35 Burst results for "Jeff You"

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:06 min | 2 d ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism

"Years ago, I read some of E Michael Jones's books. And again, this is what Nick Fuentes is kind of following, right? I read some of his books and he wrote one called degenerate moderns. It was brilliant. He wrote another one about architecture and another one, I forget. But brilliant stuff, right? And so I visited him in his home and I didn't see the anti semitic side of him until right around that time, a friend of mine, doctor Jeffrey sat in over, wrote a brilliant book, he is a genius psychiatrist, he has a degree in quantum physics. One of the smartest people I know, not a Christian, but he wrote an amazing book from the point of view of a psychiatrist who had dealt with people struggling with same sex attraction. And it really an amazing, amazing book, sat in over his last name. And so I interviewed him and reviewed it ostensibly for E Michael Jones magazine. He hardly printed anything of what I wrote. He cut almost everything. And then he wrote a review that was effectively anti semitic. And I will never, ever, ever forget it. I read it and I thought, this, this can be, this is the whole, the whole review of this great book, which was homosexuality and the politics of truth by Jeff sat in over hinged on really an anti semitic idea. And that's when I realized 27 years ago, uh oh, I don't know that I can spend any more time. You're telling me Nick Fuentes who just had dinner with the president is following you, Michael. Right. That's right. And I'll just explain briefly to your readers. Michael Jones is a theological Jew hater. He doesn't hate them racially. He doesn't believe in Nazi crackpot racialism. He believes that any one of the Jewish people who does not accept Jesus is the moral equivalent of the sadducees and that he takes literally the statement, let their blood be upon us and upon our children. He channels the old old anti semitism of some of the church fathers and some people in the Middle Ages. He takes all that, not as a historical tragedy and abuse, but as an authoritative part of the Christian tradition. And he describes the Jews who did not follow Jesus as the synagogue of Satan and the mystical body of Antichrist. That has existed ever since the death of our lord. And as a sort of satanic counter church. And so he blames Jews for pornography, even though the Marquis de Sade was not Jewish. He blames them for abortion. Margaret Sanger was not Jewish. He manages to act as if the Jewish people by not accepting Jesus became Antichrist. And

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Pastel Co-Founder Anthony Georgiades on the SmartMint Launch

CoinCentral

00:43 sec | Last week

Pastel Co-Founder Anthony Georgiades on the SmartMint Launch

"2 p.m. Friday October 21st, 2022. Pastel cofounder Anthony georgianus on the smart mint launch. Anthony georgianus is the cofounder of pastel network, a fully decentralized developer friendly layer one blockchain serving as the preeminent protocol standard for non fungible tokens NFTs and web three technology georgias began building pastel with cofounders Jeff Emmanuel and alexey kiryu in 2018, a time when NFTs were still in their infancy. Pastel infrastructure enables existing layer one. The post pastel cofounder Anthony georgianus on the smart mint launch appeared first on coin central

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Finding Bitcoin Signal With Jeff Booth

What Bitcoin Did

01:33 min | Last week

Finding Bitcoin Signal With Jeff Booth

"You worked on an article discussing looking for signal outside of noise. Tell me about a bit about the article because there's so much going on at the moment. I've got so many different areas I want to go into with you, but I just want to hear your background to why you worked on this article. I worked on that article because the highest abstraction level, so many people didn't understand what Bitcoin was. And what the existing money system was. And very few people typically would want to go down to the sand on a monetary system. They achieve value of built on top of that level. And so you achieve your value through the products and services that are on top of monetary system. And you very rarely question the plumbing underneath it. And nobody goes about their life thinking about the plumbing. And so the plumbing could be rotten, and you might not know it. And certainly if they're doing that in the existing system, then Bitcoin with different plumbing, they don't want to look at the plumbing in Bitcoin either. It's just too hard. People want to go about their days day in life, and when they get when they get frustrated or about their particular need, they don't typically go deeper on what they think it's a surface problem on top of that. So I wanted to explain in a way that people could understand that and drive a piece that they could keep on referencing that piece. To be able to see what was actually happening at the plumbing level

The Rude Pundit Weighs in on Trumps Twitter Return

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:23 min | Last week

The Rude Pundit Weighs in on Trumps Twitter Return

"Good morning. Hi. I think you summed it up best. You said, let's face it. Anyone who supports Donald Trump doing anything is just a human being. Thank you. Oh, yeah. That's in response to, you know, weird Elon letting him back on Twitter. And if people are going, I support this. No, no, don't support it for anything. Unless it's like for sitting in a prison cell and facing the walls for the rest of his life. And I support. Yeah. So far, that's a big bag of rats, right? So Elon did some fake poll. It's like, oh, the people have spoken. He's back on and Trump's like, I'm not going back and I had my Jude social. You can't legally. Big bag of rats. Yeah. So for now. Early on that, before we let anybody on, we're going to have to look at it. We're going to have to, you know, they were going to have a group, get together and talk about it. No, no, he just let the bots decide. Yeah, no, exactly. AOC said, I don't know, man. Last time he was here this platform was used to incite an insurrection multiple people died. The vice president of the United States was nearly assassinated and hundreds were injured, but I guess that's not enough for you to answer the question. Twitter poll it is. I mean, you know, and the Kanye's back on and he just tweeted shalom with a smiley face. So that means ignore the antisemitism. Right. Yes, and apparently he's decorated his house for a Hanukkah. So speaking for the Jews, I just like to say do you speak for the Jews? You know what? Whenever I feel like it, you know, I'm kind of dewy. I'm up. For everybody else. I think that should be my mom was Jewish. I was raised Jewish. I officially should be your tagline, the rude pundit. Kind of dewy. Yeah, you said funny. What does my Hollywood money? Exactly. We asked George Charles directly for money when he came on this show when he said no. No. Yeah. Seems like you get credit for giving me a lot of money already. You might as well. You actually said funny, I thought of woke mob was supposed to kill Twitter and cancel culture, but it was capitalism and stupidity all along. I don't think I've ever seen anyone other than Donald Trump blow up a business this fast, right? Yeah. Yeah. No, no, it's really kind of a thing of beauty. And I mean, you know, I like Twitter a lot. I haven't met a lot of people on Twitter. I use it, but you know, if it goes, I think my work productivity is going to go up exponentially. It is a time suck. And I would just like to say, I think Mastodon and I are going to have a couple of problems because I have it so that my tweets show up on Mastodon and apparently they took down a tweet where I said FU to libs of TikTok. Oh boy. I was like, eh, Mastodon. We're going to have to have a talk. Some people are making some great points I thought, rude. Jeff tedrick said long off, are you kidding me? Trump's tweets as he gets indicted are going to be off the hook. Pass the popcorn. I mean, that's the other thing. He will start whether it's true social or they will be able to Jack Smith willing to use those because they always can. As evidence, right? Yeah. It's just like it's like if you told someone something and you know, you brought them in and questioned them and said, yeah, Trump told me this. Yeah. You're listening to me for free right now, and that's awesome because more and more things aren't free right now. I mean, think about

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Caller: Donald Trump Has Too Much Against Him Going Into 2024

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Donald Trump Has Too Much Against Him Going Into 2024

"I say that, I don't believe Donald Trump should run again. I believe that he's got too much against him, and I don't think they're going to quit trying to get him till they get him with something. And he's got too many foes in both parties. So I think he's going to he's innocent. He's been my man, and I believe these gods man for the time, but you know, I just don't believe that he has a chance of winning anymore. Maybe desantis would be would be the one to go with now because Donald Trump's just got too much against him. And if people get behind him, I mean, he was the best president. This country has ever had in my opinion that I know of. So anyway, that's what I got to say. Yeah, you know Jeff that's an interesting, it's an interesting thing you brought up because Trump is going to be battling his own party, the establishment wing, and they're going to be coming after him. They're going to try to sabotage him. So he's got to not only fight the Democrats, and the mainstream media. He's going to have to take on the establishment wing of his own party and he is not going to have Fox News channel there to present the truth of these accusations that have been levied and will be levied against him, so that's something you've got to factor in. And the other big part of that is, where does Trump go to siphon off voters from the Democrats? What demographics will join him that have not joined him to this point.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Supporting Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Supporting Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

"Speaker of the House Is there somebody you support and why Well I've been I think clear that the guy who the guy who gets to do the Super Bowl gets to coach the game and while Tuesday then goes as well as we don't hold And frankly as well as we all thought it was going to go We did win the popular vote We are going to win the house We are going to be able to put some bricks on the craziness from the left And so I think leader McCarthy who has done such a much better job than our previous leaders at keeping our team together and Mark I always point to back when their Democrats did their first crazy impeachment of president Trump back in 2019 the conventional wisdom going into that was that every Democrat was going to vote to impeach president Trump and a bunch of Republicans were going to join And then after four months of making the case and you make in the case and putting out point out the facts and the truth and how it works and it was just the opposite every Republican voted not to impeach president Trump Every Republican in the House voted not to impeach And several Democrats joined us and one even switched parties Jeff Andrew who's now a good member of the Republican conference So yeah I think that's I think that shows what we have to do to deal with the left We better stick together and figure out how we can be a conservative conference in sticks together in opposes the crazy left

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Colts beat Raiders, find something to build on in Jeff Saturday’s debut

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Colts beat Raiders, find something to build on in Jeff Saturday’s debut

"The colts won their first game under interim coach Jeff Saturday beating the Raiders 25 20 quarterback Matt Ryan was back under center and threw a 35 yard scoring strike to Paris Campbell with 5 O 7 remaining It came after he converted a third and three with a 39 yard run Ryan completed 21 of 28 passes for 222 yards And Jonathan Taylor rushed for 147 yards including a 66 yard touchdown Derek Carr was 24 of 37 for 248 yards and two TDs with

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Lions overcome big effort by Fields, beat Bears 31-30

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lions overcome big effort by Fields, beat Bears 31-30

"The Lions scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to beat the bears 31 30 Jamal Williams scored on a one yard run with two 21 remaining before the extra point cap Detroit's rally The Lions wiped out at 14 point deficit with two quick TDs Tying it on a 20 yard interception return by Jeff udoka Jared Goff threw for 236 yards and a TD is the three and 6 Lions won their second straight since a 5 game losing streak That makes up plane ride back a little bit more enjoyable This is one where you wish the plane ride was a little bit longer you know But we'll enjoy it for the next few hours Justin Fields ran for 147 yards and two scores for Chicago and he threw for 167 yards and two TDs I'm Dave ferry

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Tagovaila stays hot, throws for 3 TDs, Dolphins rout Browns

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tagovaila stays hot, throws for 3 TDs, Dolphins rout Browns

"The dolphins own a 7 and three record and a four game winning streak following a 39 17 romp over the browns to a ton of valoa through for three touchdowns and was 25 of 32 passing for 285 yards He's thrown for ten touchdowns and no interceptions since returning in week 7 Jeff Wilson was productive with 17 carries for 119 yards in a score Cleveland scored a TD on its opening drive betrayal at 17 7 and a half before slipping to three and 6 Nick Chubb had 11 carries for 63 yards 33 coming on his fourth quarter TD run I'm Dave ferry

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On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

AP News Radio

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

"On this week's AP religion roundup In the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish schools and houses of worship Hollywood takes a constructive look at anti semitism in America Last week the FBI issued a statewide alert in New Jersey That spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools Public warnings about threats against Jewish institutions aren't unusual Now TV and film studios are turning their focus toward the uptick in anti semitism We were gonna make Steven Spielberg's semi autobiographical film the fable men's focuses on the director's family and the roots of his film career Fables actor Seth Rogen says he relates closely to the movie segments on anti semitism I'm very aware that the only reason my family is in this country is 'cause people hate Jewish people and we're trying to murder us He says it's shaped his own life and career Honestly I think it is very meaningful that of all the things Stephen could put in his film and focus on his life that he chose to include the story of kind of overcoming antisemitism On the small screen viewers of the calling on the peacock service quickly learned the new show isn't a typical police procedural This job it would be easy to lose faith in humanity Detective Abraham is a scholar of human behavior from his study of philosophy and his orthodox Jewish faith This is not a detective that I've ever ever seen on TV And I also didn't think that will come on TV Actor Jeff wilber spoke to AP about his role as a Torah cloning detective In a Jewish detective was biggest strengths is believing in humanity and this is what leads him to solve the most inhumane crimes Matthew tinker the show's executive producer says he hopes the show will help dispel hate and misunderstanding It's beginning a conversation which at the end of the day is what leads to any acceptance in this world I'm Walter ratliff

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Penguins beat rival Capitals 4-1 to end 7-game losing streak

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Penguins beat rival Capitals 4-1 to end 7-game losing streak

"The penguins scored three second period goals in Casey to Smith made 24 saves as Pittsburgh snapped a 7 game losing streak beating the capitals four to one The pens got goals from Jason Zucker Brock mcginn and Jeff petry to lead three zero after two periods Mcginn said it felt good to break the slide I think everybody in here is happy about that I think we've been taking some good strides the last couple of games to try and get this win And I think everybody's a little relieved and happy that we came out tonight and got one After Marcus Johansson scored for the caps and the third Jake genzel added an empty netter he also had an assist Craig heist Washington

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2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP

"In state capital's early calls show Republicans losing two governorships in traditionally democratic states I'm Ben Thomas with some results Democratic candidates have won in Maryland and Massachusetts both beating Trump backed opponents Massachusetts voters have chosen Mara healey over former state representative Jeff deal to replace Republican governor Charlie baker who opted against seeking a third term Healey will become the state's first woman and first openly gay governor In Maryland Wes Moore replaces Republican governor Larry Hogan whose term limited He becomes the state's first black governor He beat Republican state legislator Dan Cox Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in Maryland Another newcomer to the governor's mansion Republican Sarah Sanders the former White House press secretary elected in Arkansas 6 other gubernatorial results went to the incumbents Republican Ron DeSantis fending off a challenge from former governor Charlie Crist in Florida Republicans in Alabama Bill Lee and Tennessee Henry McMaster and South Carolina and Chris sununu in New Hampshire and Democrat JB pritzker be elected in Illinois I'm Ben Thomas

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How Can the GOP Be Reformed? Monica Crowley Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

How Can the GOP Be Reformed? Monica Crowley Weighs In

"Can the GOP be reformed? And then what tools do we have for the two years whilst they still have The White House to try and just rein in the economic insanity yeah, so because we're going to have all of these fresh GOP faces in Congress. Number one, the first thing that they are going to do is stop all of this crazy spending that's delivered this wild inflationary environment that's hurting everybody. I don't care if you're Jeff Bezos or your dog walker for a living. I don't care where you are on the income scale. You're being crushed by inflation. So the first thing that the Republicans need to do is stop buying legislative agenda, okay? Stop it dead in his tracks. They can not be afraid to be called obstructionists or any other name. They literally have to say no to everything that comes out of The White House and just stop it. Now, Joe Biden can still do a lot of damage by executive order. But if you can at the very least just say no to everything that comes from the administration on Capitol Hill, then you can begin to rein in some of this. There are still trillions of dollars in the pipeline that need to be spent that have already been committed by the Democrats. So inflation will continue because this money is still going to go out there. But the number one thing is just block everything in Congress,

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Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73

"Guitarist Jeff cook of the country band Alabama has died after a battle with Parkinson's disease at his home in Destin Florida according to a band representative He was 73 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Jeff cook joined his cousin's Randy Owen and teddy gentry to form a band when they were still in high school in the state of Alabama with drummer Mark herndon they became the top country band ever Alabama's hits included feel so right love in the first degree mountain music and dozens of others They won piles of awards toured the world and in spite of all that success cook said in a 1996 AP interview there was one aspect of the business he hated I hate the video Well

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Trump or DeSantis in 2024?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump or DeSantis in 2024?

"Charlie, I'm wholly supportive of president Trump and voted for him in 2020, but I'm concerned that he maybe has too much negative baggage 22,024. He's also older, which could further hamper his chances. I know you support him. I know you'll support him in honor of your word and I totally respect that. Thank you. But there are Republicans that have been conservatives who don't trust him and it's bad for him to run again. I almost dread the primaries if he runs. Can you discuss this issue a little bit, Jeff? Yeah, Jeff, I will build that out, but I will say that this is probably a better topic to cover after the primaries, but look, I get asked the question all the time. Charlie Ron DeSantis or Trump and all this they say, look, very clear. I'm a loyal guy. And I gave my word to Donald Trump that if he runs, I have his back a 100%. I'm not someone that forgets friends or people that help me. He was very helpful to me. He was very generous to me. He's a good person. He's a fighter for America. He loves this country. And I don't just turn the page on that because there's a new flavor of the month. Sorry. And by the way, he's going to be the nominee. And I think he's going to be the next president.

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Jeff Katz: Predicting Pandemic Payback in New York, California & More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Jeff Katz: Predicting Pandemic Payback in New York, California & More

"Zelda has a strong, strong favorable and people love him up there. And he is embraced, especially by the orthodox Jewish communities, which are large not only in New York City, but also New York State, and that is important because you had people like de Blasio, the Democrats literally sending police to shut down their events during the pandemic. I think there's going to be some payback there. I think you're absolutely right. And I think that pandemic payback. I know you've spoken about it this plea now from our Friends on the left. Oh, we didn't mean anything. Please don't take it the wrong way. We need an Amnesty for our actions during the pandemic. No, you. You separated families. You told people they couldn't stand next to a family member at a wedding, you shut down events, you shut down schools, my kids lost two years of schooling as a result of this nonsense. So I think there's going to be that. We're seeing it in California. They're actually some seats that may very well go from blue to red, Nevada is a huge one. Clearly, where you're going to get, I don't do predictions, but my sense is we're going to see a Republican governor and Republican senator. And then even up into Oregon and Washington state, I mean, I just think that there is so much out there right now, Todd, that's not based on so called party labels, but based on the fact that real people like you, real people like me get up, we go to the gas station and go, man, this is $2 more than it was 19 months ago. We go to the grocery store, prices are through the roof and you've got empty shelves. And we've got parents who just say, look, I just want my kids to go to school and get an education. I don't want to worry if my daughter's going to be assaulted in the bathroom. And it's pretty basic issues, I think, that are going to determine this. Jeff

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Jeff Katz: Preparing for Election Coverage Next Week

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jeff Katz: Preparing for Election Coverage Next Week

"It's going to be an amazing night. We're doing 6 hours of live election coverage here in Memphis and I'm curious about you, what is it going to be looking like on election day for Jeff cans? Well, we will certainly be busy and I say we not not in the regal we, but we've got a lot of folks at wrv who obviously are following things that are going on here in the Commonwealth. We got two huge congressional races that, I don't know, fingers crossed are going to go the right way. So it's also going to be a long, long day. But I think we're all going to be happy about it. You know,

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Jeff Stein: Kitchen Table Issues Matter Most to Voters

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:57 sec | Last month

Jeff Stein: Kitchen Table Issues Matter Most to Voters

"When you look at some of these numbers coming out, Wall Street Journal, a new survey suburban white suburban women just bolting the Democrat party and embracing the Republicans. I'd like to get your take on that from the heartland and then Mary jump in. Sure. It's kitchen table issues Todd. That's what's important, the Democrats thought that group of people that you mentioned would be in the bank because of the Dobbs decision. And while that may be a factor, they're much more concerned about jobs and crime and can we put food on the table that isn't simply meatless hamburger helper every night because they can't afford everything else. So again, Democrats have their own beltway idea of what's important, there's absolutely no way it works in the heartland. And I think that's what you're going to see in these closing days.

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"jeff you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:51 min | Last month

"jeff you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You need to know, you need to understand what you're voting for. All right. So Alvin, yes. Today is the 30th. The 35. Sorry, today's the 31st, which means it's what we call all hallows eve or Halloween. All hallows eve, yeah, a couple of things we got to talk about with all hallows eve with Halloween. But we also have to say that typically October 31st is celebrated as reformation day. That's right. Why? Why? Why? That's what I want to know why. Well, it's pretty simple. Everybody says that's the day Martin Luther nailed the 95 theses to the door of the castle church in wittenberg, except guess what? They're probably never happened. At least it didn't happen on that day. The reason everybody says it happened on that day is because on that day, Martin Luther did something we know he did on that day. He posted a letter to the archbishop of Mainz and anyway, it's all in my book. If you subscribe to my newsletter, I sent I sent a whole thing today about Martin Luther. I've been reading my own Martin Luther book. I know. After I wrote it 5 years ago. That's right. It came out 5 years ago. Because it was a 500th anniversary. And I thought, you know, maybe I should reread it, or should read it, 'cause I tend not to read my books. But I've been reading it and it's kind of funny because I've been loving it because there's so much crazy stuff in it. Like really funny, crazy. Unbelievable, but it's every word is true. I don't like it when people exaggerate or even shade the truth. It should be exactly what we know and I debunk a lot of stuff in the 5 years ago, I interviewed you. We played it as a fun facts Friday, and there might be a surprise for listeners tomorrow. We might be re airing both eyes. There might be no fear. All saints day, we might be trick or treat. That's right. This is a treat. This will be a true fly right. Otherwise, you're going to get true. And by the way, I am from Terry town, which is the hometown of Washington Irving of who, of course, wrote the legend. And tonight, I'm hoping to watch the ghost and mister chicken, which is my favorite movie, the ghost of the chicken. That's stirring Don Knotts. That's right. Who's your spiritual father? That's right. And his name is Luther haggs in the movie. So Luther going along with Martin Luther, tonight, it's on some TV channel. Well, I've got the DVD. Okay, so the ghost and mister chicken is your favorite Halloween. No, it's my favorite movie. Of all time. Yes. That in life is beautiful. And white Christmas, those three. Wow. The ghost and mister chicken loved it. Love it, still love it. The ghost..

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"jeff you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"jeff you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I mean, it feels like judgment, frankly. Well, you think it tried to take a chest analogy. Let's say you're playing chess and you think I'm doing really well because I've got all my pawns left, but all your rooks have been captured. Your knights have been captured, your bishops have been captured. And that's sort of where we are, the media has been captured. The popular culture has been captured. Governmental institutions have been captured. And while conservatives, I would say traditional values people, what I think of as common sense people in America, about two thirds of the population, while these people are more likely to vote, they're significantly less likely to be involved in other ways. So you can vote all you want, but if nobody ever runs for school board who has strong values, where will you ultimately go? If in your corporation, you decide I'm going to share my faith with somebody else. Well, great. Well, the entire HR department has been taken over by people whose values are exactly the opposite of yours. So we have to do the daily work of getting involved in all of these things. Otherwise, Christians are going to pay the price for a hundred years of non involvement. And you mentioned Nazi Germany as an example, America has this unique. We have this new unique place we have a unique opportunity. Nothing like this has existed in the history of humanity, where everyday people can intentionally involve themselves in actually make a difference. Why would we miss that opportunity? Well, and I have to say, a lot of good people have made terrible mistakes. These are people that I would consider my Friends, and they have oftentimes said that, well, I don't want people to think, you know, I am vulgar if I vote for that candidate or that candidate folks, if you do not understand, I mean, JFK brought prostitutes into The White House. Let's just start with JFK. We have tremendously fallen leaders. We're voting for people to represent us. If you think you can vote for someone and be pure in whomever you vote for, you're playing a game and you're more worried about dirtying your hands than about the people who are going to be affected by the policies of the people for whom you vote. We have innumerable unborn children will not be killed because Donald Trump had the courage to push through Kavanaugh's nomination when innumerable other Republicans would have never had that courage..

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"jeff you" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

09:07 min | 11 months ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"I don't think that's good. I don't think if you get a whiff of garbage there's gonna be some roses hidden underneath. Yeah. Right. Exactly. I think yeah, I think that's right, that there are just some people. I know just from like say if I'm doing beginnings interviews, there are some people where just like in the first 30 seconds, we already have chemistry and we're talking and it's just a delight and there are other I did this, I can't say what it is because it might never come out. But there's one interview last week where the person I would ask every question, I used every tool in my interviewers toolbox. And then it was just like, I would reveal things about myself in the hopes that they were to realize that all this stuff and then just like one word answers, just like, nope. And this absolute silence. And to me, that's also like dating, right? There are some people where you're like, you're tap dancing on the top spire of the Empire State Building. And they're just like staring at you dead eyed. Just like doing math in their heads. Right. On the F train. But I was trying to be the opposite of the tall building anyway. To what happened? Yeah, no, no, that's a great metaphor now. Now if you listeners, if you're dating someone and you just see nothing behind their eyes, they're doing math on the F train. Okay, okay. We love that. But I did want to say though, Andy, you and I did not have chemistry right away. I think we did though. I think you're wrong. There is if you go back to the and we have a record of this because of our G chats. They're flirty. They're fun. They're very Samantha. And just like that, we got together. And I think there was too much chemistry because it was very tumultuous. Oh, you think tumultuous means too much chemistry? I think tumultuous means I was very extra and you were not yet emotionally open. Yeah. That's not chemistry. Wouldn't you say Jeffrey? Oh, once again, you were coming in hot. That's how I do it. That's how I do it. That's how I did it. Maybe. I guess you're right. Also like, what do I know? I've been in one relationship. I mean, you're joking, but I do think that I know for instance for me. One of the things that was I think made it a little tumultuous or made a confusing 'cause I hadn't been in a lot of relationships. So I was constantly looking at things like, is this a sign that it's bad or is this a sign that it's good? How much does he like me? 'cause I didn't have like an internal compass, really. Right. Did you find that to be the case when you found love? No, but see, I think also what I discovered about myself, so almost all of my close friends are women. And all but one are straight women. And I have found that they are all, I'm not trying to make this a gendered thing. But I guess I am. I don't think it's gendered, but your friend group. You're Friends. My friend group, I have found that even though I am like them in most other ways, I'm not the kind of person that's like, what did that mean? What did that mean? He said this, which probably means that, which means that this and I was just talking to somebody earlier today and she was like, I was FaceTiming with him and his office door was closed. I mean, what does that mean? And I was like, and I had literally was like, I don't know. Why are you asking? And she was like, well, I mean, I pee with the door open and he's got his office door closed. And I was like, I still don't see the connection, and she's like, somebody was there. Somebody was there and he didn't want him to hear. Okay. Okay. So, I don't know. Doors are notoriously doors are notoriously sound proof and dense. I can't hear if you close the door. I can't hear Naomi, the other part of the apartment at all. God, we wish. Why is this person reading this like a text, like a deep text, like in an English class? Because they're not confident in the relationship slash burgeoning dynamic. Right. And I will also say that I have such a low self esteem that if I felt any sort of I'm not a 100% in, I was a 100% out because I wanted to reject them before they rejected me. So that is also why I was so single. And so I could have been in a relationship with someone who was like halfway in, but I didn't want that, so that's really, that makes it sound worse. It sounds like the only reason with Neil is 'cause he was interested, but she's not true. No, but I was going to ask you though, when did you know he was all in? 'cause it does take a while to get all in with any person, right? And so totally. What was there a moment was there an action, okay? Was there a love language? We only just discovered our love language, like literally we were talking about it last night. And I was like, oh, that's your love language? And then I was like, I should probably do Stephanie and he's like, I don't care. And I was like, no, that's how you respect love. I'm going to show you laugh. So then it was active service. So I was like, I'll go to the grocery store. When did I know? Well, oh, I do know. I know exactly when. It was like far into the relationship too. It was like 6 months or something, which was far from me. And he was on fire island with his friends. It's very gay, New York, specific. And I was going to come, I had a show, some show I was doing. I couldn't come right away. So I was like, I'll meet you there the next day. And I checked the train schedule, but I didn't check the fairy schedule. And I didn't realize that if I took this train, which worked well for me, leaving from whatever moynahan station it was right before my hand. Anyway, Penn station. I was like, that'll be perfect. And then I got there, and there was like an hour and a half between when the train got there and the fairytale. And so I was like, what do I do? And he was like, you've got to go this is also just him. He was like, you got to go to this other place and so I walked to this other fairy and took it to a different part of fire island and I was like, had two bags and I was walking down the beach and the sun was so bright and it was so hot and he finally met me and he was like, hey, next time you gotta really get to organize yourself and make better. And I was like. And we had our first fight on the beach of fire island, and I was like, I'm just going to leave. I'm going to walk to the ferry. I understand this. And I'm going to take off. Which I think is a very sagittarian thing to do. Okay, you and I, okay, yes, we are twins you guys. Jeff and I do have the same birthday twins. My birthday twins, and so I was like, I'm out. And I walked, I was walking, and he was like, what are you doing? He said for her go. I don't really know anything about these things. Some person who knows about astrology was like, yeah, you're completely wrong. But he was like, what are you doing that's insane? Don't do that, and we had this like real come to come to Jesus moment where we were like, where I was like, it's over. Yelled at me for being late, I'm out of here. And here apologized and he was he's so therapist, so like he is very like he doesn't get angry. He really processes it and does all this processing. And so once we were processing, I was like, oh, I think this is the real deal. And then the next month I screen tested for mad TV in LA and I was like, but what about neo? Which like for a career obsessed person like me yeah showed me that of course I didn't get it, so. Neil was there. You stayed strong. Exactly. Exactly. I probably would have figured something. We did. Yeah, you always figured it out. But I know what you mean. The first time, you know, you were a factoring him into the future. Right. It was a first. 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"jeff you" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Hiller, I'm so happy you're here. This is just wonderful. Sometimes we use the podcast to hang out with friends. And then one of those times. Yeah, it's very nice to be here. I'm gonna switch my view to speaker, so I don't have to look at my own face. That is very healthy. That's very healthy. I was saying that in therapy the other day where I was just like, I'm really glad that I minimized at the top of this thing because otherwise I would just be talking about my body dysmorphia. And there's other more important things to talk about in therapy. Absolutely. Exactly. That's only like 75%. Jeff, can I just also say how excited I was to see you in that I thought you were just like I just had a role on that new show, the bridge of that retro? Yeah. And then to watch the trailer and see you featured in a good deal of it was very exciting for me. It is exciting. Oh, you sound it. I'm excited that it's finally out because I feel like I remember when you shot the pilot 45 years ago. I set the pilot in 2019, October of 2019. I mean, it's so exhausting. Wait, that was a pandemic promoting season three right now. Hold on, hold on, that was pre-pandemic, right? I have my timeline correct. I know everything's collapsed. We're in a black hole, but that was pre-pandemic. Yes. Yeah, the pilot was pre-pandemic, but then we got picked up in March of 2020 so then it took a while. Take a while. And can I also say, Jeff, I think you know this already, right? But you play a pivotal role in Naomi and my burgeoning love. Back in back in the year, speaking of years past the year, do you remember the storied year 2010? 2010. UCB only had two theaters. One at Franklin and one at Chelsea. And also one in LA, but yeah. Franklin. Franklin. Oh, Franklin. Oh right, it was pre east village. You ready? Yeah, free beat. Pre beast. Pre beast. And we all had a glimmer of hope in her eyes. I believe before they needed out of us. The show was called. It was before the Tea Party, right? This is correct. No, not at all. I think it was. The show was called the lottery. The performers, Jeff hiller, why am I recess and Gary? Is that her name? Yes. Yeah. And then there was one more person whose name I'm blanking on. You know what, Naomi? It all fade into the background. So for the listener, there was a show at UCB called the lottery. We know the list where our origin story. Where, I don't think I've heard this origin story. Some listeners name. You always have to play to the new listeners. Play to the back of the house. This is network, not streaming, okay? We have to retell. Yeah. This is NBC prime time. Thursday nights. Back when it was the big was a big channel. Yeah, can't miss. What was it called? I don't know. My CTV must see. There you go. Must hear TV. Your podcast. The show, there was the show at UCB called the lottery where they would pluck students. Like you and me. And have the show after the Tuesday night, Tuesday nights was like a it was called Harold knight, where they would have house teams perform. And then at the conclusion of that, there was the show called the lottery where we would students would perform with the house house team member. The top of the pops. And you and I, that's how we met. You and I were in the same show. First beats was me and Reza. Second beats, you and Jeff. And I did demand I was gonna say request, but it hosted a man to be on Jeff's team. Because I feel like I'm so excited to each other before though. Well, I know what I, I'm glad that we actually became friends given how we met because you know sometimes it's hard to kind of transition into like, I'm a regular person, you're a regular person. When I literally came up to you on a Halloween dressed as sojourner truth and told you I was obsessed with you. And the fact that we could pivot from that. Wait, I'd never heard this. What? Well time. But then you were like, hey, can we go out to coffee or something? Whatever. And I was like, yeah, and we went out and I was on weight watchers at the time, and I remember, I had this app, the weight watchers app had this thing at the time, which I've been on it since, so it was really successful. Anyway, they don't have it anymore. But you could see a piece of pizza and you could just put different toppings on it and it would tell you how many points that would be. Yes. And I was like, playing with it when you walked up and I was like so mortified 'cause I was like, now I have to tell her. I have to tell her I'm on weight watchers right now. And you were so kind about it. And so I felt instantly bounded to you. Wait, wait, hold on. Hold on. You want to impact? Go back to this moment. Okay. Why were you mortified that you were doing weight watchers? Well, because it's, I don't know. It's like, okay, this is someone I've just met, right? But I'm also not on the stage where I can control the narrative. Yes, yes. So I just, it feels very.

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"jeff you" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Wow. In a way, she did what the first person suggested got a new hot guy. Got a new hot guy over the apartment dating someone new. We love that. But I do understand, so she was trying to clarify it's not like he met the neighbor through her. You know what I mean? Like always had his eye on the neighbor. It all just was a terrible gross. It's a real company kind of. Exactly. Exactly. I reference everyone should get. And I'm the old man. Mister roper. Mister. Doesn't mister roper look like Steve Buscemi? I feel like Steve Buscemi and mister roper are the same person. But but wait, which one is is mister roper? Is it Don Knox or is it the other guy? Who's the other? That's the other guy. Norman fell. Oh, Norman fell. Hey, and of course everyone listening. Instantly understands. Well, maybe I mean Ralph early. You guys just look up the cast at three's company and you gonna know which one looked like buscemi, okay? I'm just telling you to do that. 90% of the listers are like, is this something from 1876? What is this? Was this entertainment in the town? It was actually something we saw in Nickelodeon. Andrew and I yeah, when we first met, you had to put an early cost of nickel to watch an episode of three's company. At the penny arcade. But of course, the victrola that played the music. That would cost an extra penny and I would put Naomi on the back of my penny farthing as we drove there. So many petties. Pretty far. Take the penny farthing to the penny, okay. Yeah. I drove by petty farthing to the Nickelodeon when I was young. Why are you so what? Are you so mad about it? Oh my God, we're off our rockers. Do you know what I'm not mad about though? No. Today's guest. Well, come on now. This is one of the best times we've ever had. Honestly. Old friend, dear fave. We are talking to the hilarious brilliant kind, Jeff hiller. Jeff hiller is an actor henny. You know him from shows like nightcap. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Now, you can see him in the new show somebody somewhere, which just dropped this Sunday January 16th. It is on HBO. It stars him and Bridget Everett. Okay? It's everything you need in a program. So why don't you just get on that, okay? I didn't mean to sound so aggressive, but I also just really want you to hear me. No. We need this to be a hit. We need it to be a hit, that's true. We do want Jeff and Neil living in luxury. And their cat Beverly. Beverly needs luxury as well. So anyway, watch somebody somewhere on HBO. And the people who made it, I've been a fan of theirs for a long time. Two of the members of this playwriting group in New York, the debate society. Wow. They were on a very early episode of beginnings. And awkward? No, I know what begins is. Clarified to me. They came over. They came up with our first apartment and recorded them. No, I want to listen back to it the other day. I couldn't listen to too much, 'cause I'm like, this is me ten years ago. I can't. Right. Yeah. I don't know. I'm very excited for this show for many reasons. Well, but number one is Jeff. That's why. And you know what Shawn excited for? The show where Jeff helps us answer these people's relationship questions. So I'm gonna say, roll it. Jeff.

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"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

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"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Life <Speech_Female> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> is harder <Silence> jap. <Speech_Female> And not just because <Silence> so many people miss <Speech_Female> him. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> For a <Speech_Female> long time, he had been <Speech_Female> the resident adults <Speech_Female> in the household <Speech_Female> Angela's words. <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Female> was the pragmatic <Speech_Female> and responsible one <Speech_Female> who took care of the small, <Speech_Female> but important things. <Speech_Female> Like making sure <Speech_Female> the water bill got <Speech_Male> paid and doing <Silence> the week's meal planning. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And now <Speech_Female> Angela is the <Silence> sole surviving <Speech_Female> parent. <Speech_Female> And Taylor, <Speech_Female> instead of being the bonus <Speech_Female> mom, the fun <Speech_Female> friend has now <Speech_Female> stepped into the co <Speech_Female> captain role. <Speech_Female> And thankfully <Speech_Female> Angela has <Speech_Female> family, not just <Silence> Taylor and <Speech_Female> her sons. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> But Jeff's <Silence> family, too. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> They knew <Speech_Female> of Taylor <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> before Jeff <Speech_Female> even passed. So <Speech_Female> that helped tremendously. <Speech_Female> They <Speech_Female> were aware of <Speech_Female> her. They <Speech_Female> hadn't spent a lot of <Speech_Female> time with her, but they <Speech_Female> definitely knew that <Speech_Female> we had this <Speech_Female> dynamic. <Speech_Female> We <Silence> kept things pretty <Speech_Female> separate, but <Speech_Female> they have <Speech_Female> amazing <Speech_Female> hearts <Speech_Female> and they're very <Speech_Female> open minded. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> they have just <Speech_Female> seen how <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> much Taylor <Speech_Female> loves my children <Speech_Female> and how my children <Speech_Female> love Taylor <Speech_Female> and I mean really <Speech_Female> that's their biggest <Speech_Female> concern <Speech_Female> right now, right? <Speech_Female> I mean, they have <Speech_Female> these <Speech_Female> grandchildren that have lost <Speech_Female> their father. <Speech_Female> And so to see that <Speech_Female> they have another <Speech_Female> person there that is <Speech_Female> just loving them <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and there for them <Speech_Female> has been <Speech_Female> really great. And they've <Speech_Female> embraced Taylor <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> into <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> their family. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> And so <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> that's been wonderful. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Writer <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and former TTF <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> a guest, Kate bowler <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> once wrote <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> that a life is <Speech_Female> never finished, <Speech_Music_Female> even when <Speech_Music_Female> it's over. <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> Together, <Speech_Female> Jeff's <Speech_Female> family and Angela <Speech_Female> and Taylor <Speech_Female> are working to raise <Speech_Music_Female> the boys and keep <Speech_Music_Female> their dad's memory alive. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> To make sure <Speech_Female> that Jeff's life <Speech_Female> is truly never <Speech_Music_Female> finished. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> They do this by <Speech_Female> remembering and replicating <Speech_Female> the ways <Speech_Female> that Jeff lived. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Ways of living that <Speech_Music_Female> make <SpeakerChange> more sense <Speech_Music_Female> now that he's gone. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> He lived a life <Speech_Music_Female> so <Speech_Music_Female> intentionally <Speech_Music_Female> and loved life <Speech_Music_Female> that I really <Speech_Music_Female> want to carry that through <Speech_Music_Female> and he was such a <Speech_Music_Female> wise kind <Speech_Music_Female> person <Speech_Music_Female> that I want <Speech_Music_Female> to <Speech_Female> carry

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"You kind of expect the emotions to come with it, but just like the physical pain of it, the physical pain of grief. And it was just like I broke down just like sobbing and just could not believe it. Just could not believe it. This doesn't happen. This doesn't happen to you. It doesn't happen to me it doesn't happen to us. That was just what I kept saying. This can't be real. And I really thought even when I went to bed that night, I thought, I'm gonna go to sleep, and I was in a hurry to go to sleep, which I thought was weird because I thought I was gonna wake up and it was gonna be a dream. During our conversation, Angela repeatedly told me that losing Jeff was her greatest fear when she was figuring out her sexuality. When she said those words, she meant losing him as a partner as a friend as her person, she never fathomed losing him forever. Never imagined what life might be like for her and the boys. If Jeff died. And in the months after losing Jeff, Angela, struggles. For all of the reasons that you would, but also because she feels like a widow and also not. I'm a widow in all of the ways that widows are dealing with all of the things that you deal with when you've lost your life partner. But because we were more platonic partners towards the end, I feel really invalid as a widow in some of the other ways that widows are, you know, I don't miss some of the things that maybe I guess quote unquote traditional widow would. And so I feel really out of place. I've been encouraged to join widow groups and I'm always afraid of trespassing. A lot of our issues are very similar, but then we take a departure in some ways. So I feel weird, I guess. And as much as we want to believe that like, oh, everybody, that there are neat categories to this to loss in general. There really aren't. There really aren't because they're complications in every kind of loss. There are circumstances that are so individual to every relationship no matter what. Some of the people in Angela's life don't seem to understand her grief. And that hurts, too. The culture, at least in the U.S., is when you end a relationship, the expectation is that you don't like that person anymore, or that one or the other has done something bad and you should hate each other and you should go separate ways. So when you still remain as deeply meaningful to each other, it's almost like what, why? It's weird because I feel like friends always feel like they have to take a side. I have to be friends with this person or I have to be friends with that person, but I can't be Friends with you both, or I can't imagine that you still would be close to each other. And so I've seen that a lot like a lot of his friends haven't reached out or even contacted me in spite of me saying, hey, I'd love to see you. I love my son to hear stories about his dad that I don't know. So that's been really difficult. And then there's Taylor, who struggles with the reality of having found Jeff that day, and was seeing Angela and the boys suffer and grieve, while also grieving Jeff herself because Jeff was a good friend to her. I am in a relationship as I'm grieving another person that I was also in a relationship with. And so there's a lot of complicated emotion surrounding that. When you're seeing someone grieve, you're also seeing how much they loved that person. And I think for Taylor, she is seeing how deep of a love that I had for Jeff, through how deeply that I'm grieving him and that can be really difficult. She's not coming into it after I've had some time to process in make peace with some of the feelings that I have she sought from the very beginning from that ultimate moment of first hearing that he's gone and then all of the things that have come after she has seen that. That has been really challenging. Taylor's experiencing grief for this person that showed her a lot of kindness and was always good to her and that they had a friendship. And people don't understand her grief as in, like, why? I mean, you should be happy, you're able to go forward with your life, maybe not happy is that the right word, but not feeling as traumatized and emotional as she is as open minded as we humans can be. We tend to have some pretty superficial ways of thinking about love. It may be that's a part of Jeff's legacy. Teaching us to think about love in a bigger way. With openness and generosity and kindness. When we talk about love and how profound it is, we have this sense that that means romantic. And I think that there can be so many different types of love that are profound and life-changing. And influential in our lives. And I remember when I came out, there was a guy that I worked with at the time. And he had been married to his wife for 17 years, and he told me when it was kind of out and about that I was gay, he said, if that was my wife, I would kick her out and I would never want anything to do with her again. And I just thought, how sad, how sad it is that you have been with someone for 17 years and those experiences that you've had for those 17 years in this life that you have built together suddenly loses all meaning and you lose all love for that person if they don't romantically want you anymore. And so for Jeff, I feel like he really lived unconditional love. He was someone who never said anything bad about anyone. He looked at someone and he thought the best things that you could think about that person. And he gave them the space to be the best that they could be. And I think that that's something that we allow often..

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"It's December 17th. 2020, a normal pandemic era day. Jeff had a meeting. He was working remotely. So I remember the last thing I ever heard Jeff say was get up, you need to go to school, and he was nagging our son as he'd done thousands of mornings before. So I heard him say that and I said, oh God, I gotta take him, so I need to get up. Jeff had already retreated into his room. And so Taylor and I kind of hustle bustle and we got out and we left. I messaged Jeff around 9 30 asking him about plans for Christmas. He got right back with me, and when my son got out of school, he started calling me over and over and over. Daddy's not responding. I'm trying to message him. I'm trying to call. He's not saying anything. I'm worried. And I was honestly pretty irritated. This has been a story that's played out many times and everything's always been okay, my son just tends to really be filled with dread if he doesn't know what's going on. And I had just started a new job, so I was in this place where I'm like, I really can't deal with this right now. And so I asked Taylor if she could go pick up Colton and take him home so he could see everything was okay. I thought, for sure, they're gonna get home, Colton's gonna rush in. He's gonna knock on his daddy's door, Jeff's gonna be irritated, that he's in the middle of a meeting that's getting interrupted and everything's fine. But that's not what happens. When Taylor and Colton get home, they find Jeff collapsed in the bathroom. Taylor called Angela right away. I hear in her voice, she's terrified, and she's just saying, Jeff's passed out, come home, come home, come home. I tell her hang up, call 9-1-1. I tried to call my older son, ask him when the last time he had any kind of communication. Of course, he's a teenager, so he's like, I don't know. I'm trying not to freak him out. So I'm just like, okay, okay, I'll talk to you later. And I'm just kind of in problem solving mode right now. I'm just frantic. I'm thinking Jeff's just passed out. Some things happened. I need to figure things out until I have a full scope. I'm by the hospital. I can be really close, but what if he's going to be taken to a hospital in a bigger town? Someone needs to go get our son because I can only imagine how freaked out he is with ambulances arriving and all of this. So I'm just trying to coordinate all these pieces and I do it from afar. And the next call that I get was from Taylor and she's just a wreck. I can hear it. I can hear that she's sobbing. I can barely make out what she's saying. She's just says he's gone. I'm sorry. He's gone. You need to come home. You need to come home. She keeps saying that over and over and over again. And I remember I was like, do you have my van? I can't, I can't just go. You always think you know how you're going to process. If someone ever tells you the most important person in your life is gone. I thought I would be that type. I'm going to scream. I'm going to get to the ground. I'm going to be pulling out my hair. I'm going to be screaming to God, passing out. I mean, I don't know. I just felt like my reaction would probably be this dramatic occurrence and instead I was I just was so like out of my body. I couldn't believe it. I was in I gotta get home. I gotta figure this out. What am I going to do with the kids? My mind was just focused on all these very practical things in that moment. And I could not accept that it was real. He's.

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"He wants the kids to have stability. He thinks they can all work together as a team to continue raising this family. What if he asks Taylor could move in with all of them? And even though it sounds wild to some of us, it works. But I think the fact that my kids were able to remain in the house with their two parents made a huge difference. Because I think a lot of times in divorce, it's not even that they're upset that their parents aren't in love anymore. But more so that their parents are now in two separate places and they have to decide in their life looks totally different, where for my kids, it was the same as they'd always known just with this kind of fun extra cool person. Taylor and I lived in one room and then Jeff lived in another room on the other side of the house. And I feel because we're all busy adults, we settled into this routine of daily life, you know, going to work and coming home and having a list of hobbies that we partake in and getting the kids to school. I feel that really cuts the awkwardness because you get swept into the day to day life that you don't really have time to dwell on anything else. You're just caught up like I've got to do this and then I've got to do this and then I've got to do this. And we settled into this rhythm where we just started taking turns doing things. We started having fires almost every night. We have a fire pit and we would start a fire in all sit around the fire and we would talk politics or share stories from high school and it really felt so wholesome, I guess. It was like, here's a different type of family. And we're just doing things that you do when you're in a family. You have backyard fires and you play board games and you take turns doing the dishes and going to the grocery store and dropping kids off at school and it was almost like how did we ever do this with just two people before? Because really having three people in a house with children is a real luxury. This arrangement sounds idyllic. I looked up that word. It means extremely happy, peaceful. It is the perfect description of Angela Jeff, Taylor, kids, their whole setup. And then march 2020 hits. Jeff begins permanently working from home, and the business that angel and Taylor were running together, closes. Because pandemic. And it's during this time that Jeff and Taylor have.

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06:22 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Like, you need to let me know you're okay. And if things aren't okay, I will come get you. Angela is on all the dating apps and sees a few women here and there. And it's exciting, but nothing super serious. And for her two sons, things at home are business as usual. Mom and dad live together, mom and dad are both happy and they love each other. And on the weekends, mom, sometimes goes out and does her own thing. The kids don't know that their mom is gay. Then, in 2019, Angela goes to a gay bar during Pride Month. I actually went with Jeff's sister, we went together. After the parade, we went to this gay bar down there. And I'd gone a couple times before. Jeff's sister knew that I was gay and she was very supportive. So that was really cool. To have someone in Jeff's family that knew our situation and supported me and wasn't angry about this. You know, revelation within our relationship and then I ended up meeting someone there, Taylor, and she was dancing with friends on the dance floor. It was early in the afternoon. So it wasn't packed yet. I was checking her out. I was attracted to her. I'm pretty shy, so it's kind of trying to like buy my time and try to figure out when an opportunity to maybe say hi was. So she stepped outside to go smoke and I took that as an opportunity to try to casually go outside for air and I made a comment about a Jean jacket she was wearing and we just started talking. And then we ended up going back in and dancing and that led to kissing. And then we ended up back at her place. Angela falls in love with Taylor. Pretty much immediately. Taylor caught me by a surprise. I was not expecting to meet someone that made me feel the way Taylor did. Honestly, I was not looking for relationship when Jeff and I opened our relationship. I was just thinking this might be a way to satisfy this part of myself, physically and still remain within my marriage and still remain partnered with this person that I love and that I have a life with. Angela had planned on compartmentalizing her sexuality, just scratching the edge during private time away from her husband and their sons. But the situation she's in with Taylor reminds me of an Emily Dickinson, the one that goes, the heart wants what it wants. And when I met Taylor, it just threw me for a loop because I was feeling things that were deeper than what you feel for someone that you have a one night stand with. She was just quirky and funny and she just like made my heart skip a beat and gave me butterflies and I remember thinking if I can make this girl feel like this forever, I will just die happy. And I just felt so light being around her. And it just took me by surprise. When Angela tells Jeff about Taylor, Jeff is supportive. He's happy she's found this new kind of love in addition to the unique platonic love that they share as husband and wife. Taylor lives an hour and a half away from Angela, so their relationship is just weekend visits. And it's like this for 6 months. And as their relationship grows, Angela and Jeff's relationship evolves to. My relationship with Jeff was still very deep. I mean, we were a part of each other's life every day. And in some ways the same way as it always had been constantly checking in with each other, spending time together, but we began to become more distant in a romantic sense. So there were ways where we were physically affectionate with each other always, even after I came out and that really started to taper off. And so that's kind of the way that we transformed our own relationship, especially the more got with Taylor, because once I started dating Taylor, I definitely was not romantic with Jeff, especially the physical intimacy had ended quite some time before then. But there were little ways where we were affectionate. And I was trying to respect Taylor. So I really cut that off. He just always remained so supportive, really even like walking me through like when we'd have arguments. He would take Taylor's side and he'd say, sometimes you're like this and maybe you should do this. Once it's clear that Angela and Taylor are in it for the long haul, Angela and Jeff tell the boys. Mom is gay, and she's dating a woman. Kids are so much more accepting now. And they don't view it as a lifestyle. Like people my age often do, even today, they view it as a part of who you are. And so he was very accepting. He didn't question it. He didn't treat it like a choice. My youngest son is on the spectrum. And he's social maturity is much lower. And so he has always kind of just viewed Taylor, no matter what he's told is like up until recently as in the last 6 months. He's like, that's mommy's friend. And doesn't even think anything. It's like he's unfazed by all of it. The boys like Taylor, but it's hard to be driving back and forth every weekend. Angela hates missing out on time with the kids, and Taylor is having a tough time financially. So Jeff comes up with a solution..

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03:06 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"You based on your wardrobe choices because that's what we do as women. And it's like even higher level when you want to attract that woman. And when we get back, Angela is going to try to attract a woman, sit tight. You know what I love? I love rockies. First of all, rothes makes some of my favorite shoes. They're the super, super comfy, no break in best colors best style shoes that are made from materials like recycled water bottles. Every time I wear my roths, I get a compliment, especially now I'm traveling a little bit and I always wear them on the airplane. Somebody always asks about them. I also love. They've got this cute little zipper pouch. I was planning to buy one for my mother in law but sherry went and bought one for herself. And also, good news, rothy shoes are not just for women anymore. They have men's sneakers and men's driving loafers. These are the ones that you can put in the wash in the washing machine to help usher you into the season of fall. If you have fall where you live, which I do not rotate is doing something special. They gave us the chance to give a very rare deal to you for a limited time, which is 20 bucks off your first purges at raw these dot com slash terrible that's rot dot com slash terrible head you rot these dot com slash terrible to find your new favorites today. After some right swiping and chatting and yes, picking out clothes. Angela is about to go on her first ever date with a woman. They meet at a little restaurant on a Lake, because both of them live in rural areas where the dating pools aren't exactly deep. Angela's date had to drive several hours into town. And the date is. Good. They have a lot to talk about. They have a lot in common and the experience completely shifts Angela's perception of relationships of dating of herself. I had finally figured it out. The experience I'd had with this stranger, which always was an uncomfortable concept for me was so different than any of the experiences that I'd had with men. It was like everything before leading up to that was almost like forced. I just started believing that women don't experience pleasure the way they show in movies and TV and that it was like this myth perpetuated by the patriarchy that that was not actually the way that sex was and that we were all feeling that way. And then I just realized I'm like, no. I am just gay. I'm gay, and I am supposed to like sex just a different kind. That's all. Angela's.

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"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Why is she feeling this way? Is it buyers remorse about the house? Is it something about their marriage? Or is it something else entirely? And I started to think about how throughout our marriage, there were times where we really struggled with physical intimacy. It was a common problem. There was one period where we even went three years without physical sexual intimacy and I started thinking could this be a problem with me? Could I possibly be gay? And I feel like a lot of people have this idea that when you come out and you're gay, it's like this moment where you just wake up and you're like, I'm gay. It's really like a process. And it's a long process. For some of us, we're able to embrace it early on in our lives and never go through this series of toxic relationships where we're uncomfortable and not really sure why. But for some of us it happens like with me where you're in a relationship and you're struggling and at that moment, it was really just trying to figure it out and trying to really, what do I do with this? Because my biggest fear was losing Jeff. And I didn't want to do anything that would sacrifice my relationship with Jeff. I loved him my whole world was wrapped around him. He was my best friend, my soulmate, so even coming to this, it was like simultaneously kind of liberating and trying to look back at my life and maybe put things in perspective of could this be and what are these things that maybe hint that it is this, but also just terrifying because at any point, my partner, the person that I love could say, I'm not dealing with this, you know, I'm gone. He could. He could and hardly anyone would blame him. Not even Angela. But I do recall, lying in bed with him and just looking over and saying, what if I'm gay? And I remember he was very adamant. You are not gay. You might be by and if that's the case, we'll figure it out. It's gonna be okay. And that's where he kind of thought if we need to open up our relationship and allow you to figure this out. We'll get there. And we'll just take this one step at a time. I had a lot of fears about what Jeff would do or how he would react. But I don't think I expected anything less from him because he has always been an unconditionally supportive partner. Every dream I have ever had no matter how outlandish he would throw his support. He was always sacrificing for our relationship for our family and so I guess it didn't surprise me, but it definitely relieved me how supportive he was. These conversations in realizations don't happen overnight, or even over the course of a week. For 8 months, Angela processes her feelings and talks them through with Jeff. She realizes she's always been attracted to women. But for decades, she wrote that office envy or jealousy, not physical attraction. Men have never particularly interested Angela, even with Jeff who she describes throughout our conversation as her soulmate, their relationship clicks in a way that isn't all that romantic. At the end of those 8 months, Jeff suggests that Angela explore her sexuality. He doesn't want to be with anyone else. But he does want her to be happy and satisfied, so they decide to open up their marriage. And for Angela, this is terrifying. I didn't want to lose Jeff. That was my worst nightmare. I would rather be closeted. I would rather never even look at another person than lose him. It's just he meant that much to me. There is no one that would ever be more important than he was. Angela is also scared because dating is scary. And it's especially scary when you're figuring out your sexuality later in life and you've never dated women before, and when you haven't dated anyone in over a decade. Well, things have certainly changed since the last time that I had dated. I grew up in this time of AOL chat rooms and you were really discouraged from doing anything like this, but I started with Tinder. And Tinder is a weird place for anybody, but especially for a gay woman in a rural town. If you are a straight anybody, man, woman, and you're on Tinder, you have a plethora of swiping to do. You could just, I mean, even in my rule town, you could swipe, swipe, swipe, fish, fish, fish. It's just it's never ending. Never ending. Also, fish is not metaphorical. We are talking about literal men holding fish, holding which someone needs to tell me why that is, and I've definitely gone into the psychology of what each fish means about that person. Are the small ones? Just joking and the big ones like this is saying something about something I don't know. If.

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04:01 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"About two years, and like lots of people who fall in love but not all of them. Jeff and Angela decide to get married and have kids. Jeff was the type of dad that really bucked the typical gender norms. He really was very egalitarian with the way he approached parenting. Like, even though he at the beginning was the one working and I was staying home. He would be up in the middle of the night with the baby. He would be watching the baby on the weekends so that I could get a break. I would say that he was honestly the more maternal one of the two of us. Just emotional and kind and warm, where I was more kind of like hard and practical, at least when it came to parenting, more disciplinarian, it wasn't, wait, till dad gets home. Wait till mom gets home. So he just believed that it was a team effort and supported me unconditionally in whatever I needed to do to be happy even if that meant embracing an identity that extended beyond being a mother. When I went to school, I had to spend three semesters in a different town, finishing my college education. And so he was home with the kids and he was working and he was managing everything. Why was off, finishing my degree? And people would tell me all the time. Your husband's watching your kids. I can't believe he's doing that. My husband would never do that. And it was just something he did without complaint. It's like this is what I'm here for. I'm here to support you and I'm a parent. This is 21st century conversations that you're having where people are still flabbergasted by the idea of a mom, leaving temporarily, right to build something for herself. It will also benefit her family, but to essentially go work. Meanwhile, men do that stuff all the time and no one says to a wife like, oh my God, I can't believe you're just holding things down at home while your husband goes and you know, works on an oil rig or gets on a plane every week to go do sales calls for it's so it's astonishing to me that that is still such an outlier. That's exactly what Jeff is. He's an outlier. A man who supports his wife and her dreams and goals and ambitions and who loves being home with the kids. I too have an outlier at home. His name is Matthew, so I totally understand why Angela loves Jeff so much. He thought parenting was a team effort. And he also loved me. And he wanted to see me happy. And so he was going to do anything to make my dreams come true. That was the one thing about him. I mean, I could have came home and said, I want to be a rocket scientist. And if you know me, that's just the most laughable thing in the world. But he would have went out and researched how I could make that happen. Programs nearby that he could enroll me in and how he could support me. And he was that type of parent as well. He really lived to make other people happy and just lived unconditional love. Angela and Jeff have by pretty much any definition. An awesome marriage. They have the same life goals the same ideologies, they have the kind of relationship where you don't need to be physically together 24 7 to know that you're in each other's corner. Their life together is peaceful. It just works. Or it does. Until just after their tenth anniversary. That's when Angela starts feeling conflicted about their relationship. She and Jeff are in the process of buying their first home together. And it all just seems off..

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"jeff you" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Courage Cast - Build Your Belief

"I guess but just grateful to have two guests on today. The author's the co authors of the book read to lead. Welcome jeff and jesse jeff brown and jesse whiskey. Thank you thanks here. Yeah so the listener can identify you a little bit so jeff. Why don't you tell me a little bit about your background and how you started the read..

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"jeff you" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"So. If my mother was very much a great books person she loved poetry so from her. I got a lot of bad. So i was one of those things where i really had to big influences very opposite was able to do something with both sides of this very lucky to. Yeah you know. It's just so interesting Every once in a while. I do meet someone who does not have parents that. Have a sense of humor at all. Not only do they not like to laugh. They just have judge if you do laugh. This is a very serious nece them and you would not guess by meeting there. Because they are so effortlessly funny and it just comes so easily and so maybe someone as as smart and educated as you might have Insight as to kind of this connection between intelligence and humor because certainly there. Are we all know. The kind of dimmer person who's funny the the homer simpson type as were But then you know the person who's able to to understand the math of a joke really. I think that that's one of the things that makes. Yes yes it makes sense to me that there are a harvard guys in the room That it makes sense that people who you might not think of as the class clown would end up being the secretly funniest people in the room. i was. I was wondering if you could weigh in a little bit about Just the connection between smarts and bunny We certainly wouldn't be the first people to look at those things side by side but yeah like where does your sense of humor come from do you believe will lead to nurture theory but You know my mother's family is a big mostly irish fair will and they you know they're a lot of very funny. People like gregarious outgrow a lot of like my mother was very chatty to drive me crazy. She'd go to the secretary store and she talked to. Everybody loves a teenager. Who hated nightmare. An all my son is so smart letting a monkey like okay market so so so you know that that that side of the family that sort of be vertically dry sarcastic but don't take anything seriously sort of like a little bit of a cynical take on the world. I think that. I can't can't say which nurture nature.

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"jeff you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"jeff you" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Via zoom in the pandemic app. And we couldn't travel so we had to change the entire business plan moving forward. It's going to be more business to consumer direct On the one hand and then the other hand is corporate. America we do believe the the businesses that are large enough to have finance financial wellness as an initiative within their hr departments. They really don't have any tools to support that initiative yet they scream year about how important it is. We believe we can help with that. So that that will also be a target of our scoreboard. Fantastic thank you so very much sharing. Now i'm wondering how to denying real intelligence Come about something that you'd had on the back burner for wallow partners idea we were talking about Names and of course. The buzz is all about artificial intelligence and the the the line that we use. There's there's nothing artificial about real intelligence or the people we serve. I'd love to if we could just share bit about your experiences. You've spent twenty five in the financial services business and attain several different awards including innovator of the year tennis little bit about some of those experiences. Innovator of the year award was given In hachi what year that was but it was. Because i had started that training program that allowed advisors to deliver. Will we call a middle class millionaire experience. I should say a family office experience for middle-class millionaires. Most people don't go to family offices. That's traditionally service level reserved for very very wealthy families meeting fifty million or more Where you have all of those things in life that become burdensome with all that well so taxes legal property casualty risk managements If you have real estate than of course manning that real investment portfolio and of course seeking a unique opportunity stir private equity or venture capital to business in itself isn't it it is and it's typically very expensive to run one of those because you have them all under one one roof. What we were able to do is to create a virtual experience for middle-class millionaires. Now wouldn't go white as deep as what you'd expect for those really super wealthy families but we would be able to have. This sounds so simple. But it just doesn't happen. Have the accountants the attorneys the investment people. The insurance people actually talking to each other to make sure that the family could Work hard and play hard numb. Worry about all those other things so yeah. I was given that award for that. Exact reason and the benefit to me of course was the advisors were able to attract investors. Who had more money than they had previously. You've been extremely busy over the time. You've also been published in several different financial meteorologists talking global bank and finance for best company. Fintech buzz and get involved with these types of publications. So i had a pr group that we partnered with when i first started They they were fantastic. And the fact that the dynamic mapping method was so different than the traditional method really seemed to appeal to a lot of these publishers. Newsmax finance was probably the one that did the most they. They had me on a monthly basis But it was interesting. That fintech buzz did bring us in. I didn't see that one coming company as well. They they wanted to go really deep in detail on some of these case studies so it was fun..

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