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Fresh update on "james" discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

08:16 min | 27 min ago

Fresh update on "james" discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2019, a young man ran across a bridge in Kentucky, pleading with passerbys for help. He was bruised and battered and extremely agitated. According to a witness who called 9-1-1 he just walked up to my car and he went, can you help me? I just want to go home. Please help me. I asked him what's going on, and he tells me he's been kidnapped and he's been traded through all these people and he just wanted to go home. His name, he said, was Timothy pitzen. Police called Timothy's father James to tell him they had possibly found his son. They were taking him to the children's hospital to get him checked out. One can only imagine the rush of emotions James felt receiving that phone call, hope, surging through his body at the prospect of being reunited with his precious son, who'd gone missing almost exactly 8 years earlier. On May 11th, 2011, James pits and dropped to 6 year old son Timothy offutt kindergarten in their hometown of aurora, Illinois. As he watched his son waddle away like a chubby old man, carrying his Spider-Man backpack, he called after him, I love you, be good. And already, I'm gonna pause and say that when I read this, I got a little creeped out because every morning when I dropped my 8 year old off at school and watched him walk through the gate with his Spider-Man backpack, I call out. I love you, be kind. I mean, I guess that's not that much of a coincidence. Kids love Spider-Man and telling your kids you love them when you drop them off at school is pretty par for the course. I guess what I mean to say is I have a kid and knowing the nightmare James was about to enter into, this story makes me want to crawl in bed and never come out. When James came to pick Timothy up later that day, he'd found he'd been picked up and signed out less than an hour after being dropped off. Clearly, this was a surprise to James. He asked to pick Timothy up. It was his wife, Timothy's mother, Amy. James called Amy, she didn't answer. He called again. No answer. He left her a message. I said, just tell me that you're fine. Just call me. What's going on? I had no idea where they were, I called her mom. I called her dad to see if she'd been there. I was like, okay, she's upset at me for some reason, so she'll need to cool down. Apparently, a few weeks earlier, James and Amy had gotten into a fight over Amy wanting to go to The Bahamas with a girlfriend. James was upset that he and Timothy weren't going, and normally I would tell a dude to back off and let his wife have some alone time, but in all fairness, James had caused to be peeved. A few years earlier he had found out that Amy was communicating with and seeing one of her ex-husbands, and possibly planning to have an affair. James put the kibosh on the secret relationship and told Amy that if she wanted to go down that route with anyone else, she could, but he would make sure to get full custody of Timothy. And give an Amy's history with mental illness, it looks like he would have had a strong case. It's one more awful irony to parenting while depressed. On top of the depression, you're also burdened with the knowledge that your illness could cost you your custody. So James thought Amy might still have been angry about the fight over the vacation, even though the vacation had already passed, and she had gotten her way and went with just her girlfriend. I'm sure James was just trying to cling to anything semi logical to avoid thinking the worst. But when James discovered that his wife had left without her antidepressants and it seemed without having taken her meds for at least a few days, he got really worried and called the police. And of course, by this point, nothing Amy had done was illegal. Inconsiderate? Sure. Concerning absolutely. But not illegal. The police told James they would have to wait at least another 24 hours before filing a missing persons report. And, as frustrating as this is, it makes sense. So, James waited out the night hoping his wife would call in the morning, explaining that she just needed some space to thank at which point he might firmly suggest that next time she needed space to not abscond with their child without letting him know first. But Amy didn't call in the morning. James let the rest of the family know that Amy and Timothy had not been seen since 8 30 the morning before. And he continued to call Amy's cell phone. She didn't answer his calls. The police, for some reason, showed up at James work the next day, and they said they would file a missing persons report. And to me, this is really strange. Why did they just show up at his work? Why didn't they call? Why did they take it upon themselves to follow up? Anyone who's ever seen a movie about a child going missing knows that half the movie is taken up with the parent yelling at the police to do something damn it. The aurora PD was either extremely proactive or really bored. A day went by with no word from Amy, I can only imagine that James spent this day pulling his hair out and vomiting, as that is literally a 100% what I would have done. The next day, march 13th, Amy called her mother and told her she and Timothy were fine, and according to James that she quote needed some time alone to figure out how to approach this. Approach what? I mean, I would have been driving all over Illinois at this point with a bullhorn. What did she need to figure out how to approach? She then called James brother and said, quote, Timothy's fine. Timothy belongs to me. What? James brother could hear Timothy in the background of the call, apparently sounding fine, so at least there was that. But here's the thing, Amy had already survived at least two suicide attempts before in her life, and James said she was battling demons and the demons were winning. I'm sure we're all aware by now of parents with suicidal ideation, taking their children out with them because they think they're saving them. And from all accounts, Amy really had struggled with major depression for years. She was on three medications to manage it. Her sister Cara described her as always searching for the thing that would make her happy. Work, religion, family. Her first husband had introduced her to mormonism, something Amy hoped would help her. And though it didn't seem to, and her first marriage ended in divorce, Amy apparently remained a Mormon throughout the rest of her life. Timothy had provided a short respite from her relentless pain, and she finally felt as though she had found her purpose in life, which was to be Timothy's mother. But, as is usually the case with serious chronic depression, Amy's depression returned, and with it, I'm sure added disappointment and guilt that her role as a mother was no longer saving her life. Given how intimate James was with Amy's mental health struggles, it's hard to imagine the panic, he must have been feeling at this point. The next morning on May 14th, the police called James. A housekeeper discovered Amy's body in a hotel room at the Rockford inn in Rockford, Illinois. The only good news was that Timothy wasn't there. The bad news, of course. Was the Timothy wasn't there. In her suicide note, Amy said that Timothy was safe with people who loved him somewhere he would never be found. Immediately, an extensive search for Timothy began. With the devastating news that Amy was gone, the family prayed that they would find him, and find him alive. But first, they would have to try to put together the pieces of Amy and Timothy's last few days together..

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Fresh update on "james" discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

01:34 min | 43 min ago

Fresh update on "james" discussed on The Final Lap

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George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 1 d ago

George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats

"An ABC News George Stephanopoulos who I call the unbiased journalist George of Annapolis used to be Bill Clinton's campaign chief communications guy in The White House For two terms ran his campaign I mean he and James carville got Bill Clinton elected Now James carville doesn't pretend like he's a journalist He's out there as a rabid Democrat but with stephanopoulos does every Sunday when he hosts the ABC this week and when he's on Good Morning America as he pretends he's the chief political guy and he pretends like he's impartial He spent his entire career before getting to the media advising Democrats This is what I mean I could never do that Even though I've been advising Republicans my entire career And I'm a conservative talk radio host In order for me to get a job like that If they were to call me if you only want you to host meet the press Oh my God what an honor Absolutely What do I have to do Well you have to do the following Denounce Trump denounce every Republican then genuflect in front of the Democrat altar and declare yourself completely independent But they don't make Democrats do that When they give them shows they just go here Now you're a host Oh okay Well thank you That's so nice of you Thank you so

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Fresh update on "james" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:12 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "james" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I mean, when you think about it, look at Succession. I mean, they're still doing it because there's two things about succession that scream out. One is there's no one that you fucking like. There's no one that you admire that you want to hang out with that you want to be. I mean, so much of television is aspirational, right? Yeah. But like, who on no offense against any of them, but who do you want to hang out with on a Sunday afternoon and have them over to brunch and just take a deep breath with? No one. And the second is that when they decided to do the show, Casey boys who runs content and is really smart. Says, we don't need a star. We believe in the material. We believe in the writing. We believe in this concept. We don't need to camouflage it or hedge our bets by trying to get Jennifer Aniston to play shit for, you know, whatever it might be. And both of those are two big power moves. Another thing I loved in the book about The Sopranos, you go into great detail about the pine barrens episode, which there was a lot of great, great information in there. And how about the fact I learned this in James book, they had not planned for the snow when they did all the rehearsals and the scout of the location. They were supposed to be in the Woods. And then there was a snowstorm and they had to incorporate it basically. And how much of a factor did the snow play ends up playing in that episode? That is an amazing twist of fate right there. It's just fantastic. You know, Jeffrey katzenberg, when he was at Disney, he said this rule that the audience doesn't like snow. And I think that for a long time, there weren't a lot of there weren't a lot of movies set in snow. He just, you know, he had his reasons. But I can't look at that episode and think, you know, what would have been like without. I mean, obviously it still would have been a great show. And it was written beautifully, Steve Buscemi, direct. I mean, you can go on and on. But the snow, each one of them talk about the fact that this is okay. And they weren't going to back down. In fact, I mean, it led to some of pi parents, obviously you know this, but you talk about the Sopranos ability, that shows ability to combine fear, drama, and humor. It's unbelievable. Yeah. Oh yeah. Yeah. And a great nugget too that I learned in the book. As a viewer, you think the whole episode is shot there in the Woods, but the scene where Pauly and Christopher and the van eat and the catch up, that's shot on a sound stage because they had to worry about lighting and darkness and all that. So I loved learning about that episode in the book with those. Now here's what's I find this interesting, the flip side of that. Sopranos tested poorly, HBO basically said screw the testing. We're putting it on. Many, many years later, Lisa Kudrow, after friends get to show called come back..

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Jury is seated in Jussie Smollett trial

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Jury is seated in Jussie Smollett trial

"A a jury jury has has been been seated seated to to hear hear the the case case against against former former empire empire actor actor jussie jussie Smollett Smollett no no panel panel that that will will decide decide the the case case consist consist of of twelve twelve jurors jurors plus plus alternates alternates the the judge judge James James Wynn Wynn told told the the jury jury he he expects expects the the case case to to take take about about a a week week and and seeding seeding the the panel panel then then asks asks would would be be jurors jurors about about their their feelings feelings about about the the case case that that riled riled the the nation nation thirty thirty years years ago ago he he asked asked potential potential members members of of the the panel panel if if they they have have been been the the victim victim of of a a hate hate crime crime if if they they had had watched watched the the late late show show empire empire or or were were familiar familiar with with TMZ TMZ celebrity celebrity website website in in TV TV show show Moscow's Moscow's Gabriel Gabriel

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Fresh update on "james" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:21 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "james" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Illustrated media podcast. I am your host Jimmy trainer. Thank you for listening. Hope everybody out there had a great Thanksgiving. Got a good episode here for you today. James Andrew Miller, author extraordinaire is on the show who has a new book out about HBO and he covers everything about HBO every show that's been on there. And she has a lot of insight details and stuff Sopranos curb. Larry Sanders show, get into the history of HBO with Jim Miller. We also talk about some ESPN and Manning cast stuff as well. And followed following Jim saal kata joins me for the weekly train of thought segment where we get into the college football circus that has taken place and a couple of other things the Will Ferrell story that came out this week with Adam McKay, not being friends and partners anymore and talk about a couple of other things that sell. So that's all on this episode. If you missed it last week, we did an all train of thoughts edition of the SI media podcast two weeks ago, Kenny main, three weeks ago, Becky Lynch, and Kevin Clark four weeks ago, Al Michael. So if you missed any of those episodes, check them out in the archives, rate and review. All right, let's get to Jim Miller, followed by train of thoughts right here on this episode of the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now SI media podcast regular brand new book out about HBO that I am thoroughly enjoying. And of course, the man who knows everything about ESPN, Saturday Night Live, a bunch of other things, James Andrew Miller, Jim. How are you? Hey, Jimmy. How are you? Thanks for having me. My pleasure. Loving the HBO book. I don't want to scare people and tell them it's 950 pages, but there's a lot of juicy stuff in that book that I've enjoyed. 950 pages, though, is a chore. It goes fast, but it's nearly 50 years. And I try and write books of records. So and this is definitely a record. There's no doubt. Before we get into the book, this is a lot there. A couple of just media sports media things. You know, I don't go week on this podcast, but I'll talk about the man in cast. It's been a huge hit for ESPN. You sort of know all of the inner workings of ESPN. I would imagine in Bristol, they could not have asked for anything better in terms of reception and.

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A jury has been seated in the trial of Jussie Smollett

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

A jury has been seated in the trial of Jussie Smollett

"A a jury jury has has been been seated seated to to hear hear the the case case against against former former empire empire actor actor jussie jussie Smollett Smollett no no panel panel that that will will decide decide the the case case consist consist of of twelve twelve jurors jurors plus plus three three alternates alternates the the judge judge James James Wynn Wynn told told the the jury jury he he expects expects the the case case to to take take about about a a week week and and seeding seeding the the panel panel then then asks asks would would be be jurors jurors about about their their feelings feelings about about the the case case that that riled riled the the nation nation thirty thirty years years ago ago he he asked asked potential potential members members of of the the panel panel if if they they have have been been the the victim victim of of a a hate hate crime crime if if they they had had watched watched the the late late show show empire empire or or were were familiar familiar with with TMZ TMZ celebrity celebrity website website in in TV TV show show Moscow's Moscow's Gabriel Gabriel

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Fresh update on "james" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "james" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"I haven't gotten one check yet They're using my image and yet I'm not getting a nickel What does he think of the actor James Schultz who plays him on stage Honestly I think he's okay I mean he can kinda sing and tied to dance Maybe one day James will join us Jason Frey will be news The Supreme Court this week hearing arguments on a controversial case that could dismantle abortion rights in the United States At the center of the case is a Mississippi law that bans abortions for women 15 weeks pregnant roughly two months earlier than what the current Supreme Court president allows Just braven covers the Supreme Court for The Wall Street Journal Mississippi says that there is no basis whatever to.

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No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title

"James Akinjo scored fifteen points a number six Baylor took control early in the second half to beat Michigan state seventy five fifty eight for the battle for Atlantis championship for my once now we're able to establish ourselves defensively you stop and you know in transition and we really become fun to watch a hardcore the bears led by just two before putting together a seventeen six run to start the second half the Spartans never got closer than ten the rest of the way as Baylor improved to seven no freshman Kendall brown added twelve points on six of seven shooting for the bears who were forty nine percent from the field and had four players score in double figures the Spartans shot just thirty seven percent committed nineteen turnovers Gabe brown scored thirteen to lead Michigan state I'm Dave Ferrie

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Native Americans mourn on Thanksgiving: &apos;No reason to celebrate&apos;

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Native Americans mourn on Thanksgiving: &apos;No reason to celebrate&apos;

"While many American families celebrated thanksgiving yesterday a day of mourning was observed by some native Americans on the historic landmark that overlooks Plymouth rock members of native American tribes from around New England to gather to mourn citing centuries of racism and mistreatment that indigenous people around the world have suffered waters indigenous people would be celebrated by a day of thanksgiving and yet the history books called off the savages kisha James of the Quinault Wampanoag tribe says the stories we all learned in school about the first thanksgiving are mostly lies someone to knock ancestors did welcome the pilgrims and save them from starvation and

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John James of 'Dynasty' Fame Stars as President Biden in Biopic ‘My Son Hunter’

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | Last week

John James of 'Dynasty' Fame Stars as President Biden in Biopic ‘My Son Hunter’

"I am getting back to this fascinating interview with fela MacDonald. He's one of the producers of my son hunter, my son hunter dot com is where you go to get more information on the film. It is about the Hunter Biden laptop and the unfortunate disclosures that we find out from mister young mister Biden himself. You know what I like? And again, welcome back. I love the fact that you've got John James of dynasty playing Joe Biden. I like to call him uncle Joe. Some people call him President Biden. But because when I looked at John James, I looked him up recently because he's an older gentleman, of course, he's the right age, but he actually does look a little like Joe Biden. Yeah. And where do you see what we did with him with makeup and the wonderful Serbian makeup artists? I mean, he grew into the role. It was amazing. He just became Joe Biden over the course of making the movie. Even to the extent of walking into a glass door on his way into a restaurant on the weekend when we were making a movie. He said it was his greatest piece of mathematics ever. Yeah, he walked into a glass door and spent Saturday evening in the Serbian ER room. Not a great place to be actually any E or R on a Saturday night anywhere in the world is not a good place to be Serbia. It's got its own challenges. So you just need a few stitches, but that he was taking the Joe Biden the stumbling bumbling Joe Biden rule so seriously walking through a glass door. So that was not part of the movie. That's one of those outtakes, right? Yes. Yes, very much. And he was taken out by the glass door. He was taken out by the glass

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Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

AP News Radio

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Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

"Kevin Durant crack the NBA's top twenty five all time scoring list by contributing twenty one points in the nets one twenty three one oh four thumping to the Celtics about a kid my like today's game an early age so I watched all these guys that I might pass a note to your house and I I wanted to be like them I wanted to be an NBA like them make an impact in the league like down Patty mills added twenty three points and James harden had twenty with eleven assists in Brooklyn's twelfth win in its last fourteen games lamarcus Aldridge scored seventeen grabbed nine rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders who opened the second half on an eighteen to three run to go ahead by twenty eight Marcus smart had twenty points and eight assists for the Celtics who had won three in a row I'm Dave Ferrie

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Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House

Mark Levin

01:16 min | Last week

Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House

"And what we saw in Virginia with the election of glencoe in the first Republican elected statewide since 2009 was exactly the power and organization and political message that we need to spread far and wide between now and election day next year Stop worrying about who's sitting in the Oval Office Does it matter of course it matters But right now what matters more How do you win this country by changing the president and then everything gets fixed Come on You're smarter than that you know better You know your founders the founders didn't want that You'd think James Madison and Alexander Hamilton and George Washington and Thomas Jefferson wanted us to wring our hands and worry about who would sit in The White House every four years Our entire country was built on the premise of divesting power from the federal government in the nation's capital The most important decisions that happen in our lives should be made at the local level and there's nothing more local than school boards Fix your house fix your neighborhood fix your community fix your town fix your county fix your school district That's how you change a country I've got more to say about that coming up in a little bit But that's what we need to focus on right now

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James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

"And rush would he had a famous kind of Christmas series he would do and a famous Thanksgiving series he would do. Talk to us more about the man of that rush was just his optimism doing three hours of radio a day. I could say from personal experience, two hours is a lot. He would do three hours almost no gas collars on only one day open line Friday. Just talk to us about the man. How much prep did he put in? How much study did he do? Tell us from your inside perspective. I'd be so fascinated by that. Rush never stopped working. And this was his work ethic was was astounding. Russia would get to the studio at 8 o'clock in the morning or 8 30 ish. And prep right up until the time of the show. So three hours. Wow. Okay. But, but it didn't end there. After he left the studio, sometimes we'd be around the three of us that were there in there with him during the chinsky. Austin Agra Russia stenographer and Brian Johnson, his engineer in Florida. We have another engineer in New York, Mike ramone who's been with us for 30 years, over 30 years. And if we stayed around the studio, about 40 minutes after he left, Russia's printer would start firing off. What stories for the next day? And it could go on and on and on. He would take a break. I don't know saying he worked around the clock, but he really did work all the time. He said, he used to say show prep, life is show prep. Life is show prep. And he brought so many things of interest to the show, things that interested him. But more to the point to me was this was a man that studied this medium. He wanted to be a broadcaster at age 6. At age 6, he had a little toy that was put out. I think by remco or one of the toy companies where you can broadcast inside your house. So he had the microphone he had his toy set rigged up and would broadcast to his mother. He knew what he wanted to do from the time he was a

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Rush Limbaugh Saw Something Very Special in Charlie

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | Last week

Rush Limbaugh Saw Something Very Special in Charlie

"Welcome to this special Thanksgiving episode of the Charlie Kirk show with my friend, the legendary. James golden. Otherwise known as Beau snored James, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Surely it is so good to be here, especially Thanksgiving. Wow, what a great what a great. Charlie, I love your casual look. Thank you. I appreciate that. You know, sometimes you just got to be able to move about, you know, and the suit and tie, you know, maybe I could graduate to just the polo shirt like rush used to do, right? Right, right? Yeah. Just the polo shirt. But say something, you just mentioned Russian. Let me just say something to everybody that doesn't know. Rush really made a big deal of how much he enjoyed meeting you Charlie and how vital he thought you were to the future of this nation. And I've told you that too many times over. It may rush and I had many a discussion about you, Charlie, we both talked about you to each other and what our expectations. I'm sorry, yeah, we have expectations of you. What our expectations were because when we see in you, what Russia knew what I see in you and I've told you this from the very beginning. You are a natural leader of people. You have a charisma about you that you can't, I mean, look, you can't teach anybody how to do this. You have natural leadership qualities. And what you've been able to do with turning point and what you've been able to do just in the past few years with organizing people, especially young people in this country is nothing short of phenomenal. Thank you. And rush love the time that he spent with you. He talked about you on the air and how impressed he was with you and what you're doing and we just are also grateful to you and the work that you're doing moving the conserve, not just conservative, but you're moving a very an optimistic American message into the next generation and into the future. Well, thank you. That touches

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James Golden Describes His New Book 'Rush on the Radio'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

James Golden Describes His New Book 'Rush on the Radio'

"But I want to say James, you played a role in the growth at turning point. You spoke at our conferences for years, and we were just small little group at the local hotel, remember? You would always show up and look how far we've come. It's really, it's really amazing. So thank you for saying that. And you have a book out. Rush on the radio. Tell us about that. You know, it is what I hope Charlie to do is to give people a behind the scenes look at who Russian bought really was not as defined by his critics on the left who never listened to the program who never took the time to really delve into who rushed them but was what it was about. And also to give people kind of a behind the scene looks at what it was like working with him. And I bet about my own background on how we came to work together. So one of the things that I hope that we accomplished in this book is not only was rushed in amazing professional at what he did. He earned every single accolade that he got in terms of for his success as a broadcaster. And as the best broadcaster of our times, and he earned that through hard work through perseverance do not giving up when there were many times where his career could have stalled permanently, but he just kept going at it. And then he had the most amazing success. So yes, rush was the most important broadcaster to me of our generation. If it were not for his success in reviving a.m. radio, first of all, when it was when it's death throes. And then his program brought in a rash of other talk shows. It grew talk radio into a medium that played a large role in shaping and still does America's body politic and also our culture.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James

"The next wasted a twenty five point lead before Immanuel Quickley nailed four three pointers in the final period bailing out New York in a victory over the Lakers one oh six one hundred we came out ready to play and then they made some adjustments so we need it you know we know that we're gonna be ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand that and you know we need to get away so credits Argos Julius Randle added twenty points sixteen rebounds and five assists for the next despite foul trouble Evan Fournier scored twenty six to lead the Knicks Russell Westbrook had thirty one points thirteen rebounds and ten assists for LA which played while lebron James served a one game suspension for his altercation in Sunday's win over the pistons I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last week

Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

"The sharks scored an overtime goal by Alexander bye barn off to beat the hurricanes two to one Tomas Hertl with the assist to set up the game winning goal ending Carolina's four game win streak Santos he hadn't scored a goal in a hundred thirty five minutes and thirty eight seconds until Kevin Labanc tied up at one in the second period James Reimer made twenty two saves for the win the hurricanes only goals by defenseman Tony deangelo Carolina is eight one and one on the road this season Brian Lee Aung San Jose

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Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

"AP sports I'm David Shuster the Phoenix Suns got off to a slow start this NBA season but they are in high gear now riding a thirteen game winning streak following Monday's one fifteen one eleven victory at San Antonio elsewhere Memphis scored the final seven points in their win on the road at Utah one nineteen one eighteen other winners included Brooklyn Charlotte Atlanta Boston Milwaukee Minnesota Indiana and Philadelphia who defeated Sacramento off the court lebron James and I'd say it's stored both suspended following their altercation Sunday James getting one game store getting too on the collegiate level this week's a people has Gonzaga at UCLA at numbers one and two both played in one Monday night inside a one oh seven fifty four over central Michigan UCLA seventy five sixty two over Bellarmine Gonzaga and UCLA face off later this week and then pro football Tom Brady keeps rolling on the seven time Super Bowl champion had a pair of touchdown passes is Tampa Bay blew out the New York Giants thirty to ten I'm David Shuster AP sports

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LeBron James Ejected After Contact With Pistons' Isaiah Stewart

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last week

LeBron James Ejected After Contact With Pistons' Isaiah Stewart

"It's very rare that I called a human being bad, LeBron James is a bad man. I don't know if he was negligent or whatever he was thrown out of a game after. Elbowing one of the you see this? That the Troy pistons player Isaiah Stewart, and the guy was old bloody. 20 man brawl on the court. What he said about the colonel rittenhouse, just as it was so he mocks his tears. He's never said a word about China. The guy is in the realm of being horror. See, this is an interesting question. I live in LA, a lot of Laker fans here. See, I have always been stuck in life. I think morally for anything else I think about right and wrong. I couldn't root for the Lakers with LeBron James on the team. I just couldn't. So I'd like to and I feel bad for Laker fans. Feel bad for any fans. I mean, how could you be a fan of a team that has BLM? On its uniforms. Members of the team that wouldn't stand for the American flag.

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How Do We Maintain a Human Way of Life in the Presence of New Technologies?

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:01 min | Last week

How Do We Maintain a Human Way of Life in the Presence of New Technologies?

"I think this technology actually changes who we are. It doesn't actually help us to do what we already want to do. That's kind of a faulty talking point we hear a lot on the right. Like, oh, technology is what you make of it. That's not true. This technology actually remakes you. And so talk about what some people can actually do some actionable steps, especially people that aren't part of the digital age. Boomers, if you will, what can they do? Yeah, well, you know, I think it's important to point out that ever since the beginning, you know, technology has an independent formative effect on our senses in our sensibilities, our way of seeing the world. It brings things back from the past patterns of seeing and thinking and doing. Just at the same time that it obsoletes other things. And so, you know, you go back and look at the oral oral civilization and how it differs from civilization when the alphabet came into being how that differs from the scribal age of the Middle Ages and then again, with the invention of the printing press and then with the invention electricity and right down the line all the way to digital. So as important as it is to be to be wary and to be watchful and mindful and to understand the nature of these effects that our media have on us. And it's important to remember that technology is not neutral, even though it is indifferent to our fates as living beings, that doesn't mean that it's in some way even handed or neutral arbiter of our fates. At the same time, you know, we need to recognize that these creations of ours are not themselves evil that in many ways they're just they're just plumbing and that these are should not be objects of worship. We shouldn't look at our technological advancements, no matter how eye popping as things that are better than us or more powerful than us or have a true destiny that is more perfect or complete than ours. And I think a lot of what is motivating, you know, these kinds of unfortunate cultural trends are people who really just feel like they're being cowed. By the technologies around them. And they feel as if they have leaders who are totally disinterested in telling them how they can repair and retrieve and sustain a human way of life in the presence of these technologies. So, you know, one thing that you can do immediately, you know, aside from checking out my book, you know, you can get the details that human forever U.S. and buy it at canonic XYZ. You know, the most important thing that we can do on a personal level is to maintain our memory our human memory to recognize that our memory is special and unique to us that computers just because they can recall everything, sort of total recall, it's sci-fi. That doesn't mean that their memory works like ours does, you know, our brains are not computers. Our consciousness is not something that can just be represented by a mathematical equation. Our minds are not reducible to our brains, our bodies are not reducible to our minds. And if we bear that in mind, we will have the kind of presence of mind the peace of soul and really the mental and physical health that we need in order to survive this tremendous

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Exactly. I mean how old and jaded do you have to be to look at a kid selling lemonade and go not on my watch? You know Right. In you know now I know in some places like if a kid wants to just go and odd job cut grass, he's got to get a license. That just discourages them from doing it. It. Well, what we're seeing is this I don't think is an conspiracy I. Think this is just the inevitable slow but constant encroaching of government. but the you know. As even as a society lake, we've gotten to the point now where you can't do anything without permission. With everything has to be preapproved. Everything has to fall within certain guidelines. You can say certain things you can't think certain things you know you can't God forbid if you WanNa take your life by your own. You know by by the by the strings as it were and run your own life according to your own rules ono that can't be allowed. Yeah. Whatever yeah. Whatever that looks like for you know you gotta get that preapproved, pay your fees everything make sure that you know and then we'll decide you're allowed to make your living that way or not. So it's interesting. You mention that because you know in Virginia, it is illegal to be off the grid. I didn't know that not Virginia didn't know that. Yeah So I have a friend WHO's working on putting solar in his house. and. He's talking about the backsied from the system because it's plugged into the system is like. Would if you unplug from the system because you can't sell legal, didn't want free energy. If you have an energy source, you have to be plugged into the system or to legal. It's legal to be off the grid I'm like. Are you kidding me? It's not surprising in the least but. Especially for Virginia. Virginia that's why I moved man's Virginia's getting word. That's one of the reasons. But yeah, it's getting bad there although somehow I don't understand how this happened. How is it Virginia is okay. So so I live in Texas now and I thought police were horrible I just I grew up thinking police were just back did I just because I've had so many bad experiences with police. And I'm the obviously not the only person and and I'm sure my cases are not as bad as a lot of people's but it was enough for to set a tone in my mind. This. Over kind of overreaching view of law enforcement in in Virginia. I moved to Texas the first cop I enact are in the first half I meet is at a I go to Chick-fil-a a lot. So it was a chick-fil-a and tech's at six eleven getting launch. There's a cop. He's just standing there in inject filet with a cowboy hat. Hockey with the other customers like just having conversations with random people other all waiting for the drinks I'm like what the hell's happening right here. He's not innovating never had seen that in Virginia and my whole life growing up there. You know muffing about cops is I don't hate him at eleven. I've had. Like in my experience with cops, I've had a lot of different experiences in without going too much into my views on the justice. System. I've spent a lot of time like entire eight hour days stacked sitting in courtrooms watching case after case go.

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"And I was like in at the time I was like Okay I won't. I won't say that but I get it now I get it because it's not it's a bill. It's IT'S A it's a weekend out. The night's dinner for family, right? Like not even the holidays I always tell people for the price of your vice your wallet can look Nice Yeah I've heard you say that I like that and it's it's so true because like uninvite out. Let's say you go out with your friends you out with your wife whatever y'all are going out to party how much going to spend. Well I'm old. So I'm GonNa go with me my wife and my kids. So we're going to spend between two and three hundred dollars because you figure if we spend twenty to thirty dollars. You know because we're GONNA have dinner we're going to go out or whatever. Yeah. Easily three hundred bucks for four people. Yeah so you do that three times. And then throw an extra hundred bucks on top and you've got a good start on a trading account. You sacrifice three three of those times and you just like. All right. I could go out. But I'm actually going sit this three hundred bucks every here. In Emma do it again, the next time I can go out. And in the next time and it's not costing you anything because what were you going to do with the money though I mean? Exactly. We're going to blow data something. So I mean. Yeah, that's our trying to tell people that, and that's that's how because when you deposit into your trading account, you have to have already agreed the money. Like it's gone. It's not your money anymore yet you bought on. Yeah. It's not your money until you've withdrawn it now the cool thing is. Is You have complete access control to the account? But So you're not calling somebody up saying, Hey, I want to get this done around. Do this you're just like I WANNA do this. Let me check it out Yep and it is literally like. Two clicks new order execute. Done and then it's one touch clothes. So that like that's how I'm able to do it in a few seconds like new order execute profit close. Done And so but I mean, that's That's dangerous. When to trade that that time it's dangerous like its bit me in the ass. But. Yeah it's it. It just changes everything changes everything. 'cause you just see all of the. You see where you just WanNa you just WanNa grab somebody in shaking like you're doing it wrong. Let.

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"You know they only post when it's in profit and that makes me skeptical and so I'll get people that are asking me like. So how do I make a grand today? Just awesome cracks because that's What you're not, you're not, you're not you're not not what trading you're not going to maybe if you can Get Two people to sign up in our school. You can make about Lou under thousand dollars but Yeah No. No. The only way to make quick money is to sell something, but that requires you have something to sell. And and it requires you be good at it selling and it requires somebody willing and able to buy. So you have to still have all these things in place and that is one of the reasons I love trading because I, don't have to sell shit to anybody. You know like I don't I. Don't at all and just approach trading like like an investigation. Because you just have, you basically have to look at the history of the currency of the pair and how it's moved and in the places in it's been and you're basically setting up surveillance on places that the that the pair has already been waiting for it to come back there. That's that's hilarious. So so it kind of does mirror like even in even numbers have habits and yet others. Yeah, and that's that's kind of like. Gives you perspective on everything because? It moves very closely with the FIBONACCI sequence. Okay. Do you know what? Yeah. Very closely. It's the most naturally occurring number system in the universe right and like the sixty one point eight. Is What we call the PR Z.. That is the price reversals home. And when it gets between the fifty percent in the sixty one point eight that's when you're thinking. Okay it's GonNa make a reversal either for a pullback or something. So. Yeah. Like we have a FIBONACCI retracement pattern on the charts and you just like trade it's a simple drag tool that you just..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Could lose thousand dollars in this one hour trip or you're minute trip to the store. And and and then it's just like you tip the Guy Hundred Bucks? Hey man go home for the day you're done. Or. If he's smart. And he's like Oh hell. Yeah. Most of my pocket and keep on hustling today You know that's what I would do take the windfall but don't stop your don't stop your routine. That's another thing that is. People talk about the discipline with entrepreneurship other stuff and there's definitely huge part of that is the discipline of doing the same thing every day or not necessarily you know having a a system that you put into place consistently the real job quote unquote. Yeah. Like is there's a place for that like you know certain things do need to get done. And I understand that. But that's not the discipline that I find lacking for a lot of new entrepreneurs they like that but that's an employee mindset. The discipline that I find is the is in two places one the discipline to know how to best spend your time. Not Always on the thing that's going to get you the quick buck, it's going to get you the long buck right we're yeah. So that's one and then the other is not to rest when you do hit those windfalls right because so many people are like, Oh, I just got ten thousand dollars I could take a month off. No. You might not get the ten thousand dollars for the next three months. Got His start keep working when yeah. That is a problem? A lot of people have when they get momentum they take their foot off the gas like no. I was leaning regardless yes. Lean in yeah and like one of the things that That I heard that I say a lot is Do you want to get rich quick or do you want to get rich smart? And then there's you WanNa be right or do you WANNA make money..

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Okay and just for a second. Assume I. Don't know what any of those words are that. You just said I know I'll explain. Okay. So Back then all you had was what's called a mini lot which that's one dollar per pit movement. So. You can do a two percent risk on a five hundred dollar account. with your stop loss but. The problem was this is also at a time when wireless Internet was brand new. Like I had a blitz card, you remember a blitz card It looks like a little flash drive plugs into your USB. It's an External Wifi card. Okay. Okay. Okay. I mean that's that's how old dishes. And So. And I lived in the country and POW Tan. So that didn't make a bunch better. So I'M GONNA trade right and I had a bad habit then in China still have it now where I would get into the trade but I wouldn't set my stop-loss until after I had already gotten it. Okay and. So what you should do is put it in there when you're getting. Okay. But you don't have to anyway I did that and I'm sitting there watching the trade you know getting ready to put my stop-loss in and then I go to execute my stop-loss. Like to put it in there. So if it hits it, it kicked me out. And it says, no connection Wi fi wi fi just went out shit. So it took about twenty minutes for me to get back online in that twenty minutes I went from. Five, hundred, ninety dollars to ninety dollars. Lord. And that scared that scared me away from it for a long time. Fast forward to while I'm M. There's another guy on the team that I'm in with MCA will back then and he gets into crypto he kinda tries to bring the Crypto and Maybe this is when it hits twenty grand. All right. This is as it's climbing to twenty grand. And said I'm an been maybe so I did a little bit and then.

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"You do a lot of things that they always tell you should do anyway because the reason you save, it becomes the reason you start investing either in people or businesses or education threes and you better yourself and take risks. Right is because that's how you move forward in that world and all the things are bad for employees. But if you come out of it and you you you, you stop seeing yourself as as an employee to your point that mindset shift. It's it. Once you make that shift though it's amazing how the world seems to change? Yes, it is. It is. Like I love to hear your experience with this but just to set the tone for me, I remember when I I remember I had the conversation of like okay I'm not going to work here anymore. What in the hell am I gonNA. Do Right. I don't want to get another job. I knew that. So what the Hell we're GonNa do that's a scary place to be but just switching the mindset of I'm going to build something. Even about what it is like I'm just putting said all the sudden you start seeing the opportunities that were probably already have always been there. But I, recognize them all of a sudden now seeing them and putting them together just because I was like that's now my trajectory, right? So I guess Matt like how did you even get in like what made you pick trading like? Dwell. Okay My first. Okay. So I'M GONNA go back to. I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit. I remember trying to recruit you in the quick star. which is basically Amway. Which is Basically Amway Because I mean asshole that. And that kind of put me on the I wouldn't work for myself whatever I gotTa do our work for myself. So then I got a Pi license, but it was actually a registration because in Virginia, you have to have a PR business license to work for yourself and registration to work for someone else. So and a business license it's just money..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"I can't do the eighth grade geology, but the other part the other part is. Like there is I, think a cer- you have to get used to that right like there are certain things that I'm very comfortable with that drive other people up like you tell me to go speak in front of a room full of people have never met before you give me some talking notes just figure it out I. got you like behalf about it but I got you most people would be like I'd rather die. Able. Yeah, right. So you'd be like, no, I, don't WanNa do that but yet. To me something like that and you're like look I'm GonNa give you could even tell give me the money you give you a hundred bucks. So the stakes are relatively low and I'm fronting you the money if you and if you lose it, you don't have to pay me back zero risk, but I would be so lightning affect us up. There's no only get near it. You know what I'm saying and it's it's just it is. It's a mental block and I think. If. If you've chosen a pat, you're gonNA see at some point. Hit a level of discomfort. where it's not just like you said, I sometimes fear sometimes it's anxiety sometimes it's just in our heads, but sometimes it's R-. It's a it's based on something real real loss a real pain that you can. You can experience it's not always like. A Phantom menace were right real stakes, you've lost real money. and. So. I think people go into this. Entrepreneur whatever that form that takes expecting that it's only going to be the stuff there already good at. Right and you? Know is gonNa be all the things you suck at are the ones things? Those are the things you got do the most of it seems like And and so like I just know in my own journey with entrepreneurship in some of this probably mirrors you. But the biggest thing that's helped me is trying to. Learn those things as fast as possible right, and then also determine is this something that I can get up to an acceptable level or is this something I need to basically outsource to somebody knows what the hell doing right and you gotTa make that trade either I can learn it and take put the time in and the effort in and hopefully get to it in level or I can figure out a way to get somebody else to do for me. Maybe I trade maybe I've purchased hire them or purchase services of enough money then maybe like I said some kind of. Trade or or or CH- ask a man can you help me out I learn whatever it is. You'll be surprised many people like I do it all the time and I help people asked me for a thirty minute console newly how much that costs Michelle Talk to anybody for thirty minutes free? Let's do it. The questions and my answers am I. Not let's find out..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Hello everybody and welcome to the third episode of candid conversations. With James. This episode features Father Entrepreneur and four trader John Lopez. John I went to high school together we Kinda took different directions in life ended up at different places and so reconnected on facebook but never had a real conversation for a while. So I thought it'd be fun to reach out and we discuss everything from our shared philosophy of failing our way upwards to adopting an owner's mindset and we discuss a little bit about four trading and what that whole world looks like as well as talking about why bad students often make the best entrepreneurs we had a great time now if you enjoy it. Thank you so much for being with me for another candid conversation for those that are maybe new to this. The idea here is just to have open and honest dialogue about any number of topics with somebody who You, know I know, but don't know very well in the sense of like you know I think we've we've been. Been Awhile since we many type of like meaningful personal conversation, but a lot of facebook conversations in between. So I'm kind of excited to learn more about you in here just a little bit about what you got going on and your opinion on any number of topics we might discuss. So thanks so much for joining. The problem I think the last time I talked to you was. Like in person. was. Probably in. Senior Government Class Maybe. So that was not right. I barely remember highschool I. GotTa be honest like. There's not a whole lot about that time period that is give it to me at all. I don't know if it was just. So dramatic I blocked at all or just getting old and forgiveness shit but it's one of the other S. I remember bits and pieces, but not a whole lot. Like. I, remember telling us done. She was full of Shit. At Home is who is this is this is how bad it is like I know the name, but which one was missed done what does she teach.

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"It's like I. Don't be afraid to say you're a certain political like what side you're on or what religion you believe in the end let's let's. Talk about and be ourselves identifies wave we want to exactly in in that not be the the whole total encompassing of you as an individual won't be that one fact about you. You know and You know I think if people just started doing that if people start stopped. Stopped stopping at the first question then maybe we'd have yeah, because it is it's like, Oh, ask that question don't ask that question because you know it's just GonNa lead you to do I Do are we the same We'll see that that's where I'm like I love asking those questions because it does. I. Think you have to be yet to be willing to have the hard conversation is so I, it is hard for a lot of people because it becomes comfortable but I loved the question like what what, where do you stand but I don't care I don't want you to tell me you're a Democrat you're Republican. You're this or that. I don't WanNA label. I WanNa know what you think right and I think it's interesting because even in even because if you take a hundred Democrats you take one hundred Republicans and you you ask them like really crazy like like in-depth questions like we'll tell me tell me what you're worried about on a day to day basis. Not I'm not talking about solving the world's problems on on a political spectrum. Wait on a day-to-day basis what he worry about why we're about paying my rent worry about my kids being safe I, worry about having good quality food for the family whatever it is right they worry about my job you know disappearing these are things that on both sides of the aisles people agree on more often than they don't. So. Anyway. I. Think we were supposed to end and then we didn't. So I'm, GonNa. You you good. Okay. Thanks, this is fun. Love it back..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Are in a better position and he's able to work a little bit easier because he's worried about where he's asleep that night. So then there's more people in the workforce and much more money in the economy all of its are all right in so they're. Like. There's this idea that if you if you want to have any type of a social safety net, you're communists and if you if you WANNA have anything tight like personal property or entrepreneurship as as a as a way of inspiring people then you're you know all right or your you know insensitive capitalistic pig or whatever. It's no, it's like everybody's. Just, everybody's just in the middle. As. Long as we can be defended people who say your ideas are so you're the most extreme different than me and the hardly curly on any of these topics. But Hey, we're having lunch together in. It's all good. Thing were it's so hard right now. We're feels like things are so different right now like there's this thing here's this thing in the air you know we can't talk to people who used to be able to talk to about our political believes because if it's that different, then how how can we be friends and it's like well, as long as I understand where you come from and as long as I can say, oh They chose this route but that makes sense to me into them in it's Okay Right. Yeah exactly and I think you know when you talk about earlier, you know hopefully, this is going to lead to a better spot place where people just don't say hateful shit all the time for. The good of the extreme my fears that we're going to go in the other direction where you can't have hard conversations because nobody wants to be uncomfortable. And and if that's the case we're never going to grow. We're never going to come together as a nation right I mean this this this the stuff that we're watching over the last several months, my God it's it's a great example of that because whether you talk about the black lives matter or the masks or the.

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Also he's like I don't think there's anything wrong with being gay I just happen to not be gay and I kinda would like my son to have an experience that is similar to mine because he happens to also be my son right and if I have a preference is that he will turn out like me. Right and I think that's a natural very honest thing for a father to say about a child. Yes. Alright. Because he didn't he didn't say was if my son happens to turn out gay I'm going to disown him in. That wasn't what he was saying. He was saying if I have a preference which I, I have no say in the matter but if I did, this is what I would want. But that has been now taken out of context cost a job. which granted it's not a job that would have paid anything but but it was something wanted to do personally. This is a life goal of his that he can't do now. And it's crazy that he had the chance to how many how many people have the chance to even be offered to do the Oscars you and then having taken away because of something that you. A joke that was taken out of context from twenty years ago. Yeah it sucks. It sucks because you think genuinely this guys nice. He knows he understands what's more league correct and incorrect you know he seems like someone who you would get along with if you met him in real life but he said something in, it's almost like it. It was a comedy sketch from ten years ago and now it could it could pasta could possibly be his career. Criminal. Yeah, it is will enter the that's and so when I say things like you know words don't hurt. That's what I'm referring to. It's like look I get that you maybe especially if you're one of the people as making fun of so if you're if you're gay and you hear that joke. At a context especially, I could understand as a human why you might not appreciate that joke..

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"But when you have something that is widespread and slow moving which viruses as an example, that type of mentality isn't necessarily the best because this isn't something that you just yell at K. I'll charge for let's and I think that's what we saw a lot of in the beginning where like. Everything Down Right. We have this immediate like everybody's everybody's closed off and then we go. Well, what about like food and Shit? Okay everybody. But the food people are shut down like Walmart you can go to I guess. It was and they had to keep kind of backpedaling and so it's like that's that's the problem. If you only think kind of this in this reactionary way of you know if you don't put any time into thinking through, is this like is this a logical way to approach this situation? Yeah. You know and and so many people they don't. They just don't WanNa take the time to. To put in the thought I think. That to me chiming about responsibility that is a responsibility that every single one of us has that you hardly see. In a day to day situation like if you ask them on what their thoughts on about any relevant topic, how much do you actually know how much did you actually look into this thing that you're so upset about or your so happy about you're so passionate about you don't fucking no. Idea what you're talking about. You know like, isn't it? You don't you feel the the motivation to just be aware. I know it sucks. I know. Sometimes you go onto your. Favorite. newspaper website or your Yahoo Dot com or whatever the fuck and your noise 'cause. It's because you hear a lot of negative shit in your noise but isn't there just out like. That feeling of comfort in being aware that feeling of. Maybe only got one side or maybe this story sucks but I know what the fuck is going on. I do. But I can honestly say that based on the conversations I've had with other people. No that is not a common. It's not at all And what's crazy is like I've had those like. One example that I gave that that that I'll give is I, I asked somebody. In a very honest way because I was like look. You Know I..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"It's not that societal. You're getting your time. Clock is hurry up Y-. Yeah. You better have that baby you'd better by that house. Close. There you've found one keep them exotic. Yeah exactly. It's. It's this idea of you need to embrace this idea of what being an adult is and it is mostly miserable which to me comes right back around to I understand why you feel attacked I, understand why you feel misunderstood. This generate these generations don't understand you and you don't understand us. You know I under I get that I get that it's scary that your children are choosing complete. Instability. Instead of you should've. You should double down on that and kept that the way that we all did. Yeah. Scary. It is scary. Yeah. It's interesting because it's like, where's your value lie and if you value the moment, the part of your life that you're actually guaranteed to have, which is the part you're in. This moment is all you're guaranteed. So you have to make a choice like do I enjoy as many of those moments as I can. Versus do I prepare for some distant future that hopefully will get here when I retire or I can do whatever and I wonder if part of that is tied to religion and if you think about. Again you know generational, a lot of our parents grew up. Much more religious than our generation, right? And the idea, the whole idea behind at least. Like. The Christian Judeo Religion and and this idea that your whole life is just a test for the afterlife rights whether you have a good one or a bad one. All depends on this little test that is life. So there's no value in enjoying life for itself. It's all for the future and see that kind of play into these things that we see in the last several decades where we're destroying our rainforest and we're. Having all these really shortsighted views of things like. Well, that's not GonNa Affect me..

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Street, not fifteen miles where I grew up. In White Bill Right. You know. Country whatever like if anybody's going to learn to work on like Engines Shit. It's going to be like somebody from the country where I grew up, right? Wow. That's not what they taught us. We learn coding and Web. Design and. Like I I took a frigging radio like everything in high school I I went through like twenty different courses of different careers because they offered all of them they had a budget will shit in my high school you could be in. A class that was like bill bridge engineering or some shit like that like who takes that? Crazy people but you know we're. Like. But yeah, you know they hinds of stuff. Rate and it's like so if that's what you're growing up in and that's what you assume because you think every high schools like yours most people do right go high schools universal experience, but it's not. Like something as simple as that. Now, twenty something years later I'm hearing about and I'm like I never did knows down the road from me for God's Sakes I didn't know at any rate insane and so when he's growing up, you know like he's talking on in his neighborhood, there's only two ways to make money you the become a rapper or you start you know become a baller right it unless you want to go the criminal route and sell drugs. Like that, right the only two other two options are you be your baller or Europe? Arab Music Star of some type. And it's like that's crazy like why can't why don't you start a business? Why don't you get a job safe shit like all these things that would come to my mind. Over the we never taught us about that. We know unless you were going to be a nurse or a mechanic. If you WANNA do those two things, you better learn how to play basketball or join the army or join the military. Why? Do Join the military my thing mine was growing up because. We are always staged..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Disagree NIA now I, don't I don't. I don't know I'm kind of one of those people that gets really affected by words though I will I will be very upfront. Words can change my fucking day because I rely on words and way that I feel like other people don't. I'm the person in I'll talk to myself. I have to get my affirmations every day I have to I'm the same person who's like I'm a bad ass today I'm a bad ass and I'm gonNA. Do a bad ass staying and watch me four and I tell myself that conversation before I do anything that I need to feel validated in or whatever. You know like words mean a lot today I'm going to to find. A really cool exercise jammed gonNA find that one thing that yesterday dim bring me as much joy to the like I rely heavily. So when somebody says something to me that I'm already. I'm already trigger a bull on. Yeah could affect me doesn't matter. It's just it's just be might. Be Conscious of what you're saying why bring somebody else's vibe down weibring somebody else's positively down. We Wanna live in a world where everybody's high everybody's feeling high everybody's high on life right? Why? Why Ruin Somebody's Day? I get that when you're talking about intentional intentionally going out of their way to be mean rap. I get that I agree with that I think that's that's you just being an asshole to inflict. Mental harm on somebody for whatever reason to cause some distress. But I guess what I meant is more this This idea that even. Even beyond that like if I just say a general statement. I'm trying to think of an example light. Statement Yeah like like polarized. Religion for more. Yeah. Yeah. Like the perfect examples what we talked about a previous conversation where we were talking about trump right? Like just the mentioning of the word trout. Instantly, there are certain people who are like just by mentioning the name you've now ruined my day..

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"You're dressing in in the nines as it were right like you're dressing to impress. In. So you're dressing in a way that's going to draw attention. Can you really act shocked that you're getting it? I just want to like. Slap wear out abide reach. Like. We can't Roberson. Because the issue and it because it's so frustrating that so many people have that frame of mind. And essentially, all you can say as. An individual in that situation is yet you have to fucking take responsibility for yourself in order to have the comfort you WanNa have which isn't fair. It does fucking suck and two years ago. You asked me this hell no, this is your own responsibility. You should be mindful you're actions. You know if you did anything on towards me, that's on you motherfucker. But now having more time in the real world it's like if I want to go out and feel as comfortable as I can I have to be safe? So my friends and I have this thing that's like Hashtag that's not save in just it's a running joke that we have run ever we. Talk to each other we tell each other story of like. Okay. So the last week listen to the thing that I did and ninety nine percent of the story is not our fault or isn't Ana or is something out of our control even but the running joke is I that's not save. You know like you walked outside at night that's on safe. You know that Joe Mike No matter what you doing it how little of it fell on you? We have to be as we have to hold each other accountable for like as a group of independent females living the lives wanna live. However the fuck we wanna live them. Be As responsible as you can be as independent as you can't be as aware as you can. Be Take. Try as much as you can because you can't trust these not fuckers. Can Cause on this. I don't do shit. We're going to get bleeped out. Maybe, that'd be fun. We start doing bleeps. bleeps. The bleep podcast. I know I I'm a firm believer in the in the first amendment. It would. That's actually interesting because I said this is somebody the other day and they they totally admit it I said something like you know as a joke like, yeah a free speech advocate of don't hurt or something like that and they go. Yeah they go what about this and they give me like a really specific example of something means somebody said to them they're like that should hurt. Yes I'm obviously I'm. Say the them. Wise. Say That thank. Wrong yet you're wrong yet you're angry now i. Know that. But what's wrong? It's that words can hurt. But I think. So here's the difference though. I think words only hurt if you let them. Know like. Zygi if you want to, it's like just stop. Because that's totally in your control. No No. No I don't think I think that there's a level I think certain people are more susceptible to certain things because of their past history. I. Think That's obvious lake. I I hate to use the word triggered because I. think that's such a ridiculous word that we use. Now I am a ridiculous where but I feel like.

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"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"james" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining me on the second episode of candid conversations with James. Today's guest is a medical student and young lady living in Florida. We talk about everything from the perils of modern dating. How difficult it can be to have a political conversation with family how triggering trump can be, and we even touch on entrepreneurship at high. School. We go all over the place with this, but it's a lot of fun and provides a lot of interesting perspectives. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Not. Tell. Everybody who you are. Okay. Name is cat. You may not call me Catherine. Okay may not call you Catherine and understood what whatever So. I'll just wanted to start a I was telling you a minute ago. We had a conversation with Odell earlier about it was really weird how we don't even remember how we got into it exactly. But we had this conversation about A lot of different places but where it started was his experience with women in clubs dressing a certain way right and then I know I know this, I won't be opinion. I knew it. Raw Yes exactly but you weren't there at the time. So now I have to give you the context that you can tell us why he's wrong. But the idea was that he he's experienced a lot of women that where you approach them or whatever at the club in there dressed up and they're not they're looking at whatever, and then they're like, I don't want to be bothered by you right And in it's so we were we were kind of joking by the riffing in it's like it seems to be a lot of times the the the thing that makes the difference whether or not. This is a welcome advanced or an unwelcome advanced is the look of the guy. Right. So if it's the kind of guy you're looking for then these types of advances are welcomed but if it's not then all of a sudden,.

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