path. You give your sheer room, you develop the ideas that was clear, the mohawks of the rebel of giving long drawn out well thought out ideas. I'm wondering if you have a comment on what that's doing to our society, first of all. And I think even within total learning, I think we're seeing that, right? Someone says a vote. They quoted this. They quoted that, but they're not looking at the source inside. They're not developing a mahalle. They're not developing an idea. I'm curious your thoughts on that. Yeah, listen, people have always told me. I'm told my very close people. They said, you speak long, get up, 5 minutes, 6 minutes, ten minutes. You say a word that you sit down. And I understand that. Say nobody's going to listen. Nobody's going to internalize. But I appreciate what they're saying. And that's why I cherish WhatsApp clips, and I have some of my people always doing clips because some people just want 60 seconds because sometimes hey, the fast word the past, my son, I could a little music a little animation, and they get their inspiration for the day. So be it. We like to be there for every person, according to that capacity. But I know for myself and for me, it's actually respect. I know for myself when I hear or read somebody that's well thought out, built up, I know from there ever hearing how he would build an idea. He gave one to a hydrogen on Rambo. He made us see him on the holder.

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"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

05:22 min | 11 months ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"I don't know if you have any memory tools for our audience about how to use memory well. And lastly, it's part of this question. What was the reb is reaction to the way that you wrote up his his room, did the rabbit give constructive criticism and how? Because I've shared many times. One of the things that touched me very deeply about the rebels that emphasis on positivity, positive language, and there's so much written about the represents understanding only positive language. So how did he give constructive criticism in a way that didn't feel critical? Wonderful and very loaded questions. So let me try to put it all into one cohesive and delightful chant. So I grew up in The Crown heights section of Brooklyn, both of my parents, my late father, all of us on them and my mother may well were immigrants from Soviet Russia. They grew up in the 1930s under the tyranny of the horrific Soviet regime, the stumble mystic purchase and the incessant persecutions against Jews and Judaism and really all religion. My grandparents were arrested. My grandfather was arrested tortured sentenced to death and then commuted to 25 years in the gulag, ultimately, he made it out at the end of the Second World War. And both of the families separately with forged passport Stalin allowed people who escaped from Poland to Russia from Hitler's armies to go back to Poland after the war. So they forged documents as though they were Polish citizens in the 1946. They left the hell of the Soviet Union where they suffered terribly. My father was a child, he would always share with me the stories of his father being taken away Friday night after years that didn't know if he's dead or alive. In any case, they left the Soviet Union they came to Europe. They ultimately made it to the United States of America. They built their family in Brooklyn. My father was a journalist for more than 50 years. He worked for the newsweek for the Herald tribune. He was UN correspondent robot, which is Israel's largest daily newspaper. He succeeded actually Eli whelley Rizzo and that position and then he found that he worked for you this newspapers, and he founded his own edition newspaper called the alga maina journal, which he ran until his death in 2005. My grandfather, his name was Simon jakoba, my real name was not Jacobson. My name is Jakob ashleigh, which is a Georgia name. He came from a long dynasty of George and Jews. They have a tradition that they came there after the destruction of the first temple. Very, very religious God fearing Jews living in Georgia. This is not Georgia, Atlanta. And interestingly, when he was 18, this is my grandfather. He got a scholarship to go to Italy from Georgia Russia to Italy to study the fur business, which was the family business. And on the way, he stopped in the city called rostov at the Dan river in Russia. And for those last few years, the 5th laboratory, known as the Rivera shop who died in 1920, he escaped the Germans coming into Belarus during the First World War he is skated. They didn't want to be under the Germans. And he moved to our staff. And that's when my grandfather, a young 18 year old spider Georgian toll strong handsome kid with no connection to really the whole ashkenazi world of acidic world certainly. He was on the way to Italy, but Russia Sean that he davins with the 5th of our and something touched them very deeply..

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"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Thromboxane Florida, this is behind the beamer. On this episode, the rabbits are joined by rabbi, YY Jacobson, noted scholar and lecturer. Rev Huawei shares his experience as a Jose, writing up sinkhole symbol of Avicii. Talks about how to give meaningful speeches and classes and explains his thought process behind participating in events with president Trump and scholar robust. Also, the rabbis discussed the dynamic between the senior rabbi and assistant rabble. What advice would they give their younger selves? And a conversation on the value of publishing a book. All this and more behind the bema. Good evening is Wednesday 9 p.m. mama bear from over joined by my dear friend and colleague, my Philip moskowitz and we're here to take you. Behind the beamer. We are here to go behind the beam of second week in a row. There are only two slots and lest the rumors begin. We would never want anyone coming to the wrong conclusion, rabbi Brody is still very much part of the behind the beam of team. He just happens to be in Israel indefinitely. It's good in the next world for coming back as everybody Brody. So he is coming back actually soon. And he will rejoin us. Please God for next week. But tonight, again, it is the good tag team of me and Robin Moscow so grateful and glad to be together with a very special guest. But while I Jacobson is special person, an extraordinary speaker, a passionate leader, and there's so much to talk to him about. I hope you drink your coffee tonight. I hope you're ready to stay up late into the evening because we've got a lot on the agenda for a by Jacobson, including his own background his life story, including his relationship with the rebel including the time in which she made a blessing over president Trump or his welcoming of Robert bashkin. There's a lot to talk about. But first, we have to thank our generous sponsor for this evening..

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Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

"I have a story here from epoch times which is a great newspaper that if i had to use one story to summarize the times in which we live i might use this one. Us district judge named paul moloney appointed by the way by george w. bush which doesn't mean anything but is of interest ready. Federal judge rules against natural immunity clean challenging cova nineteen vaccine mandate federal judge on october. Eighth denied a request to blocked michigan state. University's covert nineteen vaccine mandate on the basis of natural immunity employee at the school. Gena norris filed a lawsuit against the mandate and asked the judge to intervene on the basis that she had already contracted covert nineteen and recovered. She presented to antibody tests showing her previous infection and her doctors told her that she didn't need to get the vaccine at this time. Despite her natural immunity norris faces termination from the university for not complying with the schools. Mandate that all students and staff get the shop unless they have a medical or religious exemption. Why isn't that a medical exemption. Us district judge. Paul moloney an appointee of former president. George w bush declined her lawsuit the mandate maloney said did not violate her fundamental rights and pointed to one thousand nine hundred zero five supreme court ruling. That's what they all point to the jacobson ruling. This court must apply the law from the supreme court. Jacobson essentially applied rational basis review and found that the vaccine mandate was rational in protecting the public health and public safety

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The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine

"Three generations of imbeciles are enough declared the supreme court in buck versus bell decision of nineteen twenty seven. I'm reading from timeline. Dot com quote. It is better for all the world. If instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime or to let them starve for their imbecilities society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind. That decision was written by oliver wendell. Holmes and forced sterilization became fully legal in the united states. The case came at the height of popularity for the pseudo sciences of eugenics which maintained that negative character traits like criminality and stupidity or the entirely the product of bad genes. The court decision that set the precedent for intervention on the sterilization of women was the jacobson v massachusetts thankfully. Many decades later there was a lawsuit that included deloris madrigal. Who is the lead plaintiff in the nineteen seventy-eight case which brought suit against la county's usc medical center birds nonconsensual sterilization of mexican american women in the nineteen sixties and seventies. It would make sense. Why certain communities are apprehensive of the government forcibly putting medicine on you.

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Learn the History of Jacobson v. Massachusetts

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Learn the History of Jacobson v. Massachusetts

"Case in the case, known as Jacobson vs Massachusetts. Jacobson. His lawyers argued that the Cambridge vaccination order was a violation of the 14th amendment rights. Which forbade the state from depriving any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Question then was whether the right to refuse vaccination was among those protected. Of the personal liberties, the Supreme Court rejected Jacobs argument and doubt the anti vaccination movement is stinging loss. Writing for the majority Justice John Marshall Harlan acknowledge the fundamental importance of personal freedom. But also recognize that rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times under the pressure of great dangers. Be subjected to such restraint to be enforced by reasonable regulation, says the safety of the general public main demand. This decision established what became known as the reasonableness test. The government had the authority to pass laws that restricted individual liberty if those restrictions, including the punishment for violating them were found by the court to be reasonable means for achieving a public good. Bottom line. There had to be some kind of real and substantial connection between the law itself and legitimate purposes. The Jacobson decision provided a powerful controversial president. To the extent of government authority in the early 20th century. In 1922, the Supreme Court heard another vaccination case, this time concerning a Texas student named Rosalind sucked, who was barred from attending public school because her parents refused to have her vaccinating. Zach's lawyers argue the school district ordinance requiring proof of vaccination denied her equal protection of laws. Under the 14th amendment. The court disagreed. Justice BRANDEIS wrote in the unanimous decision long before the suit was instituted, and they cite Jacobson vs

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Cornell Professor Suggests Collusion by NEA Chapters in Lawsuit Against South Kingstown Mother

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Cornell Professor Suggests Collusion by NEA Chapters in Lawsuit Against South Kingstown Mother

"Now with Mrs Solis received the motion. For the temporary restraining order and injunction yesterday. She asked if teachers unions bullying moms will be an everyday thing now. Okay? Cornell University law professor William Jacobson, whose legal Insurrection foundation Has filed similar public records request to the South Kingstown School district. Wrote Wednesday that the lawsuit makes little sense on its face, He said the district is not shy. About asserting exemptions, as evidenced by the hundreds of fully redacted pages. It turned over to Jacobson's foundation fully redacted. That means like page after page after page is just black, nothing And there's no reason to believe the information that concerns union qualifies as public records. Jacobson says his initial take That smells like collusion. The South Kingstown school district doesn't want to produce records and the union is helping them out. That's what he says. At least it looks like to him.

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NFL Sets Stiff Penalties for the Unvaccinated

CBS News Weekend Roundup

01:50 min | 1 year ago

NFL Sets Stiff Penalties for the Unvaccinated

"Is cracking down to get players to get Covid 19 vaccines Just days before training camps began, All 32 teams got a memo saying outbreaks among unvaccinated players could cause teams to forfeit games. That would be costly for both the teams and players CBS this morning Saturday, co host Dana Jacobson explains Why there's this no nonsense approach. There's Brady's past Grand Kowske. At the end of the 2020 NFL season, the league managed to crown a champion. Getting there wasn't easy. Covid outbreaks among teams forced the league to reschedule several games, which caused logistical and financial headaches. NFL team owners want to have these games played in full and as safely as possible. Jonathan Jones is a CBS sports NFL insider. He says the league hopes to avoid a repeat of last year, which is why it sent a memo to all 32 teams Thursday, warning that if a covid spike on a team postpones again, which can't be rescheduled, the team responsible will have to forfeit shoulder the financial losses and players on both teams won't get paid. The memo upset several league stars like opera wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who posted then deleted this tweet being put in a position to hurt my team because I don't want to partake in the vaccine is making me question my future in the NFL. He later posted. I got about nine more years than me. You look at the monetary side of this, and of course, it does not benefit the owners to miss out on any of these games. Jones says The NFL memo is proof that owners don't think enough players are protected. You want to be able to deliver on the entire 17 game schedule and then play a full postseason and deliver Product to all of your fans, all of your media partners, Dr.

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"jacobson" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"jacobson" Discussed on The Valleycast

"So it's like a kid company so no sir. It is not really cool. I guess the second one is. I did this giant red dragon that actually like print of it above my fireplace that for d. As well awesome. I love that one and then the last one i think is i did this. Giant billboard poster for the for black jesus. The the adult swim show. Yeah is it adult swim anyways. giant billboard poster and it's it's a portrait of every character on in the show and they're on like a big lapse to speak last. Is you did this cool. That was big favourite. Because i was like oh this should be easy. I have like a really good reference of all these kind of do strouss style. Again where have super good reference of all the actors just power through and it was like a whole week in and i'd only done like half of the face portrait's how bad man i love. That was fun piece very cool. You answered that perfectly i would. I would love to leave us. All as tradition dictates with a would you rather scenario so elliott if you want if what you need to say goes before that it's very how copy of what you're doing when he signed copy for all for all three of you to fight over much but elliott if you want to jump in with what you wanted to say before this if read then i would love it great wonderful. Oh that's what it was. okay got. It isn't if you know. Just lease the kickstarter. We'll just have one for the office. We'll have one for the office. We don't want many away from people. I don't do any kickstarter anymore. I don't wanna personal. I would like a personal one sentiment yet. Tyler to be the one that gives us like. It's his high school yearbook where he's like. I don't like this picture and he just scribbles you like that one eight it he ribs it out and eats them all right now. I'd like to present you. All with the woody rather and and then we can. We could say goodbye to our wonderful guest tyler jacobson and everybody else perhaps Thank you for coming. You've been awesome. Do this is really cool. I love nursing out with you about all this could do fleas. I would love to all right guys. Would you rather be able to teleport anywhere once per week. This is your ability. You can teleport anywhere you want once per week or be able to reset the day anytime during the day once per week so you can either teleport once a week or you can reset the day once a week anytime you want. Are you reliving the dares at one of those like you get to make changes I guess you could make changes. Yeah i reset the day. Yeah reset the day hands down. Yeah every day has such high stakes that he's got a reset it. I feel like resetting. The day is like you're you're fucking with destiny at that point you know. Can i go teleport. Yeah 'cause teleport is like man. I really like. I really want to go to this thing. That's happening like two hours away but then you still got to walk back yet. But that's okay wait a week play. Listen but imagine being able to teleport. That's pretty tight. You teleport to the south pole nearly ship. This is the problem is. They're at the day reception to. Because i i like traveling places so i would. I would totally do that. Teleport bags yeah. You could wait or you could just buy a flight back from wherever you really gotta get back before a week but if you also if you do the day reset you never learned from any of your mistakes for you. Don't grow as a person the code. I'm assuming it's grand groundhog. Day rules where i can live the day but then i remember how i live and i make changes accordingly. That'd be the best version of it. So i what about those mistakes. You make joe and we won't need to go independent. But i will still take those in my soul again. You guys know me. And i'll feel those mistakes for weeks and of those mistakes the events. Those mistakes won't happen. So what if the events of those quote unquote mistakes. Actually turn out that. Those weren't mistakes to begin with at all. They actually work out at the end. You never find out what zooming backing mistake. Yeah you never know you. Just once you would never know for my career purposes. I would like to amend option to in that. If i reset the day all the work that i did that day is now done and i get an extra day of painting time. Yeah that'd be great. I think we can talk to them. Yeah forty eight hour days. Yes w why are fellowship rat. W i think. But they're good at what they do. Thank you for listening to today's episode of the valley cast. What a special time. Jo anne tyler and elliott at. Thank you tyler. I wanna thank you for coming on the show man. This has been so cool. It's been super fun because Just show us all your swords one by one a weird spooky camera going into the basement and love it one or two bloody blades. Yeah soared those are my evidence swords one more time they can go to kick starter and look up. The art of tyler jacobson. That's the easiest way to do it right and you can go to my website. Which is tyler jacobson. Art dot com in the first banner on there is a link to the kickstarter as well and then through my social media which is at. I think my twitter is at jacobson tyler. Because there's some jerk out there that i haven't found is life and then I think my instagram at tyler. Jacobson art awesome. Hey yes you've got three. You've got to new followers for sure you guys for a long time. So thank you man. This is awesome. Well it was really cool having you here. Thank you to our listeners to our patrons and to everyone beyond and Any people dead people on all the people that have ever died behind the move beyond behind all the multi-diverse humans that exist because of getting reset dimensional aliens. Yeah redundancies. What have you joe. Anything else any other now. That's it go check out kickstarter dot com slash movie. Movie games. well we are sent out surveys. So everybody can put their information in what that means is that we're getting really close to printing and we're going to have to shutdown sales at some point so you want this go get it now. Better harry all right guys. Well thank you so much for listening in the valley cast. We'll catch you next time bye bye..

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Apply Legal Pressure to Teachers and Schools Promoting Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Apply Legal Pressure to Teachers and Schools Promoting Critical Race Theory

"No more brainwashing of your Children would racist hate and contempt for their country. Teachers are paid to teach. And by teach, we mean objective factual, scientific mathematical learning. Moreover, school administrators should be unnoticed. You expect them to ensure that the teachers they oversee And content. Of course curriculum are appropriate. For example, students should be taught history is written by real historians, not the wildly condemned ID 16 19 project, which is CRT pablum. If they are incapable or unwilling to run a tight ship in this regard. Pressure should be placed on the system to fire them. Private attorneys and legal groups are joining together in lawsuits against C R T training and teaching in public schools, arguing discrimination on the basis of race and color. In addition to sex, gender and religion and violation of civil rights Act, 1964. Entitle six and title nine of the education amendments of 1972. The creation of a hostile educational environment based on compelled discriminatory speech and the perpetuation of racial racial stereotypes. So community committees and parents groups and other Patriot activists should file their own lawsuits against as many school systems as possible that practice and imposed CRT racism. And other Marxists related ideologies. The legal insurrection website founded and operated by a friend of mine professor William Jacobson provides some helpful resources concerning CRT and K through 12 schools here. I provide the

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Nancy Pelosi Said the Wealthiest Americans Are Immoral yet Her Net Worth Is $96 Million

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Pelosi Said the Wealthiest Americans Are Immoral yet Her Net Worth Is $96 Million

"Piece and a while back. There was a meme going around. Member Nancy Pelosi thinks the wealthiest Americans are immoral there well, so there's a meme going around a while back back in February of 2020. Pointing to Nancy Pelosi's net worth being $196 million Politifact Louise Jacobson to the rescue folks Remember Pelosi running the Income Inequality committee. This is not a joke. Is saying the wealthiest Americans, their high pay is immoral. Oh, Sorry. I'm not congested. I'm just was laughing about this during the break. So Pelosi is not worth it Turns out, according to Politico farce is not 196 million. Don't worry, folks. They say the 196 million figure is likely to high Congressional disclosure forms don't provide a precise number. But the midpoint of estimates produces a network for Pelosi of Drum roll, please. That sounds more like a machine gun. 97 million. Thank you. Thank you. 97 Minute, Jim. It's only 97 million. Come on, Mike 97. She's one of us. She's one of our to Cumulus. Is that what they're paying you, Jim? Right. What is it? 97 million per right. Little let Jim says, a little less a little less. So PolitiFact to the rescue, says Don't worry Nancy Pelosi, who, by the way, thanks to wealthiest, wealthiest Americans, pay is immoral. No worries, folks. Louise Jacobson from PolitiFact says she's not worth 196 million Pelosi. She's only worth 97 million. Her and her husband. I believe his name is Paul. Oh, man. She's really struggling. How do you think she gets by? Or I know,

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William Jacobson Argues Democrats Employ the Logical Fallacy of 'Kafka-Trapping'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

William Jacobson Argues Democrats Employ the Logical Fallacy of 'Kafka-Trapping'

"They use. I read an interesting piece. It will be in my newsletter today upon you know that calm You want to check it out by William Jacobson is really terrific. It's a piece in the Washington Examiner, where he talks about how these proponents trying to teach your kids to be racist through critical racism theory. How they use the Kafka trap against their opponents. What the Kafka trap is love. These fancy terms, right? Makes you sound super smart, right cocktail parties. Got a little cocktail weenies going around. Hey, can I have one of those? And by the way, did you do a Kafka trap? Lesa makes you sound super intelligent. We're just going to throw it out there because it's true. What's the Kafka trap? The coffin trap is where you use the Nile's of something. To prove that the person is part of something they're denied. In other words, Deny Europe you go up and say Listen, I'm not gonna have this critical racism theory. Talk to my talk to my kids were not racist. In our household. We teach our kids to treat everyone fairly and responsibly to love our neighbor. And what did the leftist come back with the Kafka trap? You're denying it. That's white fragility. You know what that means? You're a double, super racist. And you're like, Wait, What? I just said I'm not a racist. Now you're telling me I'm extra super double, like mutant powered racist like how does that work? You are denied the stronger You deny it. Stronger. You're a part of it, and you're looking at them. You scratching your head like, uh, My living in like stupid ville. Am I living in a vacuum of dumb on the event horizon of an intellectual vacuum? Is this happening? That's the Kafka trap. Here. You want a definition caught this online. Kafka trap Replace X by the way with racist here and you'll see what I mean. A Kafka trap is a fallacy where if someone denies being X, it has taken as evidence that the person is X. Since someone who is X would deny being X. It's the ride from the novel The trial by the Czech writer Franz

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"jacobson" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

Poker Stories Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

"A hundred. I think he liked for exit. Pre or something then over bet over but overbeck and then i check race. The river at any went all in and i remember i'd read in my book that there's something called being pot committed so thousands of what was going through my habits. I looked like four k behind the whatever which was still like forty big blinds. Right i was thinking to myself. What like. I invested all this money in this pot. Like of course can't really full. Like what is he's bluffing. Whereas obviously today like there's sierras chance that he was He was bluffing. And i've any any sort of equity in hand anymore but It was a good learning experience. That's for sure. And then you had all that extra free time in las vegas for your first trip right. Yeah yeah then. It was. Just the i didn't even know what site events were at the time so just partying in like enjoying life. That's a twenty one year old and values checking out gordon ramsey's restaurant Let's see here okay. So before we get into your progression throughout the game you mean did you. Did you have a blueprint of someone to follow In sweden. Because i don't know what the poker scene was like back then in sweden. But you obviously had guys like martin into knife. And chris buren was was making ways over here at the time Or was it not related to that at all. no. I used to read about those guys a lot. I knew a lot about them. I felt like almost felt. Like i knew that i never met him Because they were like superstars. Mike is growing up because they were like always in the magazines and they would always be interviewed and like write trip reports about their games in vegas so i was definitely looking up to them and their lifestyle and there was something that i was Spiring to to become to have that lifestyle..

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"jacobson" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

Poker Stories Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

"Those two elements Really fascinated me in may may mean tree to to learn more and then when i turn eighteen i got poker book for my dad Like a strategy book. Basically your swedish book and the it started explaining the concepts and you know pods all all the basics away. But i also love a bit more advanced strategies that i'd never heard of before and then bought a poker set when my friends started playing on the weekends a realized that i was winning a little bit more than anyone else. And also that a allow more passion than patients per game than than they did. And i realized that that was like two key elements some being successful as well and that sort of fuel my desire to continue studying the game and getting better at it and like sort of seeing how far i could take it and then eventually i started laying online. started playing three roles and Than the boston like the classic fifty bucks here and they're lost it in the beginning in the mentally master running up discover dad as sitting goes as single table tournaments and i really enjoyed sitting goes because was the tournament aspect but it was short so yet you didn't have to dedicate that much time but he also involved so many aspects of tournament poker because you started nine hundred. There's a pay structure of top three playing. You get to practice playing nine hundred eight hundred seven hundred. Six hundred four ended playing the bubble Playing heads up off. I really enjoyed sitting goes in another interview. That you're playing sitting goes because you didn't have the time to play a full tournament because you were gonna get kicked out of an internet cafe. Yeah yeah exactly. So dow's during the during my year in the military where this was You at the time by the time. internet cafes were were thing and before i i had my first laptop so there was really the only way that was able to play while i was down there and Yeah so playing a multi tournament. When you're when you're on a time limit is obviously very convenient but sitting goes you can lease predict like roughly along the all take.

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"jacobson" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

Poker Stories Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"jacobson" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

"Switch carriers like down the line. But that's the seemed like a great option for me personally. Because i was so fed up sitting buying school bench or eight hours every day. And i've always enjoyed doing more practical learning and just like being outdoors like moving like sports like that. That's more appealing to me. So cooking really gave me a nice outlet for to doing all the things so yeah. It was a great match at least at that time. It's interesting that the was for practical reasons. Like oh casino. Everyone needs to eat or whatever. But you know i just assume maybe you know you were a child prodigy in the kitchen and whipping up souffles at age six or something and your mother was like no you. You're you're destined to become the next you know whoever did cook a little bit night. Growing up. I i like to bake a lot. Which is interesting because now i. It's my least favourite forum of cooking because it's you sodas restricted following recipes But i guess by at that h. I really didn't know how to cook so the only way to do something that was right. The yeah the follow a recipe because that was rather easy. And then you know the result was was better than than when you improvise but nowadays loving pricing. And just make up my own stuff and like explorer with different flavors and different ingredients and back. That's that's what i like about. Okay now tell me about your year in the royal swedish navy along year So it's a chemical heir career pat so the process they come they come to your school when when you are like fourteen i think like barry young and then they show you this video a law not too younger one year away from choosing your career for the south six years before reports time to do to them so you're basically a kid and they show you this promotional video of the. Yeah you know you've seen them on tv. It's like it looks really cool. They're like the patriots world that this You know explosions and stop exciting especially barra for fourteen year old boy So at that point you decide. I'll sign up at other school but you don't really realize the implications of it i would actually means and then years go by and when i was twenty and i got the letter. Yeah in in the mail of like okay. Now it's time to To serve at for eleven months in different cities like five hours south of stockholm salads. Had to take a bus every week Back and forth. As every week. And i would go home try. I could stay there but Bree happy to go home today So it was. It was a bit of a it was a bit of a grind. But at the same time i'm happy i did it like in hindsight i because it's it's really good to to do as teaches you a lot of things teaches you discipline and Humbles hilo to bed and you get to meet people that are like from all over the county so like not just the people from your city or whatever So i'm happy i'm.

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"jacobson" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jacobson" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Locating missing persons in real time it only takes five seconds and we would greatly appreciate it. So this is the disappearance of sandra. In john jacobsen. Sandra jacobson was born on december eighth. Nineteen fifty nine in employees with the north dakota department of transportation. She was the mother of two sons five year. Old john and sixteen year old spencer said to have been very close to children especially spencer. Sandra was also married twice with both relationships ending in separation that the time of her separation from her second husband and she and her sons were living in an apartment in center. North dakota a rule city oliver county on the evening of november sixteenth. Nineteen ninety-six sandra. John rescheduled the visitor. Parents house for dinner in the bismarck north dakota on their way there. Sandra made a call to the bismarck police department to report what she believed to be a satanic ritual abuse taking at a farm near center. When asked why she hadn't called local law enforcement. She replied that she didn't trust those with the center. Police department in oliver county sheriff's office according to the dispatcher. She sounded upset. Sandra john arrived at her parents. House in the vicinity of the eleven hundred block of university. Drive at around seven thirty pm while they're her mother. Bernice grunstein are felt. She was displaying signs of mental distress. She had a history of mental health problems and thus asked her to seek help from the local hospital. Sandra agreed to this but said she. I need to fill out her car with gas. Sandra jacob last seen leaving her parents home at around eight pm with the promise to return after filling up at.

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Salt: The Good, The Bad, and the Truth

Plant Strong

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Salt: The Good, The Bad, and the Truth

"Do you have a love. Affair with the salt shaker. Are you having trouble breaking yourself of the prepackaged food addiction. Do you have a ballpark guess. For the recommended amount of sodium you should be consuming on a daily basis. What about the devastating consequences of too much salt in your diet. Don't be ashamed or alarmed with any of your answers if you just don't know because it's not your fault. We all fall parada marketing and the lure of salty. Foods trust me. That's one of the reasons why i'm here to help. Cut through the bs and get straight to the research and the truth about sodium. My guest today is one of the preeminent scientists who has been fighting on the frontlines in washington. Dc literally going to political battle for my health and yours for more than fifty years. Michael jacobson is a rockstar researcher. And the author of the recently released book sought wars the battle over the biggest killer new american diet. He is founder of the center for science and the public interest which was developed in nineteen seventy-one as a health advocacy group for food safety and nutrition. The i may not sound familiar to you. But their work. Well they are responsible for nutrition facts labeling on food products they are also responsible for getting food out of schools and removing trans fat. Out of the food supply just to name a few of their landmark efforts today though we talk all about our love affair with salt why it become so prevalent in our diet much of it without us even realizing it what are the impacts on our personal health and most importantly how can we ditch the desire for that extra dash at every single meal.

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Study Poker in a Way That Resonates With You

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Study Poker in a Way That Resonates With You

"I don't enjoy studying just like of man. There's nothing that to ruin my day more than sitting in front of pyo for like four hours studying one output on one hand and figuring out all the nuances like that is It is not appeal to me in one bit but like get somebody that i can talk about poker strategy with and kind of look at databases and create hypothesis and plans like bounce ideas back and forth like i could do that all day for free. That's fun of it. Took me a long time to realize like. Oh that's that's a studying that resonates with me. That's my idea of you know that that's what that's what gives me the path to grow as a poker player more than anything else. Because it's fun. I enjoy doing it and i think that like if studying if you're listening right now and studying doesn't appeal to you. Maybe go about studying and think about reflect meditate on your relationship with the word and find a better way to go about it. That likes you up. That makes you excited to learn and grow. Poker

The Crime of Refusing Vaccination

The Experiment

01:30 min | 1 year ago

The Crime of Refusing Vaccination

"Hello this is robin. High is the swedish lutheran church in cambridge. We haven't been that in a very long time. But i'm the pastor. Faith lutheran church. How can i help you. Okay thank you. I'm working on a story about pastor heading jacobson. I'm sure this is about vaccination awhile ago producer gabrielle. Burbank cold called a in cambridge massachusetts in search of the origin story of an argument. We're all having right now. We're in the midst of the most ambitious vaccine roll out the world has ever seen. There is finally hope that all of this will end but this hope depends almost entirely on. How many people will be willing to get the vaccine. There's still real fear around what this vaccine will do to us and his battle between hope and fear. It's not the first time we've seen it in this country. It started in this church one hundred years ago. Thank you for talking to me. This is like such a random call discount. Wear the current pastor picked up the phone. Are you in the church. No this is organised practicing. I just put on my mask number very talented.

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US and Mexican Leaders Met To Discuss Root Causes of Central Migration

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

US and Mexican Leaders Met To Discuss Root Causes of Central Migration

"Mexican and senior U. S. Leaders discussed how to address root causes of Central American migration during meetings aimed at stemming increased illegal border crossings into the United States. A lot of young people coming over the border the Biden administration sent on voice, including border coordinator Roberta Jacobson to Mexico to discuss the jump in arrivals. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez with the U. S Customs and Border Protection, released new videos of unaccompanied minors and some adults being held at two temporary processing facilities in Texas. More than 16,000 Migrant Children are currently in U. S custody. 5000 of those in the hands of the Border Patrol who are encountering about 530 unaccompanied minors every day. More than seven in 10 encounters of the border in February resulted in expulsions under pandemic related powers, known as Title

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US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

All Things Considered

04:37 min | 1 year ago

US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.

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Biden Sends Top Officials To Mexico As Border Surge Continues

The Vegas Take

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Sends Top Officials To Mexico As Border Surge Continues

"I'm Steve Rappaport. Top U. S. Advisors on border and Immigration issues will meet with officials in Mexico tomorrow to address the surge of migrants at the southern border. The White House says. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson, coordinator for the Southwest border, will meet with Mexican officials to develop an effective and humane plan of action to manage migration. Senior director for the Western Hemisphere Juan Gonzalez will join her the travel comes is the bite administration grapples with overcrowded Border patrol facilities. Fox is Rachel Sutherland. The Biden administration calls the

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Thousands of migrants crossing US border overwhelm government agents

C-SPAN Programming

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Thousands of migrants crossing US border overwhelm government agents

"Now. The situation along the US Mexico border law enforcement officials have encountered more than 100,000 immigrants at the board of this past month, a number that the White House doesn't admit has been quote overwhelming. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson is a special assistant to the president. She previously served as the U. S envoy to Mexico, adding to the problem, more immigrants a rapid influx of unaccompanied migrant Children. More from today's briefing. President Biden when he was vice president visited the region many times, and it's clear eyed about the challenge, he insists. Now, as he did, then the government's commit to being true partners in creating the conditions for growth and security. But I want to emphasize that the funds were asking for from Congress don't go to government leaders, they go to communities to training to climate mitigation to violence prevention to anti gang programs. In other words, they go to The people who otherwise migrate in search of hope, and they will have to have the participation of the private sector's in those countries who for too long have evaded taxes, underpaid workers and failed to be part of the solution to creating safe, prosperous and democratic countries. We've already begun specific actions to both undo the previous administration's policies and to advance a new vision of immigration. We have ended the so called migrant protection protocols, which sent people Back to Mexico to wait sometimes for years for a chance to present their asylum claims. Working with the government of Mexico, international organizations and NGOs. We have safely admitted over 1400 migrants and closed the most dangerous face of the MPP, The Matamoros migrant camp. Today We're announcing the restarting of the Central American Minors program for Children to be reunited with the parent who is legally in the United States. This program was ended abruptly by The previous administration, leaving around 3000 Children already approved for travel stranded in Phase two. We will be working to improve the camp program to expand safe and legal avenues for to the United States. I want to be clear neither in this neither this announcement nor any of the other measures suggests that anyone, especially Children, and families with young Children should make the dangerous trip to try and enter the U. S in an irregular Fashion. The border is not open going forward. We will continue to look for ways to provide legal avenues in the region for people needing protection. While we continue to enforce our laws. This is a process. We have a great deal to do. But this administration has made significant progress and we will continue to do so. It reflects who we are, as Americans putting our values at the center of our

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China steps up threats to reclaim Taiwan

Between The Lines

05:51 min | 1 year ago

China steps up threats to reclaim Taiwan

"China's rise as a great power it showing more and more attention towards reclaiming territory that long regarded as its own witness. Beijing's conduct in the south china sea. The east china sea hong kong the himalayan border with india. And of course. Taiwan fifteen chinese planes were detected flying into taiwan southwest air defense identification zone or on sunday taiwan's ministry of national defense said sunday's incursion involved twelve fighter jets to anti-submarine aircraft and reconnaissance plane. This comes less than twenty four hours. After the people's liberation army air force flew thirteen combat aircraft including chinese bomber planes capable of carrying nuclear weapons into the same region that was from the south korean english language. Every rung account of china's recent intimidation of the lovely liberal democracy of nearly twenty four million people. now one of my guest today has warned the australian defence department. Beijing is highly likely to attempt to take over taiwan using all means short of war as early as twenty. Twenty four ponder that a chinese takeover of taiwan by twenty twenty four. Linda jacobson is the specialist who delivered this assessment to the morrison government. A few months ago linder is founding director and deputy chair of china matters and she joins us from finland. Hello linda welcome back to between the lines. Thank you for having me again. Tom and joining us in sydney. Is natasha qassam. A research fellow at the low institute by the natasha. Thanks for having me tom now. Linda recently published. China matter explores policy brief. Summarize succinctly or faces tom. We've been talking for a long time. That taiwan is possibly explosive issue in our region. I'm saying it again now. Because the president xi jinping has made it clear that contrary to his predecessors he does not think we can leave the unresolved political status of taiwan to future generations. He wants to see movement towards what the chinese say reunification of the mainland and taiwan during his lifetime. That's the first point. The second one is that as of late. Probably because of some of the recent events which you alluded to among others the pfc's actions in hong kong. There's been a lot of talk of war of outright military conflict between taiwan and the pfc. I think these media reports have the problem into the wrong perspective. I think it is unlikely that we will see outright war over taiwan's future but we are very likely to see beijing making a move which is a protractive extensive intensive campaign of pressure using all means short of war to bring the taiwanese political leadership to its knees and agree to negotiate nothing more without preconditions taiwanese leadership has already said they will negotiate. But the pfc wants to negotiate on the basis that there is only one china in other words in negotiations have to end in some sort of agreement about unification so that's in a nutshell is what the policy brief argues. We should appear for this kind of extensive intensive pressure campaign using all means short of a case. i'm not. She heard linda's assessment. There of the chinese threat to taiwan china's military invasion of taiwan's unlikely. Highly unlikely so expect by gene to launch a step by step coercion of taiwan using all main short of war to force taiwan's latest into negotiations to etc unification natasha. What's your response. I'm inclined to agree with linda that this kind of phased coercion with many policy measures that china can easily scale up is the most likely scenario are and we can already see that happening. We can already see china attempting to launch multiple cyber attacks in taiwan to economically co west taiwan to try to put pressure intensive media coverage and even to infiltrate some of those local level groups to try to tan politics in a different way in taiwan. All these measures today have been relatively unsuccessful. China made it very clear that they wa against the current president citing win and that they were going to punish the taiwanese for her. These kinds of measures only encouraged the taiwanese people the vast majority of which do not want to be a part of china to turn out in support and fight to when last year. And at the same time we've also seen the country really come together during this covid nineteen pandemic and we've seen a really incredible of trust in institutions and in that democratic system of government. In a way that perhaps we haven't seen in other countries so i'm inclined to agree with these being the right measures but on the other hand i would say that the military option very much remains on the table not perhaps in the short term but from china's the incredible buildup of the people's liberation army that we've seen over the past decade has very much been directed at a potential taiwan

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Tampa Bay, Kansas City to face off in Super Bowl

AM Tampa Bay

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Tampa Bay, Kansas City to face off in Super Bowl

"6 20 SportsCenter on there, and Jacobson. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going back to the Super Bowl. The Bucks will become the first team in NFL history to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. They made it to the Super Bowl. After a big win yesterday against the Green Bay Packers. 31 to 26 was the final score. Brady and the Bucks knocked off the number one seeded Packers. Move on to the Super Bowl. They will face the Kansas City Chiefs. The chief's beat the Buffalo Bills in the later game 38 24. The Super Bowl will be held on February 7th at Raymond James Stadium here in Tampa. Take off will be at 6 30. The

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"jacobson" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jacobson" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I was guessing truce themselves, , introduce yourself. . Yeah <hes>. . I'm Abby Jacobson. . I don't know if I think I'll just like say that I don't think I know we had a good. . Self. . Announcer. . Why does I have a question about that? ? Because you know I think you are somebody who like. . You had such a successful television show. . Pretty early in your life I mean. . What's assume <hes> and? ? You're right. . Right. . End. . and. . But. . Then you've also written books. . You have a new show that you're working on right now I wonder like, , do you do you want to be like? ? I maybe Jacob from this or is that like no longer fun to do. . <hes>. . It's interesting I think I think right now at this point in time. . You know broad cities like. . We ended and. . I think we ended in twenty nineteen I'm truly like what where are we? ? Now? ? We don't know our time is just so. . Fast and slow you know. . But I believe it. . Did I truly Mike did I end in twenty. . Yes I ended in like it ended in. . March of Twenty nineteen. . And while it's like the thing I'm most known for and I used to like I want to do all this other stuff on my. . I love that show. . I Love I. . Love. . Red. . City. . I fear I will never have an experience like that. . For the rest of my life I could be happy from broad city I'd be happy with that. . Just because I love that experience so much I'm like why not? ? I'm really happy for you that that's the answer I'm Suzanne. . Slick? ? I think that there's I think that that could just as easily go the other way you know like for somebody that didn't have a good experience and that I'm sure visible bad experience like what a nightmare and then they'd be like like every time. . I did I knew and doing other things but it sure D- INTRO MIA's that I've mom. . I miss it. . I miss it a lot. . So I'm I'm fine. . What are you talk to me about what you're up to rate now roy in your? ? In your television world because I actually don't know what is going on in terms of shooting. . Like I know that you were working on their own and I know that. . Some Powell's even it's awesome cast this stuff us. . Photographs, , people wearing. . Baseball Pants. . Going on right now in terms of Cova Dennis. . Yep Me neither in the in the broader sense because I'm like when anytime I hear of somebody shooting him like you're shooting right now but <hes> so we have had a very law this the leader on. . TV reincarnation is you know we wrote this. . I. . We had a initial room in twenty eighteen and that was when we were. . It was more of a half hour. . A little more heart little more like <unk> comedy forward. . And then it was supposed to initially an Amazon who knows that they're gonNA like what they're not. . Supposed supposed to kind of go room to series, , and then they were like we're just gonNA. . We should just make a pilot and. . You're like, , what? ? Like we just wrote this whole thing and they're like we're just GonNa make a pilot and we really want it to be an hour. . And in that moment will Graham and I who is my partner doing this <hes> we were like, , let's move like it was it was not the movie. . The characters are very different, , but it was like, , let's move farther away from the movie in terms of the All American Girls League, , that was like half of the show and <hes>. . Sorry this is like a longest answer ever, , but we ended up then took taking a rewrite that pilot and then we ended up shooting the pilot, , which is the the photos you've seen full period. . Right before. . Go. .

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"jacobson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"jacobson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And the exact quote from Jacobson the floodgates are about to open I fear some properties will have no choice but to close as they run out of cash to pay employees Donna my concerns by the way Jacobson is pushing proposals for city and state government intervention to help keep hotels of float and let's see where are we here item number six in our top six at six Chicago will stop ticketing booting and towing illegally parked vehicles except for public safety reasons through April thirtieth to give some measure of relief to residents whose jobs and paychecks have been impacted by the corona virus the mayor announced this yesterday this is good news especially what with all of the restaurants now open for to go orders you don't you don't want to get a ticket while you're parked illegally or double park to run in and get food so the suspension of ticketing boating and towing operations has already begun the company's decision to stop adding late fees and interest to debts owed to the city including a red light and speed camera violations and also they're suspending referrals to collection agencies and death checks for drivers of ride hailing vehicles and taxis and that was the first installment on a promise to win Chicago away from fines and fees that have punish those who least can afford it their life it also said that they have stopped water shut offs calling water a basic human right is there some other good news in this story and we'll we'll talk to alderman Brendan Reilly about this he's gonna join us on the broadcast later on this morning all this came out of the city council meeting yesterday this this I really enjoyed the hearing about the city is also talking to Chicago parking meters LLC about suspending its ticketing operations during the crisis and the mayor said this isn't free parking but we're not going to be focusing as much of our ticketing people for expired meters and the like people still do have to pay for parking as they normally would but the ticketing activities are going to be focused on public safety issues not the standard fare expired meters so that could be good news and we'll take whatever we.

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"jacobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jacobson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Amy Jacobson that will settle for were there people are safe and she's the woman of the hour and she just couldn't find any truth and from say the union address that's life you threw a tantrum yeah well the whole thing about Nancy Pelosi his father supposedly this calm cool calculating presence to his genius is getting under counts gin and she showed her deep irritation last night does incredibly test headed yesterday I think competent shook her hand at the beginning I like grace notes but they're ripping up the the speech yeah he should have known this moment was gonna come when she started to impeach shop in the first place that eventually he'd be acquitted or be near quit all and he'd be this majestic setting and she'd have to sit back there like a prop and behave herself and she and she couldn't handle it but as they were routine they were rooting against America I mean when they talked about alone unemployment numbers for African Americans and minorities why not stand up and clap for that because they they can't abide anything this president says even when it's things that normally everyone would welcome and that's one thing I think it's it's really notable about the speech the ratio of outrage it caused among the opposition you know on Twitter on cable TV and in the hall and the way most people receive it I think it's a vast you know because I I'm sitting there is conservative once the limit when the government of advance the ball on the sort of things there's almost nothing for me on is the very center of speech right planting trees going to Mars you know research to support if it's really premature babies and that was really moving moment among many from the gallery and so most people that the second strike in the unreasonable as striking as entirely reasonable or welcome so they can deal why did the speaker house can happen rip up the speech there is at what we have one listener described from this way after the St unit Rassam Nancy Pelosi's little from that and I thought this was pretty good he he's like humans so impact the fall he he brings out in people who they truly are in sort of a remarkable way they can even help themselves and as you're describing Nancy Pelosi this cool calm collected this passionate you know Jeff field general and but then he throws a temper tantrum and then she doubles down on explaining the temper tantrum in a way that portrayed her as venal and petty about her where you just said the president give a speech about you in this country and its future and that's not a pretty good contra that's not a very good contrast for the Democrats yeah and it just when when people tried I think they're reacting to trump in trucks and accompanying way in that will really he John than that really bring down it never works you know we saw this in the primary did work with Marco Rubio it doesn't work standing up up there ripping up the speech wasn't a great night for her and not a great night you know I I I knowledge from ship shook her hand don't come shouldn't mention Obama but like chanting from the floor that you know the ten years ago it was the whole country's convulsed in outrage with the media that you know one Republican congressman shouted you on that now I guess floor demonstrations are again because the norm well it seems like you you may have colts running and cold here you have the the would be suffragettes and the the the Bernie Sanders back benchers and then you have sort of everybody else that is scared to death of the prospect of of nominee name Bernie I think if you you just give the percentages percentage odds of winning the nomination right now at this moment you give Bernie hi thought maybe not usually but the highest Oscar the he very well could win New Hampshire that still seems likely or not and then you could win a lot but I'm on super Tuesday you know in that scenario he'd be the favorite California so you'd have to favor I'm to go into a convention at least with more delegates than anyone.

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"jacobson" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"jacobson" Discussed on The Archive Project

"In an artistic endeavor. I struggled with perfectionism them and a fear of failure and it stops me from starting any advice. Yeah I I mean I with this. It was incredible able because I learned so much in the revision process. So I obviously I'm used to revising scripts but it's just done in a different way you get punch-ups and there's like a whole call. The the timeline is so much shorter and this was you know even like I was writing about memory so I sort of change throughout the writing process to and revise in that aspect. But I think just throwing yourself into it is the best way but I will say the illustrations and and this is something that I need to fix this there. We go who not exposing posing any anything there the illustrations yes. My last book was all illustrations. And something the thing that I found in doing that was I really like showing the process in my art. So I'd like you to see the work and I'd like you to see when I go up and so there's all these little callouts and so all these illustrations I would sit down and basically it was like this piece of paper is going to be in the book doc so of up to make it work and that was just like the limited myself to pencil for this Because I really wanted it to feel like you're on the road with me and even though I didn't draw them while I was there fun tidbit But but I really want you to see the the process so I think I think you have to be a little less precious in the in the beginning stages and then you can always hone it. Because if you are so precious in the beginning you're never gonNA be able to move past that point Of revising whatever her. I don't know what this person makes but yeah I love that. Thanks my Abby yes yes. Welcome to Portland exclamation point. What's your favorite type of fries? Tash tag waffles. Hash Tag crinkle cut Hashtag. Ah Are Tater tots fries. Wow okay so much to comment. There are other types but I'm I'm guessing. Are Those your favorite. That person must be because there's also crinkle fries is that what is that. Oh that's like Zigzag Charlie Charlie rose are not my favorite. No those are the worst. Clearly my favorite I think are like you've got a No I like Like a like old bay kind of vibe on a fry but just like not into that a standard girth. I liked good like truffle fries. Yeah I'm not. I'm not someone who's like some people love McDonald's French fry not for me Do you want a slender shoe. String or Lao fatty uh-huh Fatty fry with with a got it okay. I think I'm also like they're all good Like you know like the potato in general's general's Great. I'm a fan so if if one of those other options is in front of me. I'm going to eat it in in person. Hi Abby. What's more versatile eggs or potatoes HASHTAG? I want eggs are is this like what. If do you infer blonde haired over here. They're the same amount of versatile. I'm GONNA answer it. They're equal okay. Thank you for your comedy. You're writing your art. What's the best advice you've ever gotten? Well I I I just think about this one. I think I put it in here When we were originally writing the pilot for broad city there was a hiccup pickup and we were at one network and then for a year developing it and then it was passed on them? We were like back to the drawing board and it was like very like like this. Is this crazy thing. I've never imagined ever being able to do and then we're doing it and then it was taken away and then we're like we're never gonNA be able to do it again. And then we sold Comey Centrale. Draw an so amy. poehler is an executive producer on our show and she was someone that during that time was said I remember she said to us us. You have to sometimes treat yourself like you would treat your daughter and I don't have a daughter but but what the what that meant was you have to treat yourself like like your inner kid like just to yourself a little with more kindness and and so often tried to like especially with failures and and things that I'm insecure about Earth's exempt scared about. I'm like Oh what would I say to or you know what I say to. My niece is more but Yeah treat yourself like you would treat your daughter or son. mm-hmm done y'all. We've got four more minutes than I have. Okay let's let's speed. Oh my God speed round okay. How do you combat exhaustion and burnout when it comes to? I did a lot of work in this last election. Trying trying to get people out to vote for the right people How do you combat exhaustion and burnout when it comes to fighting inequality I'm so tired I don't know I mean? I think that I often feel bad because I try my best to do what I can do. But I'm also like will I'm I'm watching. TV Right now. You know there are moments where you're like. I am taking breaks all the time. I'm like I live my life and then you're off. I don't know I think you just do as much as you can do without feeling like resentful of it where you're like. No I'm I'm really putting outing my I think only do stuff where you feel like you're putting yourself your full Sullivan behind it and but also know that I think it is actually making a difference and working for the most part. Not for the most part but partial aren't we we're doing spending lights dimming coming yeah I think to tell us to wrap it up. Okay you say you consider yourself more of a writer than an actor. Have you thought about slash. Do you have any plans to write a Nawfal and if you did would it be about an artist who cannot draw hands. You guys have read seen this. I comment on in hear about. I really terrible at drawing hands it probably. We've probably wouldn't be about that. I mean I would not an. Yeah Autobiography No. I don't know I think the next thing I wanNA right which I don't I'm going to say here not GonNa do it for a second can take a second I think I would want to write fiction though Just because that's another challenge another thing that scares me but I'm trying to follow all of those things do it. That's exciting okay. Final question are you ready for. This question was very good question. Abbey are ghosts real and have you had any supernatural encounters. Wow I just listened to an oprah super soul Sunday Sunday about this guy was very into ghosts. Okay I have not personally but I grew up in a very old house house that was built in eighteen twenty one. It was said that George Washington crossed our front lawn. That's what I like to tell people. Let's go oh yeah well guess what. Yeah you won the contest. George Washington grabs my front lawn so I but our neighbor had this mansion and actually was at the same time in my house was the servants quarters for their house across crossed the street which was so weird And and scary at the same time. They had this ghost emily that they had all seen scene and was around and like they had photos of the family and this is her and she like is about. She's like wanders about the property and that was like the closest. I've heard I've been there. I never saw emily. You know what's funny is. Is that like in a hundred years. All the ghosts are going to be named like Jalen. Brogan Yeah.

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"jacobson" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"jacobson" Discussed on The Archive Project

"I can go through them once in a while to see how much I've grown see the old versions of myself next to one another knowing that this version of me right eight now will soon join the pack Elijah. What in fourth grade? I concocted an elaborate scheme to convince my elementary school. Bus Meets. That Elijah Wood was my cousin. I'm not sure why did this or why I decided to make him related to me. As my only real connection with him was thinking he was adorable. Cutting out BOP magazine clippings of him and hanging them on my wall next to will Smith and Jonathan Brandeis. This isn't really that terrible of a crime and I'm I'm not even sure if I completely regret it but the deceit feels worth mentioning. I brought in a framed photo of a young Elijah Wood. No doubt snipped from another BOP or big bopper magazine and put an even younger photo of my actual cousin. Corey who only shares brown hair with Sir would behind it to prove somehow that we'd been updating his photos as he aged changed the frame alone was the key to the whole ploy. When you put a photo inside a frame it changes everything it becomes real and has meaning my bus maid's body? I succeeded in lying about being related to a young actor known best for his popular roles in the good son and North Great. There was no endgame except the satisfaction of being able to create a story and execute. It well enough to make. It seem real. I'm finding a bunch of my regrets. Innocent as they meet maybe be revolved around me. Creating things other people believed that I then felt bad about i. Suppose I was bound to become a writer. A writer or an actor a writer or actor or a con man. Okay and then I'll read venison one. Yes this is so us. I'm so mad at this one venison boy when I was a freshman in college. There was this boy. The senior era had a crush on he lived in a townhouse a few streets away from my dorm. And I don't even know how we first met but I know that we floated from the outset chatting bit here and when they're smiling from afar on our way to classes he had a beard and was a sculpture major or something really sexy like that where he worked with his hands. I was enamored hammered. I'd walked down the street on my way home to my dorm. Hoping to run into him then one day he invited me over for dinner the the following night to his house something. I'd want it to happen for weeks. was going down and could it be true that I had made it happen when I arrived in a cute outfit for the time which would be a terrible Alford for now i. I saw that. It was him and his roommates. Having dinner I was bummed and thought it was going to be more intimate but I ran with it making small talk with his roommates trying to be cool enough to hang with other seniors. They've been grilling stuff on the back patio for dinner. And I didn't question what it was but then it was announced that dinner was ready. We sat down at the table. And and I found out dinner was venison the gotten a deer somehow from from someone or a big piece of one and we're cooking it. They all acted like this was a casual normal thing and I became quiet and withdrew into my freshman non meat eating body. I don't eat meat at least not Gamey. Meat like Venison and I've never had a hamburger and I know you're like excuse me as that seems to be a detail people latch onto. I haven't eaten beef since I was twelve but I ate this venison or at least a little piece live in and did so for this guy and for what I'll tell you want to be informed late in the evening all about his girlfriend girlfriend. What are we doing here? How could he not know why I was there that I was eating deer for him? I ate deer for this bearded in. He has a girlfriend. This is a story like many many stories in my life where unfortunately I was living on a completely different plane of reality than the person in front of me. Basically I had been invited over over there. Because they had a pile of deer meat and they needed more stomachs to store it. And guess what Venison boy. I don't even know your name. I don't even pretend to know it or try to come up with a fake one. I regret eating meat for that boy whose name has left me and I hope he's here tonight. I wanted to say that your book is really really funny. And it's really beautifully written like really a lovely piece of writing and it really means a lot coming from you because that is a big fear fear them in the book is called. I might get this from so many reasons but a big fear is. I'm used to reading scripts and so like how was that transition for you. Did you enjoy like personally. Hey I write prose most of the time. It's like my main job and I find it to be torture so like it's not like beautiful where you're like drinking tea out of a mason jar and like there's like an instagram tableau with flour and Toast Avocado Toast or whatever my processes like four. Am cores on the couch. And then I will have the AH l-shaped couch then I'll have the laptop here on the L.. Like on the Ottoman on the foot. I see a tear will come down and then I will have like like Caramel. Corn I hate it and yet I have no other skills so I'm wondering if it was was it enjoyed an enjoyable process for you or was it. I mean what was the ratio of hard to enjoy. It was a mix because I mean so I went on this road trip in the summer of two thousand seventeen than I wrote the took a lot of notes and photos while I was on because I wanted to experience at wrote from August to August and so it was a mix because I was writing broad city at the same time and so it was a lot of like during that portion. It was way more difficult At night and weekends I was like a crazy person but e I it took me a second to find this is so like clearly defined my voice in this style of writing and also find the voice within each essay because some of them are a little bit more stylized and are are like the speed is found like this is the speed of reading. This is different like jokes. Wise or not the some that are not not that funny get ready but I really wanted to be variety and really finding the framework of you've of the book I write a lot of lists and I have a lot of white boards so I wrote half of it in L. A. and half of it New York I needed to like there's a whole map of the book. I'm very like I'll do. I'll spend so much time doing that so I don't actually right you know but I'm very organized on the whiteboard but yeah I mean ultimately I'm so proud of myself the satisfaction of finishing something like this is like you repress the terrible roble moments where you're like I suck at this no one's going to buy it in the beginning is like what everyone buys and I'll have to like buy all my books back but it's like yeah. I think even the satisfaction of of even finding each essay being like I think I found the game of it it and the heart of it and also I was just finding the The Voice of each some of them. I had such a harder time like when. I'm writing scripts I. It's it's become easier and I'm more familiar with that style and that voice but this was so personal well and I you know broad CDs pretty personal but I in a very different way. So I'm I share a lot with this character and I write a lot about broad city in here here but it's you know as I get older. We're veering away from each other. I hope you feel the same way looking at me as you know. I think we were very similar. But we're also very different me and abby but that the show's very personal but this is just like a different a friend. This is way more personal. How did you in writing something? So personal and so vulnerable for the first time without that distance of off a character and also without you know when you're making straight comedy you're all. There's always a chance to deflect vulnerability and you know now. There's a lot of the book where you don't do that. You really like let yourself be vulnerable. How do you navigate that and decide what to give to people what to keep for yourself like how? Where do you find that line? I didn't know the line I think until I got in there. I think I'm a pretty private person person to in there. I think there still is like a line here where I wanNA keep some things to myself. Obviously but I. I don't know like this. The Beginnings of this book were were very much like I was like. I'm not really sure why I need to write this but I needed to get this out of my system and I'd been wanting to read longer form for a while and I just felt like again. Ah with the broad city of all and you will read about this if you read the book which I'm like you came here. You're probably GonNa read the Great. I don't know maybe we'll see it's really good but it should be. You know a big insecure nine security but a part of it has been like me trying to navigate. People feeling like like they really know me which is the biggest compliment in the world to have peaked create a world on TV and then for people to feel like they're part part of it and like we're friends already. That is like bananas that that people would feel that way and the old fits ultimate goal of storytelling kind of in a way. But then it's also this thing where it's very confusing for me like in my daily life like I honestly. Sometimes I'm like people will be like Yo Abbey. Hey Day and it's like did we go to high school together or like it's so constantly confusing. It's just oh it's like I'm Mike Advert. Im private but public. And then but then also I did feel like I needed to distinguish myself from her and yeah I think this somehow I needed to do something that was very personal and done very like me like locked in my office really focusing on like well I need to write. I need to figure out who I am partially. That is writing this and it was also interesting I I was rating so August August..

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"jacobson" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

13:07 min | 3 years ago

"jacobson" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Abby Jacobsen is a comedian actor artist and writer and she's in conversation with Lindy West who is a contributing attributing opinion writer for the New York Times and author of the Memoir Shrill. They joined us on the occasion of the publication of Jacobson's book. I might regret this. Essays drawings vulnerabilities and other stuff. It chronicles AH so low. Cross country road trip the end of a romantic relationship as well as the story of how she became became a comedic actor and writer. Jacobson has been dubbed the hardest working woman in Hollywood and it was at the end of a particularly intense creative period that she packed up her car and drove from New York to Los Angeles. Jacobson matters not only because she is funny insightful and a great writer but also because he's part of a generation of creative women who are not just performing or just writing but who are also producing their own work. She has control of her work and her career in ways as that are groundbreaking for other women and this conversation. She discusses her early career. Becoming someone's boss and what led to the need for the solitary time of a long long drive..

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