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Monitor Show 18:00 09-29-2023 18:00
"When professional soccer player Marcus Rashford injured his shoulder, he turned to Resle's virtual reality training program to help him maintain his skills and return to the field with confidence. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Concerns about technology, big technology oversight. For Simone Foxman and the whole Bloomberg Businessweek team, have a good and safe weekend. Get home safely, especially if you're in the New York metro area, but don't go anywhere because Wall Street week, it starts right now. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The surge in oil prices is sending gas prices higher again in California, the average price of a gallon of regular now top $6, but the Wall Street Journal says investors think that won't last. That oil prices will not hit $100 a barrel because higher prices, experts say, are denting demand. JP Morgan Chase says we are driving and flying less. Clorox, Pine -Sol and Kingsford charcoal may be a little easier to find in stores again. Clorox, which owns all those brands, says its manufacturing sites are back in operation after a cyber attack in August forced it to stop some of its production. Now, Clorox says it's ramping back up and working to restock inventories. On Wall Street, the S &P in Dow fell a quarter to a half percent, the NASDAQ added a tenth of a percent, the Dow down 159, the NASDAQ up 18, the S &P down 12. For the quarter, all three averages fell at least two and a half to more than four percent. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg Radio. Get the news you need to start your day in just 15 minutes. More legal trouble for former President Donald Trump. We're also following the autoworkers strike in Detroit. Wake up with Bloomberg Daybreak, U .S. edition. Tensions between the U .S. and China remain in focus. Upset and college football. Available now on your punch.
Fresh "Joan" from Bloomberg Law
"Spend about as much as they did last year but they'll do it later. This may be some of what they're worried about. The Mortgage Bankers Association put the 30 -year fixed -rate mortgage last week at more than 7 .5%, the highest in nearly 23 three on years Wall Street. The Dow rose 127, the Nasdaq 177, the S &P 34, gains of about a third to one and a third percent. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg Radio. And I'm Doug Krisner, Bloomberg World Headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Opening statements began today fraud in trial the of FTX founder Sam Bankman -Fried. Now a focal point was Caroline Allison. She's the former CEO of Alameda Research, the hedge fund affiliated with FTX. She is also Bankman -Fried's former girlfriend. Here is Bloomberg's Shanali Basak. Caroline Allison is a key figure for both the and prosecution the defense. When you look at the defense, they had said that Sam Bankman -Fried guided Caroline Allison to do more to protect Alameda as a shareholder of Alameda when the crypto crash was starting to arise, his worries about crypto going south instead of just upward had before that time. And so this idea that porous management, according to the defense, is not intentional fraud and that that will have to be proven here in court for Mr. Bankman -Fried himself. That is Bloomberg's Shanali Basak. Now Bankman -Fried is accused of using billions of dollars in customer deposits at FTX for speculative trading at Alameda Research, as well as for luxury real estate and for political contributions as well. Mr. Bankman -Fried has pleaded not guilty. There are reports of chip a breakthrough by China's Huawei. As Bloomberg's David Inglese tells us, US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo called the report disturbing. Even stronger, Raimondo said it incredibly was disturbing. Huawei's reported new chip has set off a debate on whether the US is effective in curbing China's technological advancement. That said, Raimondo maintains there is no evidence China can develop advanced chips at scale, but she is facing intense pressure from weapons to tighten controls. Raimondo emphasized different tools are needed to enforce the US regime. She pointed to the RESTRICT Act that would expand American authority to review and prevent certain transactions that pose a risk to national security. That is Bloomberg's David firms seem to be helping Huawei with chip plants in China. We have more from Bloomberg Spaniel in Hong Topco Scientific and Sika Huntek are among some of the tech firms identified by Bloomberg. Our investigation shows they are building infrastructure for a network of chip plants across southern China. The collaboration seems unusual given political tensions. We asked National Security Council spokesman John Kirby about the findings. interesting. Thanks for watching. Thank you. It's unclear whether the Taiwan involvement violates American sanctions. That's partly because the curbs designed are to curtail the export of U .S. technology to Huawei rather than blocking all business relationships. That is Bloomberg Spaniel. We check markets throughout the day here on Bloomberg. We've got a rally in Tokyo with the Nikkei up 1 0 .2%, Hang Seng higher by six tenths of one percent, the KOSPI up seven tenths of one percent. This is Bloomberg. What is dedication? Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with Forge FX's virtual training platform. He says virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use Forge FX's platform to up level their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta slash metaverse impact. Together, we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future. At the Bloomberg New Economy Forum, we help make this possibility a reality by cultivating new connections among global leaders that transcend geographies, industries and ideologies. Because when global leaders work together, the outcomes benefit all of us. Learn more at bloombergneweconomy .com
Monitor Show 14:00 09-24-2023 14:00
"Interactive brokers clients earn up to USD 4 .83 % on their uninvested instantly available cash balances rate subject to change visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more doesn't mean that we should raise capital hear the full conversation on the latest edition of a masters in business podcast subscribe on Apple Spotify and anywhere else you get your broadcasting 24 hours a day at bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg radio. This is a Bloomberg money minute. We're heading toward a child care cliff. At the end of this month, $24 billion in pandemic air and government aid to child care providers is set to end. The Century Foundation calculates more than 70 ,000 child care programs could be in danger of closing with more than three million Children losing their spots. And while Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah houses those are not hard and fast numbers. It's hard to say if we would actually lose daycare providers or just if capacity would be constrained if they're going to have more difficulty hiring with the quality of care might be. She does say the end of that aid could put a dent in the size of the labor force. The research has shown time and again the access to affordable quality consistent child care. It boosts women's participation and how says women with young Children have helped drive gains in prime aged workers. Anything that's going to dent that that labor supply I think could challenge this narrative of perhaps a soft landing. Joan Doniger Bloomberg Radio adopt us kids presents what do you expect when you're expecting a teenager learning the lingo goat G. O. A. T. Acronym stands for greatest of all time. As in spaghetti sandwiches for dinner. They're my face.
Fresh update on "joan" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Parts of the area it's money news at 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by pen fed great rates everyone for and joan dottinger this is a bloomberg money minute it's the oseptic effect walmart is seeing in it shopping demand walmart says it is seeing an impact on what we're buying it says because of the diabetes slash weight loss drugs oseptic wigove and others right now a walmart exec says it is a slight change compared to the total population but there is a bit of a pullback in the overall shopping basket snack makers hackers have already said they are bracing for an impact the same hackers that shut down slot machines mgm at resorts international in las vegas and hit caesars could be the reason clorox bleach has been so hard to find clorox is blaming the same group of hackers that hit the casinos for the breach it first announced a months few back it forced a shutdown of some production lines clorox has said it's still trying to recover on street wall tech shares led gains of about a third to one and a third percent the dow up as deck a hundred seventy seven the s and p thirty four from the bloomberg newsroom i'm kimberly adams on w t o p well let's take a look at the asia -pacific markets australia's a s x two hundred is up a quarter percent tokyo stocks up about one percent now nine forty two classes are canceled for the weekend homecoming is on pause at morgan state university after last night's shooting on campus the baltimore universities postponing its homecoming gala and football game originally scheduled for this weekend all other homecoming events are canceled morgan state university president david wilson says the school will increase security now i can you assure that in response to last evening's events we are aggressively increasing security measures on campus further amplifying additional security measures that have been implemented in recent years five people between the ages of eighteen and twenty were two hurt in that shooting last night they are all expected to recover police say they believe the shooting arose but between two groups they continue to search for all suspects tonight nine forty three on w p who will the new house speaker b we know of at least two candidates right now stay with us we get details from political founding editor john harris in just a couple of minutes for nervous diamond importers this is running nervous you won't we don't need a checkbook when you visit Mervis Diamond Importers, so leave yours at home. That's because at Mervis, we treat each as client an honored guest.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 09/14/23
"The United States Border Patrol has exciting and rewarding career opportunities with the nation's largest law enforcement organization. Border Patrol agents enjoy great pay, outstanding federal benefits, and up to $20 ,000 in recruitment incentives. If you are looking for a way to serve something greater than yourself, consider the United States Border Patrol. Learn more online at cbp .gov slash careers slash USBP. That's cbp .gov slash careers slash USBP. On the road again, going places that I've never been, seeing things that I may never see. It always applies to Mike, who scarcely does the same show in the same city on consecutive days. I know, I can always risk peeing in the closet in the middle of the night because you thought it's a hotel room. I don't know where I am, I'm walking around stumbling, and boy do I have a hotel story. Oh, well, hey, well, sit tight because there's another reason I'm doing this. Hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on. Because obviously you are back in the Florida compound, correct? I'm in, no, I'm in Orlando. Okay, well, see, my point is made, but the road trip I wanted to take, because for like three days I wanted to get to this, and doggone it, I'm doing it up front. Just take two minutes. You heard about the Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm's all -electric road trip? They were just trying to get from North Carolina to Tennessee, and they had NPR embedded because it's just going to be so great. Oh, look at this. It's the all -EV road trip, well, instantly, and Trump has the best line, Trump has the best line. When you get an electric car, the first 15 minutes are great, and the next five years are abject terror that you're going to run out of places to charge, and that's exactly what happened to them. So with the caravan coming, and the secretary, her own self, had not yet rolled up in her about -to -die EV, they blocked off a charging station with a gas -powered car. The one that was actually, and there was a family that was about dead on power, and it's 100 degrees, and they got a kid in the back, and they called the cops because Secretary Granholm's entourage was blocking the EV station. I'm not an anti -electric car, you've had a Tesla in your life, haven't you? I have, and listen, first of all, Tesla, you'll have more fun driving a Tesla than any car you've ever driven in your life. And the idea of plugging in and, hey, lessening our reliance on fossil fuels, but again, what happens is when we get down to mandates, and when you get down to saying, you're going to do this or else, I've got a friend who travels around the country in a Tesla. And so that whole story about what she went through, I knew firsthand from a very good friend of mine, because he goes from city to city to city, and he takes his Tesla. And he sometimes drives 6, 8, 10 hours on a stretch. And it ain't easy. I mean, now, he pulls it off. You know, Tesla's got a pretty fascinating technology. You look on your screen, they tell you exactly where the charging station is, they show you how many people are at the charging station, they tell you how many slots are available, if they're all used, you know right away in real time. They know how many people are at a charging station 40 miles away. They do. They know how many people are at the charging station all over the country right now. And you can look on your Tesla screen, and you say, you push Charger, and it'll show you where the next station is or the charging station on your route. Now, here's where it gets dicey. Tesla has now opened it up to Ford and all these other auto manufacturers. So now there's all kinds of competition. Yeah, but now, if you're a Tesla owner, you're going to battle all the Ford companies. Hey, can I tell you a little bit about a travel quick story, because I know I've got to pick your brain. And then we've got to talk Mitt Romney, because I want to talk to you from Mitt Romney. I've never seen a bigger disconnect within the Republican Party in my life, in my life. But first, before we do that, so here I am again in another hotel last night, and I always joke about peeing in the closet because I don't know where I am, and I'm walking around. I mean, honest to goodness, it is a very strange feeling to wake up and you don't know where you are. And it's been, I've had about nine or 10 days from New York to Philly to Orlando. I finally get home tomorrow just in time to have my wisdom tooth removed. It's travel stories and medical stories. Oh, yeah. And I predict there'll be medical complications. There always are. I predict, so I'm having major surgery, light a candle for me, pray I need some Gregorian chance. I know, because you know how I am. As Denise would say, I'm not exactly the world's best patient. So I'm not really good when things go like, and so I don't know. And I don't remember when I've got to stop eating. The surgery is tomorrow at like one o 'clock, the night before, right? Like midnight? Oh, well, that's 12, yeah, midnight before midnight. They told me, but I can't remember what they told me. And I'm afraid now I'm going to mess that up and then I'm going to Joan Rivers on the operating table. You'll have a burger in your system somewhere and you'll flatline. And then I'll flatline because I had a cheeseburger past the deadline. So anyway, so all this is going on in my life and I'm trying to keep my head above water. I check into the hotel last night and I'm tired and the flight was late. I'm blah, blah, blah, blah. I get to Orlando. First of all, here's a quick story about Orlando Airport. Now, have you and Lisa and the kids made the pilgrimage that every American family has made to Disney? And you go fly into Orlando and you get into that beautiful airport and you got to get on the train to get from the terminal to the main part of the airport. Do you know that experience I'm talking about? Yes, we have. It's been a long time, but yes, we have. So Phil Boyce, our big boss, my boss flew into Orlando last night at midnight. He claims, and I've got Derek Klingle, my producer, researching this. He claims that all throughout the Orlando Airport are homeless encampments. Homeless people are sleeping all throughout the Orlando Airport. And I said, Phil, are you sure those aren't like travelers? Yeah, I was going to say, I've seen some people who've been stuck, especially with the way today's Pete Buttigieg Airlines are going, flights are a dicey proposition. Maybe that's just a wayward, ill -dressed traveler. I'm going to find out because Phil insisted. He said, nope, these people had like little blankets and tents and supplies and provisions. He goes, I think they're opening up the airport at night because he goes in and, you know, Phil goes in and out of the airport all the time. Sure. He said, I've never seen this before. He said, I think these are homeless people in the airport. Now we've seen blue cities around the country that are opening up police stations. Yeah, blue cities. Notify DeSantis immediately. No kidding. I want to look into this big time. And so that's part one of the travel story of Orlando. Part two, I need to ask you if I'm being Karen or not. I want to know what your reaction would be if you check into a hotel, 10, 11 o 'clock at night, you're tired, you're grumpy, you get into the room, you pay extra because it's supposed to be like a club level room at a big major chain. Air conditioner doesn't work properly. I go over to sit down and watch forensic files to try to decompress the couch. I wouldn't touch that couch. It was so filthy dirty bio biohazard. I took pictures of the couch. I took pictures of it and then I get in the shower this morning and they don't have any bars of soap, which makes me crazy. It's all these tubes, you know, the containers of liquid. Well, dude, okay, the worm has turned on that one. We now want, we apparently want, and I've noticed the same thing. We have gel in tubes, you know, you spooge that out in your hand because that way no previous person is touching the soap. The bar of soap is so 1953 because who touched that before you? I don't mean another guest. No, but they're wrapped up. They're wrapped. The bars of soap are normally wrapped. But once it's open, let's see, you've got a family of three. Family four, family five, whatever. You leave the bar on the tray or whatever, then somebody else has to go touch the bar you touch. I don't think I would care, but other people do. So the soap in the tube is sort of where we are. I'm a family of one and all I got to do is open. I want a, I want a sealed bar of soap that I can put on anyway, but how about when the tube of the body wash is empty, so you're standing there, oh yeah, it was empty. So that's my hotel experience. Where are you, listen, good chains can have a bad day, but I'm guessing, I mean, not four seasons, but you know, kind of a month, 226 bucks for the night. That's not a cheap hotel room.
Fresh "Joan" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Are closed waiting to see if they set up another work zone again tonight in dale city like they did last night on 95 south so far they have not bob inler wtlp traffic and now to veronica johnson she's seven news first alert chief meteorologist these nice days are numbered today oh gorgeous and we have some scattered clouds here this evening our temperatures will be dropping into the mid lower 70s even 60s by late evening tomorrow morning will start out in the fifties mainly clear with patchy fog and light winds throughout the area for your saturday afternoon partly sunny skies between 75 and 80 degrees right now friday upper 70s with clouds and some occasional light showers i'm seven news chief meteorologist veronica johnson in the first alert weather center the nasa 66 metro center at 70 frederick maryland 70 degrees heading down to the fifties in some parts of the area it's money news at 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by pen fed great rates everyone for and joan dottinger this is a bloomberg money minute it's the oseptic effect
A highlight from Ep 187: Dont Be a Mission Creep!
"So people who know me well know that I'm a cat person. Throughout my life, I have had beloved cats. I currently have a two -year -old cat. His name is Rafa. Not after the tennis player, but a variation of the Hebrew word rafuah, which means healing. He arrived at 1 .5 pounds during the pandemic when we needed some healing. From Baidawi, a New York City -based, wonderful animal welfare organization. Not long after he arrived, I bought a book on training your cat to do tricks. Come on, it was the pandemic. I was looking for things to occupy myself. Well, turns out I've taught Raf to jump through a hoop. Yes, I bought a hoop. And you can't actually teach a cat to jump through a hoop unless you have a really cool top hat. So I have one of those too. What the heck am I telling you this story for? Because if my friend and former client, CEO of Baidawi, Leslie Granger, decided that she was going to partner with Barnum & Bailey Circus to train rescue animals to be in the circus, that would be like holy smokes nuts. She's supposed to be finding wonderful forever homes for her posse of wonderful animals. A decision like this would be mission creep in addition to holy smokes nuts. And I love Leslie, but if she did this, I would call her a mission creep. She'd laugh. And I'm pretty sure she would agree that she'd gone over the edge. So today we're gonna take this phrase mission creep. We're gonna define it. We're gonna identify its symptoms and its side effects. And I plan to offer you some practical advice of how to prevent it. Greetings and welcome to Nonprofits or Messy. I'm your host, Joan Gary, founder of the Nonprofit Leadership Lab, where we help smaller nonprofits to thrive. I'm also a strategic advisor for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote speaker, a blogger, and an author on all things leadership and management. You can learn more at joangarry .com. I'm a woman with a mission to fuel the leadership of the nonprofits. My goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue I know that nonprofit leaders are grappling with by finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today, it turns out the right person is me.
Fresh "Joan" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Morning hours money news at 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by PenFed great rates for everyone here's Joan Doniger this is a Bloomberg Money Minute Uber is looking to follow DoorDash into a new line of business package turns uber now offers to have its drivers pick up at your door packages you want to return in uber says charge it'll five dollars or less for the service it's a growing market last year the National Retail Federation says we return more than 212 billion dollars worth of goods DoorDash started a similar service back in January worries about the economy are affecting our spending plans for the holidays Sirkana which used to be IRI I am the NPD group says its latest survey finds the majority of shoppers asked plan to spend about as much much as they did last year but they'll do it later this may be some of what they're worried about the Mortgage Bankers put the 30 -year fixed -rate mortgage last week at more than seven and a half percent the highest in nearly 23 years on Wall Street the Dow rose 127 the Nasdaq 177 the S &P 34 gains of about a third to one and a third percent from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Joan Doniger on WTOP Asia Pacific markets are all higher Tokyo stocks up about a quarter percent the same with the KOSPI in South Korea Australia's ASX 200 up just a fraction other news tonight homecoming activities are now canceled during the rest of this week at Baltimore's Morgan State University along with other classes and school events it follows multiple people being shot and wounded on campus last night activities that have been Counciled include the homecoming concert the silent headphones party the homecoming pep rally the homecoming parade and all other on -campus events a including lady bear volleyball match Morgan State University president David Wilson the school says it's postponing the homecoming football game and the 39th annual homecoming gala five people ages 18 to 22 were hurt in the shooting last night it happened soon after a homecoming event at Murphy the fine arts center police say they believe it was the result of a dispute between two groups and not a mass shooting that we've we've seen in other instances by just one person the search goes on for these suspects the war in Ukraine next asked as Germany is reportedly going to supply Ukraine with additional air defense equipment to help cover grain shipments from from potential Russian attacks this comes as Ukraine is scrambling to get its grain supplies out to countries that depend on it here's wtop national security correspondent JJ green Bloomberg is reporting that Berlin is going to send one extra Iris -T air defense system and more than a dozen Gepard anti -aircraft guns Ukraine to the Iris -T is a medium -range infrared homing air -to -air missile and it's available also in a ground variant these weapons are going to provide cover for shipments that are headed towards Romania along the country's southern coast this is according to Bloomberg these weapons should arrive in Ukraine by the end year of the and more Iris -T units we're told are going to follow once these have been built all of this is really important because the grain supplies that Ukraine have not been able to deliver to some countries in the global south could be the source of instability that could lead to governments collapsing. WTOP's national security correspondent JJ Agreen. A lot of people believe Union Station is one of the most beautiful buildings in our region but if you've visited recently gone through there to catch a train you know that it's run down and badly need of renovation we're going to hear next from the man and behind Union Station's planned redevelopment. Stay with us, 843. Here's John Meyer, and VP GM of software ventures at Arkfield on filtering data and traffic without impeding workflow. Across domain service in and of itself basically filters the traffic to look for certain things. If it's outbound it's looking for you know data that might be purposefully being exfiltrated by someone inside the organization if it's inbound it's looking at documents to basically strip out any malware or ransomware. Today you get an email and it has ransomware in it maybe it's quarantined. With the technology that's being implemented in these cross -domain services they have the capacity to cleanse the document and what that means is it doesn't stop doesn't it sit in a quarantine and these are all based on the agency's guides they've invested a lot of money research looking at how you can cleanse a document once it's actually been infected by malware or ransomware and then allow it to continue its journey so the business process doesn't break. That's John Mayer VP and GM of software ventures at Arc Field. For more go to federalnewsnetwork .com search Arc Field. Everything you need every you time listen. WTOP News. Now 845 I'm Dimitri Sotis and A little more than a year now that is how long Doug Carr has been at the helm of the DC region's largest transit hub in the effort to redevelop it. The Union Station Redevelopment Corporation CEO and President spoke with WTOP's Luke Garrett in the new episode of the DMV download podcast about what you can expect from the new and improved Union Station. The station and the development in many ways is to serve as a catalyst for further development in the city. This the is one last of great frontiers of development and land opportunity that we have in the district. So to me it's not the station expansion project and the facility and the rail improvements is one part of it. And I think continuing on that part and serving as a catalyst for private development and commercial development and growth and really place making and the opportunity to make this place special. Open space, green space, intuitive connections to and from transit supported by the appropriate commercial and retail uses, to me that's really what I see as the opportunity. And some for listener who's like, man, I love Union Station the way it is. I have memories of the marble, the arching ceilings, you know, how do you assure people that you won't kind of mess it up? Yeah, I think, first off, off, acknowledge not only the opportunity, but also we have a long way to go and we're making improvements. We're confident in our plan and moving forward, but also the reality of part of our mission, Union and Redevelopment Corporation in part was founded to be the caretaker of the building and that definitely includes historic preservation, historic elements. I think the historic elements of the building are perhaps our biggest asset. It is what makes us unique. It's why we're a one -of -a -kind building, but I often joke anybody to who will listen is part of our greatest strength is we're building that is 120 years of history. our One of biggest weaknesses is we're building that is 120 years old and needs in reinvestment. So for us it's really leaning into it. We're a one -of -a kind building and treating and honoring the historic elements and really part preserving of our them mission. is We've a large done a lot of work throughout the years. The train hall, the gold leaf, the bone, a lot of cool historic elements that are spread throughout the train hall is squaring our sights of what we are here to preserve and leverage. Getting in and out of the station can be tough from a car perspective. Is that something you guys are thinking about to kind of decongest this area around Union Station? You know, I'll take that as a good opportunity to say we're not waiting just for the future to make the improvements. We're really focused on the here and now and delivering, you know, whether it's traffic benefits, whether it's cleanliness, whether it's enhancements, operational whether it's even, you know, just programming in the station that gives people a reason to stop by, hang around for an extra couple minutes. So that to me is a big part of our job at USRC is caring for the here and the now. That's Doug Carr. He's Union Station Redevelopment Corporation CEO and President. Hear the full interview in the new episode of the DMV Download Podcast. That's available anywhere you get your podcast. Top stories on WTOP. At least two big name Republicans are entering the race to become the next House Speaker to replace the ousted Kevin McCarthy. The third day a former President Trump's civil fraud trial focused on who was responsible for statements that the state of New York says are fraudulent, the accounting firms or Donald Trump and his company. Maryland appoints an interim state school superintendent with ties to our area. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead.
How You Can Watch the Trailer to New Film 'Police State'
"Trailer already for this Police Day movie and Jeremy, our official Joan Jett content recognizer, sent I it to him during the break. It's policestatefilm .net if you want to watch the trailer. Movie comes out in October. It's a project me and Dinesh have been working on for a long time. I'm very proud of it for all the wrong reasons. I really wish we didn't have to do this movie, but we do. We expose it all, not just with the January 6th stuff, not just the war on the pro -lifers, war war on parents, war on the weaponization of the FBI. It's all of it's in there. Julie Kelly is in the movie. It's an incredible piece of work. The trailers. Just watch it. You saw it. Did you see it Jim yet? You get to watch it yet? Open up your mic. Open your mic up. Am I messing with you? Because I mean, Paul is, you know, you're not easily moved. It's not the most emotional You like riveting is the word. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. And folks, we put a ton of work into police this state film dot net. It's on my Twitter and true social account. I, I, Oh, so I sent back. This is interesting. So it's date night tonight. This is the, is this of course where the show degenerates and I get in a lot of trouble. Jim's like, please. No, no, we're going in this direction. So I sent that cause I'm in the movie a little bit, not too much, but this little piece for me. So Paula said, did you watch the trailer for the movie? It's amazing. I said, so good fire emoji twice. She said, you're like a movie star exclamation points respond back. That'll be for the, yeah, she is a little bit, but she loves it. She just, she's pretends to be mad. She's not really mad. I would never do anything to aggravate Paul on the radio. I love her too much. I wouldn't want to
Fresh update on "joan" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"The book is Breaking Biden. That's the title. Exposing the hidden forces and secret money machine behind Joe Biden, his family, and his administration. I can't give a better recommendation than the fact that I have already purchased the Audible and the Kindle. I would have purchased the hardcover too, but I got that one free from the publisher. It's a truly significant book. Yeah, that's right. Well, there are a lot of perks to this job. I never lose sight of that. Put you on the spot with the question. I don't think any interviewer of you will pose, and I'll have you answer it when we return because we just have a few seconds before the break. I have to come to the conclusion that he is a bad human being, and I've never said that of any president in my lifetime, and I'm broadcasting for 40 years. I'd like to get your assessment of that. And another question. Since all he does is harm the country, does he want to harm the country? I don't even have an answer to that. We'll be back in a moment. The book Breaking Biden up at Dennis Prager dot com. One of my regrets in life is that my parents are not alive to know that I am a promo code for dog food. The heights that I have reached. I'm just ribbing myself. I actually am proud of all these sponsors, as you probably know. I am with one of the most important people in the country, in my opinion, and fighting for the country. Alex Marlow, senior editor, editor in chief of Breitbart. The book came out yesterday. You should buy six copies. I'm really not kidding. I'm laughing because it's not realistic in most cases, but it's not a bad idea. Breaking Biden, exposing the hidden forces and secret money machine behind Joe Biden, his family and his administration. So I ended with two questions for you, Alex. I think he's a bad human being, and as I said, I've never said this. I didn't say it about Jimmy Carter. I didn't say it about Bill Clinton. I didn't say it about Barack Obama, the Democrats who were president during my career. I say it about very few people. That is my assessment. And the other is, do you think he wants to hurt the country or does he believe that everything he is doing is good for the country? Two different questions. Dennis, are we blowing through something, though? Is there breaking news? Are you updating your answer to, would you save your dog or a stranger who is drowning at the same time in proximity if you could only save one? Because if you're calling your dogs your kids now, if you're calling your dogs your kids, because you said my whole conversation about that question. You know what? I knew when I said it, Alex is cracking up and it bugged me. It did bug me that I came up with that. Okay. I do not regard my dogs as my kids. You're the last person who regards your dogs as kids, the last person, which is why I was saying that. That is right. That is exactly right. So back to your very serious questions. I don't think this answer will shock you, but like you, I'm wired not to think my political opponents are bad people. But everything, in terms of the evidence that I was able to go through while researching the book, does point to Joe Biden being a bad person. I can say that unequivocally and I'll cite a couple of examples, two that I'm sure are somewhat familiar to your audience, but one that they probably don't know, which is the most mind-blowing. The ones that they do know probably are that during the Afghanistan pullout when the Biden administration was responsible for droning a car filled with children and showed almost no remorse. There's almost no remorse, almost nothing done publicly. Literally, we accidentally droned a bunch of kids dead and we acted like it was no big deal collectively and Joe Biden, of course, did nothing to acknowledge that. The next one is the treatment of his granddaughter, Navy Joan, who the family ignored for four or five years until it was politically impossible for them to ignore it. This is a legitimate, biological, flesh and blood grandchild of Joe Biden, Hunter's child, and Joe was aware of this child and continued to brag about what a great-grandfather he was to his other six grandkids. He completely ignored this one child who was desperate for some attention. From him, who's getting bullied, his family was getting bullied, her life was terrible and it was all because of Hunter and Joe did nothing to help and Jill did nothing to help. Those are the ones you guys probably know, but the one that was the most shocking that I came across in the book, you have to read it to believe it. Joe famously, and this is one of the most tragic and humanizing moments of his life, lost his first wife and daughter in a horrific car crash between when he won his first Senate race and when he was sworn in. It's devastating. The entire country wept for Joe. Decades later, in 1999, Frank Biden, one of Joe's brothers, was driving around with another friend in California. Frank had his license suspended, so Frank, according to the story and they were witnesses, was operating the stick shift of a vehicle while this other guy, Jason Turton was his name, drove the car. They were going double the speed limit and they ran over a pedestrian and they killed the person.
Monitor Show 18:00 08-25-2023 18:00
"Star team. Did I leave anybody out? I hope not. If I did, I'm just going to say it takes a village every day, every week, and we so appreciate them. Catch our weekend show, Bloomberg Business Week, as I said, 8 a .m. on Bloomberg Radio and our podcast feed. Jess, thank you so much for always jumping in here. Always a pleasure. We appreciate it, really. And check out Jess's story. It's going to be on the Bloomberg over the weekend. That does it for Bloomberg Business Week. I'm Carol Master with Jess Mattingen for 10 Stenebeck, Wall Street Week with David Weston. It starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. The company a lot of us turn to for grocery shopping and delivery during pandemic lockdowns had to move beyond that when its growth started to fade. So now Instacart focuses more on the consumer data it collects that helps grocery stores sell more. Instacart saw revenue grow by nearly a third during the first half of this year. Now it's getting ready to go public and that process could start next month. The April explosion that destroyed a SpaceX rocket in Texas shortly after takeoff destroyed a lot of other things, too. It left concrete chunks strewn across tidal flats. Federal wildlife officials have questioned whether they were blocked from the site. Elon Musk is notoriously private about company doings. SpaceX isn't commenting. On Wall Street, investors focused on Federal Reserve Chair Jay Powell, saying today what he said for a while about raising interest rates that the central bank will move carefully. That led to gains of about three quarters to one percent. The Dow up two hundred forty seven. The Nasdaq one hundred twenty seven. The S &P twenty nine. Joan Doneger Bloomberg Radio. You heard the phrase the voice of experience. You're the guy that made the bet with Warren Buffett. I get that that might go on my tombstone. There's actually more than one of them. Writing on Star Wars was crazy fun. The voices of experience tell their stories on Masters in Business. When I got hired in twenty thirteen.
Monitor Show 14:00 08-13-2023 14:00
"After a period of time when the markets dropped 10 % because I think that'll show the value of a hedge fund portfolio. And what did he say? He said, no, no, this is part of the cat and mouse. He said, no, no, no, I think we need to announce this at the annual meeting. Right from the beginning. I was like, yeah, but this isn't a horse race. This is about investing. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. No big doorbuster deals on school supplies this year. Target is offering the same deal as last year, Walmart too, keeping school supply prices at last year's levels. But the National Retail Federation expects back to school spending will hit a record $41 .5 billion. Customer Growth Partners president Craig Johnson indicates there are some caveats. We like to say it's really a return to normal after the craziness over the last few years, but it's normal with a twist. The twist? We're still heavy up in terms of services versus goods. And the National Retail Federation indicates shoppers say they're comparing prices on more items, buying off brands. What are we shopping for? Johnson of Customer Growth Partners says what you'd expect. We're seeing a real footwear season. But we are willing to upgrade this year. The real star seems to be a turnaround in consumer electronics. Johnson says the back to school season is on track for a little more than a 4 % increase in sales, and that, he says, is a solid increase heading into the holiday shopping season. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg Radio. You're never completely ready to adopt a teen. For late nights writing English papers. Or your teen's music taste. For dinners, where they talk more on their phone than with you. For the first time, they call you mom.
A highlight from FULL INTERVIEW - Curtis Sliwa, Founder & CEO of Guardian Angels
"I gotta bring my buddy Curtis Sliwa in here, I guarantee he's got plenty to say about this because I've known Curtis for a long time, of course, years, years of friendship, founder of the Guardian Angels, host on 77WABC in New York City. And Curtis, it's been a long time my friend, good to catch up with you. Before we talk about the lunacy of the two billion dollars being handed out to failed teacher applicants, give me your reaction to this breaking story that President Trump, he says, is about to get indicted and arrested for a third time. Is this going to continue to show him soaring in the polls? Or is this the thing that's going to maybe take him out? Oh, no doubt, Mike, it'll make him the male version of Joan of Arc. They're putting him at the stake, they're trying to burn him and trying to isolate him. But as you know, amongst Trumpers, it just empowers him all the more. And you say, why now? Why the pileup? It started with Alvin Bragg, who won't even arrest and prosecute criminals. It started with that bogus case, the payoff supposedly for dollars for prostitution. And then it's just gotten it's accelerated more and more and more. And we know what it's meant to do. It's meant to put Trump on the sideline. Now, I happen to be one that doesn't want to relive the election in 2020 with Biden or Trump. But if the people want Donald Trump and if they want Joe Biden round two, then this is what they should be given. That's right. The people get to decide. And that's what they're trying to change. They're trying to take it out of the hands of the voters. And it is disgusting. Listen, I'm with you. I'm with whoever the people pick. I'm going to be a Republican supporting broadcaster. But at the end of the day, what we're witnessing to Donald Trump is disgraceful. And think I Americans, you ought to see the angry texts and calls we're getting. You're going to get them, too. And it's infuriating. Equally stunning is the news from New York City. Now, you were a mayoral candidate. You'd have been, by the way, a splendid mayor. It's why I contributed to your campaign. I love who you are and what you represent. I've often told my friends there's about five life stories, books, movies that can be made about the life of Curtis Sliwa, the founder of the Guardian Angels. So you know New York like the back of your hand. Can you please walk us through the funny farm, the insane asylum of New York giving almost $2 billion, making millionaires out of hundreds of people who happen to be black or Hispanic and took the teacher's exam and failed? Please, please shed some light on this crazy story. Well, it's hard for the course and why people continue to exit New York State and New York City in unprecedented numbers. It's the insanity of our elected officials, Governor Kathy Hochum, I call her Hochum, and Eric Adams. I call him the swagger man with no plan, mayor of the illegal aliens who just keeps encouraging illegals to come in. And we, the taxpayers of New York City, have to fund it. So now being dropped on us simultaneously is a lawsuit that none of us were aware of that's been going on since 1994 for about 20 years. You had a series of black and Hispanics who had failed the test to become a teacher in the public school system of New York. It's civil service. It doesn't look at your color. It looks at what was the mark that you got on your test. And they failed. And now all of a sudden, so many years later, rather than continue to fight the good fight and say not a nickel dime a penny, Corporation Council under Eric Adams, swagger man with no plan, has decided, hey, let's just pay it out. And you're going to have $1 .8 billion to be paid out to approximately 5 ,200 black and Hispanics who took the test and failed to qualify to become a New York City teacher. Now you need to know at that time, Mike, there were other black and Hispanics who took the test and passed. And by now they're tenured and they're right about at the point of retiring and going to Florida and enjoying their very generous pension system that they get from the public school system of New York City. So how is it some blacks and Hispanics were able to pass it and others were not, but the ones who couldn't are going to end up making windfall money that you couldn't make in Powerball or Lotto? I mean, this one guy they interviewed is going to get over $2 million. And he was shocked. And of course, he's ecstatic. And he bragged to the New York Post reporter how he failed the test a lot. So I guess failing a lot, the more you fail the test, Curtis, the more you make.
Joe Biden Embarrasses America Again at Prestigious Award Ceremony
"Did you hear him this week? At the podium? Honoring people at the national medals of arts and humanities event listen to this. I honored a group of trail of raising artists with national medals of arts and humanities. The group included groundbreaking Asian Americans like Vera Wang. And Joan, you know, my password. I think I pronounced it correctly. She can call me Joe bidden. You think you pronounced it correctly? I'm thinking you did not. I'm thinking you showed the world, you're incapable of being the leader of the free world.
Jill Biden, Not Joe, Will Attend the Coronation of King Charles III
"I quickly Joe Biden responded RSVP back about ten days ago that she would be attending the king's coronation. I think she's taking someone with her. I don't remember the name, but of course, like you said, he's not going. But she is representing the United States. Well, I don't wish her anything, but great feelings with that because we should have somebody there. It would be a very bad look given the unique relationship that we have with the UK for us not to have. But I think it should be our head of state. I think it should be, this is as important as the death of Queen Elizabeth. I mean, it's a once in a hundred year event. Thank you, Joan. Thanks for helping us. Again, the fact checking team at the Mike Gallagher show appreciate that.
Has Dan Bongino Signed His Life Away to Wife Paula?
"What am I signing right here I am you sure I'm not signing my life away Paula this is his trick she pulls Do I have to date it too I did So that's why he's 6 Paula does this thing folks He has his stunt while she's here associated I'm not talking about him behind my back She comes up by him on the air in a live radio show and asks me to sign documents and she's like oh yeah don't worry About like a bulletproof car whatever Meanwhile says at the top agreement to turn all of your assets over to Paula bongino No stipulations included She does this all the time I have no idea what I'm saying This is like the fourth time in the last and there's a note This is unbelievable Hello notary this is made by the unbelievable Notarized I gotta show my license and everything This is so hilarious I have no idea what I just saw He does this all the time And you know what here's the thing Jim She knows the time clock of the show She knows the time clock So she's like hold on We got a minute till he's back on the air Every time Yes I did not miss pantera I did not miss It was just a little bit of a delayed response So official pantera recognize her Is that Eric or Jeremy's Joan Jen right Eric I think it's our pantera recognizer I didn't miss it And Jim's funny right before we went back on the air Jim didn't want me to miss it So he said don't miss it just like the don't sniff them He said it whether he knows it or not and he exact Plato sniff them You have those sniff them He said it the exact same way I don't even think he did Don't sniff them Don't miss it Play it again Don't miss it That's really probably one more time That's what he said He did it the exact same way
Expelled Tennessee lawmakers both seeking seats again
"Two black lawmakers expelled from the Tennessee House of Representatives last week over a gun control protest say they hoped to be reappointed by county officials and then reelected. Ousted Nashville representative Justin Jones thinks his constituents are going to put him back in office. He says the expulsion was as much about resistance to diversity as it was about gun control. Our presence as young black voices for our constituencies, people who will not bow down, those who will not be conformed. That's what made put a target on us. Joan spoke on NBC's meet the press along with ousted Memphis lawmaker, Justin Pearson. It's about us not belonging in the institution because they are afraid of the changes that are happening in our society and the voices that are being elevated. Both say it's their constituents that wind up being silent. A special meeting of the Nashville metro council has been called. Jones could be reappointed. I'm Jackie Quinn.
Scott Couch: Latest Developments From Nashville School Shooting
"Of new developments? It seems like every few minutes we're learning something new, one of the things I continue to believe is morning is we've got some new definitive information about how the head mistress at this school Catherine coons came out of her office, left a Zoom call to confront the shooter and was shot down outside her office, one of the metro council and here who serves that district and the connection inside the school also law enforcement background, provided that information initially, it was backed up by the chief of women's challenge break saying that, yeah, by the way, her body was down in the hallway. It appears that she has another hero stepped up to put herself in between pure evil and the children at her school. And then just a little while before we were preparing to come on, I learned from my office that the actress, Melissa Joan Hart, who I believe was just been a number of things, but that's Sabrina, the teenage witch was going to national television shows, lives in the area. She had her husband over on their way for a conference at their children's school, not the school, but nearby. And were among those who helped children cross busy. As they emerged from the Woods, being led by school personnel to escape that shooter and it's just one thing after another. And then late last night, we learned that our own governor Bill Lee had a personal connection to this tiny school of just a little over 200 students. The substitute teacher, misses peak, who was just there for the day, turns out she's a very close friend, close personal friend of our First Lady in Tennessee, and was to have dinner with the governor and his wife after a home after subbing at the school that day. And just the transit is just stuck in the compound and the heartbreak and all the people with personal connections to it. These things impact a community for a lifetime.
Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss Allegations Against Them
"You see what's happened in the last 7 years, Joan Victoria. Well, let's talk about what you've experienced. You were targeted by the FBI. You would targeted by the DoJ in such a way that your client attorney privileges were trampled upon, and you found out as a result of a search warrant to take your electronic devices. That your information in a previous period, the year earlier. In secretly to have been secretly taken off the cloud. So your communications. They had all my have been taken. They already had all my attorney client privileges. What happened to the case again? So they were trying to find out what you and Rudy and others. That was for the time period, 2019, when Rudy and I were talking to whistleblowers in Ukraine. Oh, just the former prosecutor generals. You know, like an attorney general here. Yeah, the guy who's investigating. And his predecessor. We were talking to both of them about representation and we were going to fly to Ukraine to talk with them and meet with them to see if they want to representation. When we were told that there were threats against us. And you were accused of being in violation of the foreign agents registration. But I didn't have a quiet. But they couldn't even tell you who you were supposed to be representing. And then what happened to that accusation against you? Nothing to see here after 18 months. But, but with the statement that they do not choose to watch. At this time, we're not going to be no criminal charges at this point. At this time, which is Stalin ask. But they were trying to do, which is what the whole thing was designed to do was shut besides finding out what information Victoria and Rudy had against the bidens. They wanted to shut them up. To shut them up from not discussing anything publicly. And then when they found when they clearly knew right from the beginning, that there was no criminal law violation, they abuse the criminal law process in order to get access to more information. Once that didn't work, so they said, well, let's try to shut them up further. We'll inform the judge that we don't need we don't need a person anymore to review all the attorney client privilege information. So after we paid for it, and there are going to be no criminal charges at this time to make everybody think that there could be some later to shut everybody up. Well, people are not going to shut up. And they're not going to stop talking about this. And when it's appropriate, and when we get ourselves organized, there's going to be legal action against all the people who were involved in this. And
Dan Bongino's Love Affair With the Deadlift
"But one of the questions was about my love affair with the deadlift but I'll tell you one of the lessons I've learned in gosh now 30 plus years of being under this deal Is if you can do a force stretch at the bottom you got to be I mean it can be dangerous You got to be careful You could risk a tear if you're not ready for it You gotta be really really warmed up But say you're doing a bench press especially on those bench press machines where you can you know you can be a little more wide ranging with the range of motion because you don't have to worry about getting pinned underneath a bar If you hold that stretch position at the back and you're using a decent amount of weight I don't care how long you've been lifted You are going to be sore as the next day I woke up this morning And I don't really lift heavy anymore I'm 47 I don't know how much of the capacity to do that My nervous system just doesn't fire like it used to But man I woke up this morning with someone sitting on my chest I had this old Secret Service friend He's telling me that this thing this little being called Ken Jones My kid Joan What the hell can show him Long story short is it was the end of a trip and we were in Canada and we had had a few adult sodas and a bar at the end of the trip and we were getting ready to get on a flight the next day back to the New York field office the agent's name was John this guy right And he's like man he's like I'm feeling a little rough this morning Ken Jones got me I'm like who's Kim Jong He's like it's that cat that when you've had a couple too many drinks he beats you up at night and pees on your face and stuff And I'm like that's real I'm like he's like no it's not real You idiot That kid shown That's what I felt like this morning Kim Jong Gabi I was like damn my chest is killing me
"joan" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"I'm talking about that twin engine jet model where one of the engines is the board and one of the engines is the staff and that the board attends to its own business to make sure that it is high functioning. A high functioning board pays attention to how it can be high functioning. And does not simply follow the lead of the executive director. That's what I'm talking about here. So an ED is going to make a presentation at this board meeting. They are not going to repeat their board report. The ED should build, let's say 20 minutes of every board meeting into a presentation that ignites the board's why. It could be a presentation on new social media strategy. It could be reflections on several donor meetings, the executive director has had whatever it is should ignite my passion for the mission of the organization. I might even get some goosebumps and I leave a story. I can't wait to tell when I get home. Have you noticed that I have not mentioned the board reports that go out ahead of time yet? Okay, I'm going to mention them now. That's where all the report out stuff is. It's in that board packet. But what I want in that board packet is concise reports from staff with a front page summary. One page bullet points. And on that page, I want to know, if I'm a board member, what do I really need to know, absorb consider and think about as I read your report? I don't want a series of book reports. Tell me why your report matters. Don't assume I know. I'm busy. I have another job. Make these reports worth reading? Tell me as a board member, why I should care other than to know. I'm laughing because I have seen so many board report booklets where every single board report opens with. It's been a busy quarter. Well, I would like to know something other than how busy the staff has been. I don't want these reports to be so dense because they're sort of preemptive strikes so that I can't ask a single question because everything is in the report. And enough already with the board members don't read my board reports. To your job to make them worse reading, and I've always thought it would be really cool to actually give board members a quiz. On the contents of the board book. And I'm only half kidding. Maybe you could make it about 5 the typos or something. So that's a board meeting of a high functioning board. What are the takeaways? The board has its own work. The board has the underpinnings to be of legitimate value. The board is carefully curated. So the right people are at the table. And you now have a bigger army of leaders and ambassadors. That's what it looks like. And why does it matter? I think I hope you saw it in the board meeting. Three reasons. It matters because if you have a high functioning board, you are not flying solo. Secondly, careful recruitment gets the right people on the bus. Each of whom bring diverse perspectives leading to better, Richard decision making. And number three, diverse board members bring diverse spheres of influence more and different people. And board members taught to be storytellers, become enthusiastic ambassadors who are ready, willing, able and enthusiastic about getting out there and talking about the organization and inviting people to come closer to no more and do more. And when all of that is on point, you get more people and people equals power. Those to me are three big reasons why it matters to have a high functioning board. Partnership. The right people on the bus who help you make really great decisions and a policy full of diverse people, each of whom bring a different sphere of influence. So there are so many more people who can learn about this organization and have the joy and privilege of being connected to it. I'd say that's something to shoot for. Thanks for joining me. Thanks so much for spending time with me today. I hope you found the conversation valuable as you navigate the messy world of nonprofits. Check out all my other resources at Joan Gary dot com. Hope you find them helpful too. Lastly, thank you for the work you do to repair the world in ways larger scale. I'll see you next time..
AJ's Thoughts on Bob Saget's Unexpected Death
"It blew my mind to get the news tonight that bob died. I have a couple of stories about bob, really not really anything worth talking about. He dated a girl for a minute that I dated her for a minute and you know I met him at the mansion and she had told me a story one time where she was in his office at his TV show and she was much younger than he was like 18 years younger or some shit. And he was nervous the executives were going to see and he told her to get in the closet and hide and she told me that story and when I met him we had we hit it off at the mansion one night and I said you know I kind of hung out with a girl you dated. He goes, let me guess and he said the name is a that's her. I said does the story about you putting her in the closet town familiar? He goes, AJ, I wish I kept through in the closet. She's fucking nuts. I said, I know, and she was. I went out with her once and never saw her again. And then he proceeded to be as filthy as you could imagine a comedian ever could be. Bob Saget was so gifted at being filthy, better than most comics you've ever heard in your life. I'm not gonna lie and say we were friends. But I'm also not gonna sit here and act like it's no big deal that all these big names have gone in the first ten days of this new year. When we say Joan didion and Betty White at Sidney Poitier Peter that black Donovan and Bob Saget, I don't think one of them died of COVID. I'm sure some of them might have had it when they died, so let's get to hear those fucking bullshit excuses, but the point is, I don't know if I'm sacking to be a party. I don't know him to be a Coke user or a pill popper, but I will say this. With nothing out yet, he was 65, I'm 59. You can't do Coke this late in our life because bad things can happen. If it comes back if there's anything in his system, I will not be surprised. And I'll tell you why, not because I know him to be the kind of guy who would do that. I do not know him to be that kind of guy. Maybe it is youth, but not in the last 20 years.
"joan" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"I'm gonna put it and you know what they've both hosted us. L. is a true fact that i guess i can say now. Yeah okay all right more objects on shut up. I love it right. Yes that is true now. They share a lot those too. Yeah i want to be clear. I actually have again having like a reality background and work in reality tv. I actually have a lot of respect for kim kardashian though. I'm not afraid to make her the punchline of joke either But i think if i were to give rank them on a scale i would give kim seven with a lot of dollar signs by it and i would probably i give joan attend because i think she has. She has such a strong brand identity. That's actually based on something and not just You know the way the way. One looks although to sasha's point sometimes is based on the way she looks provider worse. That's okay this is all good. We're just we're just rotting corpses wading but awaiting i turn. Yeah very dark very dark. Turns on this podcast. Who a few times. But we're back. We're still living breathing. The air enjoying life and living in the moment for the most part andrea. So nice to have in this podcast. Would you tell us. What's where can the audience find you slash see you on the fines and seamy if you wanna follow me on twitter my handle there is andrea underscore m. l. I pretty much post everything. I'm up to the next thing that they can see that i've really done that's gonna come out doesn't come out until twenty twenty two but in twenty twenty two if you want to pick up a copy of the video game. Wwe to k twenty two. You can experience my writing if you can't wait until then on october thirtieth eight pm. I'm doing a live sketch. Comedy show called frendo wean. Lean at with a sketch group. Frendo at a outdoor venue called. Open the portal. We will be outside. We will be asking everyone to show us their vaccination cards and most importantly we will be having a good time With sketch comedy show and a halloween party afterwards..
"joan" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"It's that whole energy and putting it into like this pre show announcement always always gets me. It's kind of. It's a nice thing to say when you're that level of comedian where you're going to be digging in. It's kind of almost necessary to tell the audience. Hey just just go with it you know. Yeah and she's very she's so she's so like in that same special. Whatever opening jokes. she's like. I'm the best comedian. You can see the best act today in price range. I love that. I love that. She wasn't a above anything you know. I think that's i think that's what makes me like. Love her more than just like her work itself. You know 'cause she. She did write movies like she. Did you write books. She hosted stand up specials. Basically hose in directing a film. that didn't yup. Yup she she. She succeeded and she failed and then she also did stuff like again she. I was talking about in bed with joan just a little digital series. She sold things on. Qvc like nothing was too precious. Nothing was to like. Oh i'm not gonna do that. Which having yet. I think was like borne simultaneously. I mean it's hard not to do what you have to do to make money when you drastically need money. Like she did at some points in her career. But i also just love that sal. Because i think so. Many people in entertainment are very very precious about how they direct their energy. Which on one hand is important but if it comes from just like a spot of lake. I don't want people to look down on this like at the end of the day. You gotta do two things. You gotta put put bread on the table and you should probably have a good time doing it. And that's that's my goal as a person and as someone in the entertainment industry so like i really vibe with that sounds like a perfect time to move onto the ratings. Does this work all right. So we are gonna rate joan rivers on a scale of zero to ten using something else as a reference point so it can be another stand up comedian. It could be something else. Funny could even be a chocolate chip cookie so you could say hey. chocolate chip. cookies are innate outta ten. Joan rivers is a ten out of dan way better than chocolate chip cookies. And if that doesn't make sense i'll go first so i will rate joan rivers against another Aforementioned comedian who i love. Who's jokey joke Norm macdonald recently passed away. Love nor mcdonald would watch specials over and over again watches clips over and over again all throughout my life I'm gonna give him a ten out of ten joan rivers. I so like. I said she's somebody who i do really like before. This conversation really appreciated. It didn't really follow much of her apprentice or fashion police. Stuff more of old clips Just they do come up when you're looking at old rodney dangerfield clips nor mcdonald clips. If you go down the youtube rabbit hole. You're going to go to joan rivers as well. Joan rivers is eleven out of town more than nor norms norms. Pretty great too though..
"joan" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"I do like a lot of some of the old older comedians doing like like older styles. It's funny like joan has went on record saying that. Like she doesn't like people like phyllis diller I i know i love that. I love the old snappy. Like i said before like the one liner repartee because i cannot do it and i think it takes so much talent to do to really put a throwback in there i i really enjoy the smothers brothers. Ask comedians both in terms of their stand up but more so i fell in love with them watching their old lake. Was it sixties or seventies like tv. Show at i you know i grew up on i love lucy which is saying not a whole lot because if you grew up in america and had syndicated television you you probably watched those episodes back to back to back I don't watch a lot of stand up. That's current to be perfectly honest with you When i do watch. I what i do watch something that i enjoy like. I tend to enjoy it a lot. But it's so hard for me to like. Go through and pick out. Because i think kind of to your earlier point a lot of it does sound like like now you kind of have to be in the mood to make that sort of deal with the the comedian At least especially with the specials that have been coming out more so of late. Some of the bigger unnamed specials overall have definitely thought that way versus. Let me just laugh several times. A minute police one hundred percent and i don't mean to say that they're bad. I stand up. My personal is just my personal preference. Sometimes in what i find is easier to sit down to a lot of the times and you know some jokes are not going to be great. But because she's firing so many per per minute like a lot of them are going to be just hits but the The beauty of it. It's almost like the quantities is going to make quality. Come to the top and joan. i love. I love her energy to lake. The the energy of any comedian is so so important as saying like saying most super obvious thing but like she was always at like a like a twelve at least not just fire in them fast. But firing them big loud and bawdy and Even if you didn't like what she was saying all the time lake it was it was. It's hard to listen to some of her stand up and get either listened to stand up that often. But i would listen to hers because it would always put the in a in a pretty good mood Ingest get my energy up for whatever i was going into. Yeah i and. I love that style of comedy. I think rodney dangerfield. Even your nor.
"joan" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Or i'm thinking this guy supposed to be funny and he's looking nice so there's all those things i think. Plastic surgery can be one of those things that feels disconnected from comedy. In a way. Like oh you would have that lack of self reflection to go that deep but she acknowledged it so hard that you can't even say that like i think she really owned it so much that a none of those things real whatever. Yeah she would make forever. Yeah plastic surgery quicker than anybody. Yeah i mean. I think the plastic surgery definitely like growing up was was something that contributed to you. Know what people tell me. Their impressions of her was. And i think like growing up to like i was like i was very firmly in the like. Oh yeah you shouldn't do. Plastic surgery like appraisers off. Now i could not care less lake. I'm very firmly in the like. Do what you. what camp do it. Don't do it tell people about it. Don't tell people about it. You know we're all gonna die and decompose so and nothing matters so. And but i do think about it in the context of not like. Oh what drove her to do it. Because i don't wanna put like a negative connotation on like the act of plastic surgery itself but like to have that sort of pressure on her i. I can't imagine that you know her decision to get so much work. Work done was not in some way impacted by you know the pressures of being a woman in this world and especially in that time. And i'm not even saying like that. Drove her to do it. But i don't think you can have those those conversations separately there so quickly linked in my mind but i absolutely especially because you mentioned something that i think of all the time that we're all gonna die and decompose with the next eighty years. Maybe sooner i definitely something i think about a lot. But it's almost makes you like also the other side of it like defense. Like i wanted to say. Defend the side of then. Don't be an example of sitting maybe example of giving in to the pressure or trying to be someone who you think you are not because he trying to be better than who you are or it's almost like speaks against like her plastic surgery. Alf that she's done to herself. Almost to me speaks like against who. She is in the big in the big way to me personally because if she owned herself that well then owning plastic surgery almost like rejecting yourself at the same time. But that's that's maybe like another layer that We don't have to go so deep. But i'm just agreeing with you that everybody's free to do what they but at the same time we also by making choices affect other people around us chair for sure i could see. I think that's more of a conversation that people have now than they did when she first started getting plastic surgery which i think thirty or forty years ago. Perhaps at this point you know we are a little bit more into like our actions affect society as a whole on a personal level and entertainment Andrea this might put you on the spot too much so you can think about it but do you have like a top. Three comedians I'm sure joan rivers might be number one or in there and that could either be stand up or otherwise But people like john is that do you have a that handy at all. I heard in the neighborhood of joan rivers. you know. it's interesting. Because i i like a lot of lake..
"joan" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"They might just see her as. Oh this is just the reality show woman. And i like the magic johnson for example. Let me connect the to this. I didn't grow up like the magic johnson basketball era or just like even in knowing basketball. I grew up when magic johnson started hosting late night. Show so for me. I never knew magic. Johnson does like connections of this heroic basketball player. I know magic. Johnson is a punchline and a late night show host. You know very Tragic punchline but so it's kinda that same situation where i think a lot of people they just grew up with her now like. Oh yeah she was on that show or this and they haven't looked into like how just absurdly funny. She is because i even think fashion police. She's hilarious but it seems to be in this Scope that people could really minimize. She's just someone who's bitchy about fashion. Yeah well she's playing to the room. Which i think you know the more the more that i've looked at some of her work like the more i see. That is a strength as opposed to a shortcoming but totally understand how people can see it that way because again like she's she's just basically yelling at people about fashion and says some very funny things Some stuff that wouldn't be out of place in her her stand up act in some stuff that is definitely like made for the reality television environment like her even among the reality series she did faction police which counts as kind of a little reality. Talk format sort of style Joan and melissa the apprentice even there is this great little digital series. She did called in bed with joan that she just put out on youtube for for all. I don't think it went anywhere where she sat in bed and she interviewed like her celebrity comedian friends in more of like a real style. Format occasionally obviously like plans. We're gonna do this. X y and z but it wasn't like scripted scripted She has a little something different to the table. For every one of those like different flavors of joan rivers and i think it's just deciding what flavor you might be more interested in and i acknowledged like the fashion police. Joan rivers is not for everyone but she knows what audience she's playing to she..
"joan" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"So i can't i wouldn't even if i tried but i did hear about her quite a bit and the year of our jesus lord two thousand nine when she was on celebrity apprentice with show. We know who do not need. We do not say his name and my husband now but at the time very like fresh boyfriend like very fresh boyfriend right out the gate. He was a camera man on celebrity apprentice and so he secret he has a secret secrets about the one who we shall not name about being very aggressive to people who would touch his tie like picks into thai like the sound the mike person and then the one just to just to just to mention him and never talked about him again for the rest of my life and we've brought up as a gas. He'll never right right well so he would make people wear gloves if there were to touch his person because he was afraid of like human oil especially on he's like expensive ties. Whatever bad person but joan rivers was apparently super funny super. Nice everybody from like a pa to everybody around her but also very aggressive when people were not being good to her or anybody so like if shitty reality producer which a lot of them are described as shitty like not all reality producer. So don't you know. I know quite a few very nice people. But sometimes we all producers can be kind of hacky and down manipulative and so i guess at some point. She was very hungry waiting in the limo with her driver With her chauffeur and waiting for her food and the guy. The routed producer finally handed her. Hit this food. that has been waiting for. She opened up. She said fuck. You does his garbage and threw it in his face and said let's drive like let's go and they just draw lots of times. She really hated Any duke whom she won like that was a big round. The share to win any duke. Which is this famous female poker player who she Joan rivers went up against and apparently any was an evil person to everybody. On the set people hated her everybody the whole crew and so it was very big moment. When joan rivers one and j almost caught on camera any duke flipping off with the corner of his eye flipping off joan rivers and he like pan the camera and man josh. That would have been such a great piece of news. But i remember remember dating him. I was in new york. I was in new york still and he would like tell me about like he would tell me because i knew like off her. Listen to her. Stand up but i knew of her and he was like she's really cool fun and nice and when the mike guy would fixed the mike on her she'd be like all get in there like put it in like grab them like sh- i would've i could only wish for young men lake you like doing her. Joan rivers stuff so that is a long winded way to tell you how familiar i am with her persona deeply and very good and andrea. When did you grow your love for joan rivers. Start as a kid or later you know. It's funny sasha that you have that connection your husband. Because i actually. I kind of became aware of her through celebrity apprentice as well. My entry point. Which is you know backwards from everything that she's mostly love for is through celebrity apprentice and also her reality show joan and melissa..
It's Hilarious That Rachel Maddow Suddenly Cares About Free Speech
"One piece of irony though I have seen about this You remember Russia Rachel maddow MSNBC host She spent three years of our lives lying to everyone about this fake collusion hoax and she's very smart She's a Rhodes scholar I believe She knew she was lying and she lied anyway on the air She told this Russian collusion fairytale over three years She had to know she was lying She's not stupid because the alternative is that she was dumb and fell for this first grade level hoax that any idiot and some young kid could have figured out But Rachel maddow ironically was complaining on her Twitter account I find this to be ironic and kind of hilarious She's complaining to Google because Google it's alleged that according to a New York Times story that Google did Vladimir Putin's bidding and blocked anti Kremlin content as voting in Russia and their national elections started up So Rachel maddow is all upset about that You know Google interfering in free speech which is tragically hilarious because it was Rachel maddow and others who were pushing the collusion hoax while her leftist buddies she adores were pushing censorship on conservatives like me and elsewhere who warned people like Rachel maddow for years that she was propagating a hoax And she didn't have now all of a sudden She's into free speech when it's Russia That is hilarious Hilarious that she's all of a sudden a warrior The Joan of Arc of free speech That's a good
Netflix Wins Big at the Emmys
"The emmys were last night and netflix. Dominated the show we look at what series one and wide net flicks is the king of tv right now. I'm oscar gonzales filling in for roger. Chang and this is your daily charge. Joining us is seen at senior reporter. Joe salzman welcome joan. Thank you all right. Well let's break down the show last night be who are the big winners in and one who who won. Let's put it that way. Well we're talking networks slash service. Netflix As you noted was the true winner of last night it one more emmys than any other network at one more enemies than the next two companies combined and it was the first time in years that hit that it outright beat. Hbo and the number of wins at tied. Hbo once in two thousand eighteen but really hbo has been the king of any statues perennially for for years. It was also the most emmy wins that any net tied cbs way back in the pre Streaming pre cable dominance era. Cbs one forty four emmys in one ear. And that's the most up until the only network. That's one that many up. Until this point. So in terms of the companies i wanna flex was was clearly out ahead and then partly. That was because of some of netflix is shows the crown one At tied with the queen's gambit for the most emmys first single program they both want eleven and then among others you know there are a lot of standouts from scrappy your upstarts from apple d. Plus for example ted lasso. They're sort of sports workplace. Fish out of water comedy series won seven awards total Including big awards for comedy series and three acting awards last night so it was a big night for streaming services and a big night for some Buzzy rituals that may be people hadn't heard of before
"joan" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"Is magic because one of the fun things we do is we say everything in music. So come into the circle is in a circle in a circle in a circle right now, and if you start if a teacher starts saying, come on kids, it's time to go in the circle. It's time. Come on, please. Getting louder and louder. And what happens is as soon as you hear, all the kids go scrambling into the circle. It almost feels they're just music engages more than words. Maybe it's because it's exceptional more exceptional for the children. Live music engages. In the case of that family whose children are interrupting what happens when children are making music together is they begin they like the sound of the piece they're making. So if their job in the piece is to play this. All on a xylophone, they're watching what's going on, but they're not going to leave their dose so on the xylophone because it's sounding so good. And they get very excited about how this is sounding how this is working. I just had an amazing thought and memory. Joan, I wrote this blog post a while ago, and it was how to deal with the troublemaker. You guys know I'm going to put the link in the show notes. But Janet, we've been doing this podcast for a long time and you know that my youngest son, Sam, he's now 15. He is not what you would think of as a musical kid in that that's not his thing. He's 15, his thing at this point is mowing lawns, dirt bikes and motors. That's his thing. And when he was a kid in school, he hated music class, and he got in trouble in music class, all the time, right? Well, he's bored. Exactly, because he was bored. But this one time the teacher gave him the very important job in a piece. And I don't even remember what the piece was, but it was the xylophone. And he had to do a certain thing at a certain time. And I went to that concert. And he took it so seriously, because for one, he had a job and he was entrusted with it. And the other thing that I think sometimes happens in our schools, especially, it's the good kids that get picked out to do the things like that. It's the ones who listen. It's the ones who are not causing trouble. Whereas this teacher took some of the troublemakers quote unquote gave them a job engaged them by definition, they had to listen, because he didn't want to not play it at the right time. So he had to listen, focus..
"joan" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"So teachers aren't feeling empowered. Parents aren't feeling empowered. And they're missing this incredible window in which Janet is you began the beginning you were talking about this supercharging you can do with your child. At this point, we have so many serious neuroscientific studies that are pointing to the immense number of things that music helps children with notably focus attention, intuition. All these things that are considered actually even more important than IQ. So I feel like one of the reasons that we're not doing it enough is first of all because it's not new. You know, we like new things. Yes. That is a very human tendency, especially technologically driven society and frankly if it's available to everybody Joan, we can't make a lot of money off of it. So, but, you know, that's obviously not the point. We all agree that at this point it's kind of like climate change. You want to make money out of it or do you want to save people? And given the given the level of children with ADHD problems, focusing in this sort of zap generation of their parents, they see their parents on smartphones all the time. It has its consequences. We see a huge increase in attention problems in school. Girls and voice combined. Yeah. You know, Janet, you know that I am all about easy. I have four kids, anything that can hit multiple things at once is way better than one at a time interventions because I don't have time for all of that. So when I read your book and you were pointing out, you know, music, it helps us develop physically through moving to music and being part of music. We're developing the vestibular system, which is part of our ear, which I had just learned a week previous to reading your book is so important for being able to focus on the written word and reading and developing empathy, focus listening..
"joan" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"When you come in, you play. They sing. So it's just because we've been working with them on it. And so interesting to me, I come to your book. We all bring our own background to whatever we read, whatever we watch. And I think that's interesting in and of itself. I come to your book with 7 and a half years experience homeschooling my kids. We opted out of the school school system and part of it ended up being because it seemed so developmentally inappropriate. You talk in your book with music. It is a very physical, emotional visceral. All of those things at once, children learn music best according to your book and your experience by being part of it by moving with it by discovering it. Which, I mean, Janna, you've worked with little kids your entire career, too. That is how little kids learn. They learn by doing, they don't learn, like you said, Joan, just putting on a recording of Mozart, that's really not going to do anything to advance your child. And it doesn't even have to be about advancing your child. We're talking about developing as humans. Well, and I think, too, I love what you said, Joan about participatory. And that we may be when we were kids a little bit of that spontaneousness improvisation was kind of trained out of us because, you know, you had your piano lessons and then you went to choir and then you turned on the radio and maybe you danced, but maybe you didn't because you're a little shy so you didn't dance. And having kids then is that opportunity then to be silly as young children, but then I think we also get into a place elementary middle school that it becomes then, as you said, you know, Saturday music class, or you, you know, practice your band instrument. And it's separated out and I'm thinking of these other cultures that you're talking about where it is a constant. It's always around and you're always, you know, moving to the beat. And you don't worry about, oh, I can't sing on pitch or oh, I have a terrible voice, you know? That just doesn't even enter the equation. Absolutely. And you both had children. A child is only engaged when they are participating. Right. So and they do, I think one of the first things that got me very curious about understanding the brain was when I saw an 18 month old little girl really doing this kind of booty dance at a concert when another child was playing a jazz tune. And I thought, what's happening? Why is she having this spot on? She's interpreting the music. She's choreographing what she's hearing, and she's spot on. And at first I thought her parents must listen to a lot of jazz. So I went to them afterwards and they were very embarrassed and I think they probably don't ever listen to music at all. So I became fascinated with what is this? What's happening in this baby's brain that's making her translate instantly music.
"joan" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"Is plural. I write for forbes so you can find me if you put in joan michelson forums all pop up instantly. I'm on linked in very google. And i'm sure that they can find me through you through your platforms. Because they'll see me there and they'll see the spelling of my name. Or what have you and please anybody who is aw an listener and the audience if you reach out to me. I'm on twitter. I'm on facebook. I'm pretty ubiquitous. Cleese mentioned that you heard me or saw me on obt and give a shout out to car. Let out on the deer so kind joan. We have many more conversations to expand upon. We want to thank you for taking the time. And we wanna thank you for being a woman. That is empowering other women. You are a true cheerleader to all of us. Thank you indeed joan michaelson. Everybody she is an award winning business and communications leader. Look her up. We wanna thank joan michelson. You see women. Like joan speak to possibility anytime you can multitask and do various different things and find what you love. That's really how you find your passion so many people stay stuck you know. I was reading a meditation this morning. And it was talking about really sort of wearing the world like a loose garment. Sometimes we take ourselves and our situation so seriously that we are locked into the things that we know and that we understand and we don't leave room for anything else because we don't think it's possible we look around ourselves and we see what others are doing and we think it's only possible for them and if you really believe that lie that is the first thing that is holding you back yourself. Most of us can't get out of our own way to find out what else is in us and so ultimately we just do what we've always done and when we do what we always done. We get what we always get. There's not room for anything different. And i'd like jones said you know she's the righteous took the leap. The company liked my skill set. They didn't think that. I necessarily needed to know how to do the job but what they understood was her capability in her capacity to do the job. So many people stay on jobs.
"joan" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"If you do whatever we say at the end of the show end of the show. I mean this is legit. No catch if you're looking to make a one hundred dollars today you will if you do what we ask you to do. At the end of the show today so We talks online. All you gotta do is listen to this amazing human being joan to the end and then we will tell you how to get that hundred bucks. The turned the okay. We got that out of the way hundred dollars on the line. People hundred dollars on the line but now let's focus on joan. Yeah joan melinda's amazing human. We want we want to get to know your first. We ask people this question. What does biz forgive me to you. Why does it mean something to you. Win in your life did it become. When did you find your world your passion your whatever you whatever that means to you joe. Yes yes thank you. So my world came into fruition. When i was in my late teens Seeing how You know getting people ready for hospital admissions and then seeing this lovely man Mccoo had Needed surgery but could have been postponed for a little bit It didn't need to be you know that day or the next day. Because he had to be medically cleared for surgery he had fallen broken his hip. So i saw this lovely man Die as a result of Not waiting for the proper time For his surgery and it's all about communication For patients and for the providers. So that's how. I got started in the medical side of really trying to bridge that that understanding and knowledge and being that patient advocates and also nurse advocate To make sure that the nurses knew what they were using in the operating room and how it could affect a patient's outcome so you said you were told you were sixty one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and you were a nurse at the timer you were. I was going through my training as a medical assistant..
"joan" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"Joan was chosen above all others to lead france into a bright an uncertain future under the rightful kingship. Such a fantasy was a luxury that could not be afforded by the fien before joan arrived and presented a solution. That was nothing short of a miracle. Joan had the uncanny ability to be able to convince those who are not easily swayed to believe in her the strong and steadfast way joan held in her beliefs inspired a genuine confidence and inspiration and others that was almost palpable believing in oneself. In those days as a woman as side or what had been told or taught to you was almost a cardinal sin. Joan presented herself to be exactly what she was exactly what she'd always been from the very beginning a young girl that had been chosen by the divine to lead the people of her land to triumph victory and peace. The english at this point had grown to be a devilish force. And like i said before. This story sounds like one out of a fairytale. Not the historical account of the birth of a nation yet. These are the events that brought joan to the battle of orleans in the next episode. We're going to go into little more detail into exactly what transpired during the battle orleans again. Though joan was illiterate she spoke with a natural power and eloquence. That is not often found in a girl of her age. So many lovely quotes from joan. But i'll leave you to ponder this one before i head off into the jobs one life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living in iraq. Feis what you are into live without belief. That is a fate more terrible than dying. You can follow. Made a medal at made of metal podcasts on instagram and on our website made of metal podcasts dot com as we are fairly new. We're in the process of setting up more socials as well as a patriarch offer. More cool content bonus episodes and live chat with me to our listeners. I love to share knowledge. And i love to help people and i want this platform to be space where we can all do that with each other. All working together until next time bloom where you're planted..
"joan" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"It took the dolphin two full days before he accepted jones request for an audience. What joan didn't know that over the two days. The dolphin had devised a plan to test. Jones claim supernatural abilities. Knowing what joan would expect the dough. Phen- would hide himself among the crowd of peasants and place an impostor upon his throne. After entering the chamber to approach the throne. Joan again immediately turned her attention to identify the dough fien within the crown in similar fashion as she had identified the captain after previous garrison. In both instances joan had no prior knowledge of what these individuals looked like again. Joan had proven herself without effort. John was interrogated at length by the doe fiends. relatives allies and religious advisers. After several lengthy in tedious interrogation jones still displayed her usual incredible for food. Unfortunately joan was illiterate but she still had time to dictate of defiance to the english advising them that they could surrender now to avoid further hardships. She was able to convince the dolphins cohorts that she was a worthy resource. In the fight for france this would be the last obstacle before jones infamous battle of only on. This should also be framed in the perspective that the kingdom was so desperate for a strategy. They were willing to give an ear to the ravings of a lunatic by today's standards. It's important to note. Joan wasn't in evangelists. I feel like. I really have to cement that point as she does have strong religious beliefs convictions. But she wasn't an evangelist. She didn't go around forcing her beliefs onto others. Jones said there is not a day. When i do not hear this voice and i have much need of it but never have asked of it any recompense but the salvation of my soul jones journey has already proven arduous riddled with obstacles in nonbelievers who immediately doubted her forcing her to prove her case at every turn. But it's important not to forget again. Joan trekked on was it from the supernatural spiritual strength or heavenly forces or was it jones. Pure will her pure belief in herself. That was propelling. Her forward after joan proved her loyalty to the crown. The dough phen- provided her a military household to accompany her into battle. She was also joined by her two brothers. John and pierre the next step was the question of jones armory joan requested to have her standard painted with an image of christ and a banner. Bearing the name of jesus in here comes another wonderful too. That i'll go into a bit more into a bonus episode when question about what sore joan would use. She replied that the voices had instructed. Her one would be found buried behind an altar in a church. This church was dedicated to one of the saints. That joan claimed was speaking to her. I think it goes without saying joan. Found the sword in the exact location. She said it would be buried beneath a church. It was a relic. As the story progresses. You become enraptured. In both the natural and supernatural aspects. That are so entangled in jones story..
"joan" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"To highlight that. This story is not about religion. It is more so focused on staying true in believing in yourself when nobody else believes in you and that will be made even more apparent as the story continues those the words of a thirteen year old girl who was on trial for her life jones story is dotted with inexplicable supernatural instances that cannot objectively be dismissed so many years later and so setting out on the guidance of her divine messengers. Joan left her home to visit a nearby uncle. Who just happened to be nearby to garrison. Fifth garrison located vocal air was owned by the doe. Phen- joan wanted to request an audience with the captain of the garrison. So joan began. Her journey upon her arrival vocal. Air joan claim to immediately recognize the captain whom she'd never seen before because the voices guided her so her objective was to receive permission from the captain to travel to meet the dough. Phen- make her case fighting in the war for his honor and rightful title. As the king of france after initially meeting the captain in pleading her case as can be expected joan was promptly turned away. Putting yourself in the captain shoes. How do you receive a thirteen year. Old girl that claimed she was hearing voices from celestial beings joan confidently and without hesitation declared herself the savior france. She made it clear that she needed to ride into battle. In the king's honor her a thirteen year old girl at being turned away. Joan did not immediately leave and decided it was over and done with no joan. Ben returned to the garrison to again plead her case and prove herself to the captain to do this. Joan made a bold statement. She predicted the outcome of a battle in a completely different location that she had zero. Prior knowledge or connection to jones. Prediction was made several days before it was confirmed by a messenger directly from the battlefield after proving herself true to her word and further investigation by the captain. Joan was genuine in convincing enough that the captain granted her an armed guard escort to meet the dough. Feen and so. It began jones prolific march. Two or leon. Jones traveled for eleven days across contested enemy territory to eventually reach her destination at hsun on to speak with the doe theme similar to her previous directness with the captain upon her arrival to the castle joan immediately requested an audience with the dolphin. The dough fien. Who'd been aware of the permission granted by his captain was still unsure about receiving joan. In a short time. John had developed a bit of notoriety. I mean this girl was going. Around claiming to be the saviour france when they are literally in the middle of a war that is seemingly unwinnable at.
"joan" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Who are taking selfies of themselves with her. Because she has recreated herself as the rap artist mommy d and it is mommy d who then launches into her song bitch. Selfie eight make you know movies star in which she takes down pretty much every institution that purports to have us believe what they tell us in our culture today. Are you seriously like concerned that you know in terms of like entertainment or storytelling or culture in our society that we're sort of losing ourselves in the superficiality of wealth and glamour and and not actually sharing ideas and stories with each other. Well i think that miss crawford says in the book it's kinda like social media in reality. Celebrity have kind of become like and fast food were when they first came out. Everybody thought they were great ideas and you know look at the resulting health pile up at the bottom of that american hill. Social media seems to be like fast food and that we instantly consume it. Reality celebrity is the same thing. It's just like sugar. You're eating sugar. But you're really not getting anything meaningful out of any of it. So i would answer your question. Yes well the thing that i find interesting. Is you think that joan is fascinated by the crash into really just used social media all the time but she hates somebody like like who was an actress whose time appeared in a ton of films. Is that coming from a place of jealousy or wait is it is clearly coming from a place of jealousy and When miss crawford returns to earth to the two terms of her probation to get into hollywood heaven she first appears in times square under the marquee for yet. Another god damn movie. Starring jennifer aniston starring in quotation marks is clearly jealousy and joan also issues. A word of caution. Thomas aniston when she says things change and you may not always be the category winner for leading. Tv actress sustaining the same perky figure in eighteen unrelated. Goddamn films produced in the same year. So yes it's jealousy and joan also in this book. She doesn't like share. Says you can sing okay. But she's a terrible dancer. What's her why does she have a beef with share. Well for a couple of things everybody knows. Joan was a great dancer and she feels that share sort of stole jones. Butch strut and share stole jones. Butch and that alpha mildred pierce to moonstruck. Yes exactly snap out of it. And in fact june Well i could..
"joan" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Are taking selfies of themselves with her. Because she has recreated herself as the rap artist mommy d and it is mommy d who then launches into her song bitch. Selfie eight make you know movies star in which she takes down pretty much every institution that purports to have us believe what they tell us in our culture today. Are you seriously like concerned that you know in terms of like entertainment or storytelling or culture in our society that we're sort of losing ourselves in the superficiality of wealth and glamour and and not actually sharing ideas and stories with each other. Well i think that miss crawford says in the book it's kinda like social media in reality. Celebrity have kind of become like and fast food were when they first came out. Everybody thought they were great ideas and you know look at the resulting health pile up at the bottom of that american hill. Social media seems to be like fast food and that we instantly consume it. Reality celebrity is the same thing. It's just like sugar. You're eating sugar. But you're really not getting anything meaningful out of any of it. So i would answer your question. Yes well the thing that i find interesting so you think that joan is fascinated by the crash into really just used social media all the time but she hates somebody like jennifer aniston. Who was an actress whose time appeared in a ton of films. Is that coming from a place of jealousy or wait is it is clearly coming from a place of jealousy and When miss crawford returns to earth to the two terms of her probation to get into hollywood heaven she first appears in times square under the marquee for yet. Another god damn movie. Starring jennifer aniston starring in quotation marks is clearly jealousy and joan also issues. A word of caution. Thomas aniston when she says things change and you may not always be the category winner for leading. Tv actress sustaining the same perky figure in eighteen unrelated. Goddamn films produced in the same year. So yes it's jealousy and joan also in this book. She doesn't like share. Says you can sing okay. But she's a terrible dancer. What's her why does she have a beef with share. Well for a couple of things everybody knows. Joan was a great dancer and she feels that share sort of stole jones. Butch strut and share stole jones butch slap and that alpha mildred pierce to moonstruck. Yes snap out of it. And in fact june Well i could. But joan presents a song within the section called show ponies slash phonies and her song is if i could turn back i mean find the time i was the first share. And she basically breaks share down you know and says she had bob macky and sonny bono on her side. So what could i do. I'm no crybaby no boohoo. Joan does think that she thinks sharon needs to man up and you know acknowledged that she got a lot of her moves from joan. Didn't joan crawford actually have seal demille on her side of and gm and it's important time. I mean there's all these great photo poison but certainly like. I think that she had access to much bigger and more legendary. I mean not to say bob. Macky is not a legendary person in entertainment. But you've seen the movie if you want to start boxing ms crawford logic..